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All the president's men and women: how disobedient aides saved Trump

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 05:00:18 GMT

Mueller report reveals how staff told to do illegal things did not but some say that doesn?€?t mean Trump is not guilty of a crime

The myth of Donald Trump presents him as a man of authority, a leader loved and feared, a boss who demands loyalty - and gets it.

Related: The 14 current Republican senators who voted to impeach or convict Bill Clinton

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 All the president's men and women: how disobedient aides saved Trump


'Church' to offer 'miracle cure' despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 00:52:15 GMT

Group to hold ?€?effective alternative healing?€? event in Washington state in which they peddle a ?€?sacrament?€? known to be industrial cleaner

A group calling itself Genesis II Church of Health and Healing plans to convene at a hotel resort in Washington state on Saturday to promote a ?€?miracle cure?€? that claims to cure 95% of all diseases in the world by making adults and children, including infants, drink industrial bleach.

The group is inviting members of the public through Facebook to attend what they call their ?€?effective alternative healing?€? at the Icicle Village Resort in Leavenworth on Saturday morning. The organizer of the event, Tom Merry, has publicized the event on his personal Facebook page by telling people that learning how to consume the bleach ?€?could save your life, or the life of a loved one sent home to die?€?.

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 'Church' to offer 'miracle cure' despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach


Adele announces separation from husband Simon Konecki

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 04:08:26 GMT

Award-winning British singer?€?s representatives say there will be ?€?no further comment?€?

Adele and her husband Simon Konecki have separated.

The pop singer?€?s representatives Benny Tarantini and Carl Fysh confirmed the news on Friday in a statement.

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 Adele announces separation from husband Simon Konecki


Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman pleads guilty in alleged sex cult case

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 22:23:12 GMT
  • Bronfman, 40, admits credit card fraud and immigration charges
  • Plea means Nxivm founder Keith Raniere will stand trial alone

The Seagram liquor heiress Clare Bronfman pleaded guilty on Friday to harboring an undocumented immigrant and enabling credit card fraud as part of an alleged sex cult based in upstate New York, where women have reported they were branded with the initials of the founder.

Bronfman, 40, entered her plea to the two criminal counts before Judge Nicholas Garaufis in federal court in Brooklyn, New York.

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 Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman pleads guilty in alleged sex cult case


Republican discussed violent attacks and surveillance with rightwingers

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 06:00:16 GMT

Washington state representative Matt Shea exchanged messages with far-right figures, chat records obtained by the Guardian reveal

A Washington state Republican politician took part in private discussions with rightwing figures about carrying out surveillance, ?€?psyops?€? and even violent attacks on perceived political enemies, according to chat records obtained by the Guardian.

State representative Matt Shea, who represents Spokane Valley in the Washington state house, participated in the chats with three other men. All of the men used screen aliases - Shea?€?s was ?€?Verum Bellator?€?, Latin for true warrior. The Guardian confirmed the identity of those in the chat by cross-checking phone numbers attached to the Signal accounts.

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 Republican discussed violent attacks and surveillance with rightwingers


Ethics committee raises alarm over 'predictive policing' tool

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 05:00:22 GMT

Algorithm that predicts who will reoffend may give rise to ethical concerns such as bias

A computer tool used by police to predict which people are likely to reoffend has come under scrutiny from one force?€?s ethics committee, who said there were a lot of ?€?unanswered questions?€? and concerns about potential bias.

Amid mounting financial pressure, at least a dozen police forces are using or considering predictive analytics, despite warnings from campaigners that use of algorithms and ?€?predictive policing?€? models risks locking discrimination into the criminal justice system.

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 Ethics committee raises alarm over 'predictive policing' tool


Marcus Hutchins: UK ransomware ‘hero’ pleads guilty to US hacking charges

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 00:12:33 GMT

Hutchins says he regrets his actions and will continue ?€?keeping people safe from malware attacks?€?

A British computer security researcher once hailed as a ?€?hero?€? for helping stem a ransomware outbreak and later accused of creating malware to attack the banking system said on Friday he had pleaded guilty to US criminal charges.

Marcus Hutchins, whose arrest in 2017 stunned the computer security community, acknowledged in a statement pleading guilty to criminal charges linked to his activity in 2014 and 2015.

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 Marcus Hutchins: UK ransomware ‘hero’ pleads guilty to US hacking charges


Roman Polanski files case to have Academy membership restored

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 23:30:26 GMT

Film director was removed last year from organisation behind Oscars after sexual misconduct

Roman Polanski has asked a judge to restore his membership in the organisation that awards the Oscars nearly a year after he was expelled for sexual misconduct.

