While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, April 6 edition

In pictures: Easter Sunday around the world

From the heart of Rome and Jerusalem to India and New York, Christians all over the world celebrated Easter this weekend. We bring you snapshots of their observances in this gallery.

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ISIS video shows extremists destroying Iraqi artefacts

ISIS has released a video in which militants can be seen using rifles and sledgehammers to destroy artefacts at the ancient city of Hatra in Iraq.

Destruction at the Unesco World Heritage Site had already been confirmed by the UN's cultural agency a month ago.

The latest, undated video was released on April 3, a day after the ISIS group lost the city of Tikrit to government and allied forces, its biggest military setback yet in Iraq.

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British teenagers, one just 14 years old, arrested on terrorism offences in continuing crackdown on extremists

Two teenagers from northern England have been arrested on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism, British police said on Sunday.

A 14-year-old boy from Blackburn and a 16-year-old girl from Manchester were arrested on Thursday and Friday respectively as part of an ongoing investigation and have both been bailed until May 28, Greater Manchester Police said in a statement.

The boy was arrested on "suspicion of preparing for an act of terrorism" following the examination of several electronic devices, police said, while the girl was arrested "on suspicion of engaging in conduct in preparation for acts of terrorism".

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US Box Office: Furious 7 races to new record with US$143.6 million debut

Furious 7 raced to the top of the domestic box office, picking up a massive US$143.6 million (S$197.17 million) in its opening weekend.

That establishes a new high-water mark for the month of April, blowing past the US$95 million debut of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, as well as marks the highest grossing kick-off for any film in the Fast and Furious franchise. It also ranks ninth among the top 10 openings in history.

Audiences flocked to see star Paul Walker in one of his final roles. The actor died in a 2013 car crash at the age of 40 and his work on the film was completed by using digital technology and a series of stand-ins.

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Tennis: Novak Djokovic overpowers Andy Murray for fifth Miami Masters title

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic defeated Andy Murray 7-6 (7/3), 4-6, 6-0 on Sunday to win his fifth Miami Masters title.

Serbia's Djokovic pushed his career record against the Scot to 18-8, adding the triumph in the championship match on the hardcourts of Miami to victories over Murray this year in the Australian Open final and the semi-finals of the Indian Wells Masters.

Djokovic became the first man to complete the Indian Wells-Miami Masters title sweep three times.

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