Saudi-led strike kills dozens of children on school field trip in Yemen

(CNN)Dozens of children, many younger than 15, were killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike that hit a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday, according to the Houthi-controlled Health Ministry. “(The hospital) is very busy. They’ve been receiving wounded and dead since the morning and it is nonstop ,” Red…

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After plastic bag panic, do Australians actually care about the environment?

(CNN)It’s right there in the Australian national anthem — “Our land abounds in nature’s gifts, of beauty rich and rare.” Coles’ plastic bag flip-flop was just the latest example of Australians reacting badly to an environmentally positive policy which would inconvenience them at a personal level. Previous attempts by the…

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Portland far-right rally: police charge counterprotesters with batons drawn

Police in riot gear use stun grenades and pepper spray on leftwing groups protesting against Patriot Prayer marchers A rally by rightwing group Patriot Prayer in Portland, Oregon, culminated in a police charge on counterprotesters on Saturday, as a demonstration once again brought disorder and violence to the citys downtown…

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25+ Epic Design Fails That Are So Bad We Cant Believe They Actually Happened (New Pics)

Bored Panda has curated a new list of our favorite design fails from “Crappy Designs.” Sure these designers might have had good intentions, but where were their editors? Everything from animal sex on kids pajamas to subtle double entendres that an editor clearly missed, several people were clearly spaced out…

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Labour should drop action against Margaret Hodge, McDonnell says

Jeremy Corbyn defends inquiry into Hodge for calling him antisemitic Labour should drop its disciplinary inquiry into Dame Margaret Hodge for calling Jeremy Corbyn an antisemite, the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, has said. As Corbyn defended the inquiry, McDonnell, his close friend and ally, said that if it could not…

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