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High school student killed in protests as price of bread doubles in Sudan

High school student killed in protests as price of bread doubles in Sudan

At least five others injured as demonstrations spread across the country against price hikes caused by government austerity measuresProtests over rising bread prices broke out across Sudan on Sunday,
Inquest hears woman died of diet pill overdose in 'overwhelmed' A&E

Inquest hears woman died of diet pill overdose in 'overwhelmed' A&E

Bethany Shipsey, 21, died at Worcestershire Royal hospital in February last year as staff struggled to deliver care in crowded wardA woman who had taken an overdose of diet pills died after being
Juncker calls on EU countries to make up Brexit hole in its budget

Juncker calls on EU countries to make up Brexit hole in its budget

EU commission president dismisses idea UK has changed its mind on leaving as he urges members to plug €13bn-a-year gapJean-Claude Juncker has dismissed the idea that the UK has changed its mind on
German workers strike for right to two-year, 28-hour working week

German workers strike for right to two-year, 28-hour working week

More than 15,000 workers down tools at 80 companies as part of metalwork union’s campaign to improve work-life balanceWorkers have downed tools at more than 80 companies across Germany as the
Victoria's 'gang crisis' and how the election creates a double standard on crime

Victoria's 'gang crisis' and how the election creates a double standard on crime

More than 100 young people rioted and threw bottles at police cars in the town of Torquay. But where was the outrage?To see the political narrative at play in Victoria’s alleged African gang crisis,
Boy, 17, admits carrying out London acid attacks in bid to steal mopeds

Boy, 17, admits carrying out London acid attacks in bid to steal mopeds

Teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, targeted six riders in less than 90 minutes on 13 July last yearA 17-year-old boy has admitted carrying out a spate of acid attacks against moped
Le gold rush: why a tiny French village is a magnet for treasure hunters

Le gold rush: why a tiny French village is a magnet for treasure hunters

Conspiracy theorists have been seeking their fortune in Rennes-le-Château since the 1950s. Last week, vandals dug another hole under the church to look for lost loot. But is there any truth to the
Hell freezes over: how the Church of Satan got cool

Hell freezes over: how the Church of Satan got cool

Thanks to a canny social media presence – which has included messages to Chelsea Clinton – and progressive politics, satanism is an unlikely spiritual antidote to the Trump eraDisappointingly, Chelsea
Jared Kushner's company under renewed scrutiny over Chinese and Israeli deals

Jared Kushner's company under renewed scrutiny over Chinese and Israeli deals

Family’s real estate company received a subpoena from the SEC, and separately questions have been raised about his business dealings in IsraelJared Kushner’s business dealings are under renewed
Pro-Kurdish footballer Deniz Naki shot at on German motorway

Pro-Kurdish footballer Deniz Naki shot at on German motorway

German-Turkish player, sentenced last year by Turkish court for terrorist propaganda, unharmed after his car came under fire German prosecutors have opened an attempted murder investigation after a
Fire breaks out at Trump Tower – video

Fire breaks out at Trump Tower – video

Firefighters are attending a minor fire, which has broken out at Trump Tower in New York. Donald Trump was at the White House during the incident New York firefighters respond to blaze at Trump Tower
Reporter who exposed India data breach named in criminal complaint

Reporter who exposed India data breach named in criminal complaint

Government files complaint after report by Rachna Khaira claimed personal records of 1.2 billion people were on sale for £6A journalist who broke the story that personal records of 1.2 billion Indians
Did you hear the story about the 10 obese hedgehogs? It’s a prickly subject | Jules Howard

Did you hear the story about the 10 obese hedgehogs? It’s a prickly subject | Jules Howard

With stats showing that many dogs and cats are overweight, news of these porky hedgehogs shows how sadly humans are killing with kindnessReader, I have just returned from a voyage down an alt-right
France Gall obituary

France Gall obituary

French pop singer who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1965France Gall was 17 years old when she won the 1965 Eurovision Song Contest with Poupée de Cire, Poupée de Son, a composition by Serge
Bulgarian businessman killed in broad daylight in Sofia

Bulgarian businessman killed in broad daylight in Sofia

Killing of Peter Hristov comes amid scrutiny from Brussels, which has criticised Bulgaria for doing too little to fight corruptionAn influential businessman has been shot dead outside his office in
Trump Tower fire: three people injured in New York City blaze

Trump Tower fire: three people injured in New York City blaze

Fire department says blaze ‘was on top of the building’Donald Trump was not in the building at the time of the fireTwo civilians and one firefighter were injured in a fire at Trump Tower in New York
Belgian government at risk of collapse over Sudan migrants scandal

Belgian government at risk of collapse over Sudan migrants scandal

PM Charles Michel dismisses ‘blackmail’ as Flemish party warns it could pull support for the coalition if its minister is forced outBelgium’s coalition government is at risk of collapse over a scandal
Acclaimed book The New Jim Crow banned in some New Jersey prisons

Acclaimed book The New Jim Crow banned in some New Jersey prisons

ACLU writes to state after influential 2010 work banned at two jails Author: ‘Officials must fear’ inmates reading about ‘bias and corruption’An acclaimed book about discrimination against African
Ex-football coach Barry Bennell admits seven child sexual offences

Ex-football coach Barry Bennell admits seven child sexual offences

Former Crewe Alexandra coach pleads guilty to indecent assaults before prosecution begins its caseBarry Bennell, the former football coach who is standing trial charged with multiple sex-abuse charges
Abducted at nine to be a girl soldier for Kony: 'Now people call me a killer' | Samuel Okiror

Abducted at nine to be a girl soldier for Kony: 'Now people call me a killer' | Samuel Okiror

A former Lord’s Resistance Army fighter feels marginalised and abandoned, failed by the Ugandan government after broken promises of help and supportWhen Agnes Acayo escaped from the rebel group who