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Cabinet coup to ditch May within days: Minsters plot to replace ‘haywire’ Prime Minister8m Updated Cabinet coup to ditch May within days: Minsters plot to replace ‘haywire’ Prime Minister
Remainer and Brexiteer factions want to replace Mrs May with the Leave mastermind Environment Secretary or Cabinet Office Minister Mr Lidington, who backed Remain in 2016.
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Police launch a murder investigation after a man is stabbed to death in north London 8m Updated Police launch a murder investigation after a man is stabbed to death in north London 
Scotland Yard said officers were called to reports of an injured man at an address in Marsh Road, Pinner, at around 6am on Sunday.
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Brexit: Theresa May urged to quit to help deal pass8m Updated Brexit: Theresa May urged to quit to help deal pass
Senior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.
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Petition to cancel Brexit closes in on 5m signatures16m Updated Petition to cancel Brexit closes in on 5m signatures
The petition is now the most popular on record, reaching 4.8m signatures by Sunday morning. The reported million-strong march in London would be the largest such turnout since the Iraq War in 2003.
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Tragedy as girl, nine, dies and boy, six, fights for his life after horror two-car collision 20m Updated Tragedy as girl, nine, dies and boy, six, fights for his life after horror two-car collision 
A little girl has died and a young boy is being flown to Brisbane in a critical condition after a crash near Rockhampton on Sunday.
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Thailand votes in first post-coup election32m Updated Thailand votes in first post-coup election
The military says the vote will restore democracy, but it is expected to remain influential.
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Schoolgirls as young as 13 are seeking Botox to mimic celebrities41m Schoolgirls as young as 13 are seeking Botox to mimic celebrities
Dr Nick Lowe, of west London, who is one of the dermatologists who pioneered the cosmetic treatment in the 1990s, said it was an ‘extremely sad and very worrying’ situation.
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ISIS fighters plot more attacks in Europe after losing territory43m Updated ISIS fighters plot more attacks in Europe after losing territory
The ISIS fanatics are said to be setting up sleeper cells - so-called 'crocodile cells' - in Syria and the West to 'kill the enemies of God', after they were forced out of their last holdout in eastern Syria.
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Tens of thousands of people attend memorial in Christchurch for victims of the mosque terror attack44m Updated Tens of thousands of people attend memorial in Christchurch for victims of the mosque terror attack
The vigil, held in North Hagley Park, began at 5pm local time with prayers led by Muslim and Christian leaders, followed by performances from singers and a kapa haka group.
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Thug let off 21 times for carrying a knife, and one arrested for 17 separate assaults on police46m Updated Thug let off 21 times for carrying a knife, and one arrested for 17 separate assaults on police
The disturbing examples of 'soft justice' come amid fears that the approach is fuelling Britain's violence and knife crime. Criminals are being spared jail despite committing dozens of crimes.
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The B-Team: are Beto, Biden and Bernie the best Democrats can offer?56m The B-Team: are Beto, Biden and Bernie the best Democrats can offer?
The party is diverse but it has a problem – beating Trump – and it may be that a straight white man is best placed to help It was the kind of welcome of which some presidential candidates, campaigning for months, might have been jealous.
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Boy, 15, rushed to hospital with head injuries after falling off a cliff near Byron Bay’s lighthouse58m Updated Boy, 15, rushed to hospital with head injuries after falling off a cliff near Byron Bay’s lighthouse
The 15-year-old boy and a friend were walking on the northern NSW Cape Byron track near the lighthouse just after 2pm on Saturday when the boy suddenly fell several metres.
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1h Updated Passengers lifted from stricken cruise ship
Tug boats tried to pull a cruise ship to shore Sunday after it was stranded in rough seas off Norway with 1,300 people aboard following engine failure, rescue officials said.
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Murder inquiry as man stabbed to death in Pinner1h 7m Murder inquiry as man stabbed to death in Pinner
The man was found stabbed to death in a property in Pinner, north-west London, at about 06:00 GMT.
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Seven people rushed to hospital in England after being bitten by CROCODILES last year, NHS reveals1h 10m Seven people rushed to hospital in England after being bitten by CROCODILES last year, NHS reveals
A total of 17,708 people were rushed to hospital with animal-related injuries in the last year to 2018. There were seven crocodile bites recorded from a total of 58 non-venomous reptile cases.
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Gladys Berejiklian’s glamorous blonde sister steals the show in a glittering gown 1h 14m Updated Gladys Berejiklian’s glamorous blonde sister steals the show in a glittering gown 
The fiery blonde dazzled onlookers in a sparkling floor-length gown as she joined in on celebrations in her sister's honour after Gladys won the NSW state election.
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Disneyland Paris lockdown after faulty escalator causes crowds to flee amid fears of terror attack1h 21m Updated Disneyland Paris lockdown after faulty escalator causes crowds to flee amid fears of terror attack
A faulty escalator at the main railway station for Disneyland Paris sparked mass panic on Saturday night as families could be seen shrieking and rushing away from the resort.
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‘Ian Curtis wanted to make extreme music, no half measures’1h 26m ‘Ian Curtis wanted to make extreme music, no half measures’
Forty years after Joy Division’s seminal debut album, Jon Savage’s oral history, extracted below, sheds new
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Last cigarette smoked in England will be put out in 2050, scientists claim1h 30m Updated Last cigarette smoked in England will be put out in 2050, scientists claim
Increased use of NHS services to help people quit, the popularity of e-cigarettes and heated tobacco account for the decline in the study, commissioned by tobacco giant Philip Morris.
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Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios blows up at umpire after losing doubles match at the Miami Open 1h 39m Updated Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios blows up at umpire after losing doubles match at the Miami Open 
Australian tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios has had yet another on-court meltdown, this time in the US at the Miami Open after he bowed out of the doubles draw.
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House where Michael Corleone lived in The Godfather hits the market for $1.37millon1h 40m Updated House where Michael Corleone lived in The Godfather hits the market for $1.37millon
Located in the affluent Emerson Hill neighborhood in Staten Island, the Tudor-style home at 120 Longfellow Avenue comes with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
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Meet the son of billionaire Australian whose life is stream of ‘cars, beautiful girls and parties’1h 54m Updated Meet the son of billionaire Australian whose life is stream of ‘cars, beautiful girls and parties’
Tom Isner sold the SAE Group in 2010 for $300million and his son Bobby moved to Europe to live with him, something that caused his life to 'change forever'.
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Sadiq Khan challenges Theresa May to act against Tory Islamophobia1h 56m Sadiq Khan challenges Theresa May to act against Tory Islamophobia
London mayor tells prime minister: join Labour in adopting a new definition of hate crime against MuslimsThe mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has challenged the Conservatives
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Universities to be fined for awarding too many top degrees1h 56m Universities to be fined for awarding too many top degrees
Education secretary Damian Hinds to take tough measures on institutions found guilty of artificial grade inflationBritish universities must slash the number of top degrees they award or risk undermining their world-class reputation, the education secretary has warned. Damian Hinds said there had been a steep and unjustifiable rise in the awarding of first-class degrees, urging universities to “reset the norm” by handing out a higher proportion of 2:1s. Offending universities could face fines, or even be prevented from awarding degrees at all.
