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Donald Trump accused of 'fearmongering' after linking UK crime increase to 'radical Islamic terror' - World News
Donald Trump accused of 'fearmongering' after linking UK crime increase to 'radical Islamic terror' 53 minutes ago
Donald Trump has been accused of ignorance after controversially linking an increase in recorded crime with the "spread of radical Islamic terror" in the UK.
Britain’s Ice Hockey Icon Wonders, What If? -World News
Britain’s Ice Hockey Icon Wonders, What If? 58 minutes ago
Tony Hand is in the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame, but he never turned his success in Britain into an N.H.L. career.
Boy (2) killed after IKEA dresser fell and crushed him during nap -World News
Boy (2) killed after IKEA dresser fell and crushed him during nap 2 hours ago
A two-year-old boy was killed after an IKEA dresser fell on top of him after his parents put him down for a nap.
At mid-term elections, Argentina chooses between sobriety and Peronism -World News
At mid-term elections, Argentina chooses between sobriety and Peronism 4 hours ago
IF THE polls are right, Mauricio Macri, who narrowly won Argentina’s presidency against the odds two years ago, will strengthen his hand in mid-term elections on October 22nd. A good result in the ballot, in which a third of senate seats and half of tho
Venezuela holds another flawed election -World News
Venezuela holds another flawed election 4 hours ago
“THIS only happens in Venezuela,” boasted Nicolás Maduro as the electoral commission declared the results of a long-delayed regional election on October 15th. For once, the country’s president (pictured, with moustache) may have been right. In the
The virtue of Ecuador’s Leninism -World News
The virtue of Ecuador’s Leninism 4 hours ago
IN FEBRUARY Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s then-president, compared the country’s run-off election to the battle of Stalingrad. “We are going to fight the worldwide right wing,” he said. His man, Lenín Moreno, duly scored a narrow victory against Guill
Food Inequality in Venezuela: Dining Out -World News
Food Inequality in Venezuela: Dining Out 6 hours ago
Venezuela's economic crisis has left more than 80 percent of its citizens in poverty. But some upper class pockets can still afford to eat out. Inside Casa Bistro, the chef explains how business continues despite the rising inflation.
White House confirms Trump lied about call with soldier's widow -World News
White House confirms Trump lied about call with soldier's widow 8 hours ago
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly says that he coached Donald Trump on what to say to the widow of a US soldier killed in action, and told him to express to her that her husband had acted honourably in making the decision to accept a dangerous positio
'Fake art' - Trump 'boasts he has original Renoir' - but Chicago gallery insists it is hanging on their walls -World News
'Fake art' - Trump 'boasts he has original Renoir' - but Chicago gallery insists it is hanging on their walls 8 hours ago
Donald Trump reportedly claims to own an original Renoir painting - despite a gallery in Chicago insisting there is only one real version of the Two Sisters artwork and it's hanging on their walls.
'Isil is planning aeroplane attack on scale of 9/11,' warns US official -World News
'Isil is planning aeroplane attack on scale of 9/11,' warns US official 14 hours ago
Isil and other terrorist groups are planning to target aircraft as they aim to carry out another major attack on the scale of 9/11, a top US security official has said.
Sean Penn Fights With Netflix Over El Chapo Documentary -World News
Sean Penn Fights With Netflix Over El Chapo Documentary 15 hours ago
Lawyers for the actor warned Netflix it would be responsible if Mr. Penn was harmed because of the series, which examines his 2015 meeting with a wanted drug dealer.
Body Found in Argentine River Shakes Up Election -World News
Body Found in Argentine River Shakes Up Election 17 hours ago
The discovery of a body near the site where an indigenous rights activist vanished two months ago has raised questions about the government’s investigation.
Canada Welcomed Refugees, but Now Struggles With Backlog -World News
Canada Welcomed Refugees, but Now Struggles With Backlog 20 hours ago
Partly because of an influx of asylum seekers crossing the border illegally into Quebec this year, tens of thousands of people are caught in a bureaucratic limbo.
Texas judge postpones execution of 'tourniquet serial killer' after last-minute revelations -World News
Texas judge postpones execution of 'tourniquet serial killer' after last-minute revelations 1 day ago
A Texas judge, acting on requests from prosecutors, halted the planned execution on Wednesday of a man known as the "tourniquet killer" for the grisly method used to murder five girls and young women in the Houston area whom he also raped.
Food Inequality in Venezuela: Children in Crisis -World News
Food Inequality in Venezuela: Children in Crisis 1 day ago
Food shortages and the lack of affordable goods has led to growing malnutrition rates in Venezuela. A nonprofit initiative provides community lunches for children in low-income neighborhoods in an attempt to alleviate the problem.
Latin America’s battle over “gender ideology” -World News
Latin America’s battle over “gender ideology” 1 day ago
THIS year Peru introduced a new curriculum for its primary schools as part of an effort to improve education. One of the new curriculum’s principles is that boys and girls have the same right to education. It notes that “while what we consider to be
Canada makes amends to descendants of black loyalists -World News
Canada makes amends to descendants of black loyalists 1 day ago
WHEN Britain needed reinforcements to fight American revolutionaries it tried to entice enslaved blacks to join up by promising them “freedom and a farm”. More than 200 years later, the offer has come back to haunt the governments of Canada and Nova S
Modernising Brazil’s waste-picking trade -World News
Modernising Brazil’s waste-picking trade 1 day ago
Cazuza, a real cool catadorEVERY night Gabriel Cazuza drags his two-wheeled, metal-framed carroça through the streets of São Paulo collecting aluminium, paper, cardboard and other recyclables for sale to scrap merchants. He is one of tens of thousands o
Clueless on Cuba’s economy -World News
Clueless on Cuba’s economy 1 day ago
GABRIEL and Leo have little in common. Gabriel makes 576 Cuban pesos ($23) a month as a maintenance man in a hospital. Leo runs a private company with revenues of $20,000 a month and 11 full-time employees. But both have cause for complaint. For Gabriel i
London Olympics gold winner McKayla Maroney claims doctor sexually abused her -World News
London Olympics gold winner McKayla Maroney claims doctor sexually abused her 1 day ago
London 2012 Olympic gold medallist McKayla Maroney has made allegations of sexual assault against former USA gymnastics doctor Dr Larry Nassar.
'He knew what he signed up for' - Trump branded 'insensitive' after comments to war widow -World News
'He knew what he signed up for' - Trump branded 'insensitive' after comments to war widow 1 day ago
US President Donald Trump has been branded "insensitive" after reportedly telling the widow of a soldier killed in north-western Africa that "he knew what he signed up for".
Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney claims she was molested for years by former team doctor -World News
Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney claims she was molested for years by former team doctor 1 day ago
Two-time Olympic medallist McKayla Maroney has said she was molested for years by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor.
Man suspected of killing three workmates linked to a second shooting -World News
Man suspected of killing three workmates linked to a second shooting 1 day ago
A gunman shot five of his co-workers at a US office park in the state of Maryland on Wednesday, killing three of them and setting off a manhunt, authorities said.
That's what he signed up for, Trump tells war widow -World News
That's what he signed up for, Trump tells war widow 2 days ago
US President Donald Trump has been branded "insensitive" after reportedly telling the widow of a soldier killed in north-western Africa that "he knew what he signed up for".
Top Amazon executive Price resigns in wake of allegations -World News
Top Amazon executive Price resigns in wake of allegations 2 days ago
Amazon Studios says it has accepted the resignation of its top executive Roy Price, following sexual harassment allegations made by a producer on the series 'Man in the High Castle'.