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Junk food cravings linked to lack of sleep, study suggests

Junk food cravings linked to lack of sleep, study suggests

Researchers say tired people are likely to view unhealthy snacks more favourablyHaving even one night without sleep leads people to view junk food more favourably, research suggests.Scientists
Justin Trudeau says Canada is looking to pull out of Saudi arms deal

Justin Trudeau says Canada is looking to pull out of Saudi arms deal

Contracted sale of armoured vehicles is worth C$14.8bnPressure to cancel over Khashoggi killing and Yemen warCanada is looking for a way to end a multibillon-dollar deal to sell armoured vehicles to
Woman given hospital order after drowning daughter in bath

Woman given hospital order after drowning daughter in bath

Carly Ann Harris found not guilty of four-year-old’s murder by reason of insanityA woman who drowned her four-year-old daughter and burned her body in what she saw as a religious sacrifice has been
Law firm acknowledges role in sale of jet to dictator's son

Law firm acknowledges role in sale of jet to dictator's son

Clifford Chance issues statement after publication of allegations in Private Eye One of the world’s leading law firms has been forced to address allegations that it advised on a deal for the son of
Germany to make one-off payment to 1,000 evacuees from Nazis

Germany to make one-off payment to 1,000 evacuees from Nazis

Many of those on board the Kindertransport trains to UK never saw their parents againGermany will give a one-off payment to mostly Jewish survivors who were evacuated as children from Nazi Germany, a
Labor promises to prioritise equal pay for women

Labor promises to prioritise equal pay for women

Changes will enshrine equal pay in the Fair Work Act and make it easier to raise salaries in female-dominated industriesLabor will push for women to receive equal pay to men through a raft of changes
Netanyahu’s son banned from Facebook over hate speech

Netanyahu’s son banned from Facebook over hate speech

Yair Netanyahu, 27, barred for 24 hours for anti-Muslim and anti-Palestinian commentsThe son of the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has been temporarily banned from Facebook after a series
Masked vigilantes attack guards at Irish farmhouse after eviction

Masked vigilantes attack guards at Irish farmhouse after eviction

Roscommon eviction clash evokes Irish land struggle of 1800s Politicians and local residents have appealed for calm after masked vigilantes attacked security guards at an Irish farmhouse whose
Netherlands PM uses Britain's Brexit 'chaos' as cautionary tale

Netherlands PM uses Britain's Brexit 'chaos' as cautionary tale

Rutte says UK’s politicians and people ‘have forgotten what they have achieved together’The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, has written an open letter to the people of the Netherlands holding up
Ban imports of hunting trophies to the UK | Letter

Ban imports of hunting trophies to the UK | Letter

Signatories including Eduardo Gonçalves, Jeremy Corbyn, Caroline Lucas and Bill Oddie call on the government to take actionHundreds of hunting trophies have been imported into the UK in recent years,
Carol Vorderman and Liam Gallagher back campaign against trophy hunting

Carol Vorderman and Liam Gallagher back campaign against trophy hunting

Range of public figures from Jeremy Corbyn to Sue Perkins call for ban on importsA group of public figures including Jeremy Corbyn, Zac Goldsmith, Sue Perkins and Carol Vorderman have joined forces to
US election meddling: Russia running 'active and ongoing' operations – live

US election meddling: Russia running 'active and ongoing' operations – live

Report on Russian interference prepared for the Senate accuses Facebook, Google and Twitter of impeding the investigationRussian disinformation campaign used every social media platform to help Trump
Notorious Moscow prison, once home to Solzhenitsyn, to close

Notorious Moscow prison, once home to Solzhenitsyn, to close

Jail dating back to reign of Catherine the Great to shut its doors for the last timeOne of Russia’s most notorious prisons, which over the years has housed inmates including Adolf Hitler’s nephew and
Trumpy Bear: the perfect Christmas gift, no matter your politics. No, really

Trumpy Bear: the perfect Christmas gift, no matter your politics. No, really

A teddy bear that looks like Donald Trump is said to be selling well with Democrats and Republicans alike. It’s a far cry from the Teddy Roosevelt-inspired originalName: Trumpy Bear.Age: 17 months.
Five German police suspended over neo-Nazi threat to lawyer

Five German police suspended over neo-Nazi threat to lawyer

German-Turkish lawyer was sent fax telling her to leave or risk her daughter being killedGerman prosecutors are investigating a suspected neo-Nazi cell within the Frankfurt police force that is
Why did a little Guatemalan girl die after crossing the US border?

Why did a little Guatemalan girl die after crossing the US border?

The circumstances of Jakelin Caal Maquin’s death are being seized upon as evidence both for and against the Trump administration’s hardline approach to immigrationAfter a final stretch on foot along a
Theresa May pushes forward £2bn no-deal Brexit preparations

Theresa May pushes forward £2bn no-deal Brexit preparations

PM wants cabinet to focus on contingency plan as ministers explore alternatives to her dealPlanning for a no-deal Brexit is expected to be ramped up this week with up to £2bn to be allocated to
'This cuts across society': how singeli music went from Tanzania to the world

'This cuts across society': how singeli music went from Tanzania to the world

With up to 300 beats per minute, singeli could be the world’s most frenetic music. In Dar es Salaam, its creators explain how it helps to create a better lifeOn a neon-lit jetty overlooking the River
Croatia violating EU law by sending asylum seekers back to Bosnia

Croatia violating EU law by sending asylum seekers back to Bosnia

Hidden cameras capture apparent expulsions by Croatian border police in forest Croatian police are returning groups of asylum seekers across the EU’s external border with Bosnia, a video obtained by
Hidden cameras film Croatian police carrying out collective expulsions of asylum seekers - video

Hidden cameras film Croatian police carrying out collective expulsions of asylum seekers - video

Watchdog organisation Border Violence Monitoring has published videos of Croatian police conducting apparent 'pushback' operations against asylum seekers in woods on the border with Bosnia Continue