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5:18PM A white US former police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager outside Pittsburgh has been acquitted by a jury.
5:18PM A tour bus has caught fire on a highway in central China's Hunan province, killing 26 people and injuring 28, local authorities say.
5:18PM A handful of Australians are likely to figure in Robert Mueller's report into Russia's effort to influence the 2016 US presidential election.
5:18PM Bullets might have scarred a New Zealand mosque targeted in a terror attack, but the Muslim community hasn't been scared to return.
11:34AM Special Counsel Robert Mueller has handed in a confidential report on his investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election.
11:34AM An eastern Chinese chemical plant explosion has killed 62 people, with 34 people critically injured and 28 missing, state media says.
9:32AM Police will officially hand back two mosques at the centre of the New Zealand terror attacks to the local communities on Saturday.
5:12AM The death toll from the sinking of a ferry in northern Iraq has risen to 109, as the nation's president and its top Shi'ite Muslim cleric call for justice.
5:12AM An explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China's Jiangsu province has killed 47 people and prompted a crackdown on unsafe operations.
5:12AM Syria says it's determined to take back the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and has slammed US President Donald Trump for backing Israeli sovereignty there.
5:12AM Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has shown footage of last week's mosque shootings in Christchurch at another election rally.
5:12AM Dutch prosecutors say 37-year-old suspected gunman Gokmen Tanis has confessed over the deadly shooting on a tram in Ultrecht.
5:12AM A petition aimed at stopping Britain's impending exit from the European Union has now reached three million signatures.
5:12AM Two passenger buses have collided head on on a highway in Ghana, sparking a large blaze and leaving at least 60 people dead.
5:12AM EU leaders have given the UK parliament an April 12 deadline to offer a new plan or choose to quit the bloc without a treaty.
10:07PM US President Donald Trump's move to recognise Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights has been rejected by the European Union.
9:49PM Boko Haram militants have killed at least 23 Chadian soldiers in what appeared to be the deadliest such attack inside Chad by the Islamist insurgents.
9:11PM Disgraced former England football player Adam Johnson has been released from prison after serving three years for child sex offences.
8:36PM North Korea has pulled out of a liaison office with the South just hours after the US imposed new sanctions on Pyongyang.
8:36PM The UN Human Rights Council has condemned Israel's "apparent intentional use of unlawful lethal and other excessive force" against protesters in Gaza.
6:49PM Russia says a change in the status of the Golan Heights to put it under the sovereignty of Israel would directly violate UN decisions.
7:21AM A Call to Prayer will be broadcast across New Zealand in a memorial for mosque terror attack victims, but the mosques where the shootings won't re-open in time.
7:09PM New Zealand's prime minister has announced a ban on semi-automatic rifles as police say they've identified all 50 victims of the Christchurch terror attack.
8:54AM Some Maori leaders are recalling colonial atrocities as they reject Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's response to the mosque massacre
8:54AM US-backed forces have captured an encampment where Islamic State jihadists have been mounting a last defence of the tiny enclave of Baghouz.
8:54AM President Donald Trump says US negotiators are going to China this weekend to further a "great" trade deal which is "coming along nicely".
6:17AM European Council President Donald Tusk has signalled the EU is open to a short Brexit extension, but says the British parliament must approve a divorce deal.
5:46AM Interest rates have been kept on hold in the United States and the Federal Reserve's policymakers have abandoned projections for any more rate hikes this year.
3:50AM A driver who set alight a bus full of schoolchildren on the outskirts of Milan was apparently protesting against migrant drownings in the Mediterranean.
2:43AM Japan's public broadcaster says the trial of former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn on charges of under-reporting his salary is expected to begin in September.
2:43AM Released in conjunction with World Happiness Day, the World Happiness Report ranked Finland as the world's happiest country for the second year in a row.
2:43AM European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker has played down hopes of a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations at this week's European Union summit.
2:43AM Fugitive billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi has been refused bail by a judge in London following his arrest in the city on fraud conspiracy charges.
2:43AM Former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic has had his 40-year prison sentence for war crimes upgraded to life following an appeal.
12:15AM Google has been fined $A2.38 billion by European Union antitrust regulators for blocking rival online advertisers in the latest penalty for the search giant.
