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I defied mother to get vaccinated for safety of me and others, US teen says

I defied mother to get vaccinated for safety of me and others, US teen says

Ethan Lindenberger tells Congress anti-vaxxers such as his mother obtain information ‘anecdotally’ from web not doctors The Ohio teenager who defied his mother’s wishes and got himself vaccinated for
Aerial search finds no trace of missing climber Tom Ballard

Aerial search finds no trace of missing climber Tom Ballard

The Briton and his climbing partner Daniele Nardi were climbing Nanga ParbatThe search for a British climber who went missing more than a week ago on the world’s ninth-highest mountain will resume on
Hillsborough officer criticism 'not based on hindsight', court told

Hillsborough officer criticism 'not based on hindsight', court told

Former commander said he believes David Duckenfield should not have been in charge Severe criticisms made against David Duckenfield’s policing of the 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough are not
The key to resolving the crisis in Yemen | Letter

The key to resolving the crisis in Yemen | Letter

Jeremy Hunt must use all tools available to press sides into a resolution, says Keith VazJeremy Hunt made an unannounced but an entirely welcome visit to Aden last Sunday (Yemen ceasefire at risk with
Hopes rise for Aids cure after bone-marrow transplant rids man of HIV

Hopes rise for Aids cure after bone-marrow transplant rids man of HIV

Success in London 12 years after similar treatment of Berlin patient hailed as key momentA cure for Aids is a step closer, scientists believe, after a bone marrow transplant that has left a London
EU faces nationalist ‘nightmare’ in next five years, says Verhofstadt

EU faces nationalist ‘nightmare’ in next five years, says Verhofstadt

Leader of liberal MEPs says elections in May are ‘last chance’ to fight populism The European Union risks a populist-nationalist “nightmare” by the middle of the next decade unless centrists can win
Rumours grow of rift between Saudi king and crown prince

Rumours grow of rift between Saudi king and crown prince

King Salman said to have been angered by recent moves by Prince Mohammed against him There are growing signs of a potentially destabilising rift between the king of Saudi Arabia and his heir, the
Israel's first moon mission spacecraft sends back selfie

Israel's first moon mission spacecraft sends back selfie

Image shows part of Beresheet spacecraft with Earth in backgroundAn Israeli spacecraft on its maiden mission to the moon has sent its first selfie back to Earth, mission chiefs said on Tuesday.The
Fashion bids farewell to Karl Lagerfeld at his final Chanel show

Fashion bids farewell to Karl Lagerfeld at his final Chanel show

Grand Palais in Paris transformed into a winter wonderland for late designer’s last catwalk collectionAt Paris fashion week, there was only one show in town. Karl Lagerfeld’s final collection,
Michael Jackson songs pulled from radio stations in New Zealand and Canada

Michael Jackson songs pulled from radio stations in New Zealand and Canada

Backlash comes after documentary Leaving Neverland details abuse allegations of two men against the singerDozens of radio stations around the world have removed Michael Jackson’s music from their
Peter Dutton breached gift rules over caravan refurbishment, Labor says

Peter Dutton breached gift rules over caravan refurbishment, Labor says

Minister declared mobile office’s remodelling but there is no record of required repayment of gift’s valueLabor has accused Peter Dutton of breaching ministerial rules by failing to pay taxpayers for
Explosive devices found at Waterloo station, Heathrow and City airports

Explosive devices found at Waterloo station, Heathrow and City airports

Irish police assist Met inquiry after Republic of Ireland stamps found on packages Three improvised explosive devices have been found at separate transport hubs in London in what Scotland Yard
Brazilians demand answers for Marielle Franco's murder at Rio carnival

Brazilians demand answers for Marielle Franco's murder at Rio carnival

Revellers used annual carnival to ‘protest’ and pay tribute to the councilwoman nearly a year after the still-unsolved murderNearly a year after the still-unsolved murder of Rio de Janeiro
22 of world's 30 most polluted cities are in India, Greenpeace says

22 of world's 30 most polluted cities are in India, Greenpeace says

Analysis of air pollution data finds that 64% of cities globally exceed WHO guidelinesTwenty-two of the world’s 30 worst cities for air pollution are in India, according to a new report, with Delhi
Donald Tusk claims anti-European forces meddled in Brexit vote

Donald Tusk claims anti-European forces meddled in Brexit vote

European council president echoes Emmanuel Macron’s warning of malign influencesDonald Tusk has claimed external powers meddled in the Brexit vote as he called for EU member states to do more to
'Buildings that defy categorisation' – Arata Isozaki wins 2019 Pritzker architecture prize

'Buildings that defy categorisation' – Arata Isozaki wins 2019 Pritzker architecture prize

The 87-year-old, known for his visionary ideas including an inflatable concert hall, wins architecture’s Nobel prize equivalent He’s designed an inflatable concert hall, an underground sports arena
Michael Bloomberg rules himself out of 2020 presidential bid – as it happened

Michael Bloomberg rules himself out of 2020 presidential bid – as it happened

Billionaire former New York mayor says he will not run for president in 2020 – follow all the latestSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 1.08am GMT Wrapping up for the evening. Here’s
The last great tree: a majestic relic of Canada's vanishing rainforest

The last great tree: a majestic relic of Canada's vanishing rainforest

Spared by the loggers’ chainsaws a Douglas fir perhaps 1,000 years old stands in splendid isolation on Vancouver IslandOn a cool morning in the winter of 2011, Dennis Cronin parked his truck by the
EU banks could face panicky trading after no-deal Brexit

EU banks could face panicky trading after no-deal Brexit

Bank of England calls for measures to prevent markets raising lending costsThe Bank of England has said that the failure of EU regulators to put in place measures to protect continental banks
'Thousands' of young girls denied abortion after rape in Argentina

'Thousands' of young girls denied abortion after rape in Argentina

Anti-choice doctors and health officials accused of obstructing legal terminations after 11-year-old girl gave birth to rapist’s child The lives of thousands of girls in Argentina are being put at