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Scottish politicians win bid for judicial review of Article 50

A judge rules that there is a "point of substance" to address in whether the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50.


Meet the dogs being trained to sniff out looted ancient treasures

Dogs are being trained to detect ancient treasures in an attempt to tackle cultural heritage trafficking.

Life & Style

How To Predict Flight Delays With Google Flights

Google Flights is now predicting flight delays, yet another case of how big tech is leveraging big data to streamline the travel experience. See how to use Google Flights' delays feature here.


Rumor Stormy Daniels has photo of Donald Trump’s penis sweeps the internet

They are convinced his alleged ex-mistress Stormy Daniels has hard evidence of an affair

United States

Device explodes in FedEx building outside San Antonio, police say

A device that exploded early Tuesday at a FedEx ground distribution facility in Texas, injuring one person, is likely linked to a string of bombings that have rocked the state's capital this month, federal officials said.


#DeleteFacebook movement grows following ‘data leak’ of 50 million users

The hashtag is trending in the wake of claims that Facebook sold private and personal information to sway elections.


Texas explosions: FBI investigating new blast at FedEx plant

The reports of an explosion at a FedEx site near San Antonio follow four bombings in Austin.


The 21 cities with the best quality of life in the world

Every year Mercer, one of the world's largest HR consultancy firms, releases its Quality of Living Index, which looks at which cities provide the best quality of life. The ranking is one of the most comprehensive of its kind and is carried out annual


UN calls on Turkey to end state of emergency

The United Nations has called on Turkey to end a state of emergency imposed after a 2016 failed coup attempt, saying it has led to "profound" human rights violations.


Acrobat dies after horrific fall during daring aerial stunt with his twin brother

Anton Martynov, 33, plunged from a height of around 20ft, breaking his spinal cord in two places and suffering a serious head injury


Austrian faces fine for calling police officers 'smurfs'

An Austrian man faces a 160-euro ($197) fine for describing police officers as "smurfs" in a warning about speed checks posted on Facebook.


Dylan Mika dead: Former New Zealand rugby union star dies aged 45 after suffering suspected heart attack

Mika played two tests for Samoa and seven for the All Blacks who he represented at the 1999 World Cup

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