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14m Updated Amsterdam bans Red Light District tours
Amsterdam has moved to end one of the city's most popular tourist activities.
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15m Updated A suburbia for the homeless exists and they can live there forever
The world looks a little brighter from the front porch of your own home.
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All new cars to be fitted with mandatory speed limiters from 2022 under shock EU rules15m Updated All new cars to be fitted with mandatory speed limiters from 2022 under shock EU rules
New cars will need to have Intelligent Speed Assistance limiters as standard after the European Parliament, Council and Commission approved legislation for them to be mandatory.
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Jussie Smollett: Charges dropped against Empire actor16m Updated Jussie Smollett: Charges dropped against Empire actor
The Empire actor will appear in court in Chicago on Tuesday for an emergency hearing. Smollett's lawyers announced the news in a statement.
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Lamborghini driver tries to show off and crashes into a brick wall21m Updated Lamborghini driver tries to show off and crashes into a brick wall
A Lamborghini Huracan Performante spun out of control in west London as the driver tried to show off to a crowd of onlookers. The driver was later seen in tears after crashing his £250,000 supercar.
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Trump renews bid to dismantle Obamacare after claiming Mueller victory – live news21m Updated Trump renews bid to dismantle Obamacare after claiming Mueller victory – live news
Trump administration supports ruling that would throw out the entire Affordable Care Act. Follow along for the latest in US politics
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London police chief admits youth stabbings are at worst level she has known21m Updated London police chief admits youth stabbings are at worst level she has known
Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, who joined the police more than 35 years ago, said it was 'deeply worrying' how many teenagers were carrying and using knives.
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Britain set for balmy 65F end to the week before storms sweep in next week21m Britain set for balmy 65F end to the week before storms sweep in next week
Brits enjoyed some fun in the sun today and are set for an even more balmy end to the week as temperatures hit 65F - but it will be followed by a cold snap that could bring thunderstorms by Monday.
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Australian bird on track for extinction found outside previously known habitat27m Australian bird on track for extinction found outside previously known habitat
King Island brown thornbill was ranked the Australian bird most likely to go extinct within 20 years Researchers say they have discovered one of Australia’s most endangered birds in forest in Tasmania, outside its previously known habitat. Scientists from the Australian National University say the find is a rare piece of positive news for the King Island brown thornbill, which was last year
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Algerian army chief in move to have president declared unfit to lead27m Updated Algerian army chief in move to have president declared unfit to lead
Triggering of constitutional process could lead to ousting of the ailing Abdelaziz Bouteflika Algeria’s army chief has called for the removal of the country’s ailing president, saying that after more than a month of mass popular protests against Abdelaziz Bouteflika the time had come to trigger a constitutional process declaring him unfit for office. “It is necessary, even imperative, to adopt a solution to get out of this crisis that responds to the legitimate demands of the Algerian people, and which respects and adheres to the constitution and safeguards the sovereignty of the state,” Lt Gen Ahmed Gaid Salah said in a televised address.
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28m Prosecutors drop all charges against Jussie Smollett
All charges against actor Jussie Smollett -- who had been accused of staging a hate crime and filing a false police report -- have been dropped, his attorneys said Tuesday.
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Made In Chelsea Charlie Mills in court for drink-driving in London33m Made In Chelsea Charlie Mills in court for drink-driving in London
Charlie Mills, 25, was today disqualified from driving for a year and a half at Westminster Magistrates Court, fined £1,100 and made to pay a £110 victim surcharge and £85 in costs.
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Parliament takes back control – Brexit Means podcast34m Parliament takes back control – Brexit Means podcast
As parliament grabs the steering wheel of the Brexit process, could a solution finally be in sight? With just over 1,000 days since the referendum, and hours before Britain was originally due to leave, it’s all still to play for. Deal, no deal, soft Brexit, hard Brexit, no Brexit, general election, second vote, the lot. Everything looks up for grabs. What’s new, though, is that the EU has told Britain to finally get off the fence and decide – and exasperated MPs, rather than the government, fully intend to.
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Remainer MP ringleader Nick Boles celebrates taking control of Brexit36m Updated Remainer MP ringleader Nick Boles celebrates taking control of Brexit
Tory Nick Boles called the result 'very exciting' and said: 'I'm going to wake up tomorrow morning with a broad grin on my face. I'm going to think — I finally live in a parliamentary democracy'.
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Royal town of Windsor is named cheating capital of Britain37m Royal town of Windsor is named cheating capital of Britain
Windsor was today named Britain's adultery capital by Illicit Encounters, followed by Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan, Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire and Barnstaple in Devon.
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Algeria Army Chief Opens Path to End of Bouteflika’s Rule37m Algeria Army Chief Opens Path to End of Bouteflika’s Rule
A top power broker in the ruling regime threw his weight behind what he called the “legitimate demands” of the protesters calling for the ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, to step down.
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Jussie Smollett: prosecutors drop charges against actor accused of fabricating attack40m Jussie Smollett: prosecutors drop charges against actor accused of fabricating attack
State’s attorney’s office says 16 counts against Empire actor dropped ‘after reviewing all of the facts and circumstances of the case’ Prosecutors agreed Tuesday to drop criminal charges against Empire actor Jussie Smollett for faking a hate crime attack in Chicago. Smollett was
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Israel-Hamas relations: a predictable but fatal dance43m Israel-Hamas relations: a predictable but fatal dance
The long-time enemies have developed a fiery pattern of trading rockets for airstrikes It has become a near-monthly event with a predictable pattern – rockets from Gaza are traded for Israeli airstrikes. Palestinians cower in basements while Israelis hide in bomb shelters. Each flare-up signals the threat of full-blown war, but the next day it is usually over. Israel and Hamas – the Palestinian faction that rules Gaza Strip on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean between Israel and Egypt – have fallen into a bloody and fiery dance over the past year.
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Pope Francis rebuffs worshippers trying to kiss his ring – video43m Pope Francis rebuffs worshippers trying to kiss his ring – video
Pope Francis repeatedly pulled his hand away when worshippers attempted to kiss his papal ring at the Holy House of Loreto in Italy on Monday. Kissing the papal ring is traditionally seen as a sign of respect for the office. A close aide to the pope later said: 'Sometimes he likes it, sometimes he does not.'
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BA passengers board plane to fly to Dusseldorf, but the pilot takes them to EDINBURGH44m Updated BA passengers board plane to fly to Dusseldorf, but the pilot takes them to EDINBURGH
The flight, BA3271, which was being operated by WDL Aviation from London City Airport, reached Dusseldorf on its second attempt. Twitter users call on BA to introduce a 'mystery' ticket.
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49m Mom of 5 donates her uterus
Aprill Lane talks about the infertility troubles she and her husband had that made the now mom of five decide to donate her uterus.
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Hoax charges dropped against US actor53m Updated Hoax charges dropped against US actor
The actor, who was accused of fabricating a hate crime, says it was an "incredibly difficult time".
