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Sanders eats into Hillary Clinton’s national lead

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has erased former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s substantial lead for the Democratic presidential nomination since the start of year, putting the two in a dead

Foreign aggressors will go home 'in coffins': Syria

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Russia's military intervention in Syrian conflict in support of Assad has helped Damascus to reclaim territory previously lost to rebels.

Syrians flee to Turkish border as Aleppo assault intensifies

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Any hopes of a ceasefire were dampened by Assad’s foreign minister, who said it would be all but impossible to stop the fighting.

Man pulled out alive after Taiwan quake, more than 130 people still trapped

 The 20-year-old was identified by Taiwan media as Huang Kuang-wei. He was taken to hospital. (Photo: AP)

Firefighters, police, soldiers and volunteers combed through the ruins, some using their hands, as temperatures dropped.

Condom makers step up to help with Zika effort

 Possibility of Zika being sexually transmitted adds a new dimension to the threat the disease poses. (Photo: AFP)

WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl stressed that 'almost a 100 percent of the cases' are transmitted by the bite of a mosquito.

Australian freed after kidnap by al Qaeda in Burkina Faso

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Nigerian President Issoufou presented the woman, Jocelyn Elliott, at a news conference in Dosso, southwestern Niger.

Thai owners chase gold and glory after Leicester’s run

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Leicester City’s Japanese striker Shinji Okazaki (right) vies with Liverpool defenders Mamadou Sakho and Alberto Moreno during their English Premier League football match in Leicester on Tuesday. (Photo: AFP)

Economists devise new formula for GDP growth

From rural motorbike sales to rail freight, economists and even the central bank are devising their own ways to measure Indian growth.

UN: Uphold abortion right amid Zika scare

The top UN human rights official called on Friday for countries with the Zika virus to make available sexual and reproductive health counselling to women and uphold their right to terminate pregnancie

Blackberry cuts 200 jobs in Ontario and Florida to trim costs

Last September, the company laid off roughly 200 staff, who had worked on the hardware and design of the BB10 devices

According to a filing, the company had 6,225 employees as of February 28, 2015.

Though the victory march of the Bharatiya Janata Party that began in 2014 was brought to a halt in 2015 with major setbacks in the Delhi and Bihar Assembly elections, there seems to be a reversal of t

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