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Trump insists on arming teachers despite lack of evidence it would stop shootings

Trump insists on arming teachers despite lack of evidence it would stop shootings

The largest teachers’ unions, security guards and military veterans opposed the president’s plan of arming teachers to keep schools safe In the past 24 hours, Donald Trump has thrice backed a plan to
Spacewatch: Nasa planet hunter will target the rock zone

Spacewatch: Nasa planet hunter will target the rock zone

Using the TESS satellite, now at the Kennedy Space Centre, the agency is to study 200,000 stars in a quest for habitable planetsNasa’s next planet hunting mission has arrived at the Kennedy Space
Unicef deputy quits after inappropriate behaviour claims

Unicef deputy quits after inappropriate behaviour claims

Justin Forsyth resigns in wake of complaints dating from his time as boss of Save the ChildrenJustin Forsyth has resigned as deputy executive director of Unicef following accusations of inappropriate
Mould threatens health on Nauru – video

Mould threatens health on Nauru – video

Video from 2015 shows the extent of the mould that threatens the health of staff, refugees and asylum seekers on Nauru. The mould has been a persistent problem in tents and buildings inside
'France is no longer free': Marine Le Pen's niece brings French far right to CPAC

'France is no longer free': Marine Le Pen's niece brings French far right to CPAC

Marion Le Pen’s speech at the conference was well received but her attendance also brought controversy as many American conservatives expressed dismayFar right French politician Marion Maréchal-Le Pen
Neanderthals – not modern humans – were first artists on Earth, experts claim

Neanderthals – not modern humans – were first artists on Earth, experts claim

Neanderthals painted on cave walls in Spain 65,000 years ago – tens of thousands of years before modern humans arrived, say researchersMore than 65,000 years ago, a Neanderthal reached out and made
Scientists make cells glow so brightly they can be seen outside the body

Scientists make cells glow so brightly they can be seen outside the body

Synthetic bioluminescent molecules allows researchers to track individual cells in animals with unprecedented accuracy Scientists have stolen a trick from fireflies and jellyfish to make animals with
Russia blocks UN resolution on eastern Ghouta ceasefire

Russia blocks UN resolution on eastern Ghouta ceasefire

Reports of civilian casualties in Syrian rebel enclave are ‘mass psychosis’, envoy claims Russia has blocked a UN resolution that would have established a 30-day ceasefire and humanitarian deliveries
Museum review – Gael Garcia Bernal's student waster ballasts fun Mexican heist movie

Museum review – Gael Garcia Bernal's student waster ballasts fun Mexican heist movie

Inspired by a real life robbery, this yarn about a pair of gormless students stealing priceless ancient artefacts is an entertaining and highly watchable thriller A deeply preposterous event from
Grandfather pays tribute to brothers killed in hit-and-run

Grandfather pays tribute to brothers killed in hit-and-run

Casper and Corey Platt-May, aged two and six, died after being struck by a car in CoventryThe grandfather of two young brothers killed in a hit-and-run crash has described them as “happy, jolly,
Foreign Office warns of Islamist threat in South Africa after British couple kidnapped

Foreign Office warns of Islamist threat in South Africa after British couple kidnapped

Couple still missing after being abducted but elite police unit casts doubt on terrorist linkThe Foreign Office (FCO) has warned of a threat of attacks by Islamist militants on foreigners in South
'We must immediately harden our schools' says NRA's Wayne LaPierre – video

'We must immediately harden our schools' says NRA's Wayne LaPierre – video

At the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland, the National Rifle Association's executive vice-president and CEO says 'evil walks among us' Continue reading...
White powder letter sent to Meghan Markle treated as racist hate crime

White powder letter sent to Meghan Markle treated as racist hate crime

Scotland Yard say letter sent with powder is being investigated by counter-terrorism officersPolice say they are treating as a racist hate crime a letter containing white powder sent to Meghan Markle,
UK to lose EU rebate in 2021 'in extended Brexit transition'

UK to lose EU rebate in 2021 'in extended Brexit transition'

No discount beyond end of 2020 owing to start of new EU budget, says senior Brussels source The UK will lose its rebate from the EU at end of 2020 if it seeks to extend the Brexit transition beyond
Medical crisis in east Ghouta as hospitals 'systematically targeted'

Medical crisis in east Ghouta as hospitals 'systematically targeted'

UN security council to vote on draft resolution demanding 30-day truce in Syria, as government and allies accused of destroying healthcareThe medical system in eastern Ghouta is near collapse, medics
Nauru refugees, asylum seekers and staff exposed to 'highly toxic' mould

Nauru refugees, asylum seekers and staff exposed to 'highly toxic' mould

Former staff suffering from conditions including toxic mould syndrome and hundreds still living in mould-prone tents Four years after the Australian government was repeatedly warned the mould growing
‘Our day starts at the cemetery’: victim’s father on life after Florida shooting – video

‘Our day starts at the cemetery’: victim’s father on life after Florida shooting – video

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was among the 17 people killed by a gunman at a high school in Parkland, Florida, has spoken to MSNBC’s Morning Joe about the grief he and his family have been
New Russian stealth fighter spotted in Syria

New Russian stealth fighter spotted in Syria

Two Su-57 jets are the latest high-tech military system Russia has deployed in Syria conflictMoscow appears to have deployed an advanced new stealth fighter to its airbase in Syria, reports in Russian
Eight died in 'avoidable collision' on M1, court told

Eight died in 'avoidable collision' on M1, court told

Polish national, Ryszard Masierak, and David Wagstaff, both deny causing death by dangerous drivingOne lorry driver was twice the drink drive limit and another was on a hands-free call with the
Drug-resistant superbug to blame for deadly typhoid outbreak in Pakistan

Drug-resistant superbug to blame for deadly typhoid outbreak in Pakistan

Researchers warn of limited treatment options as mutated strain of typhoid is blamed for surge in casesA major outbreak of typhoid fever in Pakistan may have been caused by a highly drug-resistant