Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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Border Patrol agent found not guilty of murder in Mexican teen's 2012 death

José Antonio Elena Rodríguez was on Calle Internacional, four blocks from his home in Nogales, when 16 shots punctured the night. Ten bullets struck him, eight in the back, two in the head....

Government could intervene over Express takeover

Culture Secretary Matt Hancock is to consider intervening in Trinity Mirror's £126.7m deal to buy newspapers including the Daily Express and Daily Star. ...

It's a boy! Photos of the new royal baby

Hello, world.Britain’s Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, showed off their third child — a boy — hours after his birth on Monday.Catherine walked out of the hospital with the baby...

Rolls-Royce considers 'technical' Brexit switch

British manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce is considering moving the design approval process for its large jet engines to Germany as a "technical measure" to avoid Brexit disruption. ...

Morning mail: Canada in shock as driver kills nine pedestrians

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Tuesday 24 April. Top stories Nine people have been killed and at least 16 injured – several of them...

Azeri ruling families linked to secret investments via Maltese bank

Azerbaijan’s ruling families are the alleged beneficiaries of dozens of anonymously owned companies that have been used to invest in property, hotels and businesses in Europe, according to an investigation by the Daphne...

Hannity 'had state aid for property deals'

Fox News host Sean Hannity allegedly received help from the US Department for Housing and Urban Development to carry out multimillion dollar...

Apple exit sends UK chip firm's shares into freefall

Shares in the UK chip designer Imagination Technologies have slumped 70% after it said Apple, its largest customer, would stop using its graphics technology in the iPhone and other new products by 2019. The...

Theresa May announces Stephen Lawrence Day in tribute to murdered teenager

Theresa May has announced an annual Stephen Lawrence Day to be held each year on the anniversary of the teenager’s murder.The prime minister made the announcement at a memorial service to mark the...

Capita in £701m cash call as losses mount

Capita, the troubled outsourcing company responsible for collecting the TV licence fee, has moved to shore up its finances as annual losses surge. ...

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Farron: I regret saying gay sex is not a sin

Former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has said he regrets saying gay sex is not a sin. ...