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Nancy Pelosi says 'the White House is crying out for impeachment' – live
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House speaker said she does not plan to pursue Trump’s impeachment, though he would like Democrats to pursue it for political reasonsSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 4.40pm BST Pelosi just wrapped the press conference, where she made clear that she is not pushing for impeachment despite describing the president’s actions as impeachable. “I think impeachment is a very divisive place for us to go in the country,” Pelosi said. Again, I pray for the president of the United States. I wish that his family or his administration or staff would have an intervention for the good of the country. 4.33pm BST House speaker Nancy Pelosi said she still does not plan to pursue impeachment, though the president would like Democrats to pursue it for political reasons. “The White House is just crying out for impeachment - that’s why he [Trump] flipped yesterday,” Pelosi said in an ongoing press conference. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Football coach Bob Higgins guilty of 45 counts of indecent assault
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Former Southampton and Peterborough coach convicted of offences against 23 boysA former football coach who helped launch the careers of a string of household names has been found guilty of sexually abusing schoolboy players.Bob Higgins, who worked with hundreds of youngsters, was found guilty of 45 charges of indecent assault against teenage boys at Bournemouth crown court. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
EU leaders call for appointment of first female president
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Politicians want at least one woman at helm of European commission and councilEU leaders are being urged to select at least one woman when replacing Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk as the presidents of the European commission and council, positions that have only ever been held by men.The call is being made by 70 leading politicians, including the top candidates for the jobs as well as former prime ministers and the former commission president Romano Prodi. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Missouri tornadoes kill at least three amid trail of destruction – video
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Large and violent tornadoes swept through US state as torrid weather continues to pummel parts of midwestMissouri: destructive tornado leaves three people dead and severe damage Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Outcry after Trump officials reveal sixth migrant child died in US custody
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Ten-year-old girl from El Salvador died on 29 September ‘due to fever and respiratory distress’ after complications with surgeryThe Trump administration has been forced to reveal that a 10-year-old migrant girl died in its custody more than seven months ago, sparking further outcry after a spate of recent migrant child deaths while detained by the US government.The 10 year-old girl from El Salvador is the sixth child to die in custody in the past eight months amid the immigration crisis. Her death was not previously reported by authorities and was only made public late on Wednesday after a report by CBS News. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
US mafia explosives expert 'helped Sicilian mob kill judge'
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Informant says American helped Cosa Nostra assassinate Giovanni Falcone in 1992New York’s powerful Gambino mafia family sent a bomb expert to Sicily to train Cosa Nostra mobsters to assassinate an anti-mafia investigator, a former hitman has claimed.Maurizio Avola, 56, who is believed to have killed about 80 people before becoming a pentito (informer) told prosecutors in Caltanissetta, Sicily, that an American man came to Palermo in 1992 to help the Sicilian mafia kill the prosecuting magistrate Giovanni Falcone, murdered in a car bomb the same year. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Arm wrestling and fireworks: Thursday's best photos
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The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world Continue reading... (The Guardian)
EU citizens in UK complain of being denied right to vote
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People are reportedly being turned away from European election polling booths due to admin errorsA nationwide picture is emerging of EU citizens in the UK being denied their democratic right to vote in the European parliament elections because of administrative errors by local councils.Reports are coming in from across the country of EU nationals turning up at polling booths and finding their names crossed out and being told by officials they are not eligible to vote. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Dog jumps from campervan during wild police chase – video
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A woman in a stolen campervan led police on a wild chase in Los Angeles on Tuesday, smashing into cars and a palm tree before finally coming to a halt with a large dog hanging out of the shattered windscreen. Another dog had jumped out of the moving vehicle and ran away before the final crash. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Last known US slave ship found in Alabama
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The Clotilda was found by SEARCH Inc in collaboration with the Alabama Historical Commission The last ship known to smuggle slaves from Africa to the US has been discovered in Alabama’s Mobile River, nearly 160 years after it was deliberately sunk, a historical commission has said.The Alabama Historical Commission, in a post on its Facebook page, called the effort to locate the ship, the Clotilda, a “year-long scientific investigation.”. Continue reading... (The Guardian)