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Donald Trump and Theresa May 'looking forward to UK visit'

Donald Trump and Theresa May 'looking forward to UK visit'

White House confirms two leaders spoke late on Saturday regards Trump’s visit in July and pressing international issues Donald Trump and Theresa May have held talks by telephone on a range of
Lava bubbles out of vents as Kilauea volcano eruption continues in Hawaii

Lava bubbles out of vents as Kilauea volcano eruption continues in Hawaii

More than 1,700 people evacuated from two neighborhoodsAt least two homes burned as two more vents countedLava was bubbling out of two vents in a residential neighborhood on Hawaii’s Big Island on
The Observer view on Trump’s folly in risking not just peace in the Middle East | Observer editorial

The Observer view on Trump’s folly in risking not just peace in the Middle East | Observer editorial

If he rips up the Iran nuclear deal, America’s relationship with Europe will also be irreparably damagedUnless he experiences a sudden, unexpected change of heart, Donald Trump will reactivate US
Trump’s dirty ops attack on Obama legacy shows pure hatred for Iran deal

Trump’s dirty ops attack on Obama legacy shows pure hatred for Iran deal

US president’s move using Israeli private security brings prospect of a new conflict in the Middle East ever closerThe use of an Israeli private security firm to dig for dirt on senior members of the
Revealed: Trump team hired spy firm for ‘dirty ops’ on Iran arms deal

Revealed: Trump team hired spy firm for ‘dirty ops’ on Iran arms deal

Israeli agency told to find incriminating material on Obama diplomats who negotiated deal with TehranAides to Donald Trump, the US president, hired an Israeli private intelligence agency to
Trump friend Tom Barrack has been questioned by Mueller, sources say

Trump friend Tom Barrack has been questioned by Mueller, sources say

Real-estate developer was chair of inaugural committeeOne source says questioning included financial campaign mattersInvestigators working for special counsel Robert Mueller have interviewed one of
Israel fears ‘explosion of violence’ as US prepares to open embassy in Jerusalem

Israel fears ‘explosion of violence’ as US prepares to open embassy in Jerusalem

Decision to relocate into the disputed city in the same week as Israel’s 70th anniversary raises concerns of increased tensionPolice in Israel have started patrols and security sweeps of a southern
Trump White House accuses China of 'Orwellian nonsense'

Trump White House accuses China of 'Orwellian nonsense'

Beijing seeks to change US airline references to disputed territoriesHarsh statement released as US trade delegation returns The White House on Saturday condemned Chinese efforts to control how US
Russia's Alexei Navalny arrested as 1,600 detained nationwide

Russia's Alexei Navalny arrested as 1,600 detained nationwide

Authorities arrest opposition leader at Moscow anti-Putin rally that was part of demonstrations across the countryRussia’s opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, was one of about 1,600 of people detained
Journalists’ deaths can only thicken the fog of war over Afghanistan

Journalists’ deaths can only thicken the fog of war over Afghanistan

Emma Graham-Harrison, who has frequently reported from Kabul for the Observer and the Guardian, assesses the full impact of last week’s suicide attack on the cityAfghanistan is not widely known for
Alexei Navalny and scores more arrested at anti-Putin rally – video

Alexei Navalny and scores more arrested at anti-Putin rally – video

Police arrest the Russian opposition leader and others protesting across the country against Vladimir Putin. Navalny had called on Kremlin critics to take to the streets and register their opposition
Thousands protest against Macron under heavy security in Paris

Thousands protest against Macron under heavy security in Paris

Police out in force for demonstration over reforms after May Day disturbances Police were out in force in central Paris on Saturday as thousands of people protested against Emmanuel Macron’s sweeping
UK regulator orders Cambridge Analytica to release data on US voter

UK regulator orders Cambridge Analytica to release data on US voter

In landmark cross-border decision, Information Commissioner’s Office gives company 30 days to comply with David Carroll’s requestCambridge Analytica has been ordered to hand over all the data and
Spirit of ’68 bows to market forces as rebel icons go on sale

Spirit of ’68 bows to market forces as rebel icons go on sale

Posters that fuelled the revolutionary fervour of Paris 50 years ago are being snapped up by collectorsIn the turbulent days of May 1968 in Paris, a group of artists calling itself Atelier Populaire
Nasa launches InSight spacecraft to explore the insides of Mars

Nasa launches InSight spacecraft to explore the insides of Mars

$1bn mission blasts off from California instead of FloridaScientists hope three-legged craft will probe interior of red planetA robotic geologist armed with a hammer and quake monitor rocketed toward
'We're not changing any stories': Trump's week of contradiction

'We're not changing any stories': Trump's week of contradiction

The president’s week ended on a high in front of cheering gun owners but only after Rudy Giuliani had torn up his boss’s Stormy Daniels defence The end of Donald Trump’s week was shaping up nicely, on
Ruffled feathers: feral peacocks split community in Canada

Ruffled feathers: feral peacocks split community in Canada

Tensions have come to a head over the fate of dozens of wild peacocks that have taken up residence on a city streetFor a decade, a group of feral peacocks have divided the community of Sullivan
Indian police arrest 14 after teenage girl raped and burned to death

Indian police arrest 14 after teenage girl raped and burned to death

Suspects accused of attacking victim after abducting her while family were away at weddingA 16-year-old girl has been kidnapped and gang raped, then burned to death when her family tried to seek
Welsh police wrongly identify thousands as potential criminals

Welsh police wrongly identify thousands as potential criminals

South Wales force defends use of facial recognition technology at 2017 Champions League final A police force has defended its use of facial recognition technology after it was revealed that more than
'Guns down, paintballs up': the US trend for settling feuds with paintball wars

'Guns down, paintballs up': the US trend for settling feuds with paintball wars

A rapper’s call to resolve conflict with paintball wars is being hailed as a way to tackle gun violence. But some have turned deadly In videos pouring on to social media from cities across the US,