Lawyers for the 85-year-old fugitive on Friday petitioned Los Angeles Superior Court to compel the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to make him a member in good standing again.

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 Roman Polanski files case to have Academy membership restored


World's smallest baby boy at birth to leave hospital in Japan

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 19:50:50 GMT

Mother of Ryusuke Sekino said: ?€?It seemed he would break if I touched him. I was so worried?€?

When Ryusuke Sekino was born last October, his mother feared that even touching him could prove dangerous for his tiny frame.

Six months later, Ryusuke, believed to be the world?€?s smallest surviving baby boy, is preparing to leave hospital in central Japan on Saturday after his weight increased from 258g (9.1oz) at birth - roughly the weight of a pack of butter - to more than 3kg.

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 World's smallest baby boy at birth to leave hospital in Japan


California couple sentenced to life in prison for torturing 12 children

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 17:56:55 GMT

David and Louise Turpin sentenced during hearing that saw some of the children speak publicly about the abuse for the first time

A California couple who pleaded guilty to years of torture and abuse of 12 of their 13 children have been sentenced to life in prison with possibility of parole after 25 years.

David and Louise Turpin were sentenced on Friday during an emotional hearing that saw some of the children speak publicly about the abuse for the first time.

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 California couple sentenced to life in prison for torturing 12 children


Quiz: Can you guess the city from the vintage travel poster?

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 10:30:21 GMT

Think you know Chicago from Saint-Tropez? It?€?s harder than it looks

Which city is this?

Chicago

Saint-Tropez

Malaga

Gold Coast

Which city is this?

Milan

Barcelona

Coventry

Cologne

Which city is this?

Istanbul

Cairo

Manchester

Marrakech

Which city is this?

Genoa

Athens

Hong Kong

Palermo

Which city is this?

Venice

Atlantic City

Blackpool

Nice

Which city is this?

Turin

Tallinn

Tehran

Toledo

Which city is this?

Brussels

Kolkata

Birmingham

Detroit

Which city is this?

Turin

Trieste

Berlin

St Petersburg

Which city is this?

Copenhagen

Amsterdam

Stockholm

Hamburg

Which city is this?

Antwerp

Liverpool

Lille

Belfast

Which city is this?

Budapest

Dubrovnik

Vienna

Barcelona

Which city is this?

Bratislava

Bonn

Baku

Boston

Which city is this?

Tripoli

Gibraltar

Marseille

Singapore

13 and above.

Well done! You deserve a trip

12 and above.

Well done

11 and above.

Well done

10 and above.

Well done

9 and above.

Pretty good

8 and above.

Pretty good

7 and above.

Pretty good

6 and above.

Not bad

2 and above.

Oh dear, you need a holiday

5 and above.

Not bad

3 and above.

Oh dear, you need a holiday

1 and above.

Oh dear, you need a holiday

4 and above.

Not bad

0 and above.

Oh dear, you need a holiday

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 Quiz: Can you guess the city from the vintage travel poster?


‘It’s not just a wolf whistle’: how catcalls became anti-harassment street art

Mon, 15 Apr 2019 12:25:20 GMT

With teenage girls a particular target of street harassment, Farah Benis is on a mission to document incidents and raise awareness

CatcallsofLdn is an Instagram account that raises awareness about street harassment using chalk art. Inspired by and working with @catcallsofnyc, founder Farah Benis collects submissions from the public then chalks them onto the pavement in the place where they happened. The hope is that chalking, documenting and sharing images of the words will help to raise awareness of street harassment and ultimately prevent it.

72% of submissions are from under 17-year-olds, 60% of those were wearing school uniforms and 100% of the perpetrators were adult men

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 ‘It’s not just a wolf whistle’: how catcalls became anti-harassment street art


The scale of ambition: China's changing landscape - in pictures

Wed, 10 Apr 2019 11:05:16 GMT

Photographer Zhang Kechun travelled across China to document how urbanisation is reshaping the country?€?s natural landscapes. The often dreamlike images of his series Between the Mountains and Water depict tiny figures dwarfed by the immense scale of China?€?s economic development

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 The scale of ambition: China's changing landscape - in pictures


Turkish Airlines is switching to a new Istanbul airport - all in 45 hours

Sat, 06 Apr 2019 07:00:42 GMT

In Erdo?an?€?s latest high-stakes megaproject, 10,000 pieces of equipment will be relocated in a single weekend

?€?This is not just an airport. It?€?s a monument to victory,?€? is how posters around the terminal describe Istanbul?€?s colossal new airport.

That remains to be seen. After starting on Friday, Turkish Airlines will have a 45-hour window to complete one of the most complex logistical projects in history, as it switches its entire operation to the new Istanbul airport from its existing hub at Atatrk international airport.

