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Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

Britain has a future king after the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a healthy baby boy at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s hospital in Paddington at 16.24 pm BST, yesterday. The news was formally announced to the public at 20.30 pm after [read more]

Two earthquakes in China kill at least 89

Two earthquakes in China kill at least 89

At least 89 people have been killed and more than 500 hundred injured after a 6.6 Richter scale earthquake hit China’s north western province of Gansu on Monday morning. The earthquake struck the border of the two counties of Minxian and [read more]

Brutal cartel leader captured in northern Mexico

Brutal cartel leader captured in northern Mexico

The leader of one of Mexico’s most feared and violent drug cartels, The Zetas, has been captured in northern Mexico. Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, 40, who goes by the nickname Z-40 was captured by Mexican authorities on Monday near [read more]

Leaked report suggests Pakistan was “incompetent” over Bin Laden

Leaked report suggests Pakistan was “incompetent” over Bin Laden

Sheer incompetence and negligence led the Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden to live in Pakistan for more than a decade, a leaked government report has revealed. According to the report leaked to Al-Jazeera, the killing of Bin Laden by US [read more]

Boeing 777 crashes at San Francisco airport

Boeing 777 crashes at San Francisco airport

An Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft from Seoul crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport yesterday, killing two people and injuring more than 180. Early reports suggest that the plane was unstable as it touched down, which led [read more]

Qatada deported from Britain

Qatada deported from Britain

Radical cleric Abu Qatada was deported from Britain in the early hours of Sunday morning. The Palestinian-Jordanian cleric’s plane left from RAF Northolt at 2:46 am BST. The plane was headed for his home country of Jordan where he will [read more]

Morsi ousted by the Egyptian army

Morsi ousted by the Egyptian army

Fireworks lit Tahir Square in Cairo as Mohammed Morsi was ousted as Egypt’s president in a military coup last night. The Egyptian army has also announced a temporary transitional period, suspending the constitution and pledging new [read more]

Mandela family feud aired in court

Mandela family feud aired in court

The remains of Nelson Mandela’s three children have been dug up after his family won a court battle to have them moved on Wednesday. Authorities said three bodies were found in unmarked graves on the compound belonging to his eldest [read more]

Ian Brady claimed he killed four more people in recently revealed letters

Ian Brady claimed he killed four more people in recently revealed letters

Moors murderer Ian Brady, who, along with his accomplice Myra Hindley, abducted and killed five children, has claimed he killed four more people. The claims were made in recently revealed handwritten letters from Brady to former [read more]

122 arrested in secondary school raids in Chile

122 arrested in secondary school raids in Chile

Police in Chile have arrested more than 122 pupils in a police raid of secondary schools that had been taken over by their students for months as part of a protest against the Chilean education system. On Friday morning, Chile’s [read more]

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