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Derbyshire Tories boycott EU elections as Farage's party poses threat
Conservative councillors in Derbyshire have voted to go on "strike" and not help candidates campaign in the upcoming European elections, in an extraordinary show of local defiance to the national party.
Tourists to be charged for driving on the 'Crookedest Street in the World'
The thousands of tourists who drive down San Francisco's famous crooked street each year could soon have to pay for the privilege.
Extinction Rebellion climate change campaigners to 'pause' London protest
Climate change protesters who have spent the last week bringing parts of central London to a standstill have said they are going to "pause" their rebellion and concentrate on political objectives instead.
NHS cyber attack hero Marcus Hutchins admits criminal charges in US
The British hacker who helped stop the ransomware attack on the NHS has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the US, according to court documents.
He stood up to Sudan's tyrannical government. Soldiers shot him dead
As Sudanese soldiers fire live rounds at unarmed protesters, a young man stands his ground, then moves forward, berating the soldiers for firing at civilians, telling them they should be ashamed.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy wins Ukraine presidential election by landslide - exit poll
Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy has won Ukraine's presidential election with 73% of the vote, according to an exit poll.
Call to restore powersharing as pair held over Lyra McKee murder are released
Talks to restore powersharing at Stormont should begin immediately following the murder of journalist Lyra McKee, the leader of the SDLP has said.
Kevin Durant fires for 33 points as Golden State Warriors take 3-1 series lead over LA Clippers
Kevin Durant scored 33 points as the visiting Golden State Warriors held on to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 113-105 in Game 4 of the Western Conference first-round series on Sunday.
Anger over Notre-Dame donations as yellow vest protests turn violent
Protesters have voiced frustration that the effort to save Notre-Dame Cathedral is overshadowing the yellow vest movement's demands, as protests in the French capital turned violent.
Dangerous days in Sudan after leadership talks break down
Huge protests have been taking place in Sudan, with demonstrators demanding that the military hands power to civilians.
EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker: The UK cannot keep delaying Brexit
The UK cannot delay Brexit indefinitely and must stop wasting time, the European commission chief has said.
Arrests made over 'devastating' blaze on West Yorkshire moorlands
Three men have been held in connection with a large fire started on Ilkley Moor, West Yorkshire.