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The never-ending flow of news can be overwhelming. Let’s stop for a moment to make sense of the critical events shaping our world. Insiders brings you in-depth investigations and exclusive reports from the field.
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Kim Jong Un meets Vladimir Putin for first time at summit

Kim Jong Un meets Vladimir Putin for first time at summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met Vladimir Putin at a summit between the two countries. The summit marks Mr Kim's first trip to Russia.
Press Association
1min
World News - Iran's foreign minister proposes prisoner swap for jailed British-Iranian mother

Iran's foreign minister proposes prisoner swap for jailed British-Iranian mother

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif has suggested he is open to the idea of a prisoner swap involving British-Iranian mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was jailed in 2016.
Euronews
William meets Christchurch first responders in New Zealand

William meets Christchurch first responders in New Zealand

Prince William meets first responders to Christchurch attack
ITN
4mins
Climate protesters glue themselves to London Stock Exchange

Climate protesters glue themselves to London Stock Exchange

Six protesters, five men and one woman, from Extinction Rebellion have glued themselves to an entrance to the London Stock Exchange. The Extinction Rebellion demonstrators glued themselves to entrances to the exchange in the City of London wearing...
Press Association
1min
Comoros hit by cyclone Kenneth

Comoros hit by cyclone Kenneth

Tropical storm Kenneth sweeps through Comoros causing widespread damage.
AFP
2mins
Silent streets after dozens of children killed in Sri Lanka

Silent streets after dozens of children killed in Sri Lanka

The streets of Sri Lanka's Katuwapitiya should be full of the sound of children's games. But after the deadly Easter attacks that killed at least 45 children, they have fallen silent.
AFP
1min
World News - UN: 20 million missed vaccinations each year causing global measles outbreaks

UN: 20 million missed vaccinations each year causing global measles outbreaks

In high income countries, the US, France then Britain have had the highest numbers of unvaccinated children between 2010-2017.
Euronews
2mins
Putin and Kim shake hands for the first time

Putin and Kim shake hands for the first time

The two leaders meet on Russky Island near the port city of Vladivostok, in Russia's far east.
BBC News
1min
Sri Lanka hunts clues to Easter bombings as toll climbs to 359

Sri Lanka hunts clues to Easter bombings as toll climbs to 359

Sri Lankan authorities have swept up more people, including foreigners, for questioning as they probe the Easter Sunday bombings, which killed 359 people in potentially the deadliest attack claimed by Islamic State.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Tails never fails (sometimes) at The Australian

Tails never fails (sometimes) at The Australian

Hundreds cram around a stage at The Australian to take part in the annual tradition of two-up.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Indigenous protest in Brazil over land rights

Indigenous protest in Brazil over land rights

Thousands of indigenous people decorated with traditional feathers and body paint gather at Brazil's capital to defend hard-won land rights which many fear could be eroded by far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.
AFP
1min
World News - Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un meet for the first time

Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un meet for the first time

Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Far East Federal University campus on Russky Island, in the city of Vladivostok on Thursday.
Euronews
1min
RAW: Perth's Anzac Day march

RAW: Perth's Anzac Day march

Participants in Perth's Anzac Day march make their way through the city's streets. Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australian service men and women.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Putin arrives in Vladivostok for first summit with Kim

Putin arrives in Vladivostok for first summit with Kim

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Vladivostok for his first-ever talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
AFP
13secs
William receives traditional greeting from NZ PM

William receives traditional greeting from NZ PM

Duke of Cambridge greeted with a traditional Maori nose rub from New Zealand's prime minister at Anzac Day service in New Zealand.
Press Association
1min
Amnesty urges Lebanon to help end domestic worker abuse

Amnesty urges Lebanon to help end domestic worker abuse

London-based rights group Amnesty International launches a campaign urging Lebanon to end what it described as an "inherently abusive" migration sponsorship system governing the lives of tens of thousands of foreigners working in private homes. Th...
AFP
1min
RAW: Wreaths laid at Adelaide dawn service

RAW: Wreaths laid at Adelaide dawn service

Wreaths are laid at the Anzac Day dawn service in Adelaide. The service, which lasted about 50 minutes, concluded with the national anthems of Australia and New Zealand.
Australian Associated Press
2mins
Thousands march on Anzac Day in Sydney

Thousands march on Anzac Day in Sydney

Sydney's Anzac Day march heads down Elizabeth St in the CBD as onlookers wave flags and applaud the participants. Onlooker Ian McPherson, joined by his wife Rhonda and grandsons Tyce, 9, and Nate, 11, speaking to AAP says he has attended for close...
Australian Associated Press
4mins
RAW: Veterans, families in Brisbane Anzac Day march

