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'Nut rage': Korean Air boss apologises as daughters resign

'Nut rage': Korean Air boss apologises as daughters resign

Cho Yang-ho sorry for ‘immature actions’ including disruption on flight in 2014 over a bag of nutsThe chair of Korean Air, Cho Yang-ho, has apologised for what he called the immature behaviour of his
Sheriff's deputy who fatally shot unarmed black man in Texas is fired

Sheriff's deputy who fatally shot unarmed black man in Texas is fired

The department said Cameron Brewer had failed to follow its use of force policy according to the findings of an internal investigationA sheriff’s deputy who fatally shot an unarmed black man who was
Avicii obituary: the quintessential shy superstar

Avicii obituary: the quintessential shy superstar

Swedish DJ and producer who spearheaded a revolution in electric dance musicThe Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, who recorded and performed as Avicii, was the quintessential shy superstar, a man who disliked
Pressure grows on May and Rudd over Windrush scandal

Pressure grows on May and Rudd over Windrush scandal

Sayeeda Warsi says fault with ‘hostile environment’ lies with policy itself not implementationTheresa May and her home secretary, Amber Rudd, have come under further pressure over the impact on the
Arizona Republicans seek law change in case John McCain seat in play

Arizona Republicans seek law change in case John McCain seat in play

GOP move would change state’s process for replacing members of Congress who resign or die in officeArizona lawmakers are debating legislation that would keep John McCain’s Senate successor off the
JFK documents could show the truth about a diplomat's death 47 years ago

JFK documents could show the truth about a diplomat's death 47 years ago

Family of Charles Thomas are pleading with Trump to release papers they say show his 1971 suicide stemmed from officials wanting to shut down effort to reopen JFK investigationCharles Thomas was a
Dozens dead in bombing at Kabul voter registration centre

Dozens dead in bombing at Kabul voter registration centre

Islamic State claims responsibility for suicide attack on ID cards queue that killed at least 57 peopleA suicide bomber has killed at least 57 people and wounded dozens outside a voter registration
Smallville's Allison Mack was allegedly a 'top member' of cult that abused women

Smallville's Allison Mack was allegedly a 'top member' of cult that abused women

Actor may be first leader to face punishment for involvement in Nxivm, a group that forced members to conform to sexual demandsAs she was led from court in Brooklyn on Friday, Allison Mack appeared to
Journalist shot dead while broadcasting live in Nicaragua as death toll hits 25

Journalist shot dead while broadcasting live in Nicaragua as death toll hits 25

Pope Francis calls for end to violence as police are accused of using live rounds against demonstrators The death toll from anti-government protests in Nicaragua has risen to 25 as the national police
Abellio, NS and why the Amsterdam express always goes via Dublin

Abellio, NS and why the Amsterdam express always goes via Dublin

The Dutch state railway is under serious fire for leasing its trains in low-tax Ireland. And it’s not the only operator to do soThe sleek intercity train connecting Amsterdam to Rotterdam zips between
Israel celebrates but is war with Iran looming?

Israel celebrates but is war with Iran looming?

Israelis enjoyed a lavish party last week to mark the nation’s seven eventful decades, but the threat to its existence could hardly have been greaterThere were fireworks, concerts, torch processions
Dragon boat disaster leaves 17 dead in China

Dragon boat disaster leaves 17 dead in China

Sixty paddlers practising for a race fall into river in southern city of Guilin as two boats capsize in strong currentSeventeen people died after two dragon boats capsized in southern China.The boat
On Syria, none of us is innocent | Letters

On Syria, none of us is innocent | Letters

To intervene or not to intervene? Both options are potentially irresponsible…Lina Khatib was right to draw attention to the pivotal role that Russia could play in ending the Syrian war (“It was right
Brisbane woman dies in police custody hours after being arrested

Brisbane woman dies in police custody hours after being arrested

Forty-four-year-old found dead in cell at Ipswich watch house early on Saturday morning • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon A Brisbane woman has died in police custody
'It will not be very pleasant,' Iran warns, if Trump sabotages nuclear deal

'It will not be very pleasant,' Iran warns, if Trump sabotages nuclear deal

Foreign minister indicates Tehran could go back to enriching uranium if US president tries to add new conditions to groundbreaking agreementIran’s top diplomat has issued a stark warning to Donald
Mitt Romney will face primary after setback in run for US Senate

Mitt Romney will face primary after setback in run for US Senate

Former Republican presidential candidate fails to win enough votes to secure candidacy at party convention in UtahMitt Romney has been forced into a Republican primary for a US Senate seat in Utah as
'Ethnic purging': French stars and dignitaries condemn antisemitism

'Ethnic purging': French stars and dignitaries condemn antisemitism

Manifesto citing Islamist radicalism as driving violence against France’s Jews, including killing of elderly woman, attracts more than 300 signaturesMore than 300 French dignitaries and stars,
Kelly O'Dwyer forced to admit banks royal commission was needed

Kelly O'Dwyer forced to admit banks royal commission was needed

Finance minister defends delay in calling inquiry, saying it was a ‘sober and deliberate’ decision • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noonKelly O’Dwyer has been forced to
Bug appetite: German supermarket sells burgers made from worms

Bug appetite: German supermarket sells burgers made from worms

Burgers’ maker says key is creating ‘aesthetic product that looks good and doesn’t show any insects’Supermarket shoppers in the western German city of Aachen have stepped out of their comfort zone to
‘Everyone is following it’: millions gripped by Kim Wall murder trial as verdict nears

‘Everyone is following it’: millions gripped by Kim Wall murder trial as verdict nears

Submarine builder Peter Madsen Googled ‘beheading’ and ‘girl’ the night before cutting off journalist’s head, Danish court is toldJust a few hours before embarking on his fateful submarine trip with