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Prince Charles to give evidence on bishop to child abuse inquiry

Prince Charles to give evidence on bishop to child abuse inquiry

Written submission will be read at hearing into how C of E handled case of Peter BallPrince Charles is to give evidence to the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse, relating to the case of a
Trained to shoot: the Utah teachers taking up guns in their classrooms

Trained to shoot: the Utah teachers taking up guns in their classrooms

To fight school shootings, Utah allows teachers to carry a gun at school – and many are choosing to arm themselves and are taking combat shooting courses as preparationRyan Ferree, 33, is a keen
US watchdog uncovers violence against pro-union workers at Indian factory

US watchdog uncovers violence against pro-union workers at Indian factory

Shahi Exports, which makes clothes for top brands such as H&M and Benetton, accused by Worker Rights ConsortiumAt Shahi Exports, India’s largest apparel exporter, several union supporters were
The next Ocasio-Cortez: will these candidates pull Democrats to the left?

The next Ocasio-Cortez: will these candidates pull Democrats to the left?

The New York activist’s upset primary victory has fueled hopes – and boosted funding – for progressives in Democratic races across the USOne day in mid-June, Cori Bush, a nurse and activist mounting a
American protester faces trial in Vietnam for 'disturbing public order'

American protester faces trial in Vietnam for 'disturbing public order'

William Anh Nguyen was arrested during demonstrations against law some feared would broaden Chinese power in VietnamAn American citizen is set to stand trial on charges of “disturbing public order” in
Syrian rebels lift years-long siege of two towns after prisoner deal

Syrian rebels lift years-long siege of two towns after prisoner deal

Residents of Fua and Kefraya given safe passage to Aleppo after three-year ordealA long-running siege by Syrian rebels of two pro-regime towns has been lifted after a deal to forcibly displace the
Emmanuel Macron faces scandal over security officer video

Emmanuel Macron faces scandal over security officer video

Demands for inquiry after film surfaces of Élysée officer in police visor hitting protesterEmmanuel Macron is facing a damaging political scandal after one of the French president’s top security
UK stance on arms exports protects corrupt practices, experts claim

UK stance on arms exports protects corrupt practices, experts claim

Government accused of allowing arms industry to act with impunity, damaging development efforts and fuelling conflictThe British government’s role in arms exports has come under scrutiny amid
Surge in knife crime and murder in England and Wales

Surge in knife crime and murder in England and Wales

Knife crime up 16%, homicides 12%, in year to March 2018, says ONSThe number of “high-harm” violent offences involving weapons continues to rise in England and Wales, official figures show.Offences
Trump says he holds Putin responsible for US election meddling – video

Trump says he holds Putin responsible for US election meddling – video

The US president, Donald Trump, tells CBS News’s Jeff Glor he holds the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, personally responsible for Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential electionDonald
No plan for surge in driving permits after no-deal Brexit, say auditors

No plan for surge in driving permits after no-deal Brexit, say auditors

Post offices could need to issue up to 7m international driving permits in first yearThe government has no business plan if post offices are forced to issue up to 7m international driving permits in a
'It destroyed the girl she was': the toll of pregnancy on Paraguay's children

'It destroyed the girl she was': the toll of pregnancy on Paraguay's children

Rampant child abuse, a culture that sexualizes young girls and draconian abortion laws have contributed to a child pregnancy rate that is among Latin America’s highest When she took her 10-year-old
Basketball brawl: three Australian and ten Philippine team members suspended after fight

Basketball brawl: three Australian and ten Philippine team members suspended after fight

Shocking fight on court leads to $150,000 fine by international federation for the BoomersThree members of the Australian men’s national basketball team face suspensions and the team has been hit with
Hong Kong: the city still shaped by feng shui

Hong Kong: the city still shaped by feng shui

Feng shui masters are still regularly consulted to help make the city’s buildings harmonious and prosperous “A lot of people design spaces in Hong Kong and then consult a feng shui master afterwards.
David Dungay inquest: officer says he thought response team sent to 'security situation'

David Dungay inquest: officer says he thought response team sent to 'security situation'

Officer in charge of immediate action team says he was not told nurse only wanted Dungay to stop eating biscuitsThe officer in charge of a rapid response team involved in the forcible transfer of an
EU leads criticism after Israel passes Jewish 'nation state' law

EU leads criticism after Israel passes Jewish 'nation state' law

Legislation stipulates only Jews have right of self-determination in the countryThe European Union has led a chorus of criticism after Israel passed a controversial law declaring that only Jews have
Novichok poisoning: police 'identify' Skripal suspects – reports

Novichok poisoning: police 'identify' Skripal suspects – reports

Source with knowledge of investigation tells Press Association investigators used CCTV to identify ‘Russian’ perpetrators Police are believed to have identified the suspected perpetrators of the
Too long to fit: launch of new Spanish sub runs aground

Too long to fit: launch of new Spanish sub runs aground

Spain is having to expand its submarine base as £900m vessel is too big for dockFirst it was too heavy, then it was too long. Either way Spain’s expensive attempt to modernise its submarine fleet has
Nicaragua: at least four dead as security forces retake rebel stronghold

Nicaragua: at least four dead as security forces retake rebel stronghold

Police and pro-government paramilitaries stormed the Monimbó area of MasayaAt least four people are reported to have been killed after Nicaraguan security forces flooded a symbolic rebel stronghold
New York shark attacks: two children bitten in first case in 70 years

New York shark attacks: two children bitten in first case in 70 years

Victims aged 12 and 13 discharged after treatment following separate attacks off Fire Island, east of ManhattanTwo children swimming in surf miles apart along New York state’s Fire Island national