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Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky unveils next generation Raider X helicopter

Sikorsky, a company owned by Lockheed Martin, debuted Raider X, a light attack and reconnaissance helicopter concept on October 14 at the Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington.

Sikorsky, a company owned by Lockheed Martin, debuted Raider X, a light attack and reconnaissance helicopter concept on October 14 at the Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington.

Scientific journal pulls paper questioning Syria sarin gas attack

A scientific journal has pulled a controversial paper challenging the official narrative of the 2017 Syria gas attack.

A scientific journal has pulled a controversial paper challenging the official narrative of the 2017 Syria gas attack.

Russia discovers five new islands in the Arctic

The Russian navy has found five new islands in the remote Arctic.Russia's defense ministry has confirmed the discovery of five new islands in the Arctic, which were revealed by accelerated glacial melting in the far north.

The Russian navy has found five new islands in the remote Arctic.Russia's defense ministry has confirmed the discovery of five new islands in the Arctic, which were revealed by accelerated glacial melting in the far north.

Taiwan unveils new suicide drones at aerospace exhibition

Taiwan unveiled two military suicide drones at the Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition in August in a bid to counter Chinese military aggression.

Taiwan unveiled two military suicide drones at the Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition in August in a bid to counter Chinese military aggression.

Charles ignores questions about his brother

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla continued their weeklong trip to New Zealand with a visit to Christchurch on Friday. As he arrived at Cashmere High School, he ignored a question thrown at him by a reporter about whether his brother, Prince An...

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla continued their weeklong trip to New Zealand with a visit to Christchurch on Friday. As he arrived at Cashmere High School, he ignored a question thrown at him by a reporter about whether his brother, Prince An...

9-year-old to become world's youngest university graduate

With an IQ of 145, 9-year-old Belgian boy Laurent Simons is on track to become the world's youngest university graduate when he completes a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at Eindhoven's University of Technology next month. Freddie Joyner

With an IQ of 145, 9-year-old Belgian boy Laurent Simons is on track to become the world's youngest university graduate when he completes a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at Eindhoven's University of Technology next month. Freddie Joyner

Daughter of murdered police officer dances with his colleagues at her wedding

The colleagues of a murdered police officer stepped up to fill his shoes, by dancing with his daughter at her wedding. Kourtney Young, from Colorado in the US, married Tanner Krietemeier at the beginning of October, and had no idea her mother had...

The colleagues of a murdered police officer stepped up to fill his shoes, by dancing with his daughter at her wedding. Kourtney Young, from Colorado in the US, married Tanner Krietemeier at the beginning of October, and had no idea her mother had...

Labour manifesto: Jeremy Corbyn's key pledges

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launches his party's manifesto in Birmingham. Mr Corbyn describes the pledge as a "manifesto for hope".

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launches his party's manifesto in Birmingham. Mr Corbyn describes the pledge as a "manifesto for hope".

José Mourinho: 'I don't need players'

José Mourinho says he does not need new players at Tottenham Hotspur.

José Mourinho says he does not need new players at Tottenham Hotspur.

Duke of York may face questioning over Epstein case

Duke of York may face questioning over Jeffrey Epstein case.

Duke of York may face questioning over Jeffrey Epstein case.

Jeremy Corbyn called 'scum' by hecklers

Jeremy Corbyn was heckled by a small mob as he entered a venue under police protection to give a speech to supporters in a marginal constituency. The Labour leader was shouted at by a group of men who had been warned over their behaviour by plai...

Jeremy Corbyn was heckled by a small mob as he entered a venue under police protection to give a speech to supporters in a marginal constituency. The Labour leader was shouted at by a group of men who had been warned over their behaviour by plai...

Couple banned from offering cleansing jungle rituals

A Christies Beach couple has been banned from offering two jungle cleansing rituals, one of which includes frog poison.

A Christies Beach couple has been banned from offering two jungle cleansing rituals, one of which includes frog poison.

Giant Sand Footprints Appear On Beach

Measuring 50 metres and 3.5 metres long respectively, they illustrated the carbon footprint of electric vehicles compared to petrol and diesel cars.

Measuring 50 metres and 3.5 metres long respectively, they illustrated the carbon footprint of electric vehicles compared to petrol and diesel cars.