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Emmanuel Macron hosts Xi Jinping in attempt to strengthen EU-China relationship54m Emmanuel Macron hosts Xi Jinping in attempt to strengthen EU-China relationship
French leader invited Angela Merkel to ‘unprecedented’ talks with Xi Jinping
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I believe that if May offering to quit gets her deal through, she should go, writes Stephen Glover1h 7m Updated I believe that if May offering to quit gets her deal through, she should go, writes Stephen Glover
From the moment she became Prime Minister in July 2016, Theresa May has fought with astounding commitment to honour the result of the EU referendum which took place the previous month.
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1h 17m Charges against Jussie Smollett dropped, attorneys say
Actor Jussie Smollett's attorneys say that all criminal charges have been dropped after Smollett had an "emergency" court appearance in Cook County.
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Trump expands global gag rule that blocks US aid for abortion groups1h 21m Trump expands global gag rule that blocks US aid for abortion groups
Policy bans aid going to foreign groups that support abortion rights as secretary of state Pompeo says: ‘This is decent and right’ The Trump administration has expanded
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1h 22m Updated Charges against Jussie Smollett dropped, his lawyers say
All charges against actor Jussie Smollett -- who had been accused of staging a hate crime and filing a false police report -- have been dropped, his attorneys said Tuesday.
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1h 22m NYT: Pilots had 40 seconds to avert disaster in test of Boeing 737 Max plane
Flight simulations recreating the problems suspected to be responsible for the crash of a Boeing 737 Max 8 plane last year gave pilots under 40 seconds to override a malfunctioning system, according to a report in the New York Times.
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US drug company settles opioid lawsuit 1h 38m US drug company settles opioid lawsuit
The drug company owned by the wealthy Sackler dynasty is facing 2,000 claims over its painkiller.
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How Michael Avenatti went from liberal hero to alleged extortionist1h 39m How Michael Avenatti went from liberal hero to alleged extortionist
The celebrity attorney made his intent to take down Trump public, but his quick rise became a rapid fall When celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti stepped into a Manhattan federal courtroom about 6pm on Monday, he lacked the sass and razzmatazz that had secured his roles as a media darling and vociferous social media foe of Donald Trump. As usual, Avenatti sported a slate suit, crisp white shirt and powder blue tie, but his smart clothes couldn’t mask the fact that
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DUP would rather delay Brexit for a year than vote with May1h 43m Updated DUP would rather delay Brexit for a year than vote with May
DUP's Sammy Wilson said 'the Withdrawal Agreement itself means no Brexit' in hammer blow to the PM after ERG chairman Jacob Rees-Mogg had made a U-turn to back May's deal if there is a third vote.
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1h 46m Australian PM defends gun laws after report links far-right party and NRA
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison insisted that foreign lobbyists won't influence his country's gun laws, after an investigative report alleged the country's far-right One Nation party had sought donations and guidance from the National Rifle Association of America (NRA).
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Opera singer asked to change pro-EU dress for London concert1h 55m Opera singer asked to change pro-EU dress for London concert
Anna Patalong, performing at Royal Albert Hall, says free movement ‘essential’ for musicians An opera singer who was asked to change her EU-themed dress for a concert at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, has described her choice of attire as a “subtle nod” to Europe at a time when she and other musicians fear for their livelihoods. The soprano Anna Patalong donned the yellow-and-blue outfit, along with a necklace of gold stars redolent of the EU flag, for a Classical Spectacular performance on Saturday after taking part in the anti-Brexit
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Why further violence on Gaza border would be bad for Netanyahu1h 59m Why further violence on Gaza border would be bad for Netanyahu
How worried should we be by the current exchange of projectiles across the Gaza border?
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Jussie Smollett: police drop charges against actor accused of fabricating attack2h Jussie Smollett: police drop charges against actor accused of fabricating attack
The Empire actor had allegedly filed a false police report when he said he was the victim of a racist, homophobic attack in Chicago Criminal charges against Empire actor Jussie Smollett for fabricating a hate crime attack in Chicago have been dropped, his lawyers said. “Today, all criminal charges against Jussie Smollett were dropped and his record has been wiped clean of the filing of this tragic complaint against him. Jussie was attacked by two people he was unable to identify on January 29th,” the actor’s legal team
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Deadly Floods Across Iran Leave Broad Paths of Destruction2h Deadly Floods Across Iran Leave Broad Paths of Destruction
At least 24 people were killed after days of torrential rain caused rivers to overflow in various parts of the country, local news media reported.
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Ex-England captain Cook scores century in first innings since Test retirement2h Ex-England captain Cook scores century in first innings since Test retirement
Ex-England captain Alastair Cook scores a century for Essex in his first innings since retiring from Test cricket.
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2h Charges against Jussie Smollett have been dropped, his lawyers say
All charges against actor Jussie Smollett -- who had been accused of staging a hate crime and filing a false police report -- have been dropped, his attorneys said Tuesday.
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Algerian army chief wants president declared unfit to lead2h Algerian army chief wants president declared unfit to lead
Army chief calls for triggering of constitutional process that could lead to Bouteflika’s ousting Algeria’s powerful army chief wants to trigger the constitutional process that would declare ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika unfit for office. After more than a month of
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2h Updated Trump savors sudden win
Trump moves to weaponize Mueller findings Mueller probe: 10 unanswered questions
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Petra Kvitova: Man who stabbed tennis star jailed for eight years2h Updated Petra Kvitova: Man who stabbed tennis star jailed for eight years
Her playing left hand was severely injured after the attack in her Czech Republic home in 2016.
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Poorer children whose parents rent are BANNED from playing alongside richer youngsters2h Updated Poorer children whose parents rent are BANNED from playing alongside richer youngsters
Baylis Old School complex on Lollard Street, south London, was completed in 2016 and consists of 149 units in a former 1960s school, divided between homeowners and social housing tenants.
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Charges dropped against Empire actor Jussie Smollett2h Charges dropped against Empire actor Jussie Smollett
Lawyers for Empire actor Jussie Smollett, who was accused of lying to police about a racist and homophobic attack, say all the charges against him have been dropped.
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2h Italy to return hundreds of cultural relics back to China
Almost 800 ancient pots and sculptures are heading home to China, after Italy announced it would return the illicitly traded artifacts.
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Speedboat killer in court in Georgia ahead of extradition to UK2h Updated Speedboat killer in court in Georgia ahead of extradition to UK
The 31-year-old was sentenced to six years in jail in his absence for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown, 24, on a champagne-fuelled first date when his speedboat overturned in the Thames.
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Six teenagers arrested over attack on Islamic centre in Newcastle2h Six teenagers arrested over attack on Islamic centre in Newcastle
Copies of Qur’an ripped up and windows smashed during Monday night’s incident Police have arrested six teenagers after an Islamic centre was ransacked in an attack in which copies of the Qur’an were ripped up and windows smashed. The incident happened at the Bahr Academy on Benwell Lane, Newcastle – formerly the set of the children’s TV show Byker Grove – at 9pm on Monday.
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European parliament votes to scrap daylight saving time from 20212h European parliament votes to scrap daylight saving time from 2021
Directive applies to UK if it stays in EU, or during the transition period under May’s Brexit deal The European parliament has voted to scrap the twice-a-year custom of
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In Test of Boeing Jet, Pilots Had 40 Seconds to Fix Error2h Updated In Test of Boeing Jet, Pilots Had 40 Seconds to Fix Error
They had just moments to override an automated system and avert disaster in simulations of problems with the Lion Air plane that crashed last fall.
