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Wednesday, 15th April 2015

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Poland PM warns biker club against riding through country (CBS News)

Police detain man over missing Glasgow student Karen Buckley (Daily Mail)

The first doughnut has been launched into space (CBS News)

Farage has a deal with the Tories in his sights: Ukip leader offers olive branch to Cameron after saying he wants to work with him to prevent Labour government (Daily Mail)

Labour's queen of hypocrisy: MP who sneered at white van man now attacks Tory right-to-buy plan - even thought she bought a £1million housing association home which she rents out (Daily Mail)

Canada, India Sign Uranium-Supply Deal (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Mexico's Election Watchdog Orders Ads Criticizing President to Be Pulled (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Iran says it will use influence to broker peace in Yemen (Reuters)

Iran Says Congress Meddling in Talks (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. to tell why people on no-fly list (CNN)

One year on, Thailand's testy coup leader battles dictator label (Reuters)

Houston police chase ends in gunfire with suspect shot and killed - video (Guardian)

Two candidates drop out of 'unfair' Sudanese election (Reuters)

This is the first ever color image of Pluto (CNN)

Tinder teams up with Instagram to allows users to show off their photos (Daily Mail)

Man lands aircraft on Capitol grounds (CNN)

Isis militants seize three Iraqi villages near provincial capital of Ramadi (Guardian)

Brit companies lose £250m a year because of office GOSSIP (Daily Star)

Liverpool FC to 'take action' against fan who posted picture of Muslims praying at Anfield (Daily Mail)

Iran says nuclear deal depends on lifting of sanctions (Reuters)

Islamic State gains ground near capital of Iraq's Anbar province (Reuters)

ISIS lays siege on Ramadi (CNN)

Police consider manslaughter charges after man violently shaken at four-weeks old dies from his injuries TWO DECADES later (Daily Mail)

Ian McKellen Makes the First Table Read for Beauty and the Beast Sound Magical (Time Magazine)

Islamic State withdraws from Yarmouk camp, Nusra remains - residents (Reuters)

Video Imagines Titanic Movie as an 8-Bit Video Game (Time Magazine)

Is ramming an armed suspect with a police car right? (CBS News)

Sinosphere Blog: Pushing Back Against the Authorities in China According to the Law' (New York Times - Paywall)

ISIS Makes Gains Near Ramadi in Iraq (Newsweek Magazine)

Ruble passes 50 against USD for 1st time since November (Russia Today)

Man detained over missing student (BBC)

Moment baby trapped in hot car saved by police officer in Surbiton (Daily Mail)

Chinese policewoman fought off robber with machete using her BARE HANDS (Daily Mail)

First quintuplet sisters born in US (BBC)

Would YOU run a marathon in £19.99 trainers? Aldi's new bargain shoes against state-of-the art Adidas worth £130 (Daily Mail)

You've Never Seen a Cat Video Like Ty Dolla $ign, Charli XCX and Tinashe's Drop That Kitty' (Time Magazine)

As Ebola Retreats, Obama Urges Vigilance and Preparation in West Africa (New York Times - Paywall)

'Thriving': First U.S. All-Girl Quintuplets Born in Texas (NBC News)

Burger King Founder Says Higher Wages Could Kill Off Dollar Menus' (Time Magazine)

Police detain man in connection with missing Karen Buckley's disappearance (Daily Express)

Cameron fears becoming total failure if Tories lose election (Daily Star)

Women and girls recall systematic rape' by ISIS militants HRW (Russia Today)

Skydiver's helmet camera captures moment parachute malfunctions - video (Guardian)

David Harewood turns skin white to encourage black vote in general election - video (Guardian)

Civilians flee Ramadi as ISIS nears (CNN)

Gul warns against Erdogan's ambitions (Financial Times - Paywall)

Dean's Blue Hole explored by freediver Guillame Nery in video (Daily Mail)

Alabama grandfather, 80, goes to prom for first time (CBS News)

'Nothing hazardous found' in gyro copter on Capitol grounds - police (Reuters)

