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Hong Kong: Trump calls on Xi to talk to protesters as weekend rallies loom | World news

US president Donald Trump has said he is “concerned” about the risk of a violent Chinese crackdown in Hong Kong, as protesters prepare for another weekend of rallies and demonstrations. Trump said he would soon be talking to the Chinese president Xi Jinping on the phone and urged him...

Instagram to let US users report false content | Technology

Instagram is adding an option for users to report posts they think are false, the Facebook-owned photo-sharing site has announced, as tries to stem misinformation and other abuses. Results rated as false are removed from places where users seek out new content, such as Instagram’s “explore” tab and hashtag...

Donald Trump reportedly wants to purchase Greenland from Denmark | US news

Donald Trump is fond of bragging about his conspicuous wealth and buying power, plastering his name over buildings and gilding the elevators of Trump Tower. But his latest reported aspiration is on the extravagant side, even for him: to purchase Greenland from Denmark. According to the Wall Street Journal,...

North Korea fires two unidentified projectiles into the sea | World news

North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles into the sea off its eastern coast on Friday morning, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement. On Saturday, the regime fired what appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea, the fifth round of launches in...

Man vs Wild with Bear Grylls and PM Modi review – the most tasteless TV ever | Television & radio

In the foothills of the Himalayas, the heavens open and toxic rain drills the earth of Jim Corbett national park. Bear Grylls is pacing like a … No! Stop! Resist the Grylls compulsion to reverse anthropomorphise. Like a … posh white ex-SAS soldier-turned-“survivalist” exaggerating jeopardy for the sake...

Scott Morrison condemns Alan Jones’s call to ‘shove sock down throat’ of Jacinda Ardern | Media

Scott Morrison has said the radio presenter Alan Jones was “way out of line” for saying the Australian prime minister should “shove a sock down the throat” of his New Zealand counterpart, Jacinda Ardern. Speaking after a 12-hour meeting with other leaders of Pacific countries in Tuvalu on Thursday,...

Rangers to face Legia Warsaw for place in Europa League group stage | Football

Steven Gerrard’s warning to his Rangers side not to take Europa League opponents FC Midtjylland lightly was heeded, with the Light Blues cruising to a 3-1 win at Ibrox. Leading 4-2 from the first leg, Rangers effectively killed the tie in the 14th minute when Alfredo Morelos opened the...

Locked-out asylum seeker allowed to return to Home Office lodgings | UK news

A Home Office contractor has smashed a door to asylum seeker accommodation to allow an asylum seeker with an active case back into her room after locking her out just hours before. The Home Office U-turn came after the Guardian highlighted that the locks to the asylum seeker’s room...

Israel’s decision to block congresswomen Omar and Tlaib draws widespread criticism | US news

Israel’s decision on Thursday to block two American congresswomen from entering the country amid pressure from Donald Trump drew widespread criticism in Washington, with some Democrats warning the move threatened to erode US support for its longtime ally. In an unprecedented chain of events, the Israeli government declared it...

General Electric shares tank following accusation of ‘bigger fraud than Enron’ | Business

The whistleblower who called out Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme has accused General Electric of wide-scale fraud in a move that has sent the conglomerate’s share price into a tailspin. In a report titled General Electric, a Bigger Fraud Than Enron, investigator Harry Markopolos claims GE is engaging in accounting...