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Easter Sunday bomb attacks kill more than 200 at Sri Lankan churches, hotels
Sri Lanka Church Blasts

The death toll from a series of Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka now exceeds 200, according to police and local media. Thirteen suspects have been arrested.


Teens arrested in slaying of Northern Ireland journalist released without charge
Britain Northern Ireland Journalist Killed

Police in Northern Ireland on Sunday released without charge two teenagers arrested in relation to the killing of a journalist during a riot in Londonderry, also known as Derry.


Ukraine's Poroshenko concedes defeat to comedian rival Zelenskiy in presidential vote
Zelenskiy Poroshenko

A comedian whose only political experience consists of playing a president on TV appeared poised to reprise the role in real life when an exit poll showed him winning Ukraine's presidential runoff Sunday in a landslide.


At least 17 killed in Colombia landslide
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At least 17 people have been killed and five injured in a landslide in the southwestern Colombian province of Cauca, the country's disaster relief agency said on Sunday.


Explosions in Libya capital follow late-night airstrike
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Explosions shook the Libyan capital Tripoli following a late-night airstrike, residents said, in an escalation of a two-week offensive by eastern forces on the city held by the internationally recognized government.


FBI arrests leader of armed militia stopping migrants at U.S.-Mexico border
Central America US Aid

The FBI on Saturday said it had arrested Larry Hopkins, the leader of an armed group that has been stopping migrants who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border in New Mexico.


Over 100 citizens return to Kosovo following ISIS collapse in Syria
KOSOVO CONFLICT SYRIA REPATRIATION

Kosovo brought back 110 of its citizens from Syria on Saturday, including jihadists who had gone to fight in the country's civil war and 74 children, the government said.


Dad saved toddler from dingo attack in Australia, say rescuers
Lifestyles Killer Dogs

Rescue personnel say a man fought off several dingoes to save his 14-month-old son from one of the wild dogs that was dragging the boy from their camper van on an Australian island.


