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WHO warns of fake cancer drug made from paracetamol

WHO warns of fake cancer drug made from paracetamol

Pills that resemble Leukaemia drug Iclusig sold in Europe and Americas for £5,000 a packA global alert has been issued by the World Health Organization, warning patients, doctors and pharmacies of a
Donald Trump v Beto O'Rourke: rival rallies on US border security – video report

Donald Trump v Beto O'Rourke: rival rallies on US border security – video report

Donald Trump and potential presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke held rallies in El Paso, Texas, on Monday night offering their contrasting views on Trump's US-Mexico border wall. The president
Turkey issues 1,100 arrest warrants for Gülenist coup suspects

Turkey issues 1,100 arrest warrants for Gülenist coup suspects

Turkish interior minister says ‘big operation’ looming against supporters of cleric Fethullah GülenTurkey has issued arrest warrants for a further 1,112 people with suspected connections to the
Katy Perry shoes removed from stores over blackface design

Katy Perry shoes removed from stores over blackface design

The pop star’s designs are the latest to be accused of using racist caricatures, following backlash against Gucci, Prada and MonclerKaty Perry Collections, the fashion line by the pop star, has
✊: How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat everyone at Twitter in nine tweets

✊: How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat everyone at Twitter in nine tweets

In eight months, the new congresswoman has built one of DC’s most engaged followings. Here are her best movesWhen it comes to Twitter, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who became the youngest woman ever
The Shadow Play review – money worship and gangster capitalism in China

The Shadow Play review – money worship and gangster capitalism in China

Director Lou Ye’s intriguing but exasperating drama focuses on criminal undertakings with overblown resultsLou Ye is a Chinese director who has courageously challenged the authorities, receiving bans
'Migrant menace': Salvini accused of targeting  refugees and ignoring mafia

'Migrant menace': Salvini accused of targeting refugees and ignoring mafia

Organised crime increasingly being forgotten in favour of anti-migrant efforts, say observersIn recent decades, the ruthless Casalesi clan of the Camorra mafia has earned billions of euros by burying
The deaths haven't stopped: a fact Scott Morrison can't avoid | Katharine Murphy

The deaths haven't stopped: a fact Scott Morrison can't avoid | Katharine Murphy

Bill Shorten’s decision to project some basic humanity in an election year is a risk. It shouldn’t be – basic humanity makes it simpleRisk by risk, calculation by calculation, decision by decision,
Catalan leaders' lawyer attacks 'vaudeville' case as trial begins

Catalan leaders' lawyer attacks 'vaudeville' case as trial begins

Madrid trial of separatists seen as the most important since Spain’s return to democracyA little less than 16 months ago, the nine men and three women sitting on the plush burgundy benches of Madrid’s
Home Office abandons plan to force great-grandparents out of country

Home Office abandons plan to force great-grandparents out of country

Couple would have left four children, 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild if forced to return to IranThe Home Office has abandoned its battle to separate a couple from their four British children,
Deflagging of refugee rescue ship a 'dark moment' for Europe

Deflagging of refugee rescue ship a 'dark moment' for Europe

Report by Human Rights at Sea says revoking of Aquarius’s flag sets precedent for states to ignore international humanitarian lawThe deflagging of the Aquarius, the last migrant rescue ship in the
Gordon Banks, World Cup winner with England in 1966, dies aged 81

Gordon Banks, World Cup winner with England in 1966, dies aged 81

• Banks played in goal for Sir Alf Ramsey’s legendary side • Produced one of the greatest ever saves to thwart Pelé in 1970Gordon Banks, a World Cup winner with England in 1966 whose diving, twisting
Brexit: Leadsom urges Tories not to be 'purist' about Irish backstop

Brexit: Leadsom urges Tories not to be 'purist' about Irish backstop

MPs should ‘hold their nerve’ and give May time to seek changes, says Commons leaderAndrea Leadsom has urged Conservative MPs not to be “purist” about the changes Theresa May hopes to secure for the
Cooper wins wider Tory support for new plan to allow MPs to block no-deal Brexit - Politics live

Cooper wins wider Tory support for new plan to allow MPs to block no-deal Brexit - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s statement to MPs about BrexitAndrea Leadsom’s Today interview - SummaryTheresa May’s Brexit statement to
Scott Morrison suffers historic defeat as Labor and crossbench pass medevac bill

Scott Morrison suffers historic defeat as Labor and crossbench pass medevac bill

Opposition stares down bare knuckle tactical offensive by Coalition, including late advice bill was unconstitutionalThe Morrison government has suffered an historic defeat, losing the first
French police investigate antisemitic attacks in Paris

French police investigate antisemitic attacks in Paris

Swastikas drawn on postboxes alongside images of Holocaust survivor Simone Veil French police are investigating a spate of antisemitic acts in Paris and the surrounding area in the past few days, as
Trump: 'Just so you know, we're building the wall anyway.' – video

Trump: 'Just so you know, we're building the wall anyway.' – video

Donald Trump's pursuit of a border wall continued as he spoke at a rally in El Paso, Texas. Banners reading 'Finish the wall' lined the El Paso County Coliseum as the president spoke of how Democrats
'We need more people to go by bike': meet Amsterdam's nine-year-old junior cycle mayor

'We need more people to go by bike': meet Amsterdam's nine-year-old junior cycle mayor

As the world’s first junior cycle mayor, Lotta Crok wants to draw attention to the obstacles kids on bikes face – and inspire other children to cycleDuring Amsterdam’s chaotic rush hour, nine-year-old
Facebook under pressure to halt rise of anti-vaccination groups

Facebook under pressure to halt rise of anti-vaccination groups

Experts are calling on company to counter closed groups where members can post misinformation without challenge Facebook is under pressure to stem the rise of anti-vaccination groups spreading false
Ebola vaccine offered in exchange for sex, Congo taskforce meeting told

Ebola vaccine offered in exchange for sex, Congo taskforce meeting told

As experts urge global warning over outbreak, women and girls in Beni report alleged exploitationAn unparalleled Ebola vaccination programme in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has become engulfed