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Google 'betrays patient trust' with DeepMind Health move

Google 'betrays patient trust' with DeepMind Health move

Moving healthcare subsidiary into main company breaks pledge that ‘data will not be connected to Google accounts’Google has been accused of breaking promises to patients, after the company announced
Man who 'pushed' pedestrian into road hands himself in

Man who 'pushed' pedestrian into road hands himself in

Suspect contacts police and agrees to voluntary interview after incident in City of LondonA man has handed himself in to police after an appeal was launched to find a pedestrian who appeared to push a
‘My father's murderers are still free’: taking on Mexico's violent underworld – podcast

‘My father's murderers are still free’: taking on Mexico's violent underworld – podcast

Investigative journalist Anabel Hernández has risked her life to expose corruption at the heart of her country’s violent ‘drug wars’. She tells Lucy Lamble why staying silent is not an optionAnabel
Israeli defence chief Avigdor Lieberman quits over Gaza truce

Israeli defence chief Avigdor Lieberman quits over Gaza truce

Lieberman says Egyptian-mediated ceasefire with Hamas is ‘a capitulation to terror’Israel’s hawkish defence minister, Avigdor Lieberman, has announced he is resigning from the rightwing coalition
How Trump's presidency has divided Jewish America

How Trump's presidency has divided Jewish America

After the Pittsburgh shooting the divide in America’s Jewish community is in ever sharper focus. At the heart of that divide is President TrumpPicture the scene: Michael Peinovich, an American
The new green superpower? Oil giant Kazakhstan tries to wean itself off the black stuff – video

The new green superpower? Oil giant Kazakhstan tries to wean itself off the black stuff – video

Kazakhstan is rich with oil, gas and coal but Nursultan Nazarbayev, its president for life, has committed the country to a dramatic shift from fossil fuels to green energy. Is this huge nation, which
Canada registers sixfold increase in US citizens seeking asylum in 2017

Canada registers sixfold increase in US citizens seeking asylum in 2017

Americans were the third largest group seeking asylum, spurred by fears they would be deported by the Trump administrationTiroude and Gislyne are Haitians by birth and migrants by necessity.The
Melissa Price denies being 'L-plate minister' but is unable to say when emissions will fall

Melissa Price denies being 'L-plate minister' but is unable to say when emissions will fall

Environment minister says she is ‘deeply wounded’ by Concetta Fierravanti-Wells’s remarks during tense ABC interviewAustralia’s environment minister, Melissa Price, says she cannot pinpoint the time
Army colonel cleared of fraud over children's private school fees

Army colonel cleared of fraud over children's private school fees

Court martial in Wiltshire finds Col Roddy Lee, 52, not guilty of falsely claiming allowancesAn army colonel who has claimed tens of thousands of pounds in allowances to send his children to public
Boy gets six points on future driving licence for scooter speeding

Boy gets six points on future driving licence for scooter speeding

Boy, 15, caught by police who clocked him at ‘high speed’ on electric scooter in north-east EnglandIt is perhaps not unusual for overexcited new drivers to clock up a few points on their licence in
German economy shrinks for first time since 2015

German economy shrinks for first time since 2015

Europe’s largest economy hit by weaker trade position and lower consumer spending The German economy went into reverse in the third quarter, shrinking for the first time since 2015 as a weaker trade
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny flies out of Russia after ban lifted

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny flies out of Russia after ban lifted

Opposition figure allowed to leave to attend European court of human rights caseKremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been allowed to fly out of Russia to attend the finale of a case he filed at Europe’s
Scott Morrison tells Joko Widodo Australia will decide on embassy move by Christmas

Scott Morrison tells Joko Widodo Australia will decide on embassy move by Christmas

Labor says prime minister has created an ‘utter debacle’ over possible relocation of embassy in IsraelScott Morrison has told the Indonesian president that Australia will make a decision on relocating
Aerial footage shows California fire continues to burn – video

Aerial footage shows California fire continues to burn – video

The death toll from California's deadliest wildfire has risen to 50, with hundreds of people still missing and thousands displaced. Aerial footage shows flames continuing to spread across the mountain
Abuse of animals rife on farms across Europe, auditors warn

Abuse of animals rife on farms across Europe, auditors warn

Europe-wide investigation says intensive farming systems increase the risks of poor animal welfareFarm animal abuses are widespread in the European Union, with pig tail docking, long-distance
Prince Charles at 70: is this multimillionaire really a role model for frugality?

Prince Charles at 70: is this multimillionaire really a role model for frugality?

The heir to the throne insists on patching up his clothes, some of which are nearly 50 years old. Is he a poster-boy for the eco-lobby, or just a bit weird?Name: The Frugal Prince.Age: Roll on drums,
Rights groups condemn 'brutal and humiliating' tests on gay men in Tunisia

Rights groups condemn 'brutal and humiliating' tests on gay men in Tunisia

Men suspected of sodomy are being subjected to anal examinations and confiscation of phones by police, with more than 70 gay men jailed last yearMore than 70 gay men were jailed by Tunisian
Critics line up after May wins cabinet support – as it happened

Critics line up after May wins cabinet support – as it happened

PM announces she has secured backing for plan after ‘long, detailed and impassioned debate’Brexit deal: May secures cabinet backing for Brexit dealTheresa May’s Brexit deal: everything you need to
Wednesday briefing: The backstop's here, May tells cabinet

Wednesday briefing: The backstop's here, May tells cabinet

PM presses ministers to endorse her Brexit deal … CIA sought ‘truth serum’ for 9/11 interrogations … and Zoe Williams finds the answer to life’s chaosHello, it’s Warren Murray in from a recce with
Bangladesh army arrives in Rohingya refugee camps as repatriations loom

Bangladesh army arrives in Rohingya refugee camps as repatriations loom

Presence of army, police and paramilitary is latest sign that repatriations to Myanmar may not be voluntaryPlans to send Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar on Thursday have gathered momentum, with