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Mugabe assured protection in resignation deal

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Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has reportedly been "assured protection" as part of a deal over his resignation.

Myanmar 'ready to take back' Rohingya refugees

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Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed a deal to allow hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees to return home.

Weather warnings as 70 rescued from floods

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Dozens of people have been rescued from flood incidents in Lancashire after more than 4cm of rain fell in 24 hours.

MS-13 gang 'beheads man and rips out his heart'

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A man was beheaded and had his heart ripped out by a gang before they buried him in a park near Washington DC, police have said.

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British Gas burned by customers as prices rise

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Investors in the owner of British Gas have been left feeling cold after Centrica warned its earnings would be hit by a series of woes including an exodus of 823,000 domestic energy customers.

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Multiyork collapse leaves 550 jobs at risk

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Almost 550 jobs are at risk at the furniture manufacturer and retailer Multiyork after administrators were called in.

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Police alert as fraudsters target festive shoppers

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Christmas shoppers are being warned they could become victims of fraud after a big leap in incidents during the last festive season.

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'Critical phase' as missing sub runs low on oxygen

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The search for a missing Argentinian submarine has entered a "critical phase" as the crew's oxygen supply could be running low.

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Chancellor challenged over stamp duty 'gimmick'

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Philip Hammond is facing questions from Labour on his Budget stamp duty cut for first-time buyers and from Tory Eurosceptics on proposed payments to Brussels after Brexit.

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A firefighting Budget - but will it survive intact?

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It was a firefighting Budget, uncharacteristic of opening budgets of any parliament, designed to solve short-term political problems and give a nod towards a longer-term vision.

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Submarine hunt: RAF plane back on Argentine soil

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An RAF aircraft has landed on Argentinian soil for the first time since the Falklands War to assist in the search for a missing submarine.

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Budget: The five things you need to know

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Here are the five things you need to know about this Budget.

Bounty offered for head of Bollywood actress

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The release of a Bollywood film has been put on hold after a $1.5m (£1.1m) bounty was offered to anyone who beheads lead actress Deepika Padukone and the film’s director.

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Met Police investigating second Spacey claim

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Police in the UK are investigating a second alleged sexual assault by actor Kevin Spacey, dating back to 2005.

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Mnangagwa arrives in Harare, heads to State House

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Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Zimbabwe and has gone to the State House to be briefed, a ZANU-PF official has said.

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'Evil Butcher of Bosnia' guilty of war crimes

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A former Bosnian Serb general has been called the "epitome of evil" after he was convicted of a string of crimes including genocide by a UN tribunal.

Stamp duty cut but gloom on growth and deficit

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The Chancellor has given first-time buyers a boost by abolishing stamp duty on homes up to £300,000, but there were gloomy forecasts about the health of the economy.

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Hunt for man 'who hid camera in Starbucks toilet'

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Detectives are searching for a man who appears to have filmed himself installing a covert camera in a toilet of a London coffee shop.

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Hat-trick! Footballer legs it for baby's birth

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Wigan winger Ryan Colclough had an eventful match on Tuesday, scoring twice before rushing from pitch to hospital to meet his newborn son.

Autumn Budget: The key points at a glance

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne carries the Budget Box outside 11 Downing Street on March 16, 2016 in London, England. Today's budget will set the expenditure of the public sector for the…

Wednesday, Nov 22

North Korean defector shot as he runs to South

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Footage has been released of a North Korean defector coming under fire as he makes a break to cross the heavily fortified border into the South.

David Cassidy, 1970s teen idol, dies aged 67

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David Cassidy, whose role in the 1970s show The Partridge Family earned him teen heart-throb status, has died aged 67.

'Bright future for Britain' to be unveiled in Budget

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Phillip Hammond will attempt to get Britain "fit for the future" as he faces the toughest set of Budget constraints of any Chancellor in a generation.

Tuesday, Nov 21

Mugabe successor on way back to be sworn in

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Zimbabwe's former vice president is due to return home to be sworn in as president after the resignation of Robert Mugabe.

Gove faces fresh row as DEFRA director quits

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Environment Secretary Michael Gove is facing a fresh row over his treatment of independent Whitehall directors after demanding that board members commit several days each week to their non-executive roles.

Rival tells Mugabe: Quit now or face humiliation

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Zimbabwe's ousted vice president has called on Robert Mugabe to quit immediately - paving the way for him to take over.

Monday, Nov 20

Brexiteers appear to back £40bn EU divorce bill

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Theresa May appears to have won the backing of Cabinet Brexiteers to double the UK's "divorce bill" offer from £20bn to £40bn.

'Roadmap agreed' with Mugabe, says army chief

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Zimbabwe's military chief Constantino Chiwenga says a roadmap has been agreed with deposed president Robert Mugabe.

The hackers using 'fake news' against IS

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Islamic State pioneered modern online propaganda but their own techniques are now being turned against them to cause mistrust.

Sunday, Nov 19

Gaffe overshadows Hammond Budget interviews

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Philip Hammond has been accused of being out of touch after claiming "there are no unemployed people" in his pre-Budget interviews.

Mugabe faces impeachment after refusing to go

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Robert Mugabe is facing impeachment after he called on Zimbabwe to "move forward" instead of announcing his resignation as president.

Young sniper victim: They call me 'girl with no eyes'

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Somehow, Maryam Samir survived the war in Mosul but there was a moment several months ago, when her father Ahmad left her for dead.

Mystery deepens over missing sub amid signals

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Rescuers searching for a missing Argentinian naval submarine are trying to pinpoint the location of emergency signals, although they do not know whether they originated from the vessel.

Saturday, Nov 18

Gaia Pope's family 'devastated' after body found

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The family of Gaia Pope have said they are "absolutely devastated" after police searching for the missing 19-year-old found a body.

Anti-Mugabe rally 'truly spine-tingling'

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Mass euphoria, mixed with frustration infused the streets of Zimbabwe's capital Harare and other cities up and down the country as tens of thousands of people answered the call to demonstrate their wish that their President, Robert Mugabe,…

Mugabe 'set to be sacked' by his Zanu-PF party

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Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF is meeting this morning to approve the dismissal of Robert Mugabe as its leader, according to sources within the party.

Helicopter pilot killed in mid-air crash named

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One of the four people killed after a mid-air collision between a plane and a helicopter has been named as Captain Mike Green.