UK PM returns to Brussels for Brexit help

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn British Prime Minister Theresa May is heading to Brussels to try to win assurances on her Brexit deal in a bid to have it approved by the UK parliament.

Nine dead, 47 hurt in Turkish train crash

A high speed train has crashed in the Turkish capital Ankara, killing nine people and injuring 47.

Palestinian gunman kills two on West Bank

Two people have been shot dead and another two wounded in an attack by a Palestinian man on the West Bank, Israel's ambulance service says.

Sweden arrests terror plot suspect

A person suspected of plotting a terror attack has been arrested in Sweden.

Scientists design remote-control pill

Scientists have designed an electronic capsule that can be ingested and controlled wirelessly to deliver drug doses.

UN chief joins Yemen peace talks

Peace talks between Yemen's warring parties have won agreement on reopening Sanaa airport and restarting oil exports but no deal on a strategic Red Sea port.

Congo fire destroys voting machines

A fire has destroyed thousands of voting machines in Congo's capital Kinshasa ahead of the country's December 23 presidential election.

France ready to take gunman dead or alive

French police continue to hunt for a gunman who shot dead two people and injured others at a Christmas market in Strasbourg before fleeing.

Leopard kills meditating monk in India

A leopard has killed a Buddhist monk meditating in a forest in western India.

Five foreigners arrested in Bali for drugs

Some of the five foreigners arrested on drug charges in Bali over recent weeks could face the death penalty, Indonesian police say.

Call to lift marriagable age in Indonesia

Indonesia's Constitutional Court has given the legislature three years to revise the law and lift the minimum marriagable age for girls.

Second Canadian detained in China

A second Canadian has been detained in China in apparent retaliation for the arrest in Vancouver of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Israeli woman loses baby after attack

An Israeli woman wounded in a drive-by shooting by a Palestinian gunman has lost her baby after it was delivered by Caesarean section.

Near record high for jailed journalists

A new report says a near-record number of journalists are in jail around the world for doing their jobs.

Cambodia gives banned politicians a chance

All MPs of the ruling Cambodian People's Party have voted to allow banned politicians to return after a request to the prime minister or the interior minister.

Actress Keira Knightley to receive OBE

Love Actually star Keira Knightley will receive an OBE at Buckingham Palace from Prince Charles for her services to drama and charity

Three found alive in US mine after 4 days

Three people who went missing in West Virginia last weekend have ben found alive in a coal mine.

Avril Lavigne releases album after illness

Avril Lavigne says her new album Head Above Water will be released in February, her first in five years following a battle with Lyme disease.

Jailed Venezuela minister dies in custody

A Venezuelan ex-minister's death in custody is likely to focus attention on the conditions in which authorities are holding key former government officials.

Pilot survives plane crash off Hawaii

A pilot participating in a military exercise is in a stable condition after his Hawker Hunter jet crashed off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.

Trump, Mexico president discuss migration

Mexico's president has spoken with Donald Trump and discussed creating a joint program for development and job creation in Central America and Mexico.

NKorea slams US human traffic blacklisting

North Korea claims that the US taking issue with its human rights situation is a tactic to draw concessions in the stalled denuclearisation talks.

US suspects China in Marriott data breach

The hack included the theft of credit card and passport numbers from guests who stayed at Marriott hotels, and the US says Chinese hackers are responsible.

CBS News settles Rose harassment lawsuit

CBS News in the US has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit involving one of its most prominent personalities, with the payout amount kept secret.

Trump, Dems dig in over border wall fight

Fighting over how to fund a proposed border wall is something US politicians had hoped to avoid as Congress seeks to wrap up its work for the year.

Jailed Trump lawyer blames 'blind loyalty'

A judge has sentenced Donald Trump's former lawyer to three years' prison for tax evasion, lying to Congress and arranging illegal payments to silence women.

Theresa May's full post-vote statement

British Prime Minister Theresa May's statement in full after winning a vote of no confidence within her party.

Air France appoints first female CEO

Air France's parent company says the airline's first female CEO Anne Rigail will take charge next week. She is currently executive vice president.

US Senate debates America's role in Yemen

The US Senate has voted 60-39 to open debate on the resolution to pull American assistance from the Saudi-led war in Yemen.

Assange medical tests at Ecuador's urging

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has submitted to medical tests as part of a recent ruling while he continues to live in the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

Turkey to launch op against Kurds in Syria

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's patience with Washington over Syria seems to have worn thin, with his nation soon to confront Kurdish militia fighters there.

Philippoussis child rape case dismissed

US prosecutors can re-file the charges if Nick Philippoussis "somehow miraculously comes out of this coma and is competent" to stand trial, his lawyer said.

Antarctica station technicians killed

Two technicians working at an Antarctica scientific station have died, with a helicopter pilot discovering the pair unconscious on the floor.

Margot Robbie snares a surprise SAG nod

Nicole Kidman was considered a serious chance to score two SAG nominations, but has instead been shut out in a snub that could impact her Oscar hopes.