Can Venice be saved?

Flooding in Venice has heavily damaged St. Mark's Basilica and several palaces. Local residents are upset that a hugely-expensive flood-control system that was begun 17 years ago is still not complete.

Flooding in Venice has heavily damaged St. Mark's Basilica and several palaces. Local residents are upset that a hugely-expensive flood-control system that was begun 17 years ago is still not complete.

British socialite Lady Colin Campbell under fire for Epstein comments

British socialite Lady Colin Campbell sparked outrage for suggesting that Prince Andrew's friendship with convicted sex-offender Jeffery Epstein was 'okay', and that people were overreacting.

British socialite Lady Colin Campbell sparked outrage for suggesting that Prince Andrew's friendship with convicted sex-offender Jeffery Epstein was 'okay', and that people were overreacting.

Netanyahu indicted in corruption cases

The corruption allegations facing Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have now resulted in indictments against him. Israel's politics are already so much turmoil that it may face its third election in less than year.

The corruption allegations facing Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have now resulted in indictments against him. Israel's politics are already so much turmoil that it may face its third election in less than year.

Twitter announces new rules on advertising and political posts

Twitter has announced new rules which ban political advertising across the social media platform. The move was announced in a lengthy thread by company chief executive Jack Dorsey in September, in which he said the organisation believed a politi...

Twitter has announced new rules which ban political advertising across the social media platform. The move was announced in a lengthy thread by company chief executive Jack Dorsey in September, in which he said the organisation believed a politi...

Prince Andrew's ex on 'uncomfortable' experience with Jeffrey Epstein

Prince Andrew's ex-girlfriend Lady Victoria Hervey has made shocking claims about Jeffrey Epstein having "hidden cameras" in his home, just days after Andrew was interviewed about Epstein.

Prince Andrew's ex-girlfriend Lady Victoria Hervey has made shocking claims about Jeffrey Epstein having "hidden cameras" in his home, just days after Andrew was interviewed about Epstein.

Virgin Trains release farewell music video featuring Sir Richard Branson

Virgin Trains release a video to say goodbye to their West Coast Mainline customers after 22 years of service. The video features well known figures from the past two decades to celebrate the history of the franchise.

Virgin Trains release a video to say goodbye to their West Coast Mainline customers after 22 years of service. The video features well known figures from the past two decades to celebrate the history of the franchise.

Children among 73 migrants rescued near Libya

Spanish rescue ship Open Arms carried out a rescue late on Wednesday, pulling 73 migrants from a tightly packed rubber dinghy that had been drifting in the Mediterranean for nearly 24 hours, around 49 miles off the Libyan coast.

Spanish rescue ship Open Arms carried out a rescue late on Wednesday, pulling 73 migrants from a tightly packed rubber dinghy that had been drifting in the Mediterranean for nearly 24 hours, around 49 miles off the Libyan coast.

Israel could face third election this year

Weary Israelis are bracing for their third general election in a year, which could be on the horizon after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz failed for form a coalition government.

Weary Israelis are bracing for their third general election in a year, which could be on the horizon after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz failed for form a coalition government.

Cute grey seal pups born on UK coastline

Grey seals return to Donna Nook National Nature Reserve in Lincolnshire to give birth to their pups and breed. Each year in late October the seals return to the shores in large numbers, the latest seal count carried out on Friday 8th November 2019...

Grey seals return to Donna Nook National Nature Reserve in Lincolnshire to give birth to their pups and breed. Each year in late October the seals return to the shores in large numbers, the latest seal count carried out on Friday 8th November 2019...

Jeremy Corbyn: 'We'll get Brexit sorted within six months'

Jeremy Corbyn says Labour would "get Brexit sorted within six months."

Jeremy Corbyn says Labour would "get Brexit sorted within six months."

Duke of York seen for first time since withdrawing from public duties

The Duke of York leaves his home in Windsor, Berkshire, the day after he suspended his work with his charities, organisations and military units because of the fallout from his friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The Duke of York leaves his home in Windsor, Berkshire, the day after he suspended his work with his charities, organisations and military units because of the fallout from his friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Prince Andrew 'had no choice' but to step back from duties

Lord Falconer: Prince Andrew "had no choice" but to step back from duties.