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Hamilton’s young star says Britain must confront its colonial past1h 56m Hamilton’s young star says Britain must confront its colonial past
Jamael Westman explains how his role in the West End show has affected his politics as well as his careerThe swift rise to fame of Jamael Westman, leading man in the London cast of the hit musical
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One telling image: in a Brussels corridor, the EU takes back control of Brexit1h 56m One telling image: in a Brussels corridor, the EU takes back control of Brexit
A photo of an ad hoc crisis meeting gives an insight into the efforts made to cope with a floundering British governmentAs pictures go, it spoke volumes. On Thursday evening in Brussels, Bulgaria’s permanent representative to the EU, Dimiter Tzantchev,
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Calls for the controversial picture of footy star Tayla Harris to become the logo for women’s AFL2h Calls for the controversial picture of footy star Tayla Harris to become the logo for women’s AFL
Two prominent media identities believe now is the opportune time to make the controversial picture of Tayla Harris the permanent logo for women's AFL.
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Prince Harry and Meghan to splash out £50,000 on soundproofing unit for their new Windsor home2h Updated Prince Harry and Meghan to splash out £50,000 on soundproofing unit for their new Windsor home
Meghan and Harry have reportedly spent a record £3million renovating their Grade II listed Frogmore Cottage which is situated in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
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School principal is slammed for using the N-word during speech about racism2h School principal is slammed for using the N-word during speech about racism
Principal Richard Minack at Brighton Secondary College, Melbourne, has been criticised for using the N-word three times during school assembly following the Christchurch terror attack.
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McCann parents still owe thousands in legal fees from libel case2h McCann parents still owe thousands in legal fees from libel case
The parents of Madeleine McCann are still being chased for legal fees by Goncalo Amaral. The Portuguese detective's 2008 book about the case has been the subject of a lengthy legal battle.
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The Great Escape remembered 75 years on2h The Great Escape remembered 75 years on
Only three Allied prisoners managed to escape the German PoW camp, 50 were executed.
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Man found stabbed to death in Pinner2h Man found stabbed to death in Pinner
The man was found stabbed to death in a property in Pinner, north-west London, at about 06:00 GMT.
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Frantic search for woman, 50, who mysteriously vanished after crashing her car on a rural highway 2h Frantic search for woman, 50, who mysteriously vanished after crashing her car on a rural highway 
Ann Beaumont, 50, was seen wandering into bushland with a head injury near Maranboy, a small Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory, after crashing her white Holden Commodore.
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Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems2h Updated Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems
Hundreds are being airlifted from the cruise ship, which suffered engine problems in choppy seas.
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My lesbian fling with Spice Girl bandmate Geri: Mel B finally clears up 25 years of rumours2h Updated My lesbian fling with Spice Girl bandmate Geri: Mel B finally clears up 25 years of rumours
Mel B has confirmed she did have a sexual encounter with Spice Girls bandmate Geri Halliwell. Repeatedly pressed about persistent rumours she told Piers Morgan they had been more than friends.
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Russian tourist tries to smuggle drugged orangutan out of Bali2h Russian tourist tries to smuggle drugged orangutan out of Bali
A Russian tourist has been arrested for trying to smuggle a drugged orangutan out of the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
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England thrash Sri Lanka in first T20 after hosts dismissed for 942h England thrash Sri Lanka in first T20 after hosts dismissed for 94
England cruise to an eight-wicket victory after dismissing the hosts for just 94 in the first Twenty20 international in Sri Lanka.
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Miami Open: Serena Williams withdraws, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins3h Miami Open: Serena Williams withdraws, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins
Eight-time winner Serena Williams withdraws from the Miami Open because of injury, as world number one Naomi Osaka suffers a shock exit.
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Horrifying footage captures the moment two cars collide on a rural road3h Horrifying footage captures the moment two cars collide on a rural road
Uploaded to Dash Cam Owners Australia, the camera captured the moment of the horrific crash on Inglis Road in Berwick, south-east Melbourne on February 23.
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Golden State Warriors suffer worst defeat since 20073h Golden State Warriors suffer worst defeat since 2007
Golden State Warriors suffer their worst defeat of the season, losing 126-91 at home to the Dallas Mavericks.
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3h Updated Abandon Brexit, say London marchers. But will lawmakers listen?
For 29-year-old communications worker Naomi Penfold, taking the train down to London from Cambridge for Saturday's "Put It to the People" rally was daunting.
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Rape and sexual assaults investigated at military police school3h Rape and sexual assaults investigated at military police school
Service detectives are questioning instructors and recruits at the Defence School of Policing and Guarding (DSP G) near Portsmouth, where the incidents are said to have taken place.
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Man is fighting for his life after being attacked by armed African men3h Updated Man is fighting for his life after being attacked by armed African men
The Melbourne man was hit on the head with a blunt object as he stepped out of the passenger's seat of a black Toyota sedan at 4.30am on King Street in West Melbourne.
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An ISIS Couple’s Troubling Path to Terror Recruiting3h An ISIS Couple’s Troubling Path to Terror Recruiting
A well-educated pair from the Philippines have been captured in Syria after becoming high-profile recruiters for the terrorist group.
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Socialite scammer, 28, will be deported back to Germany REGARDLESS of conviction4h Updated Socialite scammer, 28, will be deported back to Germany REGARDLESS of conviction
Anna Delvey, a 28-year-old whose real name is Anna Sorokin, is said to have overstayed her visa in the United States. She had arrived in the US on the Visa Waiver Program on June 7, 2017.
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Explosion in Syria Kills Driver for NBC News Team4h Explosion in Syria Kills Driver for NBC News Team
The blast occurred hours after a U.S.-backed militia announced that the Islamic State had been routed from its last patch of Syrian territory.
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Gold Star father Khizr Khan slams Trump for his comments about John McCain4h Updated Gold Star father Khizr Khan slams Trump for his comments about John McCain
Khizr Khan spoke hours after President Trump attacked John McCain yet again on Thursday, calling him 'horrible' after the late senator's two daughters begged him to leave their dad and family alone.
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Heart-breaking last moments of three-year-old who died in Christchurch mosque massacre5h Updated Heart-breaking last moments of three-year-old who died in Christchurch mosque massacre
Mucaad Ibrahim, three, was inside the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch on March 15 with is father Aden, 60, when Brenton Tarrant allegedly stormed the building and killed worshipers.
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PICTURED: Two soldiers are killed in Afghanistan during a fight with the Taliban5h Updated PICTURED: Two soldiers are killed in Afghanistan during a fight with the Taliban
Sgt. 1st Class Will D. Lindsay, 33, and Spc. Joseph P. Collette, 29, died from wounds sustained during combat operations in Kunduz province, Afghanistan.
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How Robert Mueller spent the Friday after filing his report5h Updated How Robert Mueller spent the Friday after filing his report
Robert Mueller was spotted eating dinner Friday night at a Washington DC restaurant he's known to frequent eating scallops. He was dining out with his wife hours after filing the report.
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Three metre waves smash Australia’s west coast as tropical cyclone Veronica nears land5h Updated Three metre waves smash Australia’s west coast as tropical cyclone Veronica nears land
Residents in Western Australia have been warned to brace for damaging winds and huge swells as Tropical Cyclone Veronica prepares to make landfall on Sunday afternoon.
