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10m Updated SAG Awards: See the full list of winners
The 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be presented Sunday.
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Yellow or Blue? In Hong Kong, Businesses Choose Political Sides24m Updated Yellow or Blue? In Hong Kong, Businesses Choose Political Sides
Shops and restaurants are now being labeled either yellow, to note support for the city’s protest movement, or blue, in support of the police. The move is having a big economic impact.
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Liberal moderate Peter Gutwein to replace Will Hodgman as next premier of Tasmania30m Liberal moderate Peter Gutwein to replace Will Hodgman as next premier of Tasmania
The treasurer will be elected unopposed after state growth minister Michael Ferguson dropped out of the running The Tasmanian treasurer, Peter Gutwein, will be elected unopposed as the state’s premier after senior minister Michael Ferguson dropped out of the running to replace Will Hodgman. Gutwein and Ferguson, the state growth minister, were vying for the top job in what is seen as a contest between the party’s moderate and conservative factions.
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30m Updated At least 2 police officers killed in Hawaii shooting as suspect sets house on fire
The FBI said Sunday authorities are responding to an "active shooter" in Waikiki, Hawaii.
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China Reports Jump in Deadly Virus Cases, Adding to Fears of Outbreak34m China Reports Jump in Deadly Virus Cases, Adding to Fears of Outbreak
The spread of the pneumonialike illness comes ahead of the Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions will travel.
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42m Updated Seven Kings stabbing: Three killed after disturbance
The men - aged in their 20s and 30s - were pronounced dead at the scene in Seven Kings, police say.
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Severe thunderstorms and hail to batter south-eastern Australia44m Severe thunderstorms and hail to batter south-eastern Australia
Large ice stones and damaging winds forecast as wild weather lashes NSW and Victoria Swathes of south-eastern Australia will be hit by severe thunderstorms on Monday, with damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hailstones forecast for some regions. The Bureau of Meteorology on Monday morning said the storms were likely from north of Newcastle to the New South Wales-Victoria border on the coast.
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Online campaign grows to save sick and starving lions in Sudan park46m Online campaign grows to save sick and starving lions in Sudan park
Park officials and vets say some of the five cats have lost almost two-thirds of their body weight Online calls to help save five “malnourished and sick” African lions at a park in Sudan’s capital grew on Sunday. The lions are in cages at Khartoum’s Al-Qureshi park, which is in an upmarket area of the city, and have not had enough food and medicine for weeks.
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Coronavirus spreads to Beijing as China confirms 139 new cases49m Coronavirus spreads to Beijing as China confirms 139 new cases
Two new cases confirmed in Chinese capital and one in southern Guangdong province amid fears of virus spreading over lunar new year China has reported 139 new cases of pneumonia, caused by the outbreak of a new coronavirus strain that medical experts are still struggling to understand, with the first cases being reported Beijing. Beijing’s Daxing health commission confirmed two new cases of coronavirus on Monday.
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49m Virginia gun rally: Authorities gear up for unrest in Richmond
Thousands are expected to take part in the Richmond rally, which authorities fear could turn violent.
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1h 5m UK-Africa summit: Wooing Africa after Brexit
Heads of state are meeting in London for a UK-Africa summit ahead of the UK's departure from the EU.
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1h 8m How has immigration changed in your area?
Four maps on how immigration has changed Britain.
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1h 10m Are migrants who cross the Channel sent back?
Home Office figures suggest many migrants crossing the Channel in boats are granted asylum.
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1h 10m Five times immigration changed the UK
Over the past century many groups have left and entered the country, changing the shape of the nation.
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Fighting Extradition to U.S., a Chinese Executive Goes to Court1h 21m Updated Fighting Extradition to U.S., a Chinese Executive Goes to Court
A Canadian judge will hear evidence on whether to extradite Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer, to the United States to face fraud charges. Here’s what you need to know.
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1h 24m A stray cat without ears has a new set of purple ones, thanks to an animal lover who crochets
A stray cat in Wisconsin had her ears removed due to chronic and painful infections. So a helpful woman crocheted her some new ones.
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1h 31m Period poverty: Schools urged to order free menstrual products
Period poverty campaigners are urging schools and colleges to opt-in to the new scheme in England.
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Brendan Nelson takes job with Boeing, weeks after stepping down as head of Australian War Memorial1h 34m Brendan Nelson takes job with Boeing, weeks after stepping down as head of Australian War Memorial
Nelson was criticised during his stint at AWM for allowing weapons companies such as Boeing to act as corporate sponsors Former Australian War Memorial director Brendan Nelson has taken a senior job with Boeing, a company that controversially gave corporate sponsorship to the institution. Nelson prompted significant criticism during his seven-year stint as AWM director for allowing weapons companies to act as corporate sponsors.
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1h 40m Oil and gas companies will only survive the climate crisis if they spend more now
The oil and gas industry needs to work harder and faster to tackle the climate crisis if it wants to remain profitable, a leading energy group says.
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Three dead after suspected triple stabbing in London1h 41m Three dead after suspected triple stabbing in London
The men, believed to be in their 20s and 30s, died at the scene in Redbridge Three men have been killed in a suspected triple stabbing in north-east London. Police were called to Elmstead Road in Seven Kings, Redbridge, just before 7.40pm on Sunday.
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EU could waste €29bn on gas projects despite climate action plan1h 44m EU could waste €29bn on gas projects despite climate action plan
32 schemes eligible for funding despite being unnecessary under move from fossil fuels
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Venezuela Opposition Leader Defies Travel Ban to Woo Support Abroad1h 44m Venezuela Opposition Leader Defies Travel Ban to Woo Support Abroad
Juan Guaidó, the leader of the opposition, left the country in a risky move that could land him in jail. He is seeking much-needed leverage against President Nicolás Maduro.
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1h 45m Stagecoach takes rail franchise row to High Court
Stagecoach and its partners say the government acted unlawfully in barring them from bidding.
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2h Updated Libya summit to call for sanctions if ceasefire violated, draft agreement says
A conference in Berlin that has gathered several world leaders to discuss the Libya conflict will call for sanctions against parties found in violation of a ceasefire, a draft communique obtained by CNN shows.
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2h Masters 2020: Bingham wins thrilling Masters final - best shots
Watch some of the best shots from the 2020 Masters final as Stuart Bingham becomes the oldest Masters winner by defeating Ali Carter 10-8 in a thrilling match at Alexandra Palace.
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Harry and Meghan’s Hard Exit2h Updated Harry and Meghan’s Hard Exit
The couple’s wish to carve out more ‘progressive’ roles has led to the loss of perks, privileges and titles.
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Scott Morrison backs Bridget McKenzie in sports grants scandal and will ‘clarify’ legal issues2h Scott Morrison backs Bridget McKenzie in sports grants scandal and will ‘clarify’ legal issues
Auditor general’s scathing report questions legal authority for former sports minister to approve grants, many of which went to marginal seats Scott Morrison has said the federal government will move to “clarify” the “legal issues” raised by the auditor general in
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2h Seven Kings stabbing: Man killed and two others injured
The victim - believed to be in his 30s - was pronounced dead at the scene, police say.
