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A star witness at the impeachment inquiry has delivered a devastating blow to Donald Trump. Gordon Sondland, the US ambassador to the European Union, stunned Washington with bombshell evidence that blew a hole in the White House’s defences, implicated numerous senior officials and left the US president facing probable impeachment.

06:03:01 on 21 Nov

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A star witness at the impeachment inquiry has delivered a devastating blow to Donald Trump. Gordon Sondland, the US ambassador to the European Union, stunned Washington with bombshell evidence that blew a hole in the White House’s defences, implicated numerous senior officials and left the US president facing probable impeachment.

06:00:02 on 21 Nov

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The Duke of York says he is stepping back from royal duties because the Jeffrey Epstein scandal has become a "major disruption" to the Royal Family. Prince Andrew, 59, said he had asked the Queen for permission to withdraw for the "foreseeable future". He said he deeply sympathised with sex offender Epstein's victims and everyone who "wants some form of closure"

05:03:01 on 21 Nov

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The Duke of York says he is stepping back from royal duties because the Jeffrey Epstein scandal has become a "major disruption" to the Royal Family. Prince Andrew, 59, said he had asked the Queen for permission to withdraw for the "foreseeable future". He said he deeply sympathised with sex offender Epstein's victims and everyone who "wants some form of closure"

05:00:02 on 21 Nov

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Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has finally been allowed to leave the country to receive medical treatment in London. He is serving a prison sentence for corruption, and was previously barred from travelling abroad, until the Lahore High Court lifted the ban on Saturday, 16 November, and the government rubber-stamped the decision on Monday, 19 November.

03:33:01 on 21 Nov

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Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has finally been allowed to leave the country to receive medical treatment in London. He is serving a prison sentence for corruption, and was previously barred from travelling abroad, until the Lahore High Court lifted the ban on Saturday, 16 November, and the government rubber-stamped the decision on Monday, 19 November.

03:30:02 on 21 Nov

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Sri Lanka's new President Gotabaya Rajapaksa named his elder brother Mahinda Rajapaksa as the new prime minister as incumbent Ranil Wickremesinghe announced his resignation from the post after the election debacle. Mahinda, who is the opposition leader now, will assume duties immediately after Wickremesinghe steps down formally on Thursday.

02:03:01 on 21 Nov

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Sri Lanka's new President Gotabaya Rajapaksa named his elder brother Mahinda Rajapaksa as the new prime minister as incumbent Ranil Wickremesinghe announced his resignation from the post after the election debacle. Mahinda, who is the opposition leader now, will assume duties immediately after Wickremesinghe steps down formally on Thursday.

02:00:01 on 21 Nov

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A Hong Kong court on Tuesday ruled in favour of the extradition of Nabha jailbreak mastermind Ramanjit Singh, alias Romi, a Punjab government release said. Romi was the key conspirator in the Nabha jailbreak incident in 2016, in which six hardcore criminals, including two terrorists, were freed.

06:03:01 on 20 Nov

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A Hong Kong court on Tuesday ruled in favour of the extradition of Nabha jailbreak mastermind Ramanjit Singh, alias Romi, a Punjab government release said. Romi was the key conspirator in the Nabha jailbreak incident in 2016, in which six hardcore criminals, including two terrorists, were freed.

06:00:02 on 20 Nov

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About 100 protesters remain barricaded inside a Hong Kong university campus surrounded by police, as the standoff enters a third day. Protesters inside Polytechnic University are said to be running low on supplies, with one lawmaker saying they could not last "another day". Those inside expect to be arrested and charged with rioting if they walk out.

06:03:02 on 19 Nov

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About 100 protesters remain barricaded inside a Hong Kong university campus surrounded by police, as the standoff enters a third day. Protesters inside Polytechnic University are said to be running low on supplies, with one lawmaker saying they could not last "another day". Those inside expect to be arrested and charged with rioting if they walk out.

06:00:01 on 19 Nov

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The latest unrest in Iran is about something far more serious than rising gasoline prices. The proof is that, over the weekend, the regime took most of the country offline. NetBlocks, a nongovernmental organization that monitors digital rights, says that by Saturday, Iran’s internet connectivity was 5% of what it was earlier in the week.

05:03:01 on 19 Nov

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The latest unrest in Iran is about something far more serious than rising gasoline prices. The proof is that, over the weekend, the regime took most of the country offline. NetBlocks, a nongovernmental organization that monitors digital rights, says that by Saturday, Iran’s internet connectivity was 5% of what it was earlier in the week.

05:00:01 on 19 Nov

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Police are surrounding a Hong Kong university campus after a fiery overnight stand-off with hundreds of protesters inside. Dozens of protesters tried to leave after sunrise but turned back as police fired tear gas and rubber bullets. Earlier, police tried to enter Polytechnic University but were met with petrol bombs and bricks.