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Alyssa Milano urge Hollywood stop shooting in Georgia after lawmakers signed heartbeat abortion bill5h Alyssa Milano urge Hollywood stop shooting in Georgia after lawmakers signed heartbeat abortion bill
Alyssa Milano tweeted that the Georgia's anit-abortion bil, which would limit abortions to six weeks after conception, would 'strip women of their bodily autonomy'.
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Mueller report: US Congress awaits key findings from Attorney General Barr6h Mueller report: US Congress awaits key findings from Attorney General Barr
The Attorney General is expected to submit key conclusions from the report on Sunday.
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Mother, father and their son are accused of running a drug syndicate in Sydney6h Updated Mother, father and their son are accused of running a drug syndicate in Sydney
A mother, father and their son are accused of running a 'well-organised' drug syndicate allegedly responsible for 'hundreds' of cocaine deals across Sydney.
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6h Historic royal visit to Cuba at odds with US stance
Royal visits overseas always attract a great deal of scrutiny, but none in recent memory has been quite as politically sensitive and potentially inflammatory towards the UK's closest ally than this one.
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Barnaby Joyce slammed for treatment of female Labor Senator during live NSW election broadcast7h Updated Barnaby Joyce slammed for treatment of female Labor Senator during live NSW election broadcast
Barnaby Joyce has come under fire after clashing with state Labor Senator Jenny McAllister live on air during Channel Seven's NSW state election coverage.
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Cruise Ship Near Norway With Nearly 1,400 Passengers Is Being Evacuated7h Updated Cruise Ship Near Norway With Nearly 1,400 Passengers Is Being Evacuated
Dramatic videos and photos on Twitter showed the ship listing, furniture sliding from one side to the other and water rushing on board.
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Brexit: May urged to quit to help deal pass7h Brexit: May urged to quit to help deal pass
Senior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.
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MP Chris Minns to consider challenging NSW Labor leader Michael Daley as election counting resumes 7h Updated MP Chris Minns to consider challenging NSW Labor leader Michael Daley as election counting resumes 
Michael Daley's role as NSW Opposition Leader could be under threat from party colleagues following Saturday's disappointing election loss. But Mr Daley vowed on Sunday to stay put as NSW Labor leader
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7h Updated How an 83-year-old found a new lease on life developing mobile apps
For one of the oldest app developers in the world, being a "dokkyo roujin" -- an elderly person who lives alone -- turned out to be a benefit in the long run.
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Rafi Eitan, Israeli Spymaster Who Caught Eichmann, Is Dead at 928h Updated Rafi Eitan, Israeli Spymaster Who Caught Eichmann, Is Dead at 92
He led the team that seized the Nazi architect of the Final Solution in Argentina and later handled the American spy Jonathan Jay Pollard.
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US-backed Syrian troops taunted defeated ISIS fighters with techno pop after a six-week siege8h Updated US-backed Syrian troops taunted defeated ISIS fighters with techno pop after a six-week siege
After a six-week long siege at Baghuz in eastern Syria the victorious SDF forces blasted Arab techno music to torment the ISIS soldiers who had banned such tunes across their 'caliphate.'
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Minister killed in al Shabab attack in Somalia8h Minister killed in al Shabab attack in Somalia
A minister is among five dead after gunmen stormed a government building in Somalia.
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Olympic walker opens up about the day his mental demons almost overwhelmed him 8h Updated Olympic walker opens up about the day his mental demons almost overwhelmed him 
The 27-year-old was at the peak of his career after competing in the Olympic Games in Rio when he began to feel overwhelmed with mental health issues.
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Monster waves, gnarly barrels and epic airtime: the best surfing moments of 20189h Monster waves, gnarly barrels and epic airtime: the best surfing moments of 2018
The finalists for the 2019 Nikon Surf Photo of the Year and the Surf Video of the Year have been announced.
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Caerphilly burns survivor enters beauty pageant9h Caerphilly burns survivor enters beauty pageant
Laura Masters spent years hiding her scars but wants to help other burns survivors boost their confidence.
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Soldiers received 3,000 Viagra pills and 60 therapy sessions after active service ruined sex lives9h Updated Soldiers received 3,000 Viagra pills and 60 therapy sessions after active service ruined sex lives
As many as 3,000 UK soldiers received Viagra pills over the last five years after active service. Moreover, 60 received psychosexual sessions to help with their lives in the bedroom.
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RAF to take 20 tonnes of supplies to cyclone survivors9h RAF to take 20 tonnes of supplies to cyclone survivors
An RAF aircraft is to deliver 20 tonnes of UK aid supplies to countries devastated by Cyclone Idai.
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Cyclone Idai: Scores more deaths reported in Mozambique9h Cyclone Idai: Scores more deaths reported in Mozambique
At least 700 people have now been declared dead across Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
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Incredible never-before-seen footage shows Steve McQueen behind the scenes on The Great Escape9h Updated Incredible never-before-seen footage shows Steve McQueen behind the scenes on The Great Escape
EXCLUSIVE: The footage, shot in 1962 during filming near Fussen, Germany, and owned by stuntman Tim Gibbes, now 85, shows the famous motorcycle escape by Hilts (Steve McQueen).
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British advertising guru is calling for Google and Facebook to be broken up9h Updated British advertising guru is calling for Google and Facebook to be broken up
Sir John Hegarty – the man behind the famous 1980s Levi’s laundrette advert said companies such as Google and Facebook must be strictly regulated as they have ‘turned into monopolies’.
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Number 10 makes last-minute appeal to Jacob Rees-Mogg to help persuade Tory rebels to vote for deal9h Updated Number 10 makes last-minute appeal to Jacob Rees-Mogg to help persuade Tory rebels to vote for deal
Jacob Rees- Mogg was last night billed as Theresa May’s ‘last chance’ of salvaging her Brexit deal. A senior Government source said Downing Street was pinning all its hopes on him.
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Why are boys still being discriminated against over vital HPV cancer jab?9h Why are boys still being discriminated against over vital HPV cancer jab?
Mail on Sunday journalist David Rose, right, campaigned for boys to receive the HPV vaccine to help protect them from cancer, however his son Daniel, left, is too old to benefit from the scheme.
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Baby boy is rushed to hospital with injuries to his face and head after falling three storeys9h Updated Baby boy is rushed to hospital with injuries to his face and head after falling three storeys
A baby boy has been taken to hospital with head injuries after falling from the third floor of a Brisbane building.
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Boeing Was ‘Go, Go, Go’ to Beat Airbus With the 737 Max9h Updated Boeing Was ‘Go, Go, Go’ to Beat Airbus With the 737 Max
Caught short by its rival’s gains, Boeing raced to update its workhorse jet rather than design a new one. Workers describe a hectic project, but say they hadn’t felt safety was compromised.
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British Army soldier reprimanded after going on a killing spree during virtual battlefield exercise10h British Army soldier reprimanded after going on a killing spree during virtual battlefield exercise
The Edinburgh-based soldier from 3rd Battalion, the Rifles, got fed up with ‘playing soldiers’ on a computer and went rogue. He may be first punished under UK military law for virtual offences.
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Go now, Prime Minister, and your deal may yet prevail, writes NIGEL EVANS, senior Tory Back Bencher10h Updated Go now, Prime Minister, and your deal may yet prevail, writes NIGEL EVANS, senior Tory Back Bencher
When I, and 20 of my Tory colleagues, met Theresa May in her Commons office last week, we saw a Prime Minister visibly worn down by the Brexit crisis. Our encounter was civil but frank.
