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August 8, 2018 5:27 AM Saudi Arabia HALTS medical treatment of Saudi citizens in Canada as diplomatic row deepens

SAUDI Arabia has halted all medical treatment programs in Canada, according to the Saudi Press Agency. The Saudi government is coordinating the transfer of Saudi citizens in Canadian hospitals to medical facilities outside the country. The news agency cited Saudi Health Attaché in the US and Canada, Dr Fahd bin Ibrahim Al Tamimi. This comes after Saudi 8

August 2, 2018 6:00 AM Watch: Bi men share the first time they experienced biphobia

From the first time holding hands in public, to the first time realising you were LGBTQ, we all have a first time story. First Times is a new PinkNews series, with each episode dedicated to a different identity under the LGBTQ umbrella. Now the series returns with episode five, with six bisexual men sharing their first time experiences. From the moment 9

August 1, 2018 11:50 PM Cheers and jeers as Robinson freed

FAR-Right activist Tommy Robinson walked out of jail yesterday after judges ruled his 13-month prison sentence – given just five hours after he was arrested for contempt of court – was unfair. The former English Defence League leader had been behind bars for two months for filming defendants and discussing an ongoing Leeds Crown Court criminal trial 10

August 1, 2018 11:12 AM Tommy Robinson update: Has Tommy Robinson been released? Why was he jailed?

TOMMY Robinson, the founder of the English Defence League, was jailed in May for contempt of court. Has the far-right activist been freed and why was he jailed?  The former English Defence League leader and far-right activist Tommy Robinson has been bailed by judges after winning an appeal against a finding of contempt of court. Robinson, 35, was jailed 10

July 31, 2018 11:02 AM Girl, seven, gets sexist road signs changed in New Zealand

Zoe Carew wrote to the country's transport department after spotting a "linemen" hazard sign, warning drivers about workers installing or repairing electricity and telecommunications cables. She said it was "wrong and unfair" to suggest only men could do the job. In her letter she wrote: "Why does the sign say 'linemen' when the people working on the lines 10

July 10, 2018 1:46 PM Donald Trump UK visit: When is Trump coming to the UK? Will he visit London?

DONALD Trump is set to visit the UK on his first official visit as the US president this week. When is he coming? Will he visit London? Ian Bond, director of Foreign Policy and the Centre for European Reform, said: “Trump’s visit will be more of a minefield than manna from heaven for the Prime Minister. "He is hugely unpopular in the UK, and her invitation 8

July 6, 2018 1:44 AM Tom Daley’s husband Dustin Lance Black takes their son to work in cute snap

New father Dustin Lance Black took his son to work with him in a sweet picture posted to Instagram. American screenwriter Lance Black, 44, and his British diver husband Tom Daley, 24, welcomed baby Robert Ray via a surrogate on June 27. The couple announced the birth in a brief announcement printed in the Times newspaper, having previously revealed they were expecting 17

June 27, 2018 6:51 PM Oklahoma votes to legalize medical marijuana despite fierce opposition in the conservative state

Oklahoma voters on Tuesday backed the medicinal use of marijuana, overcoming a late opposition campaign from law enforcement and business, faith and political leaders. State Question 788, the result of an activist-led signature drive launched more than two years ago, makes it legal to grow, sell and use marijuana for medicinal purposes. The proposed 8

June 27, 2018 5:12 PM Murder suspect: Daughter wanted to poison him with anthrax

HOUSTON (AP) - A Jordanian-born man who prosecutors say was so incensed by his daughter's marriage to a Christian that he killed her husband and best friend is claiming she tried to poison him with anthrax stolen from a Houston hospital. Prosecutors in the capital murder trial of 60-year-old Ali Irsan say he repeatedly called police with false stories 2

June 26, 2018 5:12 PM Exhibition celebrating life and legacy of Nelson Mandela to open in London

A major new exhibition celebrating the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela will open in London next year, it has been announced. Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition will include objects never previously seen outside South Africa including the suit worn for the opening of the South African parliament in 1996, a traditional head dress gifted to him by The King of Xhosa 12