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Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee passes away aged 95 after battling illness

Daily Mail Online 169 sources

The co-founder of Marvel Comics had been in declining health for the past year, and there had been a number of battles regarding who would inherit his $70 million fortune.

Israel hit by Hamas rockets after covert raid on Gaza

The Times / Sport 85 sources

Hamas has fired dozens of missiles into Israel after seven of its fighters died in a shootout in Gaza yesterday involving Israeli special forces. A senior Israeli officer was killed and another soldier was wounded in the clash with the…

Neo-Nazi couple who named baby after Hitler convicted

Sky News 34 sources

A "fanatical" couple who named their baby after Hitler have been convicted of being members of a neo-Nazi terrorist group.

The celebrities caught up in the California wildfires

As wildfires continue to tear across California, celebrities are among the hundreds of thousands of people forced to flee their homes in Los Angeles and Malibu.

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Lord Lester faces longest suspension after offering honours for sex

The Times / News 12 sources

A senior peer is facing the longest suspension in parliamentary history after he was found to have invited a woman to become his mistress in return for promotion to the House of Lords. Lord Lester of Herne Hill, the architect of Britain's…

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Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus, Orlando Bloom and more celeb homes affected by Woolsey fire as wildfire rages

Metro.co.uk 67 sources

A number of stars have lost their homes in the California wildfires (Picture: Metro)

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BA owner seeks support from Spain in case of no-deal Brexit

The Guardian 6 sources

British Airways owner IAG has been seeking Spanish government support to continue its operations in the wake of a disorderly Brexit. According to letters reported in Spanish newspaper El País, Spain's government and Brussels doubt whether…

Suzy Lamplugh's brother's 'disappointment' as garden search ends

Daily Mail Online 11 sources

EXCLUSIVE: Two weeks ago, officers moved in on a house in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands which used to belong to the mother of suspect John Cannan.

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Russia suspected of jamming GPS signal in Finland

BBC / Europe 13 sources

Finland's PM suggests it was jammed deliberately in northern Finnish airspace during Nato exercises.

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Meghan Markle chooses nude – but was she right? Queen's GOLDEN rule on Remembrance Day

MEGHAN Markle divided royal fans after she opted to follow the Queen’s golden rule by wearing a pair of nude tights during Remembrance Sunday commemorations alongside her grandmother-in-law.

In Riyadh, Hunt calls for Khashoggi justice, end to Yemen war

Reuters / World 29 sources

RIYADH (Reuters) - Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt met Saudi Arabia's King Salman in Riyadh on Monday on a visit to press for an end to the war in Yemen and for Saudi leaders to cooperate with an investigation into the murder of journalist…

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Brit dies from rabies after being bitten by cat in Morocco

ITV / News 38 sources

A British person has died after contracting rabies following a bite from a rabid cat during a trip to Morocco.

Jo Johnson accuses Theresa May of deceiving British people over Brexit

Former minister savages PM's plans and says she's hiding bitter economic truth Remainers pledge to block her in commons and predict more will quit

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Labour's Keir Starmer says Brexit can be stopped

The Guardian 22 sources

Shadow Brexit secretary contradicts Corbyn’s recent remarks and reaffirms second referendum option

Two charged following Sheffield crash which left four dead

ITV / News 12 sources

Two men have been charged in connection with the deaths of four people on Friday.

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China says will further open up its economy, slams rising protectionism

Reuters 9 sources

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday Beijing will further open up its economy in the face of rising protectionism, as he headed for meetings with Asia-Pacific leaders in Singapore that are expected to focus on trade tensions.

Neck scan could indicate dementia risk

A five-minute neck scan could predict cognitive decline 10 years before symptoms appear, according to scientists.

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Northern Ireland pays its respects to mark 100 years since end of First World War

Belfast fell silent on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War as the military, politicians, veterans and the public gathered to pay their respects to the fallen.

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Change Brexit course or face total surrender - Britain's Boris Johnson

Reuters / UK 23 sources

Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson called again on Sunday for Prime Minister Theresa May to change course on Brexit, accusing her of forcing through a deal to keep the country locked in the EU's customs union in a "total…

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The Wall Street Journal: Death toll from Camp Fire at 29, matching deadliest in California history

MarketWatch 115 sources

Firefighters are battling two deadly California wildfires that have claimed at least 31 lives, left more than 100 people missing and a quarter million under evacuation, while unhealthy smoke levels have prompted warnings to stay indoors.

