Global Headline News for 19 Nov 2019
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A Toronto man has been arrested and charged with a number of offences in relation to a child pornography probe. Cops say Brian Drury, 33, has been charged with luring a child (under 18), possession of... child pornography and accessing child pornography. On Aug. 22, 2019, Toronto Police officers executed a Criminal Code search warrant […]
Two prison workers who were guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he hanged himself could be charged as early as this week with falsifying records.
The world relies on China to produce the building blocks of the modern world, which include rare earths. A new deal with Washington aims to shift Canberra's reliance on its northern neighbour.
Protests have cut off some transport routes.
Decluttering guru looks to clean up but says 'if the bowl you're using currently sparks joy for you, I don't encourage replacing it' The Japanese tidying guru Marie Kondo appears to have adopted a new... approach to decluttering: rid your home of things that don't "spark joy", then replace them with items from her new online store. Kondo - who rose to international fame for encouraging people to declutter their homes and minds using the KonMari method - launched the store on her website earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
Carrie Lam says no children have been arrested but they may face further investigation About 600 protesters who were trapped by police inside a Hong Kong university have surrendered to the... authorities, chief executive Carrie Lam has said. Lam said that among those who had given themselves up to police were 200 children.
Khary Lazarre-White, a racial justice advocate and attorney, joined CBSN to discuss Michael Bloomberg's recent apology for the stop-and-frisk policy in New York City.
The man accused of murdering Grace Millane says she died accidentally during consensual sex.
Defence lawyers say accused had 'no motive' for murder Defence lawyers for the New Zealand man accused of murdering Grace Millane have put the British backpacker's sexual history at the centre of... their case, bringing forward witnesses who spoke about her dating past. The jury was told that Millane was a member of a number of BDSM dating websites, and had practised choking in the past.
A U.S. watchdog on Monday backed a protest from Jeff Bezos' space company that challenged the Pentagon's military space launch procurement strategy, showing support for one of the Amazon billionaire's... disputes with major agency procurement programs.
Hong Kong's embattled leader, Carrie Lam, hopes a standoff between police and anti-government protesters at a major university can be resolved peacefully, she said on Tuesday, adding that she had told... police to handle it in a humane way.
Virginia Giuffre (pictured) says that Jeffrey Epstein brought her from the US to London when she was 17-year-old Virginia Roberts and that she then had sex with Prince Andrew.
Video footage captured the moment Texas police officers burst through a hotel room door and rescue a kidnapped 8-year-old girl hiding in a basket of laundry. The body camera footage released by police... shows cops in Fort Worth bang on the door and demand the kidnapper raise his hands when they enter the room. Once...
In 2006, Prince Andrew invited Jeffrey Epstein to the 18th birthday party of his daughter Beatrice. Andrew didn't know, he claims, that an arrest warrant had been issued for Epstein earlier that year... for sexual assault of a minor -- because Epstein had never mentioned it to him. (Even though the British royal family have numerous staff who vet guests.)
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pushed for a United States policy change on settlements for months, according to a report, which was published shortly after Secretary of State Mike... Pompeo's announcement on Monday that the U.S. government will ease its stance on Israeli settlements.
An advertising campaign to address methamphetamine use in the US state of South Dakota draws attention for its bizarre catchphrase, "Meth. We're On It".
General counsel has urged judges to order the release of still-secret material redacted from the report The House of Representatives' top lawyer told a federal court on Monday that the House is... investigating whether Donald Trump lied to the special counsel Robert Mueller, and the attorney urged the judges to order the release of still-secret material from Mueller's investigation. The president provided Mueller with written answers to some of the special counsel's questions but refused to sit for an interview with his team. Mueller also wrote in his final report that he considered some of Trump's answers to be incomplete or imprecise.
Israeli settlements in the West Bank are not necessarily inconsistent with the law, Pompeo said Monday
"Christine Pelosi joins ""Red and Blue"" to discuss the latest in the impeachment investigation and her new book about her mother, ""The Nancy Pelosi Way."" The book details the House Speaker's rise... through America's political ranks. "
How digital platforms such as Google and Facebook treat consumer data is a top priority of the competition watchdog, says chairman Rod Sims.
Since being deported from the United States, Maria Butina has received several job offers in Russia, including one with the human rights commission.s Butina, 31, pleaded guilty last year to one count... of conspiring to act as a foreign agent for Russia. She infiltrated the National Rifle Association andinfluenced Republican and conservative activists in order to promote Russian interests in the 2016 presidential election. She was sentenced to 18 months in prison, but was released last month after serving 15 months. She was deported on Oct. 26. When she arrived back in Russia, Butina was greeted by cheering supporters. She made her first public appearance since then on Monday, alongside the country's human rights commissioner, Tatyana Moskalkova. She invited Butina to "work in our group...
Nine witnesses are expected to testify during three days of impeachment hearings this week. Keir Dougall, CBSN legal contributor and former assistant U.S. attorney in New York's Eastern District,... joins CBSN to discuss the legal implications of the upcoming hearings.
Second week of hearings begins Tuesday; Bei Bei the panda leaves the U.S. for good
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