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Nancy Pelosi: Trump endangered lives by leaking details of war zone trip – video

Nancy Pelosi: Trump endangered lives by leaking details of war zone trip – video

The Democratic House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, has accused the White House of leaking information about a planned congressional trip to Afghanistan, saying it was 'very, very irresponsible on the part of
‘An egregious offence’: Canada battles Norway for tallest moose statue

‘An egregious offence’: Canada battles Norway for tallest moose statue

After Norway’s Storelgen stole Mac the Moose’s place as world’s tallest, a Canadian city hopes to ‘stick it to Oslo’ by increasing their statue’s sizeFor three decades, the Canadian city of Moose Jaw
Libya: reconciliation conference delay could fuel military solution

Libya: reconciliation conference delay could fuel military solution

Political process is being sabotaged by those who believe conflict is only option, says UN special envoyFailure to hold a national reconciliation conference in Libya could open the path to those who
Murray-Darling basin authority and NSW largely culpable for fish kill, report finds

Murray-Darling basin authority and NSW largely culpable for fish kill, report finds

Exclusive: Australia Institute calls for inquiry similar to royal commission and greater MDBA transparencyThe crisis on the Lower Darling, which has seen up to 1 million fish die, is largely due to
British sailor found not guilty of sexual assault in Canada gang-rape case

British sailor found not guilty of sexual assault in Canada gang-rape case

Darren Smalley acquitted after woman testified she had been raped by four men at military barracks in Nova Scotia in April 2015A British Royal Navy sailor accused of taking part in the gang rape of a
Syrian girl disfigured by bomb attack refused US visa under Trump travel ban

Syrian girl disfigured by bomb attack refused US visa under Trump travel ban

Exclusive: Marwa al-Shekh Ameen, 16, was denied a visa in December after doctors in Germany encouraged her to get treatment in the USA 16-year-old Syrian refugee who was disfigured in a bomb attack on
Witnesses describe moment man set himself alight in Prague – video

Witnesses describe moment man set himself alight in Prague – video

A man set himself on fire in a central Prague square on Friday as Czechs marked the 50th anniversary of a student’s self-immolation in protest against the Soviet invasion that crushed the Prague
France in shock at gang-rape trial of police from famous BRI unit

France in shock at gang-rape trial of police from famous BRI unit

Court hears how Canadian woman was allegedly raped by terrorism officers at 36 Quai des Orfèves Emily Spanton grew up with police officers – her father had been a high-ranking officer in the Toronto
Trump and Kim Jong-un to meet again at second nuclear summit

Trump and Kim Jong-un to meet again at second nuclear summit

Location of summit between leaders to be announced laterDecision comes in wake of talks between Trump and envoyDonald Trump and Kim Jong-un will hold a second summit near the end of next month, the
Diane Abbott accuses BBC Question Time of legitimising racism

Diane Abbott accuses BBC Question Time of legitimising racism

Labour MP’s spokesperson claims she was mocked and interrupted more than other panellistsDiane Abbott has accused BBC Question Time of legitimising racist abuse after claims that the shadow home
Zimbabwean activists on run as protests crackdown raises spectre of Mugabe era

Zimbabwean activists on run as protests crackdown raises spectre of Mugabe era

Security forces arrest hundreds since ‘stay-at-home’ protest called by unionsHundreds of activists remain in hiding in Zimbabwe, on the fifth day of the worst government crackdown since the ousting of
Revealed: UK patients stockpile drugs in fear of no-deal Brexit

Revealed: UK patients stockpile drugs in fear of no-deal Brexit

Doctors call for more transparency amid fears of shortages, especially of insulin‘Well-oiled machine’: how Brexit could hit medicine supplies Stockpiling insulin: ‘If I run out, I have no idea what to
Women's March: 30 countries set to take part in third global protest

Women's March: 30 countries set to take part in third global protest

Women to march against violence and austerity with UK rally likely to have anti-Brexit tone Women in more than 30 countries around the world are expected to gather on Saturday as part of the global
Man sets himself on fire in Prague as Czechs mark 1968 protest

Man sets himself on fire in Prague as Czechs mark 1968 protest

Incident in city centre 50 years after suicide of Jan Palach in protest at Soviet invasionA man seriously injured himself by setting himself on fire in a central Prague square as Czechs marked the
Man given hospital order for stabbing girlfriend 173 times

Man given hospital order for stabbing girlfriend 173 times

Jake Neate and his parents repeatedly raised alarm about his mental health before killing A man who stabbed his girlfriend 173 times has been given an indefinite hospital order, after serious concerns
US regions where drug companies marketed hit hardest by opioids crisis

US regions where drug companies marketed hit hardest by opioids crisis

Researchers found increases in marketing were associated with higher prescribing and a higher rate of overdoses A new study has found that areas of America hit hardest by the opioids epidemic were the
Antarctic expedition yields remains of tiny, ancient 'water bears'

Antarctic expedition yields remains of tiny, ancient 'water bears'

Scientists surprised by haul of crustaceans and tardigrades in undisturbed subglacial lakeScientists have found the remains of tiny, ancient animals in an Antarctic lake that has lain undisturbed for
Three men jailed for murder of five in Leicester shop blast

Three men jailed for murder of five in Leicester shop blast

Aram Kurd, Hawkwar Hassan and Arkan Ali plotted £300,000 insurance scamThree men who murdered five people by causing an explosion at a Leicester shop in a £300,000 insurance scam have been jailed for
Bogotá blast blamed on one-armed bomb expert linked to rebel group

Bogotá blast blamed on one-armed bomb expert linked to rebel group

José Aldemar Rojas of ELN also died in Colombia car bombingExplosion at police academy left 21 dead and 70 woundedColombian authorities said a one-armed explosives expert belonging to the country’s
Bolsonaro pressures Venezuelan leader with vow to 're-establish democracy'

Bolsonaro pressures Venezuelan leader with vow to 're-establish democracy'

Brazilian president said he will do ‘everything for democracy’ in a video message as his son called Nicolás Maduro a ‘cancer’Brazil’s rightwing president, Jair Bolsonaro, has piled further pressure on