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UK piles pressure on Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi killing

The Guardian 29 sources

Jeremy Hunt will attempt to encourage Saudi authorities to cooperate with Turkish investigation

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Emmanuel Macron Condemns Nationalism As 'Betrayal Of Patriotism' In Front Of Donald Trump

Huffington Post UK 71 sources

French President Emmanuel Macron has condemned nationalism as a “betrayal of patriotism” in an address to world leaders who gathered in Paris for Armistice commemorations on Sunday.

Sunday, Nov 11

Prince Harry and Meghan arrive with senior royals for Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert

Daily Mail Online 20 sources

The annual Festival of Remembrance in London, which commemorates the war dead, will include performances from Sir Tom Jones and Sheridan Smith

Armistice Day: silences mark 100 years since end of first world war - live updates

The Guardian 106 sources

Rolling coverage of events including commemorations in Britain, France and Belgium

Queen watches on as Prince Charles leads nation's tributes to war dead at Cenotaph

Daily Star 18 sources

PRINCE Charles led the nation's tributes to the thousands who lost their lives in WWI on the centenary of the Armistice today, alongside a host of major royals and public figures.

Armistice Day: Macron urges world leaders to reject nationalism

BBC.com 71 sources

Events to mark the centenary of the end of World War One have been taking place around the world.

Saturday, Nov 10

Four killed including baby boy 1 killed after car chased by police hits VW Touran

Daily Mail Online 20 sources

Four people - including a one-year-old baby - were killed with a VW Golf being chased by police in Sheffield crashed into their VW Touran late last night. A 22-year-old woman is fighting for her life.

Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkey 'shared tapes' with Saudi, US

BBC.com 101 sources

Turkey's president says he has shared recordings of the murder of the writer with the US, UK and Saudis.

Meghan Markle joins Queen in tribute to fallen heroes at Festival of Remembrance

Mirror Online 20 sources

Meghan Markle, Prince William and Kate were joined by Prince Harry as they attended the event to mark the centenary of the Armistice

California wildfires: Nine dead and more than 150,000 evacuated

BBC / News 247 sources

Five victims were in cars overcome by the Camp Fire in the north of the state, officials say.

Friday, Nov 9

One killed as man 'stabs shoppers' and attacks police with knife on Melbourne's Bourke Street

Daily Mail Online 206 sources

A knife-wielding Somali terrorist has been shot dead by police after crashing a car on Melbourne's Bourke Street then setting it on fire, before stabbing three shoppers, killing one.

Jo Johnson quits as minister over Theresa May's Brexit plan

The Guardian 82 sources

Transport minister says he cannot support deal and will campaign for second referendum

Theresa May's convoy hit by car in Belgium – two police officers injured

Daily Star 30 sources

THERESA May has been involved in a car crash after a vehicle smashed into her convoy in Belgium as the PM visits war graves ahead of Armistice Day.

DUP accuses May of breaking Brexit pledge over 'Irish Sea border'

The Guardian 35 sources

PM says in letter she would not let break-up of UK customs territory ‘come into force’

Thursday, Nov 8

Thousand Oaks shooting: gunman kills 12 at California western bar

The Guardian 589 sources

Sheriff’s deputy is among the dead and the gunman was found dead inside the bar

Trump bans CNN reporter Jim Acosta from White House after fiery press conference

Mirror Online 183 sources

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders appeared to accuse the veteran reporter of assault after a White House intern tried to wrestle the microphone from his hand

'I won't meddle, I'm not that stupid' - Charles

Sky News / UK 74 sources

Prince Charles has denied suggestions he'll be a meddling monarch when he one day becomes king, saying "I'm not that stupid".

Blasphemy case woman Asia Bibi is free, lawyer claims

Asia Bibi, the Christian woman who had her death sentence for blasphemy overturned by a Pakistani court, has been freed from a women's prison in the Punjabi city of Multan. Pakistani media reported last night that prison officials had…

Wednesday, Nov 7

Trump fires Jeff Sessions as attorney general hours after the mid-terms

Daily Mail Online 368 sources

Sessions was expected to quit or be fired soon after the election. However, Trump at his news conference declined to say whether he'd be getting the boot now or later.

Live midterm election results 2018

The Guardian 368 sources

Donald Trump faces a major test as voters in all 50 states go to the polls. The Democrats will be hoping to win enough seats to take the House of Representatives, and dreaming of a majority in the Senate. Track live results of all races

Furious mother of teenager, 19, arrested over Grenfell effigy video speaks out after sick stunt

The furious mother of a teenager arrested over a viral video showing a model of the Grenfell Tower burning on a bonfire has said she was "disgusted" after seeing the footage.

Dems take House in midterm elections but Republicans control Senate

Daily Mail Online 430 sources

The Democrats had won 204 seats in the American House of Representatives early on Wednesday and were on course for a majority, but their 'blue wave' of support broke short of the Senate.