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Two teenagers killed in collision with suspected drink-driver

Two teenagers killed in collision with suspected drink-driver

A 26-year-old man, who provided a positive breath test, has been arrested on suspicion of causing the deaths in LincolnTwo teenagers have been killed in a road crash involving a suspected
UK nationals in Berlin assured of residency in event of no Brexit deal

UK nationals in Berlin assured of residency in event of no Brexit deal

Britons promised a ‘very generous’ offer though not told what status they would getBritish nationals living in Berlin have been reassured that an urgent registration process to secure legal status
France: driver killed in accident at gilets jaunes protest

France: driver killed in accident at gilets jaunes protest

Man killed in collision between car and lorry near Perpignan is 10th person to die during protestsA driver died after a car collided with a lorry stopped at a gilets jaunes protest in France.The
Earthrise: the story behind our planet's most famous photo

Earthrise: the story behind our planet's most famous photo

When Bill Anders took this photograph from the Apollo spacecraft on Christmas Eve in 1968, our relationship with the world changed foreverThis photograph is now half a century old. It was taken by the
Teenager charged after knife found by Old Bailey security staff

Teenager charged after knife found by Old Bailey security staff

Boy, 17, from Plaistow in east London, arrested trying to get into court to watch murder trialA teenager has been charged after allegedly trying to take a knife into the public gallery of the Old
What happened next: the #MeToo campaigners, a Blind Date update and other stories

What happened next: the #MeToo campaigners, a Blind Date update and other stories

Did the arts campaigners bring change – and did any Blind Date couples make it official? Following up the year’s Weekend storiesIn January, we reported on the men and women shaking up their industries
'In jail you're a ball of emotion': Syrian swimmer on her refugee rescue

'In jail you're a ball of emotion': Syrian swimmer on her refugee rescue

Sara Mardini, the aid worker charged with people smuggling after she hauled a boat to safety, says her trial will prove she has done nothing wrongSara Mardini is in a chipper mood. Freedom, the Syrian
Call it a miracle: how strangers got two caravan families across the border

Call it a miracle: how strangers got two caravan families across the border

After a treacherous journey, two Honduran families with special needs children make it to CaliforniaWhen I left the migrant caravan in early November, it was on a dusty road leading to Veracruz and
Is Lithuania another Iceland banking crisis in the making?

Is Lithuania another Iceland banking crisis in the making?

Revolut customers are protected by the Bank of Lithuania – but it’s not certain it will pay upIt is almost exactly 10 years since the 300,000 British customers lured into Icesave by high interest
Frankie Boyle’s review of 2018: 'Let's forget Brexit and enjoy our last Christmas with running water'

Frankie Boyle’s review of 2018: 'Let's forget Brexit and enjoy our last Christmas with running water'

It’s been tough to find much to laugh about this year. But Britain’s most savage satirist is going to give it a go...Consider the plight of the satirist. I know you’ve got your own plight, and there
Northern Territory Labor needs lesson of 'humiliating' defeat, says opposition

Northern Territory Labor needs lesson of 'humiliating' defeat, says opposition

Chief minister Michael Gunner returns from leave to deal with fallout in his party after sacking three ministersThe Northern Territory government will only learn its lesson if it suffers the same
LeBron James says NFL team owners have 'slave mentality'

LeBron James says NFL team owners have 'slave mentality'

Star contrasts treatment of players in NFL and NBASays ‘bunch of old white men’ run the leagueLeBron James, who has consistently used his platform as one of the most famous men in America to discuss
Dancing FBI agent admits accidentally shooting Denver bar patron

Dancing FBI agent admits accidentally shooting Denver bar patron

Chase Bishop pleads guilty to third-degree assault for shooting Thomas Reddington after performing dance-floor back flipA former FBI agent who accidentally shot and wounded a Denver bar patron in June
Trump’s Syria withdrawal has handed a huge gift to Islamic State | Janine di Giovanni

Trump’s Syria withdrawal has handed a huge gift to Islamic State | Janine di Giovanni

The president’s announcement will destroy any trust in the US among local allies fighting terrorChristmas came early in Syria. Donald Trump’s surprise tweet heralding the withdrawal of US troops
Alexa's advice to 'kill your foster parents' fuels concern over Amazon Echo

Alexa's advice to 'kill your foster parents' fuels concern over Amazon Echo

Smart speaker’s remarks, apparently quoted from Reddit, come as Amazon tries to boost speaker’s conversational capacityAn Amazon customer got a grim message last year from Alexa, the virtual assistant
Pakistani refugee detained on Manus to fight for PNG boxing title

Pakistani refugee detained on Manus to fight for PNG boxing title

Light-heavyweigth Ezatullah Kakar says he is fighting for fellow detainees on Manus Island and other refugees on NauruA Pakistani refugee who spent more than four years in detention on Manus Island
Colombian Farc dissident, who shot dead three Ecuadoreans, killed

Colombian Farc dissident, who shot dead three Ecuadoreans, killed

Walter Arizala, aka Guacho, killed in a police and military operation near border with EcuadorColombian armed forces have killed a Marxist insurgent commander in an operation aimed at ending his
World's first no-kill eggs go on sale in Berlin

World's first no-kill eggs go on sale in Berlin

Scientists can now quickly determine a chick’s gender before it hatches, potentially ending the need to cull billions of male chicks worldwideThe world’s first ever no-kill eggs are now on sale in
Canada demands China immediately release citizens detained in ‘retaliation’ arrests

Canada demands China immediately release citizens detained in ‘retaliation’ arrests

US, UK and EU express support, after two Canadians held in seeming retaliation for arrest of Huawei executiveCanada has made its first formal demand for China to immediately release two citizens who
Man and woman arrested over drone disruption at Gatwick

Man and woman arrested over drone disruption at Gatwick

Two held on Friday night, police say, as airport bosses expect to run full schedule on SaturdayA man and a woman have been arrested in connection with the “criminal use of drones” which has caused