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  • For some reaon, Australians can't seem to get enough of Prince Harry and Meghan. Here are the highlights of their Australian tour so far, as enraptured royal fans lined up in the thousands, even in the pouring rain, to catch a glimpse of the pair.

      

  • 'I use Snapchat so I can tell everyone I'm a buff ting': kids and their parents talk social media

      

  • This is the moment the US president praised a Republican congressman for his violent attack on a journalist. "Any guy that can do a body slam … he's my guy."

Donald J. Trump’s comments mark the first time the president has openly and directly praised a violent act against a journalist on American soil.

      

  • A video from our archive for Anti-Slavery Day: 'There are 21 million people in slavery today globally. It’s the third most lucrative criminal industry just behind gun smuggling and drug trafficking, and happening all around us but often goes unnoticed. Would you recognise modern-day slavery if you came face-to-face with it?'

      

  • Canada legalises it! It's just become the largest legal marijuana marketplace in the world. Ian Power, one of the first buyers of the legal drug, said: "I don't think I've ever been as excited for anything else in my life as I am tonight."

      

  • Saudi Arabia is one of the most abhorrent regimes on earth and the UK government is complicit in their terror, argues Owen Jone​s ​

      

  • Smith's Farm Estate in Northolt, north-west London, has been the scene of multiple stabbings. After one murder came particularly close to home, community volunteer Jen Lock began a one-woman mission to end knife crime in the area. But, as she finds out, things don’t always go smoothly.

      

  • Smith's Farm Estate in Northolt, north-west London, has been the scene of multiple stabbings. After one murder came particularly close to home, community volunteer Jen Lock began a one-woman mission to end knife crime in the area. But, as she finds out, things don’t always go smoothly

      

  • Wearing a Make America Great Again hat, the singer Kanye West, one of Donald Trump's most famous celebrity supporters, met him in the Oval Office to talk about the criminal justice system and prison reform, among other issues. West also discussed his bipolar diagnosis, saying: 'My mum and my dad separated so I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home.' Following West's statement, Trump said: 'I tell you what, that was pretty impressive.' West replied: 'I love this guy right here,' walking behind the desk to hug the seated president.

      

  • Donald J. Trump says "Ivanka would be dynamite" as the US ambassador to the United Nations, "but I'd then be accused of nepotism, if you can believe it … even though I'm not sure there's anybody more competent in the world."

      

  • What causes more global warming: every vehicle on the planet or the meat and dairy produce we eat? First published in 2015.

      

  • The melee broke out after Khabib jumped the octagon cage to attack one of McGregor's teammates.

      

For some reaon, Australians can't seem to get enough of Prince Harry and Meghan. Here are the highlights of their Australian tour so far, as enraptured royal fans lined up in the thousands, even in the pouring rain, to catch a glimpse of the pair.

 

 

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