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Update: Wed, Apr 26 2017    

Russia steps in after Ukraine cuts power to rebel-held east

In a move that further cements Russia's control over parts of eastern Ukraine, Russian officials announced Tuesday they will begin supplying electricity to separatist-controlled areas after the Ukrainian government cut off power because of a heavy backlog of unpaid bills. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the decision as a humanitarian mission helping to keep an estimated 3 million people out of darkness in rebel-held areas in the Luhansk region along Russia's border.



Ivanka Trump vows push for change for women, defends father

Ivanka Trump pledged to push for "incremental, positive change" for women in the U.S. economy and defended her father's attitudes toward women as she made her first international outing Tuesday as a White House adviser.



Israeli PM cancels meeting with visiting German minister

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cancelled a meeting with the visiting German foreign minister over the latter's plans to hold a meeting with Israeli rights groups. An official said Mr Netanyahu was upset that German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel is sitting down with Breaking the Silence, a whistleblowing group critical of Israeli military actions in the West Bank.



Labour told to expect 'a kicking' in local elections

Experts said Jeremy Corbyn's party was facing "a kicking" in Wales in the May 4 council elections and is "heading for disaster" in Scotland, where it could lose control of all the local authorities it holds, as the Scottish National Party and Conservatives reap the benefits. Analysis by Plymouth University professors Colin Rallings and Michael Thrasher put Conservatives on track for likely gains of around 115 councillors in the English county, unitary and metropolitan seats up for grabs next month.



North Korea stages large-scale 'live fire' drill as US submarine docks in South

NORTH Korea conducted a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military as a US submarine docked in South Korea in a show of force amid growing concern over the North's nuclear and missile programmes. http://www.independent.ie/world-news/asia-pacific/north-korea-stages-largescale-live-fire-drill-as-us-submarine-docks-in-south-35652483.html NORTH Korea conducted a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military as a US submarine docked in South Korea in a show of force amid growing concern over the North's nuclear and missile programmes.



Man, 95, spared jail over attempted mercy killing of 88-year-old wife

A 95-year-old man who bludgeoned his wife of 65 years with a lump hammer in an attempted mercy killing has been spared jail. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/man-95-spared-jail-over-attempted-mercy-killing-of-88yearold-wife-35652686.html http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/article35652685.ece/e52b9/AUTOCROP/h342/PANews%20BT_P-f62458e7-19ea-409d-80f1-c85299c8d7a5_I1.jpg A 95-year-old man who bludgeoned his wife of 65 years with a lump hammer in an attempted mercy killing has been spared jail.



Spanish police arrest nine over terror attacks in Belgium and France

Spanish police have arrested nine suspected members of a jihadi group in connection with recent deadly attacks in Belgium and France. Police said the arrested were one Spaniard and eight Moroccans living in Catalonia, all aged between 30 and 40 years old.



Ukip's Paul Nuttall - will probably stand' in General Election, aide says

Peter Whittle said Mr Nuttall was "still thinking about it" after the party leader refused to commit to fighting a Westminster seat. Following the event, Mr Nuttall then waited in an apparently locked room, emerging to a barrage of reporters' questions as he left the Marriott County Hall hotel in London.



Primary school shut for second day after travellers set up camp nearby

The headteacher and governors at Camp Hill Primary in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, said rubbish had been thrown on to the school site, posing a safety risk, after travellers set up camp during the Easter break. Soiled nappies were spotted among piles of litter on the site, and there was evidence travellers had scaled fences to get on to school property, according to one governor who visited on Monday.



Red and white striped house can stay after woman wins court battle

A woman who decorated her multimillion-pound townhouse with red and white stripes has won a High Court battle over a planning authority's order to repaint the property. Property developer Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring painted candy stripes on the facade of the three-storey terraced building in South End, Kensington, west London, in March 2015.



In pictures: Anzac Day services commemorate fallen military personnel

Anzac Day was marked with the religious gathering at London's Hyde Park Corner where Antipodeans honoured their First World War dead and those who have served in subsequent conflicts. The High Commissioner of New Zealand Sir Jerry Mateparae, his Australian counterpart Alexander Downer and the chief of the defence staff, Air Chief Marshall Sir Stuart Peach, also laid wreaths.



Volunteers accompany US immigrants to court to allay fears

When Salvadoran immigrant Joselin Marroquin-Torres became flustered in front of a federal immigration judge in New York and forgot to give her asylum application, a woman she had just met stood up to provide it. Lohse is among hundreds of volunteers, including preachers, law students and retirees, who've stepped up to accompany people in the U.S. illegally to court hearings and meetings with immigration officials, guiding them through an often intimidating process.



In Mexico, fears a new plant will kill wastewater farming

For more than 100 years, most of what gets flushed down Mexico City's toilets has resurfaced two hours to the north in the rivers and reservoirs of the rural Mezquital Valley. A massive new water treatment plant is about to change this.



Venezuelans shut down roads and highways in protest

A woman wipes her face as she is overwhelmed with emotion during a silent protest in homage to the at least 20 people killed in unrest generated after the nation's Supreme Court stripped congress of its last powers, a decisi... CARACAS, Venezuela - Protesters sprawled in lawn chairs, worked on math homework and played cards on main roads around Venezuela Monday as part of a sit-in against the government. In Caracas, thousands of protesters shut down the capital city's main highway to express their disgust with the increasingly embattled socialist administration of President Nicolas Maduro.



All aboard the royal express as Charles takes steam train for a run

The Prince of Wales has driven a steam train that his donation helped restore after it was badly damaged by vandals. Charles, known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland, wore a kilt and a specially-monogrammed overall to drive the steam engine on a line in Aberdeenshire he used to travel on as a child.



'Islamic State' militants kill 10 off-duty soldiers in Iraq attack

Militants ambushed and killed a convoy of Iraqi off-duty soldiers killing 10 and wounding 20, the country's military said. Militants ambushed and killed a convoy of Iraqi off-duty soldiers killing 10 and wounding 20, the country's military said.



Pence cites 'challenging times' to troops in American Samoa

Pence addressed about 200 soldiers during a refueling stop in Pago Pago on Sunday. The Vice President noted "challenging times" in the Asia Pacific and told the troops the Trump administration was seeking a large increase in military funding.