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EU glyphosate approval was based on plagiarised Monsanto text, report finds

EU glyphosate approval was based on plagiarised Monsanto text, report finds

Study for European parliament ‘explains why EU assessors brushed off warnings of pesticide’s dangers’, says MEPEU regulators based a decision to relicense the controversial weedkiller glyphosate on an
'Climate change for drugs': experts decry evidence-free policy as deaths mount

'Climate change for drugs': experts decry evidence-free policy as deaths mount

Those calling for pill-testing and other harm minimisation say young people are dying while the debate becomes more polarisedIn 2001 the emergency doctor David Caldicott tried and failed to save the
McDonald's loses Big Mac trademark after legal battle with Irish chain

McDonald's loses Big Mac trademark after legal battle with Irish chain

Supermac strips US food giant of trademark across Europe after landmark EU rulingPat McDonagh earned the nickname Supermac as an Irish teenager after a barnstorming performance in a Gaelic football
Congress rebukes Steve King after white supremacy remarks - live

Congress rebukes Steve King after white supremacy remarks - live

The House voted to disapprove of white supremacy in response to remarks from the Iowa Republican Sign up to the daily US morning briefing 1.30am GMT It didn’t take long for the Republican National
Mother and boyfriend accused of killing boy crushed to death in car

Mother and boyfriend accused of killing boy crushed to death in car

Court hears Alfie Lamb, three and a half, was in rear footwell when squashed by front seatA young boy cried out for his “mummy” when he was crushed by an electric car seat for being noisy, a court has
Immediate fossil fuel phaseout could arrest climate change – study

Immediate fossil fuel phaseout could arrest climate change – study

Scientists say it may still technically be possible to limit warming to 1.5C if drastic action is taken nowClimate change could be kept in check if a phaseout of all fossil fuel infrastructure were to
Nairobi terror attack: gunfire heard hours after minister declares scene secure

Nairobi terror attack: gunfire heard hours after minister declares scene secure

US citizen confirmed among at least 15 people feared killed in assault claimed by Islamist group al-Shabaab Gunfire and explosions have been heard at a Nairobi hotel and office complex, more than 16
How the Nairobi terrorist attack unfolded - video report

How the Nairobi terrorist attack unfolded - video report

Kenya’s president has said security forces have killed all four militants who stormed a hotel and office complex in Nairobi, confirming earlier reports that 14 civilians had died.Briton and American
EU seeks temporary deal over refugees and migrants rescued at sea

EU seeks temporary deal over refugees and migrants rescued at sea

Commissioner calls for end to ad-hoc solutions after latest delay in letting ships dockThe European Union is attempting to agree on a temporary deal on the handling of migrants and refugees rescued at
Chris Christie accuses Jared Kushner of political 'hit job' in explosive new book

Chris Christie accuses Jared Kushner of political 'hit job' in explosive new book

Exclusive: ex-New Jersey governor, who had prosecuted Kushner’s father, was sacked as head of Trump’s transition teamChris Christie, who was ousted as chairman of Donald Trump’s White House transition
Paris Opera Ballet drops Sergei Polunin over homophobic rant

Paris Opera Ballet drops Sergei Polunin over homophobic rant

Dancer withdrawn from Swan Lake after he posted series of sexist comments on InstagramSergei Polunin, the Royal Ballet-trained dancer who revels in a “bad boy of ballet” reputation, has been dropped
Rio artists stage show on street in protest against censorship

Rio artists stage show on street in protest against censorship

Far-right state government had shut down exhibition to stop performance about tortureArtists in Rio de Janeiro have staged a pop-up street show to protest against the closure by the new far-right
A London DJ's punishment sheds light on Singapore's caning shame | Kirsten Han

A London DJ's punishment sheds light on Singapore's caning shame | Kirsten Han

It’s a fearful time for Ye Ming Yuen. But Singapore sees foreign lobbying to end corporal punishment as a threat to sovereigntyAny day now, 29-year-old Ye Ming Yuen could be escorted out of his cell
Diabolical liberty? Anger over Spanish city's 'friendly' devil

Diabolical liberty? Anger over Spanish city's 'friendly' devil

Petition launched over Segovia sculpture on grounds it is not ‘repulsive’ enough The devil’s attempt to take up residence in the ancient Spanish city of Segovia has been temporarily thwarted by a
Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada hopes to 'encourage other women to be brave' – video

Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada hopes to 'encourage other women to be brave' – video

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, the young woman who hit global headlines after barricading herself in a Thai hotel room to flee abuse, has said she hopes to be an 'agent for change' in Saudi Arabia, a
Tuesday US briefing: Trump's rhetoric jars with reality of border life

Tuesday US briefing: Trump's rhetoric jars with reality of border life

Theresa May faces crushing Brexit deal defeat in parliament ... Republicans condemn Steve King for ‘offensive’ comments ... Trump plans to relax Obama-era rules for oil companiesGood morning, I’m Tim
'They come back with big eyes': pétanque rocked by drug allegations

'They come back with big eyes': pétanque rocked by drug allegations

Game’s image of elderly men in sleepy squares at odds with claims some Belgian players use cocaineThe sleepy world of pétanque has been rocked by claims that Belgian players are turning to stronger
'One fish at a time': Indonesia lands remarkable victory

'One fish at a time': Indonesia lands remarkable victory

Tuna fishery gains first MSC gold standard after nation’s huge push to boost stocks, protect livelihoods and ban foreign vessels Indonesia, the world’s largest tuna fishing nation, has pulled out all
Ex-Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo acquitted at ICC

Ex-Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo acquitted at ICC

Judge orders release of Gbagbo, who had been charged with crimes against humanityThe former president of Ivory Coast is to be released and charges of crimes against humanity dropped after the
Thousands across Poland pay tribute to stabbed Gdańsk mayor - video

Thousands across Poland pay tribute to stabbed Gdańsk mayor - video

Thousands of people have gathered in cities across Poland after the fatal stabbing of the Gdańsk mayor, Paweł Adamowicz. In Gdańsk they were addressed by the European council president, Donald Tusk, a