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EU's Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says he sees no reason for optimism that EU and Britain can find solution to question of Irish backstop

National Crime Agency clears and Arron Banks after finding 'no evidence that any criminal offences have been committed'

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‘Sir, there could be some merit in not discussing that.’ — Trump tried to publicly reveal high-tech security features of the new border wall, and this military general did not seem happy about it

Former Thomas Cook pilot David Crichton tells #BBCBreakfast  one airline carrier tried to charge a crew "$10,000 each to get home". More here:

Message being circulated to delegates at Labour conference: Confirms a walkout during @tom_watson  speech is one option. To stop him or anyone else reopening or challenging ydays Brexit vote.

The publisher of The New York Times detailed a stunning moment when the U.S. refused to help one of its reporters in danger abroad

Opinion: Only Boris Johnson could get away with these latest allegations – and that’s the problem

Delhi: People queue up to buy onions being sold at Rs 22 per kg by the Government of India.

#Breaking first on TIMES NOW | Undeniable proof of @ImranKhanPTI’s lie. The Foreign Minister of Pakistan, @SMQureshiPTI  was found along with Ghulam Nabi Fai, a convicted ISI mole, who routed ISI cash to terrorists in J&K. TIMES NOW’s Pradeep Dutta with details. Listen in.

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Greta Thunberg to world leaders at the U.N. climate summit: “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words”

People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth.” Watch Greta Thunberg speak at the UN Monday morning.

If a picture is worth 1,000 words then this GIF is worth 100,000 #ClimateWeek2019 

"The eyes of all future generations are on you" Activist@GretaThunberg  tells world leaders at a UN climate summit they are "not mature enough" to "tell it like it is" on climate change, adding young people will "never forgive" them if they fail to act

"You come to us young people for hope - how dare you?" @GretaThunberg  speaks passionately about the need to tackle climate change at a UN summit in New York, telling world leaders "if you choose to fail us… we will never forgive you" [tap to expand]

Here’s the constitutional equilibrium we are rapidly approaching: the president can literally do anything he wants as long as he has 34 votes in the Senate voting to protect him.

Jonah Hill In Talks For Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’ At Warner Bros.

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Members of U.S. Congress, please focus on obtaining the whistleblower's complaint instead of the Trump-Zekensky phone call transcript, first because its release is the law (release of transcript is not) & second because the transcript might not reveal everything involved here.

“You all come to us young people for hope. How dare you. You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words." - from Greta Thunberg's speech to world leaders at the 2019 U.N. Climate Action Summit.

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Scoops of the Week

"You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words," climate activist Greta Thunberg tells the UN. "We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you."

The #Emmys  crowd reacts to Jharrel Jerome's win for best actor in a limited series or movie for #WhenTheySeeUs 

JUST IN: White nationalism is now recognized as a major terror threat by the Department of Homeland Security

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Lenny Henry just introduced himself at this media conference with: “Hello, I’m Justin Trudeau

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‘We are living in the beginning of a mass extinction … but we can still fix this.’ — @GretaThunberg ’s powerful new video explains how we can beat the climate crisis

Republican members of Congress seem very quiet this weekend

From New York to Mumbai, climate protesters flooded the streets in cities around the globe, marching out of their schools, homes and workplaces to demand action on climate change

The “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness opens up to The New York Times about being an addict, a sexual abuse survivor and H.I.V. positive

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