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After Notre Dame Fire, Parisians Mark Easter Elsewhere
Parisians and visitors from around the world mark Easter days after part of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral burned.
Human Rights Activist Shannon Sedgwick Davis On New Book, 'To Stop A Warlord'
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with human rights activist Shannon Sedgwick Davis, author of
Sri Lanka Attacks 'A Sad Day For A Country Trying To Overcome' Civil War Past
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Alaina Teplitz, United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, to better understand the attacks that took place in Sri Lanka.
Photos: Easter Services Around The World
Christians gathered Sunday to mark the the end of Holy Week and celebrate Easter. Pope Francis addressed a crowd of nearly 70,000 people at St. Peter's Square and denounced the violence in Sri Lanka.
'Complete Chaos': Attacks Devastate Sri Lanka, Leave More Than 200 Dead
More than 200 people have been killed in coordinated bombings across Sri Lanka. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro gets the latest on the ground in Colombo from journalist Lisa Fuller.
For Mongolia's Ice Shooters, Warmer Winters Mean A Shorter Sports Season
This season's final competition, originally scheduled for mid-March, had to be bumped up by two weeks. "The river was already melting," the town's mayor explained.
At Least 130 Killed, Hundreds Injured In Sri Lanka Bombings
At least 130 people have been killed in coordinated bombings in Sri Lanka that targeted luxury hotels and churches, as people gathered for Easter services.
After The Flames, Notre Dame's Centuries-Old Organ May Never Be The Same Again
Chief organist Olivier Latry looks ahead at the church's extensive renovation process after the Notre Dame cathedral fire on April 15.
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Factbox: Incoming Japanese emperor's life filled with breaks from tradition
Crown Prince Naruhito, set to become Japan's emperor on May 1, is known as an earnest, studious man who wooed and won his ex-diplomat wife, Crown Princess Masako, with a pledge to protect her.
Landslide in southwestern Colombia kills 17
Seventeen people have been killed and five injured in a landslide in the southwestern Colombian province of Cauca, the country's disaster relief agency said on Sunday.
U.S. to announce end to sanctions waivers for Iran oil imports: Washington Post
The United States is preparing to announce on Monday that all importers of Iranian oil will have to end their imports shortly or be subject to U.S. sanctions, a Washington Post columnist reported on Sunday.
Bombs kill more than 200 in Sri Lankan churches, hotels on Easter Sunday
More than 200 people were killed and at least 450 injured in bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, the first major attack on the Indian Ocean island since the end of a civil war
Macedonian pro-Western, nationalist candidates tied in presidential vote
Macedonia's pro-Western candidate, Stevo Pendarovski, and his main rival Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova emerged tied in the first round of presidential vote dominated by deep divisions over a change of the country's name to North Mac
Spain's Socialists increase their electoral advantage: poll
Spain's Socialists increased their lead in a poll published on Monday in newspaper ABC that gave them 31.5 percent of votes, but fell short of a majority ahead of a general election on April 28.
Four killed in failed attack on Saudi state security building
Four alleged Islamic State militants were killed on Sunday when authorities thwarted an attack on a state security building in Saudi Arabia's central Riyadh province, authorities told state media.
Comedian Zelenskiy wins Ukrainian presidential race by landslide: exit polls
Ukraine entered uncharted political waters on Sunday after exit polls showed a comedian with no political experience and few detailed policies had easily won enough votes to become the next president of a country at war.
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Sri Lanka Bombings Live Updates: Police Warned That Churches Were Targets
Multiple explosions killed more than 200 people at churches and across the country. Thirteen people have been arrested.
Sri Lanka Suicide Bombings Targeting Christians Kill Hundreds
The bombings shattered the relative calm of the once war-ravaged island nation amid a rise of religious extremism in South Asia.
The Interpreter: Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media, Fearing More Violence
Sri Lankan officials have a troubled relationship with social media. They have seen firsthand how quickly online hate can turn into deadly violence.
Religious Minorities Across Asia Suffer Amid Surge in Sectarian Politics
The bombings of three churches in Sri Lanka highlighted the growing vulnerability of religious minorities across Asia, from Christians in Hindu-majority India to Muslims in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.
For Sri Lanka, a Long History of Violence
The small island nation is famous for its beauty, but also for a brutal three-decade civil war and sectarian tensions that still simmer.
Sri Lanka Photos: Destruction and Despair on a Christian Day of Worship
Images of the churches that were attacked showed smashed pews, broken statues and charred beams. Windows, floors and ceilings were blown out at the hotels.
What We Know and Don’t Know About the Sri Lanka Bombings
Coordinated attacks killed more than 200 people in churches, the largest targeted assault on South Asian Christians in recent memory.
For Palestinian Families, ‘No Light at the End of the Tunnel’
The re-election of Benjamin Netanyahu, shortly after he vowed to apply Israeli sovereignty over the West Bank, was the latest blow to Palestinian aspirations for a state.
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Sri Lanka attacks: Country under curfew after bomb attacks kill 200
More than 200 people were killed in eight bomb blasts targeting churches and hotels.
Ukraine election: Comedian Zelensky wins presidency by landslide
Incumbent Petro Poroshenko admits defeat after exit polls give Volodymyr Zelensky a landslide victory.
Sudan crisis: Protesters cut ties with military council
They say they no longer recognise the ruling council that replaced ousted leader Omar al-Bashir.
Greta Thunberg: Teen says fight for planet will never stop
The 16-year-old Swedish activist addresses the Extinction Rebellion protest in London.
Turkish opposition leader attacked at soldier’s funeral
CHP's leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu was set upon by protesters at a soldier's funeral in Ankara.
Morocco protests: Thousands demand release of activists
It come weeks after jail sentences were upheld for political activists who organised demonstrations.
Colombia landslide: At least 17 killed and five injured
The disaster in the south-western region of Cauca follows days of torrential rain.
Gunmen kill British woman in Nigeria
Faye Mooney, who was working in Nigeria, was one of two people shot dead by kidnappers.
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Goodnight, and good luck
A valedictory note from Al Jazeera America on what we tried to bring to the online news landscape

A long road to reintegration for Rwandan ex-combatants
Despite programs aimed at helping former fighters recover and rebuild, many struggle to find their place in society

The Cabula 12: Brazils police war against the black community
Brazil's anti-police movement continues to fight for the soul of Cabula, even as death threats intensify

Nevada governor says he doesn't want Supreme Court consideration
Republican Brian Sandoval, reportedly under consideration by Obama for the nation's top court, says he's not interested

Elegy for a website where Native voices mattered
AJAM reported on tribal communities and offered coverage on Indian Country that few could match

As thousands enter Europe, EU flails in anti-smuggling efforts
Why did Frontex, the EU border agency, abruptly cancel a successful anti-smuggling pilot program in Greece?

