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Bernie Sanders secures narrow victory.

Bernie Sanders secures narrow victory.

Bernie Sanders secures narrow victory in New Hampshire primary. Bernie Sanders confirmed his place as front-runner in the long quest to pick a Democratic presidential candidate but failed to put clear blue water between himself and his nearest challenger, Pete Buttigieg, the young former city mayor.The two men continued their momentum from the Iowa caucus, where Mr Buttigieg claimed a narrow win but the veteran left-winger won the popular vote, as he did last night in...
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Fast radio bursts from space shed light.

Fast radio bursts from space shed light.

Fast radio bursts from space shed light on cosmic mystery. Half a billion light years away, in a spiral galaxy similar to our own Milky Way, a powerful radio source is blinking like a beacon. Nothing quite like it has been seen before and, as scientists scrutinize its origins, they believe that it might help to solve one of the cosmos’s most intriguing mysteries.The source emits vast pulses of energy, each lasting for less than...
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Man killed as Storm Ciara wreaks havoc.

Man killed as Storm Ciara wreaks havoc.

Man killed as Storm Ciara wreaks havoc. A driver was killed by a falling tree in Hampshire yesterday during the “storm of the century”, which brought 97mph winds, widespread flooding and power failures. The 58-year-old man was driving a Mercedes on the A33 from Winchester to Micheldever. Man killed as Storm Ciara wreaks havoc. Storm Ciara brought six weeks of rainfall within 24 hours, with residents in the north of England expressing anger after their...
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Taliban claims to have escaped from jail.

Taliban claims to have escaped from jail.

Taliban militant who shot Malala claims to have escaped from jail. The Pakistani Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan, has released an audio clip on social media in which he claims to have escaped from jail almost a month ago The Taliban militant who shot the Nobel peace prizewinner Malala Yousafzai in the head has escaped from jail in Pakistan, according to a recording released on social media. Ehsanullah Ehsan, a spokesman with the Pakistani Taliban who boarded Ms...
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Bernie Sanders heads to Iowa.

Bernie Sanders heads to Iowa.

Bernie Sanders heads to Iowa with strong lead over Joe Biden, in Democtatic race. The self-professed democratic socialist has a seven-point lead over Joe Biden, the former vice-president, in the survey by Emerson College.The Iowa caucuses are the first nominating contest in the battle to be the Democratic presidential candidate, and how candidates fare tonight will play a significant role in shaping the race in the next handful of states to vote.Mr. Sanders was on 28...
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The magnitude of the crime is terrifying.

The magnitude of the crime is terrifying.

'The magnitude of the crime is terrifying': Tributes and tears as Holocaust survivors gather at Auschwitz's 'gates of death' It was once described as the place where Europe reached the darkest ends of hell. Seventy five years since the liberation of Auschwitz, the last remaining survivors of one of the most evil chapters in modern history on Monday returned to the "gates of death" to remember more than a million killed there by the Nazis. Wearing blue and...
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Kobe Bryant ’s death is a shared experience.

Kobe Bryant ’s death is a shared experience.

Kobe Bryant ’s death is a shared experience, for an Online Generation. Older Americans remember where they were when they learned about J.F.K.’s death. Now basketball fans have their own terrible moment.To be a basketball fan is to rank the star you’re watching with the stars you have seen before, constantly searching for the precise comparison. He’s a young Magic Johnson with a better jump shot. He’s like Kareem in his prime but shorter. He’s...
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Sanders neck and neck with Biden.

Sanders neck and neck with Biden.

Bernie Sanders is neck and neck with Joe Biden, in Iowa primary at the USA. Democrats torn as key primary vote nears. Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are running neck and neck as they seek to capture the first voting state in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, according to a poll conducted in the final weeks of a frenzied campaign. A week before the Iowa caucus Mr Sanders, 78, a self-proclaimed “Democratic socialist”,...
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Human Rights continue under attack.

Human Rights continue under attack.

Human Rights continue under attack. Who will protect them? Globally, they remain under assault, whether by populist movements desperate to gain power or authoritarian governments eager to maintain it. Technology has opened up new frontiers for curbing people’s ability to express and share dissenting ideas. And broad assaults are underway on institutions like the International Criminal Court, which was established not only to offer recourse for the victims of rights violations, but to establish an...
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Pope Francis replaces conservative Archbishop.

