• Explained: The rise of Greta Thunberg
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    Explained: The rise of Greta Thunberg

    From a solo protest in 2018 to millions joining her on the streets, Greta Thunberg has become a phenomenon.

  • In full: Mike Ashley on the future of the high street
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    In full: Mike Ashley on the future of the high street

    Mike Ashley tells Sky's Ian King House of Fraser could merge with Debenhams, and reveals his plan to save the wider high street

  • In full: Mike Ashley on the future of the high street
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    In full: Mike Ashley on the future of the high street

    Mike Ashley tells Sky's Ian King House of Fraser could merge with Debenhams, and reveals his plan to save the wider high street

  • Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson receives SPOTY Lifetime Achievement award
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    Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson receives SPOTY Lifetime Achievement award

    Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson received the Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement award to mark a stunning sporting career.Wheelchair racer Grey-Thompson won 11 Paralympic gold medals between 1992 and 2004 as well as six London Marathon titles. Following her retirement she has remained heavily

  • Stocks rise as investors cheer trade deal reports
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    Stocks rise as investors cheer trade deal reports

    European stocks took their cue Monday (December 16) from events in Beijing: (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) CHINA'S NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS SPOKESMAN, FU LINGHUI, SAYING: "The two sides have reached an agreement on the first phase of the text agreement, which should reduce

  • Scuffles Break Out as Trump Supporters Disrupt Schiff Town Hall on Armenian Genocide
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    Scuffles Break Out as Trump Supporters Disrupt Schiff Town Hall on Armenian Genocide

    Scuffles broke out at an Adam Schiff town hall meeting in Glendale, California, on Saturday, December 14, after supporters of President Donald Trump caused a disruption. The meeting was being held to mark the recognition of the Armenian Genocide. As Schiff began speaking, Trump supporters held up signs

  • Sparks Fly as Stolen Car Loses Tires During Queensland Police Chase
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    Sparks Fly as Stolen Car Loses Tires During Queensland Police Chase

    Sparks were literally flying during a police chase along the Pacific Motorway in Queensland overnight between December 15 and 16 as a stolen car continued despite losing two front tires when a stinger was deployed. Polair footage released by Queensland Police shows the vehicle losing its two front tires

  • Oklahoma Couple Use Christmas Lights Display for Gender Reveal
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    Oklahoma Couple Use Christmas Lights Display for Gender Reveal

    A couple from Muskogee, Oklahoma, who love the holidays, decided to reveal the gender of their second child by cleverly utilizing their Christmas lights. Kristina and David Green’s festive twist to their child’s gender reveal was posted to Facebook on December 13. “Is it a boy? Is it a girl?” the lights

  • Thai tsunami victims unidentified after 15 years
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    Thai tsunami victims unidentified after 15 years

    It's a day 76-year-old Hin Temna won't forget. He lost seven members of his family in the disaster and his eldest daughter remains missing. She and more than 1,500 people in the village were swept away by the deadly tsunami on Boxing day, 15 years ago that

  • Corbyn leaves his house saying 'good morning' to the press
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    Corbyn leaves his house saying 'good morning' to the press

    Jeremy Corbyn leaves his North London home saying how "utterly wonderful" it was seeing the awaiting press.

  • Icy Treats Help Animals at Adelaide Zoo Keep Cool in Heatwave
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    Icy Treats Help Animals at Adelaide Zoo Keep Cool in Heatwave

    Creative zookeepers at an Adelaide zoo have been helping their resident wildlife keep cool during the city’s heatwave. Images and videos shared by the zoo on December 16 shows various animals at South Australia Zoo beating the heat with a variety of different icy treats prepared for them by zookeepers

  • Dust Devil Whirls Across Drought-Hit Land in South Australia
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    Dust Devil Whirls Across Drought-Hit Land in South Australia

    A dust devil swirling over a patch of drought-hit land in Blakeview, South Australia, was captured on video by local resident James Soar on Monday, December 16. Soar told 9News : “It’s a common thing when ground is dry and there’s a bit of wind. I’ve seen many travelling through regional South Australia

  • Moment a heartless yob was caught on CCTV destroying a disabled five-year-old's £10,000 hydrotherapy pool - by filling it with PAINT
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    Moment a heartless yob was caught on CCTV destroying a disabled five-year-old's £10,000 hydrotherapy pool - by filling it with PAINT

