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Ottawa bus crash: three dead as double decker hits transit shelter

Ottawa bus crash: three dead as double decker hits transit shelter

Officials say one those killed was on the platform; a further 23 were injured in the rush-hour collisionThree people were killed and nearly two dozen others were injured when a double-decker bus
Monster snowstorm to blanket more than half of United States

Monster snowstorm to blanket more than half of United States

Winter storm ‘expected to create havoc’ as it moves from western US across the middle of the countryA massive winter storm hit the US Rockies and plains on Friday then punched east, with snow set to
FBI reportedly opened inquiry into whether Trump was working for Russia

FBI reportedly opened inquiry into whether Trump was working for Russia

Firing of Comey prompted investigation, New York Times says Trump responds angrily but does not question reportingIn May 2017, the FBI opened an inquiry into whether Donald Trump was working on behalf
On a wing and a player: hopes webcam can save endangered albatross

On a wing and a player: hopes webcam can save endangered albatross

Footage of tiny colony of birds on the southern tip of New Zealand captivates millions around the globeMillions of amateur naturalists around the world have been tuning in to the secret lives of
Tulsi Gabbard: Democrat says she will run for president in 2020

Tulsi Gabbard: Democrat says she will run for president in 2020

The Iraq war veteran and US representative for Hawaii made announcement in a CNN interview scheduled to air SaturdayTulsi Gabbard, the Democratic US representative from Hawaii, said she will run for
Facebook staff discussed cashing in on user data, reports say

Facebook staff discussed cashing in on user data, reports say

Proposals to charge firms for data said to have been revealed by badly redacted court papersFacebook staff discussed charging companies for access to user data, before ultimately deciding against such
Teen crashes car after driving blindfolded for Bird Box challenge

Teen crashes car after driving blindfolded for Bird Box challenge

A 17-year-old in Utah was involved in a highway collision involving another car after reportedly taking part in the social media challenge based on the Netflix horror hitA 17-year-old has caused a
Venezuela: opposition leader declares himself ready to assume presidency

Venezuela: opposition leader declares himself ready to assume presidency

Juan Guaidó said he has constitutional right to assume leadership because Maduro is an illegitimate ‘usurper’The head of Venezuela’s opposition-run parliament has thrown down the gauntlet to his
Tiny Nannup hits the big time with world's largest wooden pendulum clock

Tiny Nannup hits the big time with world's largest wooden pendulum clock

Western Australian timber town joins Australia’s list of big things thanks to the tenacity of Kevin Bird and his 6m clockIt rains a lot in Nannup. The small timber town in south-western Western
Macedonia's parliament votes to accept new name

Macedonia's parliament votes to accept new name

Country will become Republic of North Macedonia when Greece ratifies agreementMacedonia’s parliament passed an amendment to the constitution on Friday to rename the country Republic of North Macedonia
Air pollution 'as bad as smoking in increasing risk of miscarriage'

Air pollution 'as bad as smoking in increasing risk of miscarriage'

Scientists called study’s findings upsetting and said toxic air must be cut Air pollution is as bad for pregnant women as smoking in raising the risk of miscarriage, according to a scientific study.
Parts of Europe blanketed by heavy snowfall – video

Parts of Europe blanketed by heavy snowfall – video

Heavy snowfall has caused chaos in Germany and Austria, as both countries remain on high alert. Several people have died in weather-related incidents. Troops have been deployed to help residents and
'People's vote': backers bide their time to force Labour's hand

'People's vote': backers bide their time to force Labour's hand

Campaigners believe best moment to win over Corbyn will come after Commons voteBacking for a second Brexit referendum in parliament is unlikely to be tested until after next week’s meaningful vote, as
Andy Murray: from gangly kid to genuine sporting grownup

Andy Murray: from gangly kid to genuine sporting grownup

Widely loved and politically progressive, the Scot will retire as arguably the greatest individual British sports person of the modern ageStop all the green and yellow Timex clocks. Put away that
Netflix sued over Bandersnatch's similarities to Choose Your Own Adventure

Netflix sued over Bandersnatch's similarities to Choose Your Own Adventure

Publishers of book series claim Netflix is using an association with the brand to increase awareness of the Black Mirror episode Netflix is being sued over its recent interactive episode of Black
Brexit would be similar to 'national suicide', says leading Tory pro-European Dominic Grieve - Politics live

Brexit would be similar to 'national suicide', says leading Tory pro-European Dominic Grieve - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including day three of the Brexit debateCould second referendum happen without Corbyn coming out in favour?No-deal Brexit would be
Man denies turning home into restaurant despite sign above door

Man denies turning home into restaurant despite sign above door

Photo of house also appears on TripAdvisor, while flyer said: ‘Book a table for sushi’A man has denied running a Japanese restaurant from his home, despite neighbours’ complaints and a large
The far side of the moon gets its first earthly visitor – video

The far side of the moon gets its first earthly visitor – video

China's space agency has released a video of its Chang'e 4 spacecraft landing on the side of the moon permanently hidden from Earth's view. On Friday, the National Space Administration released images
Nicaragua closer to new civil war than ever before, judge warns

Nicaragua closer to new civil war than ever before, judge warns

Supreme court judge Rafael Solís accused Daniel Ortega of transforming country into a ‘state of terror’ in a resignation letterNicaragua is closer to “total economic chaos” and a new civil war than
Will the radical right consolidate power in the heart of the EU this year? | Cas Mudde

Will the radical right consolidate power in the heart of the EU this year? | Cas Mudde

May’s European elections offer a chance for the resurgent far right to collaborate, consolidate – and bend the EU to its willEvery five years, millions of Europeans across the continent go to the