12:15AM Seven North Macedonian nationals have pleaded guilty to joining the Islamic State group and fighting with it in Syria and Iraq, officials say.
12:15AM Civilians may have been killed in a stepped-up campaign of air strikes by the US military in Somalia, human rights watchdog Amnesty International claims.
12:15AM One of the main suspects in an alleged multi-billion loan fraud, Nirav Modi, has been arrested in London on behalf of Indian authorities, British police say.
12:15AM Passengers aboard Swiss cruise ship MS Edelweiss were evacuated after the cruise ship hit a cargo vessel carrying cars on a Netherlands river.
12:15AM A powerful backer has abandoned Algeria's ailing president Abdelaziz Bouteflika as protests continue in the capital Algiers against an extension to his reign.
11:20PM British Prime Minister Theresa May has asked the European Union to push Brexit back until June 30.
7:32PM Mozambique has begun three days of national mourning for hundreds of victims killed by Idai as neighbouring Zimbabwe and Malawi also recover from the storm.
6:22PM Funerals have started for the victims of the Christchurch mosque terror attack, as "deeply offensive" actions by Turkey's president cause a diplomatic storm.
3:14PM Threats of Islamic State retribution for the massacre in Christchurch is being taken seriously by New Zealand government agencies.
1:25PM Islamic State fighters in Syria are now confined to a tiny pocket on the edges of the Euphrates river and are holding their families as human shields.
12:56PM The crew of a sub filming the bottom of the Indian Ocean are safe after making an emergency ascent from 100 metres down when the cockpit filled with smoke.
9:45AM The CEOs of Facebook, Alphabet's Google, which owns YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft have been urged to remove content that would spawn political extremism.
9:03AM President Tayyip Erdogan has shown a clip of the Christchurch mosque shooting and urged New Zealand to restore the death penalty for the gunman.
7:25AM Bangladesh has warned its citizens about travelling to Australia and New Zealand, advising them to be vigilant in public places after the Christchurch attacks.
6:31AM The University of Southern California says it may expel the students tied to an admissions scam, including the two daughters of actress Lori Loughlin.
6:31AM US President Donald Trump has found common ground with Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, giving him a ringing endorsement and mulling NATO membership.
11:26PM As aid organisations scramble to rescue and feed survivors of Cyclone Idai, rising floodwaters threaten survivors in Mozambique.
11:14PM Thousands again protested President Bouteflika's rule in Algiers as new group National Coordination for Change called on the military not to interfere.
11:06PM A cyber attack on one of the world's largest aluminium producers has affected the company's IT systems and forced some of its plants to be operated manually.
11:00PM A third person has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the fatal shooting of three people and wounding of five others on a tram in the city of Utrecht.
10:22PM South Africans look set to endure further rolling power outages after major energy supplier Eskom suffered repeated faults at its coal-fired power stations.
10:22PM Talks between the United States and Taiwan form part of efforts to counter growing pressure from Beijing to force the island into political unification.
10:22PM US-backed fighters have captured 157 mostly foreign fighters as they tracked efforts by jihadis to escape the last shred of IS territory in eastern Syria.
10:22PM A Thai construction tycoon found guilty of charges related to poaching protected animals in a wildlife sanctuary was fined and sentenced to 16 months in jail.
10:22PM Ugandan police are investigating recent food supplies after three people died and more than 150 fell ill in the northest Karamoja region.
10:22PM A lawsuit filed by Republican Devin Nunes accuses Twitter and several of its users of defamation and negligence over parody accounts like "Devin Nunes' Cow".
9:05PM The pound kept calm after another dramatic twist in the Brexit plot while world shares inched towards their longest winning streak of the year.
7:56PM Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans are in disarray after the speaker of parliament's ruling that she had to change her twice-defeated divorce deal.
4:05PM Some websites are refusing to help New Zealand police probing the online presence of the Australian white supremacist charged with killing 50 in Christchurch.
3:39PM New Zealand's parliament has held a sombre session to offer condolences to the families of the victims of the Christchurch massacre.
3:02PM China has taken the credit for reducing tension between India and Pakistan last month when there were border clashes in Kashmir.
