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French authorities investigate why Strasbourg attacker wasn't stopped

French authorities investigate why Strasbourg attacker wasn't stopped

Police look into whether Chérif Chekatt, who killed four, had accomplices, as one of the victims of the attack is buriedFrench authorities are working to clarify why the suspect in the Strasbourg
First Dutch bananas could help tackle worldwide fungal threat

First Dutch bananas could help tackle worldwide fungal threat

University grows 60 plants on coco peat and rock wool, avoiding soil-borne diseaseA Dutch university has grown the Netherlands’ first crop of bananas as part of a research programme that could help
Orient Express sold to owner of Christian Dior and Louis Vuitton

Orient Express sold to owner of Christian Dior and Louis Vuitton

LVMH acquires Venice’s Hotel Cipriani and Hotel Splendido in Portofino as part of £2.5bn deal The Orient Express has been sold to LVMH, the French luxury goods company that already owns Christian
209 female MPs by 209 female photographers – in pictures

209 female MPs by 209 female photographers – in pictures

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first election in which some women and all men could vote, 209 female photographers have taken portraits of the 209 women MPs in the UK parliament. The
Michael Cohen: Trump knew hush money was wrong – video

Michael Cohen: Trump knew hush money was wrong – video

Donald Trump knew he was doing wrong when he directed hush money to be paid to two women during the 2016 election, his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has said in a television interview with
Britons must pay €7 to visit mainland Europe after Brexit

Britons must pay €7 to visit mainland Europe after Brexit

Rule will take effect as soon as EU’s free movement laws no longer apply, document showsThe European commission has confirmed that British citizens will have to pay to visit mainland Europe as soon as
Serbia talks up armed intervention as Kosovo approves new army

Serbia talks up armed intervention as Kosovo approves new army

Parliament in Pristina backs formation of army despite criticism from NatoSerbia has talked up the possibility of an armed intervention in Kosovo after the parliament in Pristina overwhelmingly
Autistic people listen to their hearts to test anti-anxiety therapy

Autistic people listen to their hearts to test anti-anxiety therapy

Trial seeks further proof that tuning into our internal organs’ activity can reduce anxiety A pioneering therapy aimed at lowering anxiety by tuning into your own heartbeat is being put to the test
World’s first lab-grown steak revealed – but the taste needs work

World’s first lab-grown steak revealed – but the taste needs work

Nascent industry aims to reduce environmental impact of beef productionThe first steak grown from cells in the lab and not requiring the slaughter of a cow has been produced in Israel.The meat is not
Donald Trump knew hush money was wrong, says Cohen

Donald Trump knew hush money was wrong, says Cohen

US president’s former lawyer says Trump directed him to pay money to two women who alleged having sexual affairs with himFollow the latest US politics newsDonald Trump knew he was doing wrong when he
Egypt arrests two people accused of helping stage naked photoshoot on pyramid

Egypt arrests two people accused of helping stage naked photoshoot on pyramid

Officials question authenticity of photo and describe it as ‘violation of public morality’Egypt has reportedly arrested two people accused of helping a Danish photographer stage a naked photoshoot on
'A child is killed daily': saving lives in Brazil's deadliest city for adolescents

'A child is killed daily': saving lives in Brazil's deadliest city for adolescents

A growing movement is demanding action to curb the soaring murder rate among young people in FortalezaJanio Heinrich used to promote peace on the streets of Grande Bom Jardim before he was shot dead
Briton jailed in Turkey on terrorism charges flees bail back to UK

Briton jailed in Turkey on terrorism charges flees bail back to UK

Former soldier Joe Robinson convicted of joining Kurdish group fighting Isis in SyriaA former British soldier jailed in Turkey for more than seven years after joining a Kurdish group fighting Islamic
Man who lost ears in Lancashire machete attack dies in hospital

Man who lost ears in Lancashire machete attack dies in hospital

Sajed Choudry had been in a coma since he and his son were attacked in Blackburn A man who had his ears cut off in a machete attack has died in hospital, police have said.Sajed Choudry, 43, had been
Guatemalan girl aged seven dies in custody on US-Mexico border

Guatemalan girl aged seven dies in custody on US-Mexico border

Girl dies of dehydration and shock more than eight hours after her arrest in New MexicoA seven-year-old girl who crossed the US-Mexico border with her father last week has died after being taken into
EU leaders tell May to find Brexit consensus among MPs

EU leaders tell May to find Brexit consensus among MPs

Heads of EU27 appeal to British politicians to be responsible and find solution to impasseFollow the day’s political developments - live updates Theresa May has been told to return to parliament and
Isis withdraws from last urban stronghold in Syria

Isis withdraws from last urban stronghold in Syria

Syrian Democratic Forces capture Hajin in Deir ez-Zor province after heavy fightingIslamic State extremists have withdrawn from their last urban stronghold in Syria after weeks of intensifying clashes
Jean-Claude Juncker: 'Our British friends need to say what they want' - video

Jean-Claude Juncker: 'Our British friends need to say what they want' - video

The president of the European commission says Theresa May failed to bring a clear plan for future relations with the EU after Brexit. The British 'need to say what they want, instead of asking us what
Wild weather causes flooding in Melbourne and chaos in Sydney

Wild weather causes flooding in Melbourne and chaos in Sydney

Storms hit near peak hour in both capital cities, prompting traffic chaos and calls for assistanceA thunderstorm sweeping across Melbourne on Friday caused widespread flash-flooding prompting numerous
Rightwing Venezuelan exiles hope Brazil’s Bolsonaro will help US invade

Rightwing Venezuelan exiles hope Brazil’s Bolsonaro will help US invade

Some believe the rise of Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s next president, makes a US-led military intervention in Venezuela more likelyVenezuelan dissident Roderick Navarro remembers shedding tears of joy