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New Zealand volcano: Criminal investigation launched after five killed and dozens injured in eruption
A criminal investigation has been launched into the eruption of a volcano in New Zealand which killed at least five people and left dozens more injured, police have said.
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New Zealand volcano eruption: five dead after White Island blast – latest updates
PM confirms five dead after White Island eruption, as health authorities say some of the injured will not survive severe burns. Follow rolling updates Five people dead and eight missing after New Zealand volcanic eruptionHow tourists became first-aiders on seas off White Island volcano 4.24am GMT I’m just catching up with a few other points from that news conference. John Tims from NZ police said that authorities had been working today to determine the conditions on the island. “This will be done by a drone able to carry specialised measuring equipment. This requires a boat getting into, within 1km of the island, in order to launch the drones. We are hoping to do this today. Unfortunately, we have had one attempt, the conditions have been against us and it’s been too windy. We will continue to do so today if weather permits,” Tims said. 4.19am GMT With regards to the foreign nationals affected by the volcanic eruption in New Zealand, a team of three officials from the NZ department of foreign affairs and trade has been deployed to Whakatane to support diplomatic missions of affected foreign nationals.In terms of the condition on the island currently, civil defence spokesperson, Sarah Stuart-Black, said: Continue reading...
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Borussia Dortmund chief defends Jadon Sancho amid Man Utd and Chelsea transfer links
England international Sancho has had disciplinary issues but Dortmund sporting director says it's part of growing up and insists there's no problem between club and player
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Moment Brit in Benidorm 'steals coach and goes on two-mile wrecking spree'
Damage to the coach will cost £25,000 alone after the 27-year-old went on a rampage which saw him smash into more than 30 cars and bikes before police eventually stepped in
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Democrats will announce TOMORROW they are drafting two articles of impeachment against Trump
Nancy Pelosi (bottom right), Jerrold Nadler (top right), and other Democrats will reportedly hold a news conference on Tuesday announce articles of impeachment against President Trump (left).
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Question Time man goes viral after making controversial Circle Game symbol on air
Senior politicians faced questions on housing and climate change from an audience of young people but one man in particular left many online asking some serious questions
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Motorists drive in unbelievable conditions as thick smoke descends on Sydney's M1
Traffic camera footage on the M1 highway about 50km north of Sydney, showed visibility down to a matter of metres while in Bondi the beach was barely visible from the foreshore.
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Napoli vs Genk: Champions League prediction, LIVE stream, TV channel, how to watch online
Almost everything is left to play for on the final night of action in Group E - where even the Champions League holders could crash out.
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Chile missing aeroplane: Antartica-bound plane with 38 passengers disappears
THE CHILEAN Air Force has reported that one of its cargo planes that was heading to a base in Antarctica with 38 on board, is now missing.
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Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool transfer plans as Joel Matip and Fabinho battle injury
Reds boss was asked whether he needs to sign centre-half in January transfer window after fears Lovren would join Matip and Fabinho on the treatment table
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New Zealand volcano: Hopes begin to fade for 8 missing after eruption which killed at least five
Hopes have begun to fade for the eight people who remained missing feared dead after a volcano erupted in New Zealand, killing at least five people.
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Chris Cornell's widow sues his former Soundgargen bandmates over unpaid royalties
Chris Cornell's widow Vicky Cornell is suing his former Soundgarden bandmates over unpaid royalties and has alleged strong-arming tactics over unreleased recordings.
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Election 2019: on the campaign trail with Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn – podcast
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are criss-crossing the country in a final dash to the campaign finish line. Rowena Mason and Heather Stewart have been following the leaders’ campaigns up close for weeks. Plus: Gabrielle Jackson on the deadly bushfires sweeping AustraliaWith just two days of campaigning left, Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson are frantically criss-crossing the country trying to squeeze out every last drop of potential support in the key seats they need to win. It has been a campaign marked by the dismal ratings of both leaders among voters enduring their third general election in five years. The Guardian’s political editor, Heather Stewart, has been following the progress of Jeremy Corbyn as he makes a final push for Downing Street, and Rowena Mason, deputy political editor, has been on board Boris Johnson’s battlebus. They tell Anushka Asthana that while Boris Johnson appears the more optimistic, the contest hangs in the balance. Continue reading...
