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Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

BREAKING: Police confirm multiple dead after shooting in Orlando

Police confirm multiple dead after shooting in Orlando

Police confirm multiple dead after shooting in Orlando

The incident in question appears to have taken place at an unnamed business' headquarters

Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday, June 2, 2017

Russia backs Paris climate change agreement after US decides to withdraw

Russia backs Paris climate change agreement after US decides to withdraw

Russia backs Paris climate change agreement after US decides to withdraw

The announcement of sticking with the agreement was made clear by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovitch

Donald Trump widely condemned for pulling out of Paris climate change agreement

Donald Trump widely condemned for pulling out of Paris climate change agreement

Trump blasted for pulling out of Paris climate change agreement

The US President said he was pulling out of the agreement to protect US jobs

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

New footage of Orlando Pulse shooting shows harrowing moment police confront gunman Omar Mateen

New footage of Orlando Pulse gay nightclub shooting shows harrowing moment police confront gunman Omar Mateen

New footage of Orlando Pulse shooting shows moment police confront gunman

A total of 30 videos of bodycam footage has been released to the Orlando Sentinel

Fugitive and bounty hunters die in shootout at Texas car dealership

Fugitive and bounty hunters die in shootout at Texas car dealership

Fugitive and bounty hunters die in shootout at Texas car dealership

The incident took place in front of customers at the location in Greenville, northeast of Dallas

Donald Trump to announce decision on Paris climate change agreement

Donald Trump to announce decision on Paris climate change agreement

Reports have claimed the US president looks set to withdraw from the global agreement, which many have said would be a 'serious mistake'

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host US radio show

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host pro-Trump radio show

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host pro-Trump radio show

The Wikileaks founder said he was 'looking into' the opportunity after Sean Hannity offered him the chance to guest-host

Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' arrest

Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' arrest

Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' arrest

The former world Number one golfer is due to appear in court to face a charge of driving under the influence

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Potential drug tunnel found near Mexico's US border

Potential new drug tunnel found near US-Mexico border

Potential new drug tunnel found near US-Mexico border

Mexican officials discovered the tunnel and reported it to US immigration authorities

'Now watch me whip, watch me Covfefe' - Twitter reactions to Trump typo with hilarious memes

Covfefe: Donald Trump bombarded with memes and gifs as Twitter explodes in mirth

Covfefe: Donald Trump bombarded with memes and gifs as Twitter explodes in mirth

The President typed 'covfefe' into a tweet about negative press, and no-one is going to let him forget it

Covfefe: What did Donald Trump actually mean?

Covfefe: What did Donald Trump actually mean?

Here's five words the president 'might' have been trying to say

Friday, May 26, 2017

Friday, May 26, 2017

Manchester Arena: 'In our darkest hour, we've seen the best of our country', says Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says Jeremy Corbyn terror speech is wrong

Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says Corbyn has it all wrong

The mayor of Greater Manchester spoke to Paul Ross about the community in the wake of the terror attack on Monday

Manchester Attack: Man arrested as police carry out new raids across the city and Merseyside

Manchester Attack: Man arrested as police carry out new raids across the city and Merseyside

Man arrested in Manchester as police carry out new raids

The investigation into the bombing of Manchester Arena continues as Britain remains on critical alert

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Manchester attack: The New York Times defends its publication of leaked images

Manchester attack: New York Times defends its publication of leaked images

Manchester attack: New York Times defends its publication of leaked images

The media outlet published information leaked by US officials on Wednesday, infuriating UK authorities

Manchester attack: US intelligence leaks 'embarrassing', says security specialist Will Geddes

Manchester attack: US intelligence leaks 'embarrassing', says security specialist Will Geddes

Manchester attack: US intelligence leaks 'embarrassing', says Will Geddes

The security specialist spoke to James Whale and Ash Gould about the pictures leaked to The New York Times

Manchester Attack: Theresa May to confront Donald Trump over US media photo leaks

Manchester Attack: Theresa May to confront Donald Trump over US media photo leaks

Theresa May to confront Donald Trump over US media leaks

UK officials were furious after information about the Manchester attack investigation was leaked to the US press on Wednesday

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Operation Temperer - the plan to protect the United Kingdom from terrorism

What does Theresa May's terror threat level decision actually mean for us?

