Nigeria 'baby factory' raided in Lagos

More than 160 children are rescued from a "baby factory" and illegal orphanages, an official says.


    Iran's supreme leader says Muslim nations should unite against the "bullying" United States

    Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reportedly issued the rallying cry in a televised address in which he claimed his nation had "sucessfully" withstood America and "other arrogant powers"


      Kuwait expels Filipino envoy, recalls own ambassador

      Move comes after discovery of Philippine embassy staff 'encouraging workers to flee employers' households', KUNA says.


        Iraqi women election candidates targeted for abuse gain UN support

        Women running in Iraq's elections are being subjected to "defamation and violence", the UN says.


          Viagogo faces legal action by competition watchdog

          The reseller fails to give consumers better information about the tickets it sells on, the CMA says.


            Daca: Trump administration ordered to resume young immigrant scheme

            The government must restore a scheme to let young undocumented immigrants stay, a judge says.


              Hamleys owner 'eyes House of Fraser deal'

              The Chinese firm that owns the toy store could take a stake in the department store chain, a report says.


                Women could add $4.5 trillion to Asian economies

                A failure by Asian countries to bring more women into the workforce could be very costly, a new report by McKinsey Global Institute says.

                  United Kingdom

                  Alfie Evans' life support withdrawn, father says

                  The life support of seriously ill toddler Alfie Evans was withdrawn last night, his father says.


                    Families 'asked to pay care home top-up fees by councils'

                    Families are being asked to pay top-up fees to get placements for relatives, a charity says.


                      Homeless in Swansea, NPT and Bridgend 'pull out own teeth'

                      Some are pulling out their teeth to relieve pain because they cannot access a dentist, a watchdog says.


                        Zimbabwean nurses return to work after strike

                        Mass walkout over poor working conditions and pay was 'politicised', union says, after government fires striking staff.


                          Yemen: Saudi coalition air raids kill 20 at wedding in Hajjah

                          Many women and children among those killed in a wedding tent in Hajjah's Bani Qays district, medical official says.


                            Armed forces commissioner for Wales idea rejected on cost grounds

                            Half a million pounds a year to run the post would be better spent on services, a minister says.


                              Labrador has 2kg tumour the size of a football removed

                              Lucy the labrador is now making "a great recovery" after surgery, the Blue Cross pet charity says.


                                Simon and Garfunkel's rift was so vicious 'they could've stabbed each other had there been knife to hand'

                                Paul Simon's manager Joseph Rascoff had to stand guard to stop them fighting - and says: “I genuinely believed that if there had been a knife on the table one of them would have used it”


                                  Saudi: Gunfire as police shoot down 'toy drone' near royal palace

                                  Saudi police open investigation after security forces shot down an unauthorised, small drone-type toy, state media says.


                                    Chemical experts leave for Douma - Russia

                                    International experts have finally gone to the site of the suspected attack in Syria, Russia says.


                                      Judge 'blocks' sale of Frida Kahlo doll after complaint from Mexican artist's family

                                      A Mexican judge has blocked a company associated with US toymaker Mattel Inc from commercializing the image of artist Frida Kahlo, her family says, as it seeks to halt sales of a Barbie doll styled after the influential artist.


                                        Chuck Schumer introduces marijuana decriminalization bill on 4/20

                                        “If smoking marijuana doesn’t hurt anybody else, why shouldn’t we allow people to do it?” Schumer says


                                          Samantha Bee blasts Fox News’ Sean Hannity: “His whole show is just an hour-long list of lies”

                                          “People think it’s news, because he doesn’t sweat as much as Alex Jones,” the “Full Frontal” host says


                                            John McDonnell says Labour offering the City 'new start'

                                            A Labour government would offer bankers a seat at the table on policy making, John McDonnell says

                                              United States

                                              Syracuse University fraternity suspended over 'extremely racist' video

                                              Students at a New York university were filmed using "extremely racist", "homophobic" language, chancellor says.


                                                A&E performance in Wales hits another record low

                                                The extreme weather in March had an impact on A&E waiting times figures, the health secretary says.


                                                  TalkTalk and Vodafone top complaints chart again

                                                  TalkTalk, Vodafone and BT drew the most complaints for their services, the regulator says.


                                                    Hywel Dda: No hospital changes 'simply not an option'

                                                    Not making changes to hospitals in west Wales is "simply not an option", Hywel Dda health board says.


                                                      Electric car charge points 'critical' for Welsh economy

                                                      Wales is "lagging behind" the rest of the UK for electric car charge points, an organisation says.

                                                        United Kingdom

                                                        Farmer mocks snowflake ‘townies’ complaining about his ‘noisy and smelly’ animals with hilarious warning sign

                                                        A FARMER has put up a sign mocking townies who moan about the noise and smell of his hens, pigs and geese. Stephen Nolan, 48, got fed up after four years of complaints. His sign says: “This property is a farm. Farms have animals and animals make funny s


                                                          Rebels kidnap couple on Ecuador and Colombia border

                                                          Following deaths of kidnapped journalists, rebels by splinter FARC group also abduct Ecuadorian couple, government says.


                                                            Gunpoint threat to doctors to deny Syria chemical attack, says MP

                                                            Doctors in Syria are threatened at gunpoint to deny there was a chemical weapons attack, an MP says.


                                                              European Commission plans to open talks with Albania and Macedonia about joining the EU

                                                              Progress has been made on reforms in the countries, EU foreign affair chief says

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