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America pays for the wall: thieves mock Trump by stealing border razor wire

America pays for the wall: thieves mock Trump by stealing border razor wire

Fifteen people reportedly arrested for robbing concertina wire installed by US authorities and selling it to locals in TijuanaMexicans are building fences, and America has already paid for them.In
Woman entered 'Miss Hitler' contest in neo-Nazi recruitment bid, court told

Woman entered 'Miss Hitler' contest in neo-Nazi recruitment bid, court told

Alice Cutter, 22, allegedly won National Action competition under alias ‘Buchenwald Princess’A woman accused of membership of the banned neo-Nazi terror group National Action entered a “Miss Hitler”
Argentina: five-year-old boy rescued after 22 hours lost in desert

Argentina: five-year-old boy rescued after 22 hours lost in desert

Benjamín Sánchez lost sight of his mother while playing hide-and-seek on visit to El Salado, a semi-desert regionA five-year-old boy who was lost for 22 hours in an Argentinian mountain wilderness
Driver in Italy accused of setting fire to school bus carrying 51 children

Driver in Italy accused of setting fire to school bus carrying 51 children

Bus driver arrested in Milan after allegedly shouting: ‘Nobody gets off here alive’The driver of a school bus has been arrested in Milan after allegedly hijacking the vehicle with 51 children onboard
Mozambique rescue teams struggle to save thousands

Mozambique rescue teams struggle to save thousands

Workers appeal for more helicopters as flood waters keep rising after Cyclone Idai Rescue teams in Mozambique are struggling to reach the thousands of people stranded on roofs and in trees and
Fake pathologist who examined air crash victims faces jail

Fake pathologist who examined air crash victims faces jail

Man tells Dutch court he forged qualifications to work at firm specialising in disastersA fantasist who worked as a forensic pathologist examining air crash victims and guest lecturer at a police
Britain's arms export watchdog in danger of becoming toothless

Britain's arms export watchdog in danger of becoming toothless

As ministers and weapons manufacturers alike shun the body that oversees UK arms exports, its authority is at risk of being erodedAs Britain’s foreign secretary warns of “a shortening window of
PMQs verdict: stubborn or detached from reality, May just keeps going

PMQs verdict: stubborn or detached from reality, May just keeps going

PM U-turns on article 50 extension while Jeremy Corbyn fails to land a serious blowJeremy Corbyn started by saying Theresa May’s intransigence has brought parliament to a national crisis. He said he
Trump renews attack on McCain at Ohio tank plant visit: 'I never liked him much' – as it happened

Trump renews attack on McCain at Ohio tank plant visit: 'I never liked him much' – as it happened

The president returned to his criticism of John McCain Wednesday, while visiting Lima, Ohio. Follow the latest newsSign up for the US briefing to get a fresh perspective 12.05am GMT Here’s what’s
Google fined €1.49bn by EU for advertising violations

Google fined €1.49bn by EU for advertising violations

Tech company has been fined total of €8.24bn by EU commission over past two yearsGoogle has been fined €1.49bn (£1.28bn) by the European commission for abusing its monopoly in online advertising.The
Theresa May asks EU for Brexit delay until 30 June

Theresa May asks EU for Brexit delay until 30 June

Prime minister says longer delay would mean a failure to deliver on 2016 referendumFollow the latest political developments - live updatesTheresa May has written to the EU seeking a brief delay to
How Milosevic stripped Kosovo's autonomy - archive, 1989

How Milosevic stripped Kosovo's autonomy - archive, 1989

In March 1989, Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic instituted a new constitution, beginning his nationalistic campaign to create a ‘Greater Serbia’As part of the Yugoslav federation, the province of
Brexit: Theresa May says high time MPs vote for her deal – as it happened

Brexit: Theresa May says high time MPs vote for her deal – as it happened

Rolling updates on the day’s political events, including PM’s statement at Downing Street and Labour leader leaving meeting Full story: May asks EU for Brexit delay until 30 JuneKey points in May’s
US briefing: Bolsonaro, Cyclone Idai and a secret border database

US briefing: Bolsonaro, Cyclone Idai and a secret border database

Wednesday’s top story: Bolsonaro’s love-in with Trump divides Brazilians. Plus, why the Theranos story shows we must stop fetishizing entrepreneursSubscribe now to receive the morning briefing by
Home Office held 'illegal interview' with asylum seeker

Home Office held 'illegal interview' with asylum seeker

Woman attended immigration centre in Sheffield and was met by Zimbabwean officialsConcerns have been raised that the Home Office acted illegally when it invited Zimbabwean government officials to
Juncker raises prospect of emergency Brexit summit next week

Juncker raises prospect of emergency Brexit summit next week

European commission president says fresh meeting likely as May ‘doesn’t have agreement to anything’Follow the day’s political developments - live updatesJean-Claude Juncker has raised the prospect of
Italian authorities order seizure of migrant rescue ship

Italian authorities order seizure of migrant rescue ship

Volunteers rescued about 50 people off Libya on Tuesday in defiance of government orderItalian authorities have ordered the seizure of a charity rescue ship after it defied the government’s order not
Italy rattles US and EU with likely support for China's Belt and Road

Italy rattles US and EU with likely support for China's Belt and Road

Leaders set to endorse Italy’s role in ‘Silk Road’ trade network during Xi Jinping’s visit this weekItaly has signalled its determination to play a central role in China’s grand plan to build a Silk
Radovan Karadžić war crimes sentence increased to life in prison

Radovan Karadžić war crimes sentence increased to life in prison

Former Bosnian Serb leader given longer sentence over his role in bloody conflictRadovan Karadžić has been sentenced to life in prison at an appeal court in The Hague for his role in mass killings of
The last of Africa's big tusker elephants – in pictures

The last of Africa's big tusker elephants – in pictures

Like living relics from a bygone era, the last of Africa’s big tusker elephants roam in a vast, remote wilderness in Kenya. In partnership with the Tsavo Trust NGO and the Kenya Wildlife Service, Will