What does Theresa May's terror threat level decision actually mean for us?

Theresa May has become the first Prime Minister in history to implement the operation after the terror threat level was raised to 'critical'

Donald Trump reported to have hired toughest lawyer on Wall Street to counsel on Russia probe

Donald Trump 'hires toughest lawyer on Wall Street' for Russia probe

Donald Trump 'hires toughest lawyer on Wall Street' for Russia probe

Various news reports have said the US president has hired Marc Kasowitz to represent him as the investigation moves forward

Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

'Donald Trump had the chance to address human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia' says Amnesty International rep

'Donald Trump could have addressed human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia but failed to do so', say Amnesty

'Trump could have addressed Saudi human rights abuses but failed', say Amnesty

Allan Hogarth, Head of Advocacy and Programmes at Amnesty International UK, spoke to Paul Ross about the US President's first overseas trip

Israel adopts measures to improve Palestinian lives at Donald Trump's request

Israel adopts measures to improve Palestinian lives at Donald Trump's request

Israel adopts measures to improve Palestinian lives at Donald Trump's request

The US President is due to arrive in Israel on Tuesday, and measures to facilitate Palestinian lives and economy were adopted by the state as a 'good-faith gesture' following his request

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017

US school defends using pepper spray on students for school project

US school defends using pepper spray on students for school project

US school defends using pepper spray on students for school project

The incident happened at Barberton High School in Ohio

Chinese fighters intercept US AIr Force plane over the East China Sea

Chinese fighters intercept US Air Force plane over East China Sea

Chinese fighters intercept US Air Force plane over East China Sea

The US Air Force said the Chinese aircraft were acting in an unprofessional manner

New York City: Times Square driver 'heard voices', say law enforcement

New York City: Times Square driver 'heard voices', say law enforcement

New York City: Times Square driver 'heard voices', say law enforcement

26-year-old Richard Rojas is to appear in court to face charges of second-degree murder, vehicular homicide and attempted murder

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Terence Crutcher: Family of black man outraged after white police officer is cleared of manslaughter

Terence Crutcher family outraged after police officer who shot unarmed black man cleared

Terence Crutcher family outraged as officer who shot unarmed black man cleared

Terence Crutcher was killed by Betty Shelby in September 2016, who says she fired out of fear at the unarmed Terence Crutcher

Former FBI head Robert Mueller appointed as special counsel to Trump-Russia investigation

9/11 FBI boss Robert Mueller appointed as special counsel to Trump-Russia investigation

9/11 FBI boss Robert Mueller appointed as special counsel to Trump-Russia probe

The former director of the FBI, who guided the FBI through the horror 9/11, has been authorised to conduct an investigation into the US president's campaign links to Russia

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

New Orleans authorities remove third monument from Confederate era

New Orleans removes third Confederate-era monument

New Orleans removes third Confederate-era monument

A monument to General Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard was removed as monument supporters waved confederate flags

Donald Trump believes he is unfairly treated

Donald Trump blasts media after Russia furore: 'No politician in history has been treated worse than me'

Trump says 'no politician has ever been treated worse than me'

US President hits back after reports of Russia ties

Chelsea Manning: A look back on the US soldier's life following her release from prison

Chelsea Manning, a timeline of turmoil: How an army analyst became world's most famous whistleblower

How army analyst Chelsea Manning became world's most wanted whistleblower

Manning was released from prison today after her sentence was commuted in January

Israeli officials express fear over Donald Trump allegedly sharing information with Russia

Israeli officials turn on Trump over Russia reports

Israeli officials turn on Trump over Russia reports

Two Israeli intelligence officials told Buzzfeed News the country had shared information with the US, and it appeared to match what Russia was told last week

Donald Trump reportedly asked James Comey to drop the FBI inquiry into Michael Flynn.   US media is reporting this allegation based off a memo which was supposedly written by the former FBI director himself.   The memo is believed to have been written immediately after a meeting in which the US president urged Comey to drop the inquiry into the former national security advisor's links to Russia.   The meeting supposedly took place one day after Flynn had resigned from his position after it emerged he had mi