RAW: Veterans, families in Brisbane Anzac Day march

Veterans and families take part in the Brisbane Anzac Day march. They joined serving defence force personnel and other commemorating members of the public in the march down Adelaide Street through the city centre.
Australian Associated Press
1min
RAW: Anzac Day march in Brisbane now includes families

RAW: Anzac Day march in Brisbane now includes families

Anzac Day march in Brisbane through the centre of the city. For the first time veterans families are marching in the Brisbane Anzac Day parade behind banners citing the military campaigns their loved ones fought in.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Baltimore program points kids to violins over violence

Baltimore program points kids to violins over violence

In the wake of the 2015 riots against police brutality, Baltimore is recognized more for violence and social inequality than it is for music. But the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is looking to change that through a free program, called OrchKids, s...
AFP
2mins
South Africa pupils open up to wounds of apartheid past

South Africa pupils open up to wounds of apartheid past

A quarter of a century after the advent of democracy in South Africa, teaching apartheid remains a difficult ride. For educators, there is the challenge of finding balance and emotion to convey this terrible chapter of the country's history. For s...
AFP
2mins
Soweto virtuosos embrace 'white people' music

Soweto virtuosos embrace 'white people' music

For many years, playing in an orchestra was largely associated with Western countries and white musicians. But a small school in the heart of Soweto, Johannesburg, is working to break the mould.
AFP
2mins
EXPLAINER: Anzac Day spirit strong as ever in 2019

EXPLAINER: Anzac Day spirit strong as ever in 2019

The desire of Australians to honour the country's servicemen and women hasn't dimmed with thousands attending Anzac Day dawn services more than a century later.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Vladivostok ready to host Putin-Kim summit

Vladivostok ready to host Putin-Kim summit

Vladivostok will host Thursday a first summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The talks will be Kim's first face-to-face meeting with another head of state since his Hanoi summit with US President Dona...
AFP
1min
California hearing on vaccination law draws crowds

California hearing on vaccination law draws crowds

Hundreds of critics of mandatory vaccines were in Sacramento Wednesday opposing a California proposal to give state public health officials instead of local doctors the power to decide which children can skip their shots before attending school.
Associated Press
1min
Jody Wilson-Raybould says Trudeau government has fallen back to 'managing the problem' of First Nati

Jody Wilson-Raybould says Trudeau government has fallen back to 'managing the problem' of First Nati

Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, former Liberal cabinet ministers who were kicked out of caucus early April, speak to B.C.'s First Nations Justice Council in Richmond, B.C. Wilson-Raybould says she fears the federal government has fallen ba...
Canadian Press
3mins
US measles cases hit highest mark in 25 years

US measles cases hit highest mark in 25 years

The CDC said Wednesday that measles in the U.S. has climbed to its highest level in 25 years. Roughly three-quarters of those cases are in two ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities in New York.
Associated Press
2mins
Trump doesn't want war, but could be lured: Iran's Zarif

Trump doesn't want war, but could be lured: Iran's Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif does not believe U.S. President Donald Trump wants war with Iran, but said on Wednesday that Trump could be lured into a conflict.
Reuters
3mins
RAW: Thousands watch Anzac Day haka, corroboree

RAW: Thousands watch Anzac Day haka, corroboree

Thousands of people watch a haka and corroboree performance at Kings Park in Perth following the Anzac Day dawn service.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Homes in Rigaud, Que., sit in the water as spring flooding continues across the province

Homes in Rigaud, Que., sit in the water as spring flooding continues across the province

Homes in Rigaud, Que., sit in the water during spring flooding. One resident says many people have lived in the area for years and don't want to move despite the flooding.
Canadian Press
2mins
Brendan Nelson and Mark Donaldson presser

Brendan Nelson and Mark Donaldson presser

The director the Australian War Memorial, Dr Brendan Nelson AO and Corporal Mark Donaldson VC speak to the media after the Dawn Service in Canberra at the Australian War Memorial Anzac Day commemorations. "To be reminded of the sacrifices made..we...
Australian Associated Press
2mins
Illinois boy found in grave, parents arrested

Illinois boy found in grave, parents arrested

The body of 5-year-old Andrew "AJ" Freund, who was reported missing from his Crystal Lake, Illinois home last week, was discovered buried in a shallow grave on Wednesday and his parents were arrested on murder charges, local police said. Colette Luke has more.
Reuters
1min
RAW: Crowds gathered to mark Adelaide Dawn Service

