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UK deportation flight greeted with suspicion in Jamaica

UK deportation flight greeted with suspicion in Jamaica

Stigma is less than before, say Jamaicans, but media coverage of arrival puts some on edge Outside Harman Barracks, a colonial-era base for the Jamaica Constabulary Force in Kingston, Lamar was
Pill inspired by leopard tortoise could replace diabetic injections

Pill inspired by leopard tortoise could replace diabetic injections

Capsule shape based on domed shell ensures insulin needle within aims at stomach wallScientists have developed a “needle pill” that could allow diabetics to take insulin without the need for daily
Jaguar Land Rover posts biggest quarterly loss of £3.4bn

Jaguar Land Rover posts biggest quarterly loss of £3.4bn

Carmaker takes £3.1bn write-down on value of investments as demand falls in ChinaJaguar Land Rover announced its biggest quarterly loss on Thursday after it was forced to take a £3.1bn write-down on
Saudi crown prince wanted to go after Jamal Khashoggi 'with a bullet' – report

Saudi crown prince wanted to go after Jamal Khashoggi 'with a bullet' – report

US media quotes intelligence sources who intercepted a conversation between Mohammed bin Salman and an aide in 2017Saudi Arabia’s crown prince told a senior aide he would go after Jamal Khashoggi
From Blacula to Get Out: the documentary examining black horror

From Blacula to Get Out: the documentary examining black horror

The film-makers behind Horror Noire discuss the progress of black characters from being portrayed as something to fear to leading genre hitsGet Out starts with a familiar trope – the audience sees
Isis leader believed to have fled coup attempt by his own fighters

Isis leader believed to have fled coup attempt by his own fighters

Exclusive: jihadist group placed bounty on head of foreign fighter after plot, say intelligence officialsThe Isis leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, survived a coup attempt last month launched by foreign
Woody Allen launches $68m legal action against Amazon

Woody Allen launches $68m legal action against Amazon

Director sues studio after his latest film, A Rainy Day in New York, is shelved following renewal of abuse allegation, which he deniesWoody Allen has launched a $68m legal action against Amazon,
Instagram bans 'graphic' self-harm images after Molly Russell's death

Instagram bans 'graphic' self-harm images after Molly Russell's death

Social media site announces action following criticism from British teenager’s fatherInstagram has announced that it will ban all graphic self-harm images as part of a series of changes made in
Ikea to sell refurbished furniture to boost culture of recycling

Ikea to sell refurbished furniture to boost culture of recycling

Swedish retailer expands old furniture exchange scheme as part of circular business modelIkea is trialling the sale of used, patched-up furniture in the UK as part of its efforts to become more
Nelson Mandela's personal artefacts go on show in London

Nelson Mandela's personal artefacts go on show in London

Former South African president’s letters to family and Robben Island sleeping mat form part of exhibitionOn 1 June 1970, Nelson Mandela wrote a letter to his young daughters Zeni and Zindzi from his
Australia can meet its Paris targets – if government doesn't hinder progress

Australia can meet its Paris targets – if government doesn't hinder progress

ANU research suggests net cost of achieving Paris targets is zero because renewables are now cheaper than fossil fuelsNew research finds Australia is installing renewable energy faster than any other
Virginia’s crisis goes from bad to worse as scandals engulf top three Democrats

Virginia’s crisis goes from bad to worse as scandals engulf top three Democrats

Meanwhile, Donald Trump suggested the crisis could improve his Republican party’s chances in the state in the 2020 electionVirginia’s political crisis continued to deepen on Thursday over the race and
Republican tries to remove Parkland parents during gun reform hearing – video

Republican tries to remove Parkland parents during gun reform hearing – video

The Republican Matt Gaetz pushed Trump's goal of building a wall across the southern border of the US during a Congress hearing on gun reform. Arguing against the proposed HR8 bill, which would
Tributes to 'incredible mountaineer' who died during Ben Hope climb

Tributes to 'incredible mountaineer' who died during Ben Hope climb

Andy Nisbet named as one of two men killed on most northerly munro in ScotlandAndy Nisbet, one of Scotland’s most revered mountaineers, has been named as one of the two men who died during a climb on
West stirring up unrest in Zimbabwe to force regime change, says Zanu-PF

West stirring up unrest in Zimbabwe to force regime change, says Zanu-PF

Party briefing blames ‘rogue NGOs’ and ‘hostile intelligence services’ for violenceZimbabwe’s ruling party believes western powers are behind a “revolution” to bring about regime change in the
Seven marathons in seven days: British runner sets time record

Seven marathons in seven days: British runner sets time record

Susannah Gill beats women’s record for World Marathon ChallengeWhat started out as a “crazy ambition” yesterday ended in a world record as the British runner Susannah Gill successfully completed seven
Virginia crisis: senate leader edited yearbook with racist photos – as it happened

Virginia crisis: senate leader edited yearbook with racist photos – as it happened

Tommy Norment, a top Virginia Republican, oversaw 1968 yearbook with blackface photos and derogatory language Amazon CEO publishes blogpost attacking National EnquirerSign up for the US morning
Bestival death: actor tells court daughter's boyfriend left her to die

Bestival death: actor tells court daughter's boyfriend left her to die

John Michie tells jury he cannot understand why Ceon Broughton did not find helpAn actor has accused his daughter’s boyfriend of leaving her to die and then filming her lifeless body after they took
UN tells UK: stop using terror charges against peaceful protesters

UN tells UK: stop using terror charges against peaceful protesters

15 anti-deportation activists were convicted of terror offences but spared jail UN human rights experts have demanded that the UK cease the use of security and terrorism-related charges against
No-deal Brexit: UK exporters risk being locked out of world's harbours

No-deal Brexit: UK exporters risk being locked out of world's harbours

Goods dispatched in coming days may not arrive until after 29 March deadline British exporters sending goods to far-flung destinations in the coming days risk being locked out of harbours around the