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Tens of thousands gather for inauguration of Mexico's new leader – drone footage

Tens of thousands gather for inauguration of Mexico's new leader – drone footage

Tens of thousands of Mexicans gathered in Zócalo square in Mexico City to celebrate the inauguration of the new president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The 65-year-old, who counts the UK Labour
Warnings of latest crisis facing Macron were in plain sight

Warnings of latest crisis facing Macron were in plain sight

To contain the anger on the streets, the French president needs to offer concrete solutions to gilets jaunes’ political disillusionment When the French president, Emmanuel Macron, surveyed the damage
Zip wire for the Lake District hits a snag | Letters

Zip wire for the Lake District hits a snag | Letters

Readers respond to Simon Jenkins’ article, in which he suggests such a development is nothing short of vandalismAs a born-and-bred Cumbrian, I agree totally with Simon Jenkins (A zip wire is the last
Egyptian actor facing decency trial says dress not meant to offend

Egyptian actor facing decency trial says dress not meant to offend

Rania Youseff’s outfit at the Cairo international film festival has sparked debate on the country’s conservatismAn Egyptian actor facing trial on public obscenity charges for wearing a revealing dress
Senior Taliban commander killed by US airstrike in Afghanistan, officials say

Senior Taliban commander killed by US airstrike in Afghanistan, officials say

News came at the end of a week in which three American service members were killedA senior Taliban military commander has been killed in a US airstrike in Afghanistan, officials said on Sunday. The
Met police numbers 'will fall dramatically without new funds'

Met police numbers 'will fall dramatically without new funds'

Sadiq Khan says London force will drop to 2002 levels unless hundreds of millions of pounds in new money can be securedOfficer numbers in the Metropolitan police will fall to their lowest level since
Paris cleanup begins after gilets jaunes riots – video

Paris cleanup begins after gilets jaunes riots – video

Parisians woke up on Sunday to burnt-out cars and shattered shopfronts after thousands of masked protesters fought on Saturday, on the edges of demonstrations against fuel tax risesParis riots: Macron
Trump to give Congress formal notice he will 'shortly' terminate Nafta

Trump to give Congress formal notice he will 'shortly' terminate Nafta

Move will give lawmakers six months to approve new trade deal signed on Friday by the US, Canada and Mexico Donald Trump said on Saturday he will give formal notice to Congress in the near future to
George HW Bush to be flown back to Washington by Air Force One

George HW Bush to be flown back to Washington by Air Force One

Trump orders flags to be flown at half-staff and proclaims Wednesday a day of national mourning Air Force One flew to Texas on Sunday, to fly back to Washington the casket of George HW Bush. The 41st
Fear stops reporting of sexual harassment at the bar, says top QC

Fear stops reporting of sexual harassment at the bar, says top QC

Young lawyers do not complain in case it damages their careers, says Jo DelahuntySexual harassment at the bar is not being reported because pupils and young lawyers fear their careers will be damaged
Amlo promises to 'purify public life' as he assumes Mexican presidency

Amlo promises to 'purify public life' as he assumes Mexican presidency

The new president also restated his promise to put Mexico’s poor first and tackle violenceLeftwing politician Andrés Manuel López Obrador has assumed Mexico’s presidency with a promise to profoundly
‘I’m not going to scream robbery’ – Fury relaxed about controversial Wilder decision

‘I’m not going to scream robbery’ – Fury relaxed about controversial Wilder decision

• ‘I thought I won the fight, I’ll let the audience decide’ • Rematch between the pair looks likely after draw in LAOn a night full of surprises Tyson Fury saved the biggest curveball for after the
Neil deGrasse Tyson answers allegations of sexual misconduct

Neil deGrasse Tyson answers allegations of sexual misconduct

Astrophysicist posts lengthy message on Facebook pageWrites: ‘In any claim, evidence matters’The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has said he will cooperate fully with an “impartial investigation”
Police recommend indicting Benjamin Netanyahu on bribery charges

Police recommend indicting Benjamin Netanyahu on bribery charges

Investigation has established foundation to charge Israeli prime minister and his wife, Sara, police sayIsraeli police have recommended indicting Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister, on bribery
The aftermath of the gilets jaunes riots in Paris – in pictures

The aftermath of the gilets jaunes riots in Paris – in pictures

Vandalised cars and graffiti on the streets of central Paris, after a day of clashes between riot police and gilets jaunes protesters, who are demonstrating against rising oil prices and living costs•
Archbishop of Canterbury: I am not too political

Archbishop of Canterbury: I am not too political

Justin Welby defends his comments on inequality and backs UN report on UK povertyThe archbishop of Canterbury has defended his right to intervene on issues that might be deemed political as he backed
Etowah: the Ice detention center with the goal to ‘make your life miserable’

Etowah: the Ice detention center with the goal to ‘make your life miserable’

Campaign is under way to close Alabama facility routinely identified by advocates and detainees as one of the worst in US During his detention in Gadsden, Alabama, Alex Matheus started losing his
Paris riots: PM to meet protest groups after worst unrest in decade

Paris riots: PM to meet protest groups after worst unrest in decade

Shops and cars set alight after peaceful gilets jaunes protest turns violentThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, has instructed his prime minister to hold talks with protest groups after
Labour poised to move May confidence motion if she loses Brexit vote

Labour poised to move May confidence motion if she loses Brexit vote

If May survived vote Labour would start seeking second referendum, Keir Starmer saysLabour would almost certainly seek a vote of no confidence in Theresa May’s government if she loses the key Commons
Bristol’s landmark reggae pub saved

Bristol’s landmark reggae pub saved

The Star and Garter, Massive Attack and DJ Derek’s spiritual home, is set to reopen after fears it would be sold for flatsThe graffiti-covered Star and Garter pub at the foot of Bristol’s precipitous