    This is the moment a heartless yob was caught on CCTV destroying a disabled five-year-old's £10,000 hydrotherapy pool - by filling it with PAINT.Evie Carr was born with a condition which means she may never be able to walk unaided - but is remarkably able in the pool, thanks to the warm and therapeutic

  • Britain's longest-serving Santa Claus is still bringing the magic of Christmas to children after almost 60 years
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    Britain's longest-serving Santa Claus is still bringing the magic of Christmas to children after almost 60 years

    Britain's longest-serving Santa Claus is still bringing the magic of Christmas to children after donning his festive red suit for almost 60 YEARS. Ray Hulse, 75, has given out thousands of gifts to gleeful kids to make their dreams come true since stepping in as a stand-in Santa in 1962. He was

  • Do You Want to Burst a Snowman? Washington Cops Say This Suspect Did
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    Do You Want to Burst a Snowman? Washington Cops Say This Suspect Did

    Police in Woodland, Washington, are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect who was caught on camera deflating Christmas decorations on Saturday, December 14. According to the Woodland Police Department, officers responded to a residence on Raspberry Lane after reports of vandalism at

  • Ring Camera Hacker Brags of Watching Unsuspecting Homeowners and Taunts Police Officer
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    Ring Camera Hacker Brags of Watching Unsuspecting Homeowners and Taunts Police Officer

    Users of Amazon’s popular Ring surveillance cameras have reported people hacking into the devices to spy on their homes and harass them. Multiple families in different states have reported that hackers have spoken to them through the devices. An individual who hacked into the Ring surveillance camera

  • Politics: The state of the parties as Tories return with huge majority
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    Politics: The state of the parties as Tories return with huge majority

    A look at how the Government and opposition benches stand as Parliament returns after the general election - with the Conservatives now holding a huge majority in the House of Commons

  • Thousands of protesters return to Lebanese Parliament after crackdown in Beirut
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    Thousands of protesters return to Lebanese Parliament after crackdown in Beirut

    Thousands of Lebanese protesters have defiantly returned to rally outside parliament in Beirut, hours after security forces chased them out using tear gas and rubber bullets.Saturday night into Sunday saw one of the most violent crackdowns on protesters since nationwide anti-Government demonstrations

  • Delhi protesters vent anger at citizenship law
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    Delhi protesters vent anger at citizenship law

    More than 100 people were injured in India's capital city on Sunday (December 15) the fifth-straight day of violent protests against a new law. The act offers a path to citizenship for certain persecuted religious minorities, but not Muslims. That's sparked criticism

  • Mum spends December doing the school run in a different festive fancy dress costume every day
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    Mum spends December doing the school run in a different festive fancy dress costume every day

    A fun-loving mum-of-five has found the perfect way to outshine the yummy mummies at the school gates this festive season, by dropping her children off dressed as everything from a sprout to an elf or a reindeer.Sam Cloud's festive fancy dress has been bringing smiles to the faces of teachers and

  • Brexit: 46 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU
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    Brexit: 46 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

    Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.

  • Probes into NZ volcano tragedy may take a year
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    Probes into NZ volcano tragedy may take a year

    WorkSafe, New Zealand's primary regulator for workplace related incidents, has opened a health and safety investigation, Ardern said. She also announced a NZ$5 million ($3.2 million) fund to help small businesses affected by the eruption, after New Zealanders held a minute of silence to honour the

  • U.S. envoy brushes off North Korea's deadline
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    U.S. envoy brushes off North Korea's deadline

    The U.S. special envoy for North Korea urged Pyongyang to return to nuclear talks on Monday (December 16) . Stephen Biegun made a direct appeal to the North while visiting the South. (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR NORTH KOREA, STEPHEN BIEGUN, SAYING:

  • Dozens injured in Beirut protests
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    Dozens injured in Beirut protests

    Dozens were injured on the streets of Beirut Sunday (December 15) in clashes between protesters and security forces. Demonstrators had returned to the streets despite a fierce crackdown the night before. Sunday night's clashes are just the latest in an historic wave of protests

  • Pound rockets after exit poll
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    Pound rockets after exit poll

    The pound has surged after an exit poll suggested the Conservatives had secured a majority in the general election.