ABC News: International 5 April 2018

Sumo in uproar as women first responders ordered out of ring

The head of Japan's sumo association has apologized over an incident in which women first responders were asked to get out of the ring as they attempted to revive an official who collapsed

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Buses leave US Embassy in Moscow on expulsion deadline day

Three buses believed to be carrying expelled diplomats have departed from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow

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Daughter of poisoned spy says she's recovering

The poisoned daughter of an ex-Russian spy says she's recovering quickly after the poisoning, while Russia strongly protests being locked out of the probe into their poisoning

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The Latest: Russia won't believe probe it isn't part of

Russia's top diplomat says Moscow must participate in a probe into the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy in Britain and see evidence if it is to accept the probe's results

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Koreas holds preparatory talks to set up Kim-Moon summit

The Koreas hold preparatory talks to set up the summit between their national leaders amid a global diplomatic push to resolve the tension over the North's nuclear program

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Archaeologists find remains of Greco-Roman temple in Egypt

Egypt says archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a temple in the western desert dating back to the Greco-Roman period

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WATCH: New details on death of American family in Mexico

Police in Mexico now believe the Sharp family, of Iowa, died after propane leaked from a rusted water heater in a condo near Tulum.

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Migrants leave caravan camp in southern Mexico

Migrants have begun to board buses and leave a caravan camp in southern Mexico that has drawn criticism from U.S. President Donald Trump

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Alliance says charges against ex-PM could lead to death

Sudanese prosecutors have charged a leading opposition figure and ex-premier of 'coordinating with armed rebel movements to overthrow the regime'

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