Donald Trump asked James Comey to drop FBI probe into Russia ties - reports

Donald Trump asked James Comey to drop FBI probe into Russia ties - reports

US media is reporting the former FBI director was asked to leave the inquiry into the former national security adviser's links to Russia

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Donald Trump reportedly shared 'highly classified' Isis intelligence with Russian officials

Donald Trump admits sharing Isis intel with Russia: 'I have every right to do it'

Donald Trump admits sharing Isis intel with Russia: 'I have every right to do it

The information was supposedly shared when the US president met Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with the ambassador last week

Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday, May 15, 2017

Donald Trump reportedly considering 'purge' of high-ranking White House staff

Donald Trump reportedly considering 'purge' of high-ranking White House staff

Donald Trump reportedly considering 'purge' of high-ranking White House staff

The US President is still dealing with the fallout surrounding his dismissal of FBI director James Comey

Friday, May 12, 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

A military exercise in the Pacific Ocean was cancelled after a French landing craft became stranded.   The incident came during a joint exercise between Japanese, British, French, and American forces.   The exercise came as the craft attempted to land on the American island of Guam in the Mariana Archipelago.  It had been meant to be a demonstration of strength to counter the growing Chinese presence in the region.   However, the landing damaged the propellor of the vehicle, which led to the exercise being

Military exercise in the Pacific postponed after French craft gets stranded

Military exercise in the Pacific postponed after French craft gets stranded

The incident came during a joint exercise between the French, Japanese, British and American forces

Kushner family pulls out of China business pitch after corruption allegations

Family of Trump's son-in-law pulls out of China business pitch after corruption allegations

Kushner family pulls out of China business trip after corruption claim

The family had allegedly been using Jared Kushner's connections in the White House to woo investors

Donald Trump admits 'made up' Russia story played a part in his decision to fire James Comey

Donald Trump admits 'made up' Russia story played a part in James Comey sacking

Donald Trump admits 'made up' Russia story played a part in James Comey sacking

Democrats have accused the US president of firing Comey to try to dampen the FBI inquiry into Russian conduct during US election

Australia considering NATO request to send more troops to Afghanistan, says Malcolm Turnbull

Australia considering NATO request to send more troops to Afghanistan, says PM

Australia considers NATO request to send more troops to Afghanistan

The country has close to 300 soldiers in Afghanistan, and Malcolm Turnbull is considering sending more

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Thursday, May 11, 2017

New PR headache for United Airlines as man's reservation is cancelled for filming employee during confrontation

United Airlines faces fresh headache as man loses reservation for filming clash with staffer

United Airlines faces fresh headache as man loses reservation for filming clash

The incident is the latest PR headache for United Airlines, in the wake of a series of highly publicised incidents

Work crews guarded by police as they remove statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in New Orleans

Clashes in New Orleans as statue of white supremacist leader Jefferson Davis removed

Clashes in New Orleans as statue of white supremacist leader removed

The statue of Jefferson Davis was removed under heavy police presence in New Orleans

Donald Trump and Rex Tillerson meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov amid James Comey controversy

Donald Trump and Rex Tillerson meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov amid James Comey controversy

Trump and Tillerson meet Sergey Lavrov amid James Comey controversy

The meeting came at a sensitive time after the US president fired the FBI director earlier in the week

US radio station sparks outrage with advice to conceal child pornography

US radio station sparks outrage with advice to conceal child pornography

US radio station sparks outrage with advice to conceal child pornography

Cave 97.7 FM issued on-air statements over a two-year period which gave tips on how to hide illicit material

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Soldier Chelsea Manning to be released from prison next week

Soldier Chelsea Manning to be released from prison next week

Soldier Chelsea Manning to be released from prison next week

Former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning leaked classified documents to WikiLeaks during the Iraq war

Tunnel collapses at American site which has made nuclear weapons for decades

Tunnel collapses at American nuclear weapons site

Tunnel collapses at American nuclear weapons site

Officials said no-one was hurt when the tunnel fell in at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation site