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Leaders of Vatican Women’s Magazine Quit, Citing ‘Climate of Distrust’2h Updated Leaders of Vatican Women’s Magazine Quit, Citing ‘Climate of Distrust’
The founder of Women Church World said the Vatican was trying to curb the autonomy of its all-woman editorial board, imposing central control by men.
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2h Updated Nine pregnant nurses in the same unit are due at the same time
A baby boom is coming to the labor and delivery unit of a Maine hospital, where nine of its nurses will give birth to their babies around the same time.
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2h Alanis Morissette, 44, is pregnant
You oughta know that Alanis Morissette is expecting again.
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2h How sailing is helping the Caribbean
Judy Petz fights back tears as she describes the damage wrought by Hurricane Irma on the British Virgin Islands, her home of 21 years. "There was no power, no water," she recalls, voice faltering. "Pretty much 90% of the country," had been severely impacted, she adds.
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DUP torpedo Brexiteer climbdown saying they would rather delay Brexit for a YEAR than vote with May2h DUP torpedo Brexiteer climbdown saying they would rather delay Brexit for a YEAR than vote with May
The ERG chairman's U-turn will give the PM hope she could get her deal over the line but she also needs to announce her own exit if Boris Johnson and other Brexiteers will be convinced.
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In pictures: Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visit Cuba2h In pictures: Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visit Cuba
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have made history by becoming the first members of the Royal Family to visit Cuba.
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Golan Recognition by U.S. Sets Precedent for Annexation, Netanyahu Says2h Golan Recognition by U.S. Sets Precedent for Annexation, Netanyahu Says
If Israel occupies territory “in a defensive war, then it’s ours,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, in a seeming reference to areas of the West Bank.
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Once Jailed in Guantánamo, 5 Taliban Now Face U.S. at the Negotiating Table2h Updated Once Jailed in Guantánamo, 5 Taliban Now Face U.S. at the Negotiating Table
The Taliban made a point of building their team around the five ex-detainees. But one insists that they have put bitterness aside to try to end the Afghan war.
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Mogg leads a new Brexiteer climbdown - but is it too late to save Brexit?3h Updated Mogg leads a new Brexiteer climbdown - but is it too late to save Brexit?
The ERG chairman's U-turn will give the PM hope she could get her deal over the line but she also needs to announce her own exit if Boris Johnson and other Brexiteers will be convinced.
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3h British Airways flight lands in wrong country
Passengers on a British Airways flight from London's City Airport to Dusseldorf in Germany were met with a surprise Monday morning when their plane touched down -- in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.
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Young mother 22 Loren Collins dies in Eastwood Nottingham3h Updated Young mother 22 Loren Collins dies in Eastwood Nottingham
Adam Collins, 25, last spoke to his wife Loren, 22, on his break at work on March 1 when they decided what to have for dinner. She died at their home in Nottinghamshire hours later.
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Montenegro face racist behaviour charge in Euro 2020 qualifier against England3h Updated Montenegro face racist behaviour charge in Euro 2020 qualifier against England
Uefa opens disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro following the racist abuse suffered by England players in their the Euro 2020 qualifier on Monday.
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Man who attacked Petra Kvitová gets 8-year prison term3h Man who attacked Petra Kvitová gets 8-year prison term
Wimbledon champion suffered severe knife wound to her left playing hand during assault A knife attacker who injured the two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitová has been sentenced to eight years in prison by a Czech regional court. CTK news agency reported the sentencing on Tuesday. Kvitová suffered severe wounds to her left playing hand as she
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3h Updated Europe just approved new copyright laws hated by Big Tech
Europe has approved a sweeping overhaul of copyright rules, dealing a blow to major tech companies that argued the changes will be costly and limit free expression.
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Tory rebels asked by No 10 if they would back Brexit deal if May quit3h Tory rebels asked by No 10 if they would back Brexit deal if May quit
Downing Street aides put question to hard Brexiters at Chequers summit last weekend
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Petra Kvitova: Man who stabbed tennis star sentenced to jail3h Petra Kvitova: Man who stabbed tennis star sentenced to jail
Her playing left hand was severely injured after the attack in 2016.
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3h Updated Conor McGregor announces retirement from MMA
Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from the sport, posting the news on Twitter.
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Police officer sacked for saying ‘I wish these f*****g p***s would hurry up with my pizza’3h Updated Police officer sacked for saying ‘I wish these f*****g p***s would hurry up with my pizza’
PC Katie Barratt, 23, was dismissed after using racial slurs at the Spice of Punjab takeaway after a Northumbria Police Christmas party last year.
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Brexit: Government may ignore result of indicative votes process, says Hancock - live news3h Updated Brexit: Government may ignore result of indicative votes process, says Hancock - live news
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including reaction to the Commons voting to try to take control of the Brexit process
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Councils in England demand funds for tower-block sprinklers3h Councils in England demand funds for tower-block sprinklers
Government warned residents do not feel safe nearly two years after Grenfell Tower fire The leaders of England’s biggest cities have demanded urgent government funding to install sprinklers in hundreds of tower blocks, warning that 21 months after the
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Amazing war posters designed by British artist are revealed in new book3h Updated Amazing war posters designed by British artist are revealed in new book
A new book highlights the work of Abram Games, Britain's official World War II poster artists who created amazing graphics for a variety of purposes from recruitment to public warnings.
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Brexit: May clings on to hope of third vote for her deal this week3h Brexit: May clings on to hope of third vote for her deal this week
Rees-Mogg indicates shift in thinking but DUP repeats that it will not back PM’s deal
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Immigration officers swoop on £45million seaside housing development3h Immigration officers swoop on £45million seaside housing development
Plain-clothes officers and police vans moved in on the Bayside Development in Worthing, West Sussex this morning and appear to have made a number of arrests.
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Boy crushed in freak accident meets medics who saved his life3h Boy crushed in freak accident meets medics who saved his life
A boy who almost died when he was crushed by a tree in a freak accident has shared an emotional reunion with the emergency crews who saved his life.
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4h Updated Exercise could reduce period pain, study suggests
Exercising can reduce symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle, according to a global study.
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Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer will return to UK4h Updated Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer will return to UK
Jack Shepherd agrees to return from Georgia, where he hid out, and a judge approves the extradition.
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Uefa investigating Hudson-Odoi racism case from Chelsea win at Dynamo Kiev4h Updated Uefa investigating Hudson-Odoi racism case from Chelsea win at Dynamo Kiev
Uefa are investigating an alleged case of racist abuse towards Callum Hudson-Odoi during Chelsea's Europa League win at Dynamo Kiev.
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Manneken Pis no longer peeing water down the drain4h Manneken Pis no longer peeing water down the drain
Famed Belgian statue wasted 1,000 to 2,500 litres of fresh clean drinking water each day For four centuries the celebrated Manneken Pis – the “peeing boy” in the local Dutch dialect – has embodied the laissez-faire culture of the Belgians. But, to the surprise of officials in the city of Brussels, it has emerged that the bronze statue had been weeing fresh clean drinking water – some 1,000 to 2,500 litres of it a day, sufficient for the use of 10 households – directly into the city’s sewers.
