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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ tops $1 billion worldwide

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“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time, only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue …read more

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‘Fake news’ tops list of words banned for 2018

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The phrase was the top vote-getter in Lake Superior State University’s 43rd annual List of Words Banished from the Queen’s …read more

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15 science & tech leaders offer surprising predictions for 2018

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What will the new year bring? …read more

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How to read more books in 2018

It’s resolution time. Will this be the year you hit the treadmill for an hour every day, make all your …read more

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Good move! – Gender specialist applauds planned court for sex offences

Gender specialist and university lecturer Nadeen Spence has welcomed plans for a special court to be established to deal with …read more

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Christmas crushed – Couple criticises cops after baby’s death

When his girlfriend went into labourat home on Christmas Eve, one month before the date the doctors had said she …read more

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Childhood stolen by a monster – Rape leaves 12-y-o pregnant, worried

More than 400 women and girls were raped across Jamaica this year, including 12-year-old Alexia Parker*.Now eight months pregnant, Alexia …read more

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Its dreams of a caliphate are gone. Now Isis has a deadly new strategy | Hassan Hassan

Territorial losses in Syria and Iraq mean Islamic State militants are igniting bloody sectarian insurgencies elsewhere Its much-vaunted caliphate has …read more

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The Observer view on how to make 2018 a turning point | Observer editorial

In exaggerating pessimism we neglect ways to create a better world It is customary, as the year draws to a close, …read more

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Russia is biggest culprit of spreading ‘fake news’, says survey of UK social media users

Poll by humanitarian charity the Syria Campaign sheds light on Britons’ susceptibility to online misinformation More than half of British users …read more

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