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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Confederate monument removed in Maryland in ongoing nationwide crackdown

Another Confederate monument removed in Baltimore as post-Charlottesville crackdown continues

Another Confederate statue removed as post-Charlottesville crackdown continues

The monument is the latest to be removed after calls were renewed in the wake of the Charlottesville incident

Dandong Zhicheng, which allegedly bought North Korean coal, and four related front companies that were used to buy North Korean coal with U.S. dollars, according to a judge’s order authorizing the warrants

US prosecutors to impose measures on Chinese firms involved with North Korea

US prosecutors to impose measures on Chinese firms involved with North Korea

The move comes as a signal for Beijing to step up the pressure on Pyongyang as the nuclear crisis carries on

Prominent Donald Trump sh*tposter disappears off the internet - only to be found by the President himself

Prominent Donald Trump sh*tposter disappears off the net - only to be found by the President himself

Sh*tposter vanishes from internet, and is then found by the President himself

Simon Bravery had vanished until Donald Trump retweeted his anonymous Twitter account

Dozens hurt after train crashes in Philadelphia

Dozens hurt after train crashes in Philadelphia

Dozens hurt after train crashes in Philadelphia

Two Norristown High Speed line trains were involved in an overnight accident at the terminal on 69th Street

Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday, August 21, 2017

Oil tanker and US Navy vessel collide with each other near Singapore

USS John S. McCain: 10 injured after US Navy ship hits oil tanker near Singapore

Oil tanker and US Navy vessel collide with each other near Singapore

10 sailors are reported to be missing in the wake of the collision

Friday, August 18, 2017

Friday, August 18, 2017

Israeli minister claims US relations are more important than condemning neo-Nazis

Israeli minister claims US relations are more important than condemning neo-Nazis

Israeli minister claims US relations are more important than blasting neo-Nazis

Ayoub Kara, the minister of communications, defended US President Donald Trump over his 'proven' track record in opposing anti-semitism

Donald Trump tweeted a myth about pigs blood to response to Barcelona attack

Donald Trump tweeted a myth about pig's blood to response to Barcelona attack

Donald Trump tweeted a myth about pig's blood to response to Barcelona attack

The US President referenced how General Pershing supposedly dealt with terrorist when he caught them

CNN blasted for connecting Charlottesville incident to Barcelona terror attack

CNN blasted for connecting Charlottesville incident to Barcelona terror attack

CNN blasted for connecting Charlottesville incident to Barcelona terror attack

The network suggested the Spain incident - where a van mowed down pedestrians - may have been inspired by the car attack in Virginia

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Steve Bannon contradicts Donald Trump in unexpected interview, blasts far-right

Steve Bannon contradicts Donald Trump in unexpected interview, blasts far-right

Steve Bannon contradicts Donald Trump in unexpected interview, blasts far-right

The White House Chief Strategist made a series of remarks to a left-wing American magazine

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Charlottesville: 'Donald Trump's trying to distract from his losing hand,' says academic

Charlottesville: 'Donald Trump's trying to distract from his losing hand,' says academic

'Donald Trump's trying to distract from his losing hand,' says academic

Dr Simon Radford from the University of Southern California spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the US president's press conference on Tuesday

'If we don't impeach Trump, I'll move to Atlantis' - Twitter blasts Donald Trump over Charlottesville press conference

'If we don't impeach Trump, I'll move to Atlantis' - Twitter blasts Donald Trump over Charlottesville press conference

'If we don't impeach Trump, I'll move to Atlantis' - Twitter blasts Donald Trump

#ImpeachTrump has been trending in the wake of a press conference the US President gave in

'It's now impossible for any supporter to not know what he is' - J.K Rowling leads Twitter condemnation of Donald Trump

'It's impossible for supporters to not know what Donald Trump is' - JK Rowling leads condemnation

'They know what he is' - JK Rowling leads Twitter condemnation of Donald Trump

The US President gave an extraordinary press conference to defend his reaction to Charlottesville

Donald Trump defends Charlottesville performance, blasts 'violent alt-left'

