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January 1, 2019 12:00 PM Land Rover Explorer Phone: Everything you need to know about the Land Rover phone

The Land Rover Explore is the ultimate adventure phone, allowing the owner to take it anywhere, in any conditions. The rugged new phone is packed with software features that the average outdoorsman will find useful. These include topographic mapping options from ViewRanger with an AR Skyline feature. The Land Rover phone also comes with an extra battery 22

December 12, 2018 4:33 AM US sends Iraq PROVOCATIVE demand as nuclear sanctions bite

PRESIDENT Trump’s energy secretary has visited Iraq to demand the country end its reliance on Iranian gas and electricity, and open its energy sector to US investment, as the Trump administration steps up pressure on Iran after quitting the nuclear deal. Rick Perry accompanied the largest ever US trade delegation during a visit to Iraq. Iraq was granted 26

December 7, 2018 3:35 PM Drake and Kendrick Lamar lead Grammy Award nominations

Kendrick Lamar and Drake lead this year's Grammy nominations, with eight and seven respectively. The nominations for Lamar, who swept last year's ceremony, are for his work on the Black Panther soundtrack. Canadian rapper Drake is up for song of the year for God's Plan and album of the year for Scorpion. Dua Lipa, Jorja Smith and Ella Mai are among the Brits 24

November 18, 2018 2:53 AM US in DESPERATE BID to fight China's influence in Asia as Beijing plots economic empire

A COALITION of four countries including the United States has agreed to facilitate a massive electrification programme in Papua New Guinea, in an apparent bid to restrain the rise of Chinese influence which is expanding rapidly thanks to development initiatives such as the New Silk Road. The United States, Japan, Australia and New Zealand hope to provide 34

October 12, 2018 7:09 AM Fury as £4million British foreign aid budget used fixing POTHOLES abroad

FURIOUS campaigners have slammed the government for spending nearly £4billion of foreign aid money on improving infrastructure in countries such as Pakistan and India - including railways and potholes in roads. A new report from spending watchdog the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) revealed taxpayers have bankrolled a £265million cash injection 25

October 10, 2018 7:01 AM Two Britons killed in taxi during Majorca flooding

The pair died in a taxi in the town of Sant Llorenc after torrents formed following downpours on the popular holiday isle. Local officials have held an emergency meeting to coordinate their response, with rescue workers and the military sent to the area. According to the Majorca Daily Bulletin, people were rescued from roofs and trees after the flooding 27

October 9, 2018 9:00 AM Ukraine ammo dump blasts blamed on 'possible sabotage'

Explosions and fire have hit an ammunition depot in Ukraine in a possible act of sabotage, officials say, leading to the evacuation of thousands of people. Videos on social media showed the blaze and explosions on the horizon near Ichnya, Chernihiv region. Around 10,000 people were moved from the area around the depot, about 109 miles (176km) north-east 19

October 3, 2018 4:58 PM Typhoon Japan: Is Typhoon Kong-rey MORE powerful than DEADLY Typhoon Trami?

A SECOND powerful typhoon is hurtling towards Japan hot on the heels of Typhoon Trami which killed two people - but is Kong-rey stronger than Trami? More than 45,000 homes across Japan remain without power four days after Typhoon Trami barrelled through with the electricity expected to stay off until Thursday. Trami made landfall as a category 2 storm 23

September 7, 2018 4:14 AM Jail for Swindon couple caught growing 100 cannabis plants

A COUPLE caught running a cannabis farm at a rented house in Swindon have been jailed. Vina Kadria and Bledar Merjak were found with 100 plants, which could yield £40,000 of the drug, when police raided the Westlea property. But Judge Robert Pawson said Kadria can keep her £1k iPhone X and Moroak his cheaper Apple handset as there was no proof they had been used in the drugs 33

September 6, 2018 7:25 AM Watchdog Ofgem announces price cap that will save 11 million UK households £75 a year

New energy price cap will save 11 million households £75 a year by limiting rip-off tariffs to £1,136 says watchdog Ofgem More than 11 million households across the UK will benefit from an energy cap that will save them an average of £75 a year. Industry watchdog Ofgem is bringing in a price cap that will limit energy companies to charging no more than £1,136 a year. This will force 38