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  • Bali volcano: Tourists pose for bikini and handstand selfies in front of erupting Mt Agung

    December 1, 2017 8:23 AM 15

    LOCALS living in the shadow of Bali’s volcano are fearing for their lives as tourists pose for selfies in bikinis and do handstands in front of the erupting Mount Agung. The eruption has forced more than 43,000 people to flee their homes with another 60,000 people ordered to evacuate immediately. The international airport on the island was closed for almost

  • Bali volcano map: Where is Mount Agung? Exclusion zone MAPPED

    November 30, 2017 5:50 PM 12

    THIS Bali volcano map shows the danger zone which many villagers are refusing to leave as Mount Agung continues to erupt. Just over 48,600 of the estimated 100,000 people living within an up to 10km radius danger zone have fled from the erupting volcano. But tens of thousands of people are believed to be at risk in the exclusion zone amid warnings that a larger

  • Macron CRISIS: French leader ‘at loggerheads’ with PM over controversial ban

    November 30, 2017 4:30 PM 16

    PRESIDENT Emmanuel Macron and his conservative premier are “at odds” over the planned ban of the controversial weedkiller glyphosate, a rival politician has claimed. Mr Macron said he would take the necessary measures for the use of the weedkiller to be banned in France as soon as alternatives are found, and at the latest within three years. His pledge

  • Rickety boat carrying 'North Koreans' found off Japanese coast

    November 30, 2017 6:54 AM 10

    The vessel is to be inspected after being towed to safety - in the same week as eight bodies were found on a "ghost ship". The wooden vessel was spotted near the town of Matsumae on Tuesday but could not be approached because of rough seas. Officials said the men on board communicated in Korean via loudspeakers. They also had a message board which said they were from North

  • EU set to send £89m aid to foreign armies for STATIONERY and furniture

    November 29, 2017 9:12 AM 11

    THE European Union wants to pump £88.5million of aid money into foreign armed forces, despite most of its members failing to meet Nato targets on defence spending. EU chiefs said foreign generals would be forbidden from using the hand-outs to fund "recurrent military expenditure" such as weapons, ammunition and combat training. But the cash can be spent

  • European Central Bank is 'OVERSTEPPING its mandate’: Backlash at ‘bad loan measures’

    November 28, 2017 11:41 AM 11

    THE European Central Bank (ECB) is keeping to its plan to toughen bad-loan rules for euro-area banks despite criticism from Italy and the Council of the European Union. Lawmakers, particularly those from Italy, have argued that the rules in their current form overstep the ECB’s mandate. In a further blow to the ECB proposal, the Council of the European

  • Bali volcano eruption UPDATE: Nasa satellite spots 'significant amounts' of magma on Agung

    November 27, 2017 7:02 PM 15

    BLISTERING magma has breached the surface of Mount Agung's spewing crater, one of Nasa's satellites has revealed. Anomalous heat signatures picked up by Nasa's Modis satellite and analysed by the Middle InfraRed Observation of Volcanic Activity (MIROVA) suggest dangerous magma has broken through to the surface of the Bali volcano. The American satellite

  • Russia pass law to brand media 'foreign agents' after US clamps down on Putin-backed RT

    November 26, 2017 12:34 AM 12

    RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has signed amendments into law that will enable foreign media outlets operating in Russia to be listed as “foreign agents”. Putin signed the amendments in retaliation to the US Government ordering Russian TV network Russia Today (RT) to register its American under Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), according to Russian

  • Chaos at Calais migrant camp as gun fight leaves five injured

    November 25, 2017 9:43 PM 15

    FIVE Afghan migrants were wounded earlier today after a gun fight took place in the northern French port of Calais. Gunshots were exchanged between groups of Afghanis today in the late afternoon, the local prefect’s office said. A police source told Reuters the incident occurred during what was probably a dispute between migrant smugglers. The shots

  • Mexico volcano erupts shooting ash and smoke into the air

    November 25, 2017 6:10 PM 11

    Mexico's Popocateptl volcano, also known as Popo, had three explosive eruptions, sending fragments into the sky. The first explosion occurred on Friday, with two more overnight, covering nearby villages in ash and smoke. Popocateptl has been active since the mid-1990s and authorities have placed the volcano on yellow alert, urging residents to avoid