How the global trade in tear gas is booming

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Tear gas was fired at migrants by both Mexican and US authorities last month When the US border control agents used tear gas against migrants seeking asylum at the southern border, it was a high-profile incident in a decade that has seen rising use of …

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'SNL' star Pete Davidson accounted for after alarming Instagram post: report

Pete Davidson, one of the cast members from “Saturday Night Live,” has been accounted for and seems fine after writing an alarmingly grim message on Instagram, Deadline.com reported Saturday afternoon. Davidson posted his message on Instagram following another post about being honest about mental health. “I really don’t want to be on this earth …

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Gabriel Jesus Fires As Manchester City Snatch Top Spot From Liverpool

“Strikers need to score goals,” said Guardiola of Jesus’s man-of-the-match performance. “The difference today was that he scored as he was in better positions.” Guardiola could even afford the luxury of leaving Kevin de Bruyne and Sergio Aguero on the bench on their return from injury as the Catalan coach …

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The Worst Games of 2018

Share. Fallout 76 isn’t the worst game of the year, but it’s probably the biggest disappointment. By Daemon Hatfield Welcome back to Game Scoop!, IGN’s weekly video game talk show. This week we’re discussing the worst games of 2018, Resident Evil 2, and more. Watch the video above or download …

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Why Superman’s the Most Important Comic Book Movie Ever

Share. The comic book movies you love owe everything to this iconic film. By Adam DiLeo The comic book movie as we know it turns 40 this month with the anniversary of 1978’s iconic, unforgettable Superman: The Movie. Most genre fans — even those who weren’t alive when Christopher Reeve …

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'Trust deficit': UK's top envoy to Australia on diplomacy in the WikiLeaks era

A couple of decades ago, when Menna Rawlings joined the foreign office after university, the profession was a closed circle. No one thought about private cables finding their way to the public domain. That changed in 2010, when WikiLeaks dumped more than 250,000 classified cables, sparking an international diplomatic crisis. …

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Obama reassures those worried about losing health insurance

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 15, 2018 / 11:23 PM GMT By Phil McCausland Former President Barack Obama on Saturday attempted to comfort those who might be frightened that they would lose their health …

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