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Roy Moore arrives on horseback for Alabama vote as sister says 'every single woman is lying'

Roy Moore arrives on horseback for Alabama vote as sister says 'every single woman is lying'

Former Alabama judge says sexual misconduct allegations will be addressed ‘when we get to the Senate’ while sister says she believes he will win“Don’t frighten the horses” was the plea to a rolling
Arctic permafrost thawing faster than ever, US climate study finds

Arctic permafrost thawing faster than ever, US climate study finds

Sea ice also melting at fastest pace in 1,500 years, US government scientists find‘The Arctic is a very different place than it was even a decade ago’ – author Permafrost in the Arctic is thawing
Ryanair pilots based in Ireland to stage one-day strike next week

Ryanair pilots based in Ireland to stage one-day strike next week

Up to 117 pilots expected to take action, with airline’s flights to and from Dublin, Shannon and Cork likely to be affectedPilots working for Ryanair in Ireland have called a one-day strike next week,
Polish regulator fines US-owned broadcaster over protests coverage

Polish regulator fines US-owned broadcaster over protests coverage

TVN SA judged to have ‘propagated illegal behaviour’ with report on demonstrations last year, raising fears for press freedomPoland’s media regulator has fined a private broadcaster almost 1.5m złoty
Kim Jong-un should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity, say jurists

Kim Jong-un should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity, say jurists

Report says North Korean leader and other officials committed crimes with camps for political prisoners, citing evidence of systematic murder and tortureNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-un and other
Six perfect Christmas gifts for Donald Trump's biggest fans

Six perfect Christmas gifts for Donald Trump's biggest fans

What is a Christmas tree without a ‘Make America Great Again’ ornament, or a three-flavor popcorn bucket without a holiday quote from the president?For the ardent Trump supporter, this holiday season
Facebook to stop routing ad revenue via Ireland amid pressure over taxes

Facebook to stop routing ad revenue via Ireland amid pressure over taxes

Company says it will book advertising revenue in countries where it is earned instead of through Dublin headquartersFacebook has said it will start booking advertising revenue in countries where it is
Meet Dracula, the bloodsucking tick which feasted on dinosaurs 99m years ago

Meet Dracula, the bloodsucking tick which feasted on dinosaurs 99m years ago

An Anglo-Spanish team of fossil hunters has found several perfectly preserved ticks amongst the remains of a feathered dinosaur nestAs if the dinosaurs didn’t have enough to look out for with volcanic
Amaravati Buddhist art to finally be seen in full glory at British Museum

Amaravati Buddhist art to finally be seen in full glory at British Museum

After a two-year declutter and revamp, the Sir Joseph Hotung gallery will allow visitors to view Asian antiquities up closeFor decades, the Amaravati sculptures, a stupendous collection of early
Gas prices still too high despite government intervention, ACCC finds

Gas prices still too high despite government intervention, ACCC finds

Competition watchdog says domestic supply has increased but market problems are putting small businesses in jeopardyThe Turnbull government’s intervention in the gas market has increased supply to
Woman dies from injuries sustained in Birstall home blast

Woman dies from injuries sustained in Birstall home blast

Suspected gas explosion reduced house near Leicester to rubble and left two others injured, one of whom remains in hospitalA woman who was in a critical condition in hospital after a house was
Fossil hunters find man-sized penguin on New Zealand beach

Fossil hunters find man-sized penguin on New Zealand beach

Bones of a 1.77m tall penguin who walked on earth 55 to 60 million years ago have been found on a beach to the south of ChristchurchThe remnants of an ancient penguin that stood as tall as a grown man
New Zealand bans vaginal mesh implants

New Zealand bans vaginal mesh implants

Ministry of Health asks suppliers to stop marketing the mesh until they have proven its safetyNew Zealand has become the first major country to effectively ban vaginal mesh implants in response to
New York bombing suspect reportedly posted Trump 'failed to protect' US

New York bombing suspect reportedly posted Trump 'failed to protect' US

Akayed Ullah, who has been charged on five terrorism-related counts, apparently posted about Trump on Facebook the morning of the explosion The man who allegedly detonated an explosive device in New
Toni & Guy co-founder Giuseppe Toni Mascolo dies aged 75

Toni & Guy co-founder Giuseppe Toni Mascolo dies aged 75

Italian-born hairdresser founded global hairdressing chain and brand with younger brother in London more than 50 years agoGiuseppe Toni Mascolo, the co-founder of hairdressing chain Toni & Guy,
Trump’s lawyers call for second special counsel to investigate Russia special counsel

Trump’s lawyers call for second special counsel to investigate Russia special counsel

The president’s lawyer says ‘new revelations’ warrant new group to investigate Mueller’s team’s inquiry into ties between the Trump campaign and RussiaTrump-Russia investigation: the key questions
In Venezuela, Maduro’s opponents must not lose faith in elections | Reynaldo Trombetta

In Venezuela, Maduro’s opponents must not lose faith in elections | Reynaldo Trombetta

After decades of corruption, the president’s threat to ban rivals from elections was met with apathy. But only an honest vote can restore Venezuela’s democracyVenezuelans have all the reasons in the
EU announces €9bn in funding for climate action

EU announces €9bn in funding for climate action

EU funds will be focused on clean energy, and sustainable cities and agriculture, with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation also pledging $300m towards climate adaptationThe European commission has
Fireball follows explosion at gas plant in Austria - video

Fireball follows explosion at gas plant in Austria - video

An explosion at Austria’s main gas pipeline hub has killed one person and injured 18 others. Two air ambulances were sent to the facility in Baumgarten, the Austria Press Agency reported. The
Trump attacks senator and dismisses sexual harassment claims as Democratic conspiracy

Trump attacks senator and dismisses sexual harassment claims as Democratic conspiracy

President sends ‘ugly and suggestive’ tweet about senator Kirsten GillibrandGillibrand condemns Trump’s ‘sexist smear’ and says: ‘I will not be silenced’Donald Trump claimed on Tuesday that the