Donald Trump has dismissed FBI director James Comey because of his handling of the investigation pertaining to Hillary Clinton's emails.   The surprise move came from the White House overnight, making Comey the second FBI director to be fired from his position.   The former director was reported to have been addressing FBI agents in Los Angeles when the news was announced on television.   The 56-year-old is believed to have thought the news was a joke or prank at first, but then received an official letter

Donald Trump fires James Comey over his handling of Hillary Clinton email investigation

Donald Trump fires James Comey over his handling of Clinton email probe

This former FBI director is believed to have thought it was a prank when he saw it announced on TV

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Michael Sandford 'heard voices' when he tried to shoot Donald Trump at Las Vegas rally

Michael Sandford 'heard voices' when he tried to shoot Donald Trump at Las Vegas rally

Michael Sandford 'heard voices' when he tried to shoot Donald Trump in Las Vegas

The 21-year-old British man has been returned to the United Kingdom after being incarcerated in the US

Monday, May 8, 2017

Monday, May 8, 2017

Two dead and eight injured after shooting in Chicago

Two dead, eight injured after shooting in Chicago

Two dead, eight injured after shooting in Chicago

The incident took place at a memorial for a person who had been fatally shot in a suspected gang incident

Friday, May 5, 2017

Friday, May 5, 2017

Two dead after UPS plane crashes at Yeager Airport, West Virginia

Two dead after UPS plane crashes at Yeager Airport, West Virginia

Two dead after UPS plane crashes at Yeager Airport, West Virginia

Plane crashed at 7am local time

Russian planes intercepted by US air force near Alaska

Russian planes intercepted by US air force near Alaska

Russian planes intercepted by US air force near Alaska

Russia Today is claiming the planes were on a routine training mission over neutral airspace in the Pacific

North Korea claims CIA and South Korean intelligence tried to assassinate Kim Jong-un

North Korea claims CIA plotted to assassinate Kim Jong-un

North Korea claims CIA plotted to assassinate Kim Jong-un

The state claims an attempt on the leader's life with a 'bio-chemical substance' was made by the US and South Korea

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Melania Trump starts Twitter frenzy by liking tweet criticising her relationship with Donald Trump

Melania Trump likes tweet criticising her relationship with Donald Trump

The First Lady of the United States has sent imaginations running wild on Twitter

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Donald Trump to temporarily stick with NAFTA in surprising u-turn

Donald Trump to temporarily stick with Nafta in surprising u-turn

Donald Trump to temporarily stick with Nafta in surprising u-turn

One of the President's campaign pledges was to remove the trade agreement

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Eight year old boy drives family van to McDonalds after learning to drive on YouTube

Eight-year-old boy drives family van to McDonalds after learning to drive on YouTube

Eight-year-old boy drives family van to McDonalds after learning on YouTube

He really had a craving for a cheeseburger

Foreign media gathers in Pyongyang for North Korea's 'big and important event'

Foreign media gathers in Pyongyang for North Korea's 'big and important event'

Foreign media gathers in Pyongyang for North Korea's 'big and important event'

The reclusive state has planned some sort of event for Thursday, which is suspected to be a possible weapons test

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

French government left furious after Syrian official attends Paris conference

French government left furious after Syrian official attends Paris conference days after being banned from Brussels meeting

French government left furious after Syrian official attends Paris conference

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Ayman Soussan was invited to a meeting to discuss the conflict at the Russian cultural centre in a move which angered French ministers

Friday, April 7, 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017

Russia suspends military communications with US over Syria

Russia suspends military communications with US over Syria

Russia suspends military communications with US over Syria

Russia has said that a communication channel, originally set up to avoid midair collisions between the US and Russia, will be suspended

'The UK can't intervene in Syria unless they're certain it will work', says foreign affairs committee

'The UK can't intervene in Syria unless they're certain it will work', says foreign affairs committee chair

'The UK can't intervene in Syria unless they're certain it will work'

The US has carried out a missile strike against a Syrian air base, after a suspected chemical attack in Syria which killed at least 80 people

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