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Iraq: Car bomb attack kills 13 in Baghdad
No group has yet to claim responsibility for the attack
Eight 'suspect' packages found at Athens sorting centre
The packages, intended for "officials at European countries" were located at the Greek postal service's main sorting centre north of Athens, a police statement said.
EU reacts to PKK rallies in Frankfurt
Around 9,000 people marched in German city Frankfurt with PKK posters and flags on Saturday
David Rockefeller dead at 101
David Rockefeller, the American businessman and banker wanted to live to age 200, and died in his sleep at his home in suburban Pocantico Hills, New York
FBI investigating Russian links to 2016 US election
Inquiry includes nature of any links between individuals associated with Trump campaign and Russian government
Three killed by separate roadside bombings in Baghdad
At least three people are killed and another five injured in two separate bombings in Iraq's violence-prone capital
Turkish aid agency helps 160,000 families in Iraq
The Turkish Red Crescent has scaled up its humanitarian activities in Iraq since 2014
French presidential candidates face off in first TV debate
All 11 contenders, spanning the spectrum from Trotskyist left to the far right, will take part in another debate on April 4.
And the world's happiest country is ... Norway
And Norway surged from 4th place in last year's assessment all the way to the top spot, even though oil prices are down, the World Happiness Report 2017 said.
Russia takes swipe at US missile defence in South Korea
The US this month began installing the THAAD anti-missile system in South Korea in response to the North's intensifying ballistic missile development.
Paris fraud squad offices evacuated over bomb scare
An anonymous caller had told police that there was a bomb in the building that houses prosecutors investigating high-level financial crimes, a police source said.
Zimbabwe appeals for millions after deadly floods
Hundreds killed by extreme weather
Libyan PM still in Tripoli: Government official
Media reports claimed al-Sarraj had fled from Tripoli
Ghana: 18 dead after tree falls at waterfall
University, high school students among tourists killed after tree falls onto swimmers below
Palestinian officer killed in refugee camp shootout
Over the past year, there have been several heavy clashes between gunmen in Balata
In tense north Belfast, Brexit raises funding concerns
Funding is now in question as Britain prepares to leave the European Union, and some are warning that the peace process itself could be under threat.