Stampede during Pakistan ration distribution kills 11

Eleven people have been killed in a stampede during the distribution of food aid in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi, officials say.

Delaware jury to decide if Fox is liable for defaming Dominion

WILMINGTON, Delaware, March 31 (Reuters) – A jury will decide whether Fox Corp defamed Dominion Voting Systems with false vote-rigging claims aired by Fox News after the 2020 U.S. election, a Delaware judge ruled on Friday, dealing a setback to the media company that had sought to avoid a trial in the $1.6 billion lawsuit. (Reporting by Tom Hals in Wilmington, Delawared; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

Romanian court releases Andrew Tate to house arrest

A Romanian court has ruled internet personality Andrew Tate can be moved to house detention while prosecutors investigate him for suspected human trafficking.

Nasdaq set for best qtr since 2020, latest inflation data a boost

The Nasdaq was set to post its biggest quarterly gain since June 2020, with U.S. stocks rallying on Friday as signs of cooling inflation bolstered hopes the Federal Reserve might soon end its aggressive interest rate hikes.

King heads to Hamburg on last leg of 1st foreign trip

King Charles and the Queen Consort have boarded a high-speed train bound for Hamburg for the final day of their state visit to Germany.

Ukraine vows never to forgive on Bucha anniversary

As Ukrainians mark the anniversary of the liberation of Bucha, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says they will never forgive those behind alleged atrocities there.

Britain strikes deal to join trans-Pacific trade pact

The UK has agreed to join trans-Pacific trade pact that includes Australia and Japan, in the biggest new trade deal Britain has struck since leaving the EU.