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Three dead and hundreds injured as Israeli troops open fire on Gaza border

Three dead and hundreds injured as Israeli troops open fire on Gaza border

Action against Palestinian protesters flares hours after UN criticism of IsraelIsraeli troops have shot dead three protesters along the Gaza border, hours after the United Nations human rights chief
‘Britain is my home’: how the ‘hostile environment’ damage has spread

‘Britain is my home’: how the ‘hostile environment’ damage has spread

Since the Windrush scandal broke, stories have emerged of people from other Commonwealth countries battling to prove their right to remain in the UK With controversy over the government’s “hostile
Bank of England and ECB set up group to address Brexit fears

Bank of England and ECB set up group to address Brexit fears

Committee will assess potential financial disruption if Britain leaves EU without deal The financial disruption that could result if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal is to be examined
Republican-led House panel says no evidence Trump colluded with Russia

Republican-led House panel says no evidence Trump colluded with Russia

Schiff: Republicans acted as ‘defense counsel for key witnesses’ Trump: ‘No evidence’ campaign ‘colluded, coordinated or conspired’The Republican-led House intelligence committee on Friday officially
How Bill Cosby went from 'America's dad' to convicted sex offender

How Bill Cosby went from 'America's dad' to convicted sex offender

Before his dramatic downfall, culminating in a guilty verdict, Cosby seemed to be at the peak of what had been an extraordinary public lifeBill Cosby came very close to cementing his legacy as
The Guardian view on inter-Korean talks: progress – for now | Editorial

The Guardian view on inter-Korean talks: progress – for now | Editorial

The warm meeting between Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in has raised hopes ahead of the Trump summit. Caution is advisedIt was a historic moment replete with grand pledges and theatrical gestures of
Canned in Kenya, set for Cannes: Rafiki falls foul of Nairobi film censors | Hannah Summers

Canned in Kenya, set for Cannes: Rafiki falls foul of Nairobi film censors | Hannah Summers

Wanuri Kahiu’s drama banned for ‘promoting lesbianism’ despite becoming first Kenyan film to earn showing at CannesIt is a coming-of-age tale of two girls, the daughters of political opponents, who
Nine schoolchildren stabbed to death in northern China

Nine schoolchildren stabbed to death in northern China

Suspect arrested in Shaanxi province after attack in which 10 others were woundedNine children have been stabbed to death and 10 others injured on their way home from school in northern China, in one
Macron went mano a mano with Trump, but will he have anything to show for it?

Macron went mano a mano with Trump, but will he have anything to show for it?

There was no doubt the French president’s proactive approach earned him political points, but the outcome on issues such as the Iran deal still hangs in the balanceOne of Donald Trump’s contributions
Bill Cosby sexual assault victim Andrea Constand: 'Truth prevails'

Bill Cosby sexual assault victim Andrea Constand: 'Truth prevails'

Cosby, 80, convicted of sexually assaulting Constand in 2004Bill Cosby found guilty in milestone for #MeToo eraAndrea Constand, the woman Bill Cosby was convicted of sexually assaulting, said “truth
Libyan general returns to Benghazi after death rumours

Libyan general returns to Benghazi after death rumours

Khalifa Haftar orders assault on Islamist-controlled areas after return from Paris hospitalDefying reports of an incapacitating stroke and even his death, the Libyan strongman Gen Khalifa Haftar has
Korean leaders bond over handshakes and 'a lot of pictures'

Korean leaders bond over handshakes and 'a lot of pictures'

Korea summit’s positive mood appears to break 65 years of North and South animosityWhen the two men shook hands, it was as if old friends were catching up after a long separation, and 65 years of
Cannes film festival to set up sexual harassment phone line

Cannes film festival to set up sexual harassment phone line

French equality minister announces partnership with festival following allegations of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein at previous eventsAn anti-sexual harassment hotline will be set up for the
Grenfell Tower public inquiry timetable unveiled

Grenfell Tower public inquiry timetable unveiled

First six months to focus on what happened night of fire, but overall inquiry could last into 2020The public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire has unveiled a timetable for the hearing of evidence
Key moments from historic Korean summit – video report

Key moments from historic Korean summit – video report

The North Korean and South Korean leaders have agreed to a 'new era of peace', 65 years after the armistice. At Kim Jong-un’s beckoning, Moon Jae-in briefly stepped across a demarcation line into the
Spanish prosecutors to appeal against Pamplona gang rape verdict

Spanish prosecutors to appeal against Pamplona gang rape verdict

Five men were found guilty of lesser offence of sexual abuse against teenager during festivalSpanish prosecutors are to appeal against the verdict in the case of five men who were cleared of the gang
Windrush citizens: 'It's like having your world torn apart' – video

Windrush citizens: 'It's like having your world torn apart' – video

As Theresa May faces criticism over the Windrush scandal, three of those affected – Glenda Caesar, Sarah O'Connor and Briggs Levi Maynard – tell how it feels to be rejected by their country.
Police intervene as opening of Sierra Leone parliament is overtaken by chaos

Police intervene as opening of Sierra Leone parliament is overtaken by chaos

Police use force as members of ousted All People’s Congress party are removed from parliament after defying high court injunctions Julius Maada Bio’s fledgling tenure as president of Sierra Leone was
Trump says Comey is 'either very sick or very dumb' as memo row continues

Trump says Comey is 'either very sick or very dumb' as memo row continues

Trump: ‘He doesn’t understand what he did or how serious it is’Comey: ‘Facts really do matter … That’s a false statement’ A day after both he and James Comey made their cases on Fox News, Donald Trump
Rotterdam reveals Brexit fears over port capacity – but says Dover has it worse

Rotterdam reveals Brexit fears over port capacity – but says Dover has it worse

Dutch delay spending on new port facilities amid hope of British U-turn on customs unionOfficials at the port of Rotterdam, the largest in Europe, are stalling on investments in Brexit infrastructure