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China reverses ban on tiger and rhino parts

China reverses ban on tiger and rhino partsChina has dropped its ban on products from tigers and rhinos in a move conservationists have dubbed a “death warrant” for the endangered species.

Camerawoman who kicked migrants acquitted by court

Camerawoman who kicked migrants acquitted by courtA camerawoman who tripped and kicked migrants fleeing from police in Hungary has been acquitted by the country’s supreme court.

Mob boss Whitey Bulger was ‘beaten to death in cell’

Mob boss Whitey Bulger was ‘beaten to death in cell’Infamous gangster James “Whitey” Bulger was “unrecognisable” after he was beaten to death in his cell by fellow inmates, reports say.

Facebook status update fails to spook investors

Facebook status update fails to spook investorsFacebook’s shares have risen after its latest results soothed investor fears of a drop-off in user growth.

Protests as Trump visits Pittsburgh after mass shooting

Protests as Trump visits Pittsburgh after mass shootingUS President Donald Trump faced protests as he visited Pittsburgh to pay tribute to the victims of the synagogue mass shooting.

Ecuador throws out Assange mistreatment claim

Ecuador throws out Assange mistreatment claimWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s claim that Ecuador is violating his “fundamental rights” in its London embassy has been thrown out by the country.

Couple die while taking selfie from Yosemite cliff edge

Couple die while taking selfie from Yosemite cliff edgeAn Indian couple who fell to their deaths from a cliff edge at Yosemite National Park were taking a selfie, a relative has revealed.

Syrian airstrike victim in London for surgery

Syrian airstrike victim in London for surgeryA paralysed Syrian teenager has arrived in the UK – a year and a half after I first met him desperately trying to get medical help in Greece.

German nurse admits killing 100 patients

German nurse admits killing 100 patientsA German nurse has admitted killing 100 patients in his care on the opening day of his trial.

Meghan’s work on women’s rights ‘really powerful’

Meghan’s work on women’s rights ‘really powerful’New Zealand’s prime minister has praised the Duchess of Sussex for her work promoting women’s rights.