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Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey announces the introduction of a new tax crackdown against 30 multinational corporations.
A Swedish court has rejected an appeal by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange against his arrest warrant for alleged sex offences.
An appeals court in India clears former chief minister of the southern state of Tamil Nadu Jayaram Jayalalitha of involvement in a corruption scandal.
The extreme weather that devastated Texas on Mothers' Day weekend has claimed a life and left dozens missing.
The Macedonian president has accused a group of gunmen, who clashed with police in Kumanovo, of planning terror attacks to destabilise the country.
South Korea believes it could take North Korea fewer than five years to develop a fleet of missile-capable submarines.
There is still no ceasefire in eastern Ukraine but fighting is at a lower level than previously.
According to Chinese state television, eight choir members have been injured after the stage they were performing on collapsed.
A body is found following a "chemical incident" at a home in Essex.
The Bafta television awards take place in London, celebrating the best in television talent and production.
Diagnosed with a degenerative illness, Gal Sont has worked to create technology that will allow him to interact with the world.
Smartphone shipments the world's biggest market, China, have contracted for the first time in six years, according to a market research firm.
Greece's Syriza government is said to be hopeful that a meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Monday will ease the way for a further injection of cash for the troubled country.
India says a latest census shows its Asiatic lion population has risen from 411 in 2010 to 523 in 2015.
A New Zealand woman who was lost for 24 hours in a forest east of Wellington says she survived by covering herself in dirt and drinking her own breast milk.
Police are investigating after a body was found inside a suitcase recovered from a west London canal.
An Australian teenager who allegedly planned a bomb plot appears in children's court in Melbourne charged with terrorism offences.
The European Commission will make the controversial proposal that EU member countries should take in refugees under an EU quota scheme.
Shares rise across the region on Monday after China cuts interest rates for the third time in six months.
Greek politicians are hopeful that Eurozone ministers will recognise its fiscal progress, paving the way for bailout funds to be released.