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Trump inches closer to declaring emergency for wall as negotiations stall

Trump inches closer to declaring emergency for wall as negotiations stall

President is making plans in the event he carries out his threat as Democrats refuse to fund his long-promised border wallFollow the latest in US politicsDonald Trump is moving closer to using
French police officers jailed for raping Canadian tourist

French police officers jailed for raping Canadian tourist

Two men sentenced to seven years for rape of Emily Spanton at Paris police HQTwo police officers from one of France’s elite units have been sent to jail for seven years for the gang-rape of a Canadian
Police swap cocaine with salt in sting operation in Italy's largest drugs bust in 25 years – video

Police swap cocaine with salt in sting operation in Italy's largest drugs bust in 25 years – video

Italian police have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine in the largest drugs seizure in the country in 25 years, during a sting operation involving three other nations across two continents. The
US court finds Assad regime liable for Marie Colvin's death in Syria

US court finds Assad regime liable for Marie Colvin's death in Syria

Syria ordered to pay $300m over death of Sunday Times journalist in ‘targeted’ shelling in 2012The Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad has been held liable by a US court for the extrajudicial killing of
The Brexit delusion: May to demand the impossible? – Politics Weekly podcast

The Brexit delusion: May to demand the impossible? – Politics Weekly podcast

Jessica Elgot is joined by Polly Toynbee, Martin Kettle and Aarti Shankar to discuss the latest round of fantasy Brexit. Plus: a short history of Brexit, and why MPs should pay their speeding finesThe
Family attacks failure to punish student who sexually assaulted girl

Family attacks failure to punish student who sexually assaulted girl

Christopher Daniel given absolute discharge despite being found guilty of offence against girl, 6A teenager who was given an absolute discharge despite being found guilty of sexually assaulting a
Huge cocaine shipment swapped with salt to catch traffickers

Huge cocaine shipment swapped with salt to catch traffickers

Largest drugs haul in Italy in 25 years comes after sting operation involving Colombia and SpainItalian police have taken possession of more than two tonnes of cocaine in the largest drugs seizure in
Liberal and Labor parties urged to disclose political donations in real time

Liberal and Labor parties urged to disclose political donations in real time

Today Australian voters will learn who was bankrolling the nation’s political parties more than 18 months agoThe Greens have urged the major parties to begin disclosing their donations in real time,
Margaret Chatterjee obituary

Margaret Chatterjee obituary

Margaret Chatterjee, who has died aged 93, was a member of the philosophy department at the University of Delhi for 30 years, and its professor of philosophy from 1977 until 1990. From the 1960s
Boy handed referral order after attack on former US ambassador

Boy handed referral order after attack on former US ambassador

Sir Christopher Meyer was knocked unconscious after altercation at London stationA teenage boy who left a former UK ambassador to the US with “horrific injuries” after an attack at a London tube
Europe sets up scheme to get round US sanctions on Iran

Europe sets up scheme to get round US sanctions on Iran

Vehicle to be used for humanitarian supplies, then expanded to help firms tradeFrance, Germany and Britain have set up a financial mechanism designed to avoid US sanctions against Iran and keep the
Man evades capture for 15 years by using fingerprint implants

Man evades capture for 15 years by using fingerprint implants

Drug trafficker who cut and burned skin to insert implants arrested near MadridA drug trafficker who managed to evade capture for 15 years by cutting and burning the skin of his fingertips and having
Lazy homophobia signals the end of the road for Clarkson and co | Fiona Sturges

Lazy homophobia signals the end of the road for Clarkson and co | Fiona Sturges

The schoolboy sniggering of The Grand Tour is catastrophically unfunny. Amazon has failed to revive an ailing formatIt’s been a while since Jeremy Clarkson caused an upset. The days of him punching a
Trump picks climate change skeptic for EPA science board – as it happened

Trump picks climate change skeptic for EPA science board – as it happened

Controversial climatologist John Christy, who once said scientists believed Earth was flat, to join advisory board at environment agency Sign up for the Guardian US morning briefing 1.49am GMT That’s
Children and babies die as temperatures plummet in Syria

Children and babies die as temperatures plummet in Syria

World Health Organization sounds alarm over freezing conditions facing 23,000 people fleeing conflictAt least 29 children and newborn babies have died in freezing temperatures after fleeing conflict
Ice force-feeds immigrants inside Texas detention center

Ice force-feeds immigrants inside Texas detention center

Six detainees on hunger strike fed through nasal tubeNearly 30 detainees from India and Cuba refusing to eatFederal immigration officials are force-feeding six immigrants through plastic nasal tubes
Italy slips into recession for third time in a decade

Italy slips into recession for third time in a decade

Country’s economy shrinks by 0.2% amid weakening growth rates across the eurozoneItaly’s economy fell into recession in the final three months of 2018, in a blow to the country’s governing radical
Five icy videos from the heart of the polar vortex

Five icy videos from the heart of the polar vortex

Frozen winds have brought record-low temperatures to the US midwest as a blast of Arctic air, known as the polar vortex, unnerves residents accustomed to brutal winters... Wet clothes freeze after 10
Damning Yemen report calls on UK to come clean over arms exports

Damning Yemen report calls on UK to come clean over arms exports

Study questions lack of detail surrounding scale and quantity of weapons salesA highly critical report has found extensive flaws in the British government’s arms sales strategy.Based on analysis of
Inquest into 1974 IRA Guildford pub bombings to reopen

Inquest into 1974 IRA Guildford pub bombings to reopen

Decision follows campaigns by relatives of victims and those wrongfully convicted of attackThe inquest into the IRA’s Guildford pub bombings, which killed five people in 1974, is to be reopened and