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  1. Company carries out public track run of prototype that might one day rocket commuters between San Francisco and Los Angeles in a supersonic pod Nicky Woolf in San Francisco Thursday 12 May 2016 07.58 BST Hyperloop, the supersonic transport system proposed by tech billionaire Elon Musk, has taken a tentative step towards reality with the first public test of a prototype propulsion system. One of the companies vying to make the idea a reality, Hyperloop One, which changed its name from Hyperloop Technologies on Wednesday to coincide with the open-air propulsion test in the Nevada deser
  2. Brazil’s first female president stripped of duties in country’s first impeachment in 24 years Jonathan Watts in Brasilia Thursday 12 May 2016 10.38 BST Less than halfway through her elected mandate, Dilma Rousseff was stripped of her presidential duties for up to six months on Thursday after the Senate voted to begin an impeachment trial. After a marathon 20-hour debate that one politician described as the “saddest day for Brazil’s young democracy”, senators voted 55 to 22 to suspend the Workers’ party leader, putting economic problems, political paralysis and alleged fiscal irregular
  3. Sanders’ victory does little to narrow Clinton’s large delegate lead, while presumptive Republican nominee claims wins in West Virginia and Nebraska Dan Roberts and Ben Jacobs in Washington Wednesday 11 May 2016 09.24 BST A defiant Bernie Sanders refused to go gently into the night on Tuesday with another last-minute primary win over Hillar.y Clinton that comes despite her commanding lead in the national race for delegates. In a fundraising email sent out soon after polls closed, the leftwing senator hailed his victory in West Virginia and said: “Every vote we earn and every
  4. Surprise move by interim lower house speaker comes days before consideration of motion and prompts speculation he may be acting on behalf of predecessor Jonathan Watts in Rio de Janeiro Monday 9 May 2016 17.10 BST Brazil’s political tumult has descended into farce after a little-known and newly appointed lower house speaker proclaimed the annulment of last month’s impeachment vote against Dilma Rousseff. The surprise move – which was immediately challenged by senior figures in the senate – provided an absurd twist in the country’s ongoing political drama that would stretch the cre
  5. State interior minister says suspect in stabbing at Grafing, south-east of city, apparently had psychological and drug problems... Bavarian police are due to give more details at a press conference on Tuesday afternoon.
  6. Authorities say blaze will continue to grow in hot, dry conditions amid fears it could reach a major oil sands mine and the nearby province of Saskatchewan Associated Press in Lac La Biche, Alberta Sunday 8 May 2016 16.17 BST Canadian officials say they expect to fight the massive wildfire that has destroyed large parts of Alberta’s oil sands town for months. It is feared the fire could double in size and reach a major oil sands mine, and even the neighboring province of Saskatchewan. The Alberta government said the huge blaze in the province will cover more than 200,000 hectares (4
  7. Airstrikes leave dozens dead in camp near Sarmada, with MSF saying attack shows civilians are paying price for conflict Kareem Shaheen in Beirut Friday 6 May 2016 13.45 BST The bombing of a Syrian refugee camp that left dozens of civilians dead and wounded and was blamed on the government of Bashar al-Assad was “despicable” and “could amount to a war crime”, senior UN figures have said. The airstrikes on Thursday afternoon near Sarmada, a town in Idlib province just 12 miles away from Reyhanli in Turkey, left the camp in ruins, with one witness describing a scene of horror, with tents
  8. Whistleblower says leak of 11.5m Mossack Fonseca files on offshore tax havens has triggered debate but not enough action Luke Harding Friday 6 May 2016 16.00 BST The whistleblower behind the Panama Papers broke their silence on Friday to explain in detail how the injustices of offshore tax havens drove them to the biggest data leak in history. The source, whose identity and gender remain a secret, denied being a spy. “For the record, I do not work for any government or intelligence agency, directly or as a contractor, and I never have. My viewpoint is entirely my own.” The whi
