Editor of Alabama newspaper calls for of KKK 'to night ride again'

A small Alabama newspaper has advocated for the resurgence of America's most feared white supremacist terrorist organisation, the Ku Klux Klan.

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Pakistani PM willing to hold talks but warns India amid Kashmir tensions

Pakistan's prime minister has offered to hold talks with India but warned New Delhi to refrain from launching any attacks on his country following last week's suicide ...

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Judge orders Trump confidant Roger Stone to court over Instagram post

US President Donald Trump's longtime confidant Roger Stone has apologised to the judge presiding over his criminal case for an Instagram post featuring a photo of ...

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Ukrainian president signs constitutional amendment on Nato and EU membership

Ukraine's president has signed a constitutional amendment committing to join Nato and the European Union.

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Avalanche at Swiss ski resort buries 'several people'

An avalanche at the Swiss ski resort of Crans-Montana has buried "several people" and rescue teams have been deployed, police said.

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May blackmailing MPs over Brexit deal, Corbyn claims

The Labour leader claimed the British Prime Minister is seeking to take Brexit talks down to the wire.

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Marches take place across France against anti-Semitism

In Paris and dozens of other French cities, citizens and officials across the political spectrum are gearing up to march against anti-Semitism, following a series ...

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Smartphone ban for Russian soldiers

Russian politicians have approved a bill prohibiting military personnel from using smartphones on duty, a move intended to block leaks of sensitive information on ...

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Religious orders apologise for sex abuse inaction and cover-ups

Catholic religious orders from around the world have apologised for having failed to respond when their priests raped children, acknowledging that their family-like ...

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US presidential 2020 candidate Bernie Sanders is ‘determined’, says brother

The veteran was beaten by Hillary Clinton to the Democratic Party’s nomination for the presidency in 2016.

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EU proposes emissions standards for trucks

The European Union has reached a tentative agreement on the first specific EU standards for trucks, seeking to get polluting CO2 levels down.

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UN concerned about 200 families trapped in Syrian enclave

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has said she is concerned about the condition of some 200 families trapped in the last remaining area held by Islamic State ...

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Two men held after hand grenades found in car outside German station

German police are investigating two Bosnian men suspected of breaking arms control laws after discovering a stash of hand grenades in their car.

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Kim Jong-un will not give up nuclear weapons, says ex-diplomat

Kim Jong-un has no intention of giving up his nuclear weapons and sees the upcoming second summit with US President Donald Trump as a chance to cement his country's ...

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Shamima Begum can expect to be spoken to if she returns to UK – police chief

The teenager, who ran away to support IS in 2015, wishes to return home for the sake of her third child.

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Bernie Sanders announces 2020 presidential bid

He confirmed to a Vermont radio station today that he would be making a second bid for the White House.

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Brexit day still March 29, British government insists as Juncker hints at delay

Brexit Minister Martin Callanan said: ‘The Prime Minister has been very clear that we intend to leave on March 29.’

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People rescued after getting stuck on SeaWorld ride

The riders were lowered by harnesses and rescued by lifeguard boats.

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Trump pleads with Venezuela’s military to back Guaido

The US president’s words earned a scathing riposte from the country’s leader.

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Corbyn warned of more resignations by Labour MPs

Party leadership accused of failing to grasp the scale of anti-Semitism, during a stormy meeting of Labour MPs.

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Barclay to brief British Cabinet on latest Brexit negotiations

The UK's Brexit Secretary is said to have had a ‘productive’ meeting with the EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier.

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US states sue Trump over emergency wall declaration

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said the suit says the action violates the US Constitution.

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Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault trial delayed until June

The fallen movie mogul’s trial had been slated for May 6.

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Public urged to help digitalise millions of historical weather records

The data will help meteorologists unlock answers about the world’s changing climate.

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Protesters condemn Trump’s emergency declaration for border wall

The demonstrations used Presidents Day to attack Mr Trump’s proclamation as undemocratic and anti-immigrant.

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UK surgeons hail ‘world first’ op to tackle leading cause of sight loss

An 80-year-old woman has undergone pioneering gene therapy treatment.

