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Apology After Japanese Train Departs 20 Seconds Early

A rail company in Japan has apologised after one of its trains departed 20 seconds early.

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Rolling Stones: Police Raid Officials In Hamburg Over Free Tickets

Police in Hamburg have raided a local authority and an events company over allegations free Rolling Stones tickets worth €10,000 ($11,800; £9,000) were given to local officials.

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US Senator Al Franken Aologises For Grope Caught On Camera

US Senator Al Franken has responded to a woman's allegations that he groped her as she slept and "forcibly" kissed her in a rehearsal for a comedy skit.

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Kuwait Airways 'Within Its Rights' To Ban Israeli - German Court

A German court has ruled that a Kuwaiti airline was within its rights to refuse to carry an Israeli citizen.

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Singapore Suspends Trade Ties With North Korea

Singapore has suspended all trade with North Korea, a customs notice showed, as the UN and US seek ever tougher measures against the state.

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Exotic Indonesian Birds Smuggled In Drain Pipes

A wildlife raid in Indonesia yielded startling results after 125 exotic birds were found squashed into pipes.

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Cambodia Supreme Court Dissolves Opposition CNRP Party

The Supreme Court of Cambodia has dissolved the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), the most popular opposition party in the country.

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Region Bids For Solution As Crisis Grips Zimbabwe

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe entered its second day of a military takeover and President Robert Mugabe's house arrest as local and regional efforts at resolving the crisis are under way.

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Explosion Hits Kabul As Political Gathering Under Way

A suicide attacker has killed at least nine people, detonating his vest near a political gathering in the Afghan capital, Kabul, officials confirmed.

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The Little Girl Returns To Change The World

The 2015-16 El Nino event was a major phenomenon, affecting weather worldwide. It is one swing of the slow pendulum called the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO).

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