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A man from Maine is facing life imprisonment after being found guilty of posting cyanide to a suicidal man in Britain. Sidney Kilmartin was convicted of mailing injurious articles resulting in death and witness tampering after the death of Andrew...
Kim Kardashian West is suing a US celebrity gossip website for claiming she staged an armed robbery in Paris to cheat her insurers out of millions. Police said the reality TV star was tied up and robbed at gunpoint by raiders who stole £8m of...
Amazon has launched a paid music streaming service in the US to rival Spotify and Apple Music. Amazon Music Unlimited will have access to tens of millions of songs, and it will be cheaper than its biggest rivals for members...
The mayor of Aleppo has hit out at the international community for failing to halt government and Russian airstrikes on the city. His criticism followed a UN warning that Aleppo could be completely destroyed before Christmas if the onslaught continues.Brita...
The controversy over war crimes simply isn't one as far as the people of Aleppo are concerned.  Children and women are dying daily. By the time you finish reading this article, there is a very good chance many more will...
Britain will seek "maximum possible access" to the European market once it leaves the EU , Theresa May has said during PMQs. The Prime Minister added that the June 23 vote also meant the we should control the movement of people...
The pound has made back some ground against both the dollar and euro in volatile trading after reaching record lows on Tuesday thanks to uncertainty over Brexit. Sterling was trading around $1.22 and just under €1.11 on Wednesday afternoon as investors...
A man has been jailed for life for the murder of 15-year-old Paige Doherty, who was killed in a frenzied knife attack. Paige was stabbed to death by John Leathem in the back of his sandwich shop in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, in March.The married father-of-two,...
The Federal Open Market committee has warned a decision on whether to raise interest rates in the US could be taken "relatively soon" if the labour market continues to strengthen. The minutes of a meeting held in September show that...
Theresa May has said MPs will not get a vote on Brexit because to "second guess" the British people would be "unacceptable". The Prime Minister's spokesman said it was absolutely necessary for the MPs to scrutinise the process of leaving the...