WorldViews: How Iranian opponents to a nuclear deal are trying to spin it (Washington Post - Paywall)

Kenya attack: Police waited as plane carried chief's family (CNN)

German ISIS rapper Deso Dogg threatens home nation with Charlie Hebdo-like attack in music video (Daily Mail)

ISIS Launches Offensive in Iraq Province (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Rescued migrants arrive in Italy after 400 died off Libyan coast (Daily Mail)

Colombia's Santos lifts halt on bombings against FARC after attack (Reuters)

Man sets rental car ablaze while trying to kill bedbugs (CBS News)

WorldViews: A man jailed for fraud he committed while he was Israel's interior minister may be Israel's next interior minister (Washington Post - Paywall)

Coroner calls for new law to fence off pools after death of toddler (Daily Mail)

Will US Congress scupper Iran deal? (BBC)

Roland Huntington Grace caught after wearing Crocs he wore at crime scenes to police interview (Daily Mail)

Sch uble dashes Greek bailout deal hopes (Financial Times - Paywall)

Police raid mosque as second man is arrested over killing of preacher (Daily Mail)

Man Arrested After Landing Helicopter on Capitol Lawn (Time Magazine)

Labour victory risks wiping thousands off the value of your home, warn property experts (Daily Express)

Killers who made man rub CHILLI on his penis before BUTCHERING him locked up for life (Daily Star)

From power napping giraffes to lazy bats and birds that doze off while flying: Graphic reveals strange sleeping habits of animals (Daily Mail)

Iraq fails to halt Isis advance in Anbar (Financial Times - Paywall)

Florida Man Arrested for Landing Small Helicopter on Capitol Lawn (Newsweek Magazine)

Aaron Hernandez guilty of first degree murder of Odin Lloyd (Daily Mail)

China Approves First Locally Designed Nuclear Reactor (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Volunteer police officers in the US overwhelmingly allowed to use guns (Independent)

U.S., allies conduct 23 air strikes in Syria, Iraq against Islamic State - military (Reuters)

Who Does the U.S. Still Consider a State Sponsor of Terrorism? (Newsweek Magazine)

India police charged with murder of 20 suspected sandalwood smugglers (Guardian)

First commercially available mop and bucket on sale for 300 at Spanish auction house (Independent)

Texas police chase ends with fatal shooting (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Man Behind Miliband Slams Tories' Politically Stupid' Personal Attacks (Newsweek Magazine)

Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez found guilty of 2013 murder video (Guardian)

Sudan Rebels Attempt to Disrupt Election (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

British Police Make Syria Terror Arrests (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Alleged LAPD beating victim says police retaliating after lawsuit (Russia Today)

Police arrest Rousseff's party treasurer (Financial Times - Paywall)

Caught between ISIS and Syrian bombs (CNN)

How ISIS is fueled by past horrors (CNN)

80-Year-Old Man Goes to Prom for the First Time (Time Magazine)

Police tweet after man reports that his Algerian holiday was too hot (Daily Mail)

Protests reignited over police killings (BBC)

Russia flexes military muscle off U.K. shores (CBS News)

See how ISIS is losing territory (CNN)

South Korea orders inspection of Asiana A320 pilots after plane skids off runway (Reuters)

No end to sanctions, no agreement': Iran sticks to nuclear deal demands (Russia Today)

ECB conference disrupted by protester - video (Guardian)

Rouhani Dismisses White House Compromise With Congress on Iran Nuclear Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

General Election 2015: James Blunt Calls Out Labour's Mansion Tax (Huffington Post)

Kremlin Says Putin Made Just $151,000 Last Year (Newsweek Magazine)

Dashcam shows Tucson police cruiser ramming armed suspect (CBS News)

Arizona cop in car SMASHES into armed suspect in dashcam video (Daily Mail)

Woman sees her assault on video (CNN)

Man charged with 'insulting Islam' in Dubai over Facebook post on Isis violence in Iraq (Independent)

Here's the First Cast Photo From Disney's Live-Action Beauty and the Beast (Time Magazine)

Election 2015 in pictures: 15 April (BBC)

