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US: Tillerson calls for India ties to opposite China

US: Tillerson calls for India ties to opposite China

Image copyright Reuters US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has pronounced the US wants to lower co-operation with India in the face of flourishing Chinese change in Asia. He described India as a “partner” in a “strategic relationship”, adding the US would “never have the same attribute with China, a non-democratic society”. He pronounced Beijing […]

Trump was unresponsive in call to widow

Trump was unresponsive in call to widow

Media captionCongresswoman Frederica Wilson: “How unresponsive can you be?” The mom of a US infantryman who was killed in movement has corroborated a congresswoman’s explain that President Donald Trump showed insensitivity during a phone call to her son’s widow. Representative Frederica Wilson pronounced he had told Myeshia Johnson: “He knew what he was signing up […]

Catalonia: Spain final looms over autonomy push

Catalonia: Spain final looms over autonomy push

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Tough choices: How will Carles Puigdemont (L) answer Mariano Rajoy’s ultimatum? Catalonia’s personality Carles Puigdemont is confronting a final deadline to dump a secession bid, with Spain warning it will postpone the region’s liberty if he fails to do so by 10:00 (08:00 GMT). After a referendum on 1 October, […]

Awkward and invasive

Awkward and invasive

Frank McGowan was sexually assaulted at a party in Glasgow two years ago. He says he “didn’t feel under threat” by his attacker, Cheryl Cottrell, given she was a woman. The film-maker, who is gay, has been struggling with post dire highlight commotion and suicidal thoughts given it happened. Cheryl Cottrell, 29, was put on […]

The ‘silent raid’

The ‘silent raid’

Image copyright Imperial War Museum Image caption Three homes were busted and many others shop-worn in Glenview Road, Hither Green On an Oct night 100 years ago, 7 300lb bombs fell by the clouds above London. One killed 7 people on alighting in a street in Piccadilly. Ten some-more died when buildings were hit in […]

Codebreaker quiz

Codebreaker quiz

One of the successful stocking-fillers of last Christmas was the GCHQ nonplus book, which allowed small mortals to combat with monstrous conundrums constructed by the folk at the comprehension and confidence organisation. Jumping on the comprehension bandwagon this year is Bletchley Park Brainteasers. Try the multiple of trivia and twisters to find out if you […]

‘Death Island’

‘Death Island’

Image copyright Aleksey Suhanovsky Image caption Marina Titova lays a carnation in memory of her great-great-uncle who died on Mudyug When British soldiers were sent to Russia after the Russian Revolution their categorical enemies were the Germans and their allies – their opponents in World War One – but they also found themselves fighting and […]

Newspaper headlines: FA chiefs ‘urged to resign’ and PM pledge

Newspaper headlines: FA chiefs ‘urged to resign’ and PM pledge

Image caption The Guardian leads with calls for Football Association chiefs to resign, after the arch executive, Martin Glenn, was accused of poise “bordering on blackmail” by former England player Eniola Aluko Image caption The categorical story in the Daily Telegraph focuses on an open minute from pro-leave MPs – including former cupboard ministers – […]

‘Excalibur’ sword in mill stolen from Brecon Beacons

‘Excalibur’ sword in mill stolen from Brecon Beacons

Image copyright Adam Tatton-Reid Image caption The captivate was renouned with children and tourists who visited the Brecon Beacons. A renouned sword in the mill traveller captivate at Llangorse Lake nearby Brecon, formed on King Arthur’s Excalibur, has been stolen. The sword, which was bound to the mill with cement, went blank on Saturday. Brecon […]

Scots haggis exports to Canada to resume after 46 years

Scots haggis exports to Canada to resume after 46 years

Image copyright PA Image caption Haggis producers have been operative on new recipes to get around regulations in Canada and the US Scotland is to start exporting haggis to Canada for the first time in 46 years, it has been announced. Canada carried a anathema on imports of red beef from Europe in 2015 but […]

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