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Emiliano Sala: UK military to hunt for missing plane

Emiliano Sala: UK military to hunt for missing plane

Underwater search follows discovery of cushions thought to be from footballer’s aircraft British military investigators are to carry out an underwater search for the plane that vanished with the
Polar vortex 2019: eight dead as Arctic air spreads across midwest

Polar vortex 2019: eight dead as Arctic air spreads across midwest

Thousands of flights canceled, schools close, and post office halts deliveries as Chicago lows approach record What is the polar vortex?Frozen Arctic winds brought record-low temperatures across much
Croydon 'zombie knife' attacker jailed for three and a half years

Croydon 'zombie knife' attacker jailed for three and a half years

Court of appeal rules Joshua Gardner’s initial suspended sentence was ‘unduly lenient’A teenager who attacked a car with a “zombie knife” in broad daylight has been jailed for three and a half years
Theresa May: MPs' vote not enough to kill threat of no-deal Brexit

Theresa May: MPs' vote not enough to kill threat of no-deal Brexit

PM tells Commons it must also back a deal and accuses Corbyn of risking UK crashing outFollow all the latest Brexit news with our live blogTheresa May has told MPs that their vote against a no-deal
Yemen ceasefire looks dire but is holding, says UN envoy

Yemen ceasefire looks dire but is holding, says UN envoy

Martin Griffiths says Saudi Arabia remains intent on reaching deal to end civil warYemen’s fragile ceasefire is holding and Saudi Arabia remains intent on reaching a negotiated end to the
Woah, Canada! 25 years of Cirque Éloize – in pictures

Woah, Canada! 25 years of Cirque Éloize – in pictures

The acclaimed Montreal troupe are on tour to celebrate a quarter-century of astonishing shows, performed for more than three million people around the world. See how their motley crew of acrobats,
Ireland's nurses and midwives begin first day of strikes over pay

Ireland's nurses and midwives begin first day of strikes over pay

PM rejects demands, saying money needed to mitigate the effects of a no-deal Brexit Tens of thousands of nurses and midwives have gone on strike in Ireland for better pay and conditions but the
Trump pushes back against US spy chiefs over North Korea and Isis

Trump pushes back against US spy chiefs over North Korea and Isis

Top intelligence officials offered threat assessments to Congress that contrasted sharply with Trump’s own viewsDonald Trump has pushed back against the nation’s top intelligence officials after they
Zimbabwean police files implicate army in widespread abuses

Zimbabwean police files implicate army in widespread abuses

Exclusive: documents seen by Guardian suggest soldiers have been responsible for murder and rape during crackdownInternal Zimbabwean police documents passed to the Guardian suggest the army has been
Corbyn says May will raise Labour concerns over Brexit backstop with EU – Politics live

Corbyn says May will raise Labour concerns over Brexit backstop with EU – Politics live

As Theresa May girds herself for renewed talks with the EU about changing the Irish backstop, follow all the news and reaction with our live blog May says MPs’ vote not enough to kill threat of
Demolition of Bristol eyesore makes way for university campus

Demolition of Bristol eyesore makes way for university campus

Temple Quarter’s rich past includes housing squatters, Royal Mail, a factory and cattle marketDemolition work is under way at Bristol’s most famous eyesore, bringing an end to a sprawling, derelict
Djibouti: scores feared dead after two migrant boats overturn

Djibouti: scores feared dead after two migrant boats overturn

Coastguard warns death toll will rise, as UN reveals six migrants die at sea each dayScores of people are feared to have drowned off the coast of Djibouti after two migrant boats capsized, amid new
Venezuela: Jeremy Hunt to call for EU sanctions on key Maduro figures

Venezuela: Jeremy Hunt to call for EU sanctions on key Maduro figures

Maduro presidential rival Juan Guaidó claims he has held secret meetings with military, which hold key to powerBritain’s foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, is expected to urge EU nations to impose
Gwyneth Paltrow sued over collision on ski slopes

Gwyneth Paltrow sued over collision on ski slopes

Actor says $3.1m lawsuit filed in Utah alleging she injured another skier in a 2016 crash is ‘without merit’Actor Gwyneth Paltrow has been accused in a lawsuit of breaking a man’s ribs and leaving him
Federal shutdown's legacy may be brain drain to private sector

Federal shutdown's legacy may be brain drain to private sector

Government employees – especially in science, research and technology – could find higher pay and more stabilityThe longest government shutdown in US history has come to an end, but experts fear its
New York state security: Manhattan's KGB Spy Museum – in pictures

New York state security: Manhattan's KGB Spy Museum – in pictures

A museum in New York claims to be the only collection focusing on the KGB’s espionage operations in the world. The newly opened exhibition hall, housed in a former warehouse on 14th Street, is home to
Jeremy Corbyn to meet Theresa May for Brexit talks

Jeremy Corbyn to meet Theresa May for Brexit talks

Labour leader to argue for customs union, single-market ties and workers’ rightsToday’s political developments - live updates Jeremy Corbyn is expected to meet Theresa May to discuss Brexit, with 58
Polar vortex: -46C temperatures as Chicago River turns to ice – video report

Polar vortex: -46C temperatures as Chicago River turns to ice – video report

A blast of Arctic air from the polar vortex has meant temperatures (with wind chill) are set to drop to as low as -46C (-50F) in Chicago. Cities in the midwest opened warming shelters as temperatures
Stocks surge as Fed leaves US interest rates on hold and promises 'patience' - as it happened

Stocks surge as Fed leaves US interest rates on hold and promises 'patience' - as it happened

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as America’s central bank leaves interest rates on hold and strikes a dovish toneLatest: Fed leaves rates on holdWhat’s changedEarlier:UK
Josh Frydenberg defends Coalition's climate record as he faces challenge in Kooyong

Josh Frydenberg defends Coalition's climate record as he faces challenge in Kooyong

Treasurer says climate change is real and Scott Morrison’s government takes emissions reduction ‘very seriously’Josh Frydenberg has defended the Coalition’s record on climate change and says he will