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May hopes for EU assurance before Brexit meaningful vote

May hopes for EU assurance before Brexit meaningful vote

Brussels says PM likely to be offered ‘exchange of letters’ confirming EU’s intention to quickly conclude trade talksTheresa May hopes to secure last-minute assurances from the European Union before
Man accused of Surrey train murder says he is 'innocent until proven guilty'

Man accused of Surrey train murder says he is 'innocent until proven guilty'

Darren Shane Pencille, 35, appears in court over fatal stabbing of Lee PomeroyA man charged with murdering a fellow passenger by stabbing him nine times on a train in front of his teenage son has
Drake kisses 17-year-old fan on stage in unearthed video clip

Drake kisses 17-year-old fan on stage in unearthed video clip

The Canadian rapper shouted, ‘I can’t go to jail yet, man!’ when the girl revealed her ageVideo has surfaced of Drake kissing a 17-year-old girl in Denver, Colorado in May 2010. In the clip, the
Monday US briefing: Trump threatens national emergency over wall

Monday US briefing: Trump threatens national emergency over wall

Bolton says US troops to stay in Syria until Isis defeated ... President’s eldest son faces legal jeopardy ... Bohemian Rhapsody wins big at ‘questionable’ Golden GlobesGood morning, happy new year –
Katie Price denies being twice legal limit in drink-driving charge

Katie Price denies being twice legal limit in drink-driving charge

Police found former model by roadside in damaged car in south-east LondonKatie Price has denied being almost twice the legal alcohol limit while legally in charge of a pink Range Rover.The 40-year-old
French PM backs new measures to 'protect' protests from rioters

French PM backs new measures to 'protect' protests from rioters

Edouard Philippe says government considering football hooligan-style registerThe French prime minister has called for tough new measures to punish those hijacking legitimate protests by looting,
Baghdad at play: normal life returns to Iraq's capital – in pictures

Baghdad at play: normal life returns to Iraq's capital – in pictures

Guardian photographer Sean Smith captures Iraqis at leisure, from students taking selfies in the park to families on fairground ridesBaghdad at 10 million: fragile dreams of normality as megacity
US states and cities that passed new progressive laws under Trump

US states and cities that passed new progressive laws under Trump

Laws dealing with the environment, gun control, public health and women’s and transgender rights took effect at start of 2019The federal government under Donald Trump may be tacking to the right –
The Mormon polygamists who believe Missouri is the 'promised land'

The Mormon polygamists who believe Missouri is the 'promised land'

The Ranch is a mystery to those in neighboring towns, but is considered Zion to the about 400 polygamists who live thereAfter church, Flint Laub, his two wives and their 10 children sat down at the
Gabon: soldiers announce a coup attempt on state television - video

Gabon: soldiers announce a coup attempt on state television - video

Members of the military have appeared on state television saying they have launched a coup in the west African country. Early on Monday, an army soldier, flanked by two others holding guns, read out a
German data breach: agencies 'failing to take security seriously'

German data breach: agencies 'failing to take security seriously'

Bavarian interior minister ‘astonished’ at handling of biggest data leak in German historyThe German government and security agencies have been accused of not taking internet security seriously,
Saudi woman fleeing family temporarily admitted to Thailand

Saudi woman fleeing family temporarily admitted to Thailand

Reprieve for Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, who wants to claim asylum in Australia An 18-year-old Saudi woman seeking passage to asylum in Australia after fleeing her family in Saudi Arabia and renouncing
French cardinal goes on trial accused of helping cover up abuse

French cardinal goes on trial accused of helping cover up abuse

Philippe Barbarin faces jail if convicted of failing to report priest who abused ScoutsThe highest-profile Catholic cleric to be embroiled in a paedophile scandal in France has denied in court that he
Homeless children struggle to survive on the streets of Ethiopia's capital

Homeless children struggle to survive on the streets of Ethiopia's capital

Driven from their rural homes by family problems and lack of opportunity, more and more children are making for Addis Ababa. Alone and vulnerable, they receive no state supportBehind Addis Ababa’s
No-deal Brexit rehearsal in Kent 'a waste of time'

No-deal Brexit rehearsal in Kent 'a waste of time'

Only 87 trucks take part in trial of emergency traffic system designed to cope with 6,000 vehicles A live rehearsal of an emergency traffic system that will be put in place to prevent congestion in
Australia urged to help Saudi teenager barricaded inside Thai hotel room

Australia urged to help Saudi teenager barricaded inside Thai hotel room

Sarah Hanson-Young says Australia must ‘act quickly’ while former PM’s son tells Scott Morrison to ‘man up’ Calls are growing for the Australian government to intervene in the case of a young Saudi
Hundreds of thousands of native fish dead in second Murray-Darling incident

Hundreds of thousands of native fish dead in second Murray-Darling incident

An estimated 10,000 were killed just weeks ago, and locals fear native stocks could be all but wiped out this timeHundreds of thousands of fish have been killed along a stretch of the Lower Darling
Baghdad at 10 million: fragile dreams of normality as megacity status beckons

Baghdad at 10 million: fragile dreams of normality as megacity status beckons

The next 15 megacities #1: By 2035 another 15 cities will have populations above 10 million. Guardian Cities is exploring these newcomers at a crucial period in their development, starting with Iraq’s
Gabon detains soldiers after failed coup

Gabon detains soldiers after failed coup

Group of soldiers had called on people to ‘rise up’ while ailing president is out of countryThe Gabonese government has put down a coup attempt after a group of soldiers briefly took over state radio
Kacper Kowalski: aerial abstraction – in pictures

Kacper Kowalski: aerial abstraction – in pictures

A trained architect and pilot, the Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski frames the landscape in terms of human impact and formal patterns within nature, from views of autumn forests and spring fields