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Secret filming shows sick cows slaughtered for meat in Poland

Secret filming shows sick cows slaughtered for meat in Poland

Undercover film raises fears of serious health risks from major EU exporting countryUndercover footage that appears to show extremely sick cows being smuggled into a Polish slaughterhouse and sold on
Blow for May as Ireland stresses it will not yield on Brexit backstop

Blow for May as Ireland stresses it will not yield on Brexit backstop

Simon Coveney says situation is a result of UK red lines, as MPs prepare for key debateIreland has launched a last-minute effort to warn Theresa May off any attempt to unravel the backstop, two days
Fresh alert over Brazil dam collapse as relatives’ anguish intensifies

Fresh alert over Brazil dam collapse as relatives’ anguish intensifies

‘I am praying for a miracle,’ says cousin of missing mining company employeeFading hopes for survivors of a deadly dam collapse in Brazil were further dashed on Sunday when rescue efforts were
Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give: 'Books play a huge part in resistance'

Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give: 'Books play a huge part in resistance'

The author’s young adult novel became a publishing sensation and an acclaimed film. Here, she answers questions from readers and famous fans on activism, social media and coping with rejectionIn book
Polish far-right trial raises spectre of 'false flag' tactics

Polish far-right trial raises spectre of 'false flag' tactics

German journalist with links to Russia allegedly organised arson attack in Ukraine to stoke tensions, court toldThe plot allegedly involved three Polish extremists and a German journalist with ties to
Will the 35-day shutdown lead to privatizing government functions?

Will the 35-day shutdown lead to privatizing government functions?

For one ideological constituency, the government shutdown may hold the seeds to privatizing functions such as air traffic control and airport securityThe US government is open again. For now.For many
Novak Djokovic beats Rafael Nadal to win his seventh Australian Open title

Novak Djokovic beats Rafael Nadal to win his seventh Australian Open title

• Djokovic wins 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 • Serb has now won 15 career grand slam titlesNovak Djokovic has won the Australian Open for the seventh time in his career after outclassing Rafael Nadal 6-3, 6-2, 6-3
Search for Emiliano Sala resumes after crowdfunding effort

Search for Emiliano Sala resumes after crowdfunding effort

Two boats go out looking for Cardiff City footballer after £259,000 raised online A new search for the missing Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala has been launched after more than £250,000 was raised to
Sound of native languages in parliament to mark win for indigenous Canadians

Sound of native languages in parliament to mark win for indigenous Canadians

Speeches in indigenous languages will be translated simultaneously, but the wider picture is gloomyWhen the Canadian MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette stood in the House of Commons in June 2017 to deliver a
Tracey Thorn: ‘Not everything you do is cool’

Tracey Thorn: ‘Not everything you do is cool’

Everything But the Girl’s Tracey Thorn on performing, her parents and her second memoir, Another Planet • Read an extract from Another Planet: A Teenager in SuburbiaYou mined your teenage diaries a
Tax, tech and electric cars: why is Dyson going to Singapore?

Tax, tech and electric cars: why is Dyson going to Singapore?

Fiscal experts fear HQ relocation could be start of an exodus of companies from post-Brexit UKThe decision by technology giant Dyson to relocate its headquarters to Singapore could see the company
Sexing up Wales... TV show shines new light on old hills and dales

Sexing up Wales... TV show shines new light on old hills and dales

It may feel like a US high-school drama, but Netflix’s Sex Education was actually shot in our own Wye valley. We asked how locals feel about their newfound fameUnderneath the sign for Brown’s Village
Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal: Australian Open men's final – live!

Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal: Australian Open men's final – live!

Live updates from the Rod Laver ArenaOsaka seals back-to-back grand slamsEmail Jacob or tweet @JacobSteinberg 10.28am GMT Third set: Djokovic 6-2, 6-3, 3-2 Nadal* (*denotes server): Nadal holds to 15.
Ex-mercenary claims South African group tried to spread Aids

Ex-mercenary claims South African group tried to spread Aids

New documentary details unit’s disturbing obsession with HIVA South Africa-based mercenary group has been accused by one of its former members of trying to intentionally spread Aids in southern Africa
The coldest jobs in the world

The coldest jobs in the world

Antarctic scientists, avalanche specialists, Alaskan farmers and an industrial deep-freeze manager… Candice Pires talks to five people who have to endure extreme cold to do their jobMadi Rosevear, 27,
Britons don’t grasp the EU’s essential motivation – a quest for the quiet life | Jeremy Cliffe

Britons don’t grasp the EU’s essential motivation – a quest for the quiet life | Jeremy Cliffe

We must learn to understand that the union is all about protecting the safety and prosperity of its citizensWhat does the EU want? This simple question has foxed Brits throughout the Brexit talks. It
Guaidó is brave. But Venezuela’s elite will not be easily overthrown

Guaidó is brave. But Venezuela’s elite will not be easily overthrown

For all the young man’s popularity, the military are behind Maduro. Nothing will change unless they desert himVenezuela’s generals did not immediately announce where they stood when Juan Guaidó, a
Italy and France’s refugee dispute awakens a dark colonial legacy

Italy and France’s refugee dispute awakens a dark colonial legacy

As European elections near, Rome’s populists are advancing a pointed narrative that firmly blames the Elysée for migrationThe ornate, sculpted facade of Paris’s Palais de la Porte Dorée is a majestic
No pity for corrupt Maduro, who has broken his country. Now, democracy must have its day | Michael Reid

No pity for corrupt Maduro, who has broken his country. Now, democracy must have its day | Michael Reid

He is clinging to power. Only removing him will pull Venezuela back from the brinkVenezuela, Nicolás Maduro’s dwindling band of foreign supporters like to claim, is a theatre in a new cold war. Donald
Zimbabwe crackdown could last months, activists fear

Zimbabwe crackdown could last months, activists fear

Opposition figures are in hiding as arrests and beatings continue. But the anger at Mnangagwa’s regime persistsActivists and lawyers in Zimbabwe fear that the brutal crackdown by security forces will