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Antisemitic pamphlets found in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting neighborhood

Antisemitic pamphlets found in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting neighborhood

Squirrel Hill, where 11 died, among areas targetedPolice say ‘hate-filled material’ will not be toleratedAuthorities are investigating the dissemination of antisemitic pamphlets in Pittsburgh
Asylum seekers must be allowed to work | Letter

Asylum seekers must be allowed to work | Letter

Banning asylum seekers from working doesn’t make economic sense, says Catherine West MPBanning asylum seekers from working is not only a great social injustice, it’s economically illiterate. An asylum
'Hard deadline': US-China must reach trade deal by 1 March, says Lighthizer

'Hard deadline': US-China must reach trade deal by 1 March, says Lighthizer

US trade representative says new tariffs will be imposed if trade negotiations are not achieved by the 90-day deadlineUS-China trade negotiations must achieve success by 1 March or new tariffs will be
Belgium's government loses majority over UN migration pact

Belgium's government loses majority over UN migration pact

Prime minister Charles Michel says country could come to standstill in event of early electionsThe Belgian prime minister, Charles Michel, is fighting for his political survival after the Flemish
Belisario Betancur obituary

Belisario Betancur obituary

Colombian politician who sought a peace deal with his country’s guerrillas, but saw his presidency end in violence and disorderBelisario Betancur, who has died aged 95, began his term in office as
The moment that forever changed my perspective on Anzac mythology | Paul Daley

The moment that forever changed my perspective on Anzac mythology | Paul Daley

The Surafend massacre shows that the core business of good history must always be the preservation of memoryOne winter’s morning a decade ago while in the late stages of archival research for a book
Aileen MacArdle obituary

Aileen MacArdle obituary

My mother, Aileen MacArdle, who has died aged 93, had a distinguished career as an orchestral harpist, and for 30 years was an influential harp teacher in Wales and Northern Ireland.Her parents, Alice
Trump 'at center of massive fraud against Americans', top Democrat says

Trump 'at center of massive fraud against Americans', top Democrat says

Incoming House chair Nadler promises investigationsPayments to women ‘would be impeachable offenses’New court filings show Donald Trump was “at the center of a massive fraud” against the American
Gulf divisions widen as Qatar accused of 'snubbing' meeting

Gulf divisions widen as Qatar accused of 'snubbing' meeting

Qatar criticised for sending junior minister to annual meeting of Gulf states Divisions among Gulf states were exposed when Saudi Arabia’s allies rounded on Qatar for snubbing a personal invite from
Armenia votes in snap election called by reformist PM

Armenia votes in snap election called by reformist PM

Nikol Pashinyan has pledged to tackle corruption and bring an ‘economic revolution’Armenians have voted in parliamentary elections triggered years ahead of schedule by the reformist leader Nikol
US and Russia ally with Saudi Arabia to water down climate pledge

US and Russia ally with Saudi Arabia to water down climate pledge

Move shocks delegates at UN conference as ministers fly in for final week of climate talksThe US and Russia have thrown climate talks into disarray by allying with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to water
Afghan football officials suspended over sexual and physical abuse allegations

Afghan football officials suspended over sexual and physical abuse allegations

• Country’s attorney general acts against six Afghan FA members • Allegations relate to abuse of the Afghanistan women’s teamThe Afghanistan attorney general, Farid Hamidi, has suspended six members
Twitter CEO accused of ignoring plight of Rohingya in tweets promoting Myanmar

Twitter CEO accused of ignoring plight of Rohingya in tweets promoting Myanmar

Jack Dorsey rhapsodised about 10-day meditation retreat and encouraged his 4 million followers to visitThe CEO of Twitter has faced fierce criticism for promoting Myanmar as a tourist destination in a
One dress, five weddings: gown with a history goes on display

One dress, five weddings: gown with a history goes on display

Dress made for wedding in 1938 and used by four others donated to Museum of LondonElizabeth Wray never had very much as a young woman, having grown up in the east end of London between the wars,
'Like opening a fan oven': Australia's rainforest threatened by bushfires

'Like opening a fan oven': Australia's rainforest threatened by bushfires

As the weather gets hotter and drier, and cyclones increase, those living in Australia’s north will need to adapt to the fire dangerWhen Michelle Ready first moved to the cane farm she owns with her
New Zealand police find body in search for missing UK backpacker Grace Millane – video

New Zealand police find body in search for missing UK backpacker Grace Millane – video

New Zealand police said on Sunday they believe they had found the body of missing 22-year-old Grace Millane following a search of Auckland's Waitakere Ranges. They have charged a 26-year-old man with
How billions of discarded Tetra Paks cover Vietnam's beaches and towns

How billions of discarded Tetra Paks cover Vietnam's beaches and towns

More than 8bn Tetra Paks are sold every year in Vietnam – and only a few percent are recycled. It’s having a devastating effect on the environmentIt takes 45 minutes to pick up all the milk cartons
Thousands protest against Tommy Robinson Brexit march amid Tory infighting - Politics live

Thousands protest against Tommy Robinson Brexit march amid Tory infighting - Politics live

Riot police deployed as opposing demonstrations march through central London ahead of Tuesday’s parliamentary vote on Theresa May’s deal 3.57pm GMT Dr Rosena Allin-Khan,has become the latest member of
Never mind the Brexit sideshow – recession is the real worry | Larry Elliot

Never mind the Brexit sideshow – recession is the real worry | Larry Elliot

Markets are more jittery about the prospect of a downturn than May’s doomed dealTheresa May will face her moment of truth in the House of Commons with the financial markets in turmoil. The drama at
NHS rubber gloves made in Malaysian factories accused of forced labour

NHS rubber gloves made in Malaysian factories accused of forced labour

Exclusive: firms supplying health service allegedly exploit thousands of migrantsThe NHS is using medical gloves made in Malaysian factories where migrants are allegedly subjected to forced labour,