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UK hopes to end long legal dispute with Iran over 1976 arms deal

UK hopes to end long legal dispute with Iran over 1976 arms deal

Government says Boris Johnson’s expected settlement of Chieftain tanks row is not related to talks over release of Nazanin Zaghari-RatcliffeThe UK hopes to finally end a near four-decade legal dispute
Brook House asylum seekers in legal fight over lock-in procedures

Brook House asylum seekers in legal fight over lock-in procedures

Five men calling for overhaul of unsanitary toilets and being locked in cells for 13 hours a day at removal centre near GatwickFive asylum seekers are launching a legal challenge this week which could
Where is Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe?

Where is Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe?

Reports suggesting president’s wife has fled to Namibia, Dubai or Malaysia cannot be verified; it is more likely she is still in HarareThe whereabouts of Grace Mugabe, whose political ambitions
British jihadi listed as sniper in leaked Isis records, court told

British jihadi listed as sniper in leaked Isis records, court told

Mohammed Abdallah, 26, allegedly travelled to Syria, sourced an assault rifle and signed up with Islamic StateA British jihadi was listed as a specialist sniper in official Islamic State records
Leaked EU paper dents May's hopes for bespoke Brexit trade deal

Leaked EU paper dents May's hopes for bespoke Brexit trade deal

PM may want ‘deep and special’ relationship, but paper says UK will have to make do with ‘standard FTA’ like Canada’sTheresa May’s hopes of negotiating a “deep and special” trading relationship with
Benedict Allen's plight is 'horribly familiar', says Papua explorer

Benedict Allen's plight is 'horribly familiar', says Papua explorer

Will Millard was feared dead five years ago when he went missing on island where Allen is now awaiting rescueAn explorer who was feared dead when he went missing for weeks in the Papua rainforest five
Drake threatens fan after spotting him groping women

Drake threatens fan after spotting him groping women

Rapper stopped a performance in Sydney after seeing an audience member “touching girls” Drake stopped a performance in Sydney on Wednesday to tell an audience member to stop groping women in the
US TV coverage of Las Vegas attack ignored gun violence solutions, report finds

US TV coverage of Las Vegas attack ignored gun violence solutions, report finds

Few segments in the first five days discussed gun policy, analysis shows ‘The gun debate never really happened,’ says Media Matters for AmericaDespite intense television news coverage of mass
Joseph Stiglitz: 'Trump has fascist tendencies'

Joseph Stiglitz: 'Trump has fascist tendencies'

The Nobel prize-winning economist on the threat from the US president, fairer globalisation – and whether Bernie Sanders would have wonHarry Truman once demanded to be given one-handed economists
US to allow imports of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe

US to allow imports of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe

Campaigners fear move by Trump administration will damage global efforts to end the ivory trade Donald Trump’s administration plans to allow imports of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe into the US – a
Zimbabwe army chief's trip to China last week raises questions on coup

Zimbabwe army chief's trip to China last week raises questions on coup

General met Chinese military leaders and defence minister in Beijing on eve of move against Robert MugabeWhen one of the architects of Zimbabwe’s low-key coup landed in Beijing last week he was met by
Uganda brought to its knees as doctors' strike paralyses health service

Uganda brought to its knees as doctors' strike paralyses health service

Government failure to address low pay and lack of medical supplies drives staff to walk out, as patients’ groups warn that lives of most vulnerable are at risk Public health services across Uganda
Saudis must lift Yemen blockade or ‘untold’ thousands will die, UN agencies warn

Saudis must lift Yemen blockade or ‘untold’ thousands will die, UN agencies warn

Warning that cost of blocking aid is ‘being measured in lives’ follows UK call for accessUntold thousands of innocent people will die in Yemen unless the Saudi-led military coalition unconditionally
Teenage Nigerian girls drowned at sea, Italian autopsies confirm

Teenage Nigerian girls drowned at sea, Italian autopsies confirm

Bodies of 26 migrants aged 14-18, which were recovered from Mediterranean this month, showed no signs of abuseAutopsies on the bodies of 26 Nigerian teenage girls recovered from the Mediterranean this
Refugee family 'overwhelmed' by support after St Helens firebombing

Refugee family 'overwhelmed' by support after St Helens firebombing

Merseyside town’s council promises family of five from Syria new home by end of day after their previous one was set alightA Syrian refugee family whose home in Merseyside was firebombed in the middle
Congo crisis on a par with Iraq, Syria and Yemen – and getting worse by the day

Congo crisis on a par with Iraq, Syria and Yemen – and getting worse by the day

UN warns that conflict, cholera and internal tumult have forced 4 million people and counting from their homes, with aid increasingly hard to deliverViolence and ethnic and political unrest in the
Are you worried about the Irish border post-Brexit? Share your thoughts

Are you worried about the Irish border post-Brexit? Share your thoughts

As UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson prepares to meet his Irish equivalent, we want your views on the question of a hard or ‘frictionless’ border as Brexit negotiations continue British foreign
Could Brexit discord lead to the rise of a British Macron? | Adam Plowright

Could Brexit discord lead to the rise of a British Macron? | Adam Plowright

The French president seemingly appeared from nowhere last year. His rise offers lessons to anybody looking to emulate his successOn 7 April 2016, Emmanuel Macron took to the stage in front of a few
Pundits defending Roy Moore: do you really want to go down with this ship?

Pundits defending Roy Moore: do you really want to go down with this ship?

As allegations of child abuse against the Alabama Senate candidate divide the right wing, it’s unclear whether those tolerating the accusations will pay a priceThe allegations of child abuse against
'Death of democracy' in Cambodia as court dissolves opposition

'Death of democracy' in Cambodia as court dissolves opposition

Prime minister Hun Sen, who has already cracked down on free press, will now run virtually uncontested in 2018 electionCambodia’s top court has ruled to dissolve the country’s main opposition party,