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Staples Corner fire: London paint factory blaze sends fireballs into air

Staples Corner fire: London paint factory blaze sends fireballs into air

Witness reports ‘huge mountain of fire’ at Staples Corner factory sending thick smoke across the capitalA “significant fire” at a paint factory has sent smoke billowing across London with witnesses
James Damore sues Google, alleging intolerance of white male conservatives

James Damore sues Google, alleging intolerance of white male conservatives

Class-action lawsuit led by fired engineer includes 100 pages of internal documents and claims conservatives are ‘ostracized, belittled, and punished’Google is facing renewed controversy over its
Mueller investigators interested in interview with Donald Trump

Mueller investigators interested in interview with Donald Trump

No details in place yet over move that would take inquiry to seat of powerTrump lawyers decline to comment but president has denied Russia collusionSpecial counsel Robert Mueller’s team of
Fraternity banned from Pennsylvania for 10 years over role in hazing death

Fraternity banned from Pennsylvania for 10 years over role in hazing death

Pi Delta Psi fined more than $100,000 over death of Chun ‘Michael’ DengFour frat members sentenced for role in 2013 hazing ritualA national fraternity was banned from Pennsylvania for 10 years and
Gas-sniffing pill that transmits from the gut passes first human trials

Gas-sniffing pill that transmits from the gut passes first human trials

Scientists from Australia’s RMIT University reveal promising results from human trials of swallowable capsule that transmits data to a mobile phoneAn electronic gas-detecting pill could help in
Turkish Cyprus set for coalition after rightwing party fails to get majority

Turkish Cyprus set for coalition after rightwing party fails to get majority

Voters in parliamentary election showed their dissatisfaction with UBP party, seen as corrupt and too subservient to TurkeyEfforts are set to begin on forming a coalition government in
No apology for Fire and Fury, says Trump book publisher's lawyer

No apology for Fire and Fury, says Trump book publisher's lawyer

Michael Wolff’s portrait of Trump’s White House is ‘an accurate report’Attorney’s response says cease-and-desist letter failed to cite specific errorsAn attorney for the publisher of Michael Wolff’s
Stunning victory for Bundy family as all charges dismissed in 2014 standoff case

Stunning victory for Bundy family as all charges dismissed in 2014 standoff case

Cliven Bundy and sons cleared in case of 2014 armed standoff, a major defeat for the federal government that critics fear will empower far-right militia groupsA judge has dismissed conspiracy charges
French town bans pork-free school meals in move branded 'anti-Muslim'

French town bans pork-free school meals in move branded 'anti-Muslim'

Decision by far-right local authority in southern France, affecting about 150 mainly Muslim pupils, has been called ‘an attack on the rights of children’A far-right local authority in southern France
Former hostage Joshua Boyle remains in jail after Ottawa court appearance

Former hostage Joshua Boyle remains in jail after Ottawa court appearance

Bail hearing set for 15 January on 15 charges including sexual assaultCanadian and his American wife spent five years in captivity in Afghanistan A Canadian man held captive for years in Afghanistan
$306bn in one year: US bill for natural disasters smashes record

$306bn in one year: US bill for natural disasters smashes record

Major hurricanes, wildfires, drought and tornadoes have led to highest ever damage costs, as expert says extremes have ‘climate change fingerprints on them’ With three strong hurricanes, wildfires,
New Jersey officials say they'll lift ban on book The New Jim Crow in prisons

New Jersey officials say they'll lift ban on book The New Jim Crow in prisons

Best-selling book on mass incarceration and racial discrimination to be available to inmates after ACLU questioned why at least two prisons withheld the bookNew Jersey corrections officials say a
Netanyahu son bragged about gas deal outside strip club, tape reveals

Netanyahu son bragged about gas deal outside strip club, tape reveals

While on tour of clubs with minder in tow, Yair Netanyahu is heard telling friend: ‘My dad made an awesome deal for your dad’ Lawyers for Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanayhu, tried to stop the
Morning mail: Jared Kushner's business deals face more scrutiny

Morning mail: Jared Kushner's business deals face more scrutiny

Tuesday: US financial regulator examines investment-for-visa program run by family of president’s son-in-law. Plus: rising temperatures turn green sea turtles femaleGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge
The Guardian view on BBC pay: Carrie Gracie tells the story | Editorial

The Guardian view on BBC pay: Carrie Gracie tells the story | Editorial

The former China editor has struck a blow for women everywhere by her brave stand for pay transparency and equality. She is a hero for our timesCarrie Gracie’s open letter appealing for equal pay has
Self-proclaimed Nazi found guilty of stirring antisemitism in UK

Self-proclaimed Nazi found guilty of stirring antisemitism in UK

Man, 22, convicted at Preston crown court after speeches at two far-right eventsA self-proclaimed Nazi who claimed Britain took the wrong side in the second world war has been convicted of stirring
US says 200,000 people from El Salvador must leave within 18 months

US says 200,000 people from El Salvador must leave within 18 months

Trump administration names fourth country in four months to lose protection under TPS program, which since 1990 has provided deportation reliefNearly 200,000 people from El Salvador must leave the US
High school student killed in protests as price of bread doubles in Sudan

High school student killed in protests as price of bread doubles in Sudan

At least five others injured as demonstrations spread across the country against price hikes caused by government austerity measuresProtests over rising bread prices broke out across Sudan on Sunday,
Inquest hears woman died of diet pill overdose in 'overwhelmed' A&E

Inquest hears woman died of diet pill overdose in 'overwhelmed' A&E

Bethany Shipsey, 21, died at Worcestershire Royal hospital in February last year as staff struggled to deliver care in crowded wardA woman who had taken an overdose of diet pills died after being
Juncker calls on EU countries to make up Brexit hole in its budget

Juncker calls on EU countries to make up Brexit hole in its budget

EU commission president dismisses idea UK has changed its mind on leaving as he urges members to plug €13bn-a-year gapJean-Claude Juncker has dismissed the idea that the UK has changed its mind on