20:26 Justine Damond’s memorial held in Minneapolis as cops’ phones searched for evidence37
21:56 Cassie Sainsbury case: Australian in Colombia must now face a full trial over drug-mule allegations33
08:59 Casualties reported after bus crashed in Battersea in south west London35
13:05 Did missing journalist Kim Wall die on Danish inventor’s homemade submarine?29
20:42 United Nations unanimously adopts tougher sanctions on North Korea92
06:45 Latest: No Irish injured in earthquake which killed two and injured over 100 on Greek Island63
04:52 Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary151
12:07 Donald Trump renews attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions137
Sierra Leone mudslide: Hundreds killed in Freetown, including children, as hunt for survivors continues
A DEADLY mudslide in Sierra Leone has killed at least 312 people including 60 kids after buildings were flattened near the country’s capital today. The Sun reports storms swept through Freetown, flooding downtown streets and creating mudslides in hilly areas. One such mudslide in the Regent area reportedly happened in the dead of night while many residents
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Donald Trump should ask Congress to authorise use of force against North Korea
We are in the middle of a dangerous and frightening crisis. We do not know what further steps North Korea will take to advance its nuclear program. And we do not know what the United States will do in response to any such steps. Mr Trump has promised "fire and fury" in response to threats from Kim Jong Un. He has stated American forces are "locked and loaded"
Did missing journalist Kim Wall die on Danish inventor’s homemade submarine?
Where is missing journo Kim Wall? 1:10 Last Friday, Swedish journalist Kim Wall went on a trip in a "homemade submarine" and never returned. Now, the inventor of the vessel, Peter Marsden, is in the spotlight for her 'manslaughter'. HE’S an eccentric but celebrated inventor affectionately known as “Rocket” and the “crazy professor” but now Peter Madsen
Peter Madsen: Did a Danish entrepreneur sink his homemade submarine with a journalist aboard?
The Danish inventor charged with manslaughter over the suspected death of a Swedish journalist wanted to fly into space and once said he was "a curse" on the submarine at the centre of the case. Peter Madsen, 46, was rescued after his DIY submarine, the UC3 Nautilus, sank off Copenhagen at about midnight last Thursday. Swedish journalist Kim Wall, 30, was on the submarine
Charlottesville clashes prompt protesters to speak out against white supremacists
Protesters decrying hatred and racism have converged around the United States, saying they felt compelled to counteract the white supremacist rally that spiralled into deadly violence in Virginia. Charlottesville descended into violence on Saturday after neo-Nazis, skinheads, Ku Klux Klan members and other white nationalists gathered to "take America
Donald Trump condemned for silence on white supremacist ‘terrorism’
Trump's remarks on Charlottesville "pretty clear": CIA chief1:16 CIA Director Mike Pompeo defends President Trump's remarks on Charlottesville saying he was "frankly pretty unambiguous," while the city's mayor criticized Trump for not saying the words "white supremacy." THE White House is under siege as Donald Trump faces renewed criticism over his response
US police charge driver that rammed crowd in Charlottesville
The man who allegedly drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters at a white supremacist rally in Virginia has been charged with second degree murder. Police in Charlottesville identified the man as 20-year-old James Alex Fields from Ohio. Police on Saturday charged Fields with one count of second degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding
Charlottesville: Why was Donald Trump's response to the white supremacy rally so controversial?
US President Donald Trump has come under fire for comments he made about a deadly clash between white nationalists and anti-racism protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr Trump has been criticised for not explicitly condemning the white supremacists — described as "Nazis" by Virginia's governor — behind the original rally. The rally was organised
China's Xi Jinping urges calm in call with Donald Trump as US-North Korea tensions rise
China's President Xi Jinping has told US President Donald Trump there needs to be a peaceful resolution to the North Korean nuclear issue. In a telephone call with Mr Trump, the Chinese President urged all sides to avoid words or action that raised tensions. Mr Xi's comments came hours after Mr Trump warned North Korea that the US military was "locked
Italian tourist arrested over killing of hotel worker at Egyptian resort
Cairo: An Italian tourist has been detained in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Marsa Alam on suspicion of killing a supervisor on a hotel building site, judicial sources said. The supervising engineer died after becoming involved in a brawl on Thursday when he warned the tourist not to enter a restricted area, the sources said. The Tourism Ministry said on Friday
Trump says he's open to military intervention in Venezuela
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is expressing concern over the growing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and not ruling out military action as a response. Trump told reporters Friday that all options remain on the table in response to anti-democratic actions in Venezuela, including military intervention. Venezuela's defense minister called Trump's