New Orleanians see tourism bias in post-Katrina public transport
While 62 percent of transportation has been restored, locals say bus service has been left behind

The cancer cluster of Piketon, Ohio
How the legacy of the Cold War poisons people still

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After Notre Dame Fire, Parisians Mark Easter Elsewhere
Parisians and visitors from around the world mark Easter days after part of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral burned.
Human Rights Activist Shannon Sedgwick Davis On New Book, 'To Stop A Warlord'
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with human rights activist Shannon Sedgwick Davis, author of
Sri Lanka Attacks 'A Sad Day For A Country Trying To Overcome' Civil War Past
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Alaina Teplitz, United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, to better understand the attacks that took place in Sri Lanka.
Photos: Easter Services Around The World
Christians gathered Sunday to mark the the end of Holy Week and celebrate Easter. Pope Francis addressed a crowd of nearly 70,000 people at St. Peter's Square and denounced the violence in Sri Lanka.
'Complete Chaos': Attacks Devastate Sri Lanka, Leave More Than 200 Dead
More than 200 people have been killed in coordinated bombings across Sri Lanka. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro gets the latest on the ground in Colombo from journalist Lisa Fuller.
For Mongolia's Ice Shooters, Warmer Winters Mean A Shorter Sports Season
This season's final competition, originally scheduled for mid-March, had to be bumped up by two weeks. "The river was already melting," the town's mayor explained.
At Least 130 Killed, Hundreds Injured In Sri Lanka Bombings
At least 130 people have been killed in coordinated bombings in Sri Lanka that targeted luxury hotels and churches, as people gathered for Easter services.
After The Flames, Notre Dame's Centuries-Old Organ May Never Be The Same Again
Chief organist Olivier Latry looks ahead at the church's extensive renovation process after the Notre Dame cathedral fire on April 15.
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Paris firefighters who saved Notre Dame Cathedral honored at Easter Mass

The archbishop of Paris and Catholics from around France and the world honored the firefighters who saved Notre Dame Cathedral, praying Sunday at a special Easter Mass for a swift reconstruction of the beloved monument.

Some streets around the medieval cathedral also reopened six days after the...


Ukrainian comedian wins presidential election by a landslide

Volodymyr Zelensky, a popular comedian initially brushed off by Ukraine’s political elite as a novice, won the nation’s presidential election in a landslide vote Sunday, according to exit polls.

Zelensky, 41, earned more than 70% of the votes, the polls showed, and his supporters expressed hope...


Over 200 killed in Easter Sunday explosions in Sri Lanka; Americans among the dead

A mother and daughter, in their Sunday best, took a taxi to Easter Mass on Sunday morning at St. Anthony’s Shrine, a stately Catholic church near the heart of the Sri Lankan capital. Their driver, P. Ranasinghe, was parked a few feet away having tea when a thunderous explosion shook the 19th century...


Egyptians appear likely to extend President Sisi’s rule in ongoing vote

In three days of voting that ends Monday, Egyptian voters appear poised to approve a package of constitutional changes that would extend President Abdel Fattah Sisi’s rule to 2030 and enhance his power over the judiciary while adding to the military’s sway over political affairs.

Opponents of Sisi...


Heroin used to pass through South Africa en route to Europe. Now much of it stays, with devastating effects

James Mashakeni, 22, began smoking nyaope, a heroin-based narcotic, after a blowout fight with his dad nine years ago. When his father burned his clothes and schoolbooks, he recalls, friends offered him the street drug as a means of escape.

“I became addicted quickly,” he said. “I was smoking every...


Comedian expected to crush incumbent in Ukraine’s presidential election

Faced with the strong possibility of being trounced by a comedian with no political experience, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has started throwing Hail Marys.

