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Questioning Israel’s behaviour is not antisemitic | Letters

Questioning Israel’s behaviour is not antisemitic | Letters

Readers respond to recent letters and articles from the Israeli ambassador Mark Regev, Karma Nabulsi, Giles Fraser, and a group of artists and activists who wrote about Donald Trump’s decision to
Putin-Trump call: leaders hail US-Russian efforts to foil Isis bomb plot

Putin-Trump call: leaders hail US-Russian efforts to foil Isis bomb plot

White House says Trump ‘appreciated’ conversation with Russian presidentSunday phone call followed separate call about the economy on ThursdayDonald Trump and Vladimir Putin spoke for the second time
Designer Stefano Gabbana says he is tired of being labelled as gay

Designer Stefano Gabbana says he is tired of being labelled as gay

Dolce & Gabbana co-founder says he is ‘simply a man’ and does not want to be defined by his sexual choices The Italian designer Stefano Gabbana, one half of the Dolce & Gabbana brand, has said
Clarence Thomas accuser Anita Hill to spearhead fight against harassment in Hollywood

Clarence Thomas accuser Anita Hill to spearhead fight against harassment in Hollywood

Commission to tackle ‘the culture of abuse and power disparity’ in HollywoodHill testified against supreme court judge during confirmation hearing in 1991Anita Hill, who sparked a nascent national
Trump says he is not planning to fire Mueller as Republican attacks increase

Trump says he is not planning to fire Mueller as Republican attacks increase

Congressmen and rightwing media ramp up claims of anti-Trump bias Opinion: What is the Republican playbook for the Mueller investigation?Donald Trump said on Sunday he was not planning to fire Robert
Sneak preview released of Prince Harry's interview with Barack Obama – video

Sneak preview released of Prince Harry's interview with Barack Obama – video

In a short teaser released by Kensington Palace on Sunday, Prince Harry is seen preparing to interview the former US president Barack Obama for a segment to be aired on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
Sebastián Piñera wins Chile's presidential election

Sebastián Piñera wins Chile's presidential election

Conservative former president takes 54.47% of the runoff vote to defeat centre-left opponent Alejandro Guillier, in a wider margin than expected Sebastián Piñera won Chile’s presidency on Sunday, with
British embassy worker found dead, believed strangled, in Beirut

British embassy worker found dead, believed strangled, in Beirut

Local police suggest Rebecca Dykes, whose body was reportedly found on the side of a motorway, was murderedA woman who worked at the UK embassy in Beirut has been found dead.The body of Rebecca Dykes
Pentagon admits running secret UFO investigation for five years

Pentagon admits running secret UFO investigation for five years

Task force that investigated sightings of unidentified flying objects ran from 2007 to 2012 with annual budget of $22mThe truth is finally out there, after the Pentagon admitted it ran a secret UFO
Power prices forecast to fall over next two years but AEMC warns they won't last

Power prices forecast to fall over next two years but AEMC warns they won't last

Entry of new renewable capacity will send bills lower but this is unlikely to last without the right energy policyPower prices in Australia rose almost 11% during 2017 but a new forecast says they
Arrest warrant for PNG prime minister Peter O'Neill thrown out of court

Arrest warrant for PNG prime minister Peter O'Neill thrown out of court

The warrant, which sought to have O’Neill questioned over corruption allegations, was defective, supreme court saysA long-standing arrest warrant for the prime minister of Papua New Guinea has been
Deadly suicide attack on Christian church in Pakistan – video report

Deadly suicide attack on Christian church in Pakistan – video report

At least nine people were killed and many more injured when two suicide bombers targeted a Christian church in the Pakistani city of Quetta. The Baluchistan police chief, who oversees the province
Geert Wilders calls for Trump-style Muslim travel ban in Europe

Geert Wilders calls for Trump-style Muslim travel ban in Europe

Dutch Freedom party leader tells far-right gathering in Prague Europe should also turn back migrant boats like AustraliaEuropean countries should adopt Donald Trump-style travel bans to counter a wave
Prince Harry interviews Barack Obama for Today programme guest slot

Prince Harry interviews Barack Obama for Today programme guest slot

Teaser released by Kensington Palace for show on 27 December shows prince and former president joking togetherIf you’re set to guest edit a nation’s flagship morning radio show, it probably helps to
Suicide bombers kill nine at Christian church in Pakistan

Suicide bombers kill nine at Christian church in Pakistan

More than 50 wounded after two attackers struck as hundreds of worshippers attended pre-Christmas services in QuettaTwo suicide bombers have attacked a church in the Pakistani city of Quetta, killing
Turkey hopes to open embassy in East Jerusalem, says Erdoğan

Turkey hopes to open embassy in East Jerusalem, says Erdoğan

Turkish president announces intention days after leading calls for area to be recognised as capital of a Palestinian state Turkey intends to open an embassy in East Jerusalem, President Recep Tayyip
Sister act: how a Philadelphia nun faced up to Wall Street

Sister act: how a Philadelphia nun faced up to Wall Street

Sister Nora Nash regularly meets with CEOs of big banks, arms makers, and tobacco giants, using her order’s position as a shareholder to fight for changeSister Nora Nash is on a mission.The challenge
Democrat Doug Jones: Trump shouldn't resign over sexual misconduct claims

Democrat Doug Jones: Trump shouldn't resign over sexual misconduct claims

Other Democrats have called on Trump to quit in light of allegations‘I think we need to move on and not get distracted by those issues’Doug Jones, the Democrat who won a shock victory in the Alabama
Battle to lead ANC and set South Africa's future course too close to call

Battle to lead ANC and set South Africa's future course too close to call

African National Congress begins voting between party’s deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa and Nkoszana Dlamini-ZumaThe battle to lead South Africa’s ruling party remains on a knife edge as almost 5,000
French sailor François Gabart makes fastest solo circumnavigation

French sailor François Gabart makes fastest solo circumnavigation

Journey around world took 42 days and 16 hours – six days faster than previous recordThe French sailor François Gabart has broken the record for sailing solo around the world, circumnavigating the