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 Turkish Airlines is switching to a new Istanbul airport - all in 45 hours


Our leaders are ignoring global warming to the point of criminal negligence. It's unforgivable | Tim Winton

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 21:00:06 GMT

Humanity survived the cold war because no one pushed the button. On climate change, the button has been pushed again and again

I?€?ve been asking myself a question - and even posing it makes me queasy.

Is it too late - are we beyond saving?

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 Our leaders are ignoring global warming to the point of criminal negligence. It's unforgivable | Tim Winton


‘He was “Uncle Mike”. And he abused me’: the man who groomed our family

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 05:00:22 GMT

In February, Michael Murphy was jailed for 16 years for sexual offences against children. Helen was a mother he befriended, Isla her daughter. They tell their story

He was ?€?Uncle Mike?€?, a friend of my dad?€?s. I think he began grooming my parents after my mum went to meet my dad at work when my older sister was a toddler. So he was a family friend from before my twin sister and I were born - he was always in our lives.

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 ‘He was “Uncle Mike”. And he abused me’: the man who groomed our family


'Even more beautiful': should Notre Dame get a modern spire?

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 06:00:17 GMT

The competition to repair the Paris cathedral will attract global interest. Architects give their views

It is less than a week since the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral and the response has swung from global grief at an architectural tragedy, to relief that the damage was not as extensive as it could have been, and on to matters of reconstruction. President Emmanuel Macron has announced that the 13th-century landmark will be rebuilt within five years, ?€?even more beautifully?€?.

Macron?€?s words accompanied the announcement of an international competition to design a new spire and roof structure - boosted by ?1bn of private donations pledged so far. The prime minister, douard Philippe, said they hoped for ?€?a new spire adapted to the techniques and the challenges of our era?€?.

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 'Even more beautiful': should Notre Dame get a modern spire?


Huge crowds gather in Sudan to demand civilian rule - video

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 16:42:44 GMT

Large numbers of people join a protest outside Sudan?€?s defence ministry to demand that the country?€?s transitional military council hand over power to civilians. The crowds were the largest since Omar al-Bashir was ousted last week after almost 30 years in power and the military council took over.

Protesters chanted: ?€?Freedom and revolution are the choice of the people?€? and ?€?civilian rule, civilian rule?€?, and waved national flags. Some soldiers were seen joining the protest, firing rifles as the crowds cheered them on.

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 Huge crowds gather in Sudan to demand civilian rule - video


Meet the 88-year-old powering his insurgent 2020 bid with teens

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 06:00:16 GMT

Fueled by the ambition of two teenagers, ex-Alaska senator Mike Gravel is running for president with the explicit intention of entering Democratic debates

In 2008?€?s Democratic race for the White House, a little-known former senator from Alaska, Mike Gravel, barnstormed the party debates, railing against America?€?s foreign wars and slamming his rival candidates as elitists out-of-touch with ordinary Americans.

Related: Who is running for president? The full list of 2020 Democratic candidates

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 Meet the 88-year-old powering his insurgent 2020 bid with teens


Ancestry pulls ad that appears to romanticize slavery after backlash

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 16:45:59 GMT

In the genealogy company?€?s commercial, a white man gives a black woman a ring and says they can ?€?escape to the north?€?

Ancestry.ca, the Canadian outpost of the genealogy site Ancestry.com, has taken down an ad that was criticized for appearing to romanticize slavery. It was deemed an irresponsible retelling of an already reprehensible history.

ooooh my god LMAOOO who approved this ancestry commercial??? pic.twitter.com/Isy0k4HTMA

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Coalition faces calls for inquiry into Murray-Darling deals signed by Barnaby Joyce

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 04:57:35 GMT

Sarah Hanson-Young demands a royal commission as Bill Shorten urges prime minister to produce all documents

The Coalition is facing calls for an inquiry into the Murray-Darling Basin plan water contracts signed off by the former agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce.

As the Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young called for a royal commission on Saturday, Bill Shorten also weighed in, saying there were now ?€?question marks about the probity?€? of the ?€?nation?€?s biggest water purchase?€?.

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 Coalition faces calls for inquiry into Murray-Darling deals signed by Barnaby Joyce


'It's a miracle': hundreds of thousands of bees survive Notre Dame fire

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 21:05:52 GMT

Three hives containing more than 180,000 bees in total were found intact on the cathedral?€?s roof despite the devastating blaze

Following the tragedy of Monday?€?s fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, news came on Friday of a miracle as sweet as honey.

