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Cuban population decreased over 11,000 in 2018
Cuba's population decreased over 11,000 people by the end of 2018, official media reported on Saturday citing an expert from the National Statistics Bureau (NSB).
Over half of young people in British jails are of BME background
More than half of the inmates held in prisons for young people in England and Wales are from a black and minority ethnic (BME) background, the highest proportion on record, the prisons watchdog said, prompting warnings that youth jails have hit ‘American’ levels of disproportionality.
Italian coalition chiefs spar over stranded migrants
The leaders of Italy’s populist coalition parties are sparring over migrants stranded at sea aboard private rescue vessels.
Storm over Brexit troubles Scottish fishermen
In the small Scottish fishing village of Pittenweem, residents are worried the political wrangling in London is pushing their dream of Brexit beyond the North Sea horizon.
How chickens took over world
A study of chicken bones dug up at London archaeological sites shows how the bird we know today has altered beyond recognition from its ancestors.
Over 800,000 people at risk of starvation in Mozambique
Over 800,000 people were at a risk of starvation in Mozambique, the National Institute for Calamities Management (INGC) said.
CDU in showdown over UN migration pact
Members of Angela Merkel's ruling Christian Democrats (CDU) are hitting back at Health Minister Jens Spahn's suggestion that Germany should not sign on to the United Nations' Global Compact for Migration after all.
Anger over Hammond's £400m 'little extras' for schools
Teachers and parents reacted with anger to an announcement in the Budget that schools are to receive a one-off payment of £400 million for ‘little extras’.
Row over central England mega-plan
A controversial mega-development of homes, offices and roads across central England is being backed by the British transport secretary, Chris Grayling.
Major tobacco firm accused of hypocrisy over anti-smoking ad
One of the world's biggest tobacco firms, Philip Morris, was accused of ‘staggering hypocrisy’ over its new ad campaign that urges smokers to quit.
Facebook sued over video viewing figures
Facebook was aware of inaccuracies in the way it measured how many people viewed video on its site for a year longer than it has previously admitted, court documents claimed.
Australia's NAB cuts 300 staff over wrongdoing
About 300 staff of National Australia Bank (NAB.AX) have been fired or left the company as a result of internal investigations into wrongdoing, the bank’s chief executive, Andrew Thorburn, said on Friday, following public revelations of misconduct across the sector.
UN urges Australia to evacuate offshore refugees over health crisis
The United Nations (UN) asked Australia to urgently evacuate detainees from the Pacific islands of Nauru and Papua New Guinea, saying it bears responsibility for their deteriorating health conditions.
Over 260,000 diabetes inpatients in UK had hospital medication errors in 2017
More than a quarter of a million diabetes inpatients in the UK experienced a medication error at hospital last year, putting them at risk of serious harm or death, research by a leading charity has found.

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