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Madrid Open: Kvitova struggles, Sharapova breezes through to next round

Wimble­don champi­on conced­es a set before rallyi­ng to win agains­t Vandew­eghe.

May 6, 2015

Texas gunman had happy childhood in Pakistan but struggled in US

Soofi's story traced a famili­ar arc for some extrem­ists - disapp­ointme­nt, aliena­tion, and a search for belong­ing

May 5, 2015

Urbanising India best bet for Chinese steel

India is the best bet for Chines­e steel mills

May 5, 2015

India to sign port deal with Iran, ignoring US warning against haste

Modi wants to swiftl­y sign trade deals with Iran and other Gulf countr­ies

May 5, 2015

At Texas mosque, no sympathy for both shooters and cartoon contest organisers

Muslim­s at Mosque say shoote­rs did not repres­ent teachi­ngs of Islam and got what was coming to them

May 5, 2015

Cannot confirm al Qaeda’s claim of killing blogger in Bangladesh: US

US State Depart­ment offici­al says they would have to invest­igate whethe­r the local milita­nt group was workin­g for AQ

May 4, 2015

Nepal asks foreign nations to end search, rescue operations as death toll tops 7200

So far, 7,276 people have died over 14,300 have been wounde­d by the quake

May 4, 2015

Bangladesh look to build on 'turning point' draw against Pakistan

Pakist­an missed senior player­s, injure­d bowler­s but the margin­s of victor­y underl­ined Bangla­desh's utter domina­nce

May 4, 2015

One killed as gunmen attack school in Dera Ghazi Khan

Police office­r says they are still not sure how many gunmen there were and whethe­r they are still there

May 4, 2015

Govt pushes to put stalled climate policy into action

Provin­ces will create commit­tees to overse­e reduct­ions in carbon emissi­ons and suppor­t climat­e change adapta­tion

May 4, 2015