Related: Notre Dame fire cause may have been electrical - official

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 'It's a miracle': hundreds of thousands of bees survive Notre Dame fire


Honduran transgender woman freed after a year in US detention

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 13:51:56 GMT

Nicole Garca Aguilar was granted asylum in October but was held another seven months while Ice appealed

A Honduran transgender woman who was detained in a US immigration facility for seven months despite being granted asylum has been released after a legal challenge.

Nicole Garca Aguilar was freed from the Cibola County detention facility in New Mexico on Wednesday night, a week after lawyers filed a habeas corpus writ challenging her unjustified and prolonged detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice).

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 Honduran transgender woman freed after a year in US detention


'I don't know how my children will survive': Zimbabwe in crisis | Nyasha Chingono

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 06:00:46 GMT

Cyclone Idai washed away the crops that survived a savage drought, leaving 70% of the population in dire need of food

Mutemarare, 61, walks through his corn field, desperately looking for remnants of maize.

He?€?s not expecting to find any, as most of his crop wilted before reaching maturity, the result of the devastating drought that has hit Zimbabwe.

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 'I don't know how my children will survive': Zimbabwe in crisis | Nyasha Chingono


Bangladeshi teenager set on fire after accusing teacher of harassment

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 12:34:23 GMT

Nusrat Jahan Rafi was doused with kerosene and burned at her school, dying 10 days later of her injuries

A teenage Bangladeshi girl who reported being sexually harassed has died after being set on fire at school. Police and school authorities had ignored her complaints.

The murder of 19-year-old Nusrat Jahan Rafi, who was doused with kerosene and set on fire at her school in Feni on 6 April, followed her allegations of sexual harassment against her headteacher two weeks before. Nusrat suffered 80% burns to her body and died 10 days later from her injuries.

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 Bangladeshi teenager set on fire after accusing teacher of harassment


'I lost consciousness': woman whipped by the Taliban over burqa without veil | Haroon Janjua

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 10:50:38 GMT

Aziza?€?s story reflects the growing number of violent public assaults on women deemed to be in breach of sharia law in Afghanistan

One of four women who was recently subjected to a brutal public lashing by armed Taliban fighters in Afghanistan has spoken about her experience, amid an increase of violent punishments given to those violating its strict interpretation of religious law.

Aziza, who like many other Afghan women only uses one name, was rounded up by the Taliban?€?s shadow police for being out of her house without her husband and not being fully veiled. She was beaten so badly she lost consciousness.

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 'I lost consciousness': woman whipped by the Taliban over burqa without veil | Haroon Janjua


Devastation of shelling in Hodeidah: 'My daughters died hungry' | Rod Austin and Karl Schembri

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 06:00:17 GMT

As a voluntary agreement is struck for forces to withdraw from the port city, two friends recount the horror of conflict in their neighbourhood in Yemen

Friends Majed Al-Wahidi and Ali Al-Zazai remember the constant buzzing of drones overhead in Hodeidah on 18 November last year.

Majed, a teacher and father of six daughters, had left Ali?€?s house to return to his home nearby, but went back because he had forgotten his lighter. It was about 5pm and Majed?€?s daughters were in their bedroom, having taken a break from studying to pray in their modest, corrugated iron-covered home.

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 Devastation of shelling in Hodeidah: 'My daughters died hungry' | Rod Austin and Karl Schembri


What's missing? The clues to Barr's 1,000 Mueller report redactions

Sat, 20 Apr 2019 05:00:16 GMT

Nearly 40% of the 448 pages have parts blacked out but that content - including remarks by Trump - is not a total mystery

The Mueller report contains tantalising details of Trump campaign dealings with Russia and of the president?€?s possible attempts to obstruct justice. But much of it is blacked out. Nearly 40% of the pages in the document contain at least one redaction, totalling nearly 1,000 in all. In some parts, entire sections have disappeared.

Related: The full text of Robert Mueller's report on Trump and Russia

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 What's missing? The clues to Barr's 1,000 Mueller report redactions


The key unanswered questions from the Mueller report

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 12:40:53 GMT

Almost two-thirds of the section on Russian hacking is redacted and the special counsel refrained from deciding whether Trump committed a crime

The public release of the special counsel Robert Mueller?€?s report on Thursday finally brought into the open key findings from the two-year investigation into Russian interference in the US election. The special counsel team found no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Moscow but disclosed damning revelations about Donald Trump?€?s repeated attempts to interfere with the Russia investigation and possible obstruction of justice.

But the 448-page report includes substantial redactions - on the subject of Russian hacking, nearly two-thirds of the section is blacked out. Those redactions, as well as Mueller?€?s decision to punt on the question of whether Trump committed a crime, raise a series of fresh questions about the conduct of Trump and his aides.

