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Daphne Caruana Galizia: We knew establishment was out to get her – family

Murdered investigative journalist’s sons tell of attempts on their mother’s life, and why they blame a ‘takedown of the rule of law’ in Malta for her death Looking back, they

Thalapathy Vijay’s Mersal vs Thala Ajith’s Vivegam; Which film impressed you more?

This year two of the biggest Tamil stars, Thalapathy Vijay and Thala Ajith came out with big ticket releases – Mersal and Vivegam respectively. The buzz around both movies was

Sculpture by the Sea 2017: coastal artworks go on show – in pictures

The annual art event brings a range of works to the Sydney coastal walk between Bondi beach and Tamarama. This year the outdoor exhibition celebrates its 21st birthday, featuring creations

5 Diwali box office records that Aamir Khan’s Secret Superstar and Ajay Devgn’s Golmaal Again need to break!

Aamir Khan‘s Secret Superstar, releasing on October 19, is all set to clash with Ajay Devgn’s Golmaal Again, that releases on October 20, at the box office. Though both the

Portugal: interior minister resigns after wildfires kill 100

Constanca Urbano de Sousa bows to increasing political pressure as the death toll from series of blazes mounts Portugal’s interior minister has been replaced amid criticism over the government’s handling

New Zealand election: Winston Peters to announce next prime minister – live

NZ First leader to reveal whether he will form coalition with National or Labour to take Bill English or Jacinda Ardern into government 1.52am BST Before taking his meal break,

'Unconscionable': 7,000 babies die daily despite record low for child mortality

Research shows that, despite ‘remarkable progress’ on child mortality, many of the 5.6 million deaths last year among children aged under five were preventable The number of children who die

Rashford preys on Benfica keeper’s error for Manchester United winner

This was a regulation Manchester United victory pulled straight out of the José Mourinho playbook. His side were uneven yet in Marcus Rashford had a player of elevated class who

Self-harm among girls aged 13 to 16 rose by 68% in three years, UK study finds

Data from GP practices between 2001 and 2014 showed rates of self-harm for boys stayed roughly steady – but soared upwards for girls in recent years Self-harm reported to GPs

FA needs urgent change at the top after damning day at Eni Aluko hearing | Martha Kelner

Martin Glenn should be among the casualties after select committee inquiry shines light on shameful failings in handling discrimination allegations Greg Clarke got his handshake from Eni Aluko in the