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Mother of murdered student Libby Squires, 21, posts heart-breaking Facebook tribute10h Updated Mother of murdered student Libby Squires, 21, posts heart-breaking Facebook tribute
On Saturday morning, Lisa Squire took to Facebook to share her grief and pain as the family tries to come to terms with the devastating loss of the 21-year-old in Hull.
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The grieving mum helping underprivileged students10h The grieving mum helping underprivileged students
How a grieving mother created a trust to help underprivileged students embarking on university life.
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So why ARE we fighting for the killer Prince of Saudi Arabia?, asks MICHAEL BURLEIGH 10h Updated So why ARE we fighting for the killer Prince of Saudi Arabia?, asks MICHAEL BURLEIGH 
Saudi Arabia’s barbaric murder of dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi, who was strangled then cut to pieces in their Turkish embassy, has quite rightly drawn opprobrium from around the world.
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How Great Escape veteran Alan Bryett was foiled in 194410h How Great Escape veteran Alan Bryett was foiled in 1944
Alan Bryett helped dispose of mud and sand as the tunnels were being dug at the German prison camp.
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Prince Charles and Camilla arrive in Grenada for tour10h Updated Prince Charles and Camilla arrive in Grenada for tour
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are in Grenada where they will learn more about local agriculture and the history of cocoa and spice production on the island.
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Theresa May is told she must go as ministers plot to install Michael Gove in No 10 to save Brexit 10h Updated Theresa May is told she must go as ministers plot to install Michael Gove in No 10 to save Brexit 
A senior Downing Street source told The Mail on Sunday last night that even Mrs May’s Chief Whip, Julian Smith, had advised her to set out her departure plans. Michael Gove may replace her.
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Teacher at Sydney Muslim school has garbage tipped on car and SANITARY PADS wiped on door handles10h Updated Teacher at Sydney Muslim school has garbage tipped on car and SANITARY PADS wiped on door handles
An Islamic school teacher working in Sydney's west was horrified to discover her Audi Q5 luxury SUV covered in garbage after leaving work on Thursday.
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Cyclone Idai: How prepared was southern Africa?10h Cyclone Idai: How prepared was southern Africa?
The tropical cyclone took governments by surprise and caused widespread destruction across the region.
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AFL star Tayla Harris to play Grand Final after her team wins their semi by 36 points10h Updated AFL star Tayla Harris to play Grand Final after her team wins their semi by 36 points
Harris lead her team through a defiant performance at the preliminary final at Ikon Park in Melbourne on Saturday night.
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How hate crime officers came knocking at the door of a devout Catholic10h Updated How hate crime officers came knocking at the door of a devout Catholic
Catholic journalist Caroline Farrow, 44, was told by Surrey Police that she had to attend an interview under caution or face arrest after she used the wrong pronoun to describe a transgender woman.
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State election drama in New South Wales as the Coalition wins a historic third term11h Updated State election drama in New South Wales as the Coalition wins a historic third term
Ms Berejiklian on Saturday became the first woman ever to be popularly voted Premier of NSW at an election many predicted the Labor party would win.
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11h Updated Cruise ship evacuating 1,300 people off Norway coast
About 1,300 passengers and crew are being evacuated Saturday from a cruise ship off Norway, Norwegian emergency services said.
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Theresa May hoping to put her Brexit deal up for a vote in the Commons for a THIRD time on Thursday11h Theresa May hoping to put her Brexit deal up for a vote in the Commons for a THIRD time on Thursday
Downing Street is eyeing one last attempt to get Theresa May’s deal over the line by placing it in stark contrast to a soft Brexit that would see Britain – like Norway – stay in the single market.
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Suggestion David Lidington could take over from Theresa May is met with fury and astonishment11h Updated Suggestion David Lidington could take over from Theresa May is met with fury and astonishment
Tory arch-Brexiteers expressed astonishment, asking how installing the passionately pro-European MP as Theresa May’s successor could possibly be the answer to Brexit crisis.
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Cabinet war over plot to replace Theresa May leaves Michael Gove favourite to be caretaker11h Cabinet war over plot to replace Theresa May leaves Michael Gove favourite to be caretaker
On Friday evening, David Lidington, the pro-EU Cabinet Office boss and de facto deputy PM, was said to be in the ‘advanced stages’ of a plot to force Mrs May from office.
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11h Updated Dems warn of subpoena if report not turned over to Congress
House Democrats, anxious about how President Donald Trump's Justice Department will handle the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's findings, are demanding the full report and underlying evidence be publicly released and warning they may use their subpoena power to get the information.
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UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi cuts Michael Jackson from her music after Leaving Neverland11h Updated UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi cuts Michael Jackson from her music after Leaving Neverland
UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi, 21, has cut Michael Jackson's music from her latest floor routine following the shocking allegations made in the documentary Leaving Neverland.
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Artist, 26, fatally struck by SUV in hit and run Manhattan collision, police arrest 27-year-old man12h Updated Artist, 26, fatally struck by SUV in hit and run Manhattan collision, police arrest 27-year-old man
Erica Imbasciani, a 26-year-old Brooklyn artist, was fatally struck by a GMC Yukon Denali driven by 27-year-old Tryik Cooper on Friday in Hamilton Heights.
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Southgate takes cue from Ferguson to manage pressure on young stars12h Southgate takes cue from Ferguson to manage pressure on young stars
England manager Gareth Southgate takes inspiration from Sir Alex Ferguson as he aims to get the best out of Jadon Sancho and Callum Hudson-Odoi.
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Michael Jackson: Barbra Streisand apologises over abuse comments12h Updated Michael Jackson: Barbra Streisand apologises over abuse comments
Barbra Streisand posts apology "for any pain" caused after saying abuse "didn't kill" the victims.
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Diana and Charles cried together on the day of their divorce, claims new Channel 5 documentary  12h Diana and Charles cried together on the day of their divorce, claims new Channel 5 documentary  
There are still things we don't know about the most well-documented divorces of the 20th century. A Channel 5 documentary airing claims Charles and Diana both cried on day of their divorce.
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After a Deadly Ferry Accident, a Grim Vigil at an Iraqi Morgue12h After a Deadly Ferry Accident, a Grim Vigil at an Iraqi Morgue
At least 97 people have died in the accident, which turned a festive Kurdish New Year celebration this week into a scene of horror.
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Terminally-ill British mother, 40, shocks medics after tumour shrinks by 75%12h Terminally-ill British mother, 40, shocks medics after tumour shrinks by 75%
Kate Malvenan, 40, was given the cancer diagnosis in October last year where doctors told her she only had months left to live. She remortgaged her house to fund the £35,000 programme.
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Masterchef viewers double-take at contestant who’s a Jeremy Corbyn doppelganger12h Updated Masterchef viewers double-take at contestant who’s a Jeremy Corbyn doppelganger
Geoff Warburton, 56, won a place in the final of this year's Masterchef last night after he impressed judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode. Viewers say he looks like labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
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Northern lights could appear over New York and other US states this weekend12h Updated Northern lights could appear over New York and other US states this weekend
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a geomagnetic storm may make the Aurora Borealis visible over Upstate New York this weekend, and may extend states.