Lord Falconer: Prince Andrew "had no choice" but to step back from duties.

Epstein victims' lawyer: Prince Andrew's co-operation 'extremely important' to get to bottom of what happened

Following days of turmoil that have damaged the royal family's reputation, the Duke of York announced on Wednesday that he would step back from public duties because of his association with a notorious American sex offender. "It's great that he's...

Following days of turmoil that have damaged the royal family's reputation, the Duke of York announced on Wednesday that he would step back from public duties because of his association with a notorious American sex offender. "It's great that he's...

Queen makes joke as she presents prize to Sir David Attenborough

Queen Elizabeth II makes a joke as she presents the Chatham House Prize 2019 to Sir David Attenborough at the Royal institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, London.

Queen Elizabeth II makes a joke as she presents the Chatham House Prize 2019 to Sir David Attenborough at the Royal institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, London.

Prince Andrew: The Duke of York in profile

The Duke of York "must cooperate" with US authorities investigating Jeffrey Epstein, a lawyer for some of the American sex offender's alleged victims has said. The demand came after Andrew - the Queen's second son - announced he would step down f...

The Duke of York "must cooperate" with US authorities investigating Jeffrey Epstein, a lawyer for some of the American sex offender's alleged victims has said. The demand came after Andrew - the Queen's second son - announced he would step down f...

U.S. House passes HK bills, drawing China's ire

A front-page editorial in Chinese state media Thursday vowed "resolute revenge" if the U.S. sticks to its course, after two bills on Hong Kong cleared Congress and have been sent to U.S. President Trump to sign into law.

A front-page editorial in Chinese state media Thursday vowed "resolute revenge" if the U.S. sticks to its course, after two bills on Hong Kong cleared Congress and have been sent to U.S. President Trump to sign into law.

Solicitor: Surgeon's actions were 'reckless'

Solicitor Jodi Netwon's client was left suffering serious health issues after a surgeon failed to highlight infection risk to transplant organs. Ms Newton says it was 'reckless' and a 'very serious breach of duty of care'. One patient died and ...

Solicitor Jodi Netwon's client was left suffering serious health issues after a surgeon failed to highlight infection risk to transplant organs. Ms Newton says it was 'reckless' and a 'very serious breach of duty of care'. One patient died and ...

Cooper says Ukrainian officials asked about aid in July

Laura Cooper, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia, told lawmakers on Wednesday that her staff had received an email on July 25 from the State Department saying that Ukraine's embassy and the House of Representati

Laura Cooper, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia, told lawmakers on Wednesday that her staff had received an email on July 25 from the State Department saying that Ukraine's embassy and the House of Representati

Bushfires spread to another state in Australia

Bushfires in Australia have spread to the state of Victoria, as firefighters struggle to put out hundreds of existing blazes across several states.

Bushfires in Australia have spread to the state of Victoria, as firefighters struggle to put out hundreds of existing blazes across several states.

Protesters stay holed up in Hong Kong campus

Fewer than 100 protesters remained holed up in a Hong Kong university on Thursday as riot police encircled the campus, with some activists desperately searching for ways to escape while others hid.

Fewer than 100 protesters remained holed up in a Hong Kong university on Thursday as riot police encircled the campus, with some activists desperately searching for ways to escape while others hid.

Prince Andrew departs home after stepping down from duties

Prince Andrew departs home after stepping down from Royal Duties.

Prince Andrew departs home after stepping down from Royal Duties.

European glass eels use internal magnetic compass to navigate waters

New research from the University of Miami and Norway's Institute of Marine Research has found that the European eel at a certain stage of development use an internal magnetic compass to remember the magnetic direction of tidal waves as they naviga...

New research from the University of Miami and Norway's Institute of Marine Research has found that the European eel at a certain stage of development use an internal magnetic compass to remember the magnetic direction of tidal waves as they naviga...

New gene editing tool corrects genetic mutations more precisely

Scientists from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a new method of editing DNA, called prime editing, which combines CRISPR-Cas9 with a reverse transcriptase enzyme.