Cuba welcomes removal from U.S. list of states sponsoring terrorism (Los Angeles Times)

To Defeat ISIS, Obama Needs to Reinforce Abadi (Newsweek Magazine)

Pope urged to deal with bishops who fail to protect kids from pedophiles after Chile outcry (Fox News)

Nasa's New Horizons releases first colour image of Pluto and Charon (Daily Mail)

Dashcam: Cops hit man with car (CNN)

Europe's oldest lar gibbon struts its stuff in viral video (Daily Mail)

The Saudi Arabian tomb carved out of rock which has endured since the first century (Daily Mail)

Registering To Vote For General Election 2015 Is Turning These Black Celebrities White (Huffington Post)

Motorist films moment Illinois tornado barrels past on highway in video (Daily Mail)

Ventus X mouse keeps your hand cool while playing video games (Daily Mail)

Fears of 400 dead off Italy adds to list of smuggled migrants who've died on Mediterranean (Fox News)

Migrants rescued off the Italian coast in pictures (Guardian)

Egypt court backs deportation of 'gay' Libyan man (Guardian)

Police detain treasurer of Brazil's governing Workers' Party in kickback investigation (Fox News)

Daniel Craig given licence to save' by United Nations - video (Guardian)

Kerry still "confident" Iran nuke deal can be done (CBS News)

White House Standoff With Congress Over Iran Bill Not Over (Time Magazine)

Children's suffering by Boko Haram revealed a year after #BringBackOurGirls (Daily Mail)

Promises, promises: British parties' election manifestos range from nuclear weapons to bees (Fox News)

Islamic State War Crimes Against Yazidis Include Rape, Sexual Abuse And Forced Marriage (Huffington Post)

Ukip 2015 election manifesto key points on Europe, immigration and the economy (Daily Express)

Key points of Ukip election manifesto (Financial Times - Paywall)

Texas family return home to find birds flying around house in video (Daily Mail)

The Case For and Against Millennials as the Greatest Entrepreneurial Generation (Time Magazine)

Turkish PM puts new constitution at heart of election manifesto (Reuters)

Migrant boat capsizes off Libya, 400 feared dead (Fox News)

Yazidi sex slaves reveal Isis militants picked who to rape in twisted 'lottery' in distressing accounts (Independent)

UK Weather Forecasts Warmest Day Of The Year Leaves Britain Hotter Than Athens Or Rome (Huffington Post)

Canadian man takes selfie with Street View car and is now on Google maps (Daily Mail)

Obama removes Cuba from 'State Sponsor of Terrorism' list (Daily Mail)

Arizona officer captured ramming police car into armed suspect (Guardian)

Obama taking Cuba off terror list signals end for dated idea of rogue states (Guardian)

Police cruiser in Arizona runs over man suspected of theft video (Guardian)

Big business using trade groups to lobby against EU climate policy (Guardian)

Transgender toxic tush victim Rajee Narinesingh shows off new face (Daily Mail)

Iran's Rouhani Dismisses Congressional Pressure Over Nuclear Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S. to Take Cuba Off Terror-Sponsor List (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Man escapes injury in gun attack (BBC)

Brazil Police Arrest Workers' Party Treasurer (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

General Election Right To Buy Pledge Would Face Legal Challenge, Housing Association Warns (Huffington Post)

Yob who stole mobile phone from dying man shouts and swears outside court (Daily Mail)

Senators, Obama Yield on Iran (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Turkish prime minister says pope joined 'evil front' plotting against Turkey (Fox News)

A new political order in Scotland threatens to upend the British election (Washington Post - Paywall)

Isis suicide bomber's car gets thrown sky-high before exploding mid-air (Independent)

Romania's PM to propose law to let state take ownership, benefit from proceeds of corruption (Fox News)

Migrant boat capsizes off coast of Italy (Financial Times - Paywall)

Baggage handlers throwing passengers' luggage in Riyadh on video (Daily Mail)

South Korea Orders Review of Airbus A320 Pilots After Jet Skids Off Runway (New York Times - Paywall)

ISIS dragged girl away by hair to sell as sex slave (CNN)

