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More than 30 arrests at UK Hells Angels 50th anniversary event

More than 30 arrests at UK Hells Angels 50th anniversary event

Police use stop and search as bikers gather in Surrey and Sussex for three-day event More than 30 people were arrested on suspicion of drug offences and possession of offensive weapons as Hells Angels
Brexit too complicated for referendum, says Jared Diamond

Brexit too complicated for referendum, says Jared Diamond

Why did Britain not look to other countries for examples of best practice, asks expertBrexit was too complex to be decided by referendum and should have been left in the hands of elected
Westminster Abbey stops Ethiopian priests visiting holy tablet

Westminster Abbey stops Ethiopian priests visiting holy tablet

Abbey accused of cultural insensitivity over artefact looted in 1868At the back of an altar in Westminster Abbey is a looted tablet deemed so holy by Ethiopian Christians that only priests from the
UK border authorities respond to 13 boat crossings in one day

UK border authorities respond to 13 boat crossings in one day

Activists say more help should be given to avoid dangerous crossings in small boatsUK border police have been responding to a number of boats carrying migrants across the Channel.Authorities assisted
Scores injured after blast at Russian explosives factory

Scores injured after blast at Russian explosives factory

At least 79 injured by explosion in Dzerzhinsk, with 15 hospitalised At least 79 people have been injured in an explosion in a plant in Russia.The blast took place on Saturday at the Kristall
Austerity to blame for 130,000 ‘preventable’ UK deaths – report

Austerity to blame for 130,000 ‘preventable’ UK deaths – report

Two decades of public health improvements have stalled, says IPPR thinktankMore than 130,000 deaths in the UK since 2012 could have been prevented if improvements in public health policy had not
Trump is no friend to Britain: time to give him and his foreign policy the heave-ho

Trump is no friend to Britain: time to give him and his foreign policy the heave-ho

The US’s disruptive America First approach is not one Britain can support any longerAs usual, Mike Pompeo was brutally frank. Speaking in London last month, the US secretary of state warned that
Moi aussi? Conflicted France at last tackles sexual harassment

Moi aussi? Conflicted France at last tackles sexual harassment

Thousands contact pioneering ‘chat’ project set up by police to help victims of abuseOn the third floor of a modern police station west of Paris, an alert sounds and one of four officers – three women
How anger over taxes and conscription is widening split among Israel’s Jews

How anger over taxes and conscription is widening split among Israel’s Jews

After a row over military service ended Netanyahu’s efforts to form a government, Israelis speak of the resentments behind the crisisIt’s Thursday night at the Mahane Yehuda market in west Jerusalem,
How Israel’s ‘kingmaker’ could be the man to end Bibi’s reign | Donald Macintyre

How Israel’s ‘kingmaker’ could be the man to end Bibi’s reign | Donald Macintyre

Avigdor Lieberman was Netanyahu’s loyal lieutenant – but now he has left the PM exposed to the electorate and the courtsIsraeli politics is in meltdown as the country heads towards its second election
Police investigate rape of man in Maidenhead

Police investigate rape of man in Maidenhead

Appeal for information after man found in distressed state in Berkshire park Police have appealed for information after a man was raped in a park near the centre of Maidenhead, in Berkshire.A member
Four British climbers among group of eight missing in Himalayas

Four British climbers among group of eight missing in Himalayas

Indian search team sent to find climbers, including Americans and Australian, on Nanda Devi amid signs of avalanche Rescuers are searching for four people from Britain, two from the US, an Australian
Virginia Beach shooting: 12 victims and gunman named after 'horrific crime'

Virginia Beach shooting: 12 victims and gunman named after 'horrific crime'

Eleven killed were city staff members, one was contractorPolice say additional weapons found at suspect’s homeAmerica was reeling on Saturday after 12 people were shot dead at a government building in
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez serves pizza in solidarity with tipped workers - video

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez serves pizza in solidarity with tipped workers - video

The New York congresswoman serves food and mixes drinks in a restaurant as part of an effort to promote increased wages for tipped staff. Ocasio-Cortez told cheering workers the federal tipped minimum
Fire at migrant centre in Bosnia-Herzegovina injures 32 people

Fire at migrant centre in Bosnia-Herzegovina injures 32 people

Police said the fire is likely to have been caused accidentallyThirty-two people were injured in a fire that broke out at a migrant centre in Velika Kladuša in north-western Bosnia-Herzegovina, police
Seriously, Meryl Streep? 'Toxic masculinity' doesn't hurt men – it kills them | Arwa Mahdawi

Seriously, Meryl Streep? 'Toxic masculinity' doesn't hurt men – it kills them | Arwa Mahdawi

In America, men are 3.5 times more likely to die from suicide than women, and many experts say it’s because they’re told not to express emotionsSign up for the Week in Patriarchy, a newsletter​ on
Mount Etna lights up Sicily's night sky with eruption – video

Mount Etna lights up Sicily's night sky with eruption – video

Mount Etna, Europe's tallest and most active volcano, erupted on Friday, spewing lava and volcanic ash into the sky above Catania. The overnight eruptions led to rivers of lava streaming down the
José Antonio Reyes, former Arsenal and Spain player, dies in car accident aged 35

José Antonio Reyes, former Arsenal and Spain player, dies in car accident aged 35

Forward’s former club Sevilla confirm death of ‘beloved star’Thierry Henry and Sergio Ramos among those to pay tributeArsenal and the wider world of European football paid emotional tribute to José
Ocasio-Cortez: $2.13 tipped minimum wage is 'indentured servitude'

Ocasio-Cortez: $2.13 tipped minimum wage is 'indentured servitude'

The New York congresswoman returned to a restaurant in Queens on Friday, seeking to highlight the plight of workers she knowsAs she returned to New York to waitress and bartend for the first time
Roky Erickson, US psychedelic rock star, dies aged 71

Roky Erickson, US psychedelic rock star, dies aged 71

Frontman of the 13th Floor Elevators described as ‘heroic icon of modern rock’n’ roll’Roky Erickson, one of the most enduring and adventurous exponents of American psychedelic rock, has died at the