Scientists from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a new method of editing DNA, called prime editing, which combines CRISPR-Cas9 with a reverse transcriptase enzyme.

Residents urged to flee town of Edithburgh as fire closes in

Residents are trapped in a small town in the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, as a large bushfire closes in and threatens lives.

Residents are trapped in a small town in the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, as a large bushfire closes in and threatens lives.

Thick smoke blankets Sydney Harbour

Smoke haze has returned to Sydney for the second time in three days.

Smoke haze has returned to Sydney for the second time in three days.

'Everyone was in the loop': Highlights from Ambassador Sondland's testimony

A U.S. diplomat on Wednesday described broad involvement at the most senior levels of the Trump administration in a pressure campaign against Ukraine on Day 4 of the impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump.

A U.S. diplomat on Wednesday described broad involvement at the most senior levels of the Trump administration in a pressure campaign against Ukraine on Day 4 of the impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump.

Britain's Prince Andrew halts public duties over sex scandal

Britain's Prince Andrew stepped down from public duties on Wednesday, saying the controversy surrounding his ill-judged association with late U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein had caused major disruption to the royal family's work. Lisa Bernhard has mor

Britain's Prince Andrew stepped down from public duties on Wednesday, saying the controversy surrounding his ill-judged association with late U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein had caused major disruption to the royal family's work. Lisa Bernhard has mor

Sondland says he followed Trump's 'orders' on Ukraine

A senior U.S. diplomat told lawmakers on Wednesday that President Donald Trump expressly ordered him and others to help pressure Ukraine into investigating a political rival of the president, providing some of the most significant testimony to dat...

A senior U.S. diplomat told lawmakers on Wednesday that President Donald Trump expressly ordered him and others to help pressure Ukraine into investigating a political rival of the president, providing some of the most significant testimony to dat...

Flashback to Harry and Meghan's first royal tour

As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get set to head on a royal tour of South Africa, we take a look at their first tour as a married couple.

As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get set to head on a royal tour of South Africa, we take a look at their first tour as a married couple.

PM answers questions from Teeside workers

PM holds Q&A with Teeside workers

PM holds Q&A with Teeside workers

Election 2019: November 20 round-up

A round-up of highlights from the campaign trail on November 20. Boris Johnson lets slip a potential manifesto pledge about raising the threshold on National Insurance and the Liberal Democrats officially launch their manifesto, with cancelling Br...

A round-up of highlights from the campaign trail on November 20. Boris Johnson lets slip a potential manifesto pledge about raising the threshold on National Insurance and the Liberal Democrats officially launch their manifesto, with cancelling Br...

Duke of York to step back from public duties over Epstein links

The Duke of York is to step back from public duties for the "foreseeable future", in an unprecedented move for a royal in modern times. Andrew - the Queen's second son - made the bombshell statement after mounting pressure in the wake of his inte...

The Duke of York is to step back from public duties for the "foreseeable future", in an unprecedented move for a royal in modern times. Andrew - the Queen's second son - made the bombshell statement after mounting pressure in the wake of his inte...

Sir David Attenborough: The world belongs to the students and not to me

Sir David Attenborough says the 'world belongs to the students' in reference to the schools' strike for climate. Attenborough was speaking at Chatham House where he was awarded the Chatham House Prize along with the BBC Studios Natural History U...

Sir David Attenborough says the 'world belongs to the students' in reference to the schools' strike for climate. Attenborough was speaking at Chatham House where he was awarded the Chatham House Prize along with the BBC Studios Natural History U...

Big banks under scrutiny

Westpac and NAB are both facing massive payouts after being accused of failing in their corporate duties.

Westpac and NAB are both facing massive payouts after being accused of failing in their corporate duties.

This artist creates portraits using thousands of LEGO bricks

Most people have played with LEGOs at some point in their lives, but Andre Veloux took stacking the bricks to the next level. He uses thousands of bricks to create portraits of icons. Here’s how he turns these images into LEGO masterpieces.

Most people have played with LEGOs at some point in their lives, but Andre Veloux took stacking the bricks to the next level. He uses thousands of bricks to create portraits of icons. Here’s how he turns these images into LEGO masterpieces.