In the week leading up to this Sunday’s election, the 53-year-old president awkwardly performed a folk song on stage. He promised...


Crucial summit between Afghan leaders and Taliban is canceled

Talks between Afghan leaders and Taliban insurgents that were scheduled to begin Friday were canceled, in a move seen as a blow to a U.S.-led peace process in the country.

The talks, which were to start in Doha, Qatar, where the Taliban maintain an office, were considered a significant first step...


Ukraine, with a centuries-long history of persecution, could elect a president with Jewish heritage

Ukrainian presidential candidates Volodymyr Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko will face off in a much-anticipated debate on Friday night.

At the same time, a block away at Kiev’s central synagogue, hundreds of the capital city’s Jews will be sitting down for a Passover Seder.

“It was suggested that...


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North Macedonia’s election: a victory for Western diplomacy?

North Macedonia’s election: a victory for Western diplomacy?The newborn Republic of North Macedonia is unique in a part of the world where nationalist strongmen, religious extremists, and organized criminals are amassing ever greater influence. “We are the most successful story in the region,” says Bujar Osmani, deputy prime minister for European affairs. Less partisan observers point to flaws in North Macedonia’s democratic credentials, but there is no doubt that “everyone perceives Macedonia as a positive story,” agrees Uranija Pirovska, head of the local Helsinki Committee, a human rights watchdog.



Why frustrated Ukrainians may elect a comedian as president

Why frustrated Ukrainians may elect a comedian as presidentElection billboards across Ukraine feature a stern-jawed incumbent President Petro Poroshenko facing off with his main opponent in second-round voting for the presidency this Sunday. Ukrainians seem ready to overwhelmingly elect a political novice, a comedian whose main claim to fame is that he played a president on TV, when they cast ballots this Sunday. According to the latest survey, carried out by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS), 72% of decided voters plan to vote for Mr. Zelenskiy, with just 25% choosing Mr. Poroshenko.



After Mueller report, the pressure shifts to Congress

After Mueller report, the pressure shifts to CongressOne day after the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s much-anticipated report, the focus is shifting to Capitol Hill, with many observers suggesting it’s now Congress’s duty to pick up where the special counsel left off. “That’s their duty,” agrees John Yoo, a former Department of Justice deputy assistant attorney general under President George W. Bush.



When saying no to a president saves democracy

When saying no to a president saves democracyFew Americans will read the public portions of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. Congress will now decide if the president did obstruct justice. Mr. Mueller praises some of those around Mr. Trump for standing up for rule of law.



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A world too hot and dangerous for children? Some millennials think so
“I had this internal struggle: ‘Do I really want to bring a child into this world?’” a Seattle 29-year-old said.
More than 200 killed as Easter Sunday blasts hit churches, hotels in Sri Lanka
The government declared a curfew and said it had shut down access to major social media sites and messaging services.
Democrats say Trump impeachment proceedings 'possibly coming' after Mueller report
On Sunday, Rep. Elijah Cummings, among other lawmakers, sounded open to the possibility of bringing impeachment proceedings against the president.
Ancestry.com ad slammed for sugarcoating slavery, distorting history
"...The people behind these ads want to feel comfortable and find a happy place. It’s “The Greenbook” of ads. It really is.”
Mueller investigated whether Trump attended a 2016 chess championship with Russians
"I do not remember having been asked to attend the World Chess Championship gala, and I did not attend the event," Trump wrote in response to Mueller.
Andrew Freund, 5, missing in Illinois as police focus on boy's home
"Information obtained currently has police focusing on the residence,” the Crystal Lake Police Department said.
Watch as a reporter asks Mueller about his report
"I think it's accurate to characterize Director Mueller today as being 'tight-lipped' in response to my questions," MSNBC's Mike Viqueira said afterwards.
Boeing defends Dreamliner plant against claim of shoddy production
Boeing called a New York Times report examining its South Carolina plant "offensive" and "distorted."
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Washington Capitals' T.J. Oshie likely out for playoffs with broken collarbone
Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie underwent successful surgery on a fractured right clavicle, the team announced Sunday.

Donovan McNabb: Philadelphia Eagles should draft another quarterback
Former Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback Donovan McNabb offered his opinion on what the organization should do at the quarterback position.

