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Two sons of El Chapo indicted in US on drug conspiracy charges

Two sons of El Chapo indicted in US on drug conspiracy charges

Prosecutors allege the brothers conspired to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana into the StatesTwo sons of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman have been indicted on drug
Man charged with murder of Islamists’ brother in Brighton

Man charged with murder of Islamists’ brother in Brighton

Daniel Macleod from south London was charged after fatal attack on Abdul Deghayes, 22Police have charged a man with the murder of a brother of two British teenagers killed fighting for Islamists in
House price falls in Sydney and Melbourne not all bad, Reserve Bank head says

House price falls in Sydney and Melbourne not all bad, Reserve Bank head says

Philip Lowe says he doesn’t see a strong case to change monetary policy in near termDeclining house prices in Sydney and Melbourne should not come as a surprise and are not all bad news, the Reserve
Venezuela crisis threatens disease epidemic across continent - experts

Venezuela crisis threatens disease epidemic across continent - experts

Collapse of Venezuela’s healthcare system could fuel spread of malaria and other diseases across regionExperts have warned of an epidemic of diseases such as malaria and dengue on an unprecedented
Bear Grylls could face fine after killing and boiling a frog

Bear Grylls could face fine after killing and boiling a frog

Bulgarian officials considering action over breach of rules for protected areasEnvironment officials in Bulgaria are considering fining British adventurer Bear Grylls over an episode of his Running
World's food supply under 'severe threat' from loss of biodiversity

World's food supply under 'severe threat' from loss of biodiversity

Plants, insects and organisms crucial to food production in steep decline, says UNThe world’s capacity to produce food is being undermined by humanity’s failure to protect biodiversity, according to
'Apology rings hollow': judge rebukes Roger Stone and slaps stricter gag order

'Apology rings hollow': judge rebukes Roger Stone and slaps stricter gag order

Longtime Donald Trump ally was spared prison for posting an Instagram picture lambasting Judge Amy Berman JacksonHis swagger gone and his humiliation complete, political operative Roger Stone took the
Las Vegas gets first significant snow for years after rare winter storm – video

Las Vegas gets first significant snow for years after rare winter storm – video

A winter storm brought rare snowfall to the Las Vegas Strip this week, with some suburban foothill areas getting several inches of snow. The snow snarled flights at the airport and traffic on
Anita Cobby murderer Michael Murphy dies in jail aged 66

Anita Cobby murderer Michael Murphy dies in jail aged 66

Murphy was one of five, including his brothers Leslie and Gary, found guilty of killing Sydney nurse in 1986One of NSW’s most notorious killers, convicted of murdering Sydney nurse and beauty queen
Redcar man given life for smothering partner had killed before

Redcar man given life for smothering partner had killed before

Paul Plunkett, 62, sentenced to a minimum of 23 years after killing Barbara Davison last yearA man who has been given a life sentence for smothering his partner after a row had previously killed a
Neo-Nazi coast guard officer accused of domestic terror plot denied bail

Neo-Nazi coast guard officer accused of domestic terror plot denied bail

Government says Christopher Hasson was plotting ‘to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country’A federal judge on Thursday denied bail for lieutenant Christopher Hasson, a
R Kelly: two more women accuse singer of sexual abuse

R Kelly: two more women accuse singer of sexual abuse

Latresa Scaff and Rochelle Washington said they were teenagers when Kelly brought them back to his hotel after a concertTwo additional women have come forward to accuse musician R Kelly of sexual
Sydney Opal Tower report finds multiple design and construction faults

Sydney Opal Tower report finds multiple design and construction faults

Report says horizontal support beams were of inferior strength and not compliant with national standardsAn independent report has found multiple design and construction faults led to damage at western
Grand Canyon tourists possibly exposed to radiation at museum, whistleblower says

Grand Canyon tourists possibly exposed to radiation at museum, whistleblower says

Park safety director alleges buckets of uranium sat near exhibit for almost 20 years, but interior department says there’s no riskFor almost 20 years, workers and visiting school children at a Grand
No-deal Brexit 'could disrupt London commuter trains'

No-deal Brexit 'could disrupt London commuter trains'

Buildup of freight at Channel tunnel might affect services into capital, operator warnsRail passengers commuting into London could have services disrupted by freight trains if a no-deal Brexit causes
Michael Jackson estate suing HBO for $100m over tell-all documentary

Michael Jackson estate suing HBO for $100m over tell-all documentary

The singer’s estate is claiming the network is breaching a 1992 non-disparagement contract by airing a two-part documentary alleging sexual abuse against children Michael Jackson’s estate is suing HBO
Theresa May faces ministerial revolt over no-deal Brexit

Theresa May faces ministerial revolt over no-deal Brexit

Up to 25 government members could vote for delay rather than allow UK to crash out Theresa May is facing the most serious cabinet revolt of her premiership next week, with as many as 25 members of the
Jamaican high commissioner calls for halt to deportations from UK

Jamaican high commissioner calls for halt to deportations from UK

Top diplomat hosts emotional meeting of relatives of those deported this monthThe Jamaican high commissioner has called for a suspension of deportations to Jamaica until the Home Office has published
Maduro orders closure of Venezuelan border with Brazil

Maduro orders closure of Venezuelan border with Brazil

Move comes days before opposition leaders planned to bring in foreign aidVenezuela’s president, Nicolás Maduro, has ordered the vast border with Brazil to be closed, just days before opposition
Jussie Smollett 'took advantage of the pain and anger of racism', say Chicago police – video

Jussie Smollett 'took advantage of the pain and anger of racism', say Chicago police – video

The actor, who handed himself in on Thursday morning, claimed he had been attacked and beaten by two masked men shouting racist and homophobic slurs because he was ‘dissatisfied with his salary’ on