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South Sudan's army chief General James Ajongo has died: government spokesman

JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan's army chief General James Ajongo died in Cairo on Friday following a short illness, government spokesman Michael Makuei Lueth said.


Manchester United to demand £140m for Paul Pogba if French ace leaves this summer

MANCHESTER UNITED would demand £140million if they decide to sell Paul Pogba this summer, according to reports. Pogba’s future at Old Trafford is suddenly in doubt after a disappointing season which has seen his influence on the side begin to fade.


Israel drops leaflets warning Gazans not to approach border

GAZA (Reuters) - Israel dropped leaflets in the Gaza Strip on Friday warning Palestinians not to approach its border fence as the military braced for fresh clashes along the frontier.


Syrian army bombards south Damascus enclave

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian army bombarded jihadists in the last area outside government control near Damascus on Friday, as President Bashar al-Assad accelerated his push to retake remaining enclaves.


The Windrush Scandal Is Just The Tip Of The Immigration Iceberg

Earlier this week the Secretary of State for the Home Office acknowledged in Parliament that herdepartment has lost sight of individuals. We see this day in day out in practice. The creation of hostility only results in the removal of humanity. The W


New species of 'exploding ants' discovered in Southeast Asia

Fifteen new species of “exploding ants” – including one entirely new to science – have been discovered in Southeast Asia, Gizmodo reported, citing the results of a survey published Thursday in the science journal ZooKeys.


Austria says will bar Turkish politicians from campaigning on its soil

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's right-wing coalition government, which is strongly opposed to Turkey joining the European Union, will bar Turkish politicians from campaigning on its territory ahead of June elections in Turkey, the chancellor has said.


Koreas set up hotline between leaders ahead of summit

North and South Korea have installed a telephone hotline between their leaders as they prepare for a rare summit next week aimed at resolving the nuclear standoff with Pyongyang.


Basque militant group ETA: 'We really are sorry'

Basque militant group ETA says it is sorry for the pain that its armed campaign for Basque independence has caused, and vows not to return to violence.

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Arizona Teachers Vote for the First-Ever Statewide Walkout to Demand Increased Funding

Arizona teachers voted to walk off the job to demand better school funding. The strike builds on a movement for higher pay in other states

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UK weather forecast – sun and 25C heat today but thunderstorms on way from Saturday

IT will be another glorious day of sunshine for Brits today as temperatures of 25C are expected to follow the hottest day of the year. The weekend will remain warm, but the blue skies won’t last as thunder storms are forecast to roll in on Saturday.


Pound dips as Carney casts doubt on May rate rise - business live

The pound falls against the dollar and the euro after Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, suggests expectations that UK interest rates will rise in May could be overblown UK interest rate rise is not a foregone conclusion, Carney saysBarclay

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