Donald Trump defends Charlottesville performance, blasts 'violent alt-left'

Donald Trump defends Charlottesville performance, blasts 'violent alt-left'

The US President gave an extraordinary press conference in the lobby of Trump Tower on Tuesday evening

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Calls to remove Confederate monuments across America renewed after Charlottesville horror

Charlottesville: Calls to remove Confederate monuments across America renewed after horror in Virginia

Calls to remove Confederate monuments renewed after Charlottesville horror

The incident in Virginia where a car was rammed into crowds of anti-fascist protestors created national outrage across America

Iran threatens to leave nuclear agreement if US continues 'sanctions and coercion' policy

Iran warns Donald Trump: 'We'll leave nuclear agreement if you keep coercing us'

Iran warns Donald Trump: 'We'll leave nuclear agreement if you keep coercing us'

The nuclear agreement was agreed in July 2015 between Tehran and all of the major powers, ensuring Iran would limit its nuclear programme

James Mattis has said the ban on transgender individuals in the US military is not settled because the White House has not said anything further on it.   The ban, which was announced by Donald Trump on Twitter, has drawn high levels of criticism after it reversed progress made by his predecessor, Barack Obama.   But the Secretary of Defense may have fueled speculation of the ban remaining transient because he made clear the White House has not issued any further direction to the Pentagon in regard to it.

Donald Trump trans military ban: Defence chief James Mattis says White House hasn't issued direction

James Mattis says White House hasn't given direction on transgender military ban

The Secretary of Defense said nothing more had been said beyond the official announcement

'Donald Trump has crossed a line' over his response to Charlottesville, says international politics professor

'Donald Trump has crossed a line' over his response to Charlottesville, says politics expert

'Donald Trump has crossed a line' over Charlottesville response, says expert

Scott Lucas, a Professor of International Politics from the University of Birmingham, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the US president's reaction to the Virginia incident

Monday, August 14, 2017

Monday, August 14, 2017

Donald Trump has condemned all sides for Charlottesville. But here are some occasions when he wasn't so impartial

The times Donald Trump forgot to take an 'all sides' view

The US president has been vocal on many different issues and blasted numerous people over the course of his presidency

George Galloway: 'Donald Trump's capable of launching attack on North Korea, it's terrifyingly dangerous'

George Galloway: 'Donald Trump's capable of launching attack on North Korea, it's terrifyingly dangerous'

'Donald Trump is more than capable of launching an attack on North Korea'

Our host said the crisis between America and North Korea is at its tipping point

Drunk American in Germany is beaten up for allegedly displaying Nazi salute

Drunk American in Germany beaten up for 'displaying Nazi salute'

Drunk American in Germany beaten up for 'displaying Nazi salute'

Dresden Police confirmed the man was being investigated for a reported violation of the laws pertaining to symbols from a banned organisation

Drone footage shows moment car ploughs into pedestrians in Charlottesville

Charlottesville: Drone footage shows moment car ploughs into pedestrians

Drone footage shows moment car ploughs into pedestrians in Charlottesville

One woman died in the incident over the weekend

Guam governor backs Donald Trump's 'punch to the nose' in North Korea dispute

Guam governor backs Donald Trump's 'punch to the nose' strategy against North Korea

Guam governor backs Trump's 'punch to the nose' strategy against North Korea

Eddie Calvo has said he is grateful to the US President for taking a stand against the regime in Pyongyang after it threatened a strike on the Pacific island

Charlottesville: Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Charlie Wolf over Donald Trump's statement

Donald Trump supporter blasts Charlottesville criticism: 'You'd think he'd driven the car'

Donald Trump supporter defends president over Charlottesville criticism

Charlie Wolf suggested Donald Trump was the victim of a media witchhunt

White House moves to stem fallout over Trump response to Virginia attack

Virginia chaos: White House tries to stem fallout from Donald Trump's Charlottesville message

White House tries to stem fallout from Trump's Charlottesville response

There are calls for the US president to issue a stronger message of condemnation after one woman died at a white supremacist rally

Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday, August 11, 2017

Stephen Colbert mocks Donald Trump with opening monologue on the Late Show

Stephen Colbert mocks Donald Trump with opening monologue on The Late Show

Stephen Colbert mocks Donald Trump with opening monologue on The Late Show

The talk show host, who hosts The Late Show on CBS, asked what was tougher than 'fire and fury'

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Thursday, August 10, 2017

9/11 - the monumental task of identifying victims and the technology behind it

The incredible technology being used to identify 9/11 victims, 16 years on

9/11 - the incredible technology being used to identify victims

Advancements in technology allowed for a new victim of the terror attack in New York to be identified

Russia spy plane 'trolls' Donald Trump with legal flight over Washington DC

Russia spy plane 'trolls' Donald Trump with legal flight over Washington DC

Russia spy plane 'trolls' Donald Trump with legal flight over Washington DC

The plane was allowed to fly overhead due to a 1992 agreement

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

North Korea 'called Donald Trump's bluff over US deterrent', says Dr. Brian Klaas

'North Korea has called Donald Trump's bluff and his options are running out'

'North Korea has called Donald Trump's bluff and his options are running out'

Dr. Brian Klaas, from the London School of Economics, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the escalating situation between North Korea and the United States

North Korea raises tension with consideration of missile strike on Guam

North Korea raises tension with talk of missile strike on Guam

North Korea raises tension with talk of missile strike on Guam

The secretive state announced it was considering a missile strike on the US overseas territory

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Ken Livingstone 'disappointed but not surprised' by High Court Tony Blair decision

Ken Livingstone claims 'establishment and oil industry' saved Tony Blair from prosecution

Ken Livingstone claims 'establishment and big oil' saved Blair from prosecution

Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone spoke to George Galloway about the High Court decision to block a charge brought by a former Iraqi army commander

9/11 victim identified 16 years after terror attack in New York City

9/11 victim identified 16 years after terror attack in New York City

9/11 victim identified 16 years after terror attack in New York City

New advancements in DNA testing allowed the man - whose name has been withheld - to be identified

Donald Trump marks 200 days in office with Twitter tirade

Donald Trump marks 200 days in office with Twitter tirade

The US President went off on the social network

Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday, August 7, 2017

'North Korea normally cries wolf, but the difference now is Donald Trump', says research fellow

'North Korea normally cries wolf, but the difference now is Donald Trump', says research fellow

'North Korea normally cries wolf, but the difference now is Donald Trump'

Aidan Foster-Carter, an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Modern Korea, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the fresh sanctions imposed on the country by the US

Friday, August 4, 2017

Friday, August 4, 2017

North Korea blasts US decision to ban American travel to country

North Korea blasts US decision to ban American travel to country

North Korea blasts US decision to ban American travel to country

US passport holders will not be allowed to travel to the secretive country following a State Department decision

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Gas explosion in school kills two people in Minnesota

Gas explosion in school kills two people in Minnesota

Gas explosion in school kills two people in Minnesota

The incident occurred in the state capital of Minneapolis

Donald Trump suggests dismissal of US Afghanistan war commander

Donald Trump 'ready to fire US commander in Afghanistan'

Donald Trump 'ready to fire US commander in Afghanistan'

The US President is reportedly frustrated by the ongoing struggles in the region

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

American union files brief to defend TV host from coal executive legal action

American union files brief to defend John Oliver from legal action

American union files brief to defend TV host from coal executive legal action

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a brief in defence of HBO host John Oliver, who is being sued for defamation by Robert Murray

Donald Trump's daughter-in-law hosts 'real news' programme on Facebook

Donald Trump's daughter-in-law hosts 'real news' programme on Facebook

Donald Trump's daughter-in-law hosts 'real news' programme on Facebook

The video of Lara Trump - who is married to the US President's first-born son Eric - appeared on social media

American woman calls firefighters as boa constrictor strangles her

Woman's call to firefighters: 'Help, I have a boa constrictor stuck to my face.'