  9. Relentless indiscriminate bombardment by government forces and retaliatory shelling by rebels worsens crisis engulfing city Kareem Shaheen in Beirut Tuesday 3 May 2016 17.27 BST A maternity hospital in a government-controlled area of Aleppo has been badly damaged by rocket fire, killing at least three people, according to the state news agency. It was the sixth attack affecting a medical facility in nearly two weeks of fierce fighting that has left more than 250 people dead and the ancient city on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe. A shell struck the fuel tank of a military
  10. Reporters for pro-Kurdish media are routinely detained, while those of pro-government outlets cannot always write what they want... People search their ruined houses in Cizre, south-east Turkey. Photograph: Cagdas Erdogan/Getty Images
  11. Reporters say the government is pursuing one of the worst crackdowns on press freedoms since the military junta in 1980s Kareem Shaheen in Istanbul Monday 2 May 2016 13.59 BST Can Dündar appears in good spirits for a man facing espionage charges and a possible life sentence. The editor of Cumhuriyet, one of the last remaining bastions of media opposition to Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, had appeared in court that morning over a documentary he produced on government corruption. It is one of two cases against him – in February, he was released from prison pending a spyin
  12. Riot police use pepper spray to disperse activists blocking entrance to Alternative für Deutschland conference in Stuttgart Dominic Smith and agencies Saturday 30 April 2016 12.41 BST Hundreds of protesters have been arrested outside a conference of the far-right German political party Alternative für Deutschland in Stuttgart after attempting to block the entrance to the event. Around 400 people were detained outside the venue where up to 2,000 AfD members are expected to pass an explicitly anti-Islam manifesto, according to Agence France-Presse. The party wants to ban the burqa a
  13. John Bacon, USA TODAY 5:58 p.m. EDT April 25, 2016 The city of Cleveland has agreed to pay $6 million to the family of Tamir Rice, a black youth fatally shot by a white police officer in a tragedy caught on video. The city will pay the family $3 million this year and another $3 million in 2017, according to court documents released Monday. The city made no admission of wrongdoing by police. Tamir, 12, was playing with a toy gun when he was fatally shot by a rookie patrolman outside a recreation center on Nov. 22, 2014. The shooting was one of several across the nation that prompted "
  14. Five people face long jail sentences for bringing assault rifles and submachine guns into UK Sandra Laville Thursday 21 April 2016 12.13 BST A gang that smuggled into the UK the largest haul of assault rifles and submachine guns ever detected by police are facing life in prison after being convicted at the Old Bailey. The group brought the weapons into Britain via France by hiding them in a motor cruiser which docked in Kent last August. The haul included 22 AK-47-type weapons, nine submachine guns, more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, two silencers and 58 magazines. Some of the
  15. Texas governor Greg Abbott declares state of disaster in nine counties as heavy rain hits infrastructure and leaves five dead Associated Press in Houston Tuesday 19 April 2016 09.15 BST The governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, has declared a state of emergency in and around Houston after unprecedented flooding inundated homes, closed major highways and left at least five people dead in America’s fourth-largest city. “This is the most I have ever seen in the state of Texas,” said Abbott as he declared a state of disaster in nine Texas counties. He said the flooding risks would remai
  16. Police search Panama offices to ‘establish the use of illicit activities’ including money laundering and financing terrorism ...“Public funds that are essential to guarantee economic, social and cultural rights to all are robbed from the people.” A police officer stands guard outside the Mossack Fonseca office in Panama City. Photograph: Carlos Jasso/Reuters
  17. Rival ethnic groups clash in Piraeus and 800 break out of detention centre on Chios as EU deal brings desperation Helena Smith in Athens Sunday 3 April 2016 04.29 BST The Greek government is bracing itself for violence ahead of the European Union implementing a landmark deal that, from Monday, will see Syrian refugees and migrants being deported back to Turkey en masse. Rioting and rebellion by thousands of entrapped refugees across Greece has triggered mounting fears in Athens over the practicality of enforcing an agreement already marred by growing concerns over its legality
