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Melania Trump's parents legally in US, lawyer says, as questions swirl over immigration process

Melania Trump's parents legally in US, lawyer says, as questions swirl over immigration process

Immigration experts say couple might have relied on what Trump calls ‘chain migration’ and wants to endA lawyer representing Melania Trump’s parents has said they are living legally in the US.
Pakistan court bans Nawaz Sharif from leading his party

Pakistan court bans Nawaz Sharif from leading his party

Political uncertainty as judges nullify PML-N party’s candidate list for senate electionsPakistan’s supreme court has barred Nawaz Sharif from his position as president of the country’s ruling party,
Morning mail: Florida students rally for gun control

Morning mail: Florida students rally for gun control

Thursday: Lawmakers urged to act as thousands walk out of classes. Plus: Australia’s growing homeless crisisGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on
Universities strike blamed on vote by Oxbridge colleges

Universities strike blamed on vote by Oxbridge colleges

Move to cut pension scheme risk attributed to wealthiest institutions’ role in Universities UK surveyThe higher education strike affecting an estimated 1 million students this week may have been
Crisis actors, deep state, false flag: the rise of conspiracy theory code words

Crisis actors, deep state, false flag: the rise of conspiracy theory code words

The idea that mass shooting victims and witnesses are hired performers serving a dark purpose has over the last decade migrated from the farthest margins of conspiracy mediaOn Tuesday on CNN, Parkland
Newsweek plunged into chaos by its own reporters' exposé

Newsweek plunged into chaos by its own reporters' exposé

Staff fired following report on links between Newsweek Media Group and Christian university Newsweek, once one of the most powerful publications in US media, has a scoop on its hands – one that has
The Guardian view on eastern Ghouta: the powerful compete, Syrian civilians pay | Editorial

The Guardian view on eastern Ghouta: the powerful compete, Syrian civilians pay | Editorial

Deaths mount in the besieged opposition enclave, but there is no end to Syria’s enmeshed wars in sightBloodied children. Maimed children. Children pulled from the rubble, grey with dust, their mouths
Robert Mueller files new charges against former Trump aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates

Robert Mueller files new charges against former Trump aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates

Sealed single-page document filed in federal court does not shed light on the nature of the new chargesNew sealed criminal charges have been filed in federal court in the criminal case brought by the
Father of baby about to lose life support denied hospital access

Father of baby about to lose life support denied hospital access

Lanre Haastrup challenges ban in court after hospital staff allege he was aggressiveThe father of Isaiah Haastrup, the profoundly brain-damaged baby boy whose life support system is to be turned off,
Boko Haram school attack: two girls killed and 76 rescued, official says

Boko Haram school attack: two girls killed and 76 rescued, official says

At least 13 feared missing after insurgents attacked village of Dapchi on Monday eveningThe Nigerian military rescued 76 schoolgirls and recovered the bodies of two others on Wednesday, after the
John Hone obituary

John Hone obituary

My father, John Hone, who has died aged 87, was a teacher of sailing, rock climbing, caving and other activities at the Bewerley Park Centre in Pateley Bridge, which runs residential outdoor pursuits
Minnie Driver: Oxfam bosses 'knew what was going on and did nothing'

Minnie Driver: Oxfam bosses 'knew what was going on and did nothing'

Actor and activist who worked with charity for 20 years stepped down to ‘send a message’ after Haiti sexual misconduct scandalActor and activist Minnie Driver has said she stood down as an ambassador
Florida students confront lawmakers on gun control as thousands walk out

Florida students confront lawmakers on gun control as thousands walk out

100 Parkland students travelled 450 miles to the state capital while others at dozens of high schools walked out in support of #NeverAgainHow will gun control be discussed at a conference of
Florida shooting: students walk out of schools to call for gun control – video

Florida shooting: students walk out of schools to call for gun control – video

Students across the US are walking out of their schools to protest against gun violence and demand stricter gun laws after last week's massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland,
Five sermons from Billy Graham, the father of showman evangelicalism – video

Five sermons from Billy Graham, the father of showman evangelicalism – video

Billy Graham, the renowned evangelist preacher, has died aged 99. Graham was famous for his impassioned sermons delivered to millions of people across the United States and around the world. He
Mount Brexit threatens to blow as May calls cabinet to Chequers

Mount Brexit threatens to blow as May calls cabinet to Chequers

The recent increase in seismic activity suggests a major eruption could be imminentTectonic plates are grinding ominously underneath a 16th-century manor house in Buckinghamshire. As Theresa May locks
Thousands of Gazans rush to border as Egypt opens crossing

Thousands of Gazans rush to border as Egypt opens crossing

Scores, many sick, wait for their names to be called out as Rafah crossing point is opened for four days for humanitarian casesEgypt opened its border with Gaza on Wednesday, providing rare passage
Cost of living pushing Australian workers into homelessness

Cost of living pushing Australian workers into homelessness

As wages fail to catch up to rising housing costs, thousands more are seeking helpThe number of employed Australians seeking help for homelessness has jumped by almost 30% in three years, sparking
Emmanuel Macron unveils plans to crack down on immigration

Emmanuel Macron unveils plans to crack down on immigration

Activists say proposals to speed up requests threaten rights of asylum-seekers in FranceTough proposals to crack down on immigration and asylum in France have been unveiled by Emmanuel Macron’s
May says UK will not cut aid in wake of Oxfam scandal

May says UK will not cut aid in wake of Oxfam scandal

Prime minister defies calls to scrap UK commitment to spend 0.7% of national income on aidThe UK’s aid budget will not be cut as a result of the sexual exploitation scandal affecting the sector, the