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Dad who died from cancer paid for flowers to be delivered on daughter's birthday before he passed away - World News
Dad who died from cancer paid for flowers to be delivered on daughter's birthday before he passed away 17 days ago
A man who passed away from cancer paid for flowers to be delivered to his daughter on her birthday before he died.
Joan Collins denies son's claim dad was a paedophile -World News
Joan Collins denies son's claim dad was a paedophile 17 days ago
Actress Joan Collins has hit back following her son Sacha Newley's claim that Anthony Newley - her ex-husband and his father - was a "paedophile".
Kim Kardashian enlists lawyer to help free woman who killed abuser -World News
Kim Kardashian enlists lawyer to help free woman who killed abuser 17 days ago
Kim Kardashian has enlisted a lawyer to help free Cyntoia Brown, a woman who was jailed for killing a man who picked her up for sex when she was 16.
Woman becomes first person with Down’s syndrome to compete in Miss USA state pageant -World News
Woman becomes first person with Down’s syndrome to compete in Miss USA state pageant 17 days ago
A woman with Down’s syndrome has become the first person with the disability to compete in a Miss USA state pageant.
Donald Trump refers to Elizabeth Warren as 'Pocahontas' during meeting with Native Americans -World News
Donald Trump refers to Elizabeth Warren as 'Pocahontas' during meeting with Native Americans 17 days ago
Donald Trump has been criticised for using a racial slur during an event honouring Native American veterans.
Las Vegas shooting survivor who helped get victims to hospital killed in hit-and-run -World News
Las Vegas shooting survivor who helped get victims to hospital killed in hit-and-run 17 days ago
A man who survived the Las Vegas shooting and helped bring victims to hospital has been killed in a hit-and-run incident.
In pictures: Inside the first Trump Christmas at the White House  -World News
In pictures: Inside the first Trump Christmas at the White House 17 days ago
The first Trump Christmas at the White House is underway and it is as understated as one might expect.
'When will NBC execs be be fired for fake news?' - Trump as Today Show's Matt Lauer sacked for 'inappropriate sexual behaviour' -World News
'When will NBC execs be be fired for fake news?' - Trump as Today Show's Matt Lauer sacked for 'inappropriate sexual behaviour' 17 days ago
NBC News has fired long-time Today show host Matt Lauer for "inappropriate sexual behaviour," making him the second morning television show personality to lose his job because of sexual misconduct charges in a week.
'Computer glitch' sees thousands of American Airlines flights without pilots for busy Christmas period -World News
'Computer glitch' sees thousands of American Airlines flights without pilots for busy Christmas period 17 days ago
Thousands of December flights on American Airlines (AAL.O) do not yet have pilots scheduled to work because of a system scheduling error, the carrier’s pilots union said as it gears up for one of the busiest travel periods of the year.
Nikki Haley tells UN that North Korea missile launch brings us 'closer to war' -World News
Nikki Haley tells UN that North Korea missile launch brings us 'closer to war' 17 days ago
US ambassador Nikki Haley has told the United Nations that North Korea's missile launch brings us "closer to war" that the United States does not seek.
N Korea declares itself 'a nuclear state' after launch -World News
N Korea declares itself 'a nuclear state' after launch 17 days ago
US President Donald Trump vowed "major sanctions" against North Korea after it tested a missile that experts said was capable of reaching Washington.
In Honduras Election, Ex-Sportscaster Takes Lead Over President -World News
In Honduras Election, Ex-Sportscaster Takes Lead Over President 17 days ago
A victory by Salvador Nasralla, an ex-sportscaster, would be a rebuke to President Juan Orlando Hernández and his authoritarian administration.
Venezuela Appoints General to Tighten Grip on Oil Industry -World News
Venezuela Appoints General to Tighten Grip on Oil Industry 17 days ago
Skeptics said the appointment at the state-owned oil company was part of a move by the president to consolidate control over the industry.
Mexico’s Finance Minister Says He’ll Run for President -World News
Mexico’s Finance Minister Says He’ll Run for President 17 days ago
José Antonio Meade stepped down from his post and said he would run next year as the candidate of the governing Institutional Revolutionary Party.
Canada Offers $85 Million to Victims of Its ‘Gay Purge,’ as Trudeau Apologizes -World News
Canada Offers $85 Million to Victims of Its ‘Gay Purge,’ as Trudeau Apologizes 17 days ago
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized for Canada’s discrimination against gays and lesbians who were forced out of the military and public service.
Armando Hart, Who Revolutionized Cuban Schools, Dies at 87 -World News
Armando Hart, Who Revolutionized Cuban Schools, Dies at 87 17 days ago
An early confidant of Fidel Castro, he was credited with greatly improving the nation’s literacy rate as the regime’s first minister of education.
Shy Elk and Bold Birds Become Partners in the Wilderness -World News
Shy Elk and Bold Birds Become Partners in the Wilderness 17 days ago
Magpies will eat ticks that drain the blood from elks, but a scientist found it takes the right mix of elk-magpie personality for the relationship to work.
Australia vs. Canada -World News
Australia vs. Canada 17 days ago
This week’s newsletter features a contest, with international bragging rights as the prize.
Mexico Bill Cements Military’s Crime-Fighting Role. Some Civilians Are Uneasy. -World News
Mexico Bill Cements Military’s Crime-Fighting Role. Some Civilians Are Uneasy. 17 days ago
Critics say it would put the military beyond civilian oversight and remove the incentive for state and local leaders to build effective police forces.
29 Argentines Sentenced to Life in Prison in ‘Death Flights’ Trial -World News
29 Argentines Sentenced to Life in Prison in ‘Death Flights’ Trial 17 days ago
Argentina’s most high-profile human rights trial included testimony about the former military dictatorship’s practice of killing civilians by throwing them out of aircraft.
The FARC is now a political party. Get used to it -World News
The FARC is now a political party. Get used to it 17 days ago
A STORM that filled Bogotá’s streets with ice on November 1st was the second freakish event of the day in Colombia’s capital. The first took place in a hotel conference room, where the FARC, a guerrilla army turned political party, announced its cand
Jair Bolsonaro hopes to be Brazil’s Donald Trump -World News
Jair Bolsonaro hopes to be Brazil’s Donald Trump 17 days ago
IN THE arrivals hall of Belém’s airport the excitement is palpable. Hundreds of supporters of Jair Bolsonaro, a seven-term congressman and would-be president, gather under the steady gaze of a squad of policemen. Some hold banners with Mr Bolsonaro’s
Latin America’s voteathon -World News
Latin America’s voteathon 17 days ago
IN THE annals of Latin American democracy, Marcelo Odebrecht, a Brazilian construction magnate, will occupy a place of unique infamy. From Mexico to Argentina and many places in between, his Brazilian construction company bribed presidents, ministers and
Chile’s voters are in no mood for reckless radicalism -World News
Chile’s voters are in no mood for reckless radicalism 17 days ago
A WEEK before national elections, Chileans would normally be cursing the billboards and posters cluttering up their cities. On the eve of this year’s presidential and congressional elections, scheduled for November 19th, there is much less to complain a
Explaining turnout in Latin American elections -World News
Explaining turnout in Latin American elections 17 days ago
THE flurry of elections coming up in Latin America will not only choose new leaders. It will also provide a check-up on the health of democracy itself, which in most countries on the continent has been in place for only a few decades. Latin Americans appe