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Canada: mother and uncle accused of 'honor killing' extradited to India

Canada: mother and uncle accused of 'honor killing' extradited to India

Uncle and mother, both Canadian citizens of Indian origin, accused by Indian authorities of killing daughter in 2000Canada has extradited the mother and uncle of a woman killed 19 years ago to face
Venezuela crisis: US pulls out staff and tells citizens to 'strongly consider' leaving

Venezuela crisis: US pulls out staff and tells citizens to 'strongly consider' leaving

Defence minister Vladimir Padrino accuses opposition, US and regional allies of launching attempted coup against MaduroThe US state department has urged its citizens to “strongly consider” leaving
Trump administration reportedly drafts emergency order for wall funding – as it happened

Trump administration reportedly drafts emergency order for wall funding – as it happened

Democratic and Trump-backed proposals fall short in SenateMichael Cohen subpoenaed by Senate intelligence committeeSign up for the Guardian’s daily morning briefing 1.55am GMT That’s a wrap for
Emiliano Sala's sister begs rescuers to restart search for missing footballer

Emiliano Sala's sister begs rescuers to restart search for missing footballer

Romina Sala says she believes he is still alive after plane vanished over Channel IslandsThe family of the footballer Emiliano Sala have pleaded for rescuers to continue searching for the player and a
Court in Italy rules Matteo Salvini should be tried for kidnapping

Court in Italy rules Matteo Salvini should be tried for kidnapping

Leader of far-right party under investigation after preventing 177 migrants from disembarking in ItalyItaly’s deputy prime minister and interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is one step away from facing
'Never seen anything like it': 'white' rats descend on Italian village

'Never seen anything like it': 'white' rats descend on Italian village

Special taskforce set up in Gattolino to tackle sudden rodent infestation It is like a scene from a horror film. As a car drives along a quiet road at night, hundreds of rats scuttle across the
Gilets jaunes name 10 candidates for European elections

Gilets jaunes name 10 candidates for European elections

Protest group in France says it wants to ‘transform the anger into a human political project’The gilets jaunes (yellow vests) have named 10 candidates for the European parliament elections in May and
Amazon puts delivery robots on streets – with a human in tow

Amazon puts delivery robots on streets – with a human in tow

Six-wheeled robots launching in US can autonomously follow route and dodge pedestriansAmazon’s drone delivery service may be missing in action but the company has not given up on its dream of robots
'I'm an apocalypse writer': Bradford Cox of Deerhunter, the asexual rock star for end times

'I'm an apocalypse writer': Bradford Cox of Deerhunter, the asexual rock star for end times

He surrounds himself with beauty, has everything he’s ever wanted and really, really loves his dog. So why is the Atlantan indie rocker writing about the killing of Jo Cox and the end of the world?The
Alex Salmond profile: architect of the SNP's rise to power

Alex Salmond profile: architect of the SNP's rise to power

News of the former first minister’s arrest will send ripples through the party he rebuiltAlex Salmond is one of the most significant political figures of recent British history, whose tenure as first
Police arrest 19 people over FGM gang attacks on women in Uganda

Police arrest 19 people over FGM gang attacks on women in Uganda

Critics say police should have acted earlier on reports of forceful mutilation of more than 400 women in a month by armed groupsSixteen men and three women have been arrested for allegedly aiding and
Indian traders say film fans are stealing milk to pour over posters

Indian traders say film fans are stealing milk to pour over posters

Police in Tamil Nadu are asked to stop youths setting on morning delivery peopleMilk dealers in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu are asking police to stop movie fans splashing milk on posters
Military buildup in Arctic as melting ice reopens northern borders

Military buildup in Arctic as melting ice reopens northern borders

As ice melts and shipping lanes open up, geopolitical tensions are growing and old cold war bases are being reopenedThe climate crisis is intensifying a new military buildup in the Arctic, diplomats
'I'm tan, it's pretty obvious': Naomi Osaka responds to 'whitewashing' in advert – video

'I'm tan, it's pretty obvious': Naomi Osaka responds to 'whitewashing' in advert – video

Naomi Osaka said she does not think one of her sponsors are guilty of 'whitewashing' after the player, who has a Japanese mother and a Haitian father, was depicted with pale skin in an
George Clooney and John Prendergast: We're not silent on Sudan – we're going after the regime's loot

George Clooney and John Prendergast: We're not silent on Sudan – we're going after the regime's loot

We’ve learned that working behind the scenes achieves more than naming and shaming “Where are George Clooney and co now that Sudan needs them?” asked an Opinion article in the Guardian this week. The
Israeli teenager charged with manslaughter in stoning of Palestinian car

Israeli teenager charged with manslaughter in stoning of Palestinian car

Suspect accused of committing anti-Arab ‘act of terror’Israeli prosecutors have charged a 16-year-old Israeli settler with manslaughter after he was accused of throwing a rock at a speeding car and
Brexit: Rudd defies No 10 by calling for Tory MPs to get free vote on move to rule out no deal – as it happened

Brexit: Rudd defies No 10 by calling for Tory MPs to get free vote on move to rule out no deal – as it happened

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenA quarter of the UK cabinet went to Davos: what are they doing there?Lunchtime summaryCan no-deal Brexit be stopped?Afternoon summary
School strikes over climate change continue to snowball

School strikes over climate change continue to snowball

Number of students skipping school in protests inspired by Greta Thunberg, 16, reaches record numbers around worldThe founder of the school strikes for climate action has told the world’s business and
Rise in homicides in England and Wales fuels calls for police funds

Rise in homicides in England and Wales fuels calls for police funds

Crime survey shows number of murder and manslaughter offences rose to 739 last yearThe number of homicides in England and Wales increased by 14% in the year to September 2018, according to official
Protester wins fight to wipe political activities from police database

Protester wins fight to wipe political activities from police database

John Catt said there was no justification for police to retain surveillance records of his activities at 66 peaceful protestsA 94-year-old peaceful protester has won an eight-year legal battle to