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January 14, 2019 3:56 PM Donald Trump: Why president was RIGHT to downgrade EU

DONALD Trump downgraded the diplomatic status of the European Union in Washington - and Brexiteer MEP Daniel Hannan has explained why the President did exactly the right move. Conservative Party politician Mr Hannan has been widely outspoken of his views on Brexit and the European Union. He has spoken on his beliefs that that Britain’s democracy is being 52

January 10, 2019 2:46 PM Fears for Britons: Two dead in plane crash in Spain were flying in UK plane

A PILOT and passenger who lost their lives after an aeroplane crashed on a mountain in northern Spain could be from the UK. The British-registered Piper plane was flying from Cascais in Portugal and was heading to the airport in Hondarribia, which is close to Spain’s border with France. Spanish news outlet El Diario Vasco said the plane was carrying 25

January 7, 2019 6:23 PM Seven die in massive Alps snowfall from Germany to Italy

At least seven people have died in the Alps during a weekend of heavy snow, with skiers facing a high avalanche risk in Austria, Germany and Italy. Two separate avalanches killed two German skiers in Austria's Vorarlberg mountains. A third skier died in Pongau district, near Salzburg. In Bavaria, a skier died when a tree collapsed near Bad Tölz. An avalanche 21

January 4, 2019 10:44 PM Poland fire: Five teenage girls DEAD as blaze rips through escape room adventure game

A FIRE has broken out at an escape room in northwest Poland, leaving five teenage girls dead, local officials have confirmed. A man was seriously injured by the fire but survived. The inferno broke out at 5pm local time (4pm GMT) on Friday at a party attraction known as an escape room. In escape rooms, users are locked in a room and must answer puzzles 23

January 4, 2019 8:52 PM Five teenage girls killed in escape room fire

One man has been hurt after the blaze broke out at the party attraction in Poland. The teenagers were believed to have been celebrating a birthday at the attraction, where users are locked in a room and must answer puzzles and complete tasks to get out. Five girls, aged around 15, were locked in the room and all were killed in the fire. Monika Kosiec 24

January 4, 2019 5:06 AM Januhairy: Why women are growing out their body hair

A month-long campaign encouraging women to grow out their body hair is happening for the first time. Januhairy wants ladies to "love and accept" their natural hair while raising money for charity. Founder Laura Jackson, 21, said she has had a "great response" and women from all over the world have now signed up to take part. The Exeter University student 17

January 2, 2019 5:05 PM Europe not enough? Meddling Verhofstadt urges EU to intervene in BRAZIL over land policy

GUY Verhofstadt has urged the European Union to use its influence to meddle in Jair Bolsonaro’s plans to use more of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest for commercial projects in a bid to kickstart the country’s economy. The new Brazilian president has issued an executive order to make the agriculture ministry responsible for deciding on lands claimed by indigenous 21

January 2, 2019 1:34 PM Kirton house fire: Murder investigation under way

Two more bodies have been found inside a house that was gutted in a fire in the early hours of New Year's Day. A murder investigation is under way following the blaze in Pear Tree Road, Kirton, near Boston in Lincolnshire. Police initially said one person had died but have now revealed that three people were found dead in the house. The murder inquiry 15

December 24, 2018 3:14 PM Indonesia tsunami 2018 update: Will Krakatau erupt AGAIN? Locals told to STAY AWAY

INDONESIA has reached its biggest annual disasters toll in a decade, after a second tsunami hit following the eruption of the Krakatau volcano. But will Krakatau erupt again, as locals are told to stay away? At least 373 people have died following a tsunami in the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra on Saturday. Rescuers used heavy machinery and bare hands 31

December 22, 2018 8:33 PM Malta airlifts newborn and mother from migrant ship

Malta has airlifted a newborn and his mother from a Spanish migrant rescue ship and rejected accusations that it had refused food to more than 300 other migrants on board. The baby was born three days earlier on a beach in Libya and his life was in danger, the Proactiva charity said. Proactiva's boat was refused entry to Malta and Italy, while France 25