'We cannot wait to meet our newest addition': Chelsea Clinton announces pregnancy

The couple has a daughter Charlotte born in 2014 and a son Aidan born in 2016.

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Rachel Riley: I received hate-filled abuse for speaking out on anti-Semitism

The Countdown presenter was speaking at a Holocaust Memorial Day reception at the House of Commons.

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US High Court allows military to implement transgender restrictions

The court’s decision clears the way for the Pentagon to bar enlistment by people who have undergone a gender transition.

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Search for plane carrying Emiliano Sala suspended for the day, police say

Guernsey Police have announced that search and rescue operations for the plane which was carrying new Cardiff signing Emiliano Sala have been suspended for the day, ...

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Evo Morales marks 13 years as Bolivia’s president as he plans to stand again

A court has allowed him to run despite a constitutional ban and referendum result against such a move.

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Chris Brown in custody in Paris over rape allegation, French police say

US singer Chris Brown has been detained in Paris after a rape accusation, according to French police.

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School at centre of Washington protest row closes for the day

President Donald Trump said in a tweet that it has emerged some of the boys had been the victims of Fake News.

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Police to interview man after digger attack destroys front of Liverpool hotel

Merseyside Police were called to the scene and said the driver left the vehicle and made off on foot in the direction of Edge Lane.

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Taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks: worth the risk?

Regular aspirin use significantly increases the risk of bleeding in healthy individuals, research has shown.

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British pensioner murdered wife after she left him for old flame on Facebook

David Thomas, 74, ‘lost control’, bludgeoning and knifing Sheila Thomas, 65, at family home in south London.

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US senator Joni Ernst says she turned down chance to be Trump’s vice-president

Joni Ernst made the revelation in a divorce case, saying she made the sacrifice for her then husband who was not keen on her political career.

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David Attenborough: If we wreck the natural world, we wreck ourselves

The broadcaster was interviewed by Prince William on the importance of the natural world.

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Refugee tells World Economic Forum of the plight of the displaced

Mohammed Hassan Mohamud was speaking at the annual gathering of the political and business elites in Davos, Switzerland.

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European and African Unions say they will work with DR Congo election victor

Opponents have questioned the official results which say Felix Tshisekedi won the poll.

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Elton John and husband close to settling phone-hacking claim, court told

The couple’s lawyer revealed the development at a High Court hearing in London.

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Democrats tack to left in race to win party nomination to face Donald Trump

Candidates to declare for the party have unveiled radical proposals in the early stages of the race that will determine the president’s 2020 opponent.

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Leaders warn against rising nationalism as France and Germany renew alliance

Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron were meeting in Aachen as they looked to build on a 56-year-old treaty between the countries.

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Labour ‘not in any way backing second Brexit referendum with amendment’

Jeremy Corbyn had previously said its amendments would allow MPs to ‘vote on options to end this Brexit deadlock’, including a new ‘public vote’. ...

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UK police probe deaths of mother and two young children

Gas engineer seen at the address as neighbours pay tribute to ‘brilliant mum’ and ‘gorgeous kids’

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Cristiano Ronaldo arrives at Madrid court for tax fraud hearing

Ronaldo is expected to receive a suspended two-year sentence as part of a deal struck with Spain’s state prosecutor and tax authorities last year.

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Theresa May’s Brexit battle: What is going on in the Commons?

MPs have tabled several amendments to the PM’s Brexit plan.

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EasyJet takes £15m hit from Gatwick drone chaos

The group has booked £10m in extra costs and £5m in lost revenues from the incident in December.

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Ex-Nissan chairman Ghosn’s bail request rejected

The decision came after Carlos Ghosn promised to wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet in a bid to gain release from a Tokyo detention centre.

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Ivanka Trump granted five trademarks by China amid trade talks with US

It comes as Washington and Beijing discuss trade.