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Nashville teen arrested for posting a video of himself having sex with his girlfriend on Instagram 4h Nashville teen arrested for posting a video of himself having sex with his girlfriend on Instagram 
Nashville police say Dyquan Collins posted the video on his Instagram story earlier this month. The 19-year-old was charged with dissemination of unlawful photos on Monday.
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Calls for breast ironing awareness to be taught in British schools4h Updated Calls for breast ironing awareness to be taught in British schools
The victim, 'Simone', is among up to the 1,000 women and girls in Britain feared to have undergone the painful procedure. Pictured: A girl having suffered the practice in Cameroon in 2007.
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Victorian man gets two share sin $70 million Oz Lotto win and a third goes to Hobart punter4h Updated Victorian man gets two share sin $70 million Oz Lotto win and a third goes to Hobart punter
The Victorian bought two - of the three - winning Division One tickets in the $70 million Oz Lotto Jackpot for Tuesday night.
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EU copyright law approved in blow to Google and Facebook4h EU copyright law approved in blow to Google and Facebook
The controversial copyright law was approved by 348 to 274. It will force YouTube, Google and Facebook to take responsibility for copyrighted material posted on their platforms
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Made in Britain: The cars, tractors, planes, submarines and dolls churned out by UK4h Made in Britain: The cars, tractors, planes, submarines and dolls churned out by UK
Patrick Potter's Made in Britain: A Photographic History of Britain at Work provides an insight into the country's manufacturing legacy. Pictured: The launch of the Queen Elizabeth II in 1967.
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4h French masterpieces renamed after black subjects
A leading French museum has launched a landmark exhibition renaming classical masterpieces after their black subjects, casting new light on the role of people of color in art.
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4h Les Abend: Boeing has lost my trust
The tragedies of the Ethiopian Airlines crash this month and the Lion Air crash in October are all but unprecedented. Except for the de Haviland Comet in the early 1950's -- an airplane plagued by in-flight break-ups related to structural design flaws -- never before has a brand-new model of passenger jet been involved in such a catastrophe.
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Senior British doctor, 63, is feared dead in the French Alps4h Updated Senior British doctor, 63, is feared dead in the French Alps
Dr Robert Bailey (pictured), a medic in Cambridgeshire, did not return to his hotel in Chamonix, France, last Thursday after setting out on a hike up the Col de Forclaz mountain pass.
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MEPs approve sweeping changes to copyright law4h MEPs approve sweeping changes to copyright law
European copyright directive passed despite campaigning led by Google and internet freedom activists A controversial directive introducing sweeping changes to copyright enforcement across Europe has been approved by the European parliament, despite ferocious campaigning led by Google and internet freedom activists. The European copyright directive, voted in by 348 MEPs to 274 against, is best known for two provisions it contains: articles 11 and 13, dubbed the “link tax” and “upload filter”, respectively, by opponents.
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Avenatti released on $300K bail and barred from contact with alleged co-conspirator Mark Geragos4h Updated Avenatti released on $300K bail and barred from contact with alleged co-conspirator Mark Geragos
Michael Avenatti has been reportedly barred from speaking with his alleged co-conspirator and celebrity attorney Mark Geragos, who is currently representing Jussie Smollett.
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Trump administration says the WHOLE of Obamacare needs to be scrapped4h Updated Trump administration says the WHOLE of Obamacare needs to be scrapped
The Justice Department threw its weight behind a Texas judge who ruled last year that the entire Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional after the GOP canceled penalties for being uninsured.
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Google takes aim as MEPs agree EU copyright reforms4h Google takes aim as MEPs agree EU copyright reforms
Google says an overhaul of the EU's copyright laws will backfire to "hurt" the very people they are trying to protect.
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Ex-aide to Tony Blair and John Major jailed for rape for second time this year4h Ex-aide to Tony Blair and John Major jailed for rape for second time this year
Mark Adams, 56, from Fareham, Hampshire, has been jailed for rape for the second time this year, after he was convicted of attacking a 19-year-old in his camper van at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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European Parliament approves controversial EU copyright reform in blow to Google and Facebook 4h Updated European Parliament approves controversial EU copyright reform in blow to Google and Facebook 
The controversial copyright law was approved by 348 to 274. It will force YouTube, Google and Facebook to take responsibility for copyrighted material posted on their platforms
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Woman charged with impersonating toddler Katrice Lee, who disappeared in 19814h Updated Woman charged with impersonating toddler Katrice Lee, who disappeared in 1981
Merseyside Police said 40-year-old Heidi Robinson, from East Way, Moreton, Wirral, will appear before Wirral Magistrates charged with a malicious communications offence.
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4h Justin Bieber steps away from music
Justin Bieber is focusing on his mental health right now, not music.
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London stabbing: Boy, 15, is critically injured in Lewisham4h London stabbing: Boy, 15, is critically injured in Lewisham
Police have launched a manhunt for the attacker, who stabbed the 15-year-old at around 4pm today, on Dartmouth Road, Lewisham.
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Celebrity architect battles to build futuristic house in exclusive Holland Park4h Updated Celebrity architect battles to build futuristic house in exclusive Holland Park
Former Tatler fashion editor turned architect Sophie Hicks, 58, wants to develop a small piece of land in Holland Park into a futuristic underground house but is facing a battle with neighbours.
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Pilots had 40 SECONDS to over-ride automated system in Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes4h Updated Pilots had 40 SECONDS to over-ride automated system in Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes
Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines planes have crashed in last 5 months, killing 346. The automated MCAS system is the focus of investigations into the two crashes.
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British tourist dies while snowboarding in Andorra4h Updated British tourist dies while snowboarding in Andorra
A British snowboarder has died after smashing into a tree at Grandvalira Ski Resort, Andorra. The unnamed 59-year-old was pronounced dead after being rushed to base station.
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Couple turn old cow shed in Wells Norfolk coast into holiday home £400 a night4h Couple turn old cow shed in Wells Norfolk coast into holiday home £400 a night
Jason Rappolt and his wife Cheryl, both originally from Essex, bought the empty animal shed near Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk, for £550,000 in 2016.
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Venezuela: call for calm amid blackouts and anti-Maduro protests5h Venezuela: call for calm amid blackouts and anti-Maduro protests
Vice-president blames ‘fascist right’ and its ‘imperial masters’ in Washington for power cuts Nicolás Maduro’s embattled administration has called for calm after millions of Venezuelans were again plunged into darkness by a massive nationwide blackout reportedly affecting 21 of its 23 states and the capital, Caracas. In a
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Gunmen open fire on man in Massachusetts hotel lobby sparking fears of an active shooter5h Updated Gunmen open fire on man in Massachusetts hotel lobby sparking fears of an active shooter
Police rushed to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Massachusetts around 3am Tuesday after a group of people fired at a guest in the lobby, with 75 other guests evacuated from their rooms.
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McGregor retires - has he quit for good or is it a negotiating tactic?5h McGregor retires - has he quit for good or is it a negotiating tactic?
News of Conor McGregor's announced "retirement" may have set the internet ablaze but is it just a negotiating ploy from the UFC star?
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5h ‘We’d Had a Few Drinks,’ Australian Party Official Says About Gun Lobby Tape
An official from Australia’s One Nation party was recorded saying a $20 million donation from the American gun lobby would improve his party’s standing in Parliament.
