• Children as young as seven recruited by gangs to sell drugs
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    Children as young as seven recruited by gangs to sell drugs

    Children as young as seven have been recruited by "county lines" gangs to move drugs around the country, The Children's Society has said.

  • Trump downplays flare-up in Syria amid ceasefire
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    Trump downplays flare-up in Syria amid ceasefire

    President Donald Trump on Friday downplayed an outbreak of violence amid a U.S. brokered truce along the Syrian Turkish border. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP, SAYING: "There was some sniper fire this morning, there was mortar fire this morning that was

  • IMF chief 'jumped' on news of Brexit deal
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    IMF chief 'jumped' on news of Brexit deal

    Sky's economics editor Ed Conway asks IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva for her reaction to the Brexit deal.

  • Canada's Trudeau says fighting for every vote
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    Canada's Trudeau says fighting for every vote

    Back in 2015 when Justin Trudeau was voted in as Canada's new prime minister...he had this to say MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA (FILE - OCTOBER 20, 2015) (SOUNDBITE) (English) JUSTIN TRUDEAU, CANADA'S LIBERAL PARTY LEADER, SAYING: "Canadians from all across this great country sent

  • Boeing pilots' messages on 737 MAX safety raise new questions
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    Boeing pilots' messages on 737 MAX safety raise new questions

    Jaw-dropping allegations involving Boeing and the grounded 737 MAX airplane involved in two deadly crashes. According to documents seen by Reuters… Instant messages between the MAX's then-chief technical pilot and another Boeing pilot in 2016 show that the head technical

  • Rugby World Cup match preview: Wales v France
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    Rugby World Cup match preview: Wales v France

    Warren Gatland's Wales side face Six Nations rivals France in the World Cup quarter-final.Since suffering an agonising 9-8 loss in the 2011 World Cup semi-final, Wales have beaten France in seven of the last eight meetings.Gatland’s time with Wales ends after the tournament and the New Zealander

  • Nigel Farage calls on MPs to reject Boris Johnson's Brexit deal
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    Nigel Farage calls on MPs to reject Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

    Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage called on MPs to reject Boris Johnson's deal during the meaningful vote in Parliament on Saturday.Mr Farage said the revised deal was no different to the one put forward to Parliament by Theresa May earlier in the year.

  • Wall Street pressured by global growth concerns
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    Wall Street pressured by global growth concerns

    Stocks on Wall Street dropped Friday as investors grappled with weak GDP numbers out of China that showed growth falling to its lowest level in nearly three decades. The Dow sank more than 200 points - dragged down by Johnson & Johnson and Boeing. Both facing scandals.

  • Violence rocks Barcelona on fifth night of protests
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    Violence rocks Barcelona on fifth night of protests

    The violence came after a day of largely peaceful demonstrations as more than half a million people flooded the streets of the Catalan capital to denounce the lengthy jail terms that have sent a shockwave through Spanish politics. But as night fell, masked youths blocked a broad boulevard

  • Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Manchester City
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    Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Manchester City

    Champions Manchester City face a tricky trip to London to face an in-form Crystal Palace side who are only a few places below them in the table.Pep Guardiola's team will be hoping to bounce back from their surprise loss to Wolves in their last Premier League encounter.

  • Turkey agrees 'ceasefire' in Syria offensive
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    Turkey agrees 'ceasefire' in Syria offensive

    After a short offensive leaving hundreds dead, Ankara gets the buffer zone it wants and there are signs the Kurds will comply.

  • Berlin Zoo's Twin Panda Cubs Open Their Eyes for the First Time
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    Berlin Zoo's Twin Panda Cubs Open Their Eyes for the First Time

    Twin pandas at Zoo Berlin in Germany can “finally begin to see the world around them” after the pair opened their eyes for the first time, six weeks after their birth, the zoo announced on October 18. The zoo said a six-year-old giant panda named Meng Meng gave birth to the cubs on August 31. Since then

  • Greta Thunberg: 'Our future is at stake'
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    Greta Thunberg: 'Our future is at stake'

    Swedish activist Greta Thunberg joined other young climate activists in Canada's energy heartland of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Thunberg, who has mobilized a global youth movement against climate change, faced a difficult audience in Alberta where the energy sector provides 150,000 direct

  • U.S. astronauts soar in first all-female spacewalk
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    U.S. astronauts soar in first all-female spacewalk

    History was made Friday in outer space. For the first time ever - there was an all-female spacewalk. Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir stepped outside of the International Space Station in order to replace batteries on equipment located on station's exterior.

