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Trump threatens to cut US aid to Palestinians

Trump threatens to cut US aid to Palestinians

President says US gets ‘no appreciation or respect’ from Palestinian Authority after it recognised Jerusalem as Israel’s capitalAnalysis: funding threat is even more dangerous than Jerusalem
Crohn's disease patient in fact had Heinz sauce sachet perforating intestine

Crohn's disease patient in fact had Heinz sauce sachet perforating intestine

After six years of failing to respond to standard treatment, woman underwent surgery which found cause of symptomsA woman thought she was suffering from a serious bowel disease for six years before
French woman accused of recruiting for Isis 'captured by Kurdish forces'

French woman accused of recruiting for Isis 'captured by Kurdish forces'

Emilie König, who appeared on UN and US blacklists, has been interrogated and tortured, according to her mother Emilie König, a Frenchwoman suspected of recruiting fighters for Islamic State who
America's UN ambassador dismisses proposed North-South Korea talks

America's UN ambassador dismisses proposed North-South Korea talks

Nikki Haley distances US from Seoul’s plan to hold cross-border talksHaley’s remarks in clear contrast to state department’s cautious stance The US envoy to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has
Peru: at least 46 dead after bus plunges off cliff on 'Devil's Curve' highway

Peru: at least 46 dead after bus plunges off cliff on 'Devil's Curve' highway

Bus carrying 57 passengers to Lima, many returning home from the New Year’s holiday, was struck by tractor on treacherous stretch of coastal highwayAt least 46 people have been killed when a bus fell
Morning mail: the facts behind Melbourne's youth crime alarm

Morning mail: the facts behind Melbourne's youth crime alarm

Wednesday: Politicians and the media have seized on African street ‘gang’ crime, despite police efforts to play it down. Plus: Pakistan bites back at TrumpGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy
Utah senator Orrin Hatch to retire – leaving door open for Mitt Romney

Utah senator Orrin Hatch to retire – leaving door open for Mitt Romney

Longest-serving Republican in US Senate, 83, to retire at end of 2018Romney, a Utah resident, has privately expressed interest in Hatch’s seatOrrin Hatch, the longest-serving Republican in the US
Israel to tell African migrants: leave or face indefinite imprisonment

Israel to tell African migrants: leave or face indefinite imprisonment

Rights groups condemn plan to return those who entered Israel illegally and who do not have a refugee application pendingIsrael is set to inform thousands of Africans who entered the country illegally
Palestinian 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi is the latest child victim of Israel’s occupation | Harriet Sherwood

Palestinian 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi is the latest child victim of Israel’s occupation | Harriet Sherwood

She is neither Joan of Arc nor a Palestinian puppet, but a symbol of a second traumatised generationA little over four years ago, I drove to the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh to spend a day with a
Finsbury Park death: man charged with murder of Iuliana Tudos

Finsbury Park death: man charged with murder of Iuliana Tudos

Kasim Lewis, of Friern Barnet, to appear at Wimbledon magistrates court on Wednesday over death of bar workerA 31-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a woman who was found dead in a north
Ex-footballer Trevor Sinclair loses BBC role after admitting racial abuse

Ex-footballer Trevor Sinclair loses BBC role after admitting racial abuse

Former England international sentenced to community service for racially abusing police officer after arrest for drink-drivingThe BBC has ditched the former England footballer Trevor Sinclair as a
Iran protests: how did they start and where are they heading?

Iran protests: how did they start and where are they heading?

The biggest unrest to strike the country in almost a decade began less than a week ago and has spread rapidlyA relatively small protest on 28 December, in Mashhad, Iran’s second largest city, began a
Don’t neglect Angolan mine clearance pledge | Letters

Don’t neglect Angolan mine clearance pledge | Letters

More countries should follow Britain’s example and honour funding pledges to clear minefields in Angola and elsewhere, writes Chris LoughranThe UK public has again demonstrated its support for the
Ryanair applies for UK licence as airline braces for hard Brexit

Ryanair applies for UK licence as airline braces for hard Brexit

Irish carrier seeks permit to ensure it will be able to continue operating domestic UK flights after March 2019Ryanair has applied for a British air operating licence to ensure its domestic UK routes
'Self-proclaimed Nazi' goes on trial over rallies in northern England

'Self-proclaimed Nazi' goes on trial over rallies in northern England

Defendant is charged with stirring up racial hatred at far-right demonstrations in Blackpool and North YorkshireAn alleged self-proclaimed Nazi has appeared in court charged with stirring up racial
'Worrying' clampdown on human rights: UN condemns Saudi Arabia

'Worrying' clampdown on human rights: UN condemns Saudi Arabia

Calls for release of dozens of prominent figures imprisoned in wave of recent arrests as UN and human rights groups speak out against crackdown on dissent Saudi Arabia faces new calls to release the
Is Melbourne in the grip of African crime gangs? The facts behind the lurid headlines

Is Melbourne in the grip of African crime gangs? The facts behind the lurid headlines

Sensational media reports about violent incidents have raised social and political tension, and put Victorian police in the spotlight. But the truth is inevitably more complicated Victoria is having a
Bankers work around the clock to iron out EU finance reforms

Bankers work around the clock to iron out EU finance reforms

New MiFID II rules seek to apply lessons from financial crisis and aim to force banks to report details of trillions of euros in transactionsBankers will work through the night to iron out last-minute
French prisons to have landline phones installed in cells

French prisons to have landline phones installed in cells

Justice ministry says ambitious move will reduce tensions and cut down on mobile phone trafficking behind barsFrance plans to install landline phones in prison cells in an ambitious attempt to improve
Former football coach charged with alleged sexual offences

Former football coach charged with alleged sexual offences

• 57-year-old is set to appear in court on Wednesday • He is facing a number of charges including indecent assault, police sayA former football coach has been charged with a string of alleged sexual