Strasbourg gunman was under surveillance

Neighbours remember Strasbourg shooting suspect Cherif Chekatt as an ordinary guy, but the 29-year-old has been on the police radar for some time.

BBC to probe Rupert Murdoch's media empire

The influence of newspaper mogul Rupert Murdoch's media empire will be explored in a new BBC three-part television series.

Possible contenders to be next UK PM

Who are the likely runners to become Conservative leader if Theresa May loses her party's vote of no confidence in her?

UK PM vows to fight confidence vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a change of leadership in the UK would jeopardise Brexit negotiations.

How UK leadership challenge will work

How the leadership challenge to British Prime Minister Theresa May will work.

EU to issue Brexit statement on Thursday

European Union leaders will issue a formal statement on Brexit after hearing from Prime Minister Theresa May on the state of Britain's plans to leave the bloc.

Strasbourg gunman cried 'Allahu Akbar'

Paris prosecutor Remy Heitz says the man suspected of carrying out a fatal shooting attack in Strasbourg cried out "Allahu Akbar".

Turkey to start military push in Syria

President Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will in a few days start an operation east of the Euphrates river in northern Syria to clear out separatists.

Greece cancels pension cuts

An improved budget outlook in Greece has led to a vote by lawmakers to cancel a major round of pension cuts.

Sri Lanka's sacked PM wins confidence vote

Sri Lankan MPs have backed former prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in a confidence vote, putting pressure on the president to reappoint him.

Lead Tory eurosceptics press May to resign

Leading Tory eurosceptics are pressuring British Prime Minister Theresa May to resign but cabinet ministers are rallying behind her.

Death toll 14 from Vietnam flash floods

Floods caused by unseasonal rains in Vietnam have cost 14 lives.

UK PM May vows to fight no-confidence vote

Lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party have triggered a vote of no confidence in her leadership as her Brexit plans plunge into chaos.

Vigils for UK woman Grace Millane sweep NZ

Thousands around New Zealand have turned out for candlelight vigils for British woman Grace Millane, amid national shock over the backpacker's death.

China says no info on detained Canadian

China's Foreign Ministry says it has no information on a Canadian being detained in retaliation for Canada's arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Arctic's second warmest year ever in 2018

The US National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration says 2018 was the Arctic region's second warmest year on record after 2016.

Three dead in France Xmas market shooting

Three people are dead and 12 wounded after a shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France's interior minister has said.

Trump bickers with top Democrats on camera

US President Donald Trump has argued with top Democrats in front of media at a meeting in the Oval Office on the border wall and a possible government shutdown.

Kidman, Jackman, Robbie seek SAG noms

Hugh Jackman's Oscar campaign for playing sex scandal-plagued 1988 US presidential candidate Gary Hart in The Front Runner is on life support.

Bill Cosby lawyers move to appeal sentence

Bill Cosby's are seeking to appeal his conviction for sexual assault and are alleging the trial judge made 11 errors including five other accusers to testify.

Rome's rubbish crisis goes up in smoke

Rome's rubbish problem, linked to an inefficient waste disposal plant, has become an emergency after the plant caught fire and sent smoke over the city.

EU leaders say no more Brexit negotiations

British PM Theresa May's dash across Europe has not been successful, with EU leaders insisting there will be no renegotiations of the Brexit divorce deal.

Five dead in Brazil cathedral shooting

Four people have been shot dead by a gunman during mass in a Catholic church in southeast Brazil; the shooter then took his own life, authorities say.

Armed police arrest man at UK parliament

A man has been arrested by armed police using a stun gun inside the grounds of the British parliament after he was suspected of trespassing at a protected site.

UN flags mass return of Syrian refugees

The UN refugee agency says up to 250,000 Syrian refugees could return home next year.

Jakarta rejects separatist rebels' demands

A demand by separatist rebels in the Indonesian province of Papua for negotiations on self-determination has been rejected by Jakarta.

Refugee footballer's Thai stay extended

A Bahraini football player with Australian refugee status who faces deportation from Thailand to his native country has had his detention extended in Bangkok.

EU tells May no Brexit deal renegotiation

In a last minute bid to avoid a disorderly exit from the EU, Theresa May will seek EU assurances over so-called backstop provisions in her Brexit deal.

Columbia Uni denounces white student rant

A white student at Columbia University in New York has delivered a rant to minority students, saying that Europeans "invented the modern world".

Trump to meet Democrats on shutdown, wall

A White House meeting between President Donald Trump and Democratic congressional leaders is set to discuss a partial government shutdown and the border wall.

US returns bells seized from Philippines

US defence officials have returned three bells to the Philippines after they were seized by American troops as war trophies more than a century ago.

Attack on Afghan intel team kills four

Four people have died and six others have been wounded in an attack targeting members of Afghanistan's main intelligence agency outside Kabul.

Thai junta lifts ban on political activity

Thais will go to the polls on February 24 after the military government lifted a ban on political activities.