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Betting firms were granted access to database of 28 MILLION children2h Betting firms were granted access to database of 28 MILLION children
The database contains the names, ages and addresses of 28 million children aged 14 and above in state schools, private schools and colleges in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Prince Harry expresses sadness over decision to step down2h Prince Harry expresses sadness over decision to step down
Duke of Sussex told a charity dinner he and his wife Meghan had taken ‘a leap of faith’ The Duke of Sussex has expressed his sadness over his decision to step down from royal duties in his first public remarks on the move, saying he had taken a “leap of faith.” Giving a speech at a private dinner in London for his charity Sentebale, Prince Harry said: “Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the Commonwealth, and my military associations without public funding. Unfortunately that wasn’t possible.”
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Huge dust storms in Australia hit central New South Wales3h Huge dust storms in Australia hit central New South Wales
Videos posted to social media show the clouds turning day into night in some areas Damaging winds produced by thunderstorms across central New South Wales have whipped up dust storms that turned daytime into night in some towns. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings on Sunday evening for inland NSW with the associated winds generating massive dust clouds.
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3h Masters 2020: Stuart Bingham beats Ali Carter to win title
England's Stuart Bingham becomes the oldest Masters winner by defeating Ali Carter 10-8 in a fluctuating final.
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Libya: Sanctions threatened against countries who break arms embargo3h Libya: Sanctions threatened against countries who break arms embargo
Johnson says international peacekeeping force could monitor the proposed ceasefire
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Three-year-old boy dies in a caravan fire in west Wales3h Three-year-old boy dies in a caravan fire in west Wales
His sibling, four, is in a critical condition after the incident in the village of Ffair Rhos A three-year-old boy has died in a caravan fire in west Wales that left his sibling, four, in a critical condition. Dyfed-Powys police were called to a fire in Ffair Rhos village in Ceredigion, at 5.35am on Sunday.
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3h Updated FBI responding to an active shooter in Honolulu
The FBI said Sunday authorities are responding to an "active shooter" in Waikiki, Hawaii.
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Huge dust storms hit central New South Wales4h Huge dust storms hit central New South Wales
Videos posted to social media show the clouds turning day into night in some areas Damaging winds produced by thunderstorms across central New South Wales have whipped up dust storms that turned daytime into night in some towns. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings on Sunday evening for inland NSW with the associated winds generating massive dust clouds.
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International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War4h Updated International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War
After a meeting in Berlin, Russia, Turkey and other countries pledged to end their interference in the North African nation to make way for peace efforts.
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Your Monday Briefing4h Updated Your Monday Briefing
Australian Open, Meng Wanzhou, Uighurs: Here’s what you need to know.
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4h Updated Dentist convcted after being filmed extracting a tooth while on a hoverboard
A dentist in Anchorage, Alaska, has been convicted on dozens of charges after he was filmed extracting a patient's tooth as he stood on a hoverboard, according to the Alaska Department of Law.
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75 Drug Cartel Members Tunnel Out of Paraguay Prison4h Updated 75 Drug Cartel Members Tunnel Out of Paraguay Prison
The government had known for weeks that a Brazilian drug cartel was plotting a prison break, but it was unable to stop it.
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Mothers, daughters, fathers, sons: the victims of the Australian bushfires4h Updated Mothers, daughters, fathers, sons: the victims of the Australian bushfires
Twenty-nine people are confirmed to have died in the Australian bushfire season since October At least 29 people have died in bushfires in Australia since the summer season began in October. The death toll is highest in NSW, where 21 people have been confirmed dead since October. Victoria has had five confirmed deaths and South Australia three. This story will be updated when further deaths are confirmed.
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Silver Ferns beat England Roses 64-48 in first netball international of 20204h Silver Ferns beat England Roses 64-48 in first netball international of 2020
Coach Noeline Taurua got all players out on court in a match where NZ were without four key veterans The Silver Ferns have beaten the England Roses netball team 64-48 in their first international of 2020. Without retired Maria Folau and Casey Korpua, and
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4h US student loan debt is about $1.6 trillion and hardly anyone can afford to pay it down
The student loan burden in the US is about $1.6 trillion and rising, mostly because people have barely made a dent in paying down their loans.
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4h Updated SpaceX nearly ready to launch astronauts after fiery emergency escape test
After months of anticipation, SpaceX's new crew-worthy spacecraft, Crew Dragon, reached its last major milestone in a years-long testing program. The success paves the way for astronauts to begin using the spacecraft for rides to the International Space Station this year.
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4h BBC Briefing on Immigration: How do I use it?
Your downloadable guide to immigration in the UK and how it shapes our culture and way of life.
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4h Updated Libya civil war: World leaders committed to peace, UN chief says
World leaders pledge not to interfere in Libya and to uphold a UN arms embargo to further peace.
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‘Chewing Gum Tycoon’ of Lotte Group, Shin Kyuk-ho, Dies at 985h ‘Chewing Gum Tycoon’ of Lotte Group, Shin Kyuk-ho, Dies at 98
Mr. Shin transformed a small business in postwar Tokyo into ​a ​corporate giant spanning South Korea and Japan.
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Huge dust storms hits central New South Wales5h Huge dust storms hits central New South Wales
Videos posted to social media show the clouds turning day into night in some areas Damaging winds produced by thunderstorms across central New South Wales have whipped up dust storms that turned daytime into night in some towns. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings on Sunday evening for inland NSW with the associated winds generating massive dust clouds.
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Netflix chief says streaming giant would work with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle5h Updated Netflix chief says streaming giant would work with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos has confirmed that the streaming giant is interested in making a potentially lucrative deal with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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How U.S. Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth5h Updated How U.S. Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth
Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s former president, built an empire in a country mired in corruption. Western consultants were her advisers.
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5h Boy, three, dies in Ffair Rhos caravan fire
The boy's sibling, four, is critical but stable and dad stable after the early morning blaze.
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How 500 people kill themselves every year after getting hooked on gambling5h Updated How 500 people kill themselves every year after getting hooked on gambling
Gambling is estimated to cause of 500 suicides in the UK a year. Aaron Sluman, 23, killed himself after losing £750 in one night of gambling. Some 430,000 people in Britain are problem gamblers.
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5h Schiff: NSA is withholding Ukraine documents from Congress
Lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff said Sunday that the National Security Agency is withholding from Congress documents pertaining to the "issue of Ukraine" ahead of the Senate's impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
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Government rejected several offers on water rights before reaching $80m deal6h Government rejected several offers on water rights before reaching $80m deal
Exclusive: New documents raise further questions about deal with company founded by energy minister Angus Taylor The government rejected several offers from Eastern Australia Agriculture over the past decade to sell its overland-flow water rights because the deals were “not value for money”, before
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6h Updated Harry and Meghan: PM says the country wishes them well for the future
The prime minister welcomes the plan for the couple's future, as the Queen wishes them happiness.
