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Aung San Suu Kyi lives in 'bubble', says US diplomat in row with Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi lives in 'bubble', says US diplomat in row with Myanmar

Bill Richardson says Nobel prize winner has developed a ‘siege mentality’ but is still the nation’s best hope for changeMyanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi is “isolated” and living in a “bubble”,
West London flooded as burst pipe forces residents to evacuate

West London flooded as burst pipe forces residents to evacuate

Fire crews deploy rescue boats in Hammersmith while areas are left without tap water People have been evacuated from their homes and parts of west London have been left without water after a burst
Goodbye to Mark E Smith, and good riddance to a charity fundraiser

Goodbye to Mark E Smith, and good riddance to a charity fundraiser

The week the Fall legend died also saw No 10 slipping up on Burns Night and David Cameron hanging around in DavosTheresa May’s attempt to show solidarity with the Scots by holding a Burns Night dinner
Israeli Holocaust survivors plead case of African migrants

Israeli Holocaust survivors plead case of African migrants

Benjamin Netanyahu urged not to expel 38,000 people facing ‘suffering, torment and death’ Holocaust survivors in Israel have pleaded with the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, not to expel 38,000
Donald Trump's refrigerator upgrade for Air Force One set to cost $24m

Donald Trump's refrigerator upgrade for Air Force One set to cost $24m

Officials sign deal with Boeing to replace two food chilling systemsPlane’s fridges must be equipped to handle 3,000 meals per dayWhat hums, flies above 30,000ft, and costs about as much as Donald
Weatherwatch: 1940 Ice Storm added to misery of war

Weatherwatch: 1940 Ice Storm added to misery of war

January 1940 was coldest month on record for almost 50 years, freezing the river ThamesJanuary 1940 was the coldest month on record for almost 50 years, and would ultimately become the second coldest
Billionaire couple were victims of targeted murder, say Toronto police – video

Billionaire couple were victims of targeted murder, say Toronto police – video

Toronto police say Canadian pharmaceutical billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered in a targeted killing. Officers say they are treating the case as a murder investigation, six weeks after
Woman accuses film star Steven Seagal of rape in 1993

Woman accuses film star Steven Seagal of rape in 1993

The woman called the alleged assault ‘very predatory, very aggressive and traumatizing’ during an interview A once-aspiring actress has alleged Steven Seagal raped her at a wrap party for the film On
Doreen Lawrence: if stab victims were white, MPs would care more

Doreen Lawrence: if stab victims were white, MPs would care more

Mother of murdered teenager Stephen urges government to ‘get a grip’ on soaring London knife crime Doreen Lawrence, the Labour peer whose son Stephen Lawrence was murdered in 1993, has said the recent
Trump still doesn't understand why 'you're fired' can't work like it did on TV | Richard Wolffe

Trump still doesn't understand why 'you're fired' can't work like it did on TV | Richard Wolffe

News that Trump ordered the firing of Mueller shows he thinks he can utter his catchphrase and people just disappear Donald Trump has a problem with reality. To be specific, he has a problem
IMF chief warns Trump's tax cuts could destabilise global economy

IMF chief warns Trump's tax cuts could destabilise global economy

Reforms may threaten recovery and lead to bigger US budget deficit, says Christine Lagarde Donald Trump’s huge tax cuts are a threat to the stability of the global economy, the managing director of
Billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, Canada police say

Billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, Canada police say

Toronto police say pharmaceutical billionaires found dead in their Toronto home last month were part of a targeted killingPolice in Canada have said they believe pharmaceutical billionaires Barry and
Thousands of Turkish Cypriots demonstrate against Ankara

Thousands of Turkish Cypriots demonstrate against Ankara

Tensions have grown since a Turkish Cypriot newspaper was attacked by hardline nationalistsThousands of Turkish Cypriots chanting “we want our country back” have taken to the streets of Nicosia
John Worboys' release put on hold after victims launch legal challenge

John Worboys' release put on hold after victims launch legal challenge

Case brought by two victims hoping for judicial review of decision to release black-cab rapistThe release of John Worboys, the black-cab rapist, has been put on hold after a high court battle to keep
Joshua Boyle, former Taliban hostage, to have more psychiatric tests

Joshua Boyle, former Taliban hostage, to have more psychiatric tests

Boyle, who has been charged with sexual assault, misleading police and making death threats, faces four additional chargesA Canadian former hostage who has been charged with sexual assault, misleading
Trump administration set to admit far fewer refugees than plan allows for

Trump administration set to admit far fewer refugees than plan allows for

International Rescue Committee says 21,292 refugees will be admitted to the US this year, far below administration’s 45,000 limitThe Trump administration is on pace to resettle fewer than half of its
Deal with France 'could bring hundreds more child refugees to UK'

Deal with France 'could bring hundreds more child refugees to UK'

Charities hope agreements at last week’s summit will mean many more children are transferredCharities working to bring unaccompanied refugee children to safety are optimistic that agreements signed by
Ethiopia 'pardons 2,000 prisoners' jailed over Oromo protests

Ethiopia 'pardons 2,000 prisoners' jailed over Oromo protests

Hundreds have died in the protests and successive waves of repression since 2015More than 2,000 prisoners jailed for involvement in unrest that gripped Ethiopia between 2015 and 2016 have been
FBI agent fatally shot a kidnap victim during raid in Houston, authorities say

FBI agent fatally shot a kidnap victim during raid in Houston, authorities say

‘The system failed. Whether it was accidental or not, the man is not going home to his family,’ the Conroe police chief saidAn FBI agent fatally shot the victim of a kidnapping during a raid early
Donald Trump woos business but attacks media at Davos

Donald Trump woos business but attacks media at Davos

President declares US open for business as he accuses media for being nasty, mean and fake Donald Trump has taken his battle with the media on to the global stage by using a speech in Davos declaring