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Brazilian court orders arrest of Italian former leftwing guerrilla

Brazilian court orders arrest of Italian former leftwing guerrilla

A supreme court judge in Brazil has ordered the arrest of an Italian writer and former leftwing guerrilla wanted in Italy for four murders attributed to a far-left group in the 1970s. Cesare Battisti, 63, a former member of Armed Proletarians for...

Guardian, yesterday, 14:20
 
Yemen ceasefire: hope gives way to concerns about implementation

Yemen ceasefire: hope gives way to concerns about implementation

Initial hope after a breakthrough round of peace talks on Yemen in Sweden has quickly given way to worries over how the new measures will be implemented. The UN secretary general, António Guterres, said on Thursday that the Houthi rebels and the...

Guardian, yesterday, 14:20
 
Japan medical schools 'rigged women's results'

Japan medical schools 'rigged women's results'

At least nine Japanese medical schools manipulated admissions, in part to exclude female students, a government investigation has found. The inquiry was launched in August, after the prestigious Tokyo Medical University (TMU) was found to have...

BBC, yesterday, 14:04
 
Police look at whether Strasbourg attacker had accomplices

Police look at whether Strasbourg attacker had accomplices

French police are investigating whether the gunman who killed three people in an attack near Strasbourg’s Christmas market had accomplices. Chérif Chakatt was shot dead by police in Strasbourg on Thursday night after a 48-hour manhunt. The...

Guardian, yesterday, 14:03
 
Boy, 16, convicted of rape and murder of Wolverhampton girl

Boy, 16, convicted of rape and murder of Wolverhampton girl

A 16-year-old boy who killed a schoolgirl and dumped her body on a park bench has been found guilty of rape and murder. The youth, who cannot be named because of his age, remained composed in the dock as a jury at Wolverhampton crown court unanimously...

Guardian, yesterday, 14:03
 
Mum drowned four-year-old daughter in bath then set fire to her body, murder trial told

Mum drowned four-year-old daughter in bath then set fire to her body, murder trial told

A mother has gone on trial accused of drowning her four-year-old daughter and then setting fire to her body on a coffee table. Carly Ann Harris is facing a murder charge following the tragic death of little Amelia Brook Harris. A jury heard today the...

Daily Record, yesterday, 13:57
 
Beware of burning candles when enjoying hygge, say scientists

Beware of burning candles when enjoying hygge, say scientists

Hygge has a dark side. The Danish art of being cosy, specifically its association with the warm glow of candlelight, comes at a price: exposure to possibly dangerous levels of fumes and an increase in house fires. Research on mice by scientists at...

Guardian, yesterday, 13:48
 
'We did our best': police who rushed to Skripal scene tell of shock and pride

'We did our best': police who rushed to Skripal scene tell of shock and pride

Two police officers who rushed to help the Russian former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter after they were attacked with a nerve agent have described how emergency first responders and a passing doctor helped save the pair. Sgt Tracey Holloway and...

Guardian, yesterday, 13:33
 
Man dies after falling from Christmas tree in Kirkcaldy

Man dies after falling from Christmas tree in Kirkcaldy

A man has died after falling from a town’s Christmas tree in central Scotland. Emergency services were called when people leaving a nearby club early on Friday found the injured man in a street in Kirkcaldy, Fife. He was taken to Victoria Hospital but...

Guardian, yesterday, 13:18
 

Cohen insists he was directed by Trump to break the law

US President Donald Trump's former lawyer insists he was directed by his boss to make hush money payments during the 2016 presidential campaign. Speaking after he was sentenced to prison for campaign finance and fraud crimes, Michael Cohen told ABC...

BBC, yesterday, 13:13
 

What chance has Nasa of finding life on Mars?

It could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth, say scientists connected with Nasa's next rover mission. The six-wheeled robot is due to touch down on the Red Planet in 2021 with the specific aim of trying to...

BBC, yesterday, 13:13
 
Cesare Battisti: Brazil 'issues arrest warrant' for ex-militant

Cesare Battisti: Brazil 'issues arrest warrant' for ex-militant

An arrest warrant has been issued in Brazil for a former communist militant wanted for four murders in Italy during the 1970s, according to local media. Cesare Battisti has lived in Brazil as a refugee with the backing of former left-wing president...

BBC, yesterday, 13:13
 
Kosovo to create army in defiance of Serbia and Nato

Kosovo to create army in defiance of Serbia and Nato

Kosovo’s parliament has overwhelmingly approved the formation of an army, a week after Serbia’s premier suggested the move could provoke military intervention by Belgrade. All 107 MPs present in the 120-seat assembly voted in favour of passing three...

Guardian, yesterday, 12:48
 
Donald Trump knew hush money was wrong, says Cohen

Donald Trump knew hush money was wrong, says Cohen

Donald Trump knew he was doing wrong when he directed hush money to be paid to two women during the 2016 election, his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has said in a television interview. “He directed me to make the payments. He directed me to...

Guardian, yesterday, 12:33
 
World’s first lab-grown steak revealed – but the taste needs work

World’s first lab-grown steak revealed – but the taste needs work

The first steak grown from cells in the lab and not requiring the slaughter of a cow has been produced in Israel. The meat is not the finished article: the prototype costs $50 for a small strip, and the taste needs perfecting, according to its makers....

Guardian, yesterday, 12:33
 


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