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Trump attacks New York Times journalist over Michael Cohen article

Trump attacks New York Times journalist over Michael Cohen article

Trump lashed out on Twitter after Maggie Haberman contributed to a story suggesting Cohen might cooperate with federal investigatorsDonald Trump lashed out on Saturday at the New York Times journalist
Man arrested after 20-year-old stabbed to death in Finsbury Park

Man arrested after 20-year-old stabbed to death in Finsbury Park

Suspect was found stabbed nearby and taken into custody after hospital treatment, while other stabbings and arrests take place around capitalA man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a
Melania Trump, Clintons and Obamas attend funeral of Barbara Bush

Melania Trump, Clintons and Obamas attend funeral of Barbara Bush

Donald Trump watches service from ‘Southern White House’Jeb Bush, former Florida governor, delivers moving eulogyAround 1,500 guests attended the largest Episcopal church in the US on Saturday, for
Trump praises North Korea's 'progress' as expert warns against optimism

Trump praises North Korea's 'progress' as expert warns against optimism

Korean-American expert says Pyongyang’s suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests are ‘not a denuclearization statement’Donald Trump has saluted Pyongyang’s suspension of nuclear and
More young people are pro-choice – proof that progress is winning (or will)

More young people are pro-choice – proof that progress is winning (or will)

Two-thirds of young people think abortion should be legal in all or most cases – a glimmer of good news in a time of few winsThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world
India to introduce death penalty for child rapists

India to introduce death penalty for child rapists

Prime minister approves executive order, which will apply to anyone convicted of raping a child under age of 12 India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, will introduce the death penalty for rapists of
Great lengths

Great lengths

How swimming lessons change the lives of refugee children Continue reading...
Aviation agencies order engine checks after Southwest blast

Aviation agencies order engine checks after Southwest blast

US and European regulators order inspections within 20 days after passenger killed by blowout US and European airline regulators have ordered emergency inspections within 20 days of nearly 700
The end of the Castro era? Raúl's exit likely to change little in Cuba

The end of the Castro era? Raúl's exit likely to change little in Cuba

The island is getting a new president in Miguel Díaz-Canel – but the hands on the levers of power will remain the sameAs pundits around the globe proclaimed the end of the Castro era this week, Cuba’s
The 20 photographs of the week

The 20 photographs of the week

Protests in Gaza, evacuations in Syria and the Commonwealth Games in Australia – the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists Continue reading...
North Korea's nuclear pause: grist for both doves and hawks | Robert E Kelly

North Korea's nuclear pause: grist for both doves and hawks | Robert E Kelly

A win for security, but real acid test of Pyongyang’s intentions is whether it will give up the weapons it has already builtNorth Korea has announced it will cease testing nuclear devices and
Renting property: how does it compare around the world?

Renting property: how does it compare around the world?

UK millennials face a lifetime of renting, according to a report – here’s how other nations copeIn the former textile quarter of the southern German city of Augsburg, Matthew Robinson, a 35-year-old
What happened to winter? Vanishing ice convulses Alaskans' way of life

What happened to winter? Vanishing ice convulses Alaskans' way of life

Arctic Dispatches, part 1: The past winter was the warmest on record in the Arctic, putting a lifestyle that has endured for millennia at risk: ‘The magnitude of change is utterly unprecedented’A few
South Africa riots force president to leave Commonwealth summit

South Africa riots force president to leave Commonwealth summit

Cyril Ramaphosa travels to North West province where police have fired rubber bullets during protests over alleged corruption and failing servicesSouth African police have fired rubber bullets at
Memories still painful 25 years after Stephen Lawrence murder

Memories still painful 25 years after Stephen Lawrence murder

The south-east London suburb of Eltham has struggled to shake off a reputation for racismLife continues near the unobtrusive granite plaque which marks the spot where Stephen Lawrence died, 25 years
Why road to Syria peace could begin in a sleepy Swedish farmhouse

Why road to Syria peace could begin in a sleepy Swedish farmhouse

Divided UN heads for a retreat to remote corner of Sweden with the hope of thawing tensionsThe incessant trilling of the larks was still the dominant sound at Backåkra, a traditional ‘fyrlängad’ – a
North Korea halts nuclear and missile tests ahead of planned Trump summit

North Korea halts nuclear and missile tests ahead of planned Trump summit

Pyongyang also says it plans to close nuclear test siteSummit between North and South to be held on FridayNorth Korea has said it will end its tests of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic
Fears over fate of  historic Sydney sandstone building

Fears over fate of historic Sydney sandstone building

NSW opposition fears the ornate chief secretary’s building will be sold off as key tenant vacates• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The New South Wales opposition
Five people die as anti-government protests spread across Nicaragua

Five people die as anti-government protests spread across Nicaragua

Fears unrest over social security reforms may grow as more demonstrators join in and the state responds with heavy handViolent protests have spread across Nicaragua in response to government reforms
33 years on, a long-term solution to live export trade remains elusive

33 years on, a long-term solution to live export trade remains elusive

Reports show the economic importance of the industry is shrinking for everyone but the exporters themselves•Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The first parliamentary