Nothing was found on your request

The Guardian: World News: news on page 266

Life on the breadline: 'Writing these articles have given me a reason for being' | Gavin Ritchie

Life on the breadline: 'Writing these articles have given me a reason for being' | Gavin Ritchie

Even though I am my own worst critic, I now know that I can start something and finish it successfullyAbout this series Name: Gavin RitchieAge: 45 Continue reading...
What is the next Commons Brexit debate about?

What is the next Commons Brexit debate about?

The next key vote takes place on Tuesday. What is it about and why does it matter?The next key Brexit debate in the House of Commons is scheduled for Tuesday. We look at what MPs will be voting on and
Trump ally Roger Stone hedges bets on cooperation with Robert Mueller

Trump ally Roger Stone hedges bets on cooperation with Robert Mueller

Adviser will ‘certainly testify honestly’ in Russia investigationIndicted subject of raid says he has not destroyed evidenceLongtime Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone said on Sunday he would have to
Antarctic team 'upbeat' about hope of finding Shackleton's ship

Antarctic team 'upbeat' about hope of finding Shackleton's ship

The Endurance sank in the Weddell Sea in 1915, after 10 months trapped by iceAntarctic explorers are to break their way through 75 miles of sea ice in an effort to reach the final resting place of Sir
Gilets jaunes leader hit in eye during protest 'will be disabled for life'

Gilets jaunes leader hit in eye during protest 'will be disabled for life'

Jérôme Rodrigues’s lawyer says he was injured by ‘flash-ball’ riot police weaponA gilets jaunes (yellow vests) demonstrator injured in the eye at a demonstration in Paris will be disabled for life,
‘We've dug ourselves a really deep hole’ – David Neiwert on the rise of the far right

‘We've dug ourselves a really deep hole’ – David Neiwert on the rise of the far right

Neiwert has reported on the US far right for decades and watched as the conservative movement has steadily adopted its outlook and ideas David Neiwert has lived in his Seattle neighbourhood for
'My son was terrified': how Prevent alienates UK Muslims

'My son was terrified': how Prevent alienates UK Muslims

A 13-year-old boy being asked if he liked Isis because he said ‘eco-terrorist’ in class is one of many stories prompting criticism of strategyIfhat Smith’s son was 13 years old when he was hauled in
Exiled Venezuelans yearn for home, but fear a long wait for change

Exiled Venezuelans yearn for home, but fear a long wait for change

As talk of regime change mounts in Caracas, 3m refugees who have fled the failing state pray that they can return soonJust outside Venezuela’s borders its refugees are under few illusions that they
Suspect arrested in Louisiana shootings which left five dead

Suspect arrested in Louisiana shootings which left five dead

Dakota Theriot, 21, arrested in VirginiaTheriot’s parents and three others killed in two incidentsA man suspected of shooting dead his parents and three other people including a girl he was dating was
Revealed: Police Scotland spent £3.2m on private Trump visit

Revealed: Police Scotland spent £3.2m on private Trump visit

Exclusive: force spent millions covering Trump’s two-day visit to his own golf resort last yearPolice Scotland spent more than £3m covering the costs of Donald Trump’s private visit to Scotland last
Huawei's problems deepen as western suspicions mount

Huawei's problems deepen as western suspicions mount

Many question marks hang over the telecom but the Chinese tech monolith is far from finishedThe Chinese telecom company Huawei is at the centre of an increasingly tense standoff between China and the
Venezuela: US warns of 'significant response' if there's violence against country's diplomats

Venezuela: US warns of 'significant response' if there's violence against country's diplomats

Crisis-hit country’s president under pressure as US urges the world to ‘pick a side’The White House national security adviser John Bolton has warned against violence or intimidation of American
'Everything changed in 2016': Poles in UK struggle with Brexit

'Everything changed in 2016': Poles in UK struggle with Brexit

Members of Britain’s largest group of foreign nationals tell how love and admiration for their adopted country is turning sourRenata remembers clearly the morning after the Brexit vote in June 2016,
Philippines: bombs at cathedral during mass kill 20 people – video

Philippines: bombs at cathedral during mass kill 20 people – video

Two explosions at a Roman Catholic cathedral killed 20 people and injured dozens more on the southern island of Jolo in the Philippines. The attack came nearly a week after minority Muslims in the
Secret filming shows sick cows slaughtered for meat in Poland

Secret filming shows sick cows slaughtered for meat in Poland

Undercover film raises fears of serious health risks from major EU exporting countryUndercover footage that appears to show extremely sick cows being smuggled into a Polish slaughterhouse and sold on
Blow for May as Ireland stresses it will not yield on Brexit backstop

Blow for May as Ireland stresses it will not yield on Brexit backstop

Simon Coveney says situation is a result of UK red lines, as MPs prepare for key debateIreland has launched a last-minute effort to warn Theresa May off any attempt to unravel the backstop, two days
Fresh alert over Brazil dam collapse as relatives’ anguish intensifies

Fresh alert over Brazil dam collapse as relatives’ anguish intensifies

‘I am praying for a miracle,’ says cousin of missing mining company employeeFading hopes for survivors of a deadly dam collapse in Brazil were further dashed on Sunday when rescue efforts were
Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give: 'Books play a huge part in resistance'

Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give: 'Books play a huge part in resistance'

The author’s young adult novel became a publishing sensation and an acclaimed film. Here, she answers questions from readers and famous fans on activism, social media and coping with rejectionIn book
Polish far-right trial raises spectre of 'false flag' tactics

Polish far-right trial raises spectre of 'false flag' tactics

German journalist with links to Russia allegedly organised arson attack in Ukraine to stoke tensions, court toldThe plot allegedly involved three Polish extremists and a German journalist with ties to
Will the 35-day shutdown lead to privatizing government functions?

Will the 35-day shutdown lead to privatizing government functions?

For one ideological constituency, the government shutdown may hold the seeds to privatizing functions such as air traffic control and airport securityThe US government is open again. For now.For many