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Nine people injured in attack on bus in Germany

Nine people injured in attack on bus in Germany

Suspect detained after several passengers sustained stab wounds in LübeckNine people have been injured after a man started wielding a knife on a bus in Lübeck, northern Germany.The bus, which was
Trump says other countries 'taking advantage' of US – video

Trump says other countries 'taking advantage' of US – video

China, the EU, Mexico and Japan are taking advantage, says Donald Trump, because they all have trade surpluses with the US. 'I don't like it, and I haven't liked it for many years,' the US president
'Men have been getting on my nerves lately':  Barack Obama calls for more women in politics – video

'Men have been getting on my nerves lately': Barack Obama calls for more women in politics – video

Speaking at the Obama Foundation in Johannesburg, the former US president has called for more women to enter politics and has expressed dismay at abusive male leaders.Obama's address came during a
Thom Yorke addresses stage collapse that killed Radiohead's drum technician

Thom Yorke addresses stage collapse that killed Radiohead's drum technician

‘People are still not being held accountable’ says Yorke, who is performing in Toronto for the first time since the 2012 incidentRadiohead’s Thom Yorke has addressed the stage collapse that killed the
Heatwave grips Japan after deadly floods

Heatwave grips Japan after deadly floods

Hot spell has claimed more than 30 lives and complicated post-flood recovery effortsA heatwave in Japan has killed more than 30 people and complicated recovery efforts after recent flooding. In three
Assad eyes victory as Syrian rebels poised to leave Golan Heights

Assad eyes victory as Syrian rebels poised to leave Golan Heights

Syrian president’s forces on verge of reclaiming control of southern SyriaDefeated Syrian rebels near the border with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights are preparing to evacuate the region and cede
Would-be MP referred for psychiatric tests over pro-Hitler posts

Would-be MP referred for psychiatric tests over pro-Hitler posts

Barbara Fielding-Morriss sentencing adjourned after she was convicted for remarksA woman who campaigned to be an MP has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment or face arrest after she
Cameroon's military accused of burning alive unarmed civilians

Cameroon's military accused of burning alive unarmed civilians

Charity says 20 villages set ablaze in English-speaking areas in escalating conflictCameroon’s military has been accused of burning villages and killing unarmed civilians in the country’s minority
First picture of mother injured by thieves who drove off with baby

First picture of mother injured by thieves who drove off with baby

Police in Birmingham still hunting carjackers – one said to have been wearing a hoodA photograph of a mother reunited with her four-week-old baby after a carjacking has been released by West Midlands
Do Republicans disapprove of Trump's meeting with Putin? 'They couldn't care less'

Do Republicans disapprove of Trump's meeting with Putin? 'They couldn't care less'

Invitation to Russian leader to visit White House illustrates Trump’s confidence in weathering another stormDonald Trump began the week facing accusations of treason over his embrace of Vladimir
10-year-old girl bleeds to death after female genital mutilation in Somalia

10-year-old girl bleeds to death after female genital mutilation in Somalia

Case is first fatality linked to the mutilation practice that authorities have admitted to in years, in a country where 98% of women and girls are cutA 10-year-old girl has died after undergoing
Putin proposed eastern Ukraine vote to Trump in Helsinki – report

Putin proposed eastern Ukraine vote to Trump in Helsinki – report

Russian president reportedly tells diplomats Trump is considering referendum offerVladimir Putin proposed holding a referendum in war-torn eastern Ukraine when he met Donald Trump in Helsinki this
'I'm asking for help': Mexico's poor petition outside president-elect's HQ

'I'm asking for help': Mexico's poor petition outside president-elect's HQ

Petitioners gather daily outside Andrés Manuel López Obrado offices in Mexico City, seeking jobs and justiceJosé Fidel had driven through the night in search of his worldly miracle. “We wanted to be
Zika epidemic sheds light on Brazil's 'invisible children'

Zika epidemic sheds light on Brazil's 'invisible children'

Exclusive: families of thousands of babies born with neurodevelopmental disorders may get help for first timeBrazil’s “invisible children”, the thousands of babies born with neurodevelopmental
Macron security officer in custody and will be fired over violent video

Macron security officer in custody and will be fired over violent video

Alexandre Benalla, part of French president’s inner circle, faces charges of violence and impersonating police officerEmmanuel Macron faces the biggest crisis of his presidency over the growing
Should we work a four-day week? Results from a trial in New Zealand

Should we work a four-day week? Results from a trial in New Zealand

This week the Upside looks at work-life balance and visits Britain’s first plastic-free townThere’s been no shortage of competition, to be sure, but the grim headlines of the past week might just have
UK water firm asks for more water from Lake District to fight drought

UK water firm asks for more water from Lake District to fight drought

United Utilities submits drought applications for Lake Ullswater, Lake Windermere and Ennerdale WaterA water company has asked for permission to take more water from some of the Lake District’s most
Footage captures Missouri tourist boat capsizing – video

Footage captures Missouri tourist boat capsizing – video

Eleven people have died after an amphibious vehicle with more than 30 people on board capsized on a lake in Missouri. Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said a tourist boat reportedly sank on Table Rock
Counting crows: Vancouver college maps thousands of attacks

Counting crows: Vancouver college maps thousands of attacks

Tool launched in response to dive-bombing birds documents 2,500 attacks since 2016It was a crow fiercely protecting its nest – and repeated complaints of it dive-bombing and swooping – that prompted
Prince Charles kept in touch with ex-bishop jailed for abuse

Prince Charles kept in touch with ex-bishop jailed for abuse

Prince told inquiry he was deceived by Peter Ball, who called him a ‘loyal friend’Prince Charles maintained contact with a former bishop who was later jailed for abusing young men and occasionally