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Brink of WAR: Trump’s terrifying warning to world - ‘I will TOTALLY DESTROY North Korea’

Daily Express 180 sources

NORTH Korea's "depraved regime" will be "totally destroyed" if the USA is pushed too far, Donald Trump warned in his first UN General Assembly speech this afternoon.

Bomb squad called to 'suspicious object' on M1

Sky News / UK 40 sources

Police have closed a section of the M1 in both directions after a "suspicious object" was found under a bridge.

Boris Johnson 'will resign before weekend' if May disagrees with Brexit vision

Daily Express 22 sources

BORIS Johnson will resign from Theresa May's Cabinet before the weekend if the Prime Minister does not agree with his Brexit vision, it is understood.

Grenfell Tower Fire Criminal Investigation To Consider Individual Charges Of Manslaughter

Huffington Post UK 17 sources

A police probe into the Grenfell Tower fire may consider individual as well as corporate manslaughter charges, Scotland Yard has confirmed.

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Vince Cable: I can lead Lib Dems back to power

BBC 8 sources

New Lib Dem leader attacks the "masochism" of Brexit and vows to bring "hope" in conference speech.

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Aung San Suu Kyi: Myanmar ‘does not fear world scrutiny’

The Week UK 256 sources

Description; Aung San Suu Kyi gives her first public address on the Rohingya crisis

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A simple accident on romantic holiday left this young woman unable to walk, talk or feel any emotion

Mirror Online 5 sources

Zalehka Price-Davies was on a break in Dublin when she tumbled down nine steps on a morning walk and woke up in hospital

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Ryanair offer £10,000 bonus to pilots who choose to give up leave amid strikes threat

Irish budget airline has asked pilots to work on some days off to avoid cancelling further flights.

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Police close M1 both directions causing five-mile queues

Daily Mail Online 40 sources

Stricken motorists are stuck in several miles of tailbacks after police closed the M1 in both directions between junction 15 for Northampton and junction 14 for Milton Keynes.

Jeremy Corbyn mocks Piers Morgan in Spanish after meeting with Arsenal star Hector Bellerin

The Independent 11 sources

Jeremy Corbyn has responded to Piers Morgan's claim that he was deliberately "shut out" of a conversation with Spanish Arsenal full back Hector Bellerin when the Labour leader deliberately switched into Spanish, by tweeting at both men, in…

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Grenfell death toll 'may be below 80'

BBC 17 sources

The number of people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire may be lower than previously thought, police say.

Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy protection in US

BBC / Business 247 sources

The once dominant toy retailer has struggled against larger rivals such as Amazon and Walmart.

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In footsteps of Parsons Green bomb suspect

Sky News 18 sources

It was just before 7am last Friday when a security camera attached to a house in Sunbury-on-Thames captured an image that sources have told Sky News may be the Parsons Green Tube bomber.

Boris Johnson would normally be sacked by now, says Ken Clarke

The Guardian 20 sources

Senior Tory accuses foreign secretary of exploiting parliamentary minority to make ‘dishonest’ claims in apparent leadership bid

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Hurricane Maria 'devastates' Dominica: PM

BBC.com 482 sources

The hurricane battered the island of Dominica at category five, and is now approaching Guadeloupe.

Mhairi Black Defends Susan Calman Over Strictly Come Dancing Same-Sex Partner Row

Mhairi Black has defended lesbian comedian Susan Calman over her decision to dance with a man on Strictly Come Dancing.

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Ryanair to cancel up to six Dublin flights a day until end of October

The Irish Times 135 sources

O’Leary apologises for ‘mess’ that will see 48 flights every day cancelled across Europe

Parsons Green bucket bomb suspect bragged about smoking dope and drinking vodka on social media

The Sun 64 sources

A MAN arrested over the Parsons Green bombing bragged about his "westernised" lifestyle on social media. Yahya Faroukh, 21, is still being quizzed by cops after his arrest on Saturday night and appeared to enjoy smoking cannabis and…

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Brexit is an example of deglobalisation, says Carney

BoE governor warns Britain’s exit from EU will hurt economy as trade ties weaken

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Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims face worsening humanitarian crisis with refugee camps at breaking point

ITV / News 63 sources

In the last few weeks, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar where they face violence and persecution.

Hurricane Maria: UK Caribbean territories warned

BBC / UK 701 sources

Hurricane warnings are in force for the Caribbean, including Montserrat and the British Virgin Islands.

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Justin Trudeau warns Boeing over trade dispute

CNN / Money 62 sources

Canada's Prime Minister spoke about the Boeing-Bombardier trade spat with British Prime Minister Theresa May, who also supports Bombardier.

