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1. Russian actor Ustinov to be freed from jail after protest campaign14:32[−]
Pavel Ustinov's jail term sparked widespread anger after video suggested he was set upon by police.

2. Millions attend global climate strike14:32[−]
Protesters demand "an end to the age of fossil fuels and climate justice for everyone".

3. Trump denies promise that led to formal complaint from intelligence official13:56[−]
An intelligence official found the comment "so troubling" they made a formal complaint, reports say.

4. Gulalai Ismail: Activist in hiding flees Pakistan for the US13:14[−]
Gulalai Ismail is accused of "anti-state activities" and is now in New York seeking asylum.

5. Archer, Burns & Denly handed England central contracts13:13[−]
England award central contracts to fast bowler Jofra Archer and Test opener Rory Burns for the first time.

6. Singapore GP: Max Verstappen top in Singapore as Valtteri Bottas crashes13:02[−]
Red Bull's Max Verstappen tops the times as Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas suffers a heavy crash in first practice at the Singapore GP.

7. Nigeria shuts Action Against Hunger aid group 'for feeding militants'12:59[−]
Action Against Hunger denies accusations that it is supplying "food and drugs" to Boko Haram.

8. Climate protest student: 'I'm here to step up and say no more'12:53[−]
Student Gina Hale is one of the protesters taking part in the day of climate action.

9. Watch: Al-Shahania keeper concede goal after 10 seconds12:37[−]
Watch as Al-Shahania goalkeeper Khalifa Al-Dosari misjudges a long ball to concede a goal inside the opening 10 seconds against Al Arabi in the Qatar Stars League.

10. King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery train on Holkham beach12:03[−]
The horses are seen galloping along the sand and wading through the waves during training.

11. UK Brexit secretary to meet EU chief negotiator11:16[−]
The UK government says "progress" is being made, but an Irish minister warns there's still a "wide gap".

12. Scotland's Taylor and Johnson to face Ireland10:55[−]
Duncan Taylor and Sam Johnson start together for only the second time at centre for Scotland in their World Cup opener against Ireland.

13. Rugby World Cup 2019: England name team for opening match v Tonga10:53[−]
George Ford will start at fly-half and Owen Farrell at inside centre in England's Rugby World Cup opener against Tonga.

14. YouTuber pays compensation after 'copycat' death09:55[−]
The influencer has compensated the family of a dead 14-year-old girl - but denied responsibility.

15. Conway and Larmour start for Ireland against Scotland09:00[−]
Andrew Conway and Jordan Larmour are named in the Ireland team to face Scotland after Rob Kearney and Keith Earls fail to prove their fitness.

16. Award for man who stopped a mega-dam and saved Borneo's rainforest06:45[−]
Peter Kallang has been awarded a top environmental prize for a successful campaign to stop a mega-dam being built in Borneo.

17. Singapore Grand Prix: How will haze affect the drivers and fans?05:44[−]
F1 returns to Singapore this weekend - just as the city sees its worst air quality in three years.

18. Muslim men blame racial profiling for flight cancellation04:22[−]
American Airlines say they stopped the flight over "concerns raised by a crew member and a passenger".

19. Sertraline: Antidepressant works 'by reducing anxiety symptoms first'03:33[−]
A study of patients taking the common antidepressant sertraline throws new light on how it works.

20. Climate change: Arctic expedition to drift in sea-ice for a year03:24[−]
Germany will embed its Polarstern research ship in sea-ice for a year-long study of the climate.

21. Why would Iran raise the stakes by attacking Saudi Arabia?02:25[−]
Iran's leaders may have hoped to persuade the US to lift its crippling sanctions, says Kasra Naji.

22. Why Greeks question this role model's credentials02:15[−]
Eleni Antoniadou has been feted for her scientific work but her rise is the focus of intense scrutiny.

23. Quiz of the week: Cameron's royal gaffe, and other posers02:03[−]
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?

24. What is Area 51 and what goes on there?01:26[−]
The secret Nevada base, known as Area 51, is often the subject of alien conspiracy theories.

25. Los Angeles: Why tens of thousands of people sleep rough01:25[−]
It is not only glitz and glamour in Los Angeles, which has a big homelessness problem. How has it happened?

26. Donald Trump hosts Australia PM at the White House01:21[−]
Australian PM Scott Morrison is only the second leader to receive a state dinner under President Trump.

27. How damaging is blackface scandal to Trudeau?00:50[−]
The prime minister's racism mea culpa deals a heavy blow to his carefully cultivated political brand.

28. Canada's Justin Trudeau cannot say how often he wore blackface00:48[−]
Canada's PM Justin Trudeau is dogged by revelations he wore blackface as he fights for a further term.

29. Cartels, kidnap and torture on the US border00:48[−]
Families are being preyed on by Mexican cartels as they wait to cross the US border.

30. The Queen and David Cameron: What royal displeasure really meansЧт., 19 сент.[−]
If the Queen is really that angry with David Cameron, why is Buckingham Palace's statement so muted?

31. Rugby World Cup preview: England, Wales, Ireland & Scotland poised for startЧт., 19 сент.[−]
The world's top rugby union nations and expectant hosts Japan are set for the start of the "most open World Cup in a long time".

32. Vagina museum in London aims to 'banish shame'Чт., 19 сент.[−]
The museum, in London, will feature art exhibitions, plays, workshops and comedy nights.

33. School shootings: Sandy Hook parents' haunting video warningЧт., 19 сент.[−]
The parents of children killed at Sandy Hook have put out a graphic video about mass shootings.

34. The Kurdish massacre survivor's 'mission from God'Чт., 19 сент.[−]
The sole survivor of a massacre of women and children from a Kurdish village in 1988 now wants justice.

35. Japan skipper Michael Leitch promises side's best-ever Rugby World CupСр., 18 сент.[−]
Captain Michael Leitch says his team are ready to "inspire Japan again" as the host nation prepare to take on Russia in the World Cup opener

36. Songs, sumo and toilet traumaСр., 18 сент.[−]
Eight things to know as the Rugby World Cup comes to Asia - with some unexpected twists.

37. How an 11-year-old came to swim the ChannelВт., 02 февр. 2016[−]
At the age of 11, Tom Gregory became the youngest person ever to swim the English Channel.

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