Monday, 24 September 2018  
One dead in Nicaragua university protest


One student has died and 41 others have been injured after armed men attacked a university they were occupying in the capital of Nicaragua as part of anti-government protests, Amnesty International says.

Hunt for greatest British crime drama


The hunt for the best British crime drama of all time is underway with Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock to go up against Agatha Christie's Poirot.

�Falling tree kills two US TV journalists
�Israeli army kills Gaza fighter at border
�London mosque accepts bitcoin donations
�Spanish PM to face confidence vote
�Court says East Timor coalition wins vote
�China rejects US charges at WTO
�Seoul wants more talks with Pyongyang
�Malaysia makes record bust of crystal meth
Lady Gaga: 'A Star is Born' was 'not a career move'


Lady Gaga says that taking the lead role in "A Star Is Born" remake was something that felt right, while also praising director - and co-star - Bradley Cooper's musical talent. (Sept. 24)

Trump to veterans: 'You backed me and I back you'


President Donald Trump tells veterans that he 'delivered' just like he said he would on the campaign trail. His comments came during the signing ceremony for new Appropriations Bill in Las Vegas. (Sept. 21)

�Mystery surrounds the disappearance of Fan Bingbing
�Haley: Shouldn't second guess Kavanaugh accuser
�Ben and Jerry's co-founders serve up support for Democrats' efforts to flip the House
�Graham: 'Not going to ruin' Kavanaugh over Ford's accusation
�Conservative strategist takes leave of absence after 'inexcusable mistake' in claim Kavanaugh accuser misidentified alleged attacker
�Trump's trade war with China is about to get a whole lot bigger
�What's Tiger Woods really like?
�Winner takes all: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson confirm high-stakes one-off match

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