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Isleworth stabbing: teenager killed in west London

Isleworth stabbing: teenager killed in west London

Paramedics unable to save Abdirashid Mohamoud, who police say was chased by a group of menResidents in a block of flats in west London have spoken of their horror at seeing a teenager stabbed to death
'A family against a billionaire': twist in battle over Zuckerberg's Hawaiian estate

'A family against a billionaire': twist in battle over Zuckerberg's Hawaiian estate

Parcels near Facebook CEO’s property auctioned off amid lengthy fight over Native Hawaiian land rights Amidst angry shouts of “hewa!” (wrong!) and “illegal sales”, four parcels of land surrounded by
Isis defeated, US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announce

Isis defeated, US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announce

Kurdish-led group says last of militants cleared from stronghold of BaghuzAfter almost five years, the battle to dismantle Islamic State’s brutal “caliphate” has ended with an announcement from
Leaver go-slow on roads leads to prosecutions

Leaver go-slow on roads leads to prosecutions

Police stop leaders of dawdling convoys that were intended to cause ‘gridlock’ in pursuit of 29 March Brexit datePro-Brexit campaigners have been prosecuted for inconsiderate driving while trying to
Drugged orangutan found in Russian's airline luggage

Drugged orangutan found in Russian's airline luggage

Police at Indonesian airport also found two live geckos and five lizards in suitcaseA Russian tourist attempting to smuggle a drugged orangutan out of Indonesia in his suitcase to bring home and keep
'I'm not a fan': Trump's grudge against John McCain continues even in death

'I'm not a fan': Trump's grudge against John McCain continues even in death

The president has had a long-running feud with the late senator, even resorting to attacking him posthumouslyIn life and now in death John McCain continues to torment Donald Trump.Trump spent last
'A nightmare': flight attendant with Daca status held after flying for work

'A nightmare': flight attendant with Daca status held after flying for work

Selene Saavedra Roman, who came to US when she was three, released after Hillary Clinton drew attention to her plightFor six weeks, Selene Saavedra Roman has been living what her husband describes as
Cyclone Trevor lashes Northern Territory coast with destructive winds

Cyclone Trevor lashes Northern Territory coast with destructive winds

Residents of Port Hedland and Karratha in Western Australia prepare for Cyclone Veronica, due to hit on Sunday morning Cyclone Trevor has struck the Northern Territory as a category four system,
Bernie Sanders visit shows California could hold key to 2020 victory

Bernie Sanders visit shows California could hold key to 2020 victory

Weekend of rallies highlight how state’s diverse electorate and new early spot on primary calendar make it a prize for Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders brought his anti-establishment message and
Christchurch attack: Al Noor mosque handed back to Muslim community

Christchurch attack: Al Noor mosque handed back to Muslim community

Leaders and worshippers escorted through cordon by police as life begins to return to normalMuslim community leaders and worshippers have been escorted back to one of two mosques targeted in the New
US disaster agency exposed private data of 2.3m hurricane and wildfire survivors

US disaster agency exposed private data of 2.3m hurricane and wildfire survivors

Report finds Fema unnecessarily shared personal information, including bank details, with outside contractorThe US disaster relief agency unnecessarily released sensitive identifiable data, including
'Dire consequences': lawyers aghast at Queensland's new definition of murder

'Dire consequences': lawyers aghast at Queensland's new definition of murder

Women who kill violent partners or parents held responsible for accidental child deaths could face mandated sentencesMoves to broaden the definition of murder in Queensland could have “dire and
Mueller report: special counsel delivers findings of Trump-Russia inquiry

Mueller report: special counsel delivers findings of Trump-Russia inquiry

Submission to attorney general signals end of criminal inquiryBarr: ‘I remain committed to as much transparency as possible’Robert Mueller submits report – live updatesSupport the Guardian’s
What does the Mueller report say and what does it mean for Trump?

What does the Mueller report say and what does it mean for Trump?

It’s not clear whether or how the full report will be made public, but here’s what we know so far Support the Guardian’s independent journalism and make a contributionWe don’t know yet. We know that
Budget will pump $550m into bank regulators in response to royal commission

Budget will pump $550m into bank regulators in response to royal commission

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg declines to rule out bringing forward tax cuts, and insists he has resisted pre-election spending bids The Morrison government will boost funding for the corporate and
One man still held after windows smashed at Birmingham mosques

One man still held after windows smashed at Birmingham mosques

One of two men arrested over incidents reported at five mosques in the city releasedOne man is in custody after police made two arrests over attacks on five mosques in Birmingham, police have said.The
Calls for May to 'fall on her sword' as she hints there may be no third vote on Brexit deal

Calls for May to 'fall on her sword' as she hints there may be no third vote on Brexit deal

PM writes to Tory MPs saying deal will return ‘if there is sufficient support’Pressure on Theresa May has reached new heights as ministers backed attempts to let parliament take control of the next
Man, 50, charged with attempted murder in Surrey terror attack

Man, 50, charged with attempted murder in Surrey terror attack

Vincent Fuller also facing other charges after teenager was stabbed in Tesco car parkA 50-year-old man has been charged with attempting to murder a teenager in a terror attack in Stanwell on Saturday,
On The Project, Morrison didn't want to be prejudged. Surely he's well past that stage | Katharine Murphy

On The Project, Morrison didn't want to be prejudged. Surely he's well past that stage | Katharine Murphy

In his interview, the PM seemed to be trying to show himself in a new light. Voters, though, will judge him solely on his record“Why are you there?,” I muttered under my breath while watching Scott
Trump to lift 'not necessary' North Korea sanctions, White House confirms

Trump to lift 'not necessary' North Korea sanctions, White House confirms

US had blacklisted Chinese shipping companies on Thursday‘Trump likes Kim and doesn’t think these are necessary’Donald Trump has announced that he is ordering the withdrawal of recently announced