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Update: Fri, Mar 23 2018    

Report: Turkmenistan border guards kill 2 Iranian fishermen

Iran's semi-official ILNA news agency has reported that Turkmenistan border guards opened fire, killing two Iranian fishermen and detaining another two for trespassing. Wednesday's report says the incident happened on Tuesday night when the four young fishermen were sailing near the edge of Iranian territorial waters in the Caspian Sea.

18 dead as Thai tour bus loses control, crashes off road

A mangled bus lies on its side as people look through debris scattered nearby Wednesday night, March 21, 2018 in Nakhon Ratchasima province, Thailand. The chartered tour bus lost control on a downhill curve in Thailand's northeast and plunged off the side of the road.

Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon is running for governor of New York

Nixon announced on Twitter today that she will seek the Democratic nomination in this fall's gubernatorial race, challenging incumbent Mario Cuomo in the primary. She posted a powerful video detailing her history as a resident of New York as well as a the current failures in local government like healthcare, mass incarceration and the broken subway system she plans to correct.

Pakistani troops foil suicide attack on convoy in southwest

A Pakistani official says security forces have shot and killed a would-be suicide bomber after he opened fire on a security convoy on the outskirts of the southwestern city of Quetta. The incident took place amid preparations for Pakistan's National Day parade when the country's armed forces show off short- and long-range missiles, tanks, jets, drones and other military hardware at a stadium in the capital, Islamabad.

Artist to create a buzz to mark Manchester terror attack anniversary

Businesses in Greater Manchester can sign up to have a bee drawn on their window in return for a donation to the Manchester Emergency Fund. The project was set up by illustrator Myroslava Coates, of Prestwich, who wants to commemorate the anniversary of the terror attack on the 22 May 2018.

Man arrested on suspicion of arson after house fire in Kelsale

Emergency services were called today at around 5.20pm to reports of a fire at a terraced house in Low Road. A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said on arrival crews found that the roofspace of adjoining homes has been smokelogged.

VIDEO: Fire crews remain at scene of fire which destroyed church building

Crews from across south Wales were called to the Abundant Life Centre on Lower Dock Street at around 12.20pm on Tuesday, March 20. A spokeswoman for South Wales Fire and Rescue Service said that they had no updates on the fire and an investigation was underway. The road was closed for almost three hours and residents and workers in the area were evacuated while 37 firefighters from eight stations tackled the blaze.

[Newsmaker] An Hee-jung denies rape charges, submits photographs as proof of - consensual sex'

Former South Chungcheong Province Gov. An Hee-jung, who is currently under investigation by the prosecution after being accused of rape by two women, denied the charges and submitted photographs as evidence of consensual sex. The photographs reportedly show An and each of the alleged victims posing together.

Russia-UK war of words over ex-spy's poisoning gets uglier

In this image taken from video Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson gives evidence to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee in Portcullis House, London Wednesday March 21, 2018. Johnson said Russia carried out a nerve-agent attack on British soil because the U.K. has "time and again called out Russia over its abuses" of human rights and democratic values.

Province warning rabbit owners after confirmed cases of deadly virus

The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development is warning rabbit owners in B.C. to take precautions in the wake of a highly infectious bunny virus on central Vancouver Island and parts of the Lower Mainland. "While there is no threat to humans, and in addition to rabbit owners taking precautions, the public is advised not to move domestic rabbits into the wild at any time," reads a March 21 press release from the ministry.

Mora easter? Northeast hit with its fourth storm in 3 weeks

Spring kicked off with a wallop of wintry weather along the East Coast as the fourth nor'easter in three weeks rolled in with the potential for a foot or more of snow Wednesday. The first full day of the season included scenes of snow falling on blooming daffodils in suburban Philadelphia, New Yorkers twisting to fix blown-out umbrellas, tractor-trailers stuck on snowy highways and kids making their first snowman of spring.

Painting of B.C. lake by Winston Churchill sells at auction for over $87,000

A painting of Emerald Lake in the Rocky Mountains by Winston Churchill has sold at auction for much more than expected. Churchill painted the work during a visit to the area near Field, British Columbia, in 1929 in the years before he became prime minister.

The hearings will take place ahead of evidence at the inquiry

The 71 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire will be individually commemorated in a series of hearings before evidence is heard by the public inquiry into the tragedy. Survivors and bereaved family members will be able to memorialise their loved ones "calmly and with dignity" during a special period of hearings ahead of the oral evidence.

Guinea worm disease transmission stopped in South Sudan

South Sudan has gone 15 months without a single reported case of Guinea worm disease, the nation's health minister said Wednesday, suggesting a major victory for global health officials trying to eliminate the painful affliction.

Boko Haram returns more than 100 Nigerian girls abducted from boarding school

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria - Boko Haram Islamic extremists brought back nearly all of the 110 girls they had kidnapped from a boarding school last month, dropping them off in the middle of the night Wednesday with a warning: "Don't ever put your daughters in school again."

The Latest: Palestinian teenage protester gets 8 months

The Latest on the sentencing of Palestinian teenage protester Ahed Tamimi : An Israeli military court has sentenced Palestinian teenage protest icon Ahed Tamimi to eight months in prison for slapping and kicking two soldiers after a plea bargain was reached.

IS suicide bomber kills 31 as Afghans celebrate new year

Police patrol the streets after a suicide attack in front of the Kabul university in Kabul, Wednesday. Afghan officials are reporting a large explosion on the road to a Shiite shrine in the capital, where people had gathered to mark the Persian new year.