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Unborn babies CAN feel pain before the 24-week abortion limit, scientists say 6h Unborn babies CAN feel pain before the 24-week abortion limit, scientists say 
Two medical researchers, including a 'pro-choice' British pain expert who used to think there was no chance foetuses could feel pain that early, say recent studies suggest the assumption is incorrect.
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6h Updated Liverpool 2-0 Manchester United: Virgil van Dijk and Mo Salah goals secure win
Liverpool continue their charge for a first league title in 30 years by beating rivals Manchester United at Anfield.
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Pictured: Mother-of-two, 33, who plunged seven floors to her death6h Updated Pictured: Mother-of-two, 33, who plunged seven floors to her death
Nicola Redman, 33, fell more than 90ft from a 7th floor flat in Hove, Sussex, after reports of an altercation with a man who was known to police. The man. 52. was arrested on suspicion of murder.
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Harry and Meghan ‘required’ to sacrifice royal roles6h Harry and Meghan ‘required’ to sacrifice royal roles
Couple were unwilling to allow scrutiny of commercial deals as Netflix confirms interest The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were forced to sacrifice their royal roles for “complete and absolute” freedom from Buckingham Palace financial scrutiny over commercial deals after being told they could not have it both ways. Prince Harry is preparing to fly out to Canada to join Meghan, and the couple’s son Archie, as they begin independent lives free from any financial oversight from the royal family.
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Hundreds injured in Lebanon as violence flares in ‘week of anger’7h Updated Hundreds injured in Lebanon as violence flares in ‘week of anger’
Pitched battles between police and demonstrators as leaders fail to form new government Protesters hurled fireworks and ripped branches from trees to use against security forces firing rubber bullets and teargas in the most violent weekend of protests in Beirut since the beginning of mass anti-government demonstrations in Lebanon three months ago. Lebanese medical groups said at least 377 people had been injured on Saturday, including 80 who were taken to hospital, during the unrest that organisers have called the “week of anger”, after a relative lull in the protests that have rocked the country since October.
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7h Updated Libya civil war: Rivals to join major powers in Germany
The summit follows the collapse of efforts to secure a ceasefire between the warring factions.
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7h Updated Van Dijk and Salah give leaders Liverpool win over Man Utd
Liverpool continue their charge for a first league title in 30 years by beating rivals Manchester United at Anfield.
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The Guardian view on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: goodbye and good luck | Editorial7h The Guardian view on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: goodbye and good luck | Editorial
Prince Harry and Meghan will no longer be working royals. That should be in everyone’s interestsA centuries-old institution survives not only through the accumulated weight of tradition, but through the ability to make sharp adjustments to its course when it finally realises it must. The British monarchy, by temperament a tortoise, has just put on a turn of speed again. Saturday’s statements from the Queen and the Sussexes will not halt the storm surrounding the couple, but are designed to let the worst of the tempest abate. Less than two weeks before, Prince Harry and Meghan had announced their untenable desire to partially step back, operating half-in and half-out of the institution. Instead, they will effectively
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The Guardian view on Ireland’s election: a contest with consequences | Editorial7h The Guardian view on Ireland’s election: a contest with consequences | Editorial
The start of the American presidential race next month may seem more alluring. But the Irish general election is of more immediate importance for BritainBritain’s political class is insular. It rarely shows any interest in foreign elections. That general rule may get bent as the United States presidential election gets into gear in the coming weeks. But the evidence of this country’s default inwardness is that there is an election on this side of the Atlantic in less than three weeks with a far more immediate bearing on Britain than the one in America. This one will get only a fraction of the attention that will be expended on the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. But then this one is in Ireland. Why does
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7h Updated Westwood completes Burnley comeback win against Leicester
Sean Dyche delighted as Burnley react to "questions about their form" with victory against Leicester at Turf Moor.
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Grieving daughter, 34, who lost two siblings and father is fundraising for her own FUNERAL7h Updated Grieving daughter, 34, who lost two siblings and father is fundraising for her own FUNERAL
Suzanne Shipley - from Warrington, Cheshire - is now provided with end of life care at home from her mother Rose and older sister Laura. Suzanne's friend set up the fundraiser to help with the funeral.
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Richer Sounds founder bankrolls push to end zero-hours contracts7h Richer Sounds founder bankrolls push to end zero-hours contracts
Millionaire Julian Richer backs campaign that will hold free legal advice clinics around UK The millionaire businessman Julian Richer is bankrolling a campaign that aims to stamp out the use of controversial zero-hours contracts in Britain.
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Boris Johnson enjoys honeymoon with voters as poll shows Tories 17 POINTS ahead of Labour7h Boris Johnson enjoys honeymoon with voters as poll shows Tories 17 POINTS ahead of Labour
The Conservatives now have a massive 17-point advantage over Labour, according to the latest research by Opinium - up from around 12 points at the election.
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7h Updated A winter storm is expected to dump snow on the Northeast before moving out to sea
A winter storm is forecast to continue dumping snow and bring cold temperatures to parts of the US on Sunday as it moves through the Great Lakes region and New England.
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Moment Prince Harry tells Lion King director Jon Favreau his wife is available for work8h Updated Moment Prince Harry tells Lion King director Jon Favreau his wife is available for work
New footage has been found which shows the couple talking to the film's director Jon Favreau, star Beyoncé and her rap star husband Jay-Z, and Harry, 35, again praising his wife's acting abilities.
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Drug cartel members tunnel way out of Paraguay prison8h Drug cartel members tunnel way out of Paraguay prison
Officials believed complicit in escape of at least 75 prisoners, including members of notorious Brazilian gang
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Ministers secretly restart No Deal plans amid fears trade talks with Brussels will collapse8h Updated Ministers secretly restart No Deal plans amid fears trade talks with Brussels will collapse
Whitehall's EU Exit Operations committee met on Thursday to begin preparations for a 'disorderly December', should Brussels 'fail to grasp we really are going at the end of the year'.
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Harry and Meghan Give Up Royal Titles, Forgo State Funding8h Updated Harry and Meghan Give Up Royal Titles, Forgo State Funding
The agreement represents one of the most dramatic ruptures within the British royal family since King Edward VIII abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry an American woman, Wallis Simpson.
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8h Doris Miller: US Navy aircraft carrier to honour black sailor
Doris Miller won a Navy Cross for his actions during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
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‘Miracle on Hudson’ pilot slams Lara Trump for mocking Biden stutter8h ‘Miracle on Hudson’ pilot slams Lara Trump for mocking Biden stutter
Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger tells president’s daughter-in-law to ‘grow up’ and ‘show some decency’ in New York Times column Chesley Sullenberger, the pilot who performed the “Miracle on the Hudson”, has told Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump to “grow up” and “show some decency”, after she mocked Joe Biden for stuttering.
