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14m bolivars for a chicken: Venezuela hyperinflation explained

14m bolivars for a chicken: Venezuela hyperinflation explained

As South American country faces soaraway prices, what is hyperinflation and why is it bad for the economy? Venezuela is introducing economic reforms including new banknotes that lop five zeros off its
Stormy Daniels: I get crazy hate mail and death threats

Stormy Daniels: I get crazy hate mail and death threats

Adult film star who claims to have had affair with Donald Trump gives interview to UK talkshow Loose WomenStormy Daniels has said she sometimes fears for her safety as she said speaking out about her
£2,500 of sanitary items and nappies stolen from Salford food bank

£2,500 of sanitary items and nappies stolen from Salford food bank

Staff in tears after theft described as setback in tackling period povertyNearly £2,500 worth of sanitary products and nappies have been stolen from a food bank in Greater Manchester, in what has been
Deal to sell non-stun-slaughtered lambs to Saudis condemned

Deal to sell non-stun-slaughtered lambs to Saudis condemned

Fears UK export deal signals it will become normal to lower standards to secure trade dealsSenior politicians and animal welfare groups have condemned the government over a deal that allows meat from
Kerala flood waters recede as thousands remain trapped

Kerala flood waters recede as thousands remain trapped

Disease prevention and sanitation now top priority as bodies continue to be found Flood waters have receded in the southern Indian state of Kerala, allowing authorities to retrieve the bodies of
Food waste: alarming rise will see 66 tonnes thrown away every second

Food waste: alarming rise will see 66 tonnes thrown away every second

New analysis warns food loss is set to increase by a third by 2030 unless urgent action is takenThe amount of food that is wasted each year will rise by a third by 2030, when 2.1bn tonnes will either
Trump attacks 'disgraced' Mueller and rails against 'phony' obstruction claims

Trump attacks 'disgraced' Mueller and rails against 'phony' obstruction claims

President continues to assail Mueller and Russia investigation and says ‘if you FIGHT BACK, they scream Obstruction!’Donald Trump railed against the possibility he could be accused of obstruction of
Gatwick resorts to whiteboards for flight information after IT crash

Gatwick resorts to whiteboards for flight information after IT crash

Staff forced to manually write out gate numbers, with some passengers missing flightsWhiteboards are being used to display flight information at Gatwick airport after an IT failure. Staff have
Gretchen Carlson to Miss America: your bullying claims have cost us thousands

Gretchen Carlson to Miss America: your bullying claims have cost us thousands

Miss America chair Carlson says she is ‘surprised and saddened’ at Cara Mund’s allegations of bullying by pageant leadersGretchen Carlson has struck back against the reigning Miss America, saying Cara
Asia Argento accused of paying off actor who says she sexually assaulted him aged 17

Asia Argento accused of paying off actor who says she sexually assaulted him aged 17

The actor and #MeToo campaigner – who accused Harvey Weinstein of rape – reportedly paid $380,000 last year to former co-star Jimmy Bennett One of the most prominent activists of the #MeToo movement
Venezuela devalues currency and raises minimum wage by 3,000%

Venezuela devalues currency and raises minimum wage by 3,000%

Caracas shears five zeros from bolívar, which will be pegged to new cryptocurrencyVenezuela moved to shore up its crumbling economy on Monday, devaluing its currency and preparing to raise the minimum
EU says Greece can 'finally turn the page' as bailout ends

EU says Greece can 'finally turn the page' as bailout ends

‘The worst is over’ after eight very difficult years for the country, commissioner saysGreece has turned the page to become “a normal” member of the single currency, European Union authorities in
Francis Ford Coppola agrees Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves might be married

Francis Ford Coppola agrees Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves might be married

Director of Bram Stoker’s Dracula says 1992 film starring the pair included a real wedding ceremonyFrancis Ford Coppola has backed a theory by Winona Ryder that she and Keanu Reeves might be married.
Australian director James Ricketson a good man, Cambodian court told

Australian director James Ricketson a good man, Cambodian court told

Ricketson is on trail in Phnom Penh accused of spying for a foreign government between 1995 and 2017The Australian film-maker and alleged spy James Ricketson is a good man who helps the poor and is
Jamie Oliver jerk dish a mistake, says Jamaica-born chef Levi Roots

Jamie Oliver jerk dish a mistake, says Jamaica-born chef Levi Roots

Roots says he has previously shown Oliver how to make ‘real deal’ jerk cuisineThe chef and entrepreneur Levi Roots has described Jamie Oliver’s decision to launch a jerk rice dish as a mistake, as a
Spain terror alert: man armed with knife shot dead at police station

Spain terror alert: man armed with knife shot dead at police station

Suspect entered police station in Cornella near Barcelona ‘to attack officers’ An man armed with a knife has tried to attack a police station in Catalonia, in what police are treating as a terror
Pope on sexual abuse: 'We showed no care for the little ones'

Pope on sexual abuse: 'We showed no care for the little ones'

Francis condemns culture of cover-ups and promises zero tolerance in letter to CatholicsPope Francis has publicly acknowledged the failures of the Roman Catholic church in dealing with sexual abuse by
Summer weather is getting 'stuck' due to Arctic warming

Summer weather is getting 'stuck' due to Arctic warming

Rising arctic temperatures mean we face a future of ‘extreme extremes’ where sunny days become heatwaves and rain becomes floods, study saysSummer weather patterns are increasingly likely to stall in
Lana Del Rey defends decision to perform in Israel: 'Music is universal'

Lana Del Rey defends decision to perform in Israel: 'Music is universal'

American singer says she does not necessarily support governments in countries in which she performsLana Del Rey has defended her decision to perform at Meteor festival in Israel this week, in
Westminster crash suspect appears in court

Westminster crash suspect appears in court

Birmingham man Salih Khater, 29, charged with two counts of attempted murder A man accused of attempting to murder members of the public and police officers in an attack outside the Houses of