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Corn snake spins round in a hypnotic loop as it chases its own tail5h Corn snake spins round in a hypnotic loop as it chases its own tail
A confused corn snake in Helsinki, Finland darts after its own tail during mating season and ignores a female that is in the same terrarium as him. He did eventually manage to pair with a female.
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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ With No Gay Scenes? Censored Film Angers Chinese Viewers5h Updated ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ With No Gay Scenes? Censored Film Angers Chinese Viewers
An altered version of the film, released in China last weekend, is only around three minutes shorter than the original. But it omits crucial scenes.
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Bizarre moment man tries to drag a bulky ATM onto a BUS but the driver shuts the doors in his face5h Updated Bizarre moment man tries to drag a bulky ATM onto a BUS but the driver shuts the doors in his face
A New Jersey bus almost became a getaway vehicle during a practical joke when comedian Darius Kinney tried to board with a 'stolen' ATM. The bus driver was not involved in the prank.
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Borce Ristevski’s son claims his father CHOKED Karen after she threatened to ‘destroy him’5h Borce Ristevski’s son claims his father CHOKED Karen after she threatened to ‘destroy him’
Anthony Rickard, Ristevski's son from a previous relationship, said his father 'obviously choked her' at the family home in Avondale Heights, in Melbourne, on the morning of June 29, 2016.
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British travellers won’t be able to use EU airport lanes when visiting EU countries5h British travellers won’t be able to use EU airport lanes when visiting EU countries
Warning that ‘no deal’ was now ‘increasingly likely’, the European Commission issued an update saying that UK nationals would get their passports stamped when arriving and leaving the continent.
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Spain hits back at Mexico in row over colonial rights abuses5h Updated Spain hits back at Mexico in row over colonial rights abuses
Madrid rejects Mexican president’s demand for apology for crimes against indigenous people A diplomatic row has broken out between Mexico and Spain after the Mexican president
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Heart-stopping moment little girl riding a big bicycle veers off the pavement into the path of a van5h Updated Heart-stopping moment little girl riding a big bicycle veers off the pavement into the path of a van
Martin Lentz was driving on the A93 near Cults, Aberdeenshire, on Sunday when his dashcam captured the near-miss.
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5h Updated What happens next?
There were audible gasps in the UK Parliament on Monday night as lawmakers voted to seize control of the Brexit process from embattled Prime Minister Theresa May -- the first time in over a century that MPs have taken over the parliamentary timetable from the government.
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Samsung surprises market with first-quarter profit warning5h Samsung surprises market with first-quarter profit warning
Tech giant blames slowing demand for its memory chips and smartphones Samsung has issued a surprise profit warning, blaming a slump in memory chip prices and slowing demand for display panels. It is the latest sign that technology firms are facing tougher times amid a global economic slowdown. The warning from the South Korean technology company comes two months after Apple shocked investors with its
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Coin enthusiast who killed collector for rare 50ps is jailed for 30 years5h Coin enthusiast who killed collector for rare 50ps is jailed for 30 years
Danny Bostock, 33, stabbed Gordon McGhee to death in his Colchester flat after trying to steal his rare Beatrix Potter 50p pieces and then tried to blow up the home to get rid of his body.
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Bright and Scott return to England squad5h Bright and Scott return to England squad
Chelsea's Millie Bright and Manchester City's Jill Scott have returned to the England squad for next month's friendlies against Canada and Spain.
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British tourist, 59, dies while snowboarding in Andorra5h British tourist, 59, dies while snowboarding in Andorra
A British man has died while snowboarding in Andorra.
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Rabbi and former friend of Michael Jackson weighs in on Leaving Neverland documentary5h Rabbi and former friend of Michael Jackson weighs in on Leaving Neverland documentary
In an interview with A Current Affair, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach weighed in on the child molestation accusations against Michael Jackson after watching Leaving Neverland.
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Schoolgirl, five, is killed by a leopard in India 5h Updated Schoolgirl, five, is killed by a leopard in India 
Shrutika Thit, five, was visiting her grandmother Kusum Kaduskar's village of Sakori in India on Sunday. She was snatched by a leopard while harvesting maize with her grandmother.
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Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house6h Updated Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house
Israel blamed the militant group Hamas after seven Israelis were injured in a rocket attack.
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Bunnings dog rule divides pet owners6h Updated Bunnings dog rule divides pet owners
Pet owners are divided over a controversial Bunnings rule which states that dogs are only allowed inside stores if they are muzzled and put on a leash.
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Man who killed woman in speedboat crash to return to UK6h Updated Man who killed woman in speedboat crash to return to UK
Jack Shepherd agrees to be extradited from Georgia to appeal against his conviction A man convicted of killing a woman in a speedboat crash is to return to the UK after agreeing to be extradited from Georgia. Appearing in court in Tbilisi, Shepherd, through his lawyers, indicated he wanted to return to appeal against his conviction over the death of 24-year-old Charlotte Brown.
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Sir David Attenborough warns humans should eat less meat and embrace vegetarianism6h Updated Sir David Attenborough warns humans should eat less meat and embrace vegetarianism
Sir David Attenborough, who grew up in Leicestershire has said that more people should turn to a vegetarian diet ' as we can't go on' consuming meat at such a rapid rate.
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Alex Rodriguez is accused of cheating on Jennifer Lopez AGAIN by sexting a British Playboy model6h Updated Alex Rodriguez is accused of cheating on Jennifer Lopez AGAIN by sexting a British Playboy model
British Playboy model Zoe Gregory, 44, claims that Alex Rodriguez cheated on Jennifer Lopez by pursuing her from last December through January, six weeks before he proposed to the singer.
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Heartwarming moment owner helps his 20-year-old dog along as he takes the frail pet for a walk6h Updated Heartwarming moment owner helps his 20-year-old dog along as he takes the frail pet for a walk
Loving dog owner, Abraham, is seen helping his 20-year-old pet pooch, Gabriel, walk in a park in Puente Alto in central Chile. Abraham cradles Gabriel's stomach as the pair stroll together.
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When do the clocks go forward in 2019 and could this be the last time they change?6h When do the clocks go forward in 2019 and could this be the last time they change?
The clocks skip an hour on Sunday amid confusion over whether the EU will abolish daylight savings time altogether It’s that time of year again, the ritual of trying to work out which of your electronic gadgets automatically adjust for clock changes, and which don’t.
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Bondi beach hostel had a hidden camera used to film a woman showering6h Bondi beach hostel had a hidden camera used to film a woman showering
Charles Chung, 36, from Hong Kong allegedly installed a hidden camera in a shared bathroom at the Village Hostel, Bondi Beach.
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6h Apple is making movies, TV shows and a credit card
Apple is making movies, TV shows and a credit card
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Self-proclaimed Trinitarios gang leader has agreed to be a witness6h Updated Self-proclaimed Trinitarios gang leader has agreed to be a witness
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. The leader, dubbed Witness C, shared the information with detectives investigating the teenager's brutal murder on June 20, 2018, in New York.
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US briefing: Mueller report reaction, coal emissions and global housing crisis6h US briefing: Mueller report reaction, coal emissions and global housing crisis
Tuesday’s top story: Democrats refuse to back down from legal battles with Trump administration. Plus, are smart devices a threat to our privacy?
