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Iran's foreign minister says public are losing faith in nuclear deal

Iran's foreign minister says public are losing faith in nuclear deal

Javad Zarif urges EU to defend agreement and accuses Israel of seeking war with IranThe Iranian public are on the brink of abandoning faith in the nuclear deal signed with Europe and other world
Cooking Sunday roast causes indoor pollution ‘worse than Delhi’

Cooking Sunday roast causes indoor pollution ‘worse than Delhi’

Scientists say roast meal can make household air dirtier than in sixth most polluted city Cooking a Sunday roast can drive indoor air pollution far above the levels found in the most polluted cities
Trump ally Graham will subpoena McCabe and Rosenstein over 'coup'

Trump ally Graham will subpoena McCabe and Rosenstein over 'coup'

Senate judiciary chair furious over 25th amendment claimsThe Threat: McCabe FBI memoir aims at ‘mob boss’ TrumpTrump ally Lindsey Graham has promised a Senate investigation into claims senior justice
'If she was pro-life I'd vote for her': Kirsten Gillibrand hits New Hampshire

'If she was pro-life I'd vote for her': Kirsten Gillibrand hits New Hampshire

The senator is running for president as a mother, a feminist and an experienced politician capable of reaching across the aisleWhen Kirsten Gillibrand tells people she’s running for president, she
Brexit: May risks fresh confrontation with ERG over backstop

Brexit: May risks fresh confrontation with ERG over backstop

Eurosceptics react angrily to culture secretary’s suggestion backstop may not be removed Theresa May is facing a fresh showdown with Eurosceptic Conservative MPs after a cabinet minister suggested she
India enacts reprisals against Pakistan after Kashmir bombing

India enacts reprisals against Pakistan after Kashmir bombing

Government places tariff on imports while revenge attacks against Kashmiris have been reportedIndia has announced reprisals against Pakistan for a suicide bombing that killed at least 40
Marlon James: ‘You have to risk going too far’

Marlon James: ‘You have to risk going too far’

In 2015, James became the first Jamaican writer to win the Man Booker. His new novel is a hotly anticipated African fantasy epic and here he talks about loving the X-Men, coming out and writing about
Isis Briton Shamima Begum pleads to return to UK after giving birth

Isis Briton Shamima Begum pleads to return to UK after giving birth

Nineteen-year-old who fled UK in 2015 asks for sympathy day after her son’s birthA teenager who travelled to Syria to join Islamic State has called on people in the UK to have sympathy for her, the
Climate protesters disrupt London fashion week by blocking roads

Climate protesters disrupt London fashion week by blocking roads

Extinction Rebellion calls for British Fashion Council to declare climate emergencyProtesters from the environmental action group Extinction Rebellion have disrupted London fashion week in an attempt
Third of Britons believe Islam threatens British way of life, says report

Third of Britons believe Islam threatens British way of life, says report

Anti-Muslim prejudice replacing immigration as key driver of far-right growthMore than a third of people in the UK think Islam is a threat to the British way of life, according to a report by the
Florida's farmers plot new course after Hurricane Michael's deadly tear

Florida's farmers plot new course after Hurricane Michael's deadly tear

Storm’s assault through Panhandle has left growers moving away from traditional farming towards alternatives like hemp and hopsHurricane Michael’s deadly tear through Florida’s Panhandle four months
Trump is right, UK must take back Isis fighters – ex-British army chief

Trump is right, UK must take back Isis fighters – ex-British army chief

Gen Lord Dannatt says British Isis fighters in Syria should face justice back homeA former head of the British army has said Donald Trump is right to say British Islamic State fighters held in Syria
'No blacks' graffiti on 10-year-old's Salford home condemned

'No blacks' graffiti on 10-year-old's Salford home condemned

Boy left traumatised after racist message daubed on front door days after moving inPoliticians, police and members of the public have condemned “horrific” racist graffiti targeting the home of a
Massive Attack: ‘I have total faith in the next generation’

Massive Attack: ‘I have total faith in the next generation’

Twenty-one years since the release of Mezzanine, their most successful album, Massive Attack are taking it on tour – with films. The band and their visuals director, Adam Curtis, tell us whyRobert del
'We won't be trampled on': striking Mexican workers vow to fight the fight

'We won't be trampled on': striking Mexican workers vow to fight the fight

Strikes close or slow production at dozens of assembly plants and factories as workers demand better salariesDespite the winter chill in the air, the mood on the picket line outside the Matamoros
Families threaten to boycott IRA Birmingham pub bombs inquest

Families threaten to boycott IRA Birmingham pub bombs inquest

Crisis talks to be held after legal aid is cut and key British intelligence files go missingBereaved families and lawyers are threatening to boycott the long-awaited inquests into the 1974 IRA
El Chapo and the men who live by rules shaped by the blood of feuds

El Chapo and the men who live by rules shaped by the blood of feuds

The creator of the series Gomorrah explores our unending fascination with the crimes and codes of organised gangsSince I started writing movies and television series on organised crime, the question
Sharp rise in methane levels threatens world climate targets

Sharp rise in methane levels threatens world climate targets

Experts warn that failure to act risks spike in global temperaturesDramatic rises in atmospheric methane are threatening to derail plans to hold global temperature rises to 2C, scientists have
Warsaw-Jerusalem tensions rise over ‘Nazi link’ claims

Warsaw-Jerusalem tensions rise over ‘Nazi link’ claims

Benjamin Netanyahu’s comments cause anger in Poland ahead of summitIsraeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s attempts to build friendly relations with central European nations are being tested, on
The Catholic church is still making excuses for paedophilia | Peter Stanford

The Catholic church is still making excuses for paedophilia | Peter Stanford

Cardinals around the world are joining the pope at a forum on tackling abuse. But only radical reform can solve the crisisWhen the first meeting in the Vatican of cardinals from around the world to