Police Officer Finds Young Deer Trapped In Fence

A quick-thinking police officer from Forsyth County Sheriff's Office in Georgia, USA, managed to free a young deer trapped in a metal fence.

A quick-thinking police officer from Forsyth County Sheriff's Office in Georgia, USA, managed to free a young deer trapped in a metal fence.

Queensland woman shot in the face

A Queensland woman would be dead if not for the actions of a nearby tradie after being shot in the face in Townsville.

A Queensland woman would be dead if not for the actions of a nearby tradie after being shot in the face in Townsville.

Explosive testimony in impeachment inquiry

US ambassador to the European Union has confirmed a 'quid pro quo' with Ukraine during testimony given in the impeachment inquiry.

US ambassador to the European Union has confirmed a 'quid pro quo' with Ukraine during testimony given in the impeachment inquiry.

Sydney set to swelter

Scorching temperatures expected across NSW with temperatures to reach the high 30s.

Scorching temperatures expected across NSW with temperatures to reach the high 30s.

Victoria under 'code red' alert

Victorians brace for severe fire danger as authorities issue a 'code red' alert.

Victorians brace for severe fire danger as authorities issue a 'code red' alert.

Bushfires ravage South Australia

Authorities in South Australia are on high alert as bushfires ravage the state after a day of intense heat.

Authorities in South Australia are on high alert as bushfires ravage the state after a day of intense heat.

Thirty bushfires break out across South Australia

Thirty bushfires have broken out in South Australia following danger warnings.

Thirty bushfires have broken out in South Australia following danger warnings.

Ambassador Sondland gives evidence at President Trump impeachment hearing

American Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland talks about the dealings he was involved with relating to the Ukranian government. Sondland, the most highly anticipated witness in the public impeachment probe, made clear that he believed Trump was ...

American Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland talks about the dealings he was involved with relating to the Ukranian government. Sondland, the most highly anticipated witness in the public impeachment probe, made clear that he believed Trump was ...

73-year-old grandmother goes on hunger strike in protest over climate change

A 73-year-old grandmother, Patricia Devlin, is going on hunger strike to protest against Ireland's climate change policies. She is taking on the four-day strike in hopes of meeting Environment Minister Richard Bruton and calling on him to impleme...

A 73-year-old grandmother, Patricia Devlin, is going on hunger strike to protest against Ireland's climate change policies. She is taking on the four-day strike in hopes of meeting Environment Minister Richard Bruton and calling on him to impleme...

Doctors warn of 'duvet lung' in new report

Doctors are warning of a specific breathing issue that can be caused by bedding. 'Feather duvet lung' is an inflammation caused by breathing in dust from feathers. According to a report from the BMJ, it can cause breathlessness, night sweats and...

Doctors are warning of a specific breathing issue that can be caused by bedding. 'Feather duvet lung' is an inflammation caused by breathing in dust from feathers. According to a report from the BMJ, it can cause breathlessness, night sweats and...

Tuktuk, newspaper of Iraq's uprising, aspires to be vehicle for change

"If you kill us all, who will you rule over?" says the latest issue of Tuktuk newspaper, produced, printed and distributed by Iraqi anti-government activists to thousands of protesters camped out in Baghdad's Tahrir Square.

"If you kill us all, who will you rule over?" says the latest issue of Tuktuk newspaper, produced, printed and distributed by Iraqi anti-government activists to thousands of protesters camped out in Baghdad's Tahrir Square.

Hitler's birthplace to become a police station

The house where Adolf Hitler was born will be turned into a police station, Austria's interior minister said, after years of debate over how best to prevent it becoming a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis.

The house where Adolf Hitler was born will be turned into a police station, Austria's interior minister said, after years of debate over how best to prevent it becoming a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis.

Trump on Ukraine: 'I want nothing'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday read a segment of a witness's impeachment testimony to push back on the assertion he sought a 'quid pro quo' from the Ukrainian government.

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday read a segment of a witness's impeachment testimony to push back on the assertion he sought a 'quid pro quo' from the Ukrainian government.

