Sky News
17 minutes
They say Malaysia bears most responsibility because this man died on their territory, saying the Malaysian police's investigation lacks fairness, that it is biased, that it is full of holes and contradictions. They're also attempting to lay some of the blame at the door of South Korea. , their familiar enemy who they say are kicking up a fuss and plotting trying to influence the investigation to lay the blame at the door of Pyongyang.
Sky News
24 minutes
Breaking news this morning from Iraq, as US-backed security forces have stormed the main airport in Mosul. We're being told also a nearby military base. This is according to state television. They're trying to take control of the western half of the city which is currently held by Islamic State. We will keep to date with that ongoing situation here on Sunrise this morning. You need to eat ten portions of fruit or vegetables a day to get the biggest reduction in risk from heart disease and cancer.
BBC News 24
43 minutes
Opponents, Sevilla, went 2-0 up. But Vardy popped up to score the goal, which means Leicester only need a 1-0 win at home to go through. Wayne Rooney could be on his way to China earlier than expected with news that his agent is in the country trying to negotiate a deal for the England captain to play in their Super League.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
2 hours
So far, governments have pledged only about 2% of the nearly $4.5 billion needed. Police in North Dakota have begun arresting protesters who have been trying to get an oil pipeline re-routed. Some protestors set fire to their tents to try to delay the clearance.
BBC News 24
2 hours
We are trying to save women's lives and children's lives. We are not doing this for any kind of personal agenda. Do you think you're being used by the pro-life people? The Republicans? You said you were used in turn by the others, the pro- abortion rests.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Why would you take that right away from them? I'm not trying to take anything away from them. I'm trying to make them realise that it's a mistake. The whole abortion industry was based on a foundation of lies. They don't give a dam about women. All they do is... But it's the woman's decision to make, isn't it? It is, but then women should not act as their own gods.
BBC News 24
3 hours
BBC News 24
3 hours
A crowdfunding project to raise money to repair the damaged headstones led by American Muslims has now raised more than four times its $20,000 target. Police in North Dakota have begun arresting protesters who've been trying to get an oil pipeline there re-routed.
BBC News 24
5 hours
As far as an issue of safety, you know, ever since the North Carolina thing came up over one year ago, people have been trying, the press has been trying to the Conservatives have been trying, everybody has been well, it is just a matter of privacy.
BBC News 24
5 hours
Some protestors set fire to their tents to try to delay the clearance. Two Native American tribes have been trying to block the project - they say it risks pollution and endangers sites they consider sacred.
BBC News 24
5 hours
So far no-one has been arrested. A crowdfunding project to raise money to repair the damaged headstones, led by American Muslims, has now raised more than four times its $20,000 target. Police in North Dakota have begun arresting protesters who've been trying to get an oil pipeline there re-routed.
The Sun Daily - Sport
6 hours
Things got interesting just after the hour mark as Bailly was sent-off for picking up two bookings in three minutes – the second when he clearly won the ball in a challenge with Romain Hamouma – much to Mourinho's obvious annoyance. Mourinho had to quickly rejig, with centre-back Marcus Rojo replacing Mata and United shutting up shop. St Etienne were reduced to Florentin Pogba, Paul's brother, trying his luck with a volley from 30 yards that sailed wide, summing up their impotency in front of goal over the two legs. Rashford's pace was causing St Etienne problems and he clipped a ball over the top from Blind across the face of goal. Tougher nights in Europe than this await United, but at least it gave them a chance to quickly turn their attention to Southampton. — AFP
Carscoops
6 hours
Tesla is trying for the third year in a row to have its direct-sales business model approved in Connecticut. Read more »
Global News
6 hours
"The victim confronted the male, who first threatened the victim with bolt cutters, before producing the pepper spray and firing it in the victim's direction."
Sky News
6 hours
The home office will not say how long he was under surveillance in Manchester after his release. His family here say he was utterly changed by his experience in Guantánamo Bay which they say included physical and mental torture that led to reoccurring nightmares. They're grieving and are still trying to get official confirmation of what has happened.
Politico
7 hours
Some observers argue that, when it comes to accuracy, the stakes are in some ways higher for the State Department briefing because U.S. foreign policy is supposed to be non-partisan, and because journalists in other countries often turn to the U.S. for information when their governments are trying to repress data. “Facts are what it’s all about,” said Jen Psaki, a former State Department spokeswoman and communications director for the Obama White House. “It’s really an opportunity for a secretary of state or a staff who are serious policymakers to really project their message, to project U.S. policy.” At times, the secretary of state makes an appearance during the daily press briefing and takes questions as well. It’s unclear whether Tillerson is willing to put himself in that position anytime soon — the reporters assigned to State are known to be dogged questioners.
NewsMax
7 hours
Mashable
7 hours
Sometimes getting banned from a game is more fun than playing it. Such is the unsaid thesis behind a group of folks trying to get kicked off the child-friendly game Club Penguin. SEE ALSO: German zoo really wants its stolen penguin back, please The game's great at barring users who say stuff like "fuck," "shit" and "ass" on its servers, so you can get barred pretty quick. One person managed to do it in 39 seconds, as you can see in the video above. This person is the apparent world-record holder in getting banned from Club Penguin Such records exist . Second best currently sits at 41 seconds and, if you wanna make the podium, you'll have to do faster than 42 seconds. The top nine are all under a minute. Read more... More about Banned , Club Penguin , and Tech
NPR
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TechCrunch
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BBC One Wales
8 hours
They are in the same position now as all Labour governments have always been, and that's why they're getting... Time is a little bit short. Over the next couple of weeks, what are you trying to achieve? What would you like to see at the end of this Brexit discussion in the Lords? At the end of the day, I have to reluctantly accept that we are likely to leave the European Union, but we have to make sure that for the Welsh manufacturing industry, for the farmers and for everyone else, that there is a total free access to the European market.
STV
8 hours
This is good news for jobs and broadcasting in Scotland. We heard Ian Small saying 30 million was enough. Do you think that will be enough to start a new channel? I think is a tough budget. I was pleased to hear that there might be some room for improvement. This is where the focus needs to come in on trying to drive up the budget.
BBC Two England
8 hours
This isn't a court of law where you are innocent until proven guilty. This is the other way round. You are trying to become the MP here. And therefore, you have to go out and prove your innocence. Well, look, I think the fact that I have been prepared to go to Operation Resolve and give a witness statement to the police and be prepared.