Pope Francis replaces conservative Archbishop.

Pope Francis Replaces Conservative Archbishop of Philadelphia. VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis sought to shift the ideological balance of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States on Thursday, replacing one of his most prominent conservative critics as the archbishop of Philadelphia. Pope Francis announced in a statement that Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia was retiring, and that Bishop Nelson J. Perez of Cleveland, a former Philadelphian and relative newcomer to the national scene, would assume...
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Burma ordered to protect Rohingya Muslims.

Burma ordered to protect Rohingya Muslims.

Burma ordered to protect Rohingya Muslims from genocide. President of the International Court of Justice, Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, ruled in the lawsuit.The International Court (ICJ) today ordered Burma to protect Rohingya Muslims from genocide in an embarrassing blow to its leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. In a unanimous judgment, 17 judges at the ICJ ordered Burma, also known as Myanmar, to do all it can to prevent harm to Rohingya, multitudes of whom were driven...
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Prince Charles joins world leaders.

Prince Charles joins world leaders.

Prince Charles joins world leaders for Auschwitz anniversary in Israel. World leaders gathered in Jerusalem today to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp. The Prince of Wales has begun his first state visit to Israel by meeting President Rivlin. Later he will deliver a speech at the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem in which he will say that “the lessons of the Holocaust are searingly relevant to this day”....
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Senate agrees to relax timetable for trial.

Senate agrees to relax timetable for trial.

Senate agrees to relax timetable for trial. Rancour at start of President Trump impeachment hearing. The Republican leader of the Senate has relaxed the timetable for the president’s impeachment trial as tempers flared towards the end of a marathon first day of hearings. Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, faced with unexpected dissent from the Republican ranks in the house where the party holds a 53-47 majority, allowed both sides more time to present their cases....
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The US knew missiles were coming.

The US knew missiles were coming.

The US knew Iranian Missiles were coming, before they hit the objective. The US has operated an extensive network of missile warning systems for over half a century, but next-generation missiles will put it to the test. A pair of weeks ago, Iran launched more than a dozen missiles targeting two Iraqi military bases housing American soldiers. The attack was retaliation for the US drone strike that killed Qasem Soleimani, a top-ranking Iranian military general....
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France, Germany and U.K. serve notice on Iran.

France, Germany and U.K. serve notice on Iran.

France, Germany and U.K. serve notice on Iran under Nuclear Deal. The European nations triggered a dispute mechanism in the 2015 pact, a first step toward re-imposing United Nations sanctions. BRUSSELS — Britain, France and Germany triggered the dispute resolution mechanism in the 2015 Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday, a tough warning to Tehran and the first step toward re-imposing further United Nations sanctions on Iran. The move, which had been expected for more than...
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Iran’s arrests over plane shooting.

Iran’s arrests over plane shooting.

Iran’s arrests over Ukraine plane shooting amid anger at cover-up attempts. The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that everyone responsible for the accidental shooting down of a Ukrainian airliner last week must be punished. Iran announced that it had carried out the first arrests in connection with the accidental shooting down of a civilian passenger jet amid a surge of anger and protests over the regime’s attempts to cover up the cause of the crash....
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The eruption of the Taal volcano.

The eruption of the Taal volcano.

The eruption of the Taal volcano, in the Philippines, produces shocking images. The rising smoke and ashes hinder visibility and the death of a motorist is already recorded. The mountain rises 66 kilometers from Manila, the capital of Philipines in the Southeast Asia. The Taas volcano is located in the middle of a lake. Unusual fishing: pulled a 50-year-old and almost 160 kilos fish that is in danger of extinction one A dark gray mantle...
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Hundreds of people protest in Tehran.

Hundreds of people protest in Tehran.

Hundreds of people protest in Tehran. Protests erupt to demand the resignation of the supreme leader. The admission by Iran of its responsibility in the demolition of the Ukrainian plane that fell near the Tehran airport after being hit by a missile caused a sharp turn yesterday in the Middle East crisis and put the supreme leader under heavy pressure, Ali Khamenei, with protests in the streets of the capital, who demanded his resignation "Our...
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This is our election, Taiwan tells China.