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 The key unanswered questions from the Mueller report


A referendum on Poroshenko but also a very Ukrainian election | Shaun Walker

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 12:29:33 GMT

Some question whether rival is also shackled by old system that reasserted itself despite hopes of Maidan revolution

When Petro Poroshenko won Ukraine?€?s presidential election five years ago, it was with the campaign slogan: ?€?Live in a new way!?€?

Ukrainians voted for him in the hope he would make real the hopes and desires of all those who had poured into the streets for the Maidan revolution and forced the country?€?s corrupt kleptocratic president Viktor Yanukovych to flee.

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 A referendum on Poroshenko but also a very Ukrainian election | Shaun Walker


Mueller's report would have signaled the end for anyone other than Trump

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 19:44:26 GMT

Analysis: activity discovered by Mueller was not, as Trump and his allies falsely insist, standard stuff for a political campaign

For all his bluster about being a master builder, Donald Trump really made his millions through branding. From chewy steaks to failing casinos, Trump has spent decades putting lucrative lipstick on pigs.

So when faced with a sprawling criminal investigation into how Russia worked to get him elected - and how he then repeatedly tried to obstruct the inquiry - the president devised a brutally effective public relations campaign.

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 Mueller's report would have signaled the end for anyone other than Trump


Turpin children read statements during sentencing of parents - video

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 20:53:49 GMT

David and Louise Turpin were sentenced on Friday during an emotional hearing that saw some of the children speak publicly about the abuse for the first time. Their parents watched in tears as the children talked about being chained and beaten. The California couple's years of torture and abuse on 12 of their 13 children was only discovered when one of their daughters jumped out of a window of the family?€?s squalid home and called 911. 

The Turpins, who pleaded guilty in February to torture and other abuse, were sentenced to life in prison on Friday with with the possibility of parole after 25 years

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 Turpin children read statements during sentencing of parents - video


Nadler says Mueller report shows 'disturbing evidence' of obstruction of justice - video

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 21:00:37 GMT

US judiciary committee chair Jerry Nadler has said the special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation report outlines 'disturbing evidence' that Donald Trump engaged in obstruction of justice. Nadler also accused US attorney general William Barr of undermining his own department in order to protect the president. He said it was 'disingenuous and misleading' of Barr to say Trump is 'clear of wrongdoing'. 

Barr is scheduled to testify before the committee on 2 May and Nadler has requested Mueller testify before the committee as well because 'we can?€?t believe what Barr tells us'

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 Nadler says Mueller report shows 'disturbing evidence' of obstruction of justice - video


Slovenian MEP plays EU anthem on harmonica in parliament - video

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 16:18:36 GMT

The Slovenian MEP Alojz Peterle played the EU anthem, based on Beethoven's Ode to Joy, on his harmonica in the European parliament on Thursday, eliciting applause and cheers from colleagues. 'It is our responsibility to keep Europe together,' said the politician

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'I'm having a good day': Trump reacts after release of Mueller report - video

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 16:00:14 GMT

The US president said on Thursday he was having a 'good day' after the release of the special counsel Robert Mueller?€?s report on the now-closed Russia investigation. The US attorney general, William Barr, told a news conference before the report?€?s release that the investigation did not find Donald Trump or members of his campaign worked with Russia during the 2016 presidential election

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 'I'm having a good day': Trump reacts after release of Mueller report - video


William Barr: bottom line is that Mueller found no collusion - video

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 16:00:13 GMT

The US attorney general, William Barr, has said the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation did not find Donald Trump or members of his campaign worked with Russia during the 2016 presidential election. Addressing a news conference before the report?€?s release, Barr said there were 10 episodes involving Trump that were scrutinised for possible obstruction of justice

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 William Barr: bottom line is that Mueller found no collusion - video


Polar bear found 700km from home in Russian village - video

Thu, 18 Apr 2019 09:23:20 GMT

Residents of a village in Russia have been stunned by the sight of a polar bear 700km from its usual habitat. The people of the far eastern Kamchatka Peninsula looked on as the bear searched for food. Russian media reported on Wednesday that the exhausted-looking animal apparently travelled from Chukotka to the village of Tilichiki, about 700km (434 miles) south. Environmentalists say the bear may have lost its sense of direction while drifting on an ice floe

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Peace demonstrations in the US October 26-28 2007
29.10 - 2007

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Large number of US citizens demonstrated against the war in Iraq (and the possible war in Iran) during this October weekend. Massive turnout in Boston and San Fransisco, and also in Chicago, LA and DC people took to the streets.
The message was: NO more war in Iraq! NO to a war with Iran!