Police attack footballer avoids jail (BBC)

The Freshman Year Experience: Meet the Students (NBC News)

Gaza police confiscate disputed Banksy door (CNN)

The first Bergen-Belsen liberator (BBC)

Mother's joy as teen son speaks for the first time (CNN)

Poll reveals the list of 50 things that make us feel great (Daily Mail)

Protests shut southern Indian city after police killed 20 alleged sandalwood smugglers (Fox News)

VIDEO: Police ram car into armed man (BBC)

European Union Files Antitrust Charges Against Google (Time Magazine)

Congress Will Not Derail Nuclear Talks, Iran Says (NBC News)

Isis in Mexico: Right-wing watchdog claims 'Islamic State' fighters have established a base 'eight miles from the US border' (Independent)

Snapped: North Korea's first couple (CNN)

VIDEO: Cop asks man in wheelchair to 'PROVE' he is disabled in shocking viral footage (Daily Star)

Nick Clegg Insists 'Momentum Is Building' Behind Lib Dems In Election Campaign (Huffington Post)

18-month old twin boys drown in canal as mother tried to fend off bee attack in Arizona (Independent)

Sicilian port authorities face continued flow of migrants despite deaths video (Guardian)

Burberry sales jump by 9% as ponchos, trench coats and scarves fly off the shelves (Daily Mail)

Driver Trapped in Tornado's Path Captures Incredible Video (NBC News)

New year celebrations in Asia in pictures (Guardian)

Chinese man grows 33lbs turnip which is 4ft long (Daily Mail)

An ode to the election (BBC)

General Election 2015 Manifestos 'Public Foreplay' Ahead Of Hung Parliament Negotiations (Huffington Post)

Cameroon villagers find remains of American pilot nearly year after plane disappeared (Fox News)

Israel cheers as Obama retreats before Congress on Iran deal (Russia Today)

Economy dominates election campaign (BBC)

Why does ISIS destroy antiquities? (CNN)

North Korea's first lady makes rare public appearance (CNN)

Spending on mobile phones and tablets to reach £54bn a year in next decade (Daily Mail)

Jimmy Kimmel Says That the Viral Dennis Quaid Meltdown Video Isn't a Stunt for His Show (Time Magazine)

Labour plans to allow working grandparents to take four weeks off unpaid for grandchildren (Daily Mail)

General Election 2015: Ukip Leader Nigel Farage Says His Is 'Party Of Defence' (Huffington Post)

Key battlegrounds in fight against ISIS (CNN)

Ed Balls says post-election SNP deal would be 'betrayal of the English vote' (Daily Mail)

Karen Buckley Missing: Police Search Park Where Glasgow Student's Handbag Was Found (Huffington Post)

Iran says it is negotiating with world powers, not the U.S. Congress (Washington Post - Paywall)

This Is the First Doughnut to Be Launched Into Space (Time Magazine)

US Congress to have say on Iran deal (BBC)

Obama to remove Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism (Guardian)

WATCH: Bruce Jenner speaks out for first time ahead of tell-all sex change interview (Daily Express)

U.S. Congress will not derail nuclear talks, Iran says (Reuters)

Obama removes Cuba from terrorism list (Channel4)

Karen Buckley: Police scour park in hunt for missing student (Daily Star)

This Country Looks Like It Will Grow Faster Than China This Year (Time Magazine)

Hundreds feared drowned off Libya (BBC)

Man held by counter terrorism police (BBC)

Survivors Tell Aid Group Some 400 Migrants Drowned Off Libya (Time Magazine)

Hundreds of migrants believed to have drowned off Libya after boat capsizes (Guardian)

Mobile users paying £92 a year for phones we already own (Daily Mail)

Poundland sales top £1bn for first time: Further rise puts chain on same level with WH Smith as discount stores continue to transform Britain's high streets (Daily Mail)

Nokia agrees deal with Alcatel-Lucent (BBC)

UN nuclear inspectors arrive in Iran on long stalled visit to try and probe suspicious tests (Fox News)