This is our election, Taiwan tells China.

This is our election, Taiwan tells China. Nationalists fear more intimidation by Beijing if president wins second term. President Tsai,  is campaigning to resist diplomatic and economic pressure from China.Taiwan has warned that defeat for Beijing’s candidates in its presidential election could prompt greater Chinese “military intimidation and diplomatic isolation” of the self-ruled island. “This is our own election,” the foreign minister Joseph Wu said today on the penultimate day of campaigning. “This is not...
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US troops targeted with ballistic missiles.

US troops targeted with ballistic missiles.

US troops targeted with ballistic missiles from Irak. President Trump responds to Iranian missile strikes in Iraq Iran has carried out a ballistic missile attack on air bases housing US forces in Iraq, in retaliation for the US killing of General Qasem Soleimani. More than a dozen missiles launched from Iran struck two air bases in Irbil and Al Asad, west of Baghdad. It is unclear if there have been any casualties. The initial response...
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Pedro Sánchez and a new Spanish government.

Pedro Sánchez and a new Spanish government.

Pedro Sánchez looks set to form a new Spanish government. Pedro Sánchez, looks set to form a new Spanish government.. He is a caretaker Socialist prime minister, was expected to be narrowly voted into office by Spain’s Parliament today, breaking months of Spanish political deadlock and allowing him, at the same time,  to form the first coalition government since the country returned to democracy in the 1970s. That coalition -- between the Socialists and Unidas...
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China eases penalties in two-child policy.

China eases penalties in two-child policy.

China eases penalties for breaking two-child policy. Previously, having more than two children in China was punishable by the loss of jobs. China eases penalties for breaking two-child policy. Previously, having more than two children in China was punishable by the loss of their jobs. Chinese couples wishing to have more than two children -- as permitted by law -- can now do so without the threat of losing their jobs, in a sign that...
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Iran warns, they will kill UK troops.

Iran warns, they will kill UK troops.

Iran warns, they will kill UK troops. Johnson calls for calm as rockets hit green zone. Boris Johnson has warned Donald Trump against targeting cultural sites in Iran in the wake of the assassination of Tehran’s most senior general. However, the prime minister has said that “we will not lament” the killing of General Qasem Soleimani as a senior commander in Tehran threatened to hit British troops in the Middle East. Speaking for the first time about the...
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A Democrat who can beat Trump.

A Democrat who can beat Trump.

A Democrat who can beat Trump. Amy Klobuchar still has a chance. If you’re like a lot of Democrats, you worry that Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are too liberal — or at least that other voters think so. You’re also not buying the Pete Buttigieg hype. And you get nervous every time Joe Biden opens his mouth. So where are you supposed to find a comfortably electable, qualified candidate who won’t turn 80 while in...
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Terrifying view from inside the inferno.

Terrifying view from inside the inferno.

Terrifying view from inside the inferno. Australia Fires. Duncan Murison, who is battling flames near Sydney, reveals the scale of the blaze — and why he never regrets joining the brigade. Even people who have been battling fires for 50 years say they’ve never seen blazes like this. It’s the sheer size of it. Sometimes you wonder what you’re doing there — when it’s very hot and you’re very uncomfortable, blinded by smoke. But there’s...
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Fears for Britons in Iraq.

Fears for Britons in Iraq.

Fears for Britons in Iraq after US assassination of Iranian general. Dominic Raab has called for the “de-escalation” of the conflict between Iran and the US after the assassination of a celebrated military leader, as it emerged that Britain was not given advance warning of the air strike.The Ministry of Defence and the Foreign Office are reviewing measures to protect 400 soldiers based in Iraq along with British citizens and diplomats who are also there. UK bases...
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Iran promises revenge to US airstrike.

Iran promises revenge to US airstrike.

Iran promises revenge as general Qassem Soleimani was killed in US airstrike. The United States moved to the brink of war with Iran this morning, assassinating Qassem Soleimani, the Islamic Republic’s most celebrated military leader, along with a key Iraqi ally in an airstrike in Baghdad. Two missiles fired from a MQ9 Reaper drone struck Major-General Soleimani, head of the Iranian al-Quds Force and the mastermind of Tehran’s military strategy across the Middle East, shortly after...
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David Attenborough to tackle climate change.

