Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro says he would put army on streets to fight crime

Presidential frontrunner says in TV interview that country is ‘at war’ Jair Bolsonaro, the frontrunner to become Brazil’s next president, said on Sunday that, if elected, he intends to use the armed forces for routine street patrols, describing the country Read More

Sub-zero temperatures to bring end to warm UK autumn weather

Strong winds will batter parts of northern England and Scotland, forecasters say Sub-zero temperatures will reach some parts of the UK by the end of this week, bringing to an end a stretch of mild autumn weather. Temperatures look likely Read More

From denial to pride: how China changed its language on Xinjiang's camps

Beijing now proudly parades ‘humane management and care’ at internment camps, after denying their existence for months China’s state broadcaster CCTV last week offered a look inside Xinjiang’s controversial internment camps. In the 15-minute segment journalists visit the Hotan City Read More

Egypt denies organ theft claims after death of British tourist

Authorities say heart, as well as parts of liver and kidneys of David Humphries were taken to establish cause of death Egyptian authorities have denied reports of alleged organ theft after the body of a British tourist who died suddenly Read More

Philip Hammond urged to make moves to end austerity

Thinktank promotes measures to help chancellor increase NHS spending and reverse planned cuts to services Philip Hammond could make progress towards ending austerity in his budget on 29 October despite opposition from backbench Tory MPs to tax rises and extra Read More