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Government offers $1,000 to people willing to adopt an untrained wild horse or burro12h Updated Government offers $1,000 to people willing to adopt an untrained wild horse or burro
People are being offered $1,000 to adopt a wild horse or burrow by the Government to address an overpopulation of animals on public lands. The aim of a program is to reduce the costs of caring for them.
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The worst (and best) trains revealed: LNER, Gatwick Express, CrossCountry and TransPennine are worst12h Updated The worst (and best) trains revealed: LNER, Gatwick Express, CrossCountry and TransPennine are worst
Govia Thameslink-owned Gatwick Express and Department of Transport-owned LNER came bottom with barely three out of ten trains arriving on time last year, data from the Office of Rail and Road revealed.
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Ex-Big Brother star Caroline Wharram was mentally fragile and should not have been allowed on show12h Ex-Big Brother star Caroline Wharram was mentally fragile and should not have been allowed on show
CAROLINE WHARRAM: Any suicide is a tragedy, so the two deaths linked to the reality show Love Island should shock me. But the awful truth is this: I’m not surprised at all.
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Don Trump Jr uses Maury Povich paternity meme to mock Democrats12h Updated Don Trump Jr uses Maury Povich paternity meme to mock Democrats
'Democrats, the test results are back, and Donald Trump is your daddy,' read the text on the image Trump Jr posted on Instagram Saturday, a day after Mueller filed his final report.
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Serena Williams pulls out of Miami Open, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins12h Serena Williams pulls out of Miami Open, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins
Eight-time winner Serena Williams withdraws from the Miami Open because of injury, as world number one Naomi Osaka suffers a shock exit.
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Serena Williams pulls out of Miami Open, Petra Kvitova wins13h Serena Williams pulls out of Miami Open, Petra Kvitova wins
Eight-time winner Serena Williams withdraws from the Miami Open because of injury, as Petra Kvitova reaches the fourth round.
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Giant cocktail shaker serving 2,400 gallons of alcohol goes on a tour of Florida13h Updated Giant cocktail shaker serving 2,400 gallons of alcohol goes on a tour of Florida
The 27-feet long, 13 feet tall shaker can hold 2,400 gallons of alcohol. That is the equivalent of 123,000 bottles of Monkey Shoulder, makers say.
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Swimming school that let an accused child rapist keep his job vows to ‘introduce safety measures’ 13h Updated Swimming school that let an accused child rapist keep his job vows to ‘introduce safety measures’ 
A swim school that allowed an alleged child molester to keep his job after complaints he touched girls inappropriately has vowed to 'introduce additional safety measures'.  
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Labor Party supporters mourn after losing the NSW election while Liberals partied away13h Updated Labor Party supporters mourn after losing the NSW election while Liberals partied away
The NSW Liberal Party had a lot to celebrate on Saturday as Gladys Berejiklian became the first ever woman elected as premier in NSW.
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New trams, stadiums and $50 Opal card cap after Gladys Berejiklians wins the NSW election13h New trams, stadiums and $50 Opal card cap after Gladys Berejiklians wins the NSW election
Sydney's embattled tram line will be spared from being ripped up while two stadiums will be demolished, following NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian's election victory.
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Australians sit in silence and stare at each other in eye gazing events battling antisocial media   13h Australians sit in silence and stare at each other in eye gazing events battling antisocial media   
The peculiar sight of strangers silently sitting and staring into each other's eyes in Australian parks is part of the 'eye gazing' phenomenon.  Events across Australia aim to reduce anxiety.
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Hundreds of thousands of chickens may need to be destroyed after enormous salmonella outbreak13h Updated Hundreds of thousands of chickens may need to be destroyed after enormous salmonella outbreak
Bridgewater Poultry in central Victoria has been placed under strict quarantine to stop the outbreak spreading, but the next step will likely involve an enormous chicken cull.
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Racegoers dress to impress as they soak up the sun at Rosehill with Winx also winning her final race13h Updated Racegoers dress to impress as they soak up the sun at Rosehill with Winx also winning her final race
The glamorous race at Rosehill saw a stunning variety of fashion as the action packed day delivered on its promise to entertain.
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Deaths from Cyclone Idai more than double to 732, but final figure not known until waters recede13h Deaths from Cyclone Idai more than double to 732, but final figure not known until waters recede
The new figure comes as the Red Cross's chief in Beira, Mozambique, which was devastated when the cyclone struck on March 14, said the destruction is 'worse than we imagined'.
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Theresa May has failed to offer sound leadership in this toxic Brexit phase | Phillip Lee13h Theresa May has failed to offer sound leadership in this toxic Brexit phase | Phillip Lee
The PM has brought us to this crisis with a series of calamitous decisions How has it come to this? Theresa May and her husband, Philip, have long been friends of mine and I have in the past admired her sense of duty and commitment to her party and her country. So it grieves me that her stubborn choices have left both in peril. At a time when our politics needs statesmanship, not brinkmanship, when our divided people need time to heal and come back together, and when our country needs honest leadership rooted in reality not ideology, Mrs May has embraced division. Rather than providing the calm, compassionate and unifying leadership we so desperately needed after a divisive EU referendum campaign, she rushed to own Brexit. She has clung to power in the process, but she is letting us all down.
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Corbyn’s team split over soft Brexit13h Corbyn’s team split over soft Brexit
Shadow cabinet will clash this week over Norway-style deal or second referendumJeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet is set to clash again over Brexit this week, with supporters of a
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Carefree Trump heads to the golf course from Mar-a-Lago14h Updated Carefree Trump heads to the golf course from Mar-a-Lago
Trump, who is spending the weekend at Mar-a-lago, spent about five hours at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, with sunny skies above and a high of 77 degrees.
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14h Updated Cruise ship evacuating 1,300 people off Norway
About 1,300 passengers and crew are being evacuated Saturday from a cruise ship off Norway, Norwegian emergency services said.
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Cops steam through Miami Beach on ATVs grabbing booze and drugs from scantily clad spring breakers14h Updated Cops steam through Miami Beach on ATVs grabbing booze and drugs from scantily clad spring breakers
Miami Beach Police took alcohol and drugs away from spring breakers as they sifted through the Florida vacation crowd on Friday after holding an emergency council meeting.
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14h Updated DOJ not sending report conclusions to Hill today
Attorney General William Barr is not sending the "principal conclusions" of special counsel Robert Mueller's report to lawmakers Saturday, multiple congressional sources and a DOJ official tell CNN.
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ISIS Caliphate Crumbles as Last Village in Syria Falls14h Updated ISIS Caliphate Crumbles as Last Village in Syria Falls
American-backed forces took the last remnant of territory under Islamic State rule in Syria, but signs of the group’s resurgence are already visible.
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Serena Williams pulls out of Miami Open with knee injury14h Updated Serena Williams pulls out of Miami Open with knee injury
Eight-time winner Serena Williams withdraws from the Miami Open because of a knee injury.
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The hijab-wearing female police officer whose striking picture of her holding a rifle went viral 14h Updated The hijab-wearing female police officer whose striking picture of her holding a rifle went viral 
Toting a semi-automatic rifle, police officer Michelle Evans looked foreboding as she stood outside a cemetery in Christchurch yesterday. 
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Shooters party take two seats with MASSIVE swings and more than 100,000 votes14h Updated Shooters party take two seats with MASSIVE swings and more than 100,000 votes
The political party which advocates for gun rights retained their seat in Orange, in the Central West region of New South Wales, and nabbed two seats from the Nationals.
