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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.
British aid worker killed by kidnappers in Nigeria
Kidnappers in Nigeria shot dead a British woman and a Nigerian man, and abducted three others, officials said.
Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
A campaign to tackle "botched" cosmetic procedures is to be launched by the government in England next month.
Family's near miss at bombed Sri Lanka church
When Dilip Fernando arrived at St. Sebastian's Church in Sri Lanka's Negombo on Easter Sunday, it was so crowded he went elsewhere for mass. The decision probably saved his life.
Tesla investigating video of parked Model S exploding in Shanghai
US electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla Inc. on Monday said it has sent a team to investigate a video on Chinese social media which showed a parked Tesla Model S car exploding, the latest in a string of fire incidents involving Tesla’s cars.
Samsung Electronics delays Galaxy Fold media events in China
Smartphone maker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has postponed media events for its Galaxy Fold planned for this week in Hong Kong and Shanghai, a company official said, days after reviewers of the foldable handset reported defective samples.
MP: Iran to claim compensation from US for chemical weapons victims
A senior Iranian lawmaker called on the Foreign Ministry to observe a parliamentary bill that requires legal retaliatory action against the US, including formal complaint at international courts to receive compensation from Washington for Iranian victims of chemical weapons.
Zarif to leave Tehran for New York Tuesday
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will leave Tehran on Tuesday for New York to attend a meeting of United Nations General Assembly on multilateralism.
Islamabad takes steps to ensure stability along border with Iran: FM
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said his country has taken steps to enhance security and stability along the border with Iran.
Senior MP blasts US regional policies in Baghdad meeting
Alaeddin Boroujerdi, a senior Iranian lawmaker, called on the regional countries not to allow the US to create tensions and more conflicts in the Middle East.
Armed militia leader holding migrants arrested on weapons charges
The leader of a militia operating along the southern border was arrested by the FBI days after the armed group detained over 200 migrants who had just illegally crossed into New Mexico.
Protests erupt after police shoot woman near Yale University
Protests erupted for the fourth straight night in New Haven, Connecticut, after police opened fire on a car near the Yale University campus, shooting and wounding a woman inside.
Voters offered rides, food in Egypt referendum on Sisi
Egyptian pro-government media, businesspeople and activists urged a “yes” vote Sunday on constitutional changes that would allow President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to stay in power until 2030. Some voters were offered free rides or food parcels to increase turnout in the national referendum.
Sudan's ex-president Bashir investigated over suitcases stuffed with cash
Millions of dollars worth of cash in US dollars, euros and Sudanese pounds has been found in suitcases at the home of former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, according to a judicial source.

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