World News

Wed 22 May 2019

French widow sues Boeing for $400 million

French widow sues Boeing for $400 million

Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 plunged into the ground — killing all 157 on board. One of them was the husband of Nadege Seex. Now, she wants justice.

Cartoon banned over same-sex wedding

Cartoon banned over same-sex wedding

An episode of the popular children’s show Arthur has been banned from being aired in Alabama because it features a same-sex wedding.

Horrific moment lifter’s leg shatters

Horrific moment lifter’s leg shatters

A video has emerged of the unsettling moment a weightlifter’s leg disintegrates during a live competition. WARNING: Distressing content.

Champion’s horrific reveal after death

Champion’s horrific reveal after death

An ice skating champion has come forward with horrific allegations against the partner she skated to glory with following his suicide.

May offers ‘last chance’ Brexit deal

May offers ‘last chance’ Brexit deal

Theresa May has caved in to Labour’s Brexit demands as she made a last-ditch plan to save her Brexit deal and protect herself from another embarrassing defeat.

Detail that spells big trouble for royals

Detail that spells big trouble for royals

Meghan Markle boasted an impressive CV long before she added Duchess to her name. Which is why this latest move is such a disappointment.

Aussie cricketer’s victim: ‘I hate him’

Aussie cricketer’s victim: ‘I hate him’

The woman raped by Australian cricketer Alex Hepburn has spoken out about her attack, saying it has had a lingering effect on her.

Ex-NFL star ‘raped homeless woman’

Ex-NFL star ‘raped homeless woman’

Former NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr “took what he wanted”, including raping a number of older women, his trial has heard.

Distraught mum’s tears for slain kids

Distraught mum’s tears for slain kids

A heartbroken mum shed tears and cried “my babies! Oh God!” at her ex-husband’s death penalty trial for murdering their five children.

Tue 21 May 2019

US warns of China’s new sinister spies

US warns of China’s new sinister spies

First, it was Huawei. Now the US Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning that our little spies in the sky may be double-agents.

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