3:02PM Australian Joanne Williams says it seems nowhere is safe following the terror attack on Christchurch, where she'd considered living after the Lindt Cafe siege.
2:51PM Gunmen in Bangladesh have opened fire on two cars returning from a polling station with ballot boxes, killing at least seven people, and wounding 15 others.
2:24PM New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she won't use the name of an Australian man behind the Christchurch terror attack in a bid to deny him notoriety.
1:20PM Boeing is under increasing pressure after investigators found similarities between the crashes of two Boeing 737 MAX planes in Ethiopia and off Indonesia.
11:28AM Singer and songwriter Andre Williams, who helped write Shake A Tail Feather has died at the age of 82 of colon cancer.
11:24AM US Democrats are calling on the FBI to look a campaign donor for Donald Trump, who was the owner of a spa that has been implicated in human-trafficking.
10:47AM New Zealanders have started to turn guns in to police as the country's government mulls a buyback scheme and a ban on semi-automatic weapons.
9:28AM At least a dozen levees have been breached in the US Midwest, killing three people, and flooding hundreds of homes.
9:21AM About 1,000 Venezuelan troops have crossed the border into Colombia since February, surrendering weapons, and rejecting President Nicolas Maduro's government.
6:56AM New Zealand authorities are set to launch a probe asking how a massacre at two mosques happened and if it could have been stopped.
6:10AM New Zealand Police are treating as suspicious a fire that burned down a small gun club overnight.
4:52AM The 37-year-old man wanted over a shooting on a Dutch tram that killed three people and wounded five has been arrested.
2:35AM US President Donald Trump has tweeted that the media is "working overtime" to blame him for the New Zealand mosque shootings.
12:57AM The strongest hint yet that British parliament may pass Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan was delivered by pro-Brexit MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.
12:57AM Volunteers from Australia and cities across New Zealand have gathered in Christchurch to prepare an overwhelming number of bodies for burial.
11:32PM One victim is dead and others have been injured in a shooting in a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht, with police citing a possible "terrorist motive".
10:42PM Myanmar's army has set up a military court to investigate its crackdown that forced more than 730,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh.
10:42PM The suspect charged with murder over the mass killings in Christchurch is "lucid" according to the lawyer appointed by a New Zealand court to represent him.
10:42PM The Iranian government will file a legal case against US officials in an Iranian court, President Hassan Rouhani says, ahead of international legal action
10:42PM A Palestinian attack in which a Israeli soldier was killed in the occupied West Bank has claimed a second life after a rabbi died of gunshot wounds.
3:08PM China says it arrested 13,000 people in its Xinjiang region since 2014, countering criticism from UN experts who say a million Uighurs and Muslims are detained.
2:50PM China has announced President Xi Jinping will visit Italy, France and Monaco beginning Thursday.
10:14AM Labour's Jeremy Corbyn says he is likely to back a public vote if PM Theresa May's Brexit deal is approved as two peers indicated changes to the backstop.
10:14AM The organisers of New Zealand's biggest gun and militaria show have decided to cancel Saturday's event in Auckland out of respect for the Christchurch victims.
10:14AM Pioneering surfing guitarist Dick Dale has died at the age of 81.
10:01AM The families of those killed or injured in the Christchurch mosque massacre will be given priority service when applying for visas to visit New Zealand.
9:25AM A-list celebrities including singer Madonna and actor Ben Stiller have donated thousands to a fund raising page for the New Zealand terror attack victims.
9:25AM Two Iraqi soldiers have been killed after clashed with the Kurdish PKK militia in northwestern Iraq.
8:59AM Embattled Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro plans to restructure his government, his vice president says, amid a power struggle with the opposition.
8:35AM Iran's communication minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi has again called for less internet censorship in the Islamic republic.
8:16AM French PM Edouard Philippe will on Monday outline new security plans aimed at controlling violence linked to the yellow vest protests.
8:16AM Israel has confirmed the main suspect in New Zealand's mosque shootings visited Israel in October 2016 for nine days but no further details are available.
6:49AM US President Donald Trump's stance and his support for a Fox News personality who made anti-Muslim remarks is in the spotlight after the NZ mosque shootings.