Boston Celtics sweep Indiana Pacers behind Gordon Hayward's 20 points
The Boston Celtics swept the Indiana Pacers with a 110-106 victory in Game 4 Sunday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Watch: Cowboys' Dak Prescott shares motivational message with Kyler Murray
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott shared an encouraging message with Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.

Oakland OF Ramón Laureano turns in an incredible double play
Oakland A's outfielder Ramón Laureano sparked an amazing double play Sunday in the team's series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Democrats weighing Trump impeachment after Mueller report release
House Democrats said Sunday impeachment of President Donald Trump could be a possibility after the release of the special counsel Robert Mueller's report.

Philadelphia Flyers remove Kate Smith statue outside Wells Fargo Center
The Philadelphia Flyers removed the statue of singer Kate Smith from outside their arena, the team announced Sunday.

Spurs foward DeMar DeRozan fined $25,000 for throwing ball at official
The NBA has fined San Antonio Spurs forward DeMar DeRozan $25,000 for throwing a basketball at official Scott Foster during Saturday night's playoff game.

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Comedian on course for landslide victory in Ukrainian election

Petro Poroshenko concedes defeat as Volodymyr Zelenskiy promises: ‘I won’t mess up’

Volodymyr Zelenskiy, an actor and comedian with no political experience other than playing the role of president in a TV series, was heading for a landslide victory in Ukraine’s presidential election, as early results showed him on course to win nearly three-quarters of the vote.

The incumbent, Petro Poroshenko conceded defeat on Sunday evening before results started coming in, as exit polls suggested an overwhelming victory for the 41-year-old Zelenskiy.

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British woman Faye Mooney killed by kidnappers in Nigeria

Gunmen also kill Nigerian man and abduct three others near northern city of Kaduna

The family of Faye Mooney, a 29-year-old British aid worker killed in Nigeria by kidnappers, have paid tribute to her bravery and belief in societal change that “took her to places others feared”.

A Nigerian man was also shot dead in the attack on a holiday resort in northwestern Nigeria, 37 miles (60km) south of Kaduna, in which three other people were abducted late on Friday evening, local police and the British high commission said.

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North Macedonia presidential election goes to runoff as name change divides

Turnout in vote regarded as a fresh say on country’s name change too low to deliver decisive result, say officials

A presidential election in North Macedonia that gave voters another chance to express an opinion on their country’s new name will go to a runoff after turnout in the first round was too low for any candidate to win outright, election officials said.

The runoff on 5 May is inevitable because election law requires a candidate to get 50% plus one of registered voters to be elected in the first round. The state electoral commission reported the turnout on Sunday was 41.9%.

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Tripoli hit by airstrikes as Haftar steps up assault on Libyan capital

It is unclear whether aircraft or drones carried out the strike, which follows US statement in support of Haftar

Several airstrikes, including the first alleged use of armed drones in the conflict, shook Tripoli overnight in an escalation of the United Arab Emirate-backed assault on the Libyan capital led by Khalifa Haftar. The allegations about the use of drones were made by the Government of National Accord (GNA) based in Tripoli, and supported by eyewitnesses.

A Reuters reporter and several Tripoli residents said they saw an aircraft circling for more than 10 minutes over the capital late on Saturday, and that it made a humming sound before opening fire on several areas. Drone strikes make a noticeably different noise from missile strikes.

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Giuliani rails against Mueller report as Democrats mull Trump impeachment

As the White House mounted a furious assault on the Mueller report and critics of a president not found to have conspired with Russia but not cleared of obstruction of justice, the chair of the House judiciary committee said obstruction, if proven, “would be [an] impeachable” offence.

Related: Trump and impeachment: where Democrats stand after Mueller

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Police clear Extinction Rebellion protesters from Waterloo Bridge

Arrests made after police urge activists to move to Marble Arch, where Greta Thunberg spoke to protesters on Sunday

Police have cleared the remaining Extinction Rebellion activists from Waterloo Bridge in London, despite earlier calls on social media for people that were willing to be arrested to “go there and save it”.

The roads around Parliament Square were cleared of protesters earlier on Sunday, with the northbound carriageway of Waterloo Bridge reopened to traffic by the evening. On Sunday night, police continued their operations, moving to remove the last activists, who had glued themselves to the bridge and to each other.