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Scientists explain why microwaved grapes explode

Experiments show how grape halves create bright plasmas of super-hot electrically charged gas when exposed to microwave radiation.

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Great white shark’s giant genome could help humans

Understanding the great white shark’s ability to keep its DNA stable could help in the fight against cancer, say scientists.

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Gibraltar insists Spanish warship ‘incursion’ was challenge to sovereignty

Downing Street said Gibraltar’s sovereignty was not in doubt during the incident.

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Boat with 34 men, women and children on board intercepted in English Channel

Two Border Force cutters and a coastal patrol vessel intercepted the small rigid-hulled inflatable boat at around 6.30am on Monday.

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Ancient site linked to Julius Caesar's murder to open to the public

A complex of ancient temples in Rome that are linked to the scene of Julius Caesar's murder will be opened to the public.

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Pope Francis lifts suspension on Nicaraguan priest and poet

Pope Francis has lifted the suspension imposed in 1983 on Nicaraguan priest and poet Ernesto Cardenal, the Vatican's ambassador to Nicaragua said.

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New York City aims to stop discrimination based on hairstyles

New York City has unveiled novel anti-discrimination guidelines to ensure people do not have their hairstyles held against them.

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IS schoolgirl compares Manchester Arena bomb to military strikes in Syria

In an interview with the BBC, Shamima Begum, now 19, said the deaths of 22 innocent people in the terrorist attack on an Ariana Grande concert in 2017 were akin ...

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Israel-Central Europe summit cancelled after Polish pullout

Poland's prime minister has cancelled plans for his country to send a delegation to a meeting in Jerusalem after the acting Israeli foreign minister said that Poles ...

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Berlin to get single travel app for public and private services

So-called ‘deep integration’ apps are seen as important for cities trying to prevent people from clogging up congested roads with their own cars.

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Yemeni combatants agree on first stage of Hodeida pullback

Yemen's government and the Houthi rebels have agreed on the first stage of a mutual pullout of forces from the port city of Hodeida, a key entry point for humanitarian ...

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UK Government accused of ‘feckless and reckless’ approach to Brexit

Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary has urged Michael Gove to take a no-deal scenario off the table.

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European Parliament projects centre-right group to be top party in May vote

It projected that the centre-right Christian Democrat EPP group would remain the largest party ahead of the centre-left Socialist S&D.

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Trump hits out at officials involved in Russia probe

Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe’s new book details his concerns about potential foreign influence over the president.

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Profiled: The seven MPs who have resigned from the Labour Party

Chuka Umunna, Luciana Berger, Chris Leslie, Angela Smith, Gavin Shuker, Mike Gapes and Ann Coffey announced they had left the Labour Party on Monday.

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Sister of Croatian woman missing for 18 years held after body found in freezer

A body found in a freezer at a house in northern Croatia is apparently that of a woman who went missing more than 18 years ago, police said.

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France feels the Force as it recognises lightsabre duelling as a competitive sport

The famed weapon from George Lucas’s Star Wars film saga has been granted the same status as the foil, epee and sabre.

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Former FBI official: 'Crime may have been committed' by Trump

A former FBI deputy director has said that a "crime may have been committed" when Donald Trump sacked the head of the organisation and tried to publicly undermine ...

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May rejects Donald Trump’s call to take back captured IS extremists

Number 10 said fighters should be prosecuted where their crimes were committed rather than be sent back to the UK to stand trial.

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Japanese PM declines to comment on reports he nominated Trump for Nobel Prize

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has declined to say if he nominated US President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Kashmir tensions increase as more Indian soldiers die in fighting

Four Indian soldiers, two suspected militants and a civilian have been killed in a gun battle in disputed Kashmir, further escalating tensions in the region.

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Seven Labour MPs resign from party to form independent group

The Independent Group says its aim is to "reach across outdated divides and build consensus" on the challenges facing Britain.

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'She needs a chance' - Danny Dyer urges UK to let Shamima Begum return

The EastEnders star said the runaway schoolgirl must have been ‘lost within her soul’ to go to Syria.

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Did the fire brigade fail? Grenfell documentary examines role of the service

The Channel 4 programme will look at whether systematic mistakes ‘let both residents and firefighters down’.

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