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Trump has turned foreign aid into shabby political theatre | Peter Beaumont

Trump has turned foreign aid into shabby political theatre | Peter Beaumont

Stalled relief supplies for Venezuela at the Colombian border are a stark illustration of Trump’s crudely transactional approach to aidIn their grey livery, the US Air Force C-17s shuttling into
Trump blocks Isis member from returning to US – as it happened

Trump blocks Isis member from returning to US – as it happened

President orders state department to deny return of American-born woman, Hoda Muthana, who joined Islamic State in 2015Full story: US says it will not readmit Alabama woman who joined IsisSign up for
Thousands march in France against rise in antisemitism – video report

Thousands march in France against rise in antisemitism – video report

Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets across France in protest against an increase in the number of antisemitic attacks in the country. Recent incidents have included a Jewish cemetery
Russia may be forced to aim weapons at Washington, suggests Putin

Russia may be forced to aim weapons at Washington, suggests Putin

‘Centres of decision making’ will be targeted if west deploys new missiles in EuropeVladimir Putin has said that Russia will develop new weapons and aim them at western “centres of decision-making” if
'Surprisingly calm' Irish lottery winner lands £152m

'Surprisingly calm' Irish lottery winner lands £152m

Locals say country’s biggest EuroMillions jackpot ‘couldn’t have happened to nicer people’The winner of a €175m (£152m) EuroMillions jackpot who phoned Ireland’s national lottery to claim the prize
Israel to launch first privately funded moon mission

Israel to launch first privately funded moon mission

Attempt to become fourth country to send spacecraft to the surface blasts off this week A team of Israeli scientists is to launch what will be the first privately funded mission to land on the moon
Emma Thompson quits film after John Lasseter joins production

Emma Thompson quits film after John Lasseter joins production

The actor had been due to voice a role in Luck but left the film after Skydance controversially hired the former Pixar chief who has been accused of sexual harassment Emma Thompson has pulled out of a
Bernie Sanders raises $4m in 12 hours after announcing 2020 campaign

Bernie Sanders raises $4m in 12 hours after announcing 2020 campaign

Haul from 150,000 donors was more than double the $1.5m Kamala Harris raised in the first 24 hours of her campaignThe full list of Democrats vying to take on TrumpBernie Sanders raised $4m from
Britons may need £52 visa to visit mainland Europe after Brexit

Britons may need £52 visa to visit mainland Europe after Brexit

Visa-free travel plan derailed again by Spanish demands over status of GibraltarBritish tourists travelling to continental Europe may need to pay £52 for a visa in a few weeks after Spanish demands
'An ad for blackness': how Soul Train made America do the Hustle

'An ad for blackness': how Soul Train made America do the Hustle

It was the ultra-hip music show that put black culture centre stage – with the enigmatic Don Cornelius as its impresario It was Aretha Franklin who made Don Cornelius realise he had hit the big time.
I witnessed the purgatory of people trapped in Syria's Rukban camp | Marwa Awad

I witnessed the purgatory of people trapped in Syria's Rukban camp | Marwa Awad

Constant hunger and thirst haunt those stranded in the desert, where escape means paying vast sums to smugglers Between the southern border of Syria, Jordan and Iraq lies a stretch of land akin to
Glass houses: how much privacy can city-dwellers expect?

Glass houses: how much privacy can city-dwellers expect?

The recent court decision against the neighbours of Tate Modern in London belies a much wider problem – everyone is constantly being watchedAlexander McFadyen says that he and his family were “more or
Marighella: revolutionary biopic from Narcos' Wagner Moura criticised by Bolsonaro

Marighella: revolutionary biopic from Narcos' Wagner Moura criticised by Bolsonaro

Film about guerrilla fighter Carlos Marighella causes outrage in Brazil despite no release date being scheduledA film about a leftist Brazilian revolutionary, directed by Narcos star Wagner Moura, has
Nine executed in Egypt over Hisham Barakat assassination

Nine executed in Egypt over Hisham Barakat assassination

Human rights campaigners say 15 people executed recently were subjected to torture and unjust trialsEgypt executed nine men accused of killing the country’s former top prosecutor on Wednesday,
Conservative split as rebels denounce grip of hardline Brexiters

Conservative split as rebels denounce grip of hardline Brexiters

Anna Soubry, Sarah Wollaston and Heidi Allen say Tory modernising project has been destroyedThree Conservative MPs who resigned to join a new independent group on Wednesday said Theresa May had
French senators say ex-Macron aide should be investigated for perjury

French senators say ex-Macron aide should be investigated for perjury

Report into conduct of Alexandre Benalla accuses president’s office of serious failingsEmmanuel Macron is under renewed pressure after a senate committee recommended his former security aide Alexandre
US briefing: Bernie fundraising, cervical cancer and high-speed rail

US briefing: Bernie fundraising, cervical cancer and high-speed rail

Wednesday’s top story: Sanders raises $4m from 150,000 donors in 12 hours. Plus, how conservationists are combating a spike in cactus theftsGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories.
‘This has poisoned everything’ – pollution casts shadow over New Mexico’s booming dairy industry

‘This has poisoned everything’ – pollution casts shadow over New Mexico’s booming dairy industry

Pollution from Cannon Air Force Base has gone unreported for decades. Now it’s threatening the US food supply For months, Clovis, New Mexico, dairy farmer Art Schaap has been watching his life go down
Three Tory MPs tipped to quit party and join Independent Group

Three Tory MPs tipped to quit party and join Independent Group

Anna Soubry, Sarah Wollaston and Heidi Allen are tipped as MPs who could join group of Labour exilesFollow all the day’s political developments - live updates At least three Conservative MPs were on
Drone no-fly zone to be widened at airports after Gatwick chaos

Drone no-fly zone to be widened at airports after Gatwick chaos

Police given powers to stop and search and use warrant to access drone electronic dataFlying drones will be illegal within five kilometres (3.1 miles) of airports after ministers decided to widen the