MPs demand police inquiry as Clydesdale Bank is fined £21m for duping PPI regulator (Daily Mail)

Conflicting Iran-US takes on informal agreement means tough work ahead for final nuke deal (Fox News)

Cubans Hail Removal From U.S. List of State Terrorism Sponsors (Time Magazine)

Young people played a game-changing role in the battle against Ebola in Liberia (Guardian)

Russian girls' 'twerking bees' video sparks criminal investigation at dance school (Independent)

Police continue stabbing probe (BBC)

UK weather sees sun worshippers enjoy hottest day of the year so far (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: What you need to know before climbing Mount Everest this year (Washington Post - Paywall)

Christians who speak the language of Jesus being uprooted by Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Judge Orders Man Convicted in '91 Killing Released (NBC News)

Greece rules out early election (Reuters)

General Election 2015: Lib Dems Want To Run The Department For Education (Huffington Post)

Graphic dashcam footage shows Arizona police car ramming into suspect to detain him (Independent)

Kerry joins G7 foreign ministers' meeting in Germany after US compromise on Iran bill (Fox News)

WATCH: Dramatic moment police car deliberately ploughs into suspect nearly killing him' (Daily Express)

Ramadi in danger of falling to ISIS (CNN)

400+ migrants off Italy may be missing (CNN)

Reports of major disturbance in Darwin detention center, Australia, police deployed (Russia Today)

'Weak' British jihadists face EXECUTION by Islamic State because they want to come home (Daily Express)

In South Korea, many skeptical that public safety has improved a year after ferry tragedy (Fox News)

Asiana Plane Clips Towers, Veers Off Runway in Japan (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Taiwan left off list of 57 charter members of China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (Fox News)

Man on horse beaten by deputies: Attack 'felt like an eternity' (CNN)

Around the world: First battery-powered rocket engine (CBS News)

Cuba praises US terror list pledge (BBC)

Woman starves child to rid him of "demon," police say (CBS News)

One year later: Nigerian schoolgirls still missing (CBS News)

See Cuba before it looks like everywhere else (CNN)

Asiana plane skids off Japan runway (BBC)

Obama asks Congress to take Cuba off terror list (CNN)

Cubans hail removal of their island from US government's list of state sponsors of terrorism (Fox News)

U.S. Warns Iran to Halt Unilateral Military Moves in Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

New Michigan bill on police body cams would exempt some footage from FOIA (Russia Today)

Five-times the trouble! Proud parents welcome first set of all-girl quintuplets born in the United States (Daily Mail)

World Briefing: Egypt: Barring of Gay Man Upheld (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama 'unlikely' to get ISIS action (CNN)

First name basis? Stop calling her Hillary (CNN)

White House needs Congress on Iran (CNN)

Zakaria: Is Iran rational? (CNN)

Chicago Mayor Endorses Reparations for Police Torture Victims (Time Magazine)

Obama sending $200mn in humanitarian aid to Iraq as ISIS battle rages (Russia Today)

Mass police violence protests held in NYC, Bay Area (CBS News)

Will methane in the Arctic speed up global warming? New source of gas found in North Pole - and there may be more of it than first thought (Daily Mail)

Senate panel OKs compromise bill on Iran (Los Angeles Times)

Father of Chris Lane, the Australian baseball player killed in Oklahoma, tells of family's ordeal video (Guardian)

Video Shows Arizona Officer Using Car to Ram Suspect (Time Magazine)

Asiana Plane Skids Off Japan Runway (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Porsche 918 Spyder hybrid supercar hits 350 km/h in Australian outback - video (Guardian)

Lawyer finds surveillance software baked into hard drive supplied by police (Russia Today)

Video shows Arizona cop car ramming armed suspect (CBS News)

Obama Nixing Cuba From Terrorism Sponsors List (NBC News)

Video Shows Arizona Cop Ramming Suspect with Car (NBC News)

Daniel Craig named as UN global advocate against landmines (Guardian)

Obama plans to remove Cuba's designation as state sponsor of terrorism (Los Angeles Times)