Energy tycoon arrest in journalist murder case

Reuters sources say that Yorgen Fenech, a prominent businessman, was arrested as he attempted to leave the island of Malta in his yacht. It comes a day after news broke that police had detained a suspected middleman in the unsolved murder case of inv

Reuters sources say that Yorgen Fenech, a prominent businessman, was arrested as he attempted to leave the island of Malta in his yacht. It comes a day after news broke that police had detained a suspected middleman in the unsolved murder case of inv

Boris Johnson hints at National Insurance cut for low-paid workers

Boris Johnson has hinted the Tories are planning a big cut in National Insurance for low-paid workers when they unveil their General Election manifesto. When answering questions from workers Wilton Engineering the Prime Minister appeared to blurt...

Boris Johnson has hinted the Tories are planning a big cut in National Insurance for low-paid workers when they unveil their General Election manifesto. When answering questions from workers Wilton Engineering the Prime Minister appeared to blurt...

Holiday optimism returns after Target, Lowe's results

Target and Lowe's hit record highs on Wednesday after raising their full-year profit forecasts, which lifted hopes that this year's holiday shopping season will be strong. Conway G.

Target and Lowe's hit record highs on Wednesday after raising their full-year profit forecasts, which lifted hopes that this year's holiday shopping season will be strong. Conway G.

Israel fires rockets at 'Iranian targets' in Syria

Israel fired rockets at Syria overnight, killing two people, according to Syrian state media. Israel said some if its targets belonged to Iranian Al Quds forces in Syria.

Israel fired rockets at Syria overnight, killing two people, according to Syrian state media. Israel said some if its targets belonged to Iranian Al Quds forces in Syria.

Iran's Rouhani claims victory over unrest he blames on foreigners

Iranian President Rouhani on Wednesday claimed victory over unrest he blamed on Iran's foreign enemies, according to state media, after protests over an increase in gasoline prices last week that have shaken the country.

Iranian President Rouhani on Wednesday claimed victory over unrest he blamed on Iran's foreign enemies, according to state media, after protests over an increase in gasoline prices last week that have shaken the country.

Explainer: Beijing questions Hong Kong mask ruling

China's top lawmaking body has questioned a Hong Kong court's decision to overturn a controversial mask ban, in a move likely to increase anger on the streets.

China's top lawmaking body has questioned a Hong Kong court's decision to overturn a controversial mask ban, in a move likely to increase anger on the streets.

Japan to greet Pope with AI song

Few aspects of life escape the touch of high tech in cutting-edge Japan, including an official song written to welcome Pope Francis when he visits Japan from Saturday.

Few aspects of life escape the touch of high tech in cutting-edge Japan, including an official song written to welcome Pope Francis when he visits Japan from Saturday.

Former UK consulate employee says Chinese secret police tortured him

A former employee of Britain’s Hong Kong consulate said Chinese secret police beat him, deprived him of sleep and chained him as they pressed him for information about activists leading the pro-democracy protests, the BBC and Wall Street Journal...

A former employee of Britain’s Hong Kong consulate said Chinese secret police beat him, deprived him of sleep and chained him as they pressed him for information about activists leading the pro-democracy protests, the BBC and Wall Street Journal...

Twitter says UK PM Johnson's party misled public with 'factcheck' account

The Conservative Party has been criticised after it changed the name of its press office Twitter account to Fact Check UK during a live TV debate between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn.

The Conservative Party has been criticised after it changed the name of its press office Twitter account to Fact Check UK during a live TV debate between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn.

US Senate unanimously passes bill on Hong Kong

The United States Senate unanimously passed a bill on Wednesday that would protect human rights in Hong Kong, coming as anti-government protesters continue to be trapped at the Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, with more than a thousand arrests ma

The United States Senate unanimously passed a bill on Wednesday that would protect human rights in Hong Kong, coming as anti-government protesters continue to be trapped at the Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, with more than a thousand arrests ma

Corbyn and Johnson clash in leaders' debate

Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson clash in ITV Leaders' Debate. They answer questions on the NHS and Brexit, but ultimately show a rare moment of unity and shake hands. (Mandatory credit: Johnson v Corbyn: The ITV Debate - 30 day expiry)

Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson clash in ITV Leaders' Debate. They answer questions on the NHS and Brexit, but ultimately show a rare moment of unity and shake hands. (Mandatory credit: Johnson v Corbyn: The ITV Debate - 30 day expiry)

Johnson, Corbyn agree to improve tone of political debate

Prime Minister Boris Johnson shook hands with his rival, opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, during a live television debate on Tuesday as both men agreed to improve the tone of Britain's political debate.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson shook hands with his rival, opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, during a live television debate on Tuesday as both men agreed to improve the tone of Britain's political debate.

