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International - Monday 12 January, 2015

After a fortnight in isolation, good news for UK Ebola patient

The Scottish native had been critically ill after contracting the virus.

France sees more than 50 anti-Muslim incidents after Charlie Hebdo shootings

Meanwhile, Germany’s anti-Islamic was set to march today.

New Charlie Hebdo will feature caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed

The magazine’s front page will be released this evening.

Ukraine’s former president is now on Interpol’s most wanted list

The former president is believed to be living in Russia.

Explainer: What is Boko Haram and why can’t Nigeria stop them?

The group killed over 2,000 people last week.

A 5-year-old girl contracted HIV from a blood transfusion

According to the National Health and Family Planning Commission – nearly half a million people are living with HIV/AIDS in China.

Column: Rebuilding a shattered country – Haiti, five years later

The poorest country in the western hemisphere was brought to its knees in 2010, but now it has other threats to deal with amid the efforts to rebuild.

From The Daily Edge Downton Abbey star’s emotional speech about rape storyline has got the internet talking Golden Globes
From Business ETC Oil prices tumbled AGAIN today – its lowest level in six years Going Down

Oil prices tumbled AGAIN today – its lowest level in six years

Are you seeing the benefit at the petrol stations?

‘A stupid reflex’: Man who filmed murder of police officer says sorry to his family

“I was completely panicked.” – Jordi Mir offers an explanation.

Delay in Gary Glitter’s trial for sex offences against teenage girls

The former pop star faces charges including attempted rape and indecent assault against a 13-year-old.

Pope on Paris attacks: People become ‘enslaved to deviant forms of religion’

Pope Francis’ comments come as France’s deploys up to 10,000 security services to prevent further attacks.

From Business ETC Microsoft criticises Google for revealing a Windows bug before it could fix it Backlash

Microsoft criticises Google for revealing a Windows bug before it could fix it

The company has criticised Google’s Project Zero for revealing details of a Windows 8.1 vulnerability two days before it was due to fix it.

From The Daily Edge Could Frank Underwood be taking on Russia in House of Cards season 3? Putin On The Ritz

Could Frank Underwood be taking on Russia in House of Cards season 3?

A character in the brand new trailer looks very like a certain world leader.

AirAsia plane ‘exploded’ as it hit the sea

Cabin pressure caused flight QZ8501 to explode as it hit the waters of the Java Sea.

From The Daily Edge 10 moments you need to know about from last night’s Golden Globes Best Moments

10 moments you need to know about from last night’s Golden Globes

Forget the winners. These are the real talking points.

From The Daily Edge Amy and Tina’s Golden Globes monologue in full Amal Forever

Amy and Tina’s Golden Globes monologue in full

Including a serious Bill Cosby burn

From The Daily Edge Here are all the winners of this year’s Golden Globes Golden Globes

Here are all the winners of this year’s Golden Globes

Last night’s ceremony was not short of surprises.

International - Sunday 11 January, 2015

‘Ink should flow, not blood’: Up to 1.6 million people attend ‘unity’ rally in Paris

“Today, Paris is the capital of the world,” French President Francois Hollande told the emotional crowd that gathered in the city centre today.

From The42 3 things we learned from Sunday’s Premier League action Analysis

3 things we learned from Sunday’s Premier League action

Alexis Sanchez continues to thrill at Arsenal while Morgan Schneiderlin is the jewel in Southampton’s crown.

From The42 As it happened: NFL Divisional Round Sunday night hangout Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: NFL Divisional Round Sunday night hangout

This is where all the cool kids were hanging out for the NFL games.

Boko Haram use 10-year-old girl suicide bomber in attack outside market

Witnesses said the girl may not have known what exactly was strapped to her body under her hijab.

18 libraries every book-lover should visit in their lifetime

From Baroque masterpieces to stark timber and glass structures — these incredible buildings are certain to distract you from whatever you’re reading.

From The42 As it happened: Manchester United v Southampton, Premier League Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Manchester United v Southampton, Premier League

We were at Old Trafford as the hosts attempted to keep up their impressive unbeaten run.

Sydney siege victim was killed by police bullet

News reports in Australia said the 38-year-old was struck by a ricochet.

Supermarket gunman linked with attack on same day as Charlie Hebdo massacre

A jogger was seriously wounded in the attack, which happened in a Paris suburb on Wednesday.

Anita Ekberg — the iconic actress from La Dolce Vita — has died, aged 83 RIP

Anita Ekberg — the iconic actress from La Dolce Vita — has died, aged 83

The Swedish film star is likely to be remembered for that single scene set at Rome’s Trevi Fountain in Fellini’s 1960 classic.

Man resembling Paris gunman claims to be IS member in posthumous video

It follows a week of terror attacks in France that have claimed 17 victims. Three attackers also died.

‘Thousands’ feared killed in Boko Haram terror attack

An Amnesty International statement said there were reports the town of Baga was razed and that as many as 2,000 people were killed.

From The Daily Edge 9 things we can expect from Tina and Amy at tonight’s Golden Globes Dynamic Duo

9 things we can expect from Tina and Amy at tonight’s Golden Globes

Step this way for the funniest awards show of the year.

From Business ETC Aer Lingus reaps the spoils of a global oil glut as passengers pay sky-high fuel levies Fuelled To Go

Aer Lingus reaps the spoils of a global oil glut as passengers pay sky-high fuel levies

Fuel costs have gone through the floor, but customers aren’t getting much benefit.

Arson attack at German newspaper that reprinted Mohammed cartoons

The Hamburger Morgenpost had splashed three Charlie Hebdo cartoons on its front page after the massacre in Paris.

International - Saturday 10 January, 2015

From The42 Five talking points from today’s Premier League action Water Cooler

Five talking points from today’s Premier League action

There were big wins at the top and the bottom of the table today.

From The42 Richard Dunne involved in angry confrontation with QPR fans Controversy

Richard Dunne involved in angry confrontation with QPR fans

Meanwhile, Harry Redknapp was left fuming at QPR’s “horrendous” defending for Burnley’s second goal.

Boumeddiene may have been in Turkey at time of French terror attacks

It is believed the woman is now in Syria.

Brother of murdered French policeman: Do not confuse extremists with Muslims

Malek Merabet also chided the media for using footage of his brother’s killing.

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‘Should I tell them there was somebody else there?’: French hostage tells of life-or-death dilemma

The French print factory owner taken hostage yesterday knew there was somebody else in the building as he left.

Twin brothers arrested in Canada on terrorism charges

One of the brothers was apprehended at Montreal’s international airport just before departing to “travel overseas for terrorist purposes”.

Rod Taylor, star of The Birds, dies aged 84 RIP

Rod Taylor, star of The Birds, dies aged 84

Taylor earned a reputation as a Hollywood hellion, commenting in 1977 that he had “started out as a beatnik”.