ABC News: International 1 April 2018

Anti-India protests erupt in Kashmir amid deadly fighting

Massive anti-India protests have erupted in several parts of the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir amid fierce fighting between rebels and government forces that left at least 11 militants and three army soldiers dead

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'Day Zero': How drought, water mismanagement, politics led to crisis

Cape Town is bracing for "Day Zero," the estimated date the city of 4 million people will run out of water.

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ANALYSIS: North-South Korea talks recall the past, except now more is at risk

A difference from the past is that now North Korea is more of a real threat.

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'Hope and dignity:' Pope calls for peace in Easter message

Pope Francis opened Easter festivities with a tweet to his global flock.

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2 British IS members say hostage beheadings were a 'mistake'

Two British members of the Islamic State group who allegedly belonged to cell notorious for the beheading of hostages in northern Syria say that revoking their citizenship denies them a fair trial

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Expelled Russian diplomats return from US amid spy dispute

The expelled diplomats had been based at the Russian Embassy in Washington.

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Pope in Easter Vigil baptizes Nigerian migrant-hero

Francis urges Catholics to not remain paralyzed in the face of injustices.

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4-story hotel collapses in central India, killing 10

A four-story rickety hotel building has collapsed in central India, killing 10 people and injuring three

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California governor pardons 5 men facing deportation

California Gov. Jerry Brown has pardoned five ex-convicts facing deportation, including two who fled the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia four decades ago

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Remains of Indians killed by IS in Iraq to be flown home

The remains of 38 Indian construction workers captured and killed by the Islamic State group in northern Iraq have been handed over to Indian authorities in Baghdad and will be flown home

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US identifies American service member killed by IED in Syria

At least two coalition personnel were killed by an explosion on Thursday.

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WATCH: Pope celebrating Easter Mass

Thousands came to the mass led by the Pope from St. Peter's Square.

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Moderate quake rattles western Iran

Iran's state TV says a 5.3-magnitude earthquake has jolted the country's western province of Kermanshah, with no immediate reports of damage or casualties

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Costa Ricans split over gay marriage vote for next president

Costa Rican voters are electing a new president, choosing between a novelist and former cabinet minister and an evangelical preacher who has capitalized on the backlash against talk of legalizing gay marriage

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