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Rachel Crooks, who accused Trump of sexual harassment, to run for office

Rachel Crooks, who accused Trump of sexual harassment, to run for office

Crooks, 35, seeking seat in state legislature in her native OhioSays Trump forcibly kissed her when she worked at Trump Tower A woman who has publicly accused Donald Trump of forcibly kissing her when
Adam Bandt apologises to Jim Molan – politics live

Adam Bandt apologises to Jim Molan – politics live

New Liberal senator Molan had invited the Greens MP to apologise for comments made about the Iraq war; Labor pursues PM over tax cuts, and Turnbull criticised for leaving Closing the Gap meeting
Homeless person in California swept into garbage truck and nearly crushed

Homeless person in California swept into garbage truck and nearly crushed

City official disciplined over mistake, the latest example of a deadly hazard faced by those living on the streets Sign up to our monthly Outside in America newsletter A senior official in San Diego
Donald Trump's hair blown apart by the wind – video

Donald Trump's hair blown apart by the wind – video

The reality of Donald Trump's unique combover is revealed as the president takes a windy walk towards Air Force One Continue reading...
European stock markets recover after sharp losses

European stock markets recover after sharp losses

FTSE gained nearly 2% but Dow Jones recovery failed to last with index falling back by close to end more than 19 points downEuropean stock markets have rallied after sharp losses earlier in the week,
Canada quarrel pits British Columbia against Alberta in battle of oil and wine

Canada quarrel pits British Columbia against Alberta in battle of oil and wine

Alberta bans wine imports from British Columbia amid a brewing dispute over a pipeline expansionRelations between two Canadian provinces have turned vinegary in an escalating row over oil and
Worker productivity in north grew twice as fast as London in 2016

Worker productivity in north grew twice as fast as London in 2016

Thinktank figures reveal north’s encouraging economic output despite challenges of UK regional divideThe productivity of workers in northern England grew twice as fast as London in 2016, according to
Guardian view on Germany’s grand coalition: continuity carries risks | Editorial

Guardian view on Germany’s grand coalition: continuity carries risks | Editorial

A new government in Berlin is cause for relief, but not celebration when hard problems go unaddressedSince Brexit is the biggest problem facing the UK, it is easy from this side of the Channel to
House Democrats warn: no budget deal without Dreamers promise

House Democrats warn: no budget deal without Dreamers promise

Congress rushes to agree deal to avert another shutdownPelosi says package must consider immigration legislationThe leader of House Democrats, Nancy Pelosi, threatened on Wednesday to withhold support
Scott Morrison on wage growth, tax cuts and playing politics – the full interview

Scott Morrison on wage growth, tax cuts and playing politics – the full interview

Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, asks the treasurer to expand on why he still believes in the orthodoxy of supply and demandLet’s start with wages growth. If I understand your
Landmark case against British mining firm begins in Sierra Leone

Landmark case against British mining firm begins in Sierra Leone

British high court convenes on foreign soil for first time as evidence is heard of Tonkolili Iron Ore Ltd’s alleged complicity in police brutalityA British court has heard testimony of the alleged
Cyclists face ban from road near Hull famed for time trials

Cyclists face ban from road near Hull famed for time trials

British Cycling says targeting of A63 stretch once used by Bradley Wiggins is deeply concerningCyclists may be banned from a stretch of the A63 near Hull which was once used by the Olympian Bradley
Lord Janner's son urges CPS to prosecute 'Nick' over rape allegations

Lord Janner's son urges CPS to prosecute 'Nick' over rape allegations

Daniel Janner says he could bring private action against man who accused his father of child abuseLord Janner’s son has vowed to bring a private prosecution against the man at the centre of
DRC crisis: aide says Kabila not standing in elections

DRC crisis: aide says Kabila not standing in elections

President’s decision not to step down in 2016 led to brutally suppressed protestsJoseph Kabila, the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, whose refusal to step down at the end of his
Germany's rightwing AfD gears up to play noisy opposition role

Germany's rightwing AfD gears up to play noisy opposition role

Coalition between Angela Merkel’s CDU and the SPD makes AfD the main opposition partyGermany’s anti-immigration, rightwing populist Alternative für Deutschland is preparing to play a noisy role inside
'Criminalised, detained, deported': UK accused of failing trafficked children

'Criminalised, detained, deported': UK accused of failing trafficked children

Lawyers and child protection groups warn Britain routinely returns trafficked children to Vietnam despite risk of further exploitationChild trafficking victims deported back to Vietnam by the British
Paris in the snow – in pictures

Paris in the snow – in pictures

Heavy snowfall has brought public transport in Paris and surrounding regions close to a halt. Icy streets were largely empty as officials urged people to leave vehicles at home after 12cm of snow
I love Paris in the snowfall: skiing in the city – video

I love Paris in the snowfall: skiing in the city – video

Skiers and snowboarders are taking advantage of the heavy snow covering the French capital. Montmartre hill proved to be a popular spot on Wednesday morning – until the police intervened. The snow
Reigning parades: military showpieces Trump might want to copy

Reigning parades: military showpieces Trump might want to copy

Donald Trump has ordered the Pentagon to plan a military parade for Washington DC. To give the US some ideas, we look at how other countries do it Continue reading...
Chilean mother who fears daughter was driven to suicide demands law change

Chilean mother who fears daughter was driven to suicide demands law change

A year after Antonia Garros Hermosilla’s death at ex-boyfriend’s home, calls continue for action over fatal form of abuseOn the night of 7 February 2017, in the Chilean coastal city of Concepción,