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Older people more likely to share fake news on Facebook, study finds

Older people more likely to share fake news on Facebook, study finds

Researchers suggest over-65s may lack skills to determine veracity of online newsOlder people are almost four times more likely to have shared fake news on Facebook than the younger generation,
EU under fire after lifting threat to ban Thai seafood imports over illegal fishing

EU under fire after lifting threat to ban Thai seafood imports over illegal fishing

Reversal of disciplinary process condemned as campaigners claim Thailand has failed to address labour abusesThe EU has been accused of sending out the wrong message after removing Thailand from a list
'Right to be forgotten' by Google should apply only in EU, says court opinion

'Right to be forgotten' by Google should apply only in EU, says court opinion

NGOs warned of potential harm to internet users’ rights if Google lost ECJ caseThe “right to be forgotten”, which enables claimants to request the removal of links to irrelevant or outdated online
Six Holocaust victims to be given Jewish burial in UK

Six Holocaust victims to be given Jewish burial in UK

Funeral for remains including those of a child, stored for 20 years at Imperial War Museum More than seven decades after the liberation of the Nazi death camps, the remains of six unidentified victims
Thursday US briefing: Trump throws 'temper tantrum' at shutdown talks

Thursday US briefing: Trump throws 'temper tantrum' at shutdown talks

Ocasio-Cortez condemns ‘disgusting’ media publishing fake nude ... Billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer will not run for President ... First Dreamer Rhodes scholar fears being barred from USGood morning,
'Fireball' over New Zealand was satellite, Russia confirms

'Fireball' over New Zealand was satellite, Russia confirms

TV cameras at cricket match captured missile early warning satellite during its descentRussia has confirmed a fireball that streaked through the sky above New Zealand on Saturday was one of its early
Street art: the mosaic maker who turns potholes into pictures

Street art: the mosaic maker who turns potholes into pictures

Jim Bachor beautifies the world’s streets with colourful designs ranging from chickens to Aretha FranklinJim Bachor makes street art – quite literally.For the last few years the 52-year-old has been
The new rules of eating al desko

The new rules of eating al desko

Is there a right and wrong way to lunch at your desk? Should you even be doing it at all? Experts and office workers weigh inAs winter finally begins to bite, the idea of the al-desko lunch seems
US prison sentences could vary by up to 63% depending on judge – study

US prison sentences could vary by up to 63% depending on judge – study

In the wake of US v Booker, which mandated sentence guidelines, 25 of the 30 cities studied saw jail time spreads increaseThe length of jail time defendants in the United States receive increasingly
'I saw things I'd never imagined': Caracas street children – in pictures

'I saw things I'd never imagined': Caracas street children – in pictures

Drugs, violence and harassment are part of daily life for the growing population of homeless children in VenezuelaAll photographs: Miguel Gutiérrez/EPA Continue reading...
'He just walked out': Schumer on meeting with Trump over shutdown – video

'He just walked out': Schumer on meeting with Trump over shutdown – video

The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, condemns Donald Trump's 'temper tantrum' following a meeting he and House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, had with the president about the partial shutdown of the US
Turkey says it will launch Syria offensive if US delays pullout

Turkey says it will launch Syria offensive if US delays pullout

Foreign minister warns US not to put off exit with ‘excuses’ about Turks massacring KurdsTurkey will launch an offensive against Syrian Kurdish forces if the US delays the withdrawal of its troops
West 'risks helping political hijack of Libya's peace talks'

West 'risks helping political hijack of Libya's peace talks'

Former Libyan ambassador to UN issues warning over western interestsLibya risks losing its last chance to find a peaceful solution to four years of deadlock because political parties backed by the
Police arrest 22 and charge 10 in 'county lines' drugs crackdown

Police arrest 22 and charge 10 in 'county lines' drugs crackdown

Arrests in Cumbria, West Midlands and London follow spate of drug-related deaths in Barrow-in-FurnessTwenty-two people have been arrested and 10 charged in a “county lines” drugs crackdown following a
Hallucinations and $100,000: the poker player who shut himself in a pitch-black room for weeks

Hallucinations and $100,000: the poker player who shut himself in a pitch-black room for weeks

Rich Alati had a six-figure sum in his sights. As long as he could survive 30 days in the dark with no human contactThree – or was it four? – days after he shut himself in a pitch-black bathroom, Rich
What does a government shutdown mean for the US? - video

What does a government shutdown mean for the US? - video

In the second-longest shutdown in US government history, Donald Trump continues to demand more than $5bn for a border wall. Congress is in deadlock, and some 800,000 federal employees have been sent
Brexit: Japanese PM tells May 'whole world' wants her to avoid no deal - Politics live

Brexit: Japanese PM tells May 'whole world' wants her to avoid no deal - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit speech, Theresa May’s press conference, and day two of the resumed Brexit debateNo 10 reaches out
Yemen peace talks at risk after several killed in Houthi drone attack

Yemen peace talks at risk after several killed in Houthi drone attack

Explosion during military parade targets Yemeni high command and leaves up to six people deadThe UN is facing pressure to suspend peace talks in Yemen after a Houthi drone targeted the Yemeni
Driver arrested after 27 people found in lorry on M6

Driver arrested after 27 people found in lorry on M6

Driver arrested at scene on suspicion of facilitating illegal entry of people into UKA lorry driver has been arrested after 27 people were found in the back of his vehicle on the M6.Part of the
The divisiveness that permeates Detroit's communities of color

The divisiveness that permeates Detroit's communities of color

Anti-black sentiment regularly goes unchecked in cities around Detroit, but that’s changing in the era of TrumpLeah Vernon, who runs a popular Instagram account that celebrates being “fat, black and