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Bushfire crisis expected to further sap confidence in the Australian economy8h Bushfire crisis expected to further sap confidence in the Australian economy
Fires the latest in a string of bad economic news, Deloitte says, as government extends $2bn package to businesses Businesses damaged by bushfires will be eligible for additional grants of up to $50,000 in the latest pledge from the Morrison government’s
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The extraordinary legal battle over 19 protesters8h The extraordinary legal battle over 19 protesters
The Pacific island nation of Nauru is well-known for its role in Australia’s offshore detention regime. But what’s less well known is Nauru’s treatment of its own citizens. Today on Full Story, how the former president of Nauru and 18 other protesters became embroiled in a four-year legal battle for their freedom
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8h 79 soldiers killed by Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen
At least 79 Yemeni soldiers attending prayers at a mosque were killed and 130 others injured in ballistic missile and drone attacks by Iran-backed Houthi rebels, Saudi state-run al-Ekhbariya Television reported Sunday.
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A Surge of Migrants Rushes a Mexican Border Crossing8h Updated A Surge of Migrants Rushes a Mexican Border Crossing
The latest influx from Guatemala is testing Mexico’s resolve to restrict the movement of undocumented migrants under pressure from the United States.
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Daughter tells how she can never forgive mother after heartbreak at seeing her marry ex8h Daughter tells how she can never forgive mother after heartbreak at seeing her marry ex
Lauren Wall who is from Twickenham was left stunned when her husband walked out on her. Her mum Julie denies having an affair with him but went on to marry her daughter's ex.
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UK-Russia relations still strained after Salisbury attack, PM tells Putin8h UK-Russia relations still strained after Salisbury attack, PM tells Putin
The UK has not forgiven Moscow for the Salisbury novichok poisoning attack, Boris Johnson has told Vladimir Putin.
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Libya: international force could monitor proposed ceasefire9h Libya: international force could monitor proposed ceasefire
Berlin summit seeks to stop latest round of fighting turning country into ‘a second Syria’
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WWII Glider Pilot Regiment hero dies aged 100 9h WWII Glider Pilot Regiment hero dies aged 100 
Staff Sergeant Ralph Norbury flew wooden gliders deep behind enemy lines at the invasion of Sicily in July 1943. Sgt Norbury passed away in hospital last week.
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Prince Andrew joins the Queen at Norfolk church service9h Prince Andrew joins the Queen at Norfolk church service
Monarch shows her support for son after he stepped down from royal duties With the spotlight firmly on the
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WhatsApp down in Britain, Europe and Asia9h WhatsApp down in Britain, Europe and Asia
Users in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands started bemoaning not being able to send and receive messages on Sunday morning.
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9h Root takes four wickets to put England on brink of victory
Captain Joe Root takes four wickets to push England closer to victory on the fourth day of the third Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth.
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Bodies of Ukrainians Killed in Iran Plane Crash Are Returned Home9h Updated Bodies of Ukrainians Killed in Iran Plane Crash Are Returned Home
President Volodymyr Zelensky attended a ceremony for the 11 Ukrainians killed on the airliner shot down by Iran.
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Fears grow for missing 15-year-old girl who has not been seen for nearly 48 hours9h Fears grow for missing 15-year-old girl who has not been seen for nearly 48 hours
Kitty Pepper, 15, was last seen in Exeter, Devon, around 48 hours ago. Kitty, who is from the Exeter area, is described as a white female of large build, five-feet four-inches tall with long brown hair.
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9h Olive ridley turtle found injured off Seaford beach
The turtle is being treated at the Sea Life centre in Brighton after being found by swimmers.
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Holidaymakers face another 24 hours of Alicante airport chaos as storm sweeps in9h Holidaymakers face another 24 hours of Alicante airport chaos as storm sweeps in
Storm Gloria is set to bring heavy rain, snow and 75mph winds to Alicante, prompting bosses to shut Alicante-Elche airport for 24 hours. Roof fire on Wednesday led to cancellations and delays.
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10h Updated Reverting to his usual level of dishonesty, Trump made 81 false claims last week
President Donald Trump made just 15 false claims two weeks ago, a holiday week during which he uttered few public remarks.
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SpaceX blows up rocket to test astronaut escape system10h SpaceX blows up rocket to test astronaut escape system
SpaceX has blown up a rocket to test an astronaut escape system as part of the company's final trial before it can fly manned missions. 
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10h US deal with China is a victory for Trump, but more still needs to be done
For decades, multiple presidential administrations did little while China flouted the rules and gained an unfair advantage in the international trade market. That changed when President Trump took office, and his consistently tough stance led to a "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China last week. And while it doesn't solve all of the trade issues between the United States and China, it's a good start.
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CSIRO scientist David Karoly says the Australian Open should be moved to avoid heat10h CSIRO scientist David Karoly says the Australian Open should be moved to avoid heat
As the tournament is set to kick off in Melbourne on Monday, CSIRO Professor David Karoly is calling for the event to be pushed back to cooler months.
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Golf ball-sized hailstones land in Melbourne as extreme weather continues – video10h Golf ball-sized hailstones land in Melbourne as extreme weather continues – video
Hail and torrential rain has hit areas of New South Wales and southern Australia as extreme weather caused damage to the roof of a Melbourne supermarket. Australia’s months-long bushfire crisis is still ongoing, but an unpredictable mix of fire and rain hit NSW and Victoria on Sunday
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BBC pays Radio 4 presenter Sarah Montague up to £1MILLION after equal pay probe10h BBC pays Radio 4 presenter Sarah Montague up to £1MILLION after equal pay probe
Sarah Montague, 53 - who now presents The World at One - didn't do it for the payout, according to a source. They said: 'It was the principle of doing the same job as a man, and being paid [...] the same.'
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Moment three-year-old toddler gives his own MOTHER a dressing down for swearing at a cyclist10h Moment three-year-old toddler gives his own MOTHER a dressing down for swearing at a cyclist
A three-year-old boy told his mum off for swearing at a cyclist on the school run in Edinburgh. He asked his mum Leigh: 'Did you say f**k off?' before adding 'yes you did'. His mum said he 'rules the roost'.
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Cannabis compound could be weapon in fight against superbugs10h Cannabis compound could be weapon in fight against superbugs
Mice cured of MRSA, raising hopes of treating antibiotic-resistant bacteria
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10h Rotherham sex abuse: Failure to identify police officer questioned by MP
A report said a senior policeman who cited race as a reason for inaction could not be identified.
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Hull asks to be first UK city to trial universal basic income11h Hull asks to be first UK city to trial universal basic income
Under proposal, every adult would get between £50 and £100 a week regardless of income Hull wants to become the first UK city to test a weekly universal basic income for its residents after a cross-party group of councillors formally backed the idea. The proposal would mean every adult would be paid a basic sum – potentially between £50 and £100 a week – regardless of income, and do away with the need for welfare.
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Clashes Shake Beirut as Anti-Government Protests Explode in Violence11h Updated Clashes Shake Beirut as Anti-Government Protests Explode in Violence
Demonstrators and security forces battled in the worst violence yet after three months of protests against Lebanon’s political elite.
