JAN
20

BBC news for County Durham

Further arrests in Teesside human trafficking probe

The total number of arrests is 11, and Cleveland Police say the investigation continues.

UKIP loses another MEP as Jonathan Arnott quits party

Jonathan Arnott says Henry Bolton is not right for the job but attacks those "jockeying" to replace him.

Police cleared over Middlesbrough pursuit crash death

Brandon Morris, 16, died when the car in which he was a passenger crashed during a pursuit.

Redcar SSI closure recovery 'long and challenging'

But the task force set up after 2,200 people lost their jobs in 2015 says a "good start" has been made.

Live BBC World News

US shutdown begins as Senate fails to pass new budget

Many federal agencies will close as Republicans and Democrats fail to pass a short-term budget.

Pope Francis warns of threat to Amazon peoples on Peru visit

Tribal elders call on him to help protect them, saying they are being driven from their lands.

Mattis: US national security focus no longer terrorism

The defence secretary points to "growing threats" from Russia and China.

Workers cleared over Canada rail disaster

Forty-seven people were killed in one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history.

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