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Zimbabwe’s president returns amid economic crisis and violent crackdown

The government intensified its crackdown on dissent by charging the leader of the country’s largest labour organisation with subversion,

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May faces fresh Commons fights over Brexit

Labour calls for option of second referendum to be considered by MPs next week.

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Scientists get stem cells shaking to generate new bone

‘Nanokicking’ technique that could reverse osteoporosis is to be tested on 15 spinal injury patients in Scotland.

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David Attenborough calls for climate plan

The veteran broadcaster was accepting award at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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Six dead as bitter cold follows snow in eastern US

The National Weather Service forecast wind gusts up to 30mph and wind chills approaching minus 40C in northern New York state and Vermont.

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Sailors killed as ships catch fire in Black Sea

The blaze erupted while fuel was being pumped from one vessel to another, the Federal Agency for the Sea and River Transport said.

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Sturgeon sceptical over May’s promise on Brexit talks

The UK Prime Minister told the Commons she hoped to meet Ms Sturgeon this week.

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Theresa May warns of damage to ‘social cohesion’ from second EU referendum

The British Prime Minister refused to rule out a no-deal Brexit as she addressed MPs six days after their rejection of her Withdrawal Agreement.

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Brain damage blood test could detect developing Alzheimer’s, scientists claim

Early results suggest that the test can reveal signs of Alzheimer’s damage in the brain 16 years before symptoms appear.

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Philip Green seeking damages over being named in British Parliament

The Topshop owner was identified by Lord Hain as the unnamed businessman at the centre of a press freedom row.

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Company contemplates moon mission

ArianeGroup has signed a contract with the European Space Agency to study the possibility of preparing a mission, with the aim of mining regolith.

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World's 26 richest people hold same wealth as poorest 50%, report finds

Oxfam's Public Good or Private Wealth? report found that billionaires watched their fortunes increase by nearly $2.5bn per day last year, as the wealth of the world's ...

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Boy in the UK taken from care of mother who fabricated child's illness

A woman has lost a family court fight in the UK over the care of her son after a judge said she had repeatedly claimed he was sick when he was "perfectly normal ...

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China grants Ivanka Trump five trademarks

Ivanka Trump’s expanding intellectual property holdings have long raised ethical concerns, particularly in China.

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Theresa May says Good Friday Agreement will not be reopened

British Prime Minister Theresa May has told the House of Commons that the government will not reopen the Good Friday Agreement.

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Groundwater ‘time bomb’ warning from scientists

In many parts of the world it could take 100 years for climate change to affect the availability of freshwater trapped underground, research suggests.

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Another 23 migrants intercepted in English Channel by UK Border Force

The interception comes after 16 migrants landed on UK shores in three boats on Sunday.

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Backstop main obstacle to Theresa May's Brexit deal

Theresa May is seeking a way to reassure MPs that her Withdrawal Agreement will not lock the UK into a permanent customs union.

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David Schwimmer ‘lookalike’ arrested in theft probe

Abdulah Husseini was arrested in London.

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Kamala Harris enters Democratic presidential race

The California senator would be the first woman to hold the presidency and the second African-American if she succeeds.

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Man mauled to death by lions in Indian Zoo

A man has been mauled to death by lions after climbing over a fence into a zoo enclosure in India.

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UK heatwaves becoming more frequent and longer lasting

Week-long heatwaves occurring every five years on average typically see temperatures above 28C.

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Doctor behind ‘gene-edited babies’ acted on his own, says China

Dr He Jiankui claimed last year that he had helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies in the hope of making them resistant to the Aids virus.

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EU imposes sanctions on Russians accused of Salisbury Novichok attack

Former KGB spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia collapsed on a bench in Salisbury last March.

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Rescuers battle tough conditions to reach Spanish boy stuck in borehole

The two-year-old fell into the narrow, deep borehole in the countryside in Malaga eight days ago.

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Four go on trial in Paris over horse meat found in frozen lasagne

Four people are going on trial in Paris over an alleged scheme that fed consumers across Europe frozen foods containing cheap horse meat fraudulently labelled as ...

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