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Kim Jong-un expresses 'great satisfaction' at Trump letter ahead of talks

Kim Jong-un expresses 'great satisfaction' at Trump letter ahead of talks

North Korea’s leader is making ‘good technical preparations’ for February summit, official news agency reportsNorth Korea’s Kim Jong-un has expressed “great satisfaction” after receiving a letter from
'Please help me': refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi tells of his Thai jail ordeal

'Please help me': refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi tells of his Thai jail ordeal

Exclusive: In an interview with the Guardian he pleads for his release and says he fears torture and jail if extradited to BahrainHakeem al-Araibi, the refugee footballer from Bahrain who was detained
Venezuela protests as two leaders vie to be president – in pictures

Venezuela protests as two leaders vie to be president – in pictures

Venezuela has been thrown into turmoil after opposition leader Juan Guaidó declared himself the interim president, challenging president Nicolás Maduro. Guaidó has been recognised by the US, Canada,
Iran arrested 7,000 dissidents in 'year of shame', says Amnesty

Iran arrested 7,000 dissidents in 'year of shame', says Amnesty

Journalists, lawyers, minority rights activists and anti-hijab protesters among those heldIranian authorities arrested more than 7,000 dissidents last year in a sweeping crackdown that led to hundreds
Brazil accuses US missionary of putting isolated tribe's lives at risk

Brazil accuses US missionary of putting isolated tribe's lives at risk

Indigenous agency says Steve Campbell entered tribal lands‘The probability of transmission of diseases … is high’Brazil’s indigenous affairs department (Funai) has accused an American missionary of
Heatwave: South Australia breaks temperature records as Tasmania bushfires rage – as it happened

Heatwave: South Australia breaks temperature records as Tasmania bushfires rage – as it happened

Adelaide broke the all-time weather record, while Victoria and NSW also suffered under extreme heat 8.49am GMT This blog is wrapping up for the evening, thanks for reading.While some parts of the
El Chapo's wife aided in 2015 prison break, cartel member testifies

El Chapo's wife aided in 2015 prison break, cartel member testifies

Dámaso López Núñez told the jury at Guzmán’s trial that Emma Coronel Aispuro ‘was giving us his orders’The wife of the Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán played a key role in his infamous
Venezuela crisis: what happens now after two men have claimed to be president?

Venezuela crisis: what happens now after two men have claimed to be president?

The US and other states rushed to recognise Juan Guaidó but the path to dislodging the country’s leftwing leader is unclearVenezuela’s political crisis was turned on its head on Wednesday as a
Venezuela: Juan Guaidó declares himself interim president after mass protests – video report

Venezuela: Juan Guaidó declares himself interim president after mass protests – video report

Venezuela’s opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, has won significant international support after declaring himself the country's interim president in a dramatic escalation of efforts to force out Nicolás
Trump says he won't deliver State of the Union address until shutdown is over

Trump says he won't deliver State of the Union address until shutdown is over

No venue can compete with ‘history and tradition’, says president, after Nancy Pelosi blocks him from making speech in House chamberDonald Trump has said he will wait until the government shutdown is
Student in standoff with Native American defends his actions – video report

Student in standoff with Native American defends his actions – video report

The Kentucky high school student filmed in an apparent standoff with a Native American activist in Washington DC says he was 'not disrespectful' during the interaction, as a spokesman for Donald Trump
Man who killed woman in speedboat crash arrested in Georgia

Man who killed woman in speedboat crash arrested in Georgia

Jack Shepherd, convicted of killing Charlotte Brown, had been on the run for six monthsA fugitive who was convicted of killing a woman in a speedboat crash on the Thames has been arrested in
Morning mail: house prices tumble, Assange appeal, Hottest 100 favourites

Morning mail: house prices tumble, Assange appeal, Hottest 100 favourites

Sydney leads national downturn with sharpest fall in 20 years. Plus: Julian Assange launches legal action against Trump administrationGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main
No-deal Brexit 'poses threat to global stability' – CBI head

No-deal Brexit 'poses threat to global stability' – CBI head

Carolyn Fairbairn warns bosses at Davos that damage caused by disorderly exit could spread far beyond the UK Fears are growing internationally that a no-deal Brexit poses a threat to the stability of
Financial irregularities at care home where teenager killed herself, inquest told

Financial irregularities at care home where teenager killed herself, inquest told

Manager says he resigned over ‘reckless’ sacking of therapists at mental health care homeFinancial irregularities were uncovered at a care home where a 19-year-old with bipolar disorder killed herself
The Guardian view on Zimbabwe’s crackdown: Mugabe went, but the regime lives on | Editorial

The Guardian view on Zimbabwe’s crackdown: Mugabe went, but the regime lives on | Editorial

The ruthless crushing of protests shows how little has changed since Emmerson Mnangagwa took overPeople do not always want to be proved right. Many Zimbabweans watching the brutal crackdown on
Trump says 'All options on table' as Venezuela crisis deepens

Trump says 'All options on table' as Venezuela crisis deepens

Juan Guaidó stakes claim as 14 killed in two nights of protestsDefiant Maduro urges supporters to ‘resist at all costs’ Venezuela’s opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, has secured significant
Better way to be a bean-counter | Brief letters

Better way to be a bean-counter | Brief letters

Paying tax | Suez crisis | James Dyson | Welsh language | London’s new concert hallWhile heartily endorsing Frances Ryan’s comments (G2, 23 January) on the joy of tax, may I also strengthen her
Trial of four former Barclays executives begins

Trial of four former Barclays executives begins

Fraud charges relate to multibillion-pound rescue of bank by Qatar in 2008 Four former Barclays executives have appeared in court charged with fraud in relation to the multibillion-pound rescue of the
Italian deputy PM calls on French voters not to back Macron

Italian deputy PM calls on French voters not to back Macron

Matteo Salvini’s comments prior to elections increase tensions between countriesTensions between Italy and France have deepened after the Italian deputy prime minister urged French people not to