Wrong way! One man left injured after OAP causes chaos on busy dual carriageway by driving on wrong side of the road (Daily Mail)

Iran Says it Doesn't Want to Dominate Yemen (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

SpaceX Falcon 9 blasts off for ISS (CBS News)

US Army reveals first blast test dummy: Smart system will allow them to see exactly hoe the human body reacts when blown up (Daily Mail)

Obama Yields to Giving Congress Say on Iran Nuclear Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama tells Congress he plans to remove Cuba from terrorism list (Reuters)

Obama pledges more humanitarian aid to visiting Iraqi premier (Los Angeles Times)

Plane Skids off Runway in Japan (NBC News)

EU set to file antitrust lawsuit against Google for unfair practices (Russia Today)

Obama Gives Visiting Iraqi Premier Aid and an Endorsement (New York Times - Paywall)

What happens next with Cuba and the terror list (CBS News)

Religious, political tensions hamper fight against ISIS in Iraq (CBS News)

I trapped shoplifter for 3 hours ... then police just let her go (Daily Mail)

House prices fall my £2,000 in a month ahead of general election (Daily Mail)

US to take Cuba off terror list (BBC)

Poundland sales top £1bln for first time, says it will 'carefully consider' competition probe threat (Daily Mail)

Kate Middleton gets 10% off for giving birth at Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital again (Daily Mail)

White House Open to Senate Bill on Iran Nuclear Deal (NBC News)

Here's a Breakdown of the Tourists Who Visited Vegas Last Year (Time Magazine)

White House would accept current version of Iran bill (CBS News)

In setback, Obama concedes Congress role on Iran deal (Reuters)

Hillary Clinton makes first campaign stop in Iowa in pictures (Guardian)

Daniel Craig appointed U.N. advocate against landmines (Daily Mail)

S-300 in Iran no threat to Israel': Putin briefs Netanyahu on defensive weapons concept (Russia Today)

Obama removes Cuba from state sponsors of terror list (CBS News)

Brazil police force squatters from intended Olympics luxury hotel (Guardian)

Family recounts horrors of ISIS captivity (CNN)

Iraqi forces struggling to keep ISIS from advancing (CNN)

Mexico oil spill cuts off drinking water for capital of Gulf coast state of Tabasco (Fox News)

Top of the Profs: Hawking and Cox switch physics for pop in music video spoof (Daily Star)

Cheeky Brits set to bunk off work as temperature continues to heat up (Daily Star)

NBA Player Blames Police for Season-Ending Injury (Time Magazine)

European Commission to announce antitrust charges against Google (Guardian)

400 Migrants Feared Drowned After Capsize off Libya (NBC News)

Obama removes Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism (Washington Post - Paywall)

One Year After #BringBackOurGirls, Protests Remember Missing Students (Newsweek Magazine)

Obama agrees Congress deal on Iran vote (Financial Times - Paywall)

America's First All-Girl Quintuplets Born in Texas Hospital (Time Magazine)

Oklahoma reserve deputy who shot black man released on bond - video (Guardian)

Plane diverted after man found in cargo (CNN)

Obama to remove Cuba from terror list (Financial Times - Paywall)

US-Cuba relations: President Obama removes Caribbean nation from 'terror sponsor' list (Independent)

Obama's Move to Drop Cuba From Terror List Sets Up Showdown with Congress (Time Magazine)

Clinton kicks off Iowa campaign (BBC)

Obama warns Iran its fighters in Iraq must answer to Baghdad (Reuters)

In Iowa, Hillary Clinton seeks to 'lift up' good actors in education - video (Guardian)

Pig race to predict general election sees David HAM-eron bring home the bacon (Daily Mail)

#ShutDownA14: Protesters against police brutality barricade Brooklyn Bridge (Russia Today)

Iran nuclear deal: senators reach bipartisan compromise to pave way for vote (Guardian)

Remarkable Gallipoli Pictures Show The First World War Battlefield Then And Now (Huffington Post)

Congress and White House strike deal on Iran legislation (Washington Post - Paywall)

Jake Gyllenhaal, Taran Killam to Star in Little Shop of Horrors Off Broadway (Time Magazine)

