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  • Australia bushfires: 1,000 flee Royal National Park in Sydney

    January 20, 2018 11:40 AM 4

    Two hundred are rescued by boat as firefighters continue to tackle two bushfires in Sydney's Royal National Park. Fire service spokesman James Morris said the Royal National Park in Sydney - a popular destination for holidaymakers - had to be evacuated on Saturday. About 200 people, including those at a junior surf carnival, had to be rescued by firefighters

  • BREAKING: Historic Russian building erupts in huge blaze as hundreds rush to the scene

    January 20, 2018 2:28 AM 6

    A FIRE has engulfed the historic Naval Institute building in St. Petersburg as over 100 firefighters and more than 20 fire trucks rushed to battle the blaze. The fire broke out in Russia’s second largest city, as the masses of firefighters were assisted by cadets. Smoke has left a blanket over the Vasilyevsky Island district as the flames engulf the mid-18th century

  • Newsnight: Journalist REFUSES to give Donald Trump full credit for BOOMING US economy

    January 20, 2018 1:41 AM 6

    DONALD Trump cannot take much credit for the US’ booming economy despite it being one year since he became the country’s President, a former New York Times chief editor has claimed. Jill Abramson, who was the New York Times executive editor from September 2011 to 2014, made the remarks while speaking on BBC Newsnight. She also criticised the Mr Trump’s

  • North Korea talks with South Korea COLLAPSE as Kim Jong-un cancels negotiations

    January 19, 2018 3:04 PM 7

    NORTH Korea's plans to hold diplomatic talks with South Korea have dramatically collapsed, as tensions between the rival nations show no sign of thawing. Kim Jong-un's rogue state started a rare dialogue with Seoul last week following months of heightened tensions in the region. But negotiations scheduled for this weekend have been dramatically called

  • Baby dies after car hits Copacabana Beach crowd

    January 19, 2018 1:53 AM 5

    Police say the driver lost control and sped across the promenade before coming to a stop on the beach. Witnesses describe seeing injured people lying on the pavement, 12 of the victims have been taken to hospital. The accident happened at 8:30pm local time on Thursday at the promenade along the Brazilian city's iconic waterfront. Police say the driver

  • ‘He’s playing a CYNICAL GAME’ Macron SLAMMED over ‘violent’ attitude towards migrants

    January 18, 2018 5:28 PM 11

    EMMANUEL Macron has been accused of exploiting the French public’s growing weariness of the migrant crisis to push through his tough new immigration and asylum laws. The French president Emmanuel Macron is “keeping his endgame under wraps” as he takes advantage of the public’s opinion of Paris having to deal with the migrant crisis, a prominent member

  • ‘We have to deal with BRITAIN’S immigration problems!’ French fury at Le Touquet agreement

    January 18, 2018 4:38 PM 9

    THE Le Touquet border deal is a “one-way” agreement which has allowed Britain to dump the migrant crisis on France, a border security expert has claimed. Oliver Cahn claimed although the Le Touquet agreement is a two-way deal “on paper”, the accord has left France to “bear the brunt” of the migrant crisis. Mr Cahn, who is also an expert in law, told French

  • Drone rescues teen swimmers stranded in sea in Australia

    January 18, 2018 2:23 PM 8

    The Little Ripper drone was sent to the rescue of the boys, aged 16 and 17, after they became trapped in 10ft waves in the rough seas of Lennox Head, New South Wales. A member of the public spotted the stricken youths, prompting the drone to be launched to their location. It then dropped a life raft which was used by the boys to get back to safety

  • We won't pay! Netherlands say nations hit most by Brexit should not plug EU funding hole

    January 17, 2018 2:39 PM 14

    THE Netherlands have warned EU nations hit most by Brexit will not plug the funding blackhole left by Britain’s decision to unshackle itself from the European Union. As Brussels chiefs count the cost of life without the UK, Jean-Claude Juncker ordered EU nations to prop-up the ailing bloc in the wake of the UK’s departure by raising their contributions

  • Mayon volcano MAP: Where are the danger zones around the erupting volcano?

    January 17, 2018 2:24 PM 14

    THE Mayon volcano eruption has forced the evacuation of more than 30,000 people as villages and communities have fled for their lives from oncoming lava flows and ash clouds. Here are the latest danger zones around the erupting Mount Mayon. The 8,077 foot-tall volcano , the most active one in the Philippines, erupted twice over the weekend - with volcanic