RAW: Crowds gathered to mark Adelaide Dawn Service

Music plays to crowds gathered at the SA National War Memorial to commemorate Anzac Day. The music plays just prior to the beginning of the dawn service in Adelaide.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Emotional Brendan Nelson describes 'what is the meaning' of Anzac Day

Emotional Brendan Nelson describes 'what is the meaning' of Anzac Day

The director the Australian War Memorial, Dr Brendan Nelson AO is asked if Anzac Day will endure into the future. Mr Nelson says the same question was asked in 1974, and since then generations have embraced and supported the day. 35,000 people att...
Australian Associated Press
2mins
RAW: Crowd gathered at Elephant Rock for Currumbin dawn service

RAW: Crowd gathered at Elephant Rock for Currumbin dawn service

People gathered to to pay tribute to Australia's servicemen and women at Currumbin on the Gold Coast. Two bagpipers walk past Elephant rock, bathed in red light before those gathered can be heard singing.
Australian Associated Press
1min
Anzac War Memorial Canberra: commemorative address by Mark Donaldson VC

Anzac War Memorial Canberra: commemorative address by Mark Donaldson VC

At the Anzac War Memorial Canberra, Corporal Mark Donaldson VC gives the commemorative address at the Dawn Service. Mr Dondaldson is the first recipient of the Victoria Cross in 40 years for conspicuous acts of gallantry in action in Afghanistan.
Australian Associated Press
2mins
Will it be third time lucky for Joe Biden?

Will it be third time lucky for Joe Biden?

The former US vice-president is set to announce that he's running for the White House - again.
BBC News
2mins
Dawn service in Canberra at the Anzac War Memorial

Dawn service in Canberra at the Anzac War Memorial

In Canberra the dawn service is underway with readings of letters written by those involved conflicts over the past 104 years at the Anzac War Memorial. An estimated 35,000 people attended the dawn service this morning.
Australian Associated Press
2mins
Dawn service Melbourne

Dawn service Melbourne

Melbourne Dawn Service Anzac Day from the Shrine of Remembrance.
Australian Associated Press
3mins
Large crowds mark Anzac Day at Martin Place dawn service

Large crowds mark Anzac Day at Martin Place dawn service

A large crowd gather for the Anzac Day dawn service at The Cenoptaph in Martin Place, Sydney. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Governor David Hurley and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack are among the thousands to attend the ceremony and lay ...
Australian Associated Press
3mins
Snipers seen stationed atop the Shrine during the Anzac Day dawn service

Snipers seen stationed atop the Shrine during the Anzac Day dawn service

Snipers can been seen stationed atop the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne during the dawn service on Anzac Day.
Australian Associated Press
1min
AP Top Stories April 24

AP Top Stories April 24

Here's the latest for Tuesday, April 24th: Trump will fight House Democrats subpoenas; The administration has carved out exemptions to new sanctions on Iran; North Korea’s Kim en route to summit with Putin; Scientist create a robotic catheter.
Associated Press
1min
B.C. health officer calls for decriminalization of drug possession

B.C. health officer calls for decriminalization of drug possession

B.C.'s provincial health officer Bonnie Henry urges province to decriminalize possession of drugs to fight an overdose crisis that has already killed thousands. Henry says decriminalization is a way to protect people from highly toxic street drugs...
Canadian Press
2mins
Trump vows all-out fight as Dems push new probes

Trump vows all-out fight as Dems push new probes

President Donald Trump vowed on Wednesday to fight all the way to the Supreme Court against any effort by congressional Democrats to impeach him, even though the U.S. Constitution gives Congress complete authority over the impeachment process. Nathan
Reuters
2mins
Robotic catheter moves through beating pig heart

Robotic catheter moves through beating pig heart

Borrowing from the way cockroaches move along walls, scientists have created a robotic catheter that safely guides itself through a pig's beating heart.
Associated Press
2mins
Pence touts new trade deal during Michigan visit

Pence touts new trade deal during Michigan visit

Vice President Mike Pence touted the tentative North American trade agreement, called USMCA, in a speech to auto industry officials in Michigan Wednesday.
Associated Press
1min
Iran: Trump wants talks, Bolton wants conflict

Iran: Trump wants talks, Bolton wants conflict

Iran: Trump wants talks, Bolton wants conflict
Associated Press
2mins