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Trump's remarks could stymie US extradition of Huawei CFO from Canada

Trump's remarks could stymie US extradition of Huawei CFO from Canada

Canada’s ambassador to China said Meng Wanzhou had ‘good arguments on her side’, in part because of Trump’s remarksUS efforts to extradite a Chinese telecoms executive from Canada may have been
How conservative media transformed the Covington Catholic students from pariahs to heroes

How conservative media transformed the Covington Catholic students from pariahs to heroes

Conservatives have realized they can construct a parallel reality and have it acceptedIn just four days, teenager Nick Sandmann and his fellow students at Covington Catholic high school have gone from
Nurse arrested on rape charges in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth

Nurse arrested on rape charges in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth

Nurse Nathan Sutherland, 36, faces charges on two counts Intellectually disabled woman gave birth to boy in DecemberPhoenix police say a licensed practical nurse has been arrested on a charge of
Spanish taxi drivers strike for stricter ride-hailing app regulations

Spanish taxi drivers strike for stricter ride-hailing app regulations

Drivers in Madrid clash with riot police and block entry to major tourism fairSpanish taxi drivers demanding more regulations for app-based ride-hailing services blocked access to a trade exhibition
Traces of dangerous chemicals found in disposable nappies in France

Traces of dangerous chemicals found in disposable nappies in France

Researchers warn of potential health risk as manufacturer Joone labels report ‘alarmist’French researchers say they have discovered traces of dangerous chemicals in babies’ disposable nappies in the
Hillsborough trial told of club’s ‘resistance’ to hiring safety officer

Hillsborough trial told of club’s ‘resistance’ to hiring safety officer

Secretary said he was too busy entertaining client to fully carry out safety dutiesThe former Sheffield Wednesday club secretary at the time of the Hillsborough disaster had previously said he could
Venezuela protests: thousands march as military faces call to abandon Maduro

Venezuela protests: thousands march as military faces call to abandon Maduro

Tens of thousands protest against Nicolás Maduro after disputed elections, bolstered by support from international governmentsTens of thousands of Venezuelans have taken to the streets of the
EU crackdown on golden visas criticised as 'half-hearted'

EU crackdown on golden visas criticised as 'half-hearted'

Campaigners say action plan falls short of Europe-wide measures that are requiredThe European commission is facing criticism for failing to crack down on the abuse of schemes that allow wealthy
Pelosi blocks Trump from giving State of the Union address in House – as it happened

Pelosi blocks Trump from giving State of the Union address in House – as it happened

Speaker says Trump cannot deliver speech from chamber until government is reopenedSign up for the Guardian’s daily morning briefing 2.33am GMT That’s all for today, everyone. Thanks for tuning in on
Priyanka Gandhi enters politics months before India general election

Priyanka Gandhi enters politics months before India general election

Congress party supporters hope scion of India’s most powerful dynasty can boost campaignPriyanka Gandhi, a scion of India’s most powerful dynasty who has rebuffed calls to enter politics for years,
US backtracks on Iran-focused conference in Poland after objections

US backtracks on Iran-focused conference in Poland after objections

Broadening of agenda to Middle East may make it easier for the UK to attendEuropean objections have forced the United States to backtrack on plans to stage a two-day conference in Poland focused on
'I wasn't smirking': Kentucky student defends position with Native American

'I wasn't smirking': Kentucky student defends position with Native American

Nick Sandmann said on NBC he was ‘not disrespectful’ during his interaction with Nathan Phillips, an Omaha tribe leaderFollow the latest US politics newsThe high school student filmed in an apparent
Julian Assange launches legal challenge against Trump administration

Julian Assange launches legal challenge against Trump administration

WikiLeaks founder’s lawyers file urgent application in attempt to prevent extradition to USFollow the latest US politics newsJulian Assange, the fugitive WikiLeaks founder whose diplomatic sanctuary
Italy evicts more than 500 people from refugee centre

Italy evicts more than 500 people from refugee centre

Move is first major eviction since rightwing government enacted hardline migration lawMore than 500 people are being ousted from a refugee reception centre in a town close to Rome in the first major
Protest closes Israel's 'apartheid road' through West Bank

Protest closes Israel's 'apartheid road' through West Bank

Activists blocked controversial Route 4370 expressway to Jerusalem for about 30 minutesA new road in the West Bank that separates Palestinian and Israeli drivers was closed by protesters on Wednesday,
Controversy over students mocking Native American strikes national chord

Controversy over students mocking Native American strikes national chord

Debate around the incident reverberated culturally and politically amplified by an aggressive entry into the argument by TrumpFollow the latest US politics newsThe spectacle of a crowd of white teens
Omar al-Bashir launches media crackdown as Sudan protests continue

Omar al-Bashir launches media crackdown as Sudan protests continue

Five journalists held at undisclosed locations and dozens more arrested and released, with media blackout expected to worsenThe government of Omar al-Bashir in Sudan has launched an “alarming”
Far right may exploit Brexit tensions, says UK counter-terror chief

Far right may exploit Brexit tensions, says UK counter-terror chief

Neil Basu is also concerned at possible inability to share intelligence with EU partnersBritain’s counter-terrorism chief has said he fears the far right will exploit Brexit tensions with their
Thailand to hold elections on 24 March

Thailand to hold elections on 24 March

After repeated postponements, polls will be first since military coup in 2014Thailand is to hold its long-awaited general election on 24 March, its first since a military coup almost five years
May should close parliament if necessary to stop bill blocking no deal Brexit, says Rees-Mogg - Politics live

May should close parliament if necessary to stop bill blocking no deal Brexit, says Rees-Mogg - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDelaying Brexit would be even worse than no deal, says Liam FoxMichel Barnier’s Luxembourg Times interview - SummaryPMQs verdict