Woman's call to firefighters: 'Help, I'm being strangled by a boa constrictor'

The authorities had to literally chop off the head of the snake to save her

Amber Rudd calls on Silicon Valley tech giants to unite against terrorism

Amber Rudd calls on Silicon Valley tech giants to unite against terror

Amber Rudd calls on Silicon Valley tech giants to unite against terror

The Home Secretary is in California for the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism

Nasa offers huge salary for 'planetary protection officer'

Nasa offers huge salary for 'planetary protection officer'

Nasa offers huge salary for 'planetary protection officer'

Do you fancy taking on the responsibility of protecting the planet from aliens?

American artist causes waves with 'Zombie Trump' art

New 'Zombie Trump' artwork sends shockwaves through Mexico

New 'Zombie Trump' artwork sends shockwaves through Mexico

It provides yet another reason for Donald Trump to love Mexico

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Marvel comic editor suffers online abuse over selfie with co-workers

A new Gamergate? Female Marvel comic editor suffers online abuse over selfie with co-workers

Marvel comic editor suffers online abuse over selfie with co-workers

Heather Antos posted a selfie of herself getting a milkshake with her colleagues, and the internet heaped abuse onto her

Anthony Scaramucci removed from White House Communications role after ten days

Anthony Scaramucci removed from White House Communications role after just 10 days

Anthony Scaramucci removed from White House Communications role

Scaramucci had only been in the role for 10 days before a storm of publicity erupted around him

JK Rowling apologises for misconstruing Donald Trump in video of disabled boy

JK Rowling apologises for Donald Trump disabled boy tweet

JK Rowling apologises for Donald Trump disabled boy tweet

The Harry Potter author incorrectly assumed the US President had ignored a disabled boy in a video in the White House

Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday, July 31, 2017

China hits back at Donald Trump over North Korea tweet

China hits back at Donald Trump over North Korea tweet

China hits back at Donald Trump over North Korea tweet

The country's Foreign Ministry released a statement to Reuters to say all parties bore responsibility

America's west and east coasts in reach of North Korean missiles, claims report

North Korea missiles could reach American coast, Pyongyang claims

North Korea missiles could reach American coast, Pyongyang claims

The country said it had conducted a successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile over the weekend

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

After the freak accident at the Ohio State Fair, how safe are UK rides?

After the freak accident at the Ohio State Fair, how safe are UK rides?

After the freak accident at the Ohio State Fair, how safe are UK rides?

One person died and seven more were injured after the Fireball at the fair in Columbus suffered a major malfunction

One dead in horror accident on ride at Ohio State Fair

One dead in horror accident on ride at Ohio State Fair

One dead in horror accident on ride at Ohio State Fair

Seven were left injured after the attraction called the Fireball had a severe malfunction on the opening day of the fair in Colombus

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Ramsay, with his son Jack on the far right, joined the hunt (South Florida Water Management District)

Gordon Ramsey hunts down pythons in Florida - and then cooks them

Gordon Ramsey hunts down pythons in Florida - and then cooks them

The python hunt was approved by Florida authorities, and the British celebrity chef took part

'Even George Washington wouldn't support this President' - Twitter blasts Trump over transgender announcement

Twitter blasts Trump over transgender military announcement

The US President announced on social media transgender people would not be allowed to serve in the military

Donald Trump: 'Everything's fine, it's just media histrionics,' says commentator Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump: 'Everything's fine, it's just media histrionics,' says commentator Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump: 'Everything's fine, it's just media histrionics,' says commentator

Charlie Wolf defended the US president amid his latest controversy after an address to boy scouts in West Virginia

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Donald Trump's regime faces yet more scrutiny after his son-in-law was questioned in The Senate

Donald Trump is reaching the point of no return, says professor

Donald Trump is reaching the point of no return, says professor

Dr Brian Klaas spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the White House advisor's testimony to the Senate and subsequent statement regarding a meeting with a Russian lawyer

Charlie Gard: High Court Judge hopes lessons can be learned

Charlie Gard: Parents to return to High Court to ask to take him home to die

Charlie Gard's parents to ask High Court's permission to take him home to die

The parents of the terminally ill baby, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, dropped their legal battle on Monday

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