Boehner Calls for Expanded Role for U.S. Troops in Fighting ISIS in Iraq (New York Times - Paywall)

Torture victims to get $5.5 million from Chicago police (Russia Today)

Mexico, US, Canada groups ask UN to list Monarch butterfly reserve as in danger (Fox News)

Protesters in New York Demonstrating Against Police Brutality Block Traffic on Brooklyn Bridge (Newsweek Magazine)

Former Central African presidents sign peace deal in Kenya (Reuters)

Second man arrested over murder of Syrian preacher (Daily Star)

Deadly Texas High School Building Collapse Caught on Video (NBC News)

WorldViews: The British election is the most unpredictable in a generation. Here's why. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Unless there's a video, police go free': Call for justice after fatal shootings (Russia Today)

Buckingham Palace sentry slips and falls in front of tourists in video (Daily Mail)

Pledging to wear saris all year long (BBC)

Judge halts Missouri execution of black man sentenced by all-white jury (Guardian)

GOP Hawks Flip-Flop on Iran Deal (Newsweek Magazine)

Model and DJ born a man Munroe Bergdorf fulfilled dream of being a woman (Daily Mail)

Obama: US expects Iran to have 'important relationship' with Iraq - video (Guardian)

WorldViews: This ultra-Orthodox web site may be the first publication to remove Kim Kardashian from a photo (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: After 33 years, the U.S. dropped its claim that Cuba sponsors terrorism. Here's what it means. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Kenyan police chief's misuse of plane fuels anger over Garissa massacre (Guardian)

Russia confirms Iran oil-for-goods swap, no signs seen (Reuters)

Boko Haram Abducted Nigerian Girls One Year Ago (New York Times - Paywall)

WorldViews: The U.S. and Cuba will soon agree to reopen their embassies. Here's what happens next. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Obama officially asks Congress to remove Cuba from terror list (Russia Today)

Mental Health Must Become a Key Issue in This Election - I'm Proud to Say the Lib Dems Have Thrown Down the Gauntlet (Huffington Post)

Cuba Removed From U.S. State Sponsors of Terrorism List (Newsweek Magazine)

Yaya Toure Should Be First Out of Manchester City in Their Summer Reshuffle (Huffington Post)

U.N. approves arms embargo against Yemens rebels (CBS News)

Obama Endorses Removing Cuba From Terrorism List (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama to meet West African presidents on Wednesday to discuss Ebola (Reuters)

Kim Jong-un's wife Ri Sol-Ju seen for first time at football match (Daily Mail)

Year after schoolgirls taken, report catalogs Boko Haram atrocities (Los Angeles Times)

Israeli Leader Expresses Dismay Over Russian Sale of Missiles to Iran (New York Times - Paywall)

Iraqs al-Abadi appeals to Obama for more help against ISIS (CBS News)

War with Isis: Give us military aid to 'finish' militants, Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi tells President Obama on visit to White House (Independent)

400 migrants die in shipwreck off Libya, survivors say (Reuters)

Iran expects delivery of Russian air defense missiles by end of the year (Fox News)

Cybercriminals Had a Banner Year in 2014: Report (NBC News)

Tulsa shooting highlights cash-strapped call to reserves in US police depts (Russia Today)

Asiana Airlines jet skids off runway (CBS News)

Airstrikes not the answer': Iran proposes peace plan for Yemen (Russia Today)

Obama Would Sign Current Senate Bill on Iran Talks: White House (Newsweek Magazine)

U.N. confirms new push for Syria talks, Iran to be invited (Reuters)

Napoleonic fort off the coast of Tenby to get 100m footbridge (Daily Mail)

Iran nuclear talks to resume on April 21, Zarif says (Reuters)

Twins drown as mom fends off bee (CNN)

Election 2015 in pictures: 14 April (BBC)

Russia Iran oil-for-goods deal on Kremlin (Russia Today)

Woman glues boyfriend naked to a chair with waxing strips in video (Daily Mail)

Australian father beaten and robbed by group of '20 youths' in front of daughter after collecting her from cinema - video (Independent)

