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18:38 World
Clinton email probe finds no deliberate mishandling of classified information

Clinton turned over roughly 33,000 emails from her private server in 2014, and the State Department probe found 'no persuasive evidence of systemic, deliberate mishandling of classified information.'

18:16 World
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gets a 66% raise

Nadella received $42.9 million in total compensation up from $25.8 million the year prior. With a base salary of more than $2.3 million, most of his pay came from stock awards.

17:45 World
Hypersonic 'space plane' promises four-hour London to Sydney flights by 2030s

The UK Space Agency announced Tuesday at the UK Space Conference 2019 that it would be working more closely with the Australian Space Agency in an agreement dubbed a "world-first Space Bridge."

17:24 World
England beat Australia 40-16 to make Rugby World Cup semi-finals

Two first-half tries in four minutes from Jonny May on his 50th cap helped establish a 17-9 half-time lead before a sensational score from Marika Koroibete brought the Wallabies to within a point.

17:00 World
Russia dam collapse at Siberia gold mine kills 13

The dam, on the Seiba river in the region of Krasnoyarsk, burst after heavy rain on Saturday, flooding cabins where workers lived.

16:38 World
Brexit: Commons set for knife-edge votes on deal

The PM is trying to convince MPs to support the agreement he secured with the EU, in Parliament's first Saturday session in 37 years.

16:16 World
Dubai's Museum of the Future

The eye -- technically a torus shape -- is the latest grand statement of ambition to mark the emirate's skyline.

15:45 World
48 hours in Paris among racing's beautiful people

Friday's sleep-sapping evening took in the Moulin Rouge, the famous cabaret near Montmartre, but this morning they're at another iconic Parisian venue to see an extravaganza of a four-legged kind.

14:44 World
Jürgen Klopp dismisses ‘insulting’ coverage of Manchester United’s travails

Liverpool are 15 points clear of their old rivals with only eight matches played and can equal Manchester City’s Premier League record of 18 successive victories on Sunday.

14:26 World
Why we're rethinking the images we use for our climate journalism

Guardian picture editor Fiona Shields explains why we are going to be using fewer polar bears and more people to illustrate our coverage of the climate emergency.

14:02 World
Lebanon's Hezbollah says does not want government to resign

Nasrallah said in a televised speech that he supported the government, but called for a new agenda and “new spirit,” adding that ongoing protests showed the way forward was not new taxes.

13:00 World
Huge Nazi bunker to house luxury hotel with lavish roof garden

Originally called Flakturm IV (Flak Tower IV), the Hochbunker in the St Pauli district of Hamburg is testament to Germany's wartime past.

12:29 World
'Dead' cattle farmer in India wakes up at his funeral

A grieving family was shocked to see their father moving as they were about to lower him into the grave, Makkal Osai reported.

12:02 World
China cancels release of Tarantino's 'Once upon a time in Hollywood'

The critically acclaimed movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, had been approved for release in China on Oct. 25, but regulators have abruptly reversed course.

10:45 World
Nasa astronauts complete first ever all-female spacewalk

Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, tasked with replacing faulty device at International Space Station, embarked on ‘historic’ effort.

10:27 World
Huawei in early talks with U.S. firms to license 5G platform - Huawei executive

The U.S. government, fearing Huawei equipment could be used to spy on customers, has led a campaign to convince allies to bar it from their 5G networks. Huawei has repeatedly denied the claim.

10:12 World
Chile President Pinera declares emergency as capital rocked by riots

Pinera spoke to the nation in the early hours of Saturday, declaring an emergency lockdown as sirens filled the night air downtown, and police and firefighters rushed to contain the damage.

19:47 World
Amal Clooney’s sister Tala Alamuddin Le Tallec jailed for drink-driving

Tala Alamuddin Le Tallec, 47, was stopped by police early on May 13 this year. She was jailed for three weeks and fined S$6,400 (£3,640) after admitting the charges, which also included driving without insurance.

19:24 World
Brexit deal sparks $1 billion of gains for U.K. billionaire trio

Jim Ratcliffe, James Dyson and Hugh Grosvenor saw their fortunes rise by a combined $1.1 billion Thursday morning after news that U.K. negotiators and the European Union agreed on a new deal for Brexit caused stocks and the pound to rally.

19:00 World
Lady Gaga plummets off stage in a fan's arms during Vegas show

The star had invited a fan called Jack to join her on stage and jumped into his arms - but he lost his footing and the pair plummeted to the floor.

17:00 World
The Everest: return of world's richest turf race with about $10M up for grabs

Saturday's six-furlong sprint is the showpiece of the Everest Carnival which celebrates both on-track success and the stylish lifestyle that thrives in the grandstands.

