International News

Violence in Gabon after Obame death

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 17:44
Supporters of deceased Gabonese opposition figure Andre Mba Obame set fire to the embassy of Benin during unrest in Gabon's capital, Libreville.

Man held over Syrian preacher murder

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 17:36
A man is arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder a Syrian-born preacher found shot dead in a car in north-west London.

Hungary's far-right Jobbik wins seat

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 17:35
The far-right Jobbik party in Hungary has won its first ever individual constituency seat in parliament after a narrow victory in a by-election.

A silence that kills men

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 17:19
Why do so many fortysomething men kill themselves?

Falling iron price to hit Australia

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 17:19
Australia says it expects the plunging price of iron ore - its biggest export - to slash revenue forecasts by A$25bn (£13bn; $19bn) over the next four years.

Mental health and the death of the "headclutcher" picture

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 17:03
Why are certain images always used to depict mental health issues?

Patients to be asked about UK status

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:58
Patients could be made to show their passports when they use hospital care in England under new rules introduced by the Department of Health.

Nigerian opposition makes gains

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:55
Nigerian opposition makes gains in elections for state governors and assemblies, in the final round of the election process.

Warning over dental implants

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:46
What happens if you don't look after dental implants

UK university leaders lobby Brussels

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:38
More than 50 UK university leaders will travel to Brussels on Monday to lobby European policymakers against possible cuts to research funding.

Election campaign enters third week

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:30
Scotland's political parties enter third week of formal campaigning ahead of next month's general election.

Bars 'hit by new drink-drive limit'

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:27
The lowering of the legal drink-drive limit in Scotland has affected the hospitality sector, according to a Bank of Scotland report.

VIDEO: Rahul Gandhi prepares for return

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 16:14
India's main opposition Congress party vice president Rahul Gandhi prepares to return to politics after an absence of nearly two months.

Sudan election: Will Bashir be snubbed by his people?

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:55
With almost all opposition parties boycotting Sudan's election, turnout will be key for the country's international standing, says the BBC's James Copnall.

The shepherd who has transfixed 45,000 people

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:49
The shepherd who has transfixed 45,000 people

The forgotten mosques of Delhi

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:43
Photographer Hashim Ahmad Hakeem documents the forgotten mosques of Delhi.

VIDEO: Drone racing in an Aerial Grand Prix

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:35
Drone racers go head-to-head near Los Angeles

Yemen's home grown anti-war movement

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:32
Yemen's home-grown peace movement uses social media

Which country has the least sexist banknotes?

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:28
Which country has the least sexist banknotes?

Colombian generals investigated

BBC - Sun, 2015-04-12 15:23
The Colombian attorney general investigates a group of generals for their alleged roles in the murder of civilians in the "false positives" scandal.

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