The soldiers' families say they were returned as part of a swap with Russia - 160 bodies on each side.
Her approach has been criticised but she said she had "nothing to apologise for".
The mood among Tory MPs suggests the PM's woes are far from over, writes Nick Eardley.
This is not the first time India's ruling party has faced global opprobrium for alleged Islamophobia.
Allison Fluke-Ekren admitted to leading an all-female IS unit in Syria and plotting attacks on the US.
The actor spoke was born in Uvalde, Texas, where 21 people died in a school shooting last month.
A new map traces the shape of the remote ocean bed surrounding Antarctica.
Thousands of migrants are headed to the US in a caravan timed to coincide with the Summit of the Americas.
The EU has provisionally agreed new mobile devices must, by autumn 2024, use the same type of charger.
Many countries around the world, including many in Europe, are expected to face recession, it says.
Under the deal EU member states would have to follow common rules but not have the same rates.
Two days after Dom Phillips disappeared, his wife appeals to Brazil to locate "the love of my life".
Human rights activists say the number of reported so-called 'honour killings' in Iran is rising
The Jamaican Football Federation says general secretary Dalton Wint will resign after the men's side refused to play until he quit.
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