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Six teenagers due in court over Nottingham death of Egyptian student

Six teenagers due in court over Nottingham death of Egyptian student

Mariam Moustafa died weeks after being attacked by group of girls outside shopping centreSix teenagers are to appear in court in connection with the death of an Egyptian engineering student.Mariam
Announcers describe Jacksonville shooter David Katz at past gaming tournament – video

Announcers describe Jacksonville shooter David Katz at past gaming tournament – video

Footage of Katz at a past EA Sports Madden tournament. He went by the nickname Bread. Announcers describe him as a ‘man of business’ and ‘focused’. The sheriff says Katz killed himself at the scene.
Uber to diversify into electric bikes and scooters to drive growth

Uber to diversify into electric bikes and scooters to drive growth

Move may cost in short term but boost longer-term user engagement, CEO saysUber is to switch its focus from taxis to electric bikes and scooters to grow its global business, its chief executive has
Facebook is being eclipsed by its youthful rival Snapchat

Facebook is being eclipsed by its youthful rival Snapchat

Social media giant struggles to stay relevant to a younger generationFacebook has officially . Snapchat is set to overtake it as the digital hangout of choice for teens and twentysomethings this year,
'Iraq is dying': oil flows freely but corruption fuels growing anger

'Iraq is dying': oil flows freely but corruption fuels growing anger

Locked out of polluting wealth beneath their feet, those calling for an end to a ‘rotten system’ risk detention and deathThe land of the Bani-Mansour clan north-east of Basra is flat and parched,
Facebook removes accounts associated with Myanmar military

Facebook removes accounts associated with Myanmar military

Move follows UN report accusing army of genocide against minority RohingyaFacebook has removed 18 accounts and 52 pages associated with the Myanmar military, including the page of its
'No one deserves to die over a video game': survivors recall chaos of Florida shooting

'No one deserves to die over a video game': survivors recall chaos of Florida shooting

Witnesses of shooting at video gamers’ event in Jacksonville tell of moment gunman opened fireA gunman who killed two people and wounded nine others before shooting himself dead at a video gamers’
Jo Cox: Brussels square to be named in  Labour MP's honour

Jo Cox: Brussels square to be named in Labour MP's honour

Name of politician killed on eve of EU referendum to be given to square near concert hallA square behind a popular concert hall in Brussels is to be named in honour of Jo Cox, the Labour MP murdered
Genoa fans hold minute's silence before first match since bridge collapse - video

Genoa fans hold minute's silence before first match since bridge collapse - video

Fans of Italian football club Genoa watched the first 43 minutes of their team's match against Empoli in near-silence on Sunday to honour the victims of the motorway bridge collapse earlier this month
Indigenous prisoner restrained by 14 officers before death in custody, footage shows

Indigenous prisoner restrained by 14 officers before death in custody, footage shows

Inquest shown ‘distressing’ images of Wayne Morrison, who was left braindead after altercation at Adelaide’s Yatala prison Shocking footage has been played to a coronial inquest of the lead-up to the
Genoa fans stay silent to honour victims of bridge collapse

Genoa fans stay silent to honour victims of bridge collapse

Match against Empoli watch in near-silence for 43 minutesFans of the Italian football club Genoa watched the first 43 minutes of their team’s Serie A match at home to Empoli in near-silence on Sunday
Mel B to enter rehab for alcohol and sex addiction following PTSD diagnosis

Mel B to enter rehab for alcohol and sex addiction following PTSD diagnosis

The former Spice Girl said she used alcohol to ‘numb my pain’ following divorce from husband Stephen BelafonteMel B has said she is entering rehab for alcohol and sex addiction.Speaking to the Sun on
Myanmar's military accused of genocide in damning UN report

Myanmar's military accused of genocide in damning UN report

Mission concludes army has carried out ‘gravest crimes’ against Rohingya in Rakhine and minorities elsewhereMyanmar’s military has been accused of genocide against the Rohingya in Rakhine state in a
Man sought after mother and daughter killed in Solihull

Man sought after mother and daughter killed in Solihull

Police hunt male suspect after two women died from stab wounds in West MidlandsA double murder investigation has been launched after a Syrian mother and daughter were stabbed to death in a West
Lawyers question validity of Peter Dutton's decisions in immigration cases

Lawyers question validity of Peter Dutton's decisions in immigration cases

Advocates to examine whether rulings in clients’ cases will stand amid questions about the minister’s eligibility The question of eligibility has continued to dog Peter Dutton as he hit out at
Man arrested after two women stabbed in east London

Man arrested after two women stabbed in east London

Thirty-six-year-old man held on suspicion of two counts of attempted murder A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after two women were stabbed in east London.The victims, aged in
Ethereal underworld: exploring Helsinki's colossal new art bunker

Ethereal underworld: exploring Helsinki's colossal new art bunker

In a vast expanse beneath the Finnish capital lies a soaring circus-top culture hub. Will the €50m Amos Rex art museum put the city at the forefront of Europe’s art scene?Bulging white mounds rear up
Uprooted: old tree transplants for China's new cities – in pictures

Uprooted: old tree transplants for China's new cities – in pictures

China is reconstructing nature alongside rapid urbanisation. Yan Wang Preston photographed the uprooted trees that have been moved to new cities Continue reading...
Assad’s Syria recorded its own atrocities. The world can’t ignore them | Sara Afshar

Assad’s Syria recorded its own atrocities. The world can’t ignore them | Sara Afshar

The regime photographed the corpses of over 6,700 people it murdered in detention. Its crimes must not go unpunished • Sara Afshar is director of the Channel 4 documentary Syria’s Disappeared: The
John McCain remembered: defending Obama from racist questions – video

John McCain remembered: defending Obama from racist questions – video

It is being touted as one of the late John McCain's greatest political moments: the then-presidential candidate defends the good character of fellow candidate Barack Obama in 2008 after a Republican