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Million joined Brexit protest, organisers say14h Million joined Brexit protest, organisers say
"Put it to the People" placards and banners spell out protesters' demand for a say on the Brexit deal.
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Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Huge Crowds March in London to Demand Second Vote14h Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Huge Crowds March in London to Demand Second Vote
Hundreds of thousands marched in a last-ditch effort to reverse Britain’s looming split from the European Union.
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Off-duty Chicago police officer is shot dead while sitting in parked vehicle14h Updated Off-duty Chicago police officer is shot dead while sitting in parked vehicle
An off-duty Chicago policeman has shot dead while a second man remains in critical condition after a gunman began firing into a parked car in the early hours of Saturday morning.
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Porn star Teanna Trump, 23, claims she had sex with an Indiana Pacers player at 1614h Updated Porn star Teanna Trump, 23, claims she had sex with an Indiana Pacers player at 16
Teanna, real name is Keanna Nichele Jones, said the pair 'had pictures, we had videos of me 16 and having sex'. The age of consent in Indiana is 16 and Trump added 'so he’s good'.
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Sister of Adam Johnson heads to his home - as family celebrations continue after release from prison14h Updated Sister of Adam Johnson heads to his home - as family celebrations continue after release from prison
Faye Johnson was spotted being driven to the 31-year-old footballer's home, located in an upmarket village in County Durham, this afternoon.
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Animal shelter worker is jailed for encouraging female co-worker to have sex with his pitbull15h Updated Animal shelter worker is jailed for encouraging female co-worker to have sex with his pitbull
Booker Thomas, 43, admitted to a Shreveport judge that he actively encouraged his co-worker, 24-year-old Celina Cabrera , to engage in sexual relations with his pet pitbull.
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Patriots owner Robert Kraft breaks his silence in apology15h Updated Patriots owner Robert Kraft breaks his silence in apology
'In deference to the judicial process, I have remained silent these past several weeks,' Kraft, 77, said in a statement on Saturday, one month after being charged with soliciting prostitution.
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Parents of Parkland victim mourn the death Sydney Aiello15h Updated Parents of Parkland victim mourn the death Sydney Aiello
Parkland shooting survivor Sydney Aiello, 19, took her own life on Sunday. The family of her best friend Meadow Pollock, who was slain in the school shooting, paid tribute to her on Friday.
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No aid, no government - just a rusty boat to flee Cyclone Idai carnage15h No aid, no government - just a rusty boat to flee Cyclone Idai carnage
We spotted a rusty-looking fishing boat fighting against the tide near the port city of Beira.
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One-year-old California boy mauled to death by two Rottweiler dogs 15h Updated One-year-old California boy mauled to death by two Rottweiler dogs 
A one-year-old Fresno, California boy has died after he was viciously mauled to death by two Rottweiler dogs that had escaped from a neighboring home on Friday.
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Police Beef Up and Violence Dips in Week 19 of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests15h Updated Police Beef Up and Violence Dips in Week 19 of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests
The number of protesters has dwindled over the past months. But a surge of violence last weekend had renewed scrutiny of the government’s handling of the demonstrations.
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Militia attack on Mali village leaves 115 dead, say early reports15h Militia attack on Mali village leaves 115 dead, say early reports
President of Peulh ethnic group says ‘pregnant women, young and elderly’ targeted by Dogon group in remote area Militia fighters descended on a village in central Mali before dawn on Saturday, killing at least 115 people in the latest deadly attack blamed on an ethnic militia, local authorities said. The massacre in the village of Ogossogou left the village chief and his grandchildren dead in the ethnic Peulh community, according to a local official who had received detailed accounts from the remote area.
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North Carolina woman sues Subway owner after footage shows him allegedly slapping her15h Updated North Carolina woman sues Subway owner after footage shows him allegedly slapping her
Kenneth Lancaster, (pictured), who owns a Subway outlet in North Carolina, is being sued by a woman who complained he slapped her due to a dispute over a sandwich. She recorded the incident.
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Corbyn’s cabinet set for another huge rift over Brexit15h Corbyn’s cabinet set for another huge rift over Brexit
Commons votes will force Labour to decide between a soft Brexit or second referendum Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet is set to clash again over Brexit this week, with supporters of a
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More Than 100 Killed Amid Escalating Violence in Mali16h Updated More Than 100 Killed Amid Escalating Violence in Mali
Gunmen killed dozens of Fulani herders in one of the deadliest such attacks in a region reeling from worsening ethnic and jihadist violence.
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Chelsea Manning: supporters demand release from solitary confinement16h Chelsea Manning: supporters demand release from solitary confinement
Manning held in isolation for 22 hours a day after being jailed for refusing to testify to grand jury investigating WikiLeaks Supporters of Chelsea Manning have demanded her release from effective solitary confinement, in which she has been held for more than two weeks since being
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Islamic State group defeated as final territory lost, US-backed forces say16h Updated Islamic State group defeated as final territory lost, US-backed forces say
US-backed forces say IS is defeated in its last stronghold, but the group remains a major threat.
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Brexit march: Hundreds of thousands join referendum protest16h Updated Brexit march: Hundreds of thousands join referendum protest
Organisers of the march calling for another EU referendum put the turnout at more than a million.
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16h Priest stabbed while leading televised mass
While shocked parishioners and a television audience watched, a man stabbed the elderly rector of St. Joseph's Oratory at Mount Royal, Canada's biggest church, as he led Mass on Friday morning, Montreal police said.
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No food, no shelter, no livelihood: families in Mozambique hit by Cyclone Idai16h No food, no shelter, no livelihood: families in Mozambique hit by Cyclone Idai
Officials ‘overwhelmed’ by the scale of the disaster, leading to a delay in humanitarian and rescue missionsBeneath the crumbling arcade of the municipal council building in Beira, in Mozambique, a group of families has set up a dismal camp. They sleep on dirty concrete pavement and cook with branches from the trees brought down by
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Protesters clash with police across France for 19th weekend17h Protesters clash with police across France for 19th weekend
Gilets jaunes demonstrations in Paris on Saturday largely peaceful, but turned violent in the late afternoon Police and demonstrators clashed sporadically in Paris and other French cities on Saturday as
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Officials think Virginia should stick with railways and roads after checking out Elon Musk tunnel17h Officials think Virginia should stick with railways and roads after checking out Elon Musk tunnel
Musk said the system would make vehicles 'capable of traveling at over 150 mph'. But one official said 'if one day we decide it's feasible, we'll come back to you'.
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Violence Dips in Week 19 of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests17h Violence Dips in Week 19 of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests
The number of protesters has dwindled over the past months. But a surge of violence last weekend had renewed scrutiny of the government’s handling of the demonstrations.
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Tearful Des Lally ascends Pen y Fan for 365th time in a year17h Tearful Des Lally ascends Pen y Fan for 365th time in a year
Des Lally has braved blizzards, 5ft snow drifts, 80mph winds and countless torrential downpours.
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More than 100 killed in Mali militia attack - reports17h More than 100 killed in Mali militia attack - reports
More than a hundred people, including pregnant women and small children, have reportedly been killed by an ethnic militia in Mali.
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Premiership: Saracens beat Harlequins 27-20 at London Stadium17h Premiership: Saracens beat Harlequins 27-20 at London Stadium
Premiership champions Saracens overturn an 11-point half-time deficit to beat local rivals Harlequins at London Stadium.
