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Camden stabbing: two more arrests over murder of teenage boy

Camden stabbing: two more arrests over murder of teenage boy

Police have arrested a total of five men over killing of 16-year-old Alex Smith last weekDetectives investigating the murder of a 16-year-old boy have made two further arrests.Alex Smith was stabbed
Jack Letts stripped of British citizenship

Jack Letts stripped of British citizenship

Canada accuses UK of ‘offloading responsibilities’ over dual-national Isis recruitJack Letts, who left his home in Oxfordshire to join Isis five years ago, has been stripped of his British citizenship
Emails reveal Boris Johnson laying groundwork for election campaign

Emails reveal Boris Johnson laying groundwork for election campaign

Signs indicate No 10 on election footing as PM plans meetings to come up with manifesto ideasBoris Johnson’s No 10 operation is increasingly on an election footing, with leaked internal emails
Blind Centrelink officer says he was shamed and sacked for slow work

Blind Centrelink officer says he was shamed and sacked for slow work

Exclusive: Brendon Donohue claims he was regularly singled out on the performance ‘whiteboard of shame’A former Centrelink robodebt compliance officer, who is totally blind, claims he was routinely
US defence strategy in Indo-Pacific region faces 'unprecedented crisis'

US defence strategy in Indo-Pacific region faces 'unprecedented crisis'

Australia should diversify its network of defence allies as the military might of America weakens, report warnsAmerica’s military authority is waning and it is ill-prepared to go to war with China in
O’Rourke: El Paso shooting makes clear the ‘real consequence’ of Trump racism

O’Rourke: El Paso shooting makes clear the ‘real consequence’ of Trump racism

Democratic presidential candidate says suspect who killed 22 people earlier this month was inspired by Trump’s rhetoricThe deaths of 22 people in the El Paso shooting earlier this month made clear
British man sets new cycling speed record of more than 174mph

British man sets new cycling speed record of more than 174mph

Neil Campbell rode a £15,000 custom bike released from the back of a speeding PorscheA British man has set a new cycling speed record of more than 174mph on a £15,000 bike released from the back of a
End violence against female aid workers | Letter

End violence against female aid workers | Letter

Rosalind Crowther of CARE International on the need to protect humanitarians Around the world, humanitarian aid workers operate in dangerous and difficult environments and here in South Sudan we know
Fundraiser for PC killed in Berkshire raises £90,000 within hours

Fundraiser for PC killed in Berkshire raises £90,000 within hours

Money will go to relatives of Andrew Harper as police continue to question suspectsMore than £90,000 has been raised in just 24 hours to support the family and widow of PC Andrew Harper as detectives
Gap in NHS provision forcing gaming addicts to seek help abroad

Gap in NHS provision forcing gaming addicts to seek help abroad

Addicted teenagers travelling to overseas clinics as there are no NHS facilities to treat themTeenagers addicted to gaming are travelling to private clinics overseas for treatment due to a lack of
How a Dutch clinic helps UK teenagers addicted to gaming

How a Dutch clinic helps UK teenagers addicted to gaming

Tom, 17, went through a 10-week course involving therapy, outdoor activities – and no phones or coffeeWhen gaming addiction took hold of Tom, 17, he would stay up all night glued to his computer. He
'Rigging the game': Stacey Abrams kicks off campaign to fight voter suppression

'Rigging the game': Stacey Abrams kicks off campaign to fight voter suppression

Abrams, a potential Democratic nominee for vice-president, says African American voter suppression has ‘gone underground’Stacey Abrams is a potential Democratic nominee for vice-president in 2020. She
Dozens of rescuers try to save two trapped cavers in Poland

Dozens of rescuers try to save two trapped cavers in Poland

Explosives could be used to open up route to pair trapped in cavern in Tatra mountains More than two dozen rescue workers are battling to save two cavers trapped in a cavern in the Tatra mountains in
UN experts discover British-made bomb parts in Yemen

UN experts discover British-made bomb parts in Yemen

Guidance unit for ‘high explosive bomb’ found at site in Yemen capitalA United Nations panel of experts has uncovered fragments of British-made laser guidance missile systems at an air raid site in
India orders Kashmir government staff back to work amid protests

India orders Kashmir government staff back to work amid protests

Troops have reportedly used teargas, chilli grenades and pellets to disperse crowds during weekend of clashesIndian officials have ordered government employees in Kashmir to return to duty and some
Iranian tanker at centre of diplomatic row leaves Gibraltar

Iranian tanker at centre of diplomatic row leaves Gibraltar

Shipping data show vessel moving as territory rejects final US request to hold it longerThe Iranian supertanker at the centre of a diplomatic row between Britain and Iran left Gibraltar on Sunday
Hong Kong protesters express their demands as 1.7m gather in demonstrations – video

Hong Kong protesters express their demands as 1.7m gather in demonstrations – video

Nearly 2 million Hongkongers flocked to a downtown park for a rally after two months of increasingly violent clashes that have prompted severe warnings from Beijing and failed to win concessions from
'Trust deficit': Morrison says middle Australia has lost faith in public sector

'Trust deficit': Morrison says middle Australia has lost faith in public sector

Scott Morrison to map out overhaul of public service while Josh Frydenberg will promise banking changes before end of yearThe Morrison government will define its plans to reform the public sector by
Thames vigil to be held on 30th anniversary of Marchioness disaster

Thames vigil to be held on 30th anniversary of Marchioness disaster

Port of London Authority says action on outstanding safety issue ‘long overdue’A vigil will be held on the banks of the Thames to mark the 30th anniversary of the Marchioness pleasure boat disaster in
New evidence emerges of Russian role in Ukraine conflict

New evidence emerges of Russian role in Ukraine conflict

Research group Forensic Architecture collected images to use in ECHR caseNewly collated evidence documenting Russian military involvement in the conflict in Ukraine will be used to bolster legal