16:38 World
Manchester United’s recruitment has been dysfunctional, admits Ed Woodward

Woodward is the subject of ongoing criticism over team performance, transfers and other areas of football strategy. United are 12th in the league, with nine points from eight games under Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

16:16 World
Tiger Woods targets Tokyo Olympics next year as he heads for Japan

Golf returned to the Games in 2016 after a 112-year absence but Woods, who dominated the sport in the first decade of the 21st century, missed its return through injury.

15:45 World
Satellites to monitor whale strandings from space

The carcasses of 343 sei whales were spotted on remote beaches in Patagonia, Chile, in 2015 - but this survey work was conducted from planes and boats, and carried out many weeks after the deaths actually occurred.

15:27 World
Alicia Alonso: Legendary ballet dancer dies aged 98

Alonso is considered one of the greatest 20th Century ballerinas. She began to lose her sight at 19, relying on only the stage lights to guide her.

15:01 World
Sulli: The woman who rebelled against the K-pop world

The actress-singer rose to prominence as a member of girl band f(x). But she came to be known for speaking out on mental health issues, cyberbullying and women's rights - issues that remain sensitive in a conservative society like South Korea.

14:44 World
Netflix moves to shut down lawsuit over Panama Papers film The Laundromat

Mossack Fonseca tried to stop film’s release over lawyers’ portrayal but Netflix says reputations ‘long sullied’.

14:26 World
Australian man accused of trying to sell North Korean missiles overseas refused bail

Sydney man Choi Han Chan allegedly used blackmarket contacts to broker deals in coal and iron, but also in weapons technology.

13:41 World
White House acknowledges strings attached in Trump withholding Ukraine aid

But Mick Mulvaney, acting White House chief of staff, acknowledged in a briefing with reporters that the U.S. aid - already approved by Congress - was held up partly over Trump’s concerns about a Democratic National Committee (DNC) computer server alleged to be in Ukraine.

13:28 World
China's GDP growth grinds to near 30-year low as tariffs hit production

China’s trading partners and investors are closely watching the health of the world’s second-largest economy as the trade war with the United States fuels fears about a global recession.

13:00 World
Abominable: A DreamWorks movie, a map, and a huge regional row

It is the third South East Asian country to take offence at the scene in the film, a Chinese co-production.

12:43 World
Australian racehorse slaughter allegations prompt investigation

Footage of horses allegedly being mistreated at an abattoir in Queensland caused widespread anger when it was aired on broadcaster ABC on Thursday.

12:29 World
Escaped bull interrupts soccer game in Argentina

The bull, which is believed to have escaped from a nearby slaughterhouse, ran wild through the soccer game Sunday morning in San Pedro de Jujuy, sending players and spectators running for safety.

11:38 World
Ancient 'lost city' of the Khmer Empire uncovered in Cambodia

In a project that has spanned years, an international group of scientists used aerial laser scans and ground-based surveying to map Mahendraparvata, or the Mountain of Indra, King of the Gods.

10:27 World
AB Volvo truck orders tumble after profit beats forecast in third quarter

Volvo said order intake of its trucks, which include brands such as Mack, Renault and UD Trucks, fell 45 percent in the third quarter. Several analysts were forecasting declines of just over 30% in research notes released ahead of the report.

10:00 World
Apple's Cook meets China regulator after pulling Hong Kong app

Apple last week removed from its app store an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements after a Chinese state newspaper sharply criticized it for allowing the software. The company said the app,, was used to target the police.

19:47 World
Family is found living in a remote farm with no contact with the outside world for nine years

The father and five children, ages 18 to 25, were found in the small village of Ruinerwold, in the northeastern province of Drenthe, Dutch police told CNN. A sixth adult child had left and was the one who alerted police.

19:24 World
Hong Kong: Hecklers dragged out in new parliament chaos

After shouting and holding up placards, 11 opposition members were removed from the session by security guards.

19:00 World
‘I was scared about my wife’: Arsenal’s Mesut Özil opens up on carjacking

The two players were targeted in Hampstead on 25 July, a couple of weeks before the start of the new Premier League season. Footage on social media showed the Bosnian defender Kolasinac chasing off two moped attackers who were wearing helmets and dark clothing.

17:45 World
The most powerful people in entertainment 2019

In a roller-coaster year of megamergers and megadeals, the ranking of showbiz’s top execs, makers and stars sees big moves and a more dynamic (and diverse) group of powerhouses as the Obamas join Netflix, Phoebe Waller-Bridge ignites the town's creatives and J.Lo hustles her way onto the ultimate industry A list.

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