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UK fugitive arrested in Romania over murder of Josh Hanson17h UK fugitive arrested in Romania over murder of Josh Hanson
Shane O’Brien fled the UK after Hanson was stabbed to death in London in 2015 One of Britain’s most wanted fugitives has been arrested in Romania. Shane O’Brien, 31, is a suspect in the murder of 21-year-old Josh Hanson, who was stabbed to death in a bar in Hillingdon, west London, in 2015. O’Brien fled the UK following Hanson’s death and last year was put on Interpol’s most wanted list, with a £50,000 reward offered for information leading to his arrest and prosecution.
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Dozens Killed Amid Escalating Violence in Mali17h Dozens Killed Amid Escalating Violence in Mali
Gunmen killed dozens of Fulani herders in one of the deadliest such attacks in a region reeling from worsening ethnic and jihadist violence.
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British boy, three, is fighting for life after Pakistan cross-fire shooting17h British boy, three, is fighting for life after Pakistan cross-fire shooting
A boy from Birmingham has been shot twice after being caught in crossfire in Pakistan. Mohammed Ehsaan Khan, three, was in a taxi with his mother when he was shot by a motorcyclist.
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Woman behind Brexit petition to revoke article 50 receives death threats17h Woman behind Brexit petition to revoke article 50 receives death threats
Online petition attracts more than 4m signatures as Margaret Georgiadou is forced to close Facebook account
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Hundreds evacuated from cruise ship off Norwegian coast18h Hundreds evacuated from cruise ship off Norwegian coast
Viking Sky suffered engine failure with about 1,300 people on board off Norway’s west coast About 1,300 passengers and crew are being evacuated from a cruise ship which which suffered engine failure off the west coast of Norway, police and rescue workers said. The maritime rescue service said the Viking Sky had been drifting towards land and had sent out a mayday signal.
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Woman who launched Brexit petition to revoke article 50 receives death threats18h Woman who launched Brexit petition to revoke article 50 receives death threats
Online petition attracts more than 4m signatures as Margaret Georgiadou is forced to close Facebook account
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Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Thousands March in London to Demand Second Vote18h Updated Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Thousands March in London to Demand Second Vote
Thousands of protesters in London began marching on Saturday from Hyde Park to Parliament in a last-ditch effort to reverse Britain’s looming split from the European Union.
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Double-amputee is rescued from an island in the middle of the Rio Grande River18h Double-amputee is rescued from an island in the middle of the Rio Grande River
Agents from the Eagle Pass Station marine unit said they saw the vulnerable 37-year-old man by himself in a wheelchair stranded on an island in the center of the river.
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Palestinian writer has fingers smashed in Gaza beating18h Palestinian writer has fingers smashed in Gaza beating
Publisher says Atef Abu Saif, also a spokesperson for Fatah, almost killed by masked men A UK publisher has condemned an attack by masked men in Gaza on a Palestinian writer and political figure, Atef Abu Saif, accusing the assailants of deliberately breaking his fingers. Comma Press, a not-for-profit publisher that worked with Abu Saif, said that the beating on Monday night had almost killed him.
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Sixth Birmingham mosque targeted by vandals18h Sixth Birmingham mosque targeted by vandals
Damage not linked to attacks on five other mosques, for which a man has been held under the Mental Health Act A sixth Birmingham mosque has been targeted by vandals. Police are examining CCTV after criminal damage was caused to the building in Cromer Road, Balsall Heath, on Saturday morning. Detectives do not believe the incident is linked to other attacks on mosques in the city earlier this week.
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Michael Jackson: Barbra Streisand criticised for abuse comments18h Michael Jackson: Barbra Streisand criticised for abuse comments
Barbra Streisand says she believes the abuse claims but said it "didn't kill" the victims.
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Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Britons March in London to Demand Second Vote18h Updated Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Britons March in London to Demand Second Vote
Thousands of protesters in London began marching on Saturday from Hyde Park to Parliament in a last-ditch effort to reverse Britain’s looming split from the European Union.
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M5 chaos as police find unexploded bomb near motorway18h Updated M5 chaos as police find unexploded bomb near motorway
There is travel chaos on the M5 after an unexploded bomb was discovered and police closed the busy motorway between junctions one and two, causing five-mile queues.
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19h A supermoon, asteroids and a fossil treasure trove: This week in space and science
This week, a supermoon dazzled skywatchers, two asteroid missions shared their initial and surprising results and 518 million-year-old fossils were found in China.
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France Braces for 19th Weekend of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests19h France Braces for 19th Weekend of ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests
The number of protesters has dwindled over the past months. But a surge of violence last weekend renewed scrutiny of the government’s handling of the demonstrations.
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Last ISIS Village in Syria Falls, and a Caliphate Crumbles19h Updated Last ISIS Village in Syria Falls, and a Caliphate Crumbles
American-backed forces took the last remnant of territory under Islamic State rule in Syria, but signs of the group’s resurgence are already visible.
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Shaolin Monkeys! Pair of raging primates come to blows in brutal Kung Fu showdown19h Shaolin Monkeys! Pair of raging primates come to blows in brutal Kung Fu showdown
Wildlife photographer Sergey Savvi snapped the pair as they landed martial arts-style flying kicks at Kaeng Krachen National Park in Phetchaburi, Thailand, as they tried to assert dominance.
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Kazakhstan renames capital Nur-Sultan19h Kazakhstan renames capital Nur-Sultan
Interim president orders name change from Astana to honour resigned leader Nazarbayev
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When protesters burned news kiosks in Paris, I had to take a stand…19h When protesters burned news kiosks in Paris, I had to take a stand…
The militant wing of the French protests picked on a beloved institution. So I set up a crowdfunder to help In 47 years of journalism, few things have shocked me as deeply as the sight of burning newspaper kiosks on the Champs-Élysées. Journalists are supposed to be neutral observers – impassioned but dispassionate. Forget all that. This was personal. This was an attack on the print newspapers that had been my life’s blood from the day I joined the
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Egypt bans singer from performing over free-speech remarks20h Egypt bans singer from performing over free-speech remarks
Sherine Abdel-Wahab said during show that anyone who talks in Egypt is imprisoned
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Mosque window smashing suspect held under Mental Health Act in Birmingham20h Mosque window smashing suspect held under Mental Health Act in Birmingham
West Midlands police not seeking anyone else in relation to the incidents A man arrested after five mosques in Birmingham had their windows smashed on Thursday morning has been detained under the Mental Health Act, West Midlands police said. The 34-year-old, from Perry Barr, handed himself into a Birmingham police station on Friday.
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20h Gunmen Storm Somalia Government Building, Killing Minister and Others
Security forces had battled five assailants who entered a building housing two ministries in Mogadishu. The militant group Shabab claimed responsibility.
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1,300 cruise ship passengers to be evacuated after engine failure20h 1,300 cruise ship passengers to be evacuated after engine failure
A cruise ship has suffered engine failure in windy conditions off the west coast of Norway and will evacuate its 1,300 passengers.
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Defying Allies, Italy Signs On to New Silk Road With China20h Defying Allies, Italy Signs On to New Silk Road With China
The move by Italy to join China’s “One Belt One Road” project crystallized shifting geopolitical balances and the populist Italian government’s willingness to break with its traditional partners.
