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New Jersey gym fires three staff members after two black men are asked to leave

New Jersey gym fires three staff members after two black men are asked to leave

Video taken at Secaucus LA Fitness shows an apparent incident of racial profiling in which the police were calledA New Jersey gym has fired a manager and two employees after two black men were kicked
Mexican court blocks sales of Frida Kahlo Barbie doll

Mexican court blocks sales of Frida Kahlo Barbie doll

Distant relatives gain injunction against toymaker MattelDispute centres on who controls late artist’s image rightsDistant relatives of Frida Kahlo have won a temporary injunction that stops sales of
Theresa May says Windrush victims will be paid compensation

Theresa May says Windrush victims will be paid compensation

PM tells Commonwealth leaders she will do ‘whatever it takes’ to resolve anxieties and problemsTheresa May has reassured Commonwealth leaders that members of the Windrush generation who had suffered
Comey memos: six of the biggest takeaways

Comey memos: six of the biggest takeaways

Donald Trump tweeted the recently released memos show ‘no collusion’ – but that might not be the conclusion that jumps out mostBeginning in January 2017, when he first met Donald Trump, James Comey,
Karen Dawisha obituary

Karen Dawisha obituary

Author and academic whose book Putin’s Kleptocracy exposed how the Russian president rose to powerKaren Dawisha, who has died aged 68 of cancer, was an outstanding and original scholar of Russia who
Uproar in Canada after homeopath gives boy pill made from rabid dog's saliva

Uproar in Canada after homeopath gives boy pill made from rabid dog's saliva

Homeopathic remedy allegedly cured behaviour problemCritics seek review of system for approving homeopathic treatmentsThe Canadian government’s system of approving homeopathic treatments has been
From Trump’s US to Syria, even the plain truth is tribal | Jonathan Freedland

From Trump’s US to Syria, even the plain truth is tribal | Jonathan Freedland

The denigration of Robert Mueller and the White Helmets shows the extent to which provable facts are now under siegeThere was a time when, even if we disagreed about the remedy, we did at least agree
Alarm bells ringing at the IMF | Letters

Alarm bells ringing at the IMF | Letters

Protectionism is a logical response to national insecurity, but it doesn’t have to be left to the right, suggests Colin Hines, while David Murray considers rising world debtThere is a link between
Stop flagging up the Proms | Brief letters

Stop flagging up the Proms | Brief letters

Border guards | Windrush | Enoch Powell | Proms photos | Restricted vocabulary | Ian GrieveThe Home Office is looking for 550 new (junior level) people to manage its borders. Applicants must be UK
Democratic party sues Russia, WikiLeaks and Trump campaign over election disruption

Democratic party sues Russia, WikiLeaks and Trump campaign over election disruption

The party alleges in the federal lawsuit that Trump campaign officials conspired with Russia to hurt Democratic nominee Hillary ClintonThe Democratic National Committee has filed a lawsuit against the
Iran warns Israeli bases are within reach as pair lock horns over Syria

Iran warns Israeli bases are within reach as pair lock horns over Syria

Senior military officer says Zionists would be annihilated if Iran came under attackIran has said it is prepared to wipe out “Zionists” in the event of a war with Israel, as mutual hostility deepened
Inside North Korea, all they will say about Trump is 'he's crazy'

Inside North Korea, all they will say about Trump is 'he's crazy'

Official silence on Kim Jong-un’s planned meeting with US president is evident during rare, stage-managed media tour of PyongyangFrom Pyongyang’s vast, empty boulevards to its dusty, disorderly
It's time to stop believing in these 'magic' Brexit solutions

It's time to stop believing in these 'magic' Brexit solutions

UK’s unlikely proposals to solve Irish border question leaves Brussels wondering if customs union may be most realistic optionFrom the minute the UK government first proposed its idea last August of
Ex-Liberian warlord jailed in US for lying about asylum claim

Ex-Liberian warlord jailed in US for lying about asylum claim

Mohammed Jabbateh, who has lived in Pennsylvania for 20 years, committed horrendous crimes during Liberia’s first civil warA former Liberian warlord known as “Jungle Jabbah” has been sentenced to 30
Salisbury asks Banksy to brighten barriers at contaminated sites

Salisbury asks Banksy to brighten barriers at contaminated sites

Request sent to artist following concerns that unsightly blockades will put off visitors The street artist Banksy is being encouraged by council officials to make one of his cloak-and-dagger visits to
France's ex-PM Manuel Valls could stand for mayor of Barcelona

France's ex-PM Manuel Valls could stand for mayor of Barcelona

Barcelona-born Valls, opposed to Catalan independence, says he is interested in continuing debateFrance’s former prime minister Manuel Valls is considering standing in Barcelona’s mayoral election
Crackdown prompts Soros's Open Society to quit Budapest

Crackdown prompts Soros's Open Society to quit Budapest

Grantmaking body acts after civil society restrictions planned by re-elected PM Viktor Orbán George Soros’s Open Society Foundations has revealed plans to close its Budapest office ahead of a
'Untouchable' Myanmar army under fire over torture and murder claims | Joshua Carroll

'Untouchable' Myanmar army under fire over torture and murder claims | Joshua Carroll

A handful of recent convictions show troops are starting to be held to account, while the military are listed for the first time on a UN armed forces blacklistThe three young men went out to get
Columbine students urge action on gun control ahead of walkouts across the US

Columbine students urge action on gun control ahead of walkouts across the US

Colorado students held a rally with Parkland survivors on anniversary of 1999 shooting, while nationwide protests are planned at schoolsWhen Columbine high school teacher Paula Reed does lockdown
Comey memos: Trump said Michael Flynn had 'serious judgment issues'

Comey memos: Trump said Michael Flynn had 'serious judgment issues'

According to former FBI head, president complained about his first national security adviser, who was later firedThe US president, Donald Trump, told former FBI director James Comey he had serious