David Attenborough to tackle climate change.

Sir David Attenborough launch Earthshot prize to tackle climate change. The Duke of Cambridge has announced a multimillion-pound prize fund to promote research into solving the planet’s climate problems that his office described as “the most prestigious environmental prize in history”. The Earthshot prize, endorsed by the broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, will begin this year as part of a ten-year project to reward fifty innovative ideas for tackling problems caused by climate change. Kensington Palace did not...
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Kim Jong-un hints at new strategic weapon.

Kim Jong-un hints at new strategic weapon.

Kim Jong-un hints at ‘new strategic weapon’. Kim Jong-un told party leaders that North Korea was no longer bound by his promise to suspend nuclear missile tests. Kim Jong-un declared that he is no longer bound by his promise to suspend nuclear and ballistic missile testing, but left room for dialogue with the United States. The North Korean leader had promised to suspend long-range missile testing when he first met President Trump in Singapore in...
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Global crises the World faces in 2020.

Global crises the World faces in 2020.

Global crises the World faces in 2020. Global Crises the World Faces in 2020, with the multilateral system in crisis. The next 12 months will determine whether the world is capable of controlling nuclear proliferation, arresting runaway climate change and restoring faith in the United Nations. Some pivotal events will shape success or failure in the coming year. Preserving the Nuclear Regime. Of the several potential catastrophic risks confronting humanity, the specter of nuclear war remains...
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Carlos Ghosn ’s dramatic return to Lebanon.

Carlos Ghosn ’s dramatic return to Lebanon.

The former chairman of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn has returned to Lebanon, apparently after fleeing Japan, where he was expected to stand trial next year on charges of financial wrongdoing. It’s another dramatic turn in the story of a man who was once a top automotive executive. A Lebanese newspaper reported that Mr. Ghosn arrived in Lebanon on a private jet from Turkey. In a statement, released this morning, he said he would “no longer be held hostage...
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The Times Square crystal ball drop.

The Times Square crystal ball drop.

The Times Square crystal ball drop. The waterford crystal ball is now perched about 500 feet above Times Square in New York, and we all know what it’s for, but — why? The idea for the New Year’s ball drop came from our former publisher Adolph S. Ochs. First, he persuaded the city in 1904 to rename Longacre Square for The New York Times, as the newspaper moved to the area from downtown. Then, on Dec....
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BREXIT the Chinese opportunity.

BREXIT the Chinese opportunity.

BREXIT, the Chinese opportunity. As announced by the new president of the European Council, each of the 27 must assume a position on the post-Brexit budget fact. Another of the challenges that the new Europe will have to face has to do with the formulation of a new medium and long-term foreign strategy that takes into account the pending commercial tirade between China and the United States. Is the Old Continent going to resign itself...
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Credit Suisse admits second spying case.

Credit Suisse admits second spying case.

Credit Suisse admits second spying case. Credit Suisse said that its former chief operating officer had ordered the tailing of Peter Goerke, who at the time was the bank’s head of human resources.The spying scandal engulfing Credit Suisse has deepened after the Swiss bank admitted that a second senior employee had been followed on the orders of a top executive. The Zurich-based lender revealed that an investigation had found that Peter Goerke, who at the...
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Donald Trump poised to be impeached.

Donald Trump poised to be impeached.

Donald Trump poised to become third US president in history to be impeached. Donald Trump is set to become only the third president in US history to be impeached, with a historic debate underway in the House of Representatives. It puts a momentous black mark against Mr Trump's legacy in the White House. However, impeachment in the House does not automatically result in removal from office. That decision is taken by the US Senate, which is set to hold...
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Emily Thornberry for Labour leadership.

Emily Thornberry for Labour leadership.

Emily Thornberry enters Labour leadership running. Emily Thornberry has announced she will run to be the next leader of the Labour Party. The shadow foreign secretary used her leadership bid to criticise Jeremy Corbyn, as she called out his decision to back Boris Johnson's "Brexit election" and took aim at the lack of his team's "deep political insight". Ms Thornberry, who admitted three months before the election she worried Mr Corbyn's neutral stance on Brexit would cost...
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