• Trump denies planting tabloid story claiming Cruz affairs
  • Suicide bombing in Pakistan park leaves at least 50 dead

Here are highlights of the top breaking stories from around the world on Sunday:

Bernie Sanders won the Hawaii caucuses, completing a sweep of Saturday’s U.S. presidential contests for Democrats and boosting his claim to have momentum in his uphill fight to stop Hillary Clinton’s run to the nomination. Next up is Wisconsin, which could go either way.

Billionaire activist investor Dan Loeb, of Third Point LLC, warned Seven-Eleven owner Seven & i not to gift-wrap the CEO position for the ailing CEO’s son.

China’s industrial profits stopped a seven-month streak of declines by rising 4.8 percent in February, though officials emphasized that was off a low base and still reflected “many difficulties."

Middle Eastern stocks had a rough start to the week with Saudi Arabia’s benchmark index declining for the fourth consecutive session.

Donald Trump, after letting the salaciousness slather for a couple of days, categorically denied having any hand in the supermarket-tabloid story claiming that Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz had affairs with staff members and other women.

Belgium detained another nine people in a series of raids connected to the Brussels bombings as the country remained mostly on lockdown.

More than 50 people were killed in a suspected suicide bombing in a park in Pakistan. A Pakistani offshoot of the Taliban claimed responsibility in the attack, which was said to have taken place in an area where Christians in the Muslim nation were celebrating Easter.

Critics may hate “Batman v Superman,” but theirs is clearly a minority opinion. Its debut weekend was the fourth-best ever for a superhero movie.

Puerto Rico’s delegate in Congress said he’ll keep working to bottle up a Republican-proposed rescue bill if changes aren’t made -- even it means that the U.S. commonwealth and its muni-bond creditors “go over a cliff -- together -- this summer.” We got a copy of the draft bill, which we first reported on on March 24.

Al Jazeera, after shutting down its U.S. television operations, is restructuring at its main base in Qatar and firing about 500 employees.

Israel’s High Court struck down regulations that would allow Texas-based Noble Energy and Israel’s Delek Group to develop the country’s largest offshore gas field and conclude export deals.

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