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Iran TV station did not break rules over interview praising attack – Ofcom

Iran TV station did not break rules over interview praising attack – Ofcom

UK-based Iran International broadcast a separatist who spoke in support of the Ahvaz terrorist attack in 2018Iran International did not breach the broadcasting code by interviewing a spokesman for a
Tunisian president accused of complicity in torture

Tunisian president accused of complicity in torture

Beji Caid Essebsi committed crimes while serving under Habib Bourguiba, commission allegesAn independent commission set up to investigate crimes by the Tunisian state has accused President Beji Caid
New migrant caravan receives cooler welcome in Mexico

New migrant caravan receives cooler welcome in Mexico

2,500-strong group mainly from Central America and CubaActivists say government is trying to stop migrants reaching USA new migrant caravan of about 2,500 people is making its way through southern
Macron's mini-summit in Paris is a snub to Trump's trade policy | Larry Elliott

Macron's mini-summit in Paris is a snub to Trump's trade policy | Larry Elliott

European leaders and China’s Xi Jinping put on a show of unity in the face of US tariffsDonald Trump was not on the guest list for Emmanuel Macron’s mini-summit in Paris, but the presence of the US
Woodside Petroleum sought Australian taxpayer funds for African oil and gas field

Woodside Petroleum sought Australian taxpayer funds for African oil and gas field

Export Finance and Insurance Corporation may back project, with Woodside hoping to start drilling by mid-2020 The resources giant Woodside Petroleum has sought Australian taxpayer funds to build an
Video of Pope Francis trying to avoid having his ring kissed goes viral

Video of Pope Francis trying to avoid having his ring kissed goes viral

Footage from visit to Loreto fuels Catholic cultural wars between conservatives and progressivesFootage of Pope Francis repeatedly pulling his hand away from being kissed by a long line of people has
Israel-Hamas relations: a predictable but fatal dance

Israel-Hamas relations: a predictable but fatal dance

The longtime enemies have developed a fiery pattern of trading rockets for airstrikesIt has become a near-monthly event with a predictable pattern – rockets from Gaza are traded for Israeli
Pope Francis rebuffs worshippers trying to kiss his ring – video

Pope Francis rebuffs worshippers trying to kiss his ring – video

Pope Francis repeatedly pulled his hand away when worshippers attempted to kiss his papal ring at the Holy House of Loreto in Italy on Monday. Kissing the papal ring is traditionally seen as a sign of
Emmanuel Macron hosts Xi Jinping in attempt to strengthen EU-China relationship

Emmanuel Macron hosts Xi Jinping in attempt to strengthen EU-China relationship

French president invited Angela Merkel to talks with Chinese leader in ParisEmmanuel Macron has launched a charm offensive towards his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, talking of multilateralism and
Trump expands global gag rule that blocks US aid for abortion groups

Trump expands global gag rule that blocks US aid for abortion groups

Policy bans aid going to foreign groups that support abortion rights as secretary of state Pompeo says: ‘This is decent and right’The Trump administration has expanded its ban on funding for groups
Widespread losses of pollinating insects revealed across Britain

Widespread losses of pollinating insects revealed across Britain

Wild bees and hoverflies lost from a quarter of the places they were found in 1980, study showsA widespread loss of pollinating insects in recent decades has been revealed by the first national survey
How Michael Avenatti went from liberal hero to alleged extortionist

How Michael Avenatti went from liberal hero to alleged extortionist

The celebrity attorney made his intent to take down Trump public, but his quick rise became a rapid fallWhen celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti stepped into a Manhattan federal courtroom about 6pm on
Opera singer asked to change pro-EU dress for London concert

Opera singer asked to change pro-EU dress for London concert

Anna Patalong, performing at Royal Albert Hall, says free movement ‘essential’ for musiciansAn opera singer who was asked to change her EU-themed dress for a concert at the Royal Albert Hall, in
Jussie Smollett: Chicago mayor attacks 'whitewash of justice' as charges dropped

Jussie Smollett: Chicago mayor attacks 'whitewash of justice' as charges dropped

Decision to suddenly drop 16 charges questionedSmollett: ‘I have been truthful and consistent on every level’Prosecutors have agreed to drop criminal charges against the Empire actor Jussie Smollett
Ex-football coach Bob Higgins was 'predatory paedophile', court told

Ex-football coach Bob Higgins was 'predatory paedophile', court told

Suspect accused of using ‘kingmaker’ status to abuse boys over 25-year periodA former Southampton FC youth football coach was a “predatory paedophile” who used his power as one of the sport’s
Calls grow in Algeria for Abdelaziz Bouteflika to be declared unfit to lead

Calls grow in Algeria for Abdelaziz Bouteflika to be declared unfit to lead

Triggering of constitutional process could lead to ousting of the ailing presidentThe coalition ally of Algeria’s ruling party has called for the country’s ailing president to resign, piling pressure
Six teenagers arrested over attack on Islamic centre in Newcastle

Six teenagers arrested over attack on Islamic centre in Newcastle

Copies of Qur’an ripped up and windows smashed during Monday night’s incidentPolice have arrested six teenagers after an Islamic centre was ransacked in an attack in which copies of the Qur’an were
European parliament votes to scrap daylight saving time from 2021

European parliament votes to scrap daylight saving time from 2021

Directive would apply to UK if it stayed in EU, and also during Brexit transition periodThe European parliament has voted to scrap the twice-a-year custom of changing the clocks by an hour in spring
Spanish court: FBI was offered stolen data by North Korean embassy intruder

Spanish court: FBI was offered stolen data by North Korean embassy intruder

One of 10 people who entered consulate by force in February contacted FBI, high court saysThe details of how mysterious intruders raided North Korea’s embassy in Madrid last month, tricked the Spanish
Pentagon reallocates $1bn to help fund Trump's border wall

Pentagon reallocates $1bn to help fund Trump's border wall

Money to be used for 57 miles of 18ft-high fencing, CNN reportsDemocrats say transfer of funds is ‘theft’ from armed forcesThe Department of Defense has redirected $1bn in funding to allow