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Investigation launched into Michelin restaurant death and food poisonings

Investigation launched into Michelin restaurant death and food poisonings

Spanish inquiry awaiting results of postmortem and Valencia restaurant samples after woman diesA Spanish judge has launched an investigation into the death of a woman who had eaten at a
Steve McQueen says he was 'disturbed' by Liam Neeson's revenge comments

Steve McQueen says he was 'disturbed' by Liam Neeson's revenge comments

‘You never know what’s in people’s minds,’ says director who recently worked with Neeson on WidowsThe film-maker Steve McQueen has said he was disturbed by Liam Neeson’s comments about seeking
Which blare project: noisy New York ponders switch to gentler sirens

Which blare project: noisy New York ponders switch to gentler sirens

New bill would require New York’s distinctive ‘wail’ and ‘yelp’ sirens to be replaced by softer, two-tone, European-style versionsWith just the flip of a switch, the sound of New York’s streets could
Michel Barnier says there is high chance of 'accidental' no-deal Brexit

Michel Barnier says there is high chance of 'accidental' no-deal Brexit

EU’s chief negotiator says UK needs to make faster decisions with deadline looming in five weeksMichel Barnier has said he is more concerned than ever after a week of talks with Theresa May and the
Funereal TIG launch distracts from Grayling's latest humiliation

Funereal TIG launch distracts from Grayling's latest humiliation

Also this week: Labour mayoral candidate’s disastrous interview and the thrilling return of TutankhamunThere had been so much speculation that had come to nothing in recent weeks about Labour and Tory
Nigeria election: blasts heard hours before presidential polls open

Nigeria election: blasts heard hours before presidential polls open

Nigerians are hoping vote will go ahead following delay over unspecified ‘challenges’Suspected Islamist militants have attacked a north-eastern Nigerian town, forcing people to flee hours before
Alesha MacPhail murder: teenager named as Aaron Campbell

Alesha MacPhail murder: teenager named as Aaron Campbell

Judge in Glasgow allows name of teenager who abducted, raped and murdered girl to be reportedThe 16-year-old boy found guilty of the abduction, rape and murder of Alesha MacPhail on the Isle of Bute
UK driving licences will not be valid in Ireland under no-deal Brexit

UK driving licences will not be valid in Ireland under no-deal Brexit

British licence holders living in Ireland would need to get Irish licences before 29 MarchIreland will no longer recognise the UK driving licences of people living in Ireland in the event of a no-deal
Hoda Muthana's father sues in bid to bring his daughter back to US

Hoda Muthana's father sues in bid to bring his daughter back to US

Ahmed Ali Muthana files suit after officials said New Jersey-born daughter was not a US citizen and would not be allowed homeThe father of an Alabama woman who joined the Islamic State group in Syria
Yalitza Aparicio: Roma star's hometown wills her on to Oscars glory

Yalitza Aparicio: Roma star's hometown wills her on to Oscars glory

Residents of Tlaxiaco say Yalitza Aparicio, up for best actress at the Oscars this weekend, has given indigenous Mexicans renewed sense of prideA couple of young flautists are practising scales in a
The Trial: inside Guantanamo with 9/11 suspect Ammar al-Baluchi – video

The Trial: inside Guantanamo with 9/11 suspect Ammar al-Baluchi – video

Alka Pradhan, James Connell and Sterling Thomas are lawyers for Ammar al-Baluchi, one of the five men facing the death penalty for plotting the 2001 terrorist attacks in New York. The Trial provides a
'No place does me like Lagos' – a cartoon by Tayo Fatunla

'No place does me like Lagos' – a cartoon by Tayo Fatunla

The city has endured much through the years, but as cartoonist Tayo Fatunla grew up saying: ‘Eko oni baje’ or ‘Lagos cannot be destroyed’ Continue reading...
Sheffield flypast pays tribute to US airmen killed in wartime crash

Sheffield flypast pays tribute to US airmen killed in wartime crash

Event was inspired by Tony Foulds, 82, who has tended their memorial since 1944Thousands have gathered in Sheffield to watch the US air force stage a flypast to commemorate 10 plane crew who died
Amy Winehouse hologram tour postponed due to 'unique sensitivities'

Amy Winehouse hologram tour postponed due to 'unique sensitivities'

Base Hologram, which was planning a concert tour featuring the deceased singer, says ‘creativity does not necessarily follow a schedule’The company developing an Amy Winehouse hologram tour has
Church of England urged to make land available to Gypsies

Church of England urged to make land available to Gypsies

Synod to vote to protect Roma, Gypsies and Travellers from ‘institutional racism’The Church of England is being urged to make land available for Gypsies and travelling communities who face
Nigel Scullion's intervention in Northern Land Council denounced as 'irresponsible'

Nigel Scullion's intervention in Northern Land Council denounced as 'irresponsible'

Indigenous affairs minister uses powers under the NT Lands Right Act to force the council to meet over an alleged conflict of interest In an unprecedented move, Nigel Scullion has used his powers
How the US government created a fake university to snare immigrant students

How the US government created a fake university to snare immigrant students

Court documents reveal stunning scheme used to trap 161 foreign nationals; Ice maintains the students knew the school was fakeThe University of Farmington website described a college that would
Labour must move faster on antisemitism, says McDonnell, as Austin quits - politics live

Labour must move faster on antisemitism, says McDonnell, as Austin quits - politics live

As Ian Austin quits the party, John McDonnell says it has been to slow to tackle antisemitism Full story: Ian Austin quits the Labour party Brexit: Corbyn inching closer to backing a second
Labour MP Ian Austin quits the party over ‘culture of antisemitism’

Labour MP Ian Austin quits the party over ‘culture of antisemitism’

Ninth MP to leave the party this week says he has no plans to join the Independent GroupIan Austin has become the ninth MP to quit the Labour party this week, although he told his local newspaper he
Amnesty International leaders offer to resign over bullying culture

Amnesty International leaders offer to resign over bullying culture

Letter from seven staff admits mistakes after report warns of ‘toxic’ work environment Amnesty International’s seven-member senior leadership team has offered to resign after a damning report warned