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Jamal Khashoggi audio: US requests recording evidence from Turkey

Jamal Khashoggi audio: US requests recording evidence from Turkey

Audio reportedly proves Khashoggi was tortured then killedTrump points to Saudi role as important strategic partnersDonald Trump says the US has asked Turkey for an audio recording of Jamal
EU willing to extend Brexit transition, says Irish foreign minister

EU willing to extend Brexit transition, says Irish foreign minister

Simon Coveney says more time granted to agree ‘alternative solution’ to border backstopThe EU is willing to extend a transition period after the UK leaves the bloc, Ireland’s foreign minister has
Canada becomes second country to legalise Cannabis

Canada becomes second country to legalise Cannabis

Country becomes largest with legal national marijuana marketplaceCanada legalizes marijuana: here’s everything you need to know The Canadian government is ready to pardon those with a cannabis
Paddington station suffers major disruption after overhead wires damaged

Paddington station suffers major disruption after overhead wires damaged

Problems expected throughout the day with TfL, Great Western Rail and Heathrow Express services affectedCommuters are being warned they face major disruption at one of London’s busiest railway
'If we wanted beauty, we'd travel to Paris': how Calgary resisted its iconic pedestrian bridge

'If we wanted beauty, we'd travel to Paris': how Calgary resisted its iconic pedestrian bridge

The controversial Peace Bridge is now one of the most-used walking and cycling routes in Calgary. The councillor behind it reveals the project’s stormy process“The level of hatred directed towards
Another report on a no-deal Brexit; another excuse to ignore the damage | Anand Menon and Jonathan Portes

Another report on a no-deal Brexit; another excuse to ignore the damage | Anand Menon and Jonathan Portes

A new thinktank study says the cost of leaving the EU without a deal will be minimal. But Open Europe is looking at the destination, not the journeyThe sudden flurry of activity in Brussels over the
Exclusive: UK traffickers using drugs to force people into slavery, report finds

Exclusive: UK traffickers using drugs to force people into slavery, report finds

Salvation Army says figures for British people trafficked into slave labour and sexual exploitation have doubled since last yearHuman traffickers in the UK are increasingly using drugs and alcohol as
Hong Kong train network suffers its worst ever delay – a six-hour signal failure

Hong Kong train network suffers its worst ever delay – a six-hour signal failure

Experts to investigate delays that were so unprecedented the network’s handbook has no guidance on the scenarioHong Kong is investigating its worst train delay in the public transport system’s
Roseanne exits The Conners, and she is not happy about it

Roseanne exits The Conners, and she is not happy about it

SPOILER ALERT: this story contains details of a show that has just aired in the US One of television’s best-known families returned on Tuesday without its matriarch, as the character of feisty
'Inequality is a poison': campaigning for Muslim women's rights – podcast

'Inequality is a poison': campaigning for Muslim women's rights – podcast

Shahin Ashraf’s experience growing up as a British Muslim has led to a life campaigning for gender equality around the worldShahin Ashraf’s humanitarian work has taken her from Bosnia to Afghanistan,
Trump's win shredded the election playbook. What will that mean for the midterms?

Trump's win shredded the election playbook. What will that mean for the midterms?

The question in this election is whether liberal enthusiasm or Republican satisfaction will prevailRoughly 10 days before the 2016 presidential election one of America’s largest unions sent a bus of
Long may they rain ... Prince Harry and Meghan upstaged by Dubbo downpour

Long may they rain ... Prince Harry and Meghan upstaged by Dubbo downpour

The royals were just an excuse to get together and catch up after a hard couple of years. And the rain topped the lot.Before the royals arrived in Dubbo the rain came in, hard. Schoolchildren started
Thai cave rescue boys meet hero Zlatan during Ellen interview

Thai cave rescue boys meet hero Zlatan during Ellen interview

Twelve football players and their coach appear on TV as they continue to be feted around the worldThe Thai youth football team who spent 17 dark days trapped in a cave have made their first group
Open coalmine near Africa's first nature reserve divides community

Open coalmine near Africa's first nature reserve divides community

Poverty, conservation and industry are at loggerheads in the eastern town of SomkheleDrive for an hour into the hills that lie behind South Africa’s wild eastern coast, and you will find a game park
French leftwinger Jean-Luc Mélenchon reacts angrily to police raids – video

French leftwinger Jean-Luc Mélenchon reacts angrily to police raids – video

Anti-corruption investigators have raided the home and party headquarters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, prompting a furious protest from the leader of France’s hard left Continue reading...
YouTube down: video service crashes for several hours

YouTube down: video service crashes for several hours

Google-owned streaming service confirms issues affecting its services over Tuesday nightYouTube experienced widespread broadcasting issues, affecting YouTube, YouTube TV and YouTube Music, with the
Employers finding ways to avoid lifting wages, Reserve Bank says

Employers finding ways to avoid lifting wages, Reserve Bank says

Deputy chief says wages tied to individual performance mean average growth is contained Australia’s employers are finding inventive ways to avoid lifting wages for their staff as the economy improves,
Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector

Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector

In aftermath of Haiti abuse scandal, NGOs will be able to vet prospective employees using Interpol and national policing databasesThe UK is to help launch a global register of dangerous criminals with
Prince Harry and Meghan begin tour of drought-stricken Dubbo

Prince Harry and Meghan begin tour of drought-stricken Dubbo

Schoolchildren greet the duke and duchess at the airport as royal visit continuesThe duke and duchess of Sussex have spent Wednesday touring the drought-stricken city of Dubbo – where they have been
Trump addresses Cohen, Khashoggi and Sessions in wide-ranging interview

Trump addresses Cohen, Khashoggi and Sessions in wide-ranging interview

In an interview with the Associated Press, the president also said he would pursue trade deals with Japan, Britain and the EUDonald Trump has said his former attorney Michael Cohen lied when he