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Japanese broadcaster issues North Korean missile alert by mistake

Japanese broadcaster issues North Korean missile alert by mistake

NHK posts online messages urging people to take shelter, days after similar error in HawaiiJapan’s public broadcaster mistakenly sent an alert warning citizens about a North Korean missile launch and
A picture of health? Trump to share details of medical checkup

A picture of health? Trump to share details of medical checkup

Trump’s doctor says president is in ‘excellent health’Doctor to give thorough readout on Trump’s physical healthHow does Donald Trump’s health compare with the average American?A fuller picture of
Just Eat driver 'sent unwanted messages' to female customer

Just Eat driver 'sent unwanted messages' to female customer

Takeaway app criticised for response to woman who complained about inappropriate messagesThe Information Commissioner’s Office is investigating allegations that a delivery driver used a customer’s
Two Indian families opt to keep sons who were swapped at birth

Two Indian families opt to keep sons who were swapped at birth

A mother’s suspicions led to a meeting, a DNA test and finally the truth – but by then it was too late to swap backSalma Parbin knew. Her husband would not believe her for three months. The hospital
Steve Bannon subpoenaed to testify in Mueller's Russia investigation – report

Steve Bannon subpoenaed to testify in Mueller's Russia investigation – report

Bannon reportedly summoned by Mueller to go before grand juryTrump aide speaks to House intelligence committee on Tuesday Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House – tell-all burns allThe House
Peter Madsen charged with 'submarine murder' of Kim Wall

Peter Madsen charged with 'submarine murder' of Kim Wall

Prosecutor in Denmark says inventor cut Swedish journalist’s throat or strangled her onboard self-built vesselThe suspected killer of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall has been formally charged with her
Will Abbas’s ‘Eff off, Trump’ fury play into the hands of rightwing Israelis? | Ian Black

Will Abbas’s ‘Eff off, Trump’ fury play into the hands of rightwing Israelis? | Ian Black

The Palestinian leader’s Ramallah speech reads like a two-state epitaph, but his principled realism is an enduring point of lightMahmoud Abbas is not known for coming up with catchy lines, and he has
A holy bath and the Scream: Tuesday's best photos

A holy bath and the Scream: Tuesday's best photos

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world Continue reading...
Bacon with banned additive among risks of US-UK trade deal

Bacon with banned additive among risks of US-UK trade deal

Soil Association issues top 10 food safety concerns posed by a transatlantic free-trade dealThe sale of US bacon produced with additives strong enough to cripple pigs, chlorinated chicken and
French prison officers stage protests against violent inmates

French prison officers stage protests against violent inmates

Union activists clash with riot police and shout down justice minister amid demonstrations at multiple French prisonsProtesting French prison guards have pushed back against riot police and shouted
'Public transport is cool': new Adidas trainers double as Berlin transit passes

'Public transport is cool': new Adidas trainers double as Berlin transit passes

Hundreds queued for today’s release – with the €180 shoes doubling as €700+ transport tickets, it wasn’t just the usual sneakerheads Outside Overkill, a hip shoe store in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district,
Mosul six months after Isis was ousted – then and now

Mosul six months after Isis was ousted – then and now

Iraq forces defeated Isis in Mosul in July 2017 after months of intense urban battles that reduced the historic old city to ruins. Six months later, photographer Ahmad Al-Rubaye compared a number of
Pakistan frees anti-US cleric from prison on health grounds

Pakistan frees anti-US cleric from prison on health grounds

Release of 93-year-old Sufi Mohammad, a former chief of pro-Taliban group, could increase US-Pakistani tensionsA radical anti-US cleric imprisoned in Pakistan since 2009 has been released from jail on
EU leaders say UK can reverse Brexit decision if it wants to

EU leaders say UK can reverse Brexit decision if it wants to

Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker say door to EU remains open if Britain changes its mind on BrexitThe door remains open to the European Union if the UK wants to change its mind on Brexit, the most
Bristol investigates underground system to ease congestion

Bristol investigates underground system to ease congestion

Council says it could cost about £4bn to build three lines but critics dismiss idea as ‘pie in the sky’Bristol is investigating the possibility of building an underground system to ease the city’s
Britons in Netherlands take fight for their EU rights to Dutch court

Britons in Netherlands take fight for their EU rights to Dutch court

Lawyer says favourable ruling could lead to UK citizens keeping generous EU rights while EU citizens have meagre UK rightsA group of UK nationals living in the Netherlands are going to court to
Sucker punch: small town boxing in rural America is going mainstream - but who benefits?

Sucker punch: small town boxing in rural America is going mainstream - but who benefits?

Rough N Rowdy offers local hopefuls, most with limited skills and little training, the chance to win $1,000 and make a name for themselves in the boxing ring. The event is being broadcast by Barstool
Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanović shot dead outside party headquarters

Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanović shot dead outside party headquarters

Ivanović killed on day that Belgrade and Pristina started talks on normalising ties Oliver Ivanović, a prominent Kosovo Serb politician, has been gunned down outside his party headquarters on the day
'England seemed so close': refugee, 15, crushed to death by Calais lorry

'England seemed so close': refugee, 15, crushed to death by Calais lorry

Migrants are still travelling to the Channel port, enduring desperate living conditions and dying on the roads, trying to get to BritainA few hours before his death, Abdullah Dilsouz was playing
Human rights undermined in Hong Kong, says Ashdown

Human rights undermined in Hong Kong, says Ashdown

In report for NGO, former Lib Dem leader says rule of law, democracy and interference by Beijing are areas of concernFreedoms in Hong Kong have been increasingly eroded and human rights have been