New arrest in journalist murder, may be pardoned

Maltese authorities say they've arrested a suspected go-between for the hitmen and mastermind of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia's unsolved killing. But they are also considering pardoning the suspect in exchange for more information.

Maltese authorities say they've arrested a suspected go-between for the hitmen and mastermind of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia's unsolved killing. But they are also considering pardoning the suspect in exchange for more information.

Two jail guards charged over Jeffrey Epstein death

U.S. prosecutors on Tuesday unveiled criminal charges accusing two correctional officers of falsifying records on the night financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in a New York jail cell. Lisa Bernhard has more.

U.S. prosecutors on Tuesday unveiled criminal charges accusing two correctional officers of falsifying records on the night financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in a New York jail cell. Lisa Bernhard has more.

U.S., Australian hostages freed by Afghan Taliban in swap

Afghan and Taliban sources confirm that a prisoner swap has successfully released American Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks, faculty at the American University in Kabul, in exchange for captured senior militant commanders.

Afghan and Taliban sources confirm that a prisoner swap has successfully released American Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks, faculty at the American University in Kabul, in exchange for captured senior militant commanders.

Scorched koala reunited with Australian rescuer

The woman who rescued a badly burnt and wailing koala from an Australian bushfire was reunited with the koala now known as Lewis on Wednesday at Australia's Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.

The woman who rescued a badly burnt and wailing koala from an Australian bushfire was reunited with the koala now known as Lewis on Wednesday at Australia's Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.

Who was the Queen's sister Princess Margaret?

Take a look at the life of the late Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II. Raised together, the sisters couldn't have been more different and Margaret had to learn to live in the shadow of her sister, the Queen.

Take a look at the life of the late Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II. Raised together, the sisters couldn't have been more different and Margaret had to learn to live in the shadow of her sister, the Queen.

Prototype for U.S. Army's future reconnaissance helicopter features side-by-side cockpit and a wing

AVX Aircraft and L3 Technologies unveiled their compound coaxial helicopter for the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance program on April 15.

AVX Aircraft and L3 Technologies unveiled their compound coaxial helicopter for the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance program on April 15.

Proposed bill prohibits drones from flying below 200 ft from houses

U.S. Senator Mike Lee from Utah introduced a bill in Congress on October 16 to give property owners, state authorities and Native American tribes the right to regulate their airspace.

U.S. Senator Mike Lee from Utah introduced a bill in Congress on October 16 to give property owners, state authorities and Native American tribes the right to regulate their airspace.

Bell unveils new 360 Invictus attack helicopter

Bell Textron presented its 360 Invictus Attack Helicopter as part of the U.S. Army's Future Reconnaissance Aircraft competition on October 1 in Arlington, Virginia.

Bell Textron presented its 360 Invictus Attack Helicopter as part of the U.S. Army's Future Reconnaissance Aircraft competition on October 1 in Arlington, Virginia.

Researchers Smashed A Car Into A Pole To Prove Electric Vehicles Are Safe

This horrifying new footage demonstrates that electric vehicles are just as safe as traditional cars powered by combustion engines.

This horrifying new footage demonstrates that electric vehicles are just as safe as traditional cars powered by combustion engines.

NASA astronaut rates space movies based on how realistic they are

Hollywood loves making movies set in outer space. But how does the actual science in these films measure up? Garrett Reisman, a former NASA astronaut and a former director of space operations at SpaceX, reacts to 10 memorable scenes from famous sp...

Hollywood loves making movies set in outer space. But how does the actual science in these films measure up? Garrett Reisman, a former NASA astronaut and a former director of space operations at SpaceX, reacts to 10 memorable scenes from famous sp...

'I couldn't believe what I was hearing': Highlights from Day 3 of impeachment hearings

Four witnesses testified on Tuesday at the third public impeachment hearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee.

