Scientists turn off Large Hadron ColliderThe world’s most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has been switched off after scientists concluded a second run of experiments.
‘Mankind could disappear’: Stark warning at climate change summitA major United Nations climate change summit has begun in Poland, as tens of thousands also took to the streets in Brussels to demand urgent action.
Nigerian president denies he died and was replaced by cloneThe Nigerian president has denied rumours he died following a period of ill health and was replaced by a Sudanese clone.
Qatar to quit OPEC oil group to focus on gasQatar says it will withdraw from the OPEC group of major oil-producing nations in January.
Texts show Khashoggi feared Saudi crown prince would target himJournalist Jamal Khashoggi feared Saudi’s crown prince would target him two months before he was killed, texts to a fellow exile have revealed.
Far-right party surges in Spanish electionA far-right party won seats in a Spanish regional parliament for the first time since the country returned to democracy following the death of dictator Francisco Franco in 1975.
Stocks and oil surge after US-China trade war truceStock markets are rallying worldwide after the US and China agreed to suspend new tariffs in their trade war to allow for peace talks.
Boxer Adonis Stevenson ‘gone from critical to stable’ after KOCanadian boxer Adonis Stevenson has “gone from critical to stable” but remains in an induced coma after being knocked out in a title fight, his promoter has said.
Macron visits Arc de Triomphe after riots tear parts of Paris apartFrance’s president has visited the graffiti-damaged Arc de Triomphe after hundreds of people were arrested during the country’s worst riots in 50 years.
Christians in Middle East face ‘extinction’ – archbishopChristian communities in the Middle East face the prospect of “imminent extinction”, the Archbishop of Canterbury has warned.