• The 2018 leadership spill in numbers
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    The 2018 leadership spill in numbers

    After days of chaos in Canberra, Scott Morrison has emerged as the new leader of the Liberal party and the new prime minister of Australia. It's been almost impossible to keep track of every twist and turn in this Shakespearean drama, to help you get your head around it, we've pulled together

  • Michael 'like a tornado': Trump in Florida
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    Michael 'like a tornado': Trump in Florida

    U.S. President Donald Trump tours hurricane damage from Michael along the Florida panhandle and visits residents in ravaged Lynn Haven where he says, it was like an "extremely wide" tornado swept through. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Trump: 'rogue killers' may be to blame for Khashoggi mystery
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    Trump: 'rogue killers' may be to blame for Khashoggi mystery

    US President Trump says 'rogue killers' may be to blame for the Saudi journalist who never reappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

  • Arlene Foster describes 'blood-red' Brexit lines
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    Arlene Foster describes 'blood-red' Brexit lines

    DUP leader Arlene Foster has called for 'cool heads' in the Brexit talks amid growing fears that Britain will crash out of the bloc without a deal. PM Theresa May's Brexit plans have reached a crisis after she dramatically pulled the plug on a fledgling divorce settlement over the EU'

  • Kanye and Kim tout 'Yeezy' in Uganda
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    Kanye and Kim tout 'Yeezy' in Uganda

    A relatively subdued Kanye West and his wife promote his 'Yeezy' brand sneakers to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, just a few days after a long, stream of consciousness speech in the Oval Office with U.S. President Trump. West credits the 'Yeezy Effect' with helping the Adidas brand

  • Japan's Abe pledges sales tax hike in 2019
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    Japan's Abe pledges sales tax hike in 2019

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to go ahead with an increase in the national sales tax in October next year despite fears it could damage the economy. Francis Maguire reports

  • Protesters try to stop fracking at Cuadrilla site
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    Protesters try to stop fracking at Cuadrilla site

    Police closed off a road in Little Plumpton, Lancashire, as about 50 protesters gathered outside energy firm Cuadrilla's site ahead of the start of the hydraulic fracturing process. Fracking is the process that involves drilling into the ground, then pumping in water and chemicals to try and release

  • 9/11 co-organizer released from German jail, to be deported to Morocco
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    9/11 co-organizer released from German jail, to be deported to Morocco

    Mounir El Motassadeq, a friend of the September 11 hijackers who was sentenced to 15 years in a German prison in 2007 for being an accessory to mass murder, was deported to his native Morocco on Monday (October 15). Matthew Larotonda reports

  • Trump sends Pompeo to Saudi over missing reporter
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    Trump sends Pompeo to Saudi over missing reporter

    President Trump is sending Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to find out what happened to journalist Jamal Khashoggi. It comes after a phone conversation with the Saudi king. Sam Holder reports.

  • Panama City Residents in Awe of Neighborhood Damage the Morning After Michael
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    Panama City Residents in Awe of Neighborhood Damage the Morning After Michael

    Residents of Seneca Avenue in Panama City, Florida, assessed the widespread damage to their neighborhood on October 11, the morning after Hurricane Michael made landfall on Florida’s panhandle. Josh Champion wrote in an Instagram post that it took them and their neighbors two days to clear roadways through

  • Cars Submerged as Aude River Floods in Southern France
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    Cars Submerged as Aude River Floods in Southern France

    Residents in the Aude department of France were warned not to leave their homes or drive after multiple people died in flash flooding in the region on October 15. Red and orange alerts were in place on October 15. Edouard Philippe, France’s Minister of the Interior, said seven helicopters were mobilized

  • Why Italy might cook up a new euro debt crisis
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    Why Italy might cook up a new euro debt crisis

    Investors fear Italy's big spending plans could create a new euro zone debt crisis - only much worse than when the world was just worried about Greece, a much smaller economy. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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    Dad who named his son after Adolf Hitler

    A supremacist dad accused of being a member of a neo-Nazi terrorist group cradles his newborn baby named after Adolf Hitler while wearing a Ku Klux Klan robes. Prosecutors allege the photographs show Adam Thomas, 22, donning the hooded white robes while holding the tot he named after the Nazi leader.

  • Canadian students go to college to learn how to grow pot
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    Canadian students go to college to learn how to grow pot

    As Canadians prepare for the legalization of recreational cannabis this week, 24 students are becoming the first in the country to get formal credentials in growing pot.

  • Merkel vows to regain trust after conservative losses in Bavaria
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    Merkel vows to regain trust after conservative losses in Bavaria

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says heavy losses for her conservative allies in a Bavarian state election showed that voters had lost trust in government and promised to fight to regain it. Francesca Lynagh reports

  • U.S. tariffs loom at China's biggest trade fair
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    U.S. tariffs loom at China's biggest trade fair

    China's manufacturing might is front and centre at its largest trade expo, the Canton Fair. But, as Samantha Vadas reports, the thousands of exporters who have turned up to show off their goods are facing an uncertain future as a bitter trade war rages between Beijing and Washington.

  • Footage From Flight Through Hurricane Michael Shows Eye of the Storm
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    Footage From Flight Through Hurricane Michael Shows Eye of the Storm

    Footage released by the US military on October 14 shows the eye of Hurricane Michael as it made landfall in Florida on October 10. The death toll from the hurricane stood at 19 on Sunday, October 14, but was expected to rise as search and rescue operations continue. Credit: MSgt Jessica Kendziorek via

  • Lewinsky affair not 'abuse of power': Hillary Clinton
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    Lewinsky affair not 'abuse of power': Hillary Clinton

    In an interview with 'CBS Sunday Morning,' Hillary Clinton said her husband's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky was not an abuse of power. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Full statement: Corbyn slams May's Brexit Groundhog Day
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    Full statement: Corbyn slams May's Brexit Groundhog Day

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn MP attacked PM Theresa May after she updated MPs on a 'blindfold Brexit'. Mr Corbyn called the statement 'Groundhog Day', after claiming nothing had moved forward.

  • Palm Beach County Rescuers Arrive in Panhandle for Post-Michael Recovery
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    Palm Beach County Rescuers Arrive in Panhandle for Post-Michael Recovery

    A Palm Beach County Fire Rescue strike team arrived in the Florida Panhandle on Monday, October 15, to help with search and rescue efforts after Hurricane Michael. The strike team was made up of engines and crews from Delray Beach, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, and Boca Raton, officials said. Footage

  • Britain's May says Irish backstop cannot derail Brexit
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    Britain's May says Irish backstop cannot derail Brexit

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing growing pressure to rethink her plan for leaving the EU after Brexit talks reached a stand-off at the weekend over the so-called Irish backstop. As Laura Frykberg reports, the crisis has kept sterling near one week lows ahead of a crucial summit in Brussels