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End of the road for Theresa May's Brexit – cartoon

End of the road for Theresa May's Brexit – cartoon

Stymied by Jacob Rees-Mogg and the ERG, the prime minister lurches towards oblivion Continue reading...
No food, no shelter, no livelihood: families in Mozambique hit by Cyclone Idai

No food, no shelter, no livelihood: families in Mozambique hit by Cyclone Idai

Officials ‘overwhelmed’ by the scale of the disaster, leading to a delay in humanitarian and rescue missionsBeneath the crumbling arcade of the municipal council building in Beira, in Mozambique, a
Congress awaits Mueller conclusions as Democrats push for report's release

Congress awaits Mueller conclusions as Democrats push for report's release

Attorney general William Barr to release ‘principal conclusions’Trump, playing golf near Mar-a-Lago, said to be in ‘good’ moodSupport the Guardian’s journalism. Make a contributionWashington and
Protesters clash with police across France for 19th weekend

Protesters clash with police across France for 19th weekend

Gilets jaunes demonstrations in Paris on Saturday largely peaceful, but turned violent in the late afternoonPolice and demonstrators clashed sporadically in Paris and other French cities on Saturday
UK fugitive arrested in Romania over murder of Josh Hanson

UK fugitive arrested in Romania over murder of Josh Hanson

Shane O’Brien fled the UK after Hanson was stabbed to death in London in 2015One of Britain’s most wanted fugitives has been arrested in Romania. Shane O’Brien, 31, is a suspect in the murder of
Palestinian writer has fingers smashed in Gaza beating

Palestinian writer has fingers smashed in Gaza beating

Publisher says Atef Abu Saif, also a spokesperson for Fatah, almost killed by masked menA UK publisher has condemned an attack by masked men in Gaza on a Palestinian writer and political figure, Atef
Kazakhstan renames capital Nur-Sultan

Kazakhstan renames capital Nur-Sultan

Interim president orders name change from Astana to honour resigned leader Nazarbayev Kazakhstan has renamed its capital Nur-Sultan, in honour of the country’s longtime leader who resigned this
Revealed: no need to add cancer-risk nitrites to ham

Revealed: no need to add cancer-risk nitrites to ham

Confidential meat industry report shows additives do not prevent food poisoningA bombshell internal report written for the British meat industry reveals nitrites do not protect against botulism – the
When protesters burned news kiosks in Paris, I had to take a stand…

When protesters burned news kiosks in Paris, I had to take a stand…

The militant wing of the French protests picked on a beloved institution. So I set up a crowdfunder to helpIn 47 years of journalism, few things have shocked me as deeply as the sight of burning
Italy and China in plan for new Silk Road-style trade network

Italy and China in plan for new Silk Road-style trade network

Xi Jinping visits Rome as Italy becomes first G7 country to back Belt and Road initiativeItaly has become the first G7 country to endorse a contentious plan by China to build a Silk Road-style global
Calls grow for public inquiry into Brexit

Calls grow for public inquiry into Brexit

Investigation could look at ballot wording, May’s red lines and negotiation strategy Calls for a public inquiry into Brexit are mounting among diplomats, business figures, peers and MPs, amid claims
Franco’s shadow: reburial battle sees Spain confront its darkest days

Franco’s shadow: reburial battle sees Spain confront its darkest days

Past and future collide as nationalist Vox party gears up for success in next month’s general election while exhumation of dictator draws closerThe gates of the suburban mausoleum that could soon
Gladys Berejiklian leads Coalition to third term in government in NSW

Gladys Berejiklian leads Coalition to third term in government in NSW

Premier says she will work closely with minor parties as prospect of minority government remains Gladys Berejiklian has led the Coalition to a third term in government in New South Wales despite a
For the Nationals, voters in the bush are clearly waiting with baseball bats | Katharine Murphy

For the Nationals, voters in the bush are clearly waiting with baseball bats | Katharine Murphy

While the Liberals may take some joy from the result in NSW, the poor showing for the Nationals is set to inflame Coalition divisions and leadership speculationWhile the Liberals will emerge from the
Five killed in Islamist attack on government building in Somalia

Five killed in Islamist attack on government building in Somalia

Country’s deputy labour minister among those killed in attack claimed by al-ShabaabFive people, including the country’s deputy labour minister, have been killed in an Islamist extremist attack on a
Mueller report: Trump camp celebrates but danger is not past yet

Mueller report: Trump camp celebrates but danger is not past yet

The special counsel will make no more indictments but his work, if made public, could yet damn the president and open new lines of inquirySupport the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a
George Osborne calls for long delay in Brexit process

George Osborne calls for long delay in Brexit process

Ex-chancellor says MPs should rethink how to deliver on referendum resultFollow live updates on the People’s Vote march George Osborne has said that MPs are being asked “to deliver something
Pittsburgh braced for protests after acquittal of officer who shot black teen

Pittsburgh braced for protests after acquittal of officer who shot black teen

Michael Rosfeld found not guilty of homicide Antwon Rose II, 17, ran from unlicensed taxiThe family of an unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by a white police officer expressed anger and
Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris react to completion of Trump-Russia inquiry – video

Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris react to completion of Trump-Russia inquiry – video

Following the submission of special counsel Robert Mueller's Trump-Russia investigation findings to the attorney general, William Barr, high-profile senators including Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris
More than 4 million sign Brexit petition to revoke article 50

More than 4 million sign Brexit petition to revoke article 50

Online petition sparks conspiracy theories on both sides of the debateAn online petition calling for the UK government to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU has reached 4m signatures.The petition,