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29 Apr 2017
First freight train linking Britain with China arrives in the city of Yiwu in eastern China.
29 Apr 2017
Ninety-nine days into office President Donald Trump jets into Atlanta, Georgia, to address the National Rifle Association, earning a triumphant welcome from the hugely powerful US gun lobby.
29 Apr 2017
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi warns at the United Nations against military action to respond to the threat from North Korea's missile and nuclear programs.
29 Apr 2017
White House Spokesman Sean Spicer tells Reuters that U.S. President Donald Trump has made "a lot of headway" but says the idea of the 'First 100 Days' is an "artificial deadline."
28 Apr 2017
The media battle heats up: France's presidential hopefuls Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are accused by the Russian and French press of denying access to them. Meanwhile, Barack Obama is criticised for accepting a $400,000 speaking gig in September.
28 Apr 2017
British police say they have thwarted an active terrorist plot after a woman was shot during an armed raid on a house in north London.
28 Apr 2017
Protesters stormed into Macedonia's parliament and the leader of the Social Democrats was injured in a fistfight after his party and ethnic Albanian allies voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker.
28 Apr 2017
South Korean firefighter rescues a woman who attempted suicide from the window of the eighth floor of a flat.
27 Apr 2017
UK police have arrested a man on terrorism charges on Whitehall, near Prime Minister Theresa May's residence in London. At least three knives lay on the ground at the spot.
27 Apr 2017
Admiral Harry Harris, who heads Pacific Command, tells lawmakers in Washington that the military strike group sent to South Korea is "capable of defending against ballistic missile attacks" from North Korea.
27 Apr 2017
Pope Francis has launched a laundromat for the poor, where homeless and impoverished people can come and wash their clothes for free.
27 Apr 2017
Pro-European campaigner Gina Miller launches the 'Best for Britain' campaign to get people to vote tactically in the June 8 election.

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