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US briefing: Brexit, New Zealand and US Liberians facing deportation

US briefing: Brexit, New Zealand and US Liberians facing deportation

Tuesday’s top story: Brexit chaos after official thwarts May’s plans for third vote. Plus, why Israel is making friends with Gulf monarchiesSubscribe now to receive the morning briefing by email.Good
Far-right Israeli campaign ad jokes of 'fascism' perfume

Far-right Israeli campaign ad jokes of 'fascism' perfume

Video appears to make light of accusations of ultranationalist and authoritarian politicsIsrael’s far-right justice minister has released a campaign video for forthcoming elections in which she poses
May could still hold another vote on her deal, says Brexit secretary

May could still hold another vote on her deal, says Brexit secretary

Stephen Barclay says vote possible if PM agrees terms of article 50 extension with EUToday’s latest political developments - live updatesThe Brexit secretary, Stephen Barclay, has insisted the prime
Japanese Olympic chief to quit amid corruption allegations scandal

Japanese Olympic chief to quit amid corruption allegations scandal

Tsunekazu Takeda denies claims relating to payments to consultancy linked to son of disgraced ex-Olympic officialThe president of the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) has said he will resign amid
Cyclone Trevor hits the Queensland coast with 200km/h winds

Cyclone Trevor hits the Queensland coast with 200km/h winds

Category three storm expected to strengthen as it heads towards the Northern TerritoryCyclone Trevor has slammed into the north Queensland coast with ferocious winds of more than 200km/h that are
FIFA Foundation Community Programme – in pictures

FIFA Foundation Community Programme – in pictures

Star striker Samuel Eto’o represented the UNHCR Sport and Cooperation Network in Cameroon to coach child refugees from neighbouring Central African Republic, part-funded by the Fifa Foundation
School climate strikes: 1.4 million people took part, say campaigners

School climate strikes: 1.4 million people took part, say campaigners

Activist Greta Thunberg, 16, says action proved ‘no one is too small to make a difference’More than 1.4 million young people around the world took part in school strikes for climate action, according
At home in the remote snow forests of Russia – in pictures

At home in the remote snow forests of Russia – in pictures

Elena Anosova, a Russia-based photographer, travelled to Siberia to document isolated communities for her project Out of the Way. The village of Taiga has a population of 100 adults, the closest town
Erasmus scheme in chaos as UK students left in limbo

Erasmus scheme in chaos as UK students left in limbo

The 17,000 students about to do a year abroad face huge uncertainty over funding and accommodationFor Alice Watkins, a Manchester University student, a year in Paris, then Madrid, as part of her
How public transport actually turns a profit in Hong Kong

How public transport actually turns a profit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong MTR’s ‘rail plus property’ model keep fares cheap and makes the company completely self-sustaining. Could loss-making metro systems in other cities learn lessons?“Once we build the
Foreign nationals suspected of Isis links 'not wanted' in Syrian camps

Foreign nationals suspected of Isis links 'not wanted' in Syrian camps

Aid agencies struggle to cope with rise in new arrivals, with scores dying on the way to the settlementsAn estimated 7,000 women and children from more than 40 nations, including the US, UK, Australia
Why Trump-era policies create new barriers to legal immigration to the US

Why Trump-era policies create new barriers to legal immigration to the US

Policy shifts such as more in-person interviews, stricter guidance on denying student visas, travel bans and lower refugee caps have reduced immigrationWhen Moshe Schulman’s then fiancee visited the
China's goths protest after woman told to remove 'distressing' make-up on subway

China's goths protest after woman told to remove 'distressing' make-up on subway

Weibo users post selfies of themselves in full make-up after woman stopped by security from boarding a trainChina’s goth community have united in an online protest after a woman was ordered to remove
NZ parliament pays tribute to Christchurch victims – video

NZ parliament pays tribute to Christchurch victims – video

MPs in New Zealand's parliament have paid tribute to the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks this afternoon, opening the day's session with a Muslim prayer Continue reading...
Three people dying in Yemen every day despite ceasefire agreement

Three people dying in Yemen every day despite ceasefire agreement

Since the Stockholm deal in December, airstrikes on Hodeidah have decreased but casualties have doubled elsewhereYemen is continuing to experience a steady stream of violence, claiming at least one
'We never thought it would happen': Thomas Heatherwick's $200m gamble

'We never thought it would happen': Thomas Heatherwick's $200m gamble

The British architect has landed in New York with the Vessel, an extravagant 150ft-tall structure, the most talked about element of Hudson YardsWalking up the steps in leather shoes, a yellow scarf
Wake up, Italians – our country is in a state of democratic emergency | Roberto Saviano

Wake up, Italians – our country is in a state of democratic emergency | Roberto Saviano

With migrants being subject to racist attacks and journalists being left undefended, Italy needs to rediscover its better selfThis month marks a year since the last general election in Italy. Three
'Real leaders do exist': Jacinda Ardern uses solace and steel to guide a broken nation

'Real leaders do exist': Jacinda Ardern uses solace and steel to guide a broken nation

The 38-year-old prime minister has been tested like no other New Zealand leader before by the worst terrorism attack in the nation’s modern historyIn the hours after a gunman killed 50 people at two
Sydney man accused of meat grinder bomb plot was trying to prevent terrorist attack, court told

Sydney man accused of meat grinder bomb plot was trying to prevent terrorist attack, court told

Lawyer says Khaled Khayat never took the bomb to Sydney airport on 15 July 2017One of two Sydney brothers accused of plotting to bring down an Etihad flight with a bomb hidden in a meat grinder was
Exit Brussels? The UK civil servants under a fog of uncertainty

Exit Brussels? The UK civil servants under a fog of uncertainty

A dwindling band will stay at the EU for years, but many fear their influence will fadeWhatever happens regarding the UK’s future relationship with Europe, the British are not leaving the EU’s