  18. Candidates spoke at the Founders Day gala of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin Saturday, and Clinton earned the most cheers by touching on local issues Megan Carpentier in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Sunday 3 April 2016 14.57 BST If you are a socialist running for the Democratic nomination for president and have received more than six million individual contributions totalling more than $100m, but you won’t say if you’ll use any of that money to help Democratic nominees for the House or the the Senate, it’s possible that the place to call your two million donors “the future of the Dem
  19. When the city of Boston gave teenagers the power to allocate a million dollars a year on urban improvements, there was skepticism – not just from officials, but from youth who assumed they’d be ignored. The results surprised everyone Sandra Larson in Boston Thursday 31 March 2016 11.56 BST It is after business hours in Boston’s cavernous City Hall, but down an escalator, past shuttered service windows and darkened offices, the day’s activity is just beginning. Fifteen high school students have gathered in a room, grabbed pizza slices, opened laptops and are preparing to spend th
  20. Dilma Rousseff’s hopes of seeing out her four-year term took a major hit when the PMDB voted to leave the governing alliance: ‘This is her D-Day’ says analyst Jonathan Watts in São Paulo Tuesday 29 March 2016 19.33 BST President Dilma Rousseff’s hopes of seeing out her term of office have received a potentially fatal blow after the biggest party in the Brazilian congress voted to abandon her ruling coalition. The vote by the Brazilian Democratic Movement party (or PMDB) could trigger a defection from Rousseff’s coalition by other smaller parties, and greatly increase the prosp
  21. Erica Werner, The Associated Press | March 28, 2016 10:18 PM ET WASHINGTON — Police shot a man on Monday after he pulled a weapon at a U.S. Capitol checkpoint as spring tourists thronged Washington, authorities said. Capitol Police identified the man as 66-year-old Larry R. Dawson of Tennessee. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and assault on a police officer while armed. Dawson was taken to a local hospital, and a female bystander also sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Dawson was arrested last October for disrupting House proceedings, yelling he was a “Prophe
  22. All passengers and crew freed from plane after man hijacked it midway into flight between Alexandria and Cairo Helena Smith in Nicosia and agencies Tuesday 29 March 2016 13.18 BST The man who hijacked an EgyptAir plane flying between Alexandria and Cairo and ordered the pilot to divert to Larnaca in Cyprus has been arrested, according to the Cypriot foreign ministry and the airline. A man emerged from the aircraft and then walked across the tarmac with his hands up to two awaiting counter-terrorism police officers, an AFP correspondent reported, saying they laid him on the gro
  23. The Journey depicts the harsh measures that face Afghans who pay to be transported across the Indian Ocean Sune Engel Rasmussen in Kabul, and Ben Doherty in Sydney Monday 28 March 2016 01.58 BST A movie commissioned by Australia’s immigration department to deter Afghan asylum seekers has had its premiere on local TV, seeking to reinforce a widely held view that unauthorised travel to Australia is not worth the risk. The Journey is a lavish production depicting hopeful asylum seekers who meet tragic fates crossing the Indian Ocean. Underwritten by $6m in Australian taxpayers
  24. About 200 men, some masked, repelled by police in Place de la Bourse at memorial site to victims of last week’s attacks Angelique Chrisafis in Brussels Sunday 27 March 2016 19.21 BST Riot police fired water cannon at far-right demonstrators who invaded a square in the Belgian capital on Sunday, shouting anti-immigrant slogans at the memorial to the victims of the Brussels attacks. Approximately 200 men wearing black, some of whom were masked, shouted nationalist and anti-immigrant slogans and made Nazi salutes as they moved in on the Place de la Bourse, where people had laid f
  25. ‘I think every vote is pivotal,’ senator tells CNN Adds: ‘We are now winning state after state with the Latino vote' Sanders crushes Clinton in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii Petition to allow guns at GOP convention attracts thousands Alan Yuhas Sunday 27 March 2016 15.09 BST 52m agoSanders: 'big money' for Clinton is 'obscene' 2h agoSanders celebrates and Trump talks policy Live feed
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