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Romanian hospitals in crisis as emigration takes its toll

Thousands of doctors and nurses have left Romania in past decade, leading to dire staff shortages

Gabriela Dumitru was supposed to retire years ago, but instead, she’s working longer hours than ever before. The 65-year-old is one half of a team of two doctors at the neonatology ward in Slobozia, a depressed town about two hours’ drive from Romania’s capital, Bucharest.

Dumitru works three or four 24-hour shifts a week, catching an hour of sleep where possible on a sofa in a small box room decorated with pictures of kittens. Her colleague is 75, and he officially retired 15 years ago. Between them, they do the work of four or five doctors, delivering approximately 1,200 babies a year and caring for those born with difficulties or disabilities.

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Mentally ill prisoners face months-long waits for hospital transfer

Exclusive: Prisoners are being left awaiting adequate treatment for up to half a year

Prisoners with severe mental health problems are waiting up to six months to be transferred to hospital to get treatment, a Guardian investigation has found.

Government guidelines in England and Wales stipulate that prisoners who are acutely mentally ill should be transferred to a hospital within 14 days of the first medical recommendation. But according to an analysis of Ministry of Justice data, hundreds of prisoners a year are being left awaiting adequate treatment.

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After years of repression, Ethiopia’s media is free — and fanning the flames of ethnic tension
Ethi­o­pia will hold its first free elections in 15 years next year, and there are fears that the toxic media environment could lead to violence.
Pope Francis calls coordinated Sri Lankan attacks ‘horrendous’
The pope’s annual address came after a searing week for Catholics that included the burning of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.
Taliban meets with women’s rights activists, others after talks with Afghan officials collapse
About 20 Afghan emigres from Europe and the United States, including three women, privately met Taliban representatives in Qatar, speaking for more than six hours.
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Sri Lanka: At least 207 dead and 450 injured in eight explosions
At least 207 people have been killed in a series of Easter Sunday explosions targeting churches and hotels in Sri Lanka.

Comedian wins Ukraine presidential election - exit poll
Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy has won Ukraine's presidential election with 73% of the vote, according to an exit poll.

British aid worker shot dead by kidnappers in Nigeria
Kidnappers in Nigeria have shot dead a British woman and a Nigerian man, and abducted three others, officials have said.

He stood up to Sudan's tyrannical government. Soldiers shot him dead
As Sudanese soldiers fire live rounds at unarmed protesters, a young man stands his ground, then moves forward, berating the soldiers for firing at civilians, telling them they should be ashamed.

Anger over Notre-Dame donations as yellow vest protests turn violent
Protesters have voiced frustration that the effort to save Notre-Dame Cathedral is overshadowing the yellow vest movement's demands, as protests in the French capital turned violent.

Gorillas appear to pose for selfie with park ranger
A photo has emerged of what a park ranger claims to be a selfie with two gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Twenty years since Columbine shooting marked with vigils
The names of 12 students and a teacher who were killed in the Columbine High School shooting have been read out at a ceremony marking 20 years since the massacre.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon Test ‘Anomaly’ Sends Plumes of Smoke Over Cape Canaveral
SpaceX has given no word on what went wrong during the test
Exit Poll: Comedian Appears Headed for Landslide Presidential Victory in Ukraine
Volodymyr Zelenskiy's only political experience consists of playing a president on TV
Rudy Giuliani: There’s ‘Nothing Wrong’ With Trump Campaign Taking Information From Russians
Robert Mueller's report detailed over 100 interactions between Trump's associates and Russians
16 Airline Passengers Taken to Hospital After Landing in Boston
Officials didn't have information on what may have caused the illnesses
President Trump Attends Easter Service After a Morning of Tweeting
"I have never been happier or more content because your country is doing so well"
Easter Mass in Paris Honors the Firefighters Who Saved Notre Dame
Notre Dame's fire forced worshippers to find other places to attend Easter services
The Royal Family Celebrated a Festive Easter and the Queen’s 93rd Birthday
Talk about a double header. Members of the royal family joined Queen Elizabeth for Easter service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Sunday, and it also happened to be her 93rd birthday. Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex

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