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Monthly Archives: October, 2018

Khashoggi Killers Will Face Justice, Says Crown Prince

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has pledged that the killers of journalist Jamal Khashoggi will face justice for their ‘heinous crime’. Speaking at an international investment conference in the capital Riyadh, he promised justice would prevail and that...

Spy Technology Puts British Troops Street Ahead In City Warfare

British scientists have tested artificial technology that gives troops an edge over the enemy on a battlefield. The tracks hostile movements and predicts enemy tactics by analysing streams of data gathered from drones, aircraft and sensors. Hailed as war-changing technology, the...

Trump Presidency Sees US Image Slump Worldwide

US President Donald Trump’s claim his administration has accomplished more in two years than most others was greeted with laughter at the United Nations - and new research shows he has presided over a slump in America’s image overseas. Despite...

President Admits State-Sponsored Killings As Only Sin

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has confessed his only political sin is ordering the killings of thousands of drug dealers without trial. Duterte has long been criticised for his lawless approach to ridding his country of the menace of drugs. Conservatives estimate...

Trump Accused Of Tax Evasion Over Gifts From Father

US President Donald Trump stands accused of lies and tax evasion over gifts from his father of $413 million. The New York Times alleges that Trump was involved in tax avoidance, fraud and lies over the amount of money his...

Legalising Cannabis Is A Smoking Gun For Governments

Legalising cannabis has long been a smoking gun for governments, but the end of prohibition has passed without a whimper in Canada. The Commonwealth nation has become the second country to allow personal use of the drug. Both Canada and Uruguay...

Mexico Slams The Door On Caravan Of Refugees

The ebb and flow of humanity across national borders is leaving governments around the world pondering about how to deal with refugees. The latest flashpoint is the border between Guatemala and Mexico, where a caravan of hundreds of Hondurans is...

Ryder Cup 2018: Europe Leave Their Egos At The Door

Europe thrashed the USA to win the Ryder Cup in a battle of egos, claims captain Thomas Bjorn. As so often in sport, a team of superstars failed to gel for the Americans, while a team of hard fighting players...

Game Of Thrones Star Helps In Search For Planet To Colonise

Finding a planet with all the boxes ticked to support human life is not as easy as it would seem in a universe full of choice. And the unlikely star of TV’s Game of Thrones has had a big say...

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Trump And Teenager Go Toe To Toe Over Climate Change Spat

A David and Goliath battle between US President Donald Trump and teenage climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg has broken...

Pineapples Are The Best Way To Keep Snorers Quiet

The best remedy to stop your partner snoring and keeping you awake is a pineapple, say scientists. But the solution is not to ram the...

Millions Face Losing WhatsApp Messaging In Big Switch Off

Millions of users of the social media network WhatsApp face a crunch time within a few days as the app will go offline for...

What You Need To Know About The Deadly Coronavirus

The outbreak of  deadly coronavirus in China has led to the death of nine people and left hundreds more infected. The virus is centred on...

New App Will Stop Forgotten Signups Taking Your Money

How many times have you signed up for a trial subscription service and forgotten to cancel the payment? Everyone is guilty, but now a new...