05:03:02 on 18 Nov

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Police are surrounding a Hong Kong university campus after a fiery overnight stand-off with hundreds of protesters inside. Dozens of protesters tried to leave after sunrise but turned back as police fired tear gas and rubber bullets. Earlier, police tried to enter Polytechnic University but were met with petrol bombs and bricks.

05:00:02 on 18 Nov

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Two students have been killed and three others injured by a gunman who opened fire at a secondary school in California, officials say. The shooting took place at the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles, minutes before the school day was due to begin. A 16-year-old male suspect, who was also injured, was taken into custody.

07:03:01 on 15 Nov

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Two students have been killed and three others injured by a gunman who opened fire at a secondary school in California, officials say. The shooting took place at the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles, minutes before the school day was due to begin. A 16-year-old male suspect, who was also injured, was taken into custody.

07:00:01 on 15 Nov

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Chinese students from the mainland sit in hostels and noodle shops in the neighbouring city of Shenzhen wondering how they’ll complete their studies. With campuses turned into blazing battlegrounds, courses cancelled and anti-China sentiment growing more virulent, students from mainland China are getting out of Hong Kong with little idea if they will ever go back.

06:33:02 on 14 Nov

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Chinese students from the mainland sit in hostels and noodle shops in the neighbouring city of Shenzhen wondering how they’ll complete their studies. With campuses turned into blazing battlegrounds, courses cancelled and anti-China sentiment growing more virulent, students from mainland China are getting out of Hong Kong with little idea if they will ever go back.

06:30:02 on 14 Nov

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A top US diplomat told impeachment hearings that President Trump directly asked about a Ukrainian investigation into his Democratic rival Joe Biden. In previously unheard testimony, Bill Taylor, the acting US ambassador to Ukraine, said a member of his staff was told Mr Trump was preoccupied with pushing for a probe into Mr Biden.

05:33:02 on 14 Nov

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A top US diplomat told impeachment hearings that President Trump directly asked about a Ukrainian investigation into his Democratic rival Joe Biden. In previously unheard testimony, Bill Taylor, the acting US ambassador to Ukraine, said a member of his staff was told Mr Trump was preoccupied with pushing for a probe into Mr Biden.

05:30:02 on 14 Nov

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It is "inexplicable and shameful" that the UK government has not yet published a report on alleged Russian interference in British politics, Hillary Clinton has told the BBC. The report has a formal security clearance, but it will not be released until after the 12 December election.

06:33:01 on 12 Nov

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It is "inexplicable and shameful" that the UK government has not yet published a report on alleged Russian interference in British politics, Hillary Clinton has told the BBC. The report has a formal security clearance, but it will not be released until after the 12 December election.

06:30:02 on 12 Nov

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Evo Morales has announced he will resign as president of Bolivia after the military called for him to step down and the police withdrew their support following weeks of unrest over disputed election results. In a televised address, Bolivia’s president of nearly 14 years said he was stepping down for the “good of the country”.

05:33:02 on 11 Nov

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Evo Morales has announced he will resign as president of Bolivia after the military called for him to step down and the police withdrew their support following weeks of unrest over disputed election results. In a televised address, Bolivia’s president of nearly 14 years said he was stepping down for the “good of the country”.

05:30:02 on 11 Nov

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A policeman has shot a protester during another day of violent demonstrations in Hong Kong. Footage posted on Facebook showed the officer drawing his gun before grappling with a man at a roadblock. When another man approached wearing a face mask, the officer fired at him, hitting him in the torso.

05:03:01 on 11 Nov

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A policeman has shot a protester during another day of violent demonstrations in Hong Kong. Footage posted on Facebook showed the officer drawing his gun before grappling with a man at a roadblock. When another man approached wearing a face mask, the officer fired at him, hitting him in the torso.

05:00:01 on 11 Nov

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At least three people are dead and thousands have been displaced by a weekend of bushfires in Australia. On Sunday, the fire emergency's third day, more than 100 blazes were still burning across New South Wales and Queensland. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said the military could be called upon to support the 1,300 firefighters working in the two states.

04:03:01 on 10 Nov

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At least three people are dead and thousands have been displaced by a weekend of bushfires in Australia. On Sunday, the fire emergency's third day, more than 100 blazes were still burning across New South Wales and Queensland. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said the military could be called upon to support the 1,300 firefighters working in the two states.

04:00:01 on 10 Nov

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US Democrats have made gains in key state elections, in what is seen as a blow to President Donald Trump. Democrat Andy Beshear claimed victory in Kentucky's governor vote, after a tight race in the conservative-leaning state. Meanwhile, Democrats seized full control of the legislature in Virginia for the first time in over 20 years.

05:33:01 on 06 Nov

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US Democrats have made gains in key state elections, in what is seen as a blow to President Donald Trump. Democrat Andy Beshear claimed victory in Kentucky's governor vote, after a tight race in the conservative-leaning state. Meanwhile, Democrats seized full control of the legislature in Virginia for the first time in over 20 years.

05:30:01 on 06 Nov

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