10-24 08:08 LENTA.RU Россиянам рассказали о вероятности появления террористов в Сибири

Секретарь Совета безопасности России Николай Патрушев отметил растущий уровень террористической активности и высокую вероятность проникновения международных террористов в регионы Сибири. По его словам, из-за недостаточного финансирования в регионах мишенями экстремистов могут стать объекты культуры и спорта.


10-24 08:07 EURONEWS Live: Saudi sanctions, Brexit strategy, escalator accident

Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as it happens this morning.


10-24 08:07 RT Saudi handling of Khashoggi murder was 'a total fiasco', Trump says

US President Donald Trump has scolded Saudi Arabia for journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder and badly executed cover-up, calling it a "total fiasco from day one," while still hedging around condemning the Saudi government.
Read Full Article at RT.com


10-24 08:07 RT Saudi handling of Khashoggi murder was 'a total fiasco', Trump says

US President Donald Trump has scolded Saudi Arabia for journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder and badly executed cover-up, calling it a "total fiasco from day one," while still hedging around condemning the Saudi government.
Read Full Article at RT.com


10-24 08:06 THE GUARDIAN Julia Gillard's official portrait unveiled in Canberra – politics live

Australia’s first female prime minister has described what sort of story she wanted her portrait to tell. All the day’s events, live

Paul Fletcheris back and if white noise had a voice, I think we have just found it.

Defence Department secretary Greg Moriarty has confirmed no background checks are carried out on Myanmar military personnel undergoing training in Australia, to ascertain if they were involved in atrocities against Rohingya people in the troubled Rakhine state.

“At the moment, the Department of Defence does not have a vetting procedure in place in relation to our activities with Myanmar,” Moriarty told a Senate estimates hearing.


10-24 08:05 THE GUARDIAN Enterprise bargaining is out of reach for most workers. We need a better system | Josh Bornstein

Australia is one of the world’s most affluent countries, but its wealth no longer flows on to employees. How did things get so out of whack?

On Tuesday,an estimated 150,000people took to the streets in Melbourne and elsewhere, demanding that the federal government take action on the wage freeze sweeping our country. For the first time in living memory, workers are living through a low wage crisis. Since 2013, their income has gone backwards. Meanwhile, profits are risingfive timesfaster than wages.

Related:ACTU rallies: estimated 150,000 workers march for 'better deal' on pay


10-24 08:04 РЕГНУМ Atlantic: Пощёчина от ЕС – это именно то, что нужно правительству Италии

У Италии есть три недели на то, чтобы предоставить пересмотренный бюджет.   С момента прихода к власти в мае 2018 года коалиционное правительство Италии так и осталось примером брака по расчету. «Движение 5 звезд» выиграло на юге Италии, который сталкивается с экономическими...


10-24 08:03 THE GUARDIAN World Series Game 1: Boston Red Sox 8-4 Los Angeles Dodgers – live!

Kimbrel, long beard v Turner, longer beard. Different shades of red. A real battle and a full count.

There can only be one, and it’s Kimbrel.

Dodgers 4-8 Red Sox, top 9th

Muncy, he’s destroyed.


10-24 08:03 FOXNews Hurricane Willa moves inland after hitting Mexico coast

Hurricane Willa began losing power overnight after roaring over a stretch of beach towns, fishing villages and farms on the Pacific coast of Mexico's Sinaloa state as a Category 3 storm.


10-24 08:02 FOXNews Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick on what awaits migrant caravan

Migrants crossing the U.S. border illegally will be processed, prosecuted and returned to Central America, says Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.