US pilots must complete new training approved by the Federal Aviation Administration following the Ethiopian Airlines crash on March 10

US pilots must complete new training approved by the Federal Aviation Administration following the crash in Ethiopia on March 10

Trump says US will recognise Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights

Recognition of the disputed area marks a major shift in US policy as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu campaigns for re-election

US envoy blames Houthis for Yemen peace deal delays

Ambassador says group’s weapons pose danger to the region, but remains upbeat a deal will be implemented in the port of Hodeidah

Venezuela arrests top aide to Juan Guaido

Opposition leader's chief of staff nabbed by intelligence officers in pre-dawn raid

Businessman close to Algeria’s Bouteflika under pressure to quit

Strategic partners,  from members of the governing FLN party to trade unionists, have abandoned the president

Populists deal senate blow to Dutch leader Mark Rutte

Surge of support for new party makes it the largest party in the upper house

Mike Pompeo hardens US stance against Hezbollah as risk to Middle East stability

US secretary of state targets  the Lebanese party, as well as Hamas and Yemeni Houthis

Aid workers widen search for Mozambique cyclone survivors as death toll mounts

UN says 200,000 Zimbabweans will need food aid for three months and rescue workers scouring rural areas for survivors of the region's worst disaster

Crash pilot 'had no training' on new Boeing simulator

Captain of crashed Ethiopian Airlines plane was due for a refresher course

Ghana, Togo and Benin on high alert against jihadist threat

West African countries fear attacks could spread from Burkina Faso

US jobless claims fall but job growth slows

Number of people applying for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week as Federal Reserve held interest rate steady

New Zealand bans assault weapons

The killings by an Australian white supremacist have caused national soul-searching over New Zealand's lax gun laws

Carlos Ghosn’s legacy of dubious deals and unbridled power

Details about how the former Nissan chair ran the company show an Emperor-like approach to management, with few questions raised

Amnesty International warns US may have committed war crimes in Somalia

The US military rejects the report, saying it has killed 800 militants in air strikes over the past two years, but has not hurt or killed a single civilian

UN tribunal extends Radovan Karadžić’s sentence for war crimes and genocide

Radovan Karadžić had been given a sentence of 40 years, but this has been determined to ‘inadequately reflect' the extent of his war crimes

With days to spare, Theresa May asks EU for Brexit extension

In June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU, and nine days before the formal exit deadline it is still arguing over how, when and even if it should go

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