Monday, September 21, 2015



London Mayor Sadiq Khan has told Donald Trump he should expect loud protests if he visits London this year.

London Marathon takes place in record breaking heat

This year's London Marathon was the hottest on record, according to weather forecasters. More than 40,000 runners have set

Melania plans 1st state dinner

It was three days before the most important dinner party she has ever hosted, but Melania Trump was not

Nude gunman kills 3 at US restaurant

A nude gunman shot dead three people and injured at least four more in the early hours of Sunday

300 personalities sign manifesto against new anti-Semitism

More than 300 French dignitaries and stars have signed a manifesto denouncing a "new anti-Semitism" marked by "Islamist radicalization"

UK First Minister exit 'does not help Sargeant family'

UK's First Minister Carwyn Jones' decision to stand down does not help Carl Sargeant's

Hunt threatens social media with new laws

Jeremy Hunt has threatened social media firms with new laws if they don't do

12 die in Afghan election centre blast

A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a voter registration centre in the Afghan

Armenia faces crunch talks after unrest

Nikol Pashinyan has been leading calls for Mr Sargsyan to resign over a constitutional

Dog receives police honors in Australia

 A deaf and partially blind dog that kept a lost three-year-old girl safe in Australian bushland overnight was awarded

US students walk out again to protest gun violence

Demanding an end to gun violence and tougher restrictions on firearm sales, thousands of students again walked out of

Democrats sue Trump, Russia and Wikileaks

The Democratic Party in the US is suing Russia, the Trump campaign and the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks for conspiring

Rare brown bear dies in Italy

A national park in central Italy is investigating the death of a rare brown bear during an operation to

Nicaragua protest kills ten people

Ten people have been killed in Nicaragua in three days of clashes between police and opponents of changes to

Canada braces for US asylum seekers

The number of asylum seekers from the United States crossing forests and farmers' fields on foot to reach Canada

Charles to be next Commonwealth head

The Prince of Wales will succeed the Queen as head of the Commonwealth, its

UK PM: Compensation for Windrush generation

Theresa May has said that members of the Windrush generation who have been treated

Engine inspections ordered after accident

US and European aviation authorities have ordered emergency inspections of jet engines similar

Ten killed as Nicaragua crisis deepens

Ten people have been killed in Nicaragua in three days of clashes between police

China challenges Australian warships in South China Sea

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull asserted the right of the Australian navy to travel the South China Sea, after local

Trump invited Putin to US during phone call: Russia

US President Donald Trump invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to the United States during a phone call, and

Bahrain sentences 24 Shias to jail

A Bahrain court sentenced 24 Shia citizens to prison and stripped them of their nationality after finding them guilty

US school shootings rise rapidly in two decades

Mass shootings at US schools are rising rapidly, killing more people in the last 18 years than in the

Woman dies in London care home fire

The London Fire Brigade said on Friday (April 20) a woman has been confirmed dead in a fire at

Occupied Paris varsity site cleared

French police swooped before dawn on Friday to clear out around 100 people who had occupied a Paris university

Miguel Diaz-Canel opens new chapter for Cuba

After the Soviet Union collapsed, Miguel Diaz-Canel used a bicycle to get around his hometown of Santa Clara, a

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