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Mexico asks Spain to apologise for conquest 500 years ago6h Mexico asks Spain to apologise for conquest 500 years ago
The Mexican president has asked Spain and the Vatican to apologise for the "invasion" of the Americas five centuries ago.
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Inquest told Ashley Martin stabbed Billy Hicks before Lincolnshire fire6h Inquest told Ashley Martin stabbed Billy Hicks before Lincolnshire fire
Jay Edmunds, 27, Billy Hicks, 24, and Ashley Martin, 32, all perished in a New Year's Day fire in Boston, Lincolnshire. An inquest on Monday heard Mr Hicks was first stabbed in the heart.
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Helensvale Westfield nightmare as two girls jump on car and hurl abuse at shoppers6h Updated Helensvale Westfield nightmare as two girls jump on car and hurl abuse at shoppers
The reckless nine-year-old girls can be seen standing stomping on the white sedan parked at a Helensvale Westfield, in the Gold Coast on Monday afternoon.
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Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer to return to UK6h Updated Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer to return to UK
Jack Shepherd's lawyers say he "agrees to be extradited" from Georgia where he was in hiding.
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6h How sailing is helping the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma
Judy Petz fights back tears as she describes the damage wrought by Hurricane Irma on the British Virgin Islands, her home of 21 years. "There was no power, no water," she recalls, voice faltering. "Pretty much 90% of the country," had been severely impacted, she adds.
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Boy, 12, recovers after crushed while posing for a photo under a fallen tree which sprang upright6h Updated Boy, 12, recovers after crushed while posing for a photo under a fallen tree which sprang upright
A young boy from Queensland has been reunited with the paramedics who saved his life after a tree that had fallen over in a storm suddenly sprang back up – trapping him underneath.
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American billionaire Peter Mullin gets planning permission for £150million Cotswolds car museum6h Updated American billionaire Peter Mullin gets planning permission for £150million Cotswolds car museum
Insurance tycoon Peter Mullin, 78, has been battling with West Oxfordshire District Council to get plans approved for his futuristic car museum, race track and 28 holiday lodges.
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Brexit: Is Britain plunging into a General Election?6h Updated Brexit: Is Britain plunging into a General Election?
As the Government’s strategy went into meltdown, senior ministers ‘war-gamed’ scenarios that could see a national poll called three years ahead of schedule in response to Brexit turbulence.
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Knutsford neighbour from hell who was racist against South African neighbour avoids jail6h Updated Knutsford neighbour from hell who was racist against South African neighbour avoids jail
Single mother-of-two Gillian O'Brien, 40, called her neighbour Terence Oosthuzien, 42, a 'P***', told him to 'go back to his country' and threatened to 'slit his children's throats' in Cheshire.
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Woman reveals how paedophiles passed her around like a sex toy from the age of 136h Updated Woman reveals how paedophiles passed her around like a sex toy from the age of 13
Samantha Owens, now 25, relived the three years she was passed around a Sheffield 'sex ring' and raped by 'paedophiles' in her book Pimped. 'Best friend' Amanda Spencer plied her with alcohol.
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Boy, 15, is critically injured in stabbing on streets of southeast London6h Updated Boy, 15, is critically injured in stabbing on streets of southeast London
Police have launched a manhunt for the attacker, who stabbed the 15-year-old at around 4pm today, on Dartmouth Road, Lewisham.
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British man dies after snowboarding crash at Andorra ski resort6h British man dies after snowboarding crash at Andorra ski resort
Police investigating after 59-year-old lost control and hit a tree at Grandvalira resort A British tourist has died while snowboarding in Andorra. The 59-year-old man lost control and hit a tree, according to a statement from the Grandvalira ski resort.
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Mexico demands apology from Spain and the Vatican over conquest6h Updated Mexico demands apology from Spain and the Vatican over conquest
Spain and the Vatican are urged to acknowledge historical abuses against indigenous peoples.
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Saudi Arabian sisters, 18 and 20, find asylum after being stranded in Hong Kong6h Saudi Arabian sisters, 18 and 20, find asylum after being stranded in Hong Kong
Saudi Arabian sisters who fled from their abusive family have finally found asylum after being stranded in Hong Kong following a failed bid to reach Australia.
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Rebel MPs seize control of Brexit: Historic night of drama in the Commons as 29 Tories defy May7h Updated Rebel MPs seize control of Brexit: Historic night of drama in the Commons as 29 Tories defy May
MPs wrestled control of Brexit from the hands of Theresa May tonight, voting by 329 to 302 to hold a series of votes that could determine how - if at all - the UK leaves the European Union.
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7h Updated Uber is buying its Middle East rival Careem for $3.1 billion
Uber is buying the biggest ride-hailing app in the Middle East.
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Student tasered and kidnapped by masked men in car park7h Student tasered and kidnapped by masked men in car park
A Chinese man studying in Canada has been kidnapped from an underground car park by three masked men armed with a stun gun.
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Passengers on Melbourne-Christchurch flight exposed to measles7h Passengers on Melbourne-Christchurch flight exposed to measles
New Zealand authorities warn unvaccinated passengers on 19 March flight to stay in isolation, as further case emerges in Melbourne Passengers on a flight from Melbourne to Christchurch on 19 March were exposed to measles, New Zealand authorities have said, as more cases emerge on both sides of the Tasman. A passenger who arrived in Christchurch on Virgin Australia flight VA99 from Melbourne has been confirmed as having been infectious, adding to the total of 35 confirmed cases
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Tricky road rules quiz about right of way at an intersection infuriates drivers7h Tricky road rules quiz about right of way at an intersection infuriates drivers
A tricky road question posted by the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland on Facebook has confused drivers as they were asked which car should enter a four-way intersection first.
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Car thief steals Golf from London driveway while posing as a buyer7h Updated Car thief steals Golf from London driveway while posing as a buyer
Joseph Cox, 20, a logistics manager, from New Barnet, north London, was showing his VW Golf to a man in his 40s on Saturday. Mr Cox was nearly dragged under the wheels during the theft.
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Hampshire toddler copies her pony pal when he knocks a pole off a jump7h Hampshire toddler copies her pony pal when he knocks a pole off a jump
Verity Seignot-Griffiths, 17 months old, is seen leading her Shetland pony, called Super Noodles, to an almost ground-level jump, for it to trot over in Bordon, Hampshire.
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Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd agrees to return to UK7h Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd agrees to return to UK
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has agreed to be extradited back to the UK.
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Anyone else feeling the Mueller report blues? | Jean Hannah Edelstein7h Anyone else feeling the Mueller report blues? | Jean Hannah Edelstein
We wanted Robert Mueller to rescue us. The death of that fantasy means the real work for Democrats can now begin We should have known better. We should have known better! We should have learned from the time that we believed we were on the cusp of the first female president – the derivative T-shirts, the chilling champagne – only to find that our hopes had been dashed by a racist misogynist demagogue. Yet here we are again, a mass of deflated blue balloons, as the Monday morning headlines confirming our worst fears. Robert Mueller
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7h British PM sustained a blow that may end her premiership, making her actions over the coming days crucial
Theresa May has suffered many rebellions and humiliations over the last few months, but on Monday night she sustained what could be the blow that finishes off her premiership -- when she finally lost control of Brexit to Parliament.
