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  • Peaceful start to direct rule in Catalonia

    30 October 2017 6:36 PM 21

    Ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont travelled to Belgium with several other members of his sacked administration, a senior member of Spain's ruling People's Party said on Monday. Spain's state prosecutor, Attorney-General Jose Manuel Maza, called for charges of rebellion and sedition, as well as fraud and misuse of funds, to be brought against

  • Tensions ahead of Australia camp closure on PNG

    30 October 2017 6:16 PM 32

    Tensions were high on a Papua New Guinea island on Sunday as authorities prepared to close an Australian refugee camp, with local police calling for calm as some detainees refused to move. The Manus Island detention centre, to close on Tuesday, is one of two Pacific camps where asylum-seekers who try to enter Australia by boat are sent for processing

  • Former Trump aides plead not guilty to charges in Russia probe

    30 October 2017 5:48 PM 29

    Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and two other senior aides have been charged as part of the investigation into Russia's manipulation of the 2016 election, bombshell court documents revealed Monday. Paul Manafort and associate Rick Gates were hit with a dozen indictments ranging from conspiracy against the United States to money laundering, while

  • Manafort, Gates indicted in Russia probe

    30 October 2017 3:22 PM 19

    US President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and a former Manafort business associate, Rick Gates, have been indicted on felony charges of conspiracy against the US, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, and several other financial counts involving tens of millions of dollars routed through offshore accounts. The indictments

  • Concentration of carbon dioxide in atmosphere hits record high: UN

    30 October 2017 10:45 AM 15

    GENEVA: The concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has hit a new high, the UN said Monday, warning that drastic action is needed to achieve targets set by the Paris climate agreement. "Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere surged at a record-breaking speed in 2016," the World Meteorological Organization said. "Globally averaged

  • Octopuses come ashore in dozens and crawl up New Quay beach in Wales

    30 October 2017 9:39 AM 10

    Dozens of octopuses have been spotted emerging from the sea at night and crawling up New Quay beach in Ceredigion, Wales, both perplexing and exciting beachgoers. SeaMor, a company that runs dolphin-watching boat trips in the area, posted two videos to their Facebook page across the weekend showing octopuses moving across the sand. Their emergence from the sea is a strange

  • Lighthorseman star recalls cavalry charge

    30 October 2017 1:50 AM 12

    Actor Peter Phelps replicated his ancestor's actions when riding in the cavalry charge in The Lighthorsemen, the film recreation of 1917's Battle of Beersheba. One of the actor's first screen roles was the 1987 film The Lighthorsemen, based on the famed battle, when Australians of the Light Horse Brigade charged head-on into live fire to take the Middle

  • Donald Trump unleashes Twitter fury in wake of reported charges in Russian investigation

    29 October 2017 7:56 PM 12

    United States President Donald Trump has unleashed a barrage of fresh criticisms over the investigation into his alleged ties to Russia, calling reports charges against him had been approved as a "phony" distraction from Republican policy reforms. "All of this 'Russia' talk right when the Republicans are making their big push for historic Tax Cuts & Reform

  • British Minister Mark Garnier to be investigated over sexual harassment allegation

    29 October 2017 7:28 PM 12

    Britain's Cabinet Office will investigate whether International Trade Minister Mark Garnier breached conduct rules by asking his secretary to buy sex toys as allegations of sexual harassment roil Parliament. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said Mr Garnier will face an investigation after his former secretary told The Mail on Sunday Mr Garnier gave her money

  • U.K. officials to investigate minister in sex toy case

    29 October 2017 3:39 PM 39

    Former secretary of Mark Garnier says he gave her money to buy vibrators, called her disparaging name Britain's Cabinet Office will investigate whether an international trade minister breached conduct rules by asking his secretary to buy sex toys, as allegations of sexual harassment roil Parliament. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says Mark Garnier, a Conservative