On Thursday, Iran began restoring internet access in the capital Tehran and a number of provinces, according to local news agencies and residents, after a days-long nationwide shutdown meant to help stifle unrest over fuel price hikes.

A Spanish court has ruled out airline Ryanair's policy of charging a fee for hand luggage by calling it excessive after a passenger was fined for taking a carry-on bag without a special ticket.

Federal executions in the United States have been halted over concerns that the method of carrying them out may be unlawful.

Over 1,350 Australian women have won a long-running class-action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson (J&J) over vaginal mesh implants.

Labour has launched its general election manifesto, pledging to "transform" the UK and to renationalise rail, mail, water and energy.

Charged with carrying out a series of sexual offences against 10 women while serving as Scotland's first minister, Alex Salmond has appeared in court.

Ukraine has accused Russia of removing weapons and equipment, including toilets, from navy boats it returned after seizing them in the Black Sea.

The graves of 145 people have been discovered under a high school in Tampa, Florida, United States.

On Thursday, Xiaomi announced the launch of Mi Smart Band 3i.

China is demanding US President Donald Trump veto legislation aimed at supporting human rights in Hong Kong and has renewed a threat to take “strong countermeasures” if they become law.

On Thursday, Sri Lanka’s newly elected President Gotabaya Rajapaksa sworn in as prime minister his brother and the former president, Mahinda Rajapaksa, capping a victorious return to power of the brothers credited with a military victory over Tamil rebels but also implicated in human rights violations.

On Wednesday, Bolivian lawmakers meet later to try and agree on a path to new elections and defuse street violence that has claimed lives of at least 30 people since a disputed October vote.

On Wednesday, United States President Donald Trump said that he has not made a trade deal with China yet because Beijing is not "stepping up" in negotiations.

On Wednesday, United States President, Donald Trump, engaged with journalists when he departed the White House at the start of a trip.

On Thursday morning, a strong earthquake shook a border area between northern Thailand and Laos, swaying high-rises in Bangkok and Vietnam’s capital.

Amnesty International said in a report on Wednesday that the data collection business fuelling Facebook and Google represents a threat to human rights around the world.

On Wednesday, Prince Andrew said that he was cancelling his public engagements, as the outcry over his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein showed no sign of abating.

Uber will be providing its passengers and drivers in Brazil and Mexico, a new feature to record audio of their rides in a move to make efforts and improve its safety record and image.

5.4 magnitude earthquake hit the southern Pacific coast of Mexico before dawn, just hours after a 6.3 earthquake had shaken the place.

A researcher from Ohio University in United States believes that there is evidence of insect-like creatures on Mars.

On Wednesday, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe he will step down, clearing the way for Parliament to choose a prime minister to work with newly elected President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

The son of former German President Richard von Weizsäcker has been stabbed to death at a Berlin hospital.

Boss of Emirates airlines, Sir Tim Clark said that it took him a long time to face up to the climate crisis.

Emilia Clarke, better known as Daenerys Targaryen or Khaleesi from the popular show Game of Thrones, has unveiled that she was terrified to shoot nude scenes and this became worse when she was expected to do the same for her other projects.

Indian-American rapper and singer, Raja Kumari has become the first person of Indian origin to host the red carpet at the 2019 American Music Awards.

On Wednesday, Shinzo Abe entered the history books as Japan’s longest-serving premier, but many of his ambitious goals, including a constitutional revision to strengthen the military, appear far from reach.

According to the emergency services, on Tuesday, a ferry crew discovered 25 migrants in a refrigerated container on a boat sailing from the Netherlands to Britain.

According to the Israeli military, it had hit dozens of Iranian targets in Syria on Wednesday, carrying out a “wide-scale” strike in response to rocket fire on the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights the day before.

Adolf Hitler's house in Austria will be turned into a police station, according to the officials.

Australia's financial crime watchdog has accused Westpac bank of 23 million breaches of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.

According to the prosecutors, the bridge collapse in south-western France which claimed lives of 2 people was apparently caused by a lorry that weighed too much.

Israel said that it has hit dozens of targets in Syria belonging to the government and allied Iranian forces.

Swedish prosecutor drops rape investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, ending the nearly decade-old case that had sent the anti-secrecy campaigner into hiding in London's Ecuadorian embassy to avoid extradition.

According to the police, a white 16-year-old girl is condemned for plotting an attack on a mostly black church in a north Georgia city.

A report from the Pentagon said on Tuesday, the Islamic State group took advantage of both the US withdrawal from northeastern Syria and the Turkish incursion to regroup and could prepare new attacks on the West.

A United States Navy Seal who was condemned for war crimes is expected to be ousted from the elite force, despite being cleared last week by President Donald Trump.

Former employee of United Kingdom's Hong Kong consulate said that he was tortured in China and condemned for inciting political unrest in the city, according to the BBC reports.

The White House attacked its top Ukranian official as he testified to an impeachment hearing that a phone call made by the president was "improper" and had left him in "shock".

Singapore’s Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing said that the increasing violence between pro-democracy protesters and police had pushed Hong Kong to “breaking point,” warning a similar situation could “easily happen” in his country if the government is complacent.

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