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What does the Mueller report mean for Trump? The key questions answered20h What does the Mueller report mean for Trump? The key questions answered
The special counsel has filed his report on the Trump-Russia investigation. Here’s what we know so far
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Woman in her 70s escapes as bungalow explodes in Buckfastleigh Devon20h Woman in her 70s escapes as bungalow explodes in Buckfastleigh Devon
Neighbours claimed the woman, believed to be in her seventies, walked out of the wreckage after the suspected gas explosion at her home in Buckfastleigh, Devon.
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Brexit march: Tens of thousands join referendum protest20h Brexit march: Tens of thousands join referendum protest
Protesters demand a "People's Vote" as MPs struggle to agree a way out of the Brexit impasse.
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Michael Daley says he will STAY leader of the Labor Party - despite conceding ‘unlosable election’ 20h Michael Daley says he will STAY leader of the Labor Party - despite conceding ‘unlosable election’ 
Just before 10pm on Saturday, Mr Daley conceded defeat in the NSW state election after calling Premier Gladys Berejiklian to congratulate her.
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Italy and China in plan for new Silk Road-style trade network20h Italy and China in plan for new Silk Road-style trade network
Xi Jinping visits Rome as Italy becomes first G7 country to back Belt and Road initiative Italy has become the first G7 country to endorse a contentious plan by China to build a Silk Road-style global trade network, irking its EU and US allies. The prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, and the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) that could lead to Italy’s participation in China’s
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20h Formula E: Victory for Vergne at Sanya ePrix
The unpredictable start to the Formula E season continued in Sanya as the sixth race brought a sixth different winner.
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Great Scotland Yard undergoes £75M renovation to turn into a boutique hotel for the super wealthy20h Great Scotland Yard undergoes £75M renovation to turn into a boutique hotel for the super wealthy
The hotel in London is due to open this year after its renovation by an Indian tycoon billionaire. It will include artwork by prisoners, converted cells and a secret whiskey bar.
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NHS trusts call in the bailiffs to chase ineligible patients’ debts20h NHS trusts call in the bailiffs to chase ineligible patients’ debts
Despite their heavy-handed methods the collection firms manage to recoup very little Three-quarters of NHS hospital trusts in England are using private debt firms to chase treatment costs from overseas patients and refused asylum seekers in a practice branded “inhumane” by critics, the
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Brexit march: Thousands join referendum protest20h Updated Brexit march: Thousands join referendum protest
Protesters demand a "People's Vote" as MPs struggle to agree a way out of the Brexit impasse.
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Franco’s shadow: reburial battle sees Spain confront its darkest days20h Franco’s shadow: reburial battle sees Spain confront its darkest days
Past and future collide as nationalist Vox party gears up for success in next month’s general election while exhumation of dictator draws closerThe gates of the suburban mausoleum that could soon house Spain’s most restless ghost are decked with a shrivelling bunch of red and yellow carnations, a handful of prayer cards and a cheap, broken crucifix. If the socialist government’s
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Groom, 28, is forced to cancel dream Las Vegas stag do21h Updated Groom, 28, is forced to cancel dream Las Vegas stag do
Groom Ben Whincup (pictured), 28, says he spent a year planning the perfect trip to Las Vegas but fears his best man spent the funds without booking anything.
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Teenage boy, 17, is stabbed in back during knife brawl between 10 thugs in Norwich estate 21h Teenage boy, 17, is stabbed in back during knife brawl between 10 thugs in Norwich estate 
A teenage boy was stabbed in the back during a mass brawl which broke out in Norwich last night, an hour before a 17-year-old boy was stabbed to death in west London. Two teens have been arrested.
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21h Elie Honig: Why Mueller report will be calm before storm
Robert Mueller's formal delivery of his investigative report, whenever it happens, will be more prologue than climax. Only after it's in Attorney General William Barr's hands will the action begin -- a dynamic, multifront legal and political battle that will test fundamental notions of due process, executive authority and separation of powers.
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Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi celebrates end of Mueller probe after REFUSING to sign plea deal21h Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi celebrates end of Mueller probe after REFUSING to sign plea deal
With a senior Justice Department official saying that Mueller's final report submitted on Friday does not recommend further indictments, author and conspiracy theorist Corsi appears to be off the hook.
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Isleworth stabbing: Teenage boy dies in fight21h Updated Isleworth stabbing: Teenage boy dies in fight
Police have started a murder investigation into the death of a boy, thought to be 17 years old.
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Pens down! Polling booths close as NSW faces an uncertain future with a likely hung parliament21h Updated Pens down! Polling booths close as NSW faces an uncertain future with a likely hung parliament
Gladys Berejiklian (centre) has made history as the first female New South Wales Premier to win an election in her own right. The daughter of Armenian migrants could also have a majority.
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Gladys Berejiklian leads Coalition to third term in government in NSW21h Gladys Berejiklian leads Coalition to third term in government in NSW
Premier says she will work closely with minor parties as prospect of minority government remains Gladys Berejiklian has led the Coalition to a third term in government in New South Wales, despite a rising tide of minor parties and independents, and has become the first woman elected premier of the state at a general election. Many seats were still too close to call on Saturday evening but one thing was certain – the night had been a disaster for Labor, with no chance of forming government and no major improvement in their statewide primary vote compared with the election four years earlier.
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From ‘No Problem’ to No Deal: How Brexit Supporters Embraced the Cliff Edge22h From ‘No Problem’ to No Deal: How Brexit Supporters Embraced the Cliff Edge
Frustration and numbness have driven many Britons to embrace the high-risk solution of simply walking away from negotiations with the European Union.
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For the Nationals, voters in the bush are clearly waiting with baseball bats | Katharine Murphy22h For the Nationals, voters in the bush are clearly waiting with baseball bats | Katharine Murphy
While the Liberals may take some joy from the result in NSW, the poor showing for the Nationals is set to inflame Coalition divisions and leadership speculation While the Liberals will emerge from the New South Wales state election feeling less despondent about their federal prospects in May than they felt before Saturday night, imagining a containment line in Scott Morrison’s home state – the same can’t be said of the Nationals. The state jigsaw puzzle is a complex one, and still resolving, but it is clear the Liberals have managed to hold their ground in Sydney – doubtless helped by state Labor leader
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Five killed in Islamist attack on government building in Somalia22h Five killed in Islamist attack on government building in Somalia
Country’s deputy labour minister among those killed in attack claimed by al-Shabaab Five people, including the country’s deputy labour minister, have been killed in an Islamist extremist attack on a government building in the capital, Mogadishu, a Somali police officer has said. Capt Mohamed Hussein said the minister, Saqar Ibrahim Abdalla, was killed in his ground-floor office shortly after gunmen stormed the building in Mogadishu.
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Britons March in London to Demand Second Brexit Vote22h Britons March in London to Demand Second Brexit Vote
Organizers hoped to draw hundreds of thousands of supporters on Saturday, with trains and buses chartered from across Britain.
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NSW election 2019: Gladys Berejiklian wins historic third term for Coalition – live22h Updated NSW election 2019: Gladys Berejiklian wins historic third term for Coalition – live
Liberal leader claims victory after Labor fails to make headway against the government. Follow all the latest results and analysis live
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Colorado man Blake Gibbins, 26, has been arrested for allegedly throwing a glass of water at Iowa Rep. Steve King on Friday. He's charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.
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