City frogs have sexiest love songs: study

Female tungara frogs in Panama prefer the "sexier" mating calls of male frogs in the city to male frogs in the jungle, researchers say.

China, US discuss plans for trade talks

China's Vice Premier Liu He and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have discussed plans for tariff talks despite tension over a Huawei executive's arrest.

Clint Eastwood keeps working at 88

Clint Eastwood's daughter says she hopes he keeps working, otherwise he will "probably drop dead".

New Zealand legalises medicinal cannabis

NZ MPs have voted through a bill that will see medicinal cannabis production legalised and that some hope will spark a new industry in struggling towns.

NZ justice minster's plea to British media

NZ's justice minister has criticised British media's naming of a man accused of murdering Grace Millane, while police say her body was found "intact".

Heavy snow kills three, snarls US travel

Three people are dead, almost 140,000 homes are without power and hundreds of motorists have been left stranded by heavy snow in the southeastern United States.

Bohemian Rhapsody most-streamed song

Boosted by the new movie Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen's signature single has become the most streamed song of the 20th century.

Canadian court weighs bail for Huawei CFO

A Canadian judge has deferred a decision on bail for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who is facing US extradition, because he wants to hear more about surety.

Google accelerates Plus closure

Google is to close its Plus service earlier than planned after a privacy flaw exposed the personal information of more than 52 million users.

US Border Patrol arrest 32 demonstrators

Border Patrol agents have arrested 32 people at a protest in San Diego organised by a Quaker group to support Mexican immigrants.

Aust filmmaker's life may inspire Oscar

All These Creatures has been a sensation at film festivals around the world, including winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes and an AACTA award.

Russian agent Butina to plead guilty

A Russian agent accused of trying to infiltrate the NRA and improperly influence US policy towards Moscow is expected to plead guilty to spying charges.

Voyager 2 probe into interstellar space

The Voyager 2 probe, which left Earth in 1977, is on the verge of leaving our Solar System.

Disney takes monster $9.7 b at box office

With Avengers: Infinity War leading the way, Disney has topped $US7 billion ($A9.7 billion) for the year at the global box office for just the second time.

Collette, Kidman in Oscar battle

Australia's best chance at winning an Oscar appears to be The Favourite's production designer Fiona Crombie.

Macron speeds up tax cuts to quell unrest

French President Emmanuel Macron has promised to speed up tax cuts and raise wages in response to the riots that have plagued France for more than a month.

Actress tells of second kidney transplant

Actress Sarah Hyland has revealed in a US magazine interview that she has had a second kidney transplant, both times with organs donated by her family.

EU preparing for no-deal Brexit, says Tusk

The EU has ruled out reworking the Brexit deal it agreed to two weeks ago and will prepare for a no-deal scenario, European Council president Donald Tusk says.

Court date for ex-Trump chair Manafort

A court date has been set for for former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort after special counsel Robert Muller rescinded a plea deal over alleged lies.

Hush payments 'private transaction': Trump

US President Donald Trump has defended hush money paid to two women as a "simple private transaction" and blamed his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen for any mistakes.

UK court rules against Indian mogul Mallya

A UK court has ruled Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited over fraud allegations over debts incurred by his now-defunct Kingfisher Airline.

Indonesia troops allegedly kill civilians

Four civilians have been killed by Indonesian troops hunting separatist rebels in the restive province of Papua, a local resident says.

'Yellow vest' protests slow French economy

Economic growth in France will slow to a near standstill in the final quarter because of anti-government protests, the country's central bank says.

Hong Kong bus mounts pavement, kills one

One person has died and 13 people have been injured after a school bus ploughed on to a pavement in Hong Kong.

Huawei CFO hearing to resume in Canada

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou says she is innocent of accusations she covered up her company's links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran despite sanctions.

Trump backs massive defence budget request

At a time of potential belt-tightening, Donald Trump has reportedly backed a planned trillion-dollar defence-spending request of Congress.

Roma named best film of 2018 by LA Critics

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named Alfonso Cuaron's drama Roma best film of the year, adding to its steadily mounting honours.

UK woman's accused killer appears in court

A man accused of murdering British tourist Grace Millane in New Zealand has appeared in court, with the judge speaking of the Millane family's grief.

Protest alliance leads Armenian elections

Preliminary results show Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan's My Step alliance way ahead in snap parliamentary elections.

Pence man out as Trump's chief: sources

Sources say Mike Pence's chief of staff, Nick Ayers, is out of the running to fill the same role for President Donald Trump.

Macron to respond to yellow vest protests

French President Emmanuel Macron is set to announce "concrete and immediate" measures in response to nationwide anti-government protests.

Six Israelis wounded in shooting attack

A woman is in a critical condition and five other Israeli civilians have been wounded in a drive-by shooting at a bus stop on the West Bank.

Five officials killed in Sudan plane crash

At least five local government officials have been killed in a plane crash in Sudan's eastern al-Qadarif state, state TV reports.

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