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Brazil's far-right frontrunner Bolsonaro vows to rule with 'authority not authoritarianism'

Brazil's far-right frontrunner Bolsonaro vows to rule with 'authority not authoritarianism'

After his first-round victory, Jair Bolsonaro tries to allay fears that Brazil could lurch back towards dictatorship under his commandBrazil needs to be ruled “with authority but without
Jeremy Hunt warns Saudis over Khashoggi disappearance

Jeremy Hunt warns Saudis over Khashoggi disappearance

Foreign secretary meets Saudi official and says friendships depend on shared valuesThe foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has warned Saudi Arabia that its friendship with the UK depends on shared values,
Fernando Albán: UN to investigate death in custody of Venezuelan politician

Fernando Albán: UN to investigate death in custody of Venezuelan politician

Officials say Caracas councillor leapt from 10th floor of buildingOpposition leader: ‘There’s no doubt this was an assassination’The United Nations has said it will investigate the death in custody of
Calvin Klein fragrance could be used to lure killer tiger

Calvin Klein fragrance could be used to lure killer tiger

Officials in India say Obsession cologne may help trap animal that has killed nine peopleWildlife authorities in India trying to catch a tiger thought to have killed at least nine people say they are
The latest major Trump resignations and firings

The latest major Trump resignations and firings

A live list of biggest resignations, firings and other departures from Donald Trump’s administration and the White House Continue reading...
Virgin Galactic space shot is go 'within weeks, not months'

Virgin Galactic space shot is go 'within weeks, not months'

Richard Branson commits to SpaceShipTwo VSS Unity flight beyond Earth’s atmosphereVirgin Galactic will take its first trip into space within weeks according to Richard Branson, the firm’s billionaire
Hillary Clinton criticises Tory MEPs over failure to censure Hungary

Hillary Clinton criticises Tory MEPs over failure to censure Hungary

Former presidential nominee says Conservative party has come long way from ChurchillHillary Clinton has delivered a stinging attack on the Conservative party for the failure of Tory MEPs to censure
Kanye West v Taylor Swift: from the VMAs to the White House, who is winning now?

Kanye West v Taylor Swift: from the VMAs to the White House, who is winning now?

The stars are at odds yet again as the White House announces West will meet with Trump and Jared Kushner after Swift endorses two Democratic candidatesWith every twist in the news cycle, it becomes
Nikki Haley resigns as US ambassador to UN, shocking fellow diplomats

Nikki Haley resigns as US ambassador to UN, shocking fellow diplomats

Trump said he had been informed ‘probably six months ago’Ivanka, touted as successor, rules out taking roleNikki Haley has resigned as the US ambassador to the United Nations and will leave her post
Berlin startup offers €1m to save ancient Hambach forest from coal mining

Berlin startup offers €1m to save ancient Hambach forest from coal mining

Ecosia offers to buy remaining forest from energy firm RWE, which plans to fell most of the treesA non-profit Berlin tech startup has offered to buy the remaining 200 hectares of an ancient German
India has #MeToo moment as claims of sexual misconduct reach government

India has #MeToo moment as claims of sexual misconduct reach government

Entertainment and media industries rocked by accusations against prominent men, including a minister India’s media and entertainment industries have been rocked by accusations of sexual misconduct
One in four Save the Children staff 'suffer discrimination or harassment'

One in four Save the Children staff 'suffer discrimination or harassment'

Employees reported being ignored, humiliated or ridiculed, in a review commissioned by the charity in the wake of sexual harassment scandalsTwenty eight percent of Save the Children UK employees say
Putin allegedly gave Skripal poisoning suspect hero's award

Putin allegedly gave Skripal poisoning suspect hero's award

Bellingcat claims photo exists of president giving Alexander Mishkin ‘hero of Russia’ award Vladimir Putin personally bestowed a “hero of Russia” award on Alexander Mishkin, one of two military
Trump hasn't improved on Nafta – but at least he hasn't blown up trade | Jeffrey Frankel

Trump hasn't improved on Nafta – but at least he hasn't blown up trade | Jeffrey Frankel

All the deal really needed was a new name – and USMCA literally puts ‘America First’Donald Trump acts as if he has pulled off a smashing victory by replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement
Dutch appeals court upholds landmark climate change ruling

Dutch appeals court upholds landmark climate change ruling

Netherlands ordered to increase emissions cuts in historic ruling that puts ‘all world governments on notice’A court in The Hague has upheld a historic legal order on the Dutch government to
'Devoid of personality': BBC verdict on early Bowie audition unearthed

'Devoid of personality': BBC verdict on early Bowie audition unearthed

A new documentary reveals the scathing dismissal of the BBC Talent Selection Group on one of Bowie’s first groups, the Lower ThirdThe makers of a new BBC documentary about David Bowie’s early years as
Hurricane Michael: 'truly historic' category 4 storm on track to hit Florida

Hurricane Michael: 'truly historic' category 4 storm on track to hit Florida

Storm set to make landfall mid-Wednesday as region’s strongestMore than 500,00 ordered or advised to evacuateHurricane Michael – live updatesHurricane Michael has whipped up into a category 4 monster
Protesters shine torches on Sydney Opera House to disrupt advert – video

Protesters shine torches on Sydney Opera House to disrupt advert – video

Hundreds of protesters shine torches on Sydney Opera House in opposition to controversial advertising for a horse race. The promotional light show has divided opinion in the Australian city.The
Hillary Clinton on Tories: a long way from party of Churchill and Thatcher – video

Hillary Clinton on Tories: a long way from party of Churchill and Thatcher – video

Hillary Clinton has condemned 'conservatives in Brussels' who voted to shield the Hungarian PM, Viktor Orbán, 'including British MPs'. 'They've come a long way from the party of Churchill and
'Not for sale': Sydney Opera House racing ad sparks protests

'Not for sale': Sydney Opera House racing ad sparks protests

Plan to promote $13m Everest horse race on sails of the iconic venue has faced backlashHundreds of demonstrators have shone torches on to the Sydney Opera House to protest against controversial