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16 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world Greece Tries to Satisfy Creditors

Greece is hurrying to compile a list of economic overhauls that satisfies its creditors and secures needed aid.

18 minutes ago // BBC

world Internet sting paedophile jailed

A man who was trapped by internet paedophile hunters after trying to groom a teenage girl is jailed for a year.

18 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Dont blame depression for the Germanwings tragedy

Pilot Andreas Lubitz might have suffered from depression, but that doesnt explain what he did. We are at risk of further demonising those with mental health problems Continue reading...

19 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Love a duck? Promiscuous birds make genetic mistakes

Promiscuity could put species in danger of potentially damaging genetic changes, according to new research from UCL Continue reading...

19 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Priest jailed for abusing boy at children's home

Father Tony McSweeney sentenced to three years in case linked to allegations of VIP paedophile ring at south London guesthouse Continue reading...

19 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Saudis pledge to continue Yemen bombing campaign

Coalition says it has established air superiority over Yemen and accomplished initial goals of destroying air defence systems under Houthi control Continue reading...

20 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Authors: end to censored versions of books is 'victory for the world of dirt'

Clean Reader app, which changes swear words and so-called offensive terms, removes all titles from online catalogue after writers protest Continue reading...

20 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Water that comes with wallet extractions and IV injections

It's a marketer's dream: We want to drink more water, we love flavor, trend, innovation. And the products are there to fulfill.

20 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Water: What we need, why we need it and how to get it

For two decades, we've been encouraged some might say hounded into making drinking water a habit. We carry it in plastic bottles, reusable canisters, on our backs to suck through elaborate tubing. We might even hire a doctor to have it injected into our veins.

23 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Yemen on brink of humanitarian crisis amid rising food shortages, says Unicef

Fears grow for children in Arab worlds poorest nation as dwindling food supplies and lack of vaccines leave millions of people in need of assistance Continue reading...

23 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world Greece Tries to Satisfy Creditors

Greece is hurrying to compile a list of economic overhauls that satisfies its creditors and secures desperately needed bailout aid.

25 minutes ago // BBC

world 'Legal career on hold for football'

In her new column, England forward Eniola Aluko explains how she combines life as a professional footballer with being a lawyer.

26 minutes ago // USA Today

world Nigeria military claims to destroy Boko Haram headquarters

It was not possible to verify Friday's victory that comes the day before critical presidential elections.

27 minutes ago // BBC

world Internet sting paedophile jailed

A man who was trapped by vigilantes after trying to groom a teenage girl on the internet is jailed for a year.

27 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Earthquake: 3.5 quake strikes near Coalinga

A shallow magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Friday morning six miles from Coalinga, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 12:32 a.m. PDT at a depth of 6.2 miles.

28 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Pound rises as Carney insists next move in interest rates is up - live updates

US Q4 growth unrevised at 2.2%, disappointing forecastsGreece denies Varoufakis is planning to resign

30 minutes ago // BBC

world North Sea workers to vote on action

North Sea workers are to vote on industrial action over jobs, pay and shifts, as operators seek to reduce costs.

31 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Meet the couple travelling the world in search of the human city

Resilient people: Fernando Casado and Paula Garca are on a global mission to collect stories of inspiring citizen-led initiatives that support more people-focused cities. We meet them to find out what theyve learned and whats next Continue reading...

34 minutes ago // New York Times

world Co-Pilot in Germanwings Crash Hid Medical Condition From Employer, Prosecutors Say

They said that among the items found at Andreas Lubitzs home was a doctors note relieving him from his duties because of an illness that covered the day of the crash.

35 minutes ago // ABC

world About 1,000 Workers Fired From South African Power Plant

About 1,000 workers fired from already delayed, but much needed South African power plant

36 minutes ago // Fox News

world About 1,000 workers fired from already delayed, but much needed South African power plant

South Africa's state-owned power utility says that following an illegal strike about 1,000 construction workers have been fired, halting work at an already delayed but much needed power plant.

37 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Prosecutor: Co-pilot on doomed flight hid psychological treatments

MONTABAUR, Germany The co-pilot suspected of intentionally crashing Germanwings Flight 9525 may have tried to hide his psychological troubles from the airline, including possibly tearing up a medical note about ongoing issues on the day of the accident, a German prosecutor said Friday.

38 minutes ago // Fox News

world Nigerian military claims it destroyed Boko Haram HQ, killing several fighters

Nigeria's military claims it has destroyed the headquarters of Boko Haram in Gwoza, a town in northeast Nigeria. It was not possible to verify Friday's victory that comes the day before critical presidential elections.

38 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Three journalists in the Maldives arrested and held without charge

They were covering protests against jailing of the countrys former president Continue reading...

39 minutes ago // The Independent

world Germanwings plane crash: Belgian man loses his only remaining brother in disaster

Claude Driessens had two brothers and now, for reasons linked in one way or another to aviation, he has none. Today, he spoke of his anger at the procedures and the airline which he said had robbed him of his remaining sibling and left him "an orphan".

41 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Raffaele Sollecito lawyer urges court to annul conviction for Meredith Kercher murder

Italian high court judges considering fate of Sollecito and Amanda Knox after lawyers two-hour closing argument Continue reading...

41 minutes ago // The Guardian

world MPs slam construction firms over compensation for blacklisted workers

Workers said they were included on the list often for merely raising health and safety concerns on building sites, or for being union activists Continue reading...

41 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Senate minority leader Harry Reid will not seek re-election

Will focus instead on helping Democrats regain control of SenateAlso cites 1 January accident that left him struggling to regain sight in right eye Continue reading...

43 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Fortitude mammoth problems on the island: episode 9

The island is put under quarantine, Markus snatches Shirleys body, and Henry finally blows his top leaving DCI Morton hanging on for dear life as the collateral damage Continue reading...

45 minutes ago // MSNBC

world Co-Pilot May Have Hidden Illness From Germanwings: Officials

Reports surface that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight, was suffering from a "personal life crisis." Investigators scoured his home for clues as to why he crashed the plane. NBC's Katy Tur reports.

45 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Elizabeth Warren: banks could halt donations in protest at senator's plans

Banking giants are so upset with Warrens call for them to be broken up that theyre considering withholding campaign funds to Senate Democrats Continue reading...

45 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Election 2015: Labour plans profits cap on private health firms live

After the prime minister tops the polls for last nights TV grilling by Jeremy Paxman, the Guardians politics team scoops up and analyses the falloutEd Miliband vows Labour would cap profits of private health companies

46 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Nude art tours, elves and the biggest building in Europe the week in art

The man hosting nudist gallery viewings, the power of Icelands hidden people and the mega mirrored middle finger to nature planned for a tiny Alpine town all in your weekly art dispatch Continue reading...

46 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Woman given suspended sentence for funding jihadi boyfriend in Syria

Hana Khan sentenced to 21 months suspended for two years after being found guilty of funding terrorism in what judge said was exceptional case Continue reading...

46 minutes ago // BBC

world Man found not guilty of Derry murder

A Londonderry man has been found not guilty of murdering Barry McCrory at a city centre flat in 2013.

47 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Wild Tales - video review

In an excerpt from this week's Guardian Film Show Henry Barnes, Peter Bradshaw and Benjamin Lee release their rage with Damin Szifron's collection of six short films about ordinary people and their extraordinarily violent crimes. Wild Tales, which is executive produced by Pedro Almodvar, is released in the UK on Friday 27 March