BBC News 24
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So far, governments have pledged only about 2% of the nearly $4.5 billion needed. The US Vice-President, Mike Pence, has paid his respects at a Jewish cemetery in St Louis, Missouri, that was vandalised on Monday. So far, no-one has been arrested.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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The UN has already said more than 20 million people face possible starvation in South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen. So far, governments have pledged only about 2% of the nearly $4.5 billion needed. The US Vice-President, Mike Pence, has paid his respects at a Jewish cemetery in St Louis, Missouri, that was vandalised on Monday.
PressTV News
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The Sun Daily - Style
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Voice Of America
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson landed in Mexico City on Wednesday afternoon. He was due to be joined by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly later for talks the White House said would "walk through" the implementation of Trump's immigration orders. Kelly signed the guidelines issued by his department Monday. Mexico's lead negotiator with the Trump administration, Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray, said there was no way Mexico would accept the new rules, which among other things seek to deport non-Mexicans to Mexico. "I want to say clearly and emphatically that the government of Mexico and the Mexican people do not have to accept provisions that one government unilaterally wants to impose on the other," he told reporters at the Foreign Ministry. He said the issue would dominate the talks, taking place Wednesday and Thursday. Mexico will insist that the United States proves the nationality of any person it wants to deport to Mexico, he said.
BBC One London
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It's just going to stay unsettled, more weather fronts coming our way, fairly mild. eventually there will be some rain on Sunday. So, quite a changeable weekend, I think, on the way. And here's a look at Monday - another big area of low pressure across the Atlantic. In fact, that's the same one - it's just, it's a big one, It does look as though things might just settle towards the end of the week.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest have been linked with a summer move for Sutton United's FA Cup hero Roarie Deacon. The midfielder grabbed the majority of the headlines in their run to the fifth round, until substitute goalkeeper Wayne Shaw ate a pie in the dugout. Now the Sun report Deacon, 25, is being tracked by Forest and their Championship rivals Fulham and Cardiff, as well as League One sides Charlton and Millwall. Deacon shone in Monday night's defeat to Arsenal, the club where he began his career...
Politico
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Gen. H.R. McMaster had bad-mouthed him during the campaign, according to people who spoke to Trump. At least one person left their conversation with Trump Saturday thinking Bolton was the favorite. But on Monday, Trump was sitting beside McMaster, with the president announcing that he would be the new security adviser. It was unclear what changed his mind, or if he was ever committed to Bolton. One person with knowledge of the decision-making said some of Trump's advisers convinced him Bolton was too controversial, particularly after the Flynn fiasco. Trump often says different things to different advisers and aides, leaving them all a little unsure what will happen. On the day that Flynn was eventually removed as national security adviser, Trump wavered throughout the afternoon, seeking advice from various aides, allies, friends and associates.
The Washington Times - Olympics
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Mark Zuckerberg was out and about in Alabama this week as part of his New Year's resolution to talk to more people about how they're living and Monday had dinner where he asked that no one speak.
BBC One West Midlands
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The clear up begins 110 fridges were dumped in this lane in Kings Norton on Monday evening. It's the work of rogue traders. The council says people should avoid unwittingly fuelling their business. What we would say to people is don't put your fridges and freezers out into the street for the metal collectors because this is what happens to them.
BBC One West Midlands
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The clear up begins 110 fridges were dumped in this lane in Kings Norton on Monday evening. Officers start work to remove them, and investigations are underway.
BBC One Wales
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It is clear to me, whatever Scotland wants to do and how it wants to arrange its programming, that is fine for the BBC. But as one of the devolved nations, license payers in Wales should get the same deal as licence payers in Scotland. We are being short-changed. A man from Pontypridd been jailed for 28 days for filming and live streaming a court case on Facebook. 39-year-old David Davies, from Llantwit Fardre broadcast the footage on Monday, as a witness gave evidence at Cardiff Crown Court.
Washington Free Beacon
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"Come on, How can a women rape a man?" Maher has received criticism for providing Yiannopoulos, known as a right-wing provocateur, with a platform on his popular HBO show. Yiannopoulos, 32, lost a speaking role at the Conservative Political Action Conference, his job at Breitbart , and a book deal after a video surfaced of him making comments about pedophilia. In the video he appeared to condone sexual relations with boys as young as 13, which led CPAC to rescind its speaking invitation on Monday. Maher gave his thoughts on the matter in an interview with the New York Times . "What I think people saw was an emotionally needy Ann Coulter wannabe, trying to make a buck off of the left's propensity for outrage," he said. "And by the end of the weekend, by dinnertime Monday, he's dropped as a speaker at CPAC. Then he's dropped by Breitbart , and his book deal falls through.
ITV
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3-D imaging showing how deep it was, but it was Stuart, not them who put the bodies down there. His next-door neighbour heard him. I heard a lot of opening and shutting of the back door on that Monday morning.
Forbes
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Voice Of America
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The head of the U.N. Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) says the government there should make sure that aid agencies can reach people who are starving. On Monday, three U.N. aid agencies declared famine exists in two counties of South Sudan. UNMISS chief David Shearer said the government was still blocking aid by delaying paperwork that allows agencies to distribute relief items. In addition, he said, soldiers have erected several military checkpoints approaching famine-stricken areas. Shearer said that in recent days he'd had to intervene on behalf of UNMISS workers who were trying to access places where people were starving. He said the government blocked the mission from reaching Wau Shiluk when the U.N. wanted to assess humanitarian conditions in the area. Shearer said peacekeepers were also blocked from traveling to Kajo-Keji County of Yei River State, where fighting between government and the armed opposition forced hundreds of civilians to flee into the bush.
euronews
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Daily Mail - USA
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BBC News 24
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Last spring, Helen Bailey suddenly vanished from the home she shared with them and their father in Royston in Hertfordshire. It took Ian Stewart five days to report her missing. Hertfordshire Police, how can I help? Hello there, my partner has been missing since Monday and has not contacted anyone. Three months after Helen Bailey's disappearance, police began searching the garage, which was at a distance from the house.
Daily Express - Sports
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EXPRESS SPORT brings you all the best snaps as Liverpool train ahead of their clash with Leicester on Monday.
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The Sun Daily
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