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Scott Morrison promises bushfire grants, loans and tax relief for nearly 200,000 small businesses11h Scott Morrison promises bushfire grants, loans and tax relief for nearly 200,000 small businesses
The package includes grants, loans and some tax assistance for the estimated 192,000 small businesses and sole traders in the most severely affected regions in Australia.
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Police officers rescue a newborn baby who choking on breast milk11h Police officers rescue a newborn baby who choking on breast milk
Cristina and Elvis Marques rushed their baby Lucas to hospital after he choked on Christina's breast milk and 'turned red'. Police officers saved the baby after hitting his back at a São Paulo hospital, Brazil.
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Eight terriers kill record 700 rodents in seven hours - after desperate farmer called in handlers11h Eight terriers kill record 700 rodents in seven hours - after desperate farmer called in handlers
Pig farmers at a farm near Eye, Suffolk, called in the pack after vermin invaded. It's the biggest haul of vermin terminated by the Suffolk and Norfolk Rat Pack.
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China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Fears of Outbreak12h Updated China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Fears of Outbreak
The spread of the pneumonialike illness comes ahead of the Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions will travel.
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Paris transport set to return to normal as rail union suspends strike12h Paris transport set to return to normal as rail union suspends strike
Union says members need to recharge after 45 days of industrial action Paris’s strike-hit public transport network is expected to return to near normal this week after the city’s main rail union voted to go back to work. The decision to suspend industrial action from Monday follows six weeks of road and rail chaos since transport staff walked out as part of national protests over pension reforms in
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12h Rebel Wilson shows off her weight loss in new Instagram post
Everyone makes those go-to-the-gym resolutions at the start of the new year, but Rebel Wilson has been sticking to hers.
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Mother-of-one, 28, fears she will come face-to-face with thug who KICKED her father to death12h Mother-of-one, 28, fears she will come face-to-face with thug who KICKED her father to death
Jaymelea Hurren from Blackburn, Lancashire fears she will bump into Mohsin Mohammed who is set to be released as early as this week.
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12h Yemen war: At least 80 soldiers killed in missile attack
Yemen's president condemns the "cowardly" attack in Marib province, blaming it on Houthi rebels.
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Meghan had her clothes put into storage in Toronto before moving to Kensington Palace12h Meghan had her clothes put into storage in Toronto before moving to Kensington Palace
Meghan Markle put clothes into storage in Canada before she moved to Kensington Palace with Prince Harry in late 2017 - contradicting previous claims that she hadn't left any possessions behind.
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Eight year old boy Charlie Graver Chester le Street skin graft on face after car crash12h Eight year old boy Charlie Graver Chester le Street skin graft on face after car crash
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Little Charlie Graver, of Chester-le-Street, was just four when a car crash left him with an exposed skull, broken cheek bones and a broken nose.
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12h Canada snowstorms: State of emergency declared
As much as 30 inches (76cm) of snow has fallen in Newfoundland after severe snowstorms.
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13h WSL: Birmingham City Women 0-1 Man City Women - Ellen White gives Man City lead inside 33 seconds
Ellen White turns home Jill Scott's cross to put Man City ahead after 33 just seconds against Birmingham City Women in the Women's Super League.
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Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa reveals he was homeless for five months13h Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa reveals he was homeless for five months
Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa,27, from Scotland, told The Big Issue that he was homeless for five months, prior to landing his in the Netflix series and had to borrow money to travel to his audition.
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Convicted terrorists allowed to live in communities they were radicalised after prison release13h Convicted terrorists allowed to live in communities they were radicalised after prison release
A friend of London Bridge attacker Usman Khan called Mohammed Shahjahan, 34, is now living in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, where he said he wanted to plant bombs.
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13h Updated Harry and Meghan drop royal duties and HRH titles
The couple also intend to repay £2.4m of taxpayer money for the refurbishment of their UK home.
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13h Updated Conor McGregor wins in first UFC match in 15 months
Irish mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor was victorious in his first UFC match in over 15 months, with a technical knockout win over American opponent Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in Las Vegas, Nevada. McGregor blitzed Cerrone from the opening bell and won the fight less than a minute into the first round
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Downing Street plans dazzling light show for Leave date on January 3113h Downing Street plans dazzling light show for Leave date on January 31
The Prime Minister will address the nation from inside No 10 as a clock counting down to the moment Britain leaves the EU at 11pm on January 31 is projected on to the outside.
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The EU has a duty to recognise the state of Palestine | Saeb Erekat13h The EU has a duty to recognise the state of Palestine | Saeb Erekat
European intervention now can preserve the peace process, despite the efforts of Israel and TrumpAfter nearly two years, on Monday 20 January, the foreign ministers of the European Union will meet, with the issue of Palestine officially on the agenda. They’ll discuss the letter signed by the foreign minister of Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn, calling for
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Fire at Czech Asylum Kills at Least 8 and Injures 30 Others14h Fire at Czech Asylum Kills at Least 8 and Injures 30 Others
The blaze occurred at a home where mostly men with mental and other disabilities lived, officials said.
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China moves to phase out single-use plastics14h China moves to phase out single-use plastics
Plastic bags to be banned in all major cities by end of 2020, says state planner China is stepping up restrictions on the production, sale and use of single-use plastic products, according to the state planner, as it seeks to tackle one of the country’s biggest environmental problems. Vast amounts of untreated plastic waste are buried in landfills or dumped in rivers. The United Nations has identified single-use plastics as one of the world’s biggest environmental challenges.
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Cut off from family, unable to travel: how US sanctions punish Iranian Americans14h Cut off from family, unable to travel: how US sanctions punish Iranian Americans
As penalties create hardship for Iran’s residents, Iranians in US also suffer consequences: ‘The sanctions are still chasing me’ Following the US assassination of a top Iranian general earlier this month and Iranian airstrikes against US military bases in Iraq, Donald Trump once again imposed biting sanctions against the regime in Tehran. To Iranian Americans, many of whom have lived under sanctions in Iran or have family members there
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Belgian neurologist wins €1m prize for work on serious brain trauma14h Belgian neurologist wins €1m prize for work on serious brain trauma
Generet prize will fund more trials by Steven Laureys to help written-off ‘vegetative’ patients A pioneering Belgian neurologist has been awarded €1m to fund further work in helping diagnose the most severe brain injuries, as he seeks to battle “the silent epidemic” and help people written off as “vegetative” who, it is believed, will never recover. Steven Laureys, head of the coma science group at Liège University hospital, plans to use the £850,000 award –
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Bodies of Ukrainian victims of Iran plane crash return home14h Bodies of Ukrainian victims of Iran plane crash return home
The bodies of 11 Ukrainians who died in a plane crash have been repatriated as Iran denies it has sent back the black boxes.
