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Germany welcomes back priceless books lost in second world war

Germany welcomes back priceless books lost in second world war

Rare manuscripts thought to have been looted from Bonn library by Belgian soldiersHundreds of priceless manuscripts and documents believed to have been looted by Belgian soldiers from a German library
What were Merkel and May laughing about at the EU summit? – video

What were Merkel and May laughing about at the EU summit? – video

The summit on Wednesday was off to promising start as Angela Merkel approached Theresa May to share something on her iPad. May burst out laughing with Merkel when she saw what was on the device: a
Gregory Craig: former White House counsel for Obama indicted  – live

Gregory Craig: former White House counsel for Obama indicted – live

Craig indicted for allegedly making false statements to MuellerTop Democrats reiterate demand for unredacted Mueller report Sanders raises $18.2m in three months, leaping ahead of competitorsSign up
Macron’s tough-guy stance on Brexit is part of his political project

Macron’s tough-guy stance on Brexit is part of his political project

French president compared to De Gaulle as he seeks to get on with mission to change EUEmmanuel Macron’s tough-guy stance at the EU summit – refusing the UK a much longer Brexit extension – was partly
Sudan protesters reject army takeover after removal of president

Sudan protesters reject army takeover after removal of president

Protests continue as army says 30-year rule of Omar al-Bashir will be replaced by military-led transitional councilProtesters in Sudan have vowed to continue their campaign for democratic reform just
Labor fumes at 'dodgy Treasury costings' as Coalition alleges 'tax hit on the economy'

Labor fumes at 'dodgy Treasury costings' as Coalition alleges 'tax hit on the economy'

Coalition says Labor promises will be funded by ‘$387bn of new taxes on your income, your house, your savings’The first costings war of the 2019 election campaign is underway, with the Morrison
Horror over Alesha MacPhail murder 'must not obscure lessons'

Horror over Alesha MacPhail murder 'must not obscure lessons'

Experts say Alesha’s killer, Aaron Campbell, is ‘not a one-off’ – and more can be done to prevent similar crimesSince Aaron Campbell received a life sentence last month for the brutal rape and murder
'I never knew walruses climbed that high': Our Planet's scariest moments

'I never knew walruses climbed that high': Our Planet's scariest moments

Icebergs attacked choppers, sharks gnawed legs, walruses blocked exits and orangutans threw trees … the team behind David Attenborough’s new adventure relive their big frightsSophie Lanfear on taking
The 50 best songs about Europe – ranked!

The 50 best songs about Europe – ranked!

Brexit is delayed – so voyager avec nous on a trans-European tour of music, from Paris to Berlin via Finistère. Tout le monde à bord!Poor old Lloyd went to Amsterdam and all he got was double
Latest Carlos Ghosn arrest 'inhuman and illegal', lawyers claim

Latest Carlos Ghosn arrest 'inhuman and illegal', lawyers claim

Ex-Nissan chairman’s defence team say it has interrupted his treatment for kidney diseaseCarlos Ghosn’s lawyers have condemned his latest arrest as “inhuman”, claiming it has interrupted his treatment
Amazon staff listen to customers' Alexa recordings, report says

Amazon staff listen to customers' Alexa recordings, report says

Staff review audio in effort to help AI-powered voice assistant respond to commands When Amazon customers speak to Alexa, the company’s AI-powered voice assistant, they may be heard by more people
Russia passes bill to allow internet to be cut off from foreign servers

Russia passes bill to allow internet to be cut off from foreign servers

Critics say measures would be expensive and give vast censorship powers to the government Russian politicians have approved a controversial bill that would allow Moscow to cut off the country’s
Baby with DNA from three people born in Greece

Baby with DNA from three people born in Greece

Experimental IVF, which involves extra egg from female donor, criticised by UK expertsA baby with DNA from three people has been born in Greece following a controversial fertility treatment.The baby
Europe split over how to respond to Haftar assault on Tripoli

Europe split over how to respond to Haftar assault on Tripoli

France blocked draft EU resolution condemning warlord and calling for his retreat from Libyan capitalEuropean divisions over how to respond to General Khalifa Haftar’s violent assault on the Libyan
Meghan and Harry want to celebrate birth of baby in private

Meghan and Harry want to celebrate birth of baby in private

Duke and Duchess of Sussex rule out copying Kate and William with immediate photo call of newbornThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to keep the arrangements for their birth of their first child
US briefing: Trump's taxes, Assange arrested and California policing

US briefing: Trump's taxes, Assange arrested and California policing

Thursday’s top story: Treasury secretary refuses to comply with Democrats’ tax returns deadline. Plus, China’s hi-tech war on its Muslim minoritySubscribe now to receive the morning briefing by
Sudan protesters celebrate end of Bashir's rule – in pictures

Sudan protesters celebrate end of Bashir's rule – in pictures

Crowds took to the streets in Sudan on Thursday, as the army said it had removed President Omar al-Bashir from power after 30 years in charge. We take a look at the best images from the capital,
Assange arrest: Trump claims to 'know nothing about WikiLeaks' despite past praise – live

Assange arrest: Trump claims to 'know nothing about WikiLeaks' despite past praise – live

The US president says WikiLeaks is ‘not my thing’, despite frequently applauding the organization during 2016 campaignKey dates in the WikiLeaks founder’s caseThe Guardian view on Assange and
The nurse tracking America's 'epidemic' of murdered women

The nurse tracking America's 'epidemic' of murdered women

Dawn Wilcox’s project telling women’s stories is filling a gap in the country’s data on killingsDawn Wilcox adds more names to her list every day. Sometimes as many as 50.From her home in a quiet cul
Hammersmith Bridge closed to cars after critical faults found

Hammersmith Bridge closed to cars after critical faults found

Bridge remains open to cyclists and pedestrians but is closed indefinitely to motoristsA bridge over the Thames has been closed to traffic after the structure was found to have critical