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7h Updated Insane luxury in Dubai
If you have taste for luxury, here's a guide to high-end and exclusive experiences on offer in the "city of superlatives."
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England game overshadowed by racist abuse7h Updated England game overshadowed by racist abuse
Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi condemn the "unacceptable" racist abuse directed at England players during their 5-1 win in Montenegro.
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Your Tuesday Briefing7h Updated Your Tuesday Briefing
William Barr, Michael Avenatti, Apple: Here’s what you need to know.
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Conor McGregor: Ex-UFC champion announces retirement8h Updated Conor McGregor: Ex-UFC champion announces retirement
Former two-weight UFC champion Conor McGregor says he has decided to retire from the sport.
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Ronaldo injured as European champions Portugal draw with Serbia8h Ronaldo injured as European champions Portugal draw with Serbia
Cristiano Ronaldo suffers a hamstring injury during Portugal's European Championship qualifier against Serbia.
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Mother watches confronting footage of home birth in court after her twin baby died8h Mother watches confronting footage of home birth in court after her twin baby died
Former Adelaide midwife Lisa Jane Barrett, 52, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of manslaughter over the deaths of Tully Kavanagh in 2011 and another baby in 2012.
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Brexit: As rebel MPs take back control, what happens next?8h Brexit: As rebel MPs take back control, what happens next?
MPs are set to use 'pink slips' to vote via ballot box. It will streamline the votes - so MPs will not have to repeatedly go through the lobbies - and allow all options to be voted on at once.
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8h Updated Airbus lands a massive deal with China as Boeing battles its crisis
As Boeing struggles with the 737 Max crisis, its big rival Airbus has announced a huge order from China.
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Refugees Who Sheltered Edward Snowden Are Given Asylum in Canada8h Updated Refugees Who Sheltered Edward Snowden Are Given Asylum in Canada
A Filipino woman and her daughter arrived in Toronto, while five others who allowed the former National Security Agency contractor into their Hong Kong homes are awaiting decisions.
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England women beat Sri Lanka to win T20 series8h England women beat Sri Lanka to win T20 series
England thrash Sri Lanka by eight wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in their Twenty20 series against their hosts.
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Man, 32, to be extradited to NSW to face murder charges over the disappearance of Jay Brogden8h Updated Man, 32, to be extradited to NSW to face murder charges over the disappearance of Jay Brogden
Queensland police will seek to extradite a man from New South Wales to face a murder charge over the disappearance of Jay Brogden more than a decade ago.
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Twitter mocks bathtub tray ads showing women relaxing8h Updated Twitter mocks bathtub tray ads showing women relaxing
Classical pianist Susan Wu, from California, took to Twitter to share the hilarious adverts created by bath tray manufacturers.
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MPs take back control: What happens next?8h Updated MPs take back control: What happens next?
MPs are set to use 'pink slips' to vote via ballot box. It will streamline the votes - so MPs will not have to repeatedly go through the lobbies - and allow all options to be voted on at once.
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Remainer MP ringleader celebrates taking control of Brexit in another historic humiliation for May 8h Updated Remainer MP ringleader celebrates taking control of Brexit in another historic humiliation for May 
Tory Nick Boles called the result 'very exciting' and said: 'I'm going to wake up tomorrow morning with a broad grin on my face. I'm going to think — I finally live in a parliamentary democracy'.
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Racist AFL fan who called indigenous star Liam Ryan a ‘monkey’ is banned for two years8h Racist AFL fan who called indigenous star Liam Ryan a ‘monkey’ is banned for two years
The AFL has vowed to impose tough penalties on 'cowards' who taunt and bully stars via their social media platforms, after an increase in the amount of incidents.
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Mystery surrounds unusual cars spotted William Tyrrell’s street same day the toddler disappeared 8h Updated Mystery surrounds unusual cars spotted William Tyrrell’s street same day the toddler disappeared 
A neighbour of the missing boy's foster grandmother today said she didn't see any cars parked on the road in Kendall, on the New South Wales north coast on the day William disappeared.
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One Nation officials say they had been drinking for hours when they were filmed asking NRA for funds8h Updated One Nation officials say they had been drinking for hours when they were filmed asking NRA for funds
On Tuesday, James Ashby and Steve Dickson responded to the shocking footage which was revealed to have been part of an undercover investigation conducted by an Al-Jazeera journalist.
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Dozens of striking images from around the globe in Sony World Photography Awards shortlist8h Dozens of striking images from around the globe in Sony World Photography Awards shortlist
For its twelfth year the Sony World Photography Awards has shortlisted a selection of the world's most arresting images. Here are the 2019 shortlisted professionals.
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Boy is admitted to hospital after being shot in the arm8h Updated Boy is admitted to hospital after being shot in the arm
Emergency Services were called to an address in Underwood, southeast of Brisbane, just after midnight on Monday, where a boy received treatment on his arm.
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Ministers warn election could be on the cards within WEEKS if Brexit chaos continues8h Updated Ministers warn election could be on the cards within WEEKS if Brexit chaos continues
As the Government’s strategy went into meltdown, senior ministers ‘war-gamed’ scenarios that could see a national poll called three years ahead of schedule in response to Brexit turbulence.
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Pedophile, 45, faints in court after a judge sentences him to 260 years for molesting baby8h Updated Pedophile, 45, faints in court after a judge sentences him to 260 years for molesting baby
Thomas Goodman, 45, was sentenced to 260 years in prison on Friday. The Rhode Island man had been charged with molesting a newborn girl and producing child pornography.
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Giles Udy reflects on what a Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell government would look like8h Updated Giles Udy reflects on what a Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell government would look like
Giles Udy reflects on the prospect of a government under Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell (pictured). Mr McDonnell today said he would enforce re-education of the Treasury if Labour won an election.
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War veteran, 94, was moved between hospitals THIRTEEN times in the final 10 weeks of his life8h War veteran, 94, was moved between hospitals THIRTEEN times in the final 10 weeks of his life
Reg Thompson, 94, (pictured) was first admitted to the Leicester Royal Infirmary after he fell at home on December 21. He died at Kettering General Hospital on March 2.
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Father battles with deadly SPITTING COBRA in toilet8h Updated Father battles with deadly SPITTING COBRA in toilet
The deadly snake, which can grow up to six feet long, was curled around the U-bend and the five-year-old girl had used the toilet without seeing it, at a campsite in North West Province, South Africa.
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9h Updated Grim search for survivors continues after floods kill 113 people in Indonesia
The Indonesian Red Cross is continuing search and rescue efforts in the wake of devastating floods that killed at least 113 people in the eastern province of Papua, with almost 100 still missing more than a week after the disaster struck.
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The Bombay Beach Biennale - in pictures9h The Bombay Beach Biennale - in pictures
The fourth annual Bombay Beach Biennale took place last weekend on the shores of the Salton Sea in California. Artists and performers donated their time and talent to this volunteer-led event that transformed the town into a fully immersive artistic experience for 72 hours.