  • Protesters clash with police in Barcelona
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    Protesters clash with police in Barcelona

    Protesters clash with police in Barcelona following an earlier peaceful demonstration against the conviction of Catalan independence leaders.Protests have been going on in the city for several days.Many shops and factories have been closed in response to the demonstrations.

  • Investors should be on the hunt for yield - Jay Jacobs
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    Investors should be on the hunt for yield - Jay Jacobs

    "If you look at a preferred share that's paying 5 or 6 percent yield, in a sideways, volatile market, that's actually a very attractive return," Jacobs said. Amid the uncertainty, Jacobs said that he sees growth in fintech, robotics and artificial intelligence.

  • Emergency services cordon off Manchester Arndale Centre after 'man with knife' arrested
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    Emergency services cordon off Manchester Arndale Centre after 'man with knife' arrested

    Emergency services cordon off the Manchester Arndale Centre after police arrested a "man with a knife" on October 18.Greater Manchester Police released a statement on Twitter: "Police remain in attendance at Manchester Arndale Centre following reports of a man with a knife."Officers

  • Key earnings next week: McDonald's, Boeing, Caterpillar
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    Key earnings next week: McDonald's, Boeing, Caterpillar

    Earnings season kicks into high gear in the coming week. McDonald's is likely to post an increase in third-quarter profits and sales. Investors will also be looking for word on how McDonald's hopes to capitalize on two recent trends - the chicken sandwich craze and the demand for

  • Jonny no-mates: Sexton trains alone before New Zealand quarter-final
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    Jonny no-mates: Sexton trains alone before New Zealand quarter-final

    SHOWS: TOKYO, JAPAN (OCTOBER 18, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) IRELAND FLYHALF, JONNY SEXTON, SAYING: "For me I just didn't want to break routine really before the big game. I've never not kicked in a stadium before a big

  • Japan change fullback for South Africa quarter-final
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    Japan change fullback for South Africa quarter-final

    SHOWS: TOKYO, JAPAN (OCTOBER 18, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JAPAN COACH, JAMIE JOSEPH, SAYING: "So just for the changes, firstly, Tupou had HIA (head injury assessment) at the last game against Scotland, and he failed the medical protocols

  • Premier League match preview: Manchester United v Liverpool
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    Premier League match preview: Manchester United v Liverpool

    Liverpool go into their clash against arch-rivals Manchester United hoping to continue their 100 per cent record and condemn the Red Devils to a third defeat in four matches in the Premier League.

  • Wallabies captain Hooper ready for battle in quarter-final showdown
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    Wallabies captain Hooper ready for battle in quarter-final showdown

    SHOWS: OITA JAPAN (OCTOBER 19, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN WORLD CUP CAPTAIN, MICHAEL HOOPER, SAYING: "It's important to understand, it's been something we've looked into, what starting well actually looks like. I'

  • “Never again” – South Africa looking to eradicate Brighton memories against Japan
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    “Never again” – South Africa looking to eradicate Brighton memories against Japan

    SHOWS: TOKYO, JAPAN (OCTOBER 18, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOUTH AFRICA CAPTAIN, SIYA KOLISI, SAYING: "It was very tough to lose like that (in Brighton), in England, that has stuck with us until the game we had to play when we got here (against

  • Police arrest Extinction Rebellion protester who climbed Big Ben dressed as Boris Johnson
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    Police arrest Extinction Rebellion protester who climbed Big Ben dressed as Boris Johnson

    The Extinction Rebellion protester who climbed the scaffolding of Big Ben dressed as Boris Johnson has been brought down and arrested by police on October 18.Footage captured shows police leading the protester into a van and driving away from Parliament. The protester waves as he passes by and blows

  • Catalan protesters continue to clash with police in Barcelona
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    Catalan protesters continue to clash with police in Barcelona

    Catalan protestors continue to clash with police in Barcelona, Spain. Police have estimated more than 500,000 people joined the rally on Friday (October 18). "A general strike was announced in Spain and five marches, all peaceful, converged on the Barcelona city centre, bringing the streets to a