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Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine returns with new music following release from prison

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has released his first new song since a judge freed him from prison early over coronavirus fears. The controversial hip hop star...

Coronavirus: Four more patients test positive in England

Four more patients in England have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases in the UK to eight. The four people infected...

Hong Kong police enter university campus held by protesters

Hong Kong police have stormed into a university campus held by protesters after an all-night stand-off. Fiery explosions could be seen inside as riot officers...

Seven-year-old girl critically injured after Halloween shooting in Chicago

A seven-year-old girl out trick or treating in a bumblebee outfit has been critically injured after being shot in Chicago. The girl, who was shot...

British Foreign Secretary insists Iran nuclear deal not dead yet

Jeremy Hunt has insisted that the Iran nuclear deal is not yet dead. The British Foreign Secretary said there was a “small window” of hope...

British ministers in bid to head off MPs’ Brexit power grab

British Ministers have moved to try to head off an attempt by MPs to seize control of Commons business in a bid to secure...

Ban on yellow vest protests in Paris, Bordeaux and Toulouse areas

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced a ban on yellow vest protests on Paris’ Champs-Elysees avenue and in two other French cities following riots...

Riot police clash with yellow vest protesters in Paris

On the 13th consecutive weekend of demonstrations in the city, police fired tear gas to disperse protesters near the Champs-Elysees this afternoon. Police said about...

French police handed pay boost after protests

The French government has bowed to police demands for a salary boost and years of overtime pay after officers staged a series of protests,...

Saudi Arabia likely to get ‘benefit of the doubt’ from UK over missing journalist

The UK will try to give Riyadh “the benefit of the doubt” over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist as it tries to balance...

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Protesters in Baltimore topple statue of Christopher Columbus

Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city’s Inner Harbour. Demonstrators used ropes to topple the monument on...

Search for survivors continues after flooding and mudslides in Japan

Deep floodwaters and the risk of more mudslides that have left at least 34 people confirmed or presumed dead have hampered search and rescue...

Armed protesters call for removal of giant Confederate carving

A large group of armed protesters marched through the US state of Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park, calling for the park’s massive Confederate carving to...

Mission: Impossible filming to resume in UK under quarantine exemption plans

Filming on the latest Mission: Impossible movies will be able to resume in England as the Government looks to exempt high-end stars from quarantine. Culture...

Zoom boss says it ‘will not stop’ focus on security improvements

Zoom boss Eric Yuan has said the video calling app “will not stop” looking to improve its security features as it marked the end...
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