Pork sold in Asda and Sainsbury’s has been shown to be infected with a strain of the antibiotic-resistant ‘superbug’ MRSA.

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism tested 97 British pork products – and found they carried the potentially deadly bacteria.

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Time For Truth: (Metro) – Pork in Asda and Sainsbury’s ‘is infected with deadly superbug MRSA’

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The Philippines has recorded about 1,800 drug-related killings since President Rodrigo Duterte took office seven weeks ago and launched a war on narcotics, far higher than previously believed, according to police figures.

Philippine National Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa told a Senate committee on Monday that 712 drug traffickers and users had been killed in police operations since July 1.

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Time For Truth: (10 News) – Philippines drug war deaths climb to 1,800; U.S. 'deeply concerned'

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The start of 2016 saw the highest number of terrorism deaths in Western Europe since 2004, BBC research has revealed.

The first seven months of the year saw 143 deaths, which is also the second worst start to the year since 1980.

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At least 28 civilians have reportedly been killed and several wounded in US-led air strikes on the suburbs of the northern Syrian city of Manbij, according to a monitoring group.

The reports on Friday come a day after the US-led coalition announced it had enough evidence of civilian casualties from its attacks on the same area last week to launch a formal investigation.

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The man once regarded as the world’s most powerful banker has bluntly declared that the Iraq war was ‘largely’ about oil.

Appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1987 and retired last year after serving four presidents, Alan Greenspan has been the leading Republican economist for a generation and his utterings instantly moved world markets.

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