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Syria air strikes: Issue 'above party politics', says McDonnell
MPs should be able to follow their "own judgement" on possible air strikes over Syria, the shadow chancellor has said. About a possible Commons vote to decide the issue, John McDonnell said: "There are some issues like going to war that should be above ...
David Cameron has enough Tory votes for Syria air strikes
Labour's rift over Syria risks turning into a battle for the party's soul
Tom Watson piles pressure on Jeremy Corbyn after backing British air strikes ...
Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting: 3 dead, suspect captured
(CNN) Two civilians and a police officer were killed after a gunman opened fire at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic in a nearly six-hour standoff Friday. Police captured the suspected gunman, but they're still working to pinpoint his motive -- and ...
Three dead, 9 injured following shootout at Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs
3 Are Dead in Colorado Springs Shootout at Planned Parenthood Center
1 officer, 2 civilians dead in Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting
Turkey-Russia jet downing: Moscow beefs up defences in Syria
Russia has strengthened its anti-aircraft defences in Syria by moving a cruiser towards the coast and deploying new missiles at its main base. The Moskva cruiser's long-range air defence system will provide cover for Russian aircraft, as will the S-400 ...
Russia introduces visa regime for Turkish citizens
Turkey's Erdogan warns Russia not to 'play with fire'
Tensions mount over downed Russian jet
UK could be prosecuted for war crimes over missiles sold to Saudi Arabia that ...
Britain is at risk of being prosecuted for war crimes because of growing evidence that missiles sold to Saudi Arabia have been used against civilian targets in Yemen's brutal civil war, Foreign Office lawyers and diplomats have warned. Advisers to ...
Latin American mercenaries, bankrolled by United Arab Emirates, join Yemen ...
Activists: Coalition Fails to Investigate Airstrikes in Yemen
Saudis failed to investigate air strikes on Yemen civilians - rights group
Child sex abuse inquiry: Royal family could give evidence
Members of the Royal family could be asked to provide evidence to the Government's child sex abuse inquiry, it has emerged. "The scale of child sexual abuse in this country requires urgent and careful attention". Justice Lowell Goddard. Their role in ...
Politicians and Church face UK child sex abuse probe
Royals and MPs may give evidence in Westminster child abuse probe
Child abuse inquiry to probe claims involving politicians and churches
Secret Service: Scaler Had Death Wish
A man jumps a fence at the White House on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, in Washington. (Vanessa Pena via AP). WASHINGTON: A Connecticut man who police say draped himself in an American flag and scaled the White House fence on Thanksgiving Day left ...
White House jumper Joseph Caputo ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation
Documents: White House fence jumper left suicide note
White House fence jumper left suicide note
CHOGM: Patricia Scotland is first Commonwealth secretary-general
Queen Elizabeth talks to Malcolm Turnbull during the Heads of Government reception at the San Anton Palace. Malcolm Turnbull has met the Queen for the first time as Prime Minister, chatting to the Monarch during a stand up lunch at the Commonwealth ...
Turnbull urges strong CHOGM climate action
PETER OBORNE: Why is David Cameron betraying the Queen's pride and joy
Republican PM Malcolm Turnbull meets the Queen as CHOGM opens in Malta
Corbyn's power to unify
Morning Star Online
THE historic decision taken yesterday by the Fire Brigades Union to reaffiliate to Labour shows the real story of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership. If you read any paper but the Morning Star — which alone in the national press is supportive of the exciting ...
With each misstep, Jeremy Corbyn is handing Britain to the Tories
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour isn't working: The leader is weak, the party is divided ...
Labour MPs furious at NEC's decision to let off Corbyn aide
As France mourns, it also looks ahead to major climate conference
PARIS — As France bowed its head in official mourning Friday for 130 people killed by terrorists, it also braced for the challenge of hosting nearly 150 world leaders who will begin arriving this weekend for a critical global summit on the environment.
They have the cult of death but we have our love of life
In response to 'army of fanatics', Hollande vows 'more songs'
Survivors of Paris terror attacks attend memorial service
The Globe and Mail
Burundi's top oppposition leader Rwasa says fears for his life
CAPE TOWN Nov 27 (Reuters) - Burundi's top opposition leader said he feared for his life as violence mounted following President Pierre Nkurunziza's disputed election to a third term in office. Agathon Rwasa, a former rebel leader like Nkurunziza ...
Burundi: Presidential adviser survives attack by gunmen