After surviving the shootings at Christchurch that killed 51 people and injured dozens in March, victims and their families searched for peace and relief at this year's Hajj pilgrimage.
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Suicide bombing at a wedding in Kabul kills more than 60 people | Fugitive Jonathan Dick caught in Melbourne; here are the top world news videos for today. WATCH.
Seven people, including two children, were killed and four others are missing after a ferry carrying dozens of passengers caught fire off Indonesia's Sulawesi island, police have said.
Joy and celebration turned into horror and carnage when an ISIS suicide bomber targeted a packed Afghan wedding hall, killing at least 63 people in the deadliest attack to rock Kabul in months, officials and witnesses have said.
Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib says Israel made a "huge error" is denying her and colleague Ilhan Omar a visit to Jerusalem. WATCH NOW.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan welcomed the UN Security Council's decision to discuss tensions in the disputed region of Kashmir, a day after India slammed the rare meeting.
The Iron Curtain was at first an ideological and then a physical separation of communist Eastern Europe from the West from the 1940s after World War II.
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Hundreds of villagers were evacuated and the Greek prime minister cancelled a vacation as scores of firefighters battled a major wildfire on the country's second-largest island of Evia, authorities said. (Angelos Tzortzinis, AFP)
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Israeli warplanes struck at least three targets in the Gaza Strip but caused no apparent casualties, a Palestinian security source said.
A waiter at restaurant near Paris was shot dead by a customer angry at having to wait for a sandwich, a source close to the case says.
With the clock ticking down to a no-deal Brexit, opposition parties have been launching rival plans to avoid a cliff-edge departure.
The famous red dot that marks the story of Indian-administered Kashmir on social media came much before India scrapped the Muslim-majority region of its special status.
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An autopsy into Jeffrey Epstein's death in prison has concluded that the disgraced financier committed suicide by hanging, US media reports.
A 5-year-old girl got her arm stuck in an escalator after she forgets to let go of the handrail.
The grief-stricken parents of a Franco-Irish teen found dead in Malaysia after she disappeared from a rainforest resort claimed her body, police say.
He was strolling home from work when his left forearm was hit by a passing vehicle.
More mental hospitals are needed to take potential mass killers off the streets, President Donald Trump has said in response to recent mass shootings, while staying quiet on a pledge to toughen gun laws.
US President Donald Trump has sought to reassure his supporters about the state of the US economy despite stock market volatility. WATCH NOW.
At least one gunman has opened fire on police as they were serving a drug warrant in a Philadelphia neighbourhood. WATCH NOW.
Israel said Thursday it will bar a planned visit by two US congresswomen who have supported a boycott of the country over its treatment of Palestinians, a decision in line with President Donald Trump's urgings.
Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK’s opposition Labour Party, asked rival parties to support him as prime minister in a coalition to block Boris Johnson’s government from pursuing a no-deal Brexit.
The report, published Wednesday, was compiled from conversations with hundreds of Kashmiris after India cancelled their political autonomy.
China called planned US tariffs on an additional $300 billion in Chinese goods a violation of accords reached by Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, signaling an American move earlier this week to delay some of those levies was not enough to stave off retaliation.
The sculpture is made from 200 tons of steel and was set in 2 800 tons of concrete.
Professor: Statue poem embraces diversity | Canada's Trudeau accepts he broke ethics rules; here are the top world news videos for today. WATCH.
Demonstrators take a day to regroup, plan to win back international support after assaulting two mainland Chinese men.
No one was injured. The local police department shared the footage as a warning to not text and drive.
India voted to strip the Jammu and Kashmir state of its special status, blocking phone and internet access while introducing a curfew and riot police.
Mexico City's mayor has said that six police officers were suspended as part of an investigation into the rape of two teenage girls, after demonstrations by hundreds of women demanding justice.
India has issued a fresh flood alert for parts of the southern state of Kerala, as the death toll from the annual monsoon deluge across the country rose to at least 209.
Brazil tribal women protest Bolsonaro's 'genocidal policies' | Epstein death shifts focus to conspirators, will; here are the top world news videos for today. WATCH.
Chaos has gripped Hong Kong's airport for a second day as pro-democracy protesters staged a disruptive sit-in that paralysed hundreds of flights, saw police fire pepper spray, and a mainland journalist beaten.
Greenland is not for sale, local authorities said Friday, after a newspaper reported that US President Donald Trump is looking into whether it might be possible for the United States to buy the mineral-rich Arctic island.
An autopsy of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein found broken bones in his neck, US media reports, as New York's medical examiner said the cause of death required further study.
North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles into the sea and launched a scathing attack on "foolish" calls for dialogue from South Korean leader Moon Jae-in.
How people stay informed in the Hermit State of North Korea is always a question, and US President Donald Trump may have answered it Thursday: by Twitter alerts.
Daredevil Alain Robert - dubbed the 'French Spiderman' - climbed a Hong Kong skyscraper and unfurled a "peace banner" as the financial hub is rocked by historic political unrest.
Gas masks and hard hats at Hong Kong's protest pop-up store | Representative Schultz pushes for background checks for guns; here are the top world news videos for today. WATCH.
Iran's top diplomat said a US attempt at "piracy" had failed after a Gibraltar court on Thursday ordered the release of a tanker carrying Iranian oil despite a US detention request.
President Trump is well known for his love of doing deals and working out policy decisions while playing his favourite sport.
The grieving US community of El Paso came together, standing up to the hatred that took the lives of 22 people, many of them Hispanic, in a mass shooting.
Reporters have been given a tour of an immigration facility in Texas that's still housing more than 1 000 migrants despite a decrease in arrests in recent months. WATCH NOW.
More than 500 firefighters have been deployed to battle a blaze that has already destroyed 900 hectares of pine forest in southern France, the fire service said.
Relatives and emergency workers wept at a ceremony marking a year since the Genoa motorway bridge collapse that killed 43 people, as Italy grapples with a political crisis sparked by far-right leader Matteo Salvini.
A 400-year-old temple in Japan is attempting to hot-wire interest in Buddhism with a robotic priest it believes will change the face of the religion - despite critics comparing the android to "Frankenstein's monster".
It's the lesser-known D-Day, one launched two months after the Normandy landings on the other side of France, with French forces this time playing a premier role.
The warden of the high-security New York prison where convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein apparently committed suicide has been temporarily reassigned and two guards put on leave, the Justice Department has said.
China reacted furiously to "terrorist-like" attacks on its citizens by pro-democracy protesters during a second day of mass disruptions at Hong Kong's airport that turned violent.
An opportunity to get paid around R14 500 just to eat bacon? Surely it's too good to be true? Nope! It seems the offer of American chain restaurant Farmer Boys, is on the up and up.
One of the world's busiest airports has re-opened after the week kicked off with a throng of protests that turned violent - causing all flights to be cancelled for two days straight.
Nyonoksa residents asked to leave within a day after last week's explosion that spiked radiation levels up to 16 times.
President Donald Trump threatened Tuesday to pull the United States out of the World Trade Organization if conditions are not improved.
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