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Benfica vs Zenit: Champions League prediction, LIVE stream, TV channel, how to watch online
Group G is one of the more convoluted pools heading into the final round of Champions League fixtures.
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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Jodie Comer hopes to kill off rivals in Golden Globe battle royal
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Stars of the hit Netflix drama The Crown led the British charge as nominations for the Golden Globe awards were announced yesterday.
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Ajax vs Valencia: Champions League prediction, LIVE stream, TV channel, how to watch online
Ajax and Valencia lock horns in the final round of Champions League matches with everything up for grabs in Group H on Tuesday night.
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What the papers say: NHS, BBC licence fee and volcano disaster
Boris Johnson’s car-crash interview over sick boy on A&E floor features alongside a BBC TV licence row and the deaths in New ZealandGeneral election coverage – focusing on the sick child whom Boris Johnson refused to look at, plus the perennial BBC TV licence debate – has combined with the New Zealand volcano disaster to create a series of dramatic front pages today.The i says simply: “No sign of life” over the top of an image of the White Island volcano’s eruption, as seen from the water. It says safety warnings were ignored for years at the country’s most active volcano. Continue reading...
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New Zealand volcano: Prime Minister shares bleak message as missing unlikely to be found
EIGHT PEOPLE are still missing and presumed dead after a volcano erupted on White Island, a small island off the coast of New Zealand.
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Dan Osborne shares adorable snaps of Jacqueline Jossa with kids by swimming pool
The former TOWIE star also shared his delight at waking up next to his wife after she had spent three weeks in the Australian jungle for I'm A Celebrity
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General election 2019: Labour seeks to keep focus on NHS
But the Tories attack Labour's spending plans and warn about a hung Parliament, with two days to the election.
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Carlo Ancelotti 'set for Napoli sack' amid links to Arsenal and Everton
Reports claim Napoli have Gennaro Gattuso lined up to replace Ancelotti after nine games without a win - which would mean Arsenal or Everton could land him for free
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Roman shipwreck from time of Jesus Christ found with 'exciting' cargo on board
A big archaeological breakthrough has seen a boat which sailed over 2,000 years ago discovered on the seabed of the Mediterranean - and now experts want it raised from the bottom of the ocean
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Borussia Dortmund v Slavia Prague: Champions League prediction, LIVE stream, TV channel, how to watch online
Borussia Dortmund still have it all to play for in the Champions League as they welcome Slavia Prague to the Westfalenstadion on Tuesday night.
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Trump called for Seoul evacuation at height of North Korea tensions, new book says
President’s diktat was ignored by his top officials, Peter Bergen writes in Trump and his Generals: The Cost of ChaosDonald Trump called for the population of Seoul to be moved during an Oval Office meeting when tensions between the US and North Korea were at their height, according to a new book about the president’s relations with the US military.In Trump and his Generals: The Cost of Chaos, the national security and counter-terrorism expert Peter Bergen also gives new details of Trump’s demands that the families of US service members in South Korea be evacuated, which the North Korean regime would have interpreted as a clear move towards war. In both cases, Trump’s impetuous diktats were ignored by his top officials. Continue reading...
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Orca grandmothers babysit young whales, study finds
Research on 378 killer whales finds those with grandmothers live longer and the older females help them when food is scarceDoting killer whale grandmothers help their grand calves survive, particularly in times of food scarcity, scientists reported in a paper that sheds new light on the evolutionary role of menopause.Orca females stop reproducing in their thirties or forties but can continue to live for decades more, a phenomenon known only to exist in humans and four other mammal species, all of which are whales. Continue reading...