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Lisa Nandy poses NAKED in bed for racy photostrip story offering sex advice to students 15h Updated Lisa Nandy poses NAKED in bed for racy photostrip story offering sex advice to students 
Ms Nandy, 40, appeared in a comic book-style photostrip recording her quest to find a boyfriend in Newcastle University's Courier student newspaper.
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15h Norway says new giant oil field is great for environment
Trump vs. Thunberg: This may dominate Davos
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15h Updated The student loan debt is about $1.6 trillion and hardly anyone can afford to pay it down
The student loan burden in the US is about $1.6 trillion and rising, mostly because people have barely made a dent in paying down their loans.
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15h Saracens to be relegated from Premiership for salary cap breaches
Premiership Rugby confirm Saracens will be relegated to the Championship this season after salary cap breaches.
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Masculine, feminist or neutral? The language battle that has split Spain15h Masculine, feminist or neutral? The language battle that has split Spain
A new government plans to erase gender bias in the constitutionA showdown is looming between Spain’s conservative language academy and its newly elected socialist government over proposals to rewrite the nation’s constitution using gender-neutral language. The
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Two popes, plotting cardinals and the fallout of an explosive book15h Two popes, plotting cardinals and the fallout of an explosive book
Benedict and his inner circle are accused of intervening to halt Pope Francis relaxing celibacy rules as the battle between conservative and liberal factions takes a new twist The pilgrims filing into the papal audience hall last Wednesday were mostly oblivious to the saga enveloping the Vatican over an explosive new book that pits the retired
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15h Stalkers to face court orders while police investigate
Courts will be able to ban stalkers from contacting or approaching their victims while police investigate.
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15h Duke of Sussex: The party prince who carved his own path
From grieving his mother to becoming a father, the Duke of Sussex is used to attention from the media.
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PATRICK JEPHSON: Prince Harry should be grateful to Queen15h PATRICK JEPHSON: Prince Harry should be grateful to Queen
PATRICK JEPHSON: Three little letters. H. R. H. Their absence as a prefix to Duke and Duchess will pass unnoticed in most of the world, but be in no doubt: To Harry personally, they will sting.
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Branded beer and baseball caps as drug lord El Chapo’s family cash in16h Branded beer and baseball caps as drug lord El Chapo’s family cash in
Merchandise featuring cartel leader at fashion fair is condemned as a glorification of crime Just months after the conviction of the Mexican narco-lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán for drug trafficking and control of a murderous criminal enterprise – the Sinaloa cartel – comes a new beer: El Chapo lager. Mexico’s thirst for a good cerveza is matched only by the apparently unquenchable one for El Chapo merchandise. Last March Guzmán’s wife, Emma Coronel, launched a fashion and
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Number of hospital admissions for over-50s with cocaine poisoning has risen tenfold in a decade16h Number of hospital admissions for over-50s with cocaine poisoning has risen tenfold in a decade
Statistics from NHS Digital show that there were 268 admissions of over-50s using the drug last year, compared with just 27 cases in 2009-2010.
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Plan to repopulate Scottish island of Ulva begins with ... a herd of cattle16h Plan to repopulate Scottish island of Ulva begins with ... a herd of cattle
The population is down to six. But the community believes its radical experiment could be the key to the Hebrides’ future At Scotland’s western edge, made jagged by ancient elements, a new model for living is taking shape.
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Confessions of an accidental influencer16h Confessions of an accidental influencer
When Bella Mackie began posting about her struggles with anxiety, she unexpectedly found herself becoming an influencer. But what did sharing her private fears teach her? “Bella, I know it’s not the point, but where is your jumper from?” This was a reply to a post I put up on Instagram about the horrors of antidepressant withdrawal. I respond with the details, mildly flattered, but slightly despairing. After decades of not talking about my mental health issues, I started an Instagram account (
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16h At Least 60 Troops Killed in Houthi Missile Strike, Yemen Says
The missile attack launched by Shiite rebels hit an army camp and wounded dozens more on Saturday, officials said.
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A tale of two abdications: The uncanny parallels between Harry and Edward VIII16h Updated A tale of two abdications: The uncanny parallels between Harry and Edward VIII
Like the Windsors, Harry and Meghan are eager to secure an independent income but it is difficult to see how that can be done without seeming to capitalise on their status.
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A Common Charger for All Phones? The E.U. Is on the Case16h A Common Charger for All Phones? The E.U. Is on the Case
The proposal could save costs and thousands of tons of electronic waste, advocates say, but previous measures have fizzled.
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17h Updated Harry and Meghan will no longer use royal titles
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer use the titles His and Her Royal Highness after announcing they would step back from their roles as senior members of the royal family, Buckingham Palace announced Saturday.
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Gunman spotted on the roof of a Tesco supermarket in Shrewsbury17h Updated Gunman spotted on the roof of a Tesco supermarket in Shrewsbury
Armed police have secured a Tesco Extra supermarket in Shrewsbury after receiving reports of a gunman who was spotted on the roof of the store's petrol station.
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New measures to beat stalking could put victims at risk17h New measures to beat stalking could put victims at risk
Prevention orders could prompt an increase in murders, campaigners sayNew Home Office measures to tackle the growing crime of stalking risk becoming a “retrograde” step that campaigners warn could prompt an increase in murders. The stalking protection orders, unveiled today, aim to block perpetrators from approaching their victims and allow courts in England and Wales to move quicker to ban stalkers from contacting or visiting victims.
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17h Trump vs. Thunberg: The climate crisis could dominate Davos
US President Donald Trump and environmental activist Greta Thunberg are getting top billing at Davos this year as the conference for global elites turns its attention to the climate crisis and sustainability.
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Rudy Giuliani once had a real chance of becoming president – and he blew it17h Rudy Giuliani once had a real chance of becoming president – and he blew it
‘America’s mayor’ led polling in the Republican primaries for almost a year in 2007. But his campaign collapsed into chaos If things had gone a little differently, Rudy Giuliani might have been elected president in 2008. The former New York City mayor turned Donald Trump stooge led polling in the Republican primaries for almost a year, and was seen as someone who could defeat Hillary Clinton – then the presumptive Democratic nominee – in key metropolitan areas.
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Ukraine’s President Said He’d Fight Corruption. Resistance Is Fierce.17h Ukraine’s President Said He’d Fight Corruption. Resistance Is Fierce.
For Volodymyr Zelensky, taking on the oligarchs and organized crime is a domestic test with geopolitical consequences.
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These Syrian Women Rarely Left the House. Then the Men Disappeared.17h These Syrian Women Rarely Left the House. Then the Men Disappeared.
In parts of Syria, women once stepped out of their homes only rarely — at least until war came. Now some are relishing a newfound independence.
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Houthi rebels kill at least 70 Yemeni soldiers in missile attack on mosque17h Houthi rebels kill at least 70 Yemeni soldiers in missile attack on mosque
Military sources say the attack came during evening prayers at a military base in Yemen’s Marib province Houthi rebels have killed at least 70 Yemeni soldiers in a missile attack on a mosque in the central province of Marib, according to medical and military sources. The Houthis attacked a mosque in a military camp in Marib – about 170km (105 miles) east of Sanaa – during evening prayers on Saturday, military sources said.
