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Saudi Arabia to notify women of divorce by text message

Saudi Arabia to notify women of divorce by text message

New law aims to stop men from ending marriages without telling their wivesSaudi courts will notify women by text message when they get divorced, in a new regulation that took effect on Sunday,
Labour could offer second EU referendum, says Barry Gardiner

Labour could offer second EU referendum, says Barry Gardiner

Party could campaign on promise to negotiate better Brexit deal than May, says shadow ministerLabour could offer to hold a referendum on an EU deal that it had renegotiated as part of an early general
Northern Territory refusing one in four FOI requests – seven times Victoria's rate

Northern Territory refusing one in four FOI requests – seven times Victoria's rate

NT’s refusal rate above 20% for four years running, which experts attribute to deeper problemsThe Northern Territory government is refusing one in four freedom-of-information requests – a rate seven
Trump says he may declare national emergency over US-Mexico border wall – video

Trump says he may declare national emergency over US-Mexico border wall – video

Donald Trump has threatened a national emergency in the 'next few days' to allow him to build a wall on the US-Mexico border. By doing this, he could unlock money from other sources, thereby avoiding
US confirms death of Jamal al-Badawi, al-Qaida militant in USS Cole bombing

US confirms death of Jamal al-Badawi, al-Qaida militant in USS Cole bombing

Seventeen sailors died in 2000 suicide attack in Yemen harbourTrump: ‘We have just killed the leader of that attack’Donald Trump said on Sunday the US military has killed Jamal al-Badawi, an al-Qaida
Poland shuts 13 escape rooms after five teenagers killed in fire

Poland shuts 13 escape rooms after five teenagers killed in fire

Prime minister urges people to report safety lapses at entertainment venuesPolish officials have shut down 13 escape room entertainment venues for safety flaws, and the prime minister asked people to
Two men released after fatal police shooting in Coventry

Two men released after fatal police shooting in Coventry

Sean Edwards, 31, killed in raid during which two 26-year-olds arrested on cannabis chargesTwo men arrested on suspicion of charges related to growing cannabis have been released following an
Birmingham wall collapse: widows of five men crushed to death feel 'abandoned'

Birmingham wall collapse: widows of five men crushed to death feel 'abandoned'

Families ‘still waiting for justice’ after inquest into 2016 crush recorded verdicts of accidental deathThe widows of five men crushed to death at a scrap metal plant have said they feel “abandoned
Robert De Niro: ‘Trump is a real racist, a white supremacist’

Robert De Niro: ‘Trump is a real racist, a white supremacist’

The notoriously reticent star has become one of the most vocal critics of Donald Trump. He talks about how the man in the White House makes mobsters look bad, the damage being done to America – and
Man arrested over murder of woman at house in east London

Man arrested over murder of woman at house in east London

Police called to address in Isle of Dogs where woman believed to be in her 30s was found deadA 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman at a home in east London.Police were
Jazmine Barnes shooting: man charged with murder in seven-year-old's death

Jazmine Barnes shooting: man charged with murder in seven-year-old's death

Eric Black Jr was taken into custody and has admitted to the shooting, the Harris county sheriff’s office saidA 20-year-old man has been charged with capital murder in the death of Jazmine Barnes, the
Trump threatens national emergency in 'next few days' over wall and shutdown

Trump threatens national emergency in 'next few days' over wall and shutdown

President heads for Camp David as talks drag on in WashingtonStar-spangled shutdown: how nationalism warped US politicsDonald Trump said on Sunday he may declare a national emergency over immigration,
Sultan Muhammad V steps down as Malaysia's king

Sultan Muhammad V steps down as Malaysia's king

Palace statement announces head of state’s abdication ending weeks of speculationMalaysia’s king has abdicated, royal officials have said, ending weeks of speculation about his future.The announcement
Super-rich sabbatical: the boom in luxury long breaks for the 1%

Super-rich sabbatical: the boom in luxury long breaks for the 1%

From shark swims to snow leopard treks, a tailored trip of up to a year is now a must-haveThe super-rich are going on sabbatical. It turns out having bucket-loads of money can be stressful, leading
Surrey train stabbing: police get 12 more hours to question suspect

Surrey train stabbing: police get 12 more hours to question suspect

A 35-year-old man was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of the murder of Lee Pomeroy on Guildford to London serviceDetectives have been given another 12 hours to question a man arrested over the fatal
DRC officials postpone presidential election results

DRC officials postpone presidential election results

Delay in announcement is expected to increase tensions after government cut internet accessThe Democratic Republic of Congo’s top electoral official has said the announcement of the results of the
Brexit: May says vote on deal will go ahead as speculation mounts of delay

Brexit: May says vote on deal will go ahead as speculation mounts of delay

PM says parliament may get more say on EU ties but warns critics risk harming democracyTheresa May has insisted she will go ahead with a crucial vote on her Brexit deal amid growing speculation that
Brain scans show social exclusion creates jihadists, say researchers

Brain scans show social exclusion creates jihadists, say researchers

International studies of young Muslim men show that radicalisation follows a sense of isolation from societyFor years western policymakers have tried to establish what causes individuals to be
The money, job, marriage myth: are you happy yet?

The money, job, marriage myth: are you happy yet?

The ‘success’ narrative is at the heart of our idea of wellbeing, but the evidence tells a different tale, argues behavioural scientist Paul Dolan in this extract from his new bookThere are countless
The death of Venice? City’s battles with tourism and flooding reach crisis level

The death of Venice? City’s battles with tourism and flooding reach crisis level

A tax on daytrippers has hit the headlines, but La Serenissima’s mounting problems also include rising waters, angry locals and a potential black mark from UnescoWhy Italy regrets its Faustian pact