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Donald Trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate rival 'clear and present danger,' Democrats claim
Donald Trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate a political rival is a "clear and present danger" to the upcoming election, Democrats have said as they ramp up their impeachment case.
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David Jason is accused of sexual harassment after he revealed he won an 'innuendo award
Speaking on the One Show last night, the actor, 79, revealed how he had won an award shaped liked a 'golden sausage' because of jokes he'd made.
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Western Australia's Imintji camping ground named one of the top places in the world to visit in 2020
Imintji, a remote camping ground in the outback of Western Australia, has been named one of the world's must-visit destinations in 2020 thanks to its wealth of natural attractions.
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PAUL THOMAS on... the Brexmas Election
'I admire the simplicity of your message - but feel free to lend a hand'
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'I've done nothing wrong' says Manchester City fan accused of racism
Anthony Burke (pictured) is alleged to have made monkey gestures towards Brazillian player Fred during Saturday's Manchester derby.
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: Professor Lucy dresses up for ding dong merrily on high
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Good Queen Worsley once looked out, on a lowly channel. Wearing gown and feathered cap, corsets made of flannel.
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Boeing insider says he warned company about problems months before fatal 737 Max crashes
A former Boeing manager says he warned the company about problems at its main factory in Washington state in the months before two 737 MAX planes crashed leaving 346 people dead.
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The unlikely tail of Indian monkeys on ancient fresco
Marie Nicole Pareja says the monkeys' tails are pointing upwards, meaning they were native to the Indus Valley in what is now Pakistan rather than North Africa or the Middle East.
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Police hunting man they fear stabbed women aged 61 and 71
Greater Manchester Police hunting for the person who is suspected of stabbing two women within half a mile of each other have released CCTV of a man they want to speak to.
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Labour candidate shares message suggesting Nick Robinson is biased due to his Jewish heritage
The party is under pressure to dump West Dunbartonshire candidate Jean Anne Mitchell for passing on the 'clearly anti-Semitic' message about the journalist.
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Labour's plans for more than 100 new quangos will cost taxpayers £13.2billion, say Tories
Jeremy Corbyn's plans to set up more than 100 new quangos will hit taxpayers with a £13.2 billion bill, according to Tory analysis. Labour's manifesto contains plans for dozens of new public bodies.
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UK weather forecast: Britain to be battered with gale-force winds of up to 70mph as Storm Atiyah causes disruption
Britain is set to be battered with gale-force winds of up to 70mph after Storm Atiyah hit the mainland sparking power failures and disrupting transport.
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Could a hot 'lipstick' end the misery of cold sores?
A German-engineered device, which is the size and shape of a lipstick, may help those infected with the HSV-1 virus, which causes cold sores.
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CRAIG BROWN: To servants, there's just one Prince of Oafs 
CRAIG BROWN: Recalling the two younger Princes, the Prince of Wales's housekeeper Wendy Berry found Edward 'utterly charming and polite', but Andrew boorish and rude.
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Inter Milan vs Barcelona: Prediction, team news, how to stream and watch on TV - Champions League preview
Inter Milan need a result at home to Barcelona to secure their places in the knockout stages, while the LaLiga side have already booked their passage from Group F.
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Rafa Benitez recalls message to Liverpool stars during chaotic half-time in Istanbul
Benitez had a plan to get Liverpool back into the game from 3-0 down in 2005 Champions League final, but confusion reigned when he was suddenly told one player couldn't continue
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Haringey stabbing: Fourth man knifed to death in five days in London
Victim in his forties pronounced dead at scene as suspect arrested on suspicion of murder
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Boy's tears after family miss Disneyland flight because they 'stood in wrong queue'
Five-year-old Jack Gray's family have hit out after he was left in tears after the family's planned trip to Disneyland Paris went awry at Bristol Airport.
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Labour’s Gardiner squirms as Newsnight’s Maitlis brilliantly exposes key election flaw
LABOUR’s Barry Gardiner was left squirming after his party’s election flaw was ruthlessly exposed by Emily Maitlis on BBC Newsnight.
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