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‘Being brothers was a big help’: Atlantic rowers tell of record-breaking trip18h ‘Being brothers was a big help’: Atlantic rowers tell of record-breaking trip
Lachlan trio from Edinburgh speak of their gruelling 3,000-mile challenge after arrival in AntiguaFor Ewan, Jamie and Lachlan MacLean, it’s been a struggle to keep their feet on the ground after rowing in record-breaking time across the Atlantic. “When I went to sleep last night, I thought I’d wake up on the boat with the alarm going off, and someone screaming ‘to port, to port’,” said Jamie. For their parents, Sheila and Charlie, the brothers’ arrival in Antigua on Thursday must have come as a relief. Their only children, aged 27, 26 and 21 respectively, have just spent 35 days, nine hours and nine minutes in a 28ft boat, travelling 2,720 nautical miles from the Canaries in the
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Conor McGregor marks UFC return with stunning 40-second win18h Conor McGregor marks UFC return with stunning 40-second win
Conor McGregor has marked his return to mixed martial arts with a definitive UFC victory, beating Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds.
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18h How to nail an eco-friendly budget holiday
From travel to food, accommodation and even social media - there are ways of helping the planet when you book your next group holiday.
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Hail pelts Melbourne and severe storms forecast in NSW as bushfires continue to burn18h Hail pelts Melbourne and severe storms forecast in NSW as bushfires continue to burn
Flood warnings issued for rivers on mid-north coast as 69 fires remain burning in NSW and 15 in Victoria An unpredictable mix of fire and rain hit Victoria and New South Wales on Sunday, as the country’s months-long bushfire crisis continued. Hail the size of golf balls pelted some Melbourne suburbs as thunderstorms and heavy rain moved across southern Victoria.
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Black Wave by Kim Ghattas review – insightful history of Middle Eastern conflict18h Black Wave by Kim Ghattas review – insightful history of Middle Eastern conflict
An essential account of the ideologies that have shaped the region In the course of 1979, three events changed the Middle East. The first was Iran’s Islamic revolution. That saw
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Video shows ANOTHER driver on wrong side of road near spot where teenager Harry Dunn was killed18h Video shows ANOTHER driver on wrong side of road near spot where teenager Harry Dunn was killed
Northamptonshire Chief Constable Nick Adderley has demanded an urgent meeting, after footage was released of a driver on the wrong side of the road near the US airbase where Harry Dunn was killed.
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Facebook Apologizes for Vulgar Translation of Chinese Leader’s Name18h Updated Facebook Apologizes for Vulgar Translation of Chinese Leader’s Name
“This should not have happened and we are taking steps to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” the company said.
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China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Outbreak Concerns19h Updated China Reports New Cases of Deadly Virus, Adding to Outbreak Concerns
The spread of the pneumonialike illness comes ahead of Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions of people in China will travel.
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A Very Stable Genius review: dysfunction and disaster at the court of King Donald19h A Very Stable Genius review: dysfunction and disaster at the court of King Donald
Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, Pulitzer-winning Washington Post reporters, have produced a vital and alarming read In January 2018, Michael Wolff’s
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The Observer view on the EU’s weakness on the world stage | Observer editorial19h The Observer view on the EU’s weakness on the world stage | Observer editorial
Its new commission is failing to enact its grand ambitions, as destructive global power games are played out by others It has been a difficult start to 2020 for the EU and the new European commission, which took office last month.
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Silver Ferns face first big test of 2020 – without Langman, Rore, Folau or Korpua19h Silver Ferns face first big test of 2020 – without Langman, Rore, Folau or Korpua
Netball team will look quite different from World Cup-winning outfit, as they take on understrength England The new-look Silver Ferns will take on England in their first international of 2020 without some of their biggest hitters on the court. Captain Laura Langman is on sabbatical, as is key defender Katrina Rore, and neither will play in the inaugural Netball Nations Cup in the UK that starts on Sunday night, UK time. The Ferns will take on England, Jamaica and South Africa; Australia’s Diamonds are not playing in this tournament.
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20h Conor McGregor beats Donald Cerrone in first round at UFC 246 in Las Vegas
Conor McGregor makes a winning return with a first-round victory over Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 in Las Vegas.
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20h Australia fires: Victoria braces for severe storms
Heavy rains have dampened many of Australia's blazes, while bringing flooding to some areas.
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Coronavirus: China reports 17 new cases of Sars-like mystery virus20h Coronavirus: China reports 17 new cases of Sars-like mystery virus
Three of the new cases are severe, with experts worried about the disease’s spread ahead of lunar new year China reported 17 new cases of the mysterious Sars-like virus on Sunday, including three in a severe condition, heightening fears ahead of China’s lunar new year holiday, when hundreds of millions of people move around the country. The new coronavirus strain has caused alarm because of its connection to severe acute respiratory syndrome, which killed nearly 650 people across mainland China and Hong Kong in 2002-03.
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Childcare fees up 3% in last quarter and 34% since Coalition took power in 201321h Childcare fees up 3% in last quarter and 34% since Coalition took power in 2013
Education minister Dan Tehan defends government’s record on childcare costs and urges families to ‘shop around’ Dan Tehan has defended the Coalition’s record on childcare after revelations that fees have increased by 3% in the last quarter and by more than 34% since the Coalition was elected in 2013. The education minister said on Sunday that since
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21h Updated Former Florida Mayor sentenced to 51 months after defrauding charity
A former Florida mayor was sentenced to 51 months in prison Friday after defrauding the charity United Way of more than half a million dollars.
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Two months in a barrel: South African man set to break pole-sitting world record22h Two months in a barrel: South African man set to break pole-sitting world record
Vernon Kruger, who has not set foot on the ground since November, says sleeping in the barrel is ‘not very easy’ Vernon Kruger has been sitting in a barrel suspended 25 metres above ground for more than two months. Overlooking the South African town of Dullstroom, the 52-year old is about to break a
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China Reports 17 New Cases of Mysterious Virus22h Updated China Reports 17 New Cases of Mysterious Virus
The spread of the pneumonialike illness adds to fears of a broader outbreak ahead of China’s busiest travel season.
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Sports clubs that missed out in $100m grants program could bring class action22h Sports clubs that missed out in $100m grants program could bring class action
Lawyers cite scathing audit office report saying it was ‘not evident’ what the legal basis for Bridget McKenzie to approve the grants was Clubs which missed out on federal funding under the $100m sports program overseen by Bridget McKenzie could bring court cases to overturn the former sports minister’s decisions, lawyers from two plaintiff firms have said. Slater and Gordon is investigating the possibility of a class action and Maurice Blackburn principal lawyer, Josh Bornstein, has offered to work pro bono for clubs which were denied funding under a program
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22h Stalkers to face court orders during police probes
Courts will be able to ban stalkers from contacting or approaching their victims while police investigate.