Four witnesses testified on Tuesday at the third public impeachment hearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee.

Over 100 killed in Iran unrest: Amnesty Intl.

At least 106 protestors have been killed in 21 cities in Iran during unrest that broke out over fuel price rises last week, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. Conway G.

At least 106 protestors have been killed in 21 cities in Iran during unrest that broke out over fuel price rises last week, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. Conway G.

Man accused of punching baby in pub "to see if it was real"

Ian Gordon, who is accused of punching a baby at a Perth pub, has told the court that he wanted to see if the baby was real as he thought it was odd to bring a child to a pub.

Ian Gordon, who is accused of punching a baby at a Perth pub, has told the court that he wanted to see if the baby was real as he thought it was odd to bring a child to a pub.

Trump blasts impeachment hearing as witnesses testify about Ukraine call

U.S. President Donald Trump labeled impeachment proceedings "a big scam" on Tuesday as witnesses testified in a televised Congressional hearing.

U.S. President Donald Trump labeled impeachment proceedings "a big scam" on Tuesday as witnesses testified in a televised Congressional hearing.

World's first Christmas card goes on display

The world's first Christmas card goes on display as a new exhibition opens in the Charles Dickens Museum at the writer's London home. The hand-coloured card, made in 1843, depicts a large family gathering for Christmas, drinking wine and carving ...

The world's first Christmas card goes on display as a new exhibition opens in the Charles Dickens Museum at the writer's London home. The hand-coloured card, made in 1843, depicts a large family gathering for Christmas, drinking wine and carving ...

Man with a mop takes on armed robbers

A Logan convenience store manager has used a mop to take on robbers armed with a gun.

A Logan convenience store manager has used a mop to take on robbers armed with a gun.

Koala rescued from bushfire at Long Flat

A koala has been rescued from the flames as a bushfire burns out of control at Long Flat in NSW

A koala has been rescued from the flames as a bushfire burns out of control at Long Flat in NSW

Assange case dropped by Sweden

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will no longer face rape charges in Sweden after the case against him was dropped.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will no longer face rape charges in Sweden after the case against him was dropped.

Firefighters remain on full alert

A heatwave is sweeping across several Australian states as exhausted firefighters continue to battle blazes.

A heatwave is sweeping across several Australian states as exhausted firefighters continue to battle blazes.

What's the difference between a cold and the flu?

As the weather begins to turn colder, take a look at the difference between cold and flu symptoms and how to spot them both.

As the weather begins to turn colder, take a look at the difference between cold and flu symptoms and how to spot them both.

National security aides both 'concerned' after listening in on Trump's call with Ukraine

Two top national security aides are giving evidence to the Trump impeachment investigation.

Two top national security aides are giving evidence to the Trump impeachment investigation.

Was Prince Andrew's Interview About Jeffrey Epstein a Mistake?

The Duke of York explains to BBC his ties with the late financier and convicted sex offender. Was the sit down interview a mistake for the royal?

The Duke of York explains to BBC his ties with the late financier and convicted sex offender. Was the sit down interview a mistake for the royal?

Bridge collapses in southern France

A 15-year-old girl has been killed and several others feared dead after a bridge collapsed in southern France.

A 15-year-old girl has been killed and several others feared dead after a bridge collapsed in southern France.

Election 2019: November 19 round-up

A round-up of highlights from the campaign trail on November 19, from the launch of the Green Party manifesto to Boris Johnson boxing in Manchester ahead of his TV debate against Jeremy Corbyn.

A round-up of highlights from the campaign trail on November 19, from the launch of the Green Party manifesto to Boris Johnson boxing in Manchester ahead of his TV debate against Jeremy Corbyn.

Vindman: Trump request for Biden probe 'improper'

A White House official testified in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump that a phone call the president made to ask Ukraine to investigate his political rivals was improper.

A White House official testified in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump that a phone call the president made to ask Ukraine to investigate his political rivals was improper.

U.S. backing renews focus on Israeli settlements

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was "moved" by U.S. backing for settlements on Israeli-occupied land. But Palestinians and Arab leaders are outraged.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was "moved" by U.S. backing for settlements on Israeli-occupied land. But Palestinians and Arab leaders are outraged.

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