Tottenham fire: 140 firefighters tackle major blaze at White Hart Lane warehouse

AROUND 140 firefighters are tackling a major blaze at a warehouse on White Hart Lane in Tottenham, north London.

Monday, Sep 18

Who won the Emmy Awards 2017: List of winners and nominees in full plus red carpet glamour

Mirror Online 997 sources

Find out who took home the top prizes at this year's Oscars of the TV world at the 69th primetime Emmy Awards

Is this Parsons Green suspect on his way to attack?

Daily Mail Online 87 sources

CCTV footage shows the suspect leaving the house in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey - which has been raided by police in the wake of his arrest - at 6.50am, an hour-and-a-half before the attack.

Revealed: Ryanair releases full list of upcoming cancellations

Independent.ie 135 sources

Ryanair has published a full list of its upcoming flight cancellations, as the airline cancels up to 50 flights a day over the next six weeks.

Arrogant killer cyclist RAISES EYEBROWS as he’s jailed for mowing down mum for ‘thrills’

Daily Express 22 sources

A FORMER courier who knocked down and killed a mother-of-two while riding an illegal Olympic-style racing bike has been sentenced to 18 months in a young offenders institution.

Sunday, Sep 17

Parsons Green tube bomb: police arrest second man

The Guardian 246 sources

Suspect, 21, was arrested in Hounslow, west London, at 11.50pm on Saturday, the Met’s counter-terrorism command said

Boris Johnson Slammed For 'Backseat Driving Brexit' By Amber Rudd

Huffington Post UK 63 sources

"You could call it backseat driving" - Amber Rudd reacts to Boris Johnson comments on #Brexit #marr https://t.co/JjlWvzSdWt pic.twitter.com/OGcsG575rh

Terror threat level reduced as police question tube bombing suspects

The Guardian 118 sources

Home secretary says ‘good progress’ has been made in investigation, with threat level taken down from critical to severe

British Airways flight evacuated on runway at Paris airport over 'direct security threat'

Mirror Online 83 sources

Dozens of security vehicles, armed police and firefighters surrounded the Airbus A320 as passengers were ordered to move 'single file' onto the runway

Saturday, Sep 16

Parsons Green tube terror attack: Live updates as police say they're 'chasing suspects' after threat level raised to 'critical'

Mirror Online 942 sources

'Critical' means an attack is expected imminently and soldiers will be on the streets to guard key sites

London tube bombing: armed police search house in Sunbury - live updates

The Guardian 226 sources

Detectives investigating Friday’s terrorist attack at Parsons Green station launch operation in Surrey

Boris Johnson ought to be fired, furious Tories tell May

The Guardian 68 sources

Anger grows over foreign secretary’s newspaper article, viewed in Westminster as the start of a leadership bid

M5 crash leaves at least four people dead 'after lorry crashes through central reservation into oncoming traffic'

Mirror Online 42 sources

The horror smash has forced a section of the motorway to be closed in both directions - sparking massive tailbacks

Friday, Sep 15

North Korea fires second ballistic missile over Japan

BBC.com 555 sources

Japan "strongly protested" while the US says China and Russia must take "direct action" against Pyongyang.

Parsons Green tube explosion: May says threat level remains at severe and rebukes Trump – live updates

The Guardian 562 sources

Follow live updates as PM responds to president’s comments on Twitter by saying it’s not helpful to speculate about train bomb that injured 22 people

Cassini: Everything Nasa learned from the epic Saturn mission

The Independent 379 sources

Nasa's Cassini spacecraft will end its epic 13-year exploration of Saturn and its moons today, by taking a death plunge into the ringed planet's thick atmosphere. It was one of the most ambitious space missions ever, and will also be…

Unions demand pay rise for one million NHS staff

Sky News / UK 11 sources

NHS unions have demanded the Government hand a 3.9% pay boost and an £800 cash payment to more than one million health workers.

Thursday, Sep 14

Moment woman arrested for breaking into Prince's school

Daily Mail Online 74 sources

The woman was arrested in a planned swoop as she sat outside a restaurant in Battersea Square with two men, one believed to be an undercover police officer, this afternoon.

Grenfell Tower inquiry opens with survivors' confidence low – live

The Guardian 64 sources

Local residents express disappointment at perceived lack of community involvement as Sir Martin Moore-Bick launches inquiry

Irma: Eight dead at Florida nursing home left without power

BBC / News 309 sources

Three people are found dead at the care facility and five others die after reaching hospital.

Selena Gomez looks healthy after kidney transplant

Daily Mail Online 214 sources

Selena Gomez, 25, was spotted on the set of her latest film, an untitled Woody Allen movie, in New York on Thursday just hours after revealing she underwent a secret kidney transplant.