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Tanzania to relocate 36 Serengeti lions after attacks on humans and cattle23h Tanzania to relocate 36 Serengeti lions after attacks on humans and cattle
The lions, which live on the edge of the national park, will be moved to avoid conflicts with people and livestock Tanzania will find a new home for 36 lions following a slew of attacks by the big cats on people and cattle. The lions, an increasingly endangered species, live on the edge of the safari mecca of the Serengeti national park, but have been affected by encroaching human activity.
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Hundreds of law enforcement agencies using new facial recognition app with 3 billion image database23h Hundreds of law enforcement agencies using new facial recognition app with 3 billion image database
Clearview AI lets users upload a person's photo, then matches it up to to publicly-available photos of that person, displaying those images along with links to where they appeared online.
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UK vegan cheese manufacture banned from calling its product PARMESANS23h UK vegan cheese manufacture banned from calling its product PARMESANS
And after the Consortium of Parmigiano Reggiano threatened legal action, British artisan vegan cheese company I Am Nut OK has been forced to change the name.
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Middle-class father pens a vivid prison diary giving an insight into the system23h Middle-class father pens a vivid prison diary giving an insight into the system
CHRIS ATKINS: My cell is about 6ft by 12ft. The mattresses on the bunk beds are made from heavy-duty blue plastic, designed for the easy cleaning of bodily fluids.
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High air pressure set to black out TV shows including Dancing on Ice23h High air pressure set to black out TV shows including Dancing on Ice
High air pressure is threatening to scramble TV and radio signals across the UK (map pictured). Freeview, BT, TalkTalk, YouView and Plusnet customers could be affected.
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Fury of female police officer who was assaulted by TV Special Forces star Ant Middleton23h Fury of female police officer who was assaulted by TV Special Forces star Ant Middleton
Friends of PC Katherine Alison (pictured) say she remains traumatised by the incident in Chelmsford in 2013 that led to the ex-Special Boat Service trooper receiving a 14-month prison sentence.
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The military ranks that Prince Harry will give up23h The military ranks that Prince Harry will give up
The loss of his military titles and appointments is likely to be particularly painful for Prince Harry, who appeared to be at his happiest either serving in uniform or spending time with fellow veterans.
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New Zealand woman Jessie Kirk loses 46 kilograms after gastric sleeve surgery23h New Zealand woman Jessie Kirk loses 46 kilograms after gastric sleeve surgery
Jessie Kirk, from Auckland, was called fat from the age of 10, and has been 'constantly reminded' of her size throughout her life.
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Video: grandfather dangled toddler out of Royal Caribbean window for THIRTY SECONDS23h Video: grandfather dangled toddler out of Royal Caribbean window for THIRTY SECONDS
Royal Caribbean Cruises' filing in U.S. District Court in Miami comes in response to a lawsuit Chloe's parents filed in December, accusing the operator of negligence in her death.
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Dumpling the blind labrador dumped on the Brisbane finds a new home after social media plea23h Dumpling the blind labrador dumped on the Brisbane finds a new home after social media plea
Labrador Rescue put a heartfelt plea on social media on Thursday, desperate to find Dumpling a home after she was abandoned by her previous owners.
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Chris Hemsworth among A-list celebrities part $76million package to boost Australian tourism24h Chris Hemsworth among A-list celebrities part $76million package to boost Australian tourism
The federal government has announced a $76million package to give the industry a much-needed boost in the wake of the ongoing bushfire crisis that has devastated Australia.
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Ansett Australia logo spotted on Redfern shopfront24h Ansett Australia logo spotted on Redfern shopfront
The arrival of a shopfront in Redfern, in inner Sydney, with the Ansett logo on the door was cause for speculation online that the airline was set to make a resurrection.
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Prince Harry and Meghan: Frogmore Cottage may cost £360k a year24h Prince Harry and Meghan: Frogmore Cottage may cost £360k a year
Royal sources have revealed that the couple will have to pay a commercial rate for the cottage, even though they are set to spend most of the year abroad.
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Mother of tragic allergy girl, 18, lashes out at NHS blunders24h Mother of tragic allergy girl, 18, lashes out at NHS blunders
Emma Turay, pictured with her daughter Allysha, right, holding a photograph of Shante Turay-Thomas, 18, who died after an NHS 111 call centre failed to recognise the seriousness of her anaphylaxis.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: who will pay £7.6m security?24h Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: who will pay £7.6m security?
Buckingham Palace didn't directly address the security issue. There has been a growing row over who will pick up the bill while the couple split their time between the UK and Canada.
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Prince Harry expected to still get Duchy of Cornwall payments24h Prince Harry expected to still get Duchy of Cornwall payments
Last night's bombshell announcement revealed the couple would give up Sovereign Grant money and will repay the £2.4million used for the Frogmore Cottage refurbishments.
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24h Dragon boating: The ancient sport helping breast cancer survivors
The sport helps the women make friends and share their experiences.
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24h Frank Skinner: ‘I’m all for a bit of moral menace’
The comedian on telling jokes in the "woke" era, fame, fatherhood and football.
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24h Comme des Garçons criticized for cultural appropriation for using lace front cornrow wigs
Major Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons has always pushed boundaries. But this time, they may have gone too far.
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24h Australia fires: Have gum trees made the bushfires worse?
Eucalyptus trees tend to be highly flammable, but they also have the ability to recover from fires.
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24h The couple will no longer receive public funds or use their HRH titles
The future role of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been agreed and the new arrangements will come into effect this spring.
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World leaders gather in bid to resolve escalating Libya civil war25h World leaders gather in bid to resolve escalating Libya civil war
Boris Johnson will join other world leaders - including Russia's Vladimir Putin - at a summit in Berlin on Sunday aimed at trying to resolve an escalating civil war in Libya.
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25h US National Archives sorry for blurring Trump signs
The US agency says it was wrong to blur out signs critical of the president at the 2017 Women's March.
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Severe thunderstorms to hit NSW as bushfires continue to burn25h Severe thunderstorms to hit NSW as bushfires continue to burn
Flood warnings issued for rivers on mid-north coast as 69 fires remain burning in NSW and 15 in Victoria An unpredictable mix of fire and rain will hit Victoria and New South Wales on Sunday, as the country’s months-long bushfire crisis continues. Severe thunderstorms have been forecast for large parts of NSW and flood warnings have been issued for the Bellinger and Orara rivers on the NSW mid-north coast.
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25h Best shots: Stuart Bingham beats David Gilbert to reach Masters final
Watch some of the best shots as Stuart Bingham beats debutant David Gilbert 6-2 to reach the Masters final at Alexandra Palace where he will take on Ali Carter.
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25h Updated Millions remain in the path of a large-scale winter storm as it tracks through the Northeast
Heavy snow will fall across the Midwest as tens of millions remain in the path of a dangerous winter storm through the weekend.
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26h Boy, 10, stabbed in Leicester street while out with mother
The child suffered non life-threatening injuries in the attack in Leicester on Saturday afternoon.
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