Trump encourages violence

He suggested last week that his political supporters might resort to violence if they didn’t get their way

Family of NZ mosque gunman devastated for victims

Marie Fitzgerald, the grandmother of the suspected Australian man, spoke publicly for the first time after the killings 

Two young musicians kept the guests entertained at the exhibition. Photo courtesy of Tang Lu

Bangladesh art exhibitions in Colombo

Among the artists featured are Hashem Khan, Shamsuddoha, Kanak Chanpa, Jahangir Hossain, Maksuda Iqbal Nipa, Priti Ali, Monjur Rashid, and Rafi Haque

Photo from India Times

King of Surf Guitar dies at 81

Dick Dale was known for ‘Misirlou,’ which Tarantino used as the opening anthem to his film ‘Pulp Fiction’

Bangladeshi students from the class where Rohingya students were expelled by the authorities are seen at Leda high school, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Feb 9, 2019. Picture taken February 9, 2019. REUTERS/Jiraporn Kuhakan

Rohingya children struggle to study in Bangladesh camps

Hasina has said the country cannot afford to integrate them

Talks go nowhere

Bangabandhu warned Bengalis of the need to offer great sacrifices for the attainment of their goals

Ronaldo faces disciplinary hearing

He faces action for his celebration after one of the goals against Atletico

Afghanistan win first ever Test match

Rahmat Shah’s batting helped them secure a seven-wicket win against Ireland

Flooding caused by Cyclone Idai is seen in Chipinge, Zimbabwe, Mar 16, 2019 in this still image taken from social media video obtained Mar 17, 2019. REUTERS

Cyclone leaves 157 dead in Zimbabwe, Mozambique

Vast areas of land have been flooded, roads destroyed and communications disrupted

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Traders burn Chinese products during a protest against, what they say, China preventing an U.N. Security Council committee from blacklisting Masood Azhar the head of Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), in New Delhi, India March 19, 2019. Reuters

Indian traders burn Chinese goods

China veto to block UNSC from blacklisting Pakistan-based Islamist leader angers India

Flags at half-mast after Utrecht shooting

A suspect  Gokmen Tanis  was detained after a seven-hour manhunt, and by Dutch law must be brought before a judge by Thursday.

Photo from India Times

King of Surf Guitar dies at 81

Dick Dale was known for ‘Misirlou,’ which Tarantino used as the opening anthem to his film ‘Pulp Fiction’