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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

NEWS

NEWS

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears set to win a second term in Canada’s national elections. His Liberal Party has delivered unexpectedly strong results despite having...
Japan storm; Typhoon Hagibis

Japan is bracing for two more storms heading its way a week after a typhoon devastated the country’s central and northern regions. The Meteorological Agency...
Catalan protests continue in Barcelona, Spain; Pedro Sanchez

Spanish leader Pedro Sanchez is travelling to Barcelona, the protest-struck capital of the north-eastern Catalonia region, to meet injured police officers and hold talks...
Bronze structures pile up in the Museum of London Docklands

Bronze Age treasure discovered near the River Thames is going on display for the first time. More than 450 bronze objects, including weapons and tools, were...
Hong Kong protests get broken up by tear gas and rubber bullets

Hong Kong streets descended into chaotic scenes following an unauthorised pro-democracy rally on Sunday, as protesters set up roadblocks and torched businesses, and police...

Scientists are on a quest to stop cancer from occurring in the first place by “birthing” a tumour in lab-grown human tissue. A new cross-Atlantic...

Boeing says it regrets concerns raised about internal communications it recently handed over to the US Congress and federal regulators investigating two deadly crashes...

Canadians go to the polls on Monday after a tight election campaign that has raised the threat of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau being knocked...
Chile protest

Protests in Chile have spilled over into a new day even after the president cancelled a subway fare hike that prompted massive and violent...
Paul Gascoigne describes the year of his sexual assault allegations and trial as hell

Former football star Paul Gascoigne has described his sex assault accusation and trial as a “year of hell”. The 52-year-old was cleared of sexual assault, and...