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Mark Geragos is DROPPED by CNN after he was named in Michael Avenatti extortion case9h Updated Mark Geragos is DROPPED by CNN after he was named in Michael Avenatti extortion case
Celebrity attorney Mark Geragos was dropped from CNN after he was identified as a co-conspirator in a criminal case involving fellow celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti.
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Joanna Lumley and Moby for Hay Festival line-up9h Joanna Lumley and Moby for Hay Festival line-up
The line-up for this spring's Hay Festival is unveiled, including Maxine Peake, Moby and Joanna Lumley.
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Brexit: MPs vote to take control of Brexit process for indicative votes9h Updated Brexit: MPs vote to take control of Brexit process for indicative votes
MPs vote to take over Commons business in an unprecedented move that sees three Conservative ministers resign.
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Alarming new research claims 70,000 deaths a year are caused by our increasingly sedentary lives9h Alarming new research claims 70,000 deaths a year are caused by our increasingly sedentary lives
A study published today suggests long periods spent sitting contributed to 70,000 deaths in 2016 in the UK, and for the first time has put a figure on its cost to the NHS — £700 million a year.
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Finder.com.au survey finds 27 per cent of Australians have never switched private health fund9h Updated Finder.com.au survey finds 27 per cent of Australians have never switched private health fund
A survey of 1,162 Australians by finder.com.au found 27 per cent of people had never switched private health funds, with premiums set to rise next week by up to 5.9 per cent.
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Australian couple on board the doomed Viking Sky cruise ship speak out about the ordeal9h Updated Australian couple on board the doomed Viking Sky cruise ship speak out about the ordeal
A retired Australian couple were on board the doomed Viking Sky when the ship's engine failed on rough seas on Saturday.
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Weigh children from the age of TWO to prevent them from developing obesity, warn researchers 9h Updated Weigh children from the age of TWO to prevent them from developing obesity, warn researchers 
Children are currently weighed when they start primary school at the age of four and when they leave aged 11.Children already overweight by four, Oxford and Manchester academics say.
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Reformed bikie, Brent Simpson, has been met with sympathy9h Updated Reformed bikie, Brent Simpson, has been met with sympathy
Brent Allchorn-Simpson, a former Sargent-at-arms for the Bandidos bikie club on the Gold Coast, was allegedly caught selling cocaine in 2014.
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‘It devours everything’: the crab that hitched a ride to Spain | Stephen Burgen9h ‘It devours everything’: the crab that hitched a ride to Spain | Stephen Burgen
Only the octopus is a match for the deadly pincers of a creature that has found its way from the US to the Ebro Delta Voracious and almost without predators, the blue crab was first sighted in the Ebro Delta on Spain’s Mediterranean coast in 2012, and since then the population has expanded exponentially, wiping out native species and forcing the fishing industry to adapt and find new markets. The blue crab (
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UN accuses Blackstone Group of contributing to global housing crisis9h UN accuses Blackstone Group of contributing to global housing crisis
World’s largest corporate residential landlords called out for their practices of inflating rents and ‘aggressive evictions’ The UN’s housing advisor has accused private equity firms and one of the world’s largest corporate residential landlords, Blackstone Group, of exploiting tenants, “wreaking havoc” in communities and helping to fuel a global housing crisis. In a stinging critique of the role of private equity in the housing market UN rapporteur
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Driver is caught with more than 60 Coles Stikeez collectables stuck to their windscreen9h Updated Driver is caught with more than 60 Coles Stikeez collectables stuck to their windscreen
The fruit and vegetable figurines have been promoted by the Australian supermarket giant in yet another attempt at getting shoppers to spend more money.
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Two girls are caught on camera jumping on a car’s roof while swearing and spitting at security9h Two girls are caught on camera jumping on a car’s roof while swearing and spitting at security
Two young girls have been filmed by shocked onlookers jumping on their foster carer's car and spitting at security in the middle of a busy Queensland shopping centre.
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Facebook and YouTube sued by Islamic group for the live-stream of the Christchurch terror attack9h Facebook and YouTube sued by Islamic group for the live-stream of the Christchurch terror attack
The French Council of the Muslin Faith is suing Facebook and Youtube for hosting footage of the Christchurch, New Zealand, terror attack. Both sites say delete clips as quickly as possible.
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Daily Mail-backed Great British Spring Clean hits 500,000 volunteers9h Daily Mail-backed Great British Spring Clean hits 500,000 volunteers
More than 500,0000 have joined the Daily Mail-backed Great British Spring Clean. Among them is eight-year-old Birkenhead, Merseyside resident Elizabeth Gadson (pictured).
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US to start building 57 miles of 18ft-high fences along Mexican border10h US to start building 57 miles of 18ft-high fences along Mexican border
Army engineers have received permission to start planning and building 57 miles of 5.5m (18ft) high fencing along the US border with Mexico.
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Man, 50, is fourth person to be arrested over the murder of Tanesha Melbourne-Blake, 1710h Updated Man, 50, is fourth person to be arrested over the murder of Tanesha Melbourne-Blake, 17
A suspect, 50, was arrested by Metropolitan Police on Monday in connection with the death of Tanesha Melbourne-Blake. The 17-year-old was gunned down in Tottenham last year.
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Brexit weekly briefing: parliament seizes control as May flounders10h Brexit weekly briefing: parliament seizes control as May flounders
MPs to vote on next steps, but it remains to be seen whether Theresa May will take notice Welcome to the Guardian’s weekly
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New exhibit at the Tate will examine British influence on Van Gogh10h New exhibit at the Tate will examine British influence on Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh’s influence on British artists – as well as Britain’s influence on him – is the subject of Tate Britain’s major new exhibition of his work.
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Children’s chances of surviving cancer less than 30% in poor nations – study10h Children’s chances of surviving cancer less than 30% in poor nations – study
Stark differences revealed in five-year survival rates between rich and low- and middle-income countries Figures reveal a striking disparity in five-year cancer survival rates for children in developing nations compared with those from rich countries. More than 80% of children diagnosed with the disease in high-income states will live for more than five years, yet fewer than 30% of young people with cancer in low- and middle-income nations have the same chance of survival, research has shown.
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Kidnapper sues police for selling the 4WD he used to attack German tourist10h Kidnapper sues police for selling the 4WD he used to attack German tourist
Roman Heinze was sentenced to 22 years in 2017 after he kidnapped a Brazilian backpacker, with an intent to rape her, and attacked her German companion in South Australia.
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Climate change denial is evil, says Mary Robinson10h Climate change denial is evil, says Mary Robinson
Exclusive: chair of Elders group also says fossil fuel firms have lost their social licence The denial of climate change is not just ignorant, but “malign and evil”, according to Mary Robinson, because it denies the human rights of the most vulnerable people on the planet. The former UN high commissioner for human rights and special envoy for climate change also says fossil fuel companies have lost their social licence to explore for more coal, oil and gas and must switch to become part of the transition to clean energy.
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Alec Baldwin and Cher are among shell shocked Hollywood celebrities reduced to madness by Mueller11h Updated Alec Baldwin and Cher are among shell shocked Hollywood celebrities reduced to madness by Mueller
A number of entertainers - including Alec Baldwin (left), Cher (center), and John Leguizamo (right) - took to social media to express their shock and frustration on Monday.
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