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Britain is a dangerous mess, former PM Blair says

Britain is a dangerous mess, former PM Blair says

Former prime minister Tony Blair said on Monday that Britain was in a dangerous mess and that neither his own Labour Party nor Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives deserved to win a Dec. 12 election.

Arctic blast brings dangerous cold to Midwest, New England

Arctic blast brings dangerous cold to Midwest, New England

Winter winds and ice sheets will bring extreme cold and ice-slick roads to the Midwestern and Eastern United States on Monday.

Trump says nuclear test shows North Korea remains dangerous to US

Trump says nuclear test shows North Korea remains dangerous to US

North Korea’s ‘words and actions continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the United States,’ US President Donald Trump said on Twitter in his first reaction ...

More of the same demanded from relentless Real Madrid

More of the same demanded from relentless Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane has lifted Real Madrid to such heights in less than two years in charge as coach that the challenge now facing the Frenchman is simply maintaining the status quo.

Royal couple meet Holocaust survivors on Polish visit

Royal couple meet Holocaust survivors on Polish visit

Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate visited a former Nazi concentration camp in Poland on Tuesday where they heard the personal accounts of Holocaust survivors.

Santander to take over Popular as ECB says the bank was failing

Santander to take over Popular as ECB says the bank was failing

Banco Santander stepped in to take over stricken rival Banco Popular Espanol in a deal brokered by regulators that imposes billions of losses on investors.

EU official meets Modi

EU official meets Modi

The European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of a meeting in New Delhi.

Thousands protest against court statue

Thousands protest against court statue

Thousands of supporters of a hardline Bangladeshi Islamist group staged protests yesterday calling for the removal or destruction of a controversial statue from the nation’s highest court.

Juppe backs Fillon, says he’s not jumping ship

Juppe backs Fillon, says he’s not jumping ship

Former prime minister Alain Juppe threw his support yesterday behind Francois Fillon’s French presidential bid, hoping to heal party divisions days after he sharply criticised the conservative candidate in a speech.

Church slams ‘reign of terror’ behind drug war

Church slams ‘reign of terror’ behind drug war

The Philippines’ Catholic Church assailed President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs for creating a “reign of terror” among the poor, in sermons read out at services yesterday that will be repeated to congregations across the country today.

Sirisena slams rivals, vows reconciliation

Sirisena slams rivals, vows reconciliation

Sri Lanka’s President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday slammed critics of his ethnic reconciliation plan as the country emerges from a decades-long ethnic war that claimed over 100,000 lives.

Cameroon have not asked for ban on Liverpool’s Matip

Cameroon have not asked for ban on Liverpool’s Matip

Cameroon have not asked FIFA to stop defender Joel Matip playing for Liverpool during the African Nations Cup but they have not given the Premier League club the green light to field the player either, Cameroonian officials said yesterday.