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China expresses 'strong dissatisfaction' with Trudeau as countries spar

China expresses 'strong dissatisfaction' with Trudeau as countries spar

Prime minister should ‘respect the rule of law’, a spokeswoman said after Trudeau criticised a Canadian man’s death sentenceChina has expressed “strong dissatisfaction” with Justin Trudeau after he
El Chapo paid $100m bribe to former Mexican president Peña Nieto, witness says

El Chapo paid $100m bribe to former Mexican president Peña Nieto, witness says

Alex Cifuentes, a close associate of the cartel chief, testified that he told US authorities about the alleged bribe in 2016 A witness at the US trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has testified that
Amateur footage captures people escaping Nairobi terror attack – video

Amateur footage captures people escaping Nairobi terror attack – video

Amateur footage captured people escaping a terror attack in the Kenyan capital. At least seven people had been reported killed and one suspect detained. At least 10 more were wounded. Militant
Junior high school students caught forming swastika with their bodies

Junior high school students caught forming swastika with their bodies

California youths traded racist and violent messages in county called ‘hotbed for white supremacists’A group of California junior high students were caught forming a swastika with their bodies on
Australia weather: record-breaking heatwave enters third day as temperatures soar

Australia weather: record-breaking heatwave enters third day as temperatures soar

Extreme weather fuelled by pool of hot air circulating over Australia’s inland prompts emergency warning and a code red in South AustraliaCoping with extreme heat: share your photos Sixteen people
Donald Tusk says Brexit deal looks impossible

Donald Tusk says Brexit deal looks impossible

European council chief hints at UK staying in EU after MPs vote down Theresa May’s deal Donald Tusk has made a thinly veiled call for the UK to stay in the European Union, suggesting the prime
Ex-California utility CEO to receive $2.5m severance amid firm's bankruptcy

Ex-California utility CEO to receive $2.5m severance amid firm's bankruptcy

PG&E cited potential liabilities from two major wildfires totaling up to $30bn in its bankruptcy announcement MondayA PG&E executive who resigned one day before the California utility company
Morning mail: Brexit deal rejected, NSW water plans lagging, Kenya attack

Morning mail: Brexit deal rejected, NSW water plans lagging, Kenya attack

Wednesday: British MPs vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Plus, NSW is ‘well behind’ on developing crucial water-sharing plans for its rivers.Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the
Redbridge mayor-elect withdraws over wife's GBH conviction

Redbridge mayor-elect withdraws over wife's GBH conviction

Varinder Singh Bola does not want wife’s past to tarnish London borough’s mayoraltyThe mayor-elect of an east London council has withdrawn his nomination after it was revealed that his wife was
Great lengths: Trump's 'slenderizing' ties – in pictures

Great lengths: Trump's 'slenderizing' ties – in pictures

Trump encouraged Chris Christie to wear a long tie to appear thinner, the former governor wrote in his book, and it appears the president has been taking his own advice since the 1980sDonald Trump’s
Bristol council launches bid to save community hub

Bristol council launches bid to save community hub

Council will investigate whether it can afford to buy Hamilton HouseA last-ditch bid to prevent one of Britain’s biggest community hubs from being turned into apartments has been launched amid fears
'Hatred is becoming more visible': shocked Gdańsk mourns slain mayor

'Hatred is becoming more visible': shocked Gdańsk mourns slain mayor

Residents take part in vigils after stabbing of Paweł Adamowicz on stage at charity concertThe music has been switched off at the Red Light pub in the heart of the picturesque old town of Gdańsk. A
Netflix to raise US prices for first time since 2017

Netflix to raise US prices for first time since 2017

Subscriptions to rise by 13% to 18%Wall Street welcomes move, with stocks rising up to 6.8%Netflix is to raise its US prices for the first time since 2017, a move designed to alleviate a large,
Brazil's Bolsonaro signs decree loosening gun ownership rules

Brazil's Bolsonaro signs decree loosening gun ownership rules

President said the decree had been drafted ‘so that good citizens can have peace inside their homes’Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, has signed a decree making it easier for citizens to keep a
Tulse Hill knife suspect detained under Mental Health Act

Tulse Hill knife suspect detained under Mental Health Act

Police use Taser weapon on man, 59, during arrest at train station in LondonA man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after an incident at Tulse Hill station in south London has been detained
Saudi woman who fled family pledges to fight for women escaping persecution

Saudi woman who fled family pledges to fight for women escaping persecution

Rahaf Mohammed said she will work in support of ‘the same freedom’ she experienced after arriving in CanadaRahaf Mohammed, the Saudi teen who shot into the headlines after barricading herself into a
China unleashes tax cuts to halt slowing economy

China unleashes tax cuts to halt slowing economy

Relief for small businesses and raised public spending follow decline in productionChina has vowed to take action to support its slowing economy with a package of tax cuts for small businesses and
‘No way to live here’: new Honduran caravan sets off north as Trump blasts warnings

‘No way to live here’: new Honduran caravan sets off north as Trump blasts warnings

As hundreds of migrants embark on a march towards ‘El Norte’, Trump launched a Twitter war against the caravan Rosa López was six months pregnant with her seventh child when the killers came for her
Displaced Syrian infants dying from lack of healthcare, UN says

Displaced Syrian infants dying from lack of healthcare, UN says

Poor shelter and cold weather have also contributed to at least 15 deaths, agency says At least 15 children have died in Syria because of a lack of medical care and inadequate living conditions for
Extreme-right wing of Germany's AfD placed under surveillance

Extreme-right wing of Germany's AfD placed under surveillance

Domestic intelligence agency to begin monitoring elements of anti-immigration partyGermany’s domestic intelligence agency is to begin monitoring elements of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany