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Six rescued unhurt after Chicago skyscraper elevator plummets 85 storeys

Six rescued unhurt after Chicago skyscraper elevator plummets 85 storeys

One of several cables holding elevator broke and car fell rapidlySix people including pregnant woman rescued by firefightersSix people, including a pregnant woman, have plummeted 84 floors in an
Guatemala volcano eruption forces evacuation of 4,000 residents

Guatemala volcano eruption forces evacuation of 4,000 residents

Red-hot rock and ashes cascade down slopesVolcano of fire sends ash drifting eastwards towards capitalAbout 4,000 residents have been evacuated from Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire as red-hot rock and ash
India to build 1,900 miles of walls along railways to cut track deaths

India to build 1,900 miles of walls along railways to cut track deaths

Railways ministry hopes barriers will help prevent thousands of deaths each yearIndia plans to build 1,864 miles of walls along its railways in an attempt to cut the tens of thousands of deaths that
Dead fish to power cruise ships

Dead fish to power cruise ships

Norwegian company to fuel liners with biogas made from leftovers of fish processingWaste fish parts will be used to power ships in a new initiative to use green energy for polluting cruise liners.The
White House backs down in fight with CNN over Jim Acosta's press pass – live

White House backs down in fight with CNN over Jim Acosta's press pass – live

Trump administration confirms reporter’s hard pass will be restoredLetter warns of consequences if he breaks new ruleSign up for the Guardian’s new US morning briefing 9.02pm GMT We’re bringing
Iran will thrive despite US sanctions, says foreign minister

Iran will thrive despite US sanctions, says foreign minister

Javad Zarif insists restrictive measures will strengthen Iranian resolve to resistFollow the latest US politics news liveIran’s foreign minister has said his country will not only survive newly
John Worboys must stay in prison, says Parole Board

John Worboys must stay in prison, says Parole Board

Reassessment of case of serial sex attacker jailed in 2009 follows public outcry last yearThe serial sex attacker John Worboys must stay in prison, the Parole Board has ruled, in a decision that
Jim Acosta: White House backs down in fight over CNN reporter's pass

Jim Acosta: White House backs down in fight over CNN reporter's pass

Trump administration had earlier sent Acosta a letter saying credentials would be pulled when 14-day order is overFollow the latest US politics news liveThe White House has backed down in its fight
Zimbabwe 'state agents' tried to cover up post-election violence, say doctors

Zimbabwe 'state agents' tried to cover up post-election violence, say doctors

Government pathologists forced to describe gunshot wounds as stab injuries, report allegesDoctors in Zimbabwe have accused “state agents” of pressuring medical officials to falsify diagnoses to cover
Brexit talks: work still needed on future ties declaration, says No 10

Brexit talks: work still needed on future ties declaration, says No 10

Draft form contains language Brexiters take to be a step towards a permanent customs union Follow the latest Brexit news and reaction – live updates Significant progress is still needed in the Brexit
Corbyn claims EU will be willing to renegotiate Brexit deal at 11th hour - Politics live

Corbyn claims EU will be willing to renegotiate Brexit deal at 11th hour - Politics live

Labour leader addresses the CBI after Theresa May’s said businesses would lose out from plans to stop low-skilled EU workers coming to the UKMay’s speech to CBI conference - Summary and
Sheikh Ahmad al-Sabah stands down from IOC amid forgery allegations

Sheikh Ahmad al-Sabah stands down from IOC amid forgery allegations

• Kuwaiti accused of faking videos against government officials • Sheikh Ahmad steps down pending ethics committee hearingSheikh Ahmad al-Sabah, whose influence and wealth made him one of the most
Paul Gascoigne denies sexual assaulting woman on train

Paul Gascoigne denies sexual assaulting woman on train

Ex-England footballer, 51, to appear in court over incident on York to Durham trainThe former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has issued an emotional denial on social media after it emerged he has
European travel ban imposed on 18 Saudis over Khashoggi killing

European travel ban imposed on 18 Saudis over Khashoggi killing

Ban covering 26-nation Schengen zone was coordinated with France and UK, Germany saysGermany has imposed European travel bans on 18 Saudi nationals suspected of involvement in the murder of Jamal
PM tells CBI: Brexit deal will set UK on path to prosperity

PM tells CBI: Brexit deal will set UK on path to prosperity

Theresa May attempts to seize initiative back from critics with speech emphasising positive aspects of Brexit • Follow the latest political news and reaction - live updatesTheresa May has told
Make America Rake Again: Finland baffled by Trump's forest fire raking claim

Make America Rake Again: Finland baffled by Trump's forest fire raking claim

Social media users mock US president’s insistence on Finnish forest defence methodThe people of Finland have reacted with bemusement on social media at Donald Trump’s assertions that the country rakes
National Trust criticised after hiring marksman to cull wild boar at Stourhead estate

National Trust criticised after hiring marksman to cull wild boar at Stourhead estate

Animals to be removed from Stourhead estate after complaints from ‘intimidated’ visitorsThe National Trust has been criticised for planning to cull wild boar at its Stourhead estate in Wiltshire.
A community grieves for people killed in DRC violence – in pictures

A community grieves for people killed in DRC violence – in pictures

The town of Beni in the Democratic Republic of the Congo mourns victims of an attack blamed on rebels from the Ugandan Allied Democratic Forces Continue reading...
Turkish coastguard rescues 44 people stuck on island

Turkish coastguard rescues 44 people stuck on island

Two helicopters and one boat sent to rescue people who had attempted sea crossing to Greece Turkey’s coastguard has rescued 44 people stuck on an island after they attempted the crossing to Greece.The
Russian prosecutors bring fresh charges against Kremlin critic Bill Browder

Russian prosecutors bring fresh charges against Kremlin critic Bill Browder

New move over 2009 prison death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky brings fresh alarm over possible Russian Interpol appointmentRussian authorities have announced new charges against the US-born British