The Race Against Time to Convict Surviving Nazis (Newsweek Magazine)

15 Cat GIFs To Distract You From The 2015 General Election (Huffington Post)

Pooh Bear stink: Russian schoolgirls' twerk video goes viral, inquiry launched (Russia Today)

Palestinian medical workers can drive into Israel for the first time in 15 years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Sussex Police Alerted To More Toxic Sausages As Dog Walkers Warned Over Poisoning (Huffington Post)

Missing From the Cuba Thaw: Basic Human Rights (Newsweek Magazine)

#BringBackOurGirls one year on (CNN)

Margaret Thatcher's Finchley Constituency Could Fall To Labour At The General Election (Huffington Post)

Tube Video Shows Sexual Harassment On London Underground As Part Of Report It To Stop It Campaign (Huffington Post)

US states' sanctions on Iran unlikely to sink the nuclear deal' (Russia Today)

Know your enemy: Aussie defense minister can't name ISIS leader in interview (Russia Today)

Russia gives Clinton video 18+ rating (CNN)

Percy Sledge Dead: When A Man Loves A Woman' Singer Dies, Aged 73 (Huffington Post)

Louisiana cops arrested for taking company bribe to plant drugs on innocent man (Russia Today)

Michael Gove Accidentally Admits It's Too Late For The Conservatives To Win The Election (Huffington Post)

#BringBackOurGirls - one year on from kidnappings (Channel4)

Scottish mum and illustrator Lucy Scott chronicles first year of parenthood in revealing series of brutally honest doodles (Daily Mail)

Britain's vainest man Sam Barton targeted by online trolls and pelted with eggs (Daily Mail)

1 year on, Nigeria admits kidnapped girls may be lost (CBS News)

WorldViews: A twerking video has prompted a national debate in Russia and an official inquiry (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Australia's defense minister is unable to name the leader of the Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Man charged with hacking US lottery (BBC)

Post reporter Jason Rezaian faces limited lawyer access before Iran trial (Washington Post - Paywall)

Chibok: What we know a year on (BBC)

Voter-Targeting Technology Could Cost UK Conservatives the Election (Newsweek Magazine)

Q&A: China's first quarter GDP (Financial Times - Paywall)

U.S. warships head for ISIS fight (CNN)

ISIS suicide bomber's car explodes in MID-AIR in video (Daily Mail)

Are the Media Feeding the ISIS Monster? (Newsweek Magazine)

Nottingham police hunt vandal who damaged car park barrier (Daily Mail)

Jet deal signals India procurement shift (Financial Times - Paywall)

Tulsa police officer charged with manslaughter (Channel4)

U.N. Security Council to vote on arms embargo against Yemen rebels (CBS News)

Putin lifts Russia's ban on delivery of S-300 missile system to Iran (Los Angeles Times)

Carrier bridge idea floated by lawmaker unlikely to take off (Russia Today)

ISIS raid traps refugees in 'deepest circle of hell' (CNN)

UAE donation to NYPD police foundation raises transparency, fairness concerns (Russia Today)

Russia unblocks Iran missile deliveries (Financial Times - Paywall)

Buhari's APC wins Nigeria state elections (Financial Times - Paywall)

Election 2015 in pictures: 13 April (BBC)

Islamic State 'withdraws from Yarmouk camp' (Channel4)

Islamic State fighters' nihilistic campaign against history (Channel4)

Tulsa officer shoots man dead after Taser 'mistake' - video (Channel4)

Nimrud: Islamic State 'destroys' ancient city in Iraq (Channel4)

Can Obama get Latin America right? (CNN)

US and Cuba to follow handshake with first talks since 1959 (Channel4)

Election 2015 in pictures: 10 April (BBC)

A warmer Latin climate for Obama (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

CNN exclusive with jailed ISIS fighters (CNN)

The old man who won't go away (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The First State comes last (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Not yet the real deal (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Lights, camera, election (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Shamima's list (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)

U.S. lawmakers to Haiti Senate: Vote for election law (Miami Herald)