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19th April 2016
Ecuador Quake Losses Could Be As High As $3bn
Ecuador’s president says the losses caused by the recent earthquake are estimated at between $2bn and $3bn.
Pollution Blamed For Chinese Pupils' Sickness
Checks on the children found conditions ranging from coughs to cancer after the school relocated to near old chemical plants.
Snowboarding Champion Dies In Swiss Avalanche
World extreme snowboard champion Estelle Balet was making a film when she was swept away by the snow.
Gay Pride Stabbings: Man Guilty Of Teen's Murder
Shira Banki was marching to “support her friends” when she was killed by Yishai Schlissel, who was freed from prison weeks before.
Islamic State 'Sending More Fighters' To Europe
Belgian authorities believe more Islamic State militants have been sent to Europe following last month’s terrorist attack in Brussels.
Five People Killed As Flooding Hits Houston
The victims are found in submerged vehicles after torrential rain sees nearly two foot of rain fall in parts of the city.
China In 'Dangerous Love' Foreign Spy Warning
Female Chinese government workers are told not to get close to foreigners who might be using them to obtain state secrets.
Bears Mauls Teacher Taking Mountaineering Class
Forest Wagner was teaching on Mount Emmerich in Alaska when he was attacked by a bear with its cubs.
Front Runners Expected To Prosper In New York
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump lead in the polls, but both have been unable to shake off their rivals.
Argentina Returns To Bond Markets After Exile
The country raises its first money on financial markets for 15 years but faces higher interest payments on the proceeds.