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China's economic growth slowest since 1990 amid trade war with US

China's economic growth slowest since 1990 amid trade war with US

Fears China may not be able to help shore up weakening global growth as GDP figures are slowest nation has reported in 28 yearsChina’s economy grew 6.6% in 2018, its slowest pace in almost 30 years,
Aiia Maasarwe murder accused Codey Herrmann remanded in custody until June

Aiia Maasarwe murder accused Codey Herrmann remanded in custody until June

Twenty-year-old’s court appearance comes as coroner prepares to release the Palestinian student’s body for repatriation and burial The man accused of the rape and murder of Palestinian student Aiia
Israeli military strikes Iranian targets inside Syria

Israeli military strikes Iranian targets inside Syria

Damascus rocked by explosions on second night of attacks, reportedly killing 11A second night of Israeli airstrikes have hit targets inside Syria in a tit-for-tat exchange that included the launch of
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rejects Aaron Sorkin's call for new Democrats to grow up

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rejects Aaron Sorkin's call for new Democrats to grow up

Congresswoman takes issue with the The West Wing creator’s suggestion that the fight for equality is a trendAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez has hit back at Aaron Sorkin after the Oscar-winning screenwriter
Abbott brushes off Jeff Kennett's call for Liberal veterans to go

Abbott brushes off Jeff Kennett's call for Liberal veterans to go

Kennett suggests Julie Bishop and Kevin Andrews stand aside, but Tony Abbott says party must avoid a ‘monoculture’Tony Abbott has brushed off Jeff Kennett’s call for generational change in the Liberal
World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam

World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam

Charity calls for 1% wealth tax, saying it would raise enough to educate every child not in schoolThe growing concentration of the world’s wealth has been highlighted by a report showing that the 26
EU citizen registration in UK could become 'new Windrush', say migration experts

EU citizen registration in UK could become 'new Windrush', say migration experts

Critics warn many could be left without legal status to stay if settlement scheme failsMigration experts have warned that the post-Brexit system for registering EU citizens living in the UK could
I pray in tongues every day, says archbishop of Canterbury

I pray in tongues every day, says archbishop of Canterbury

Church of England leader tells Christian radio station he speaks in tongues as part of 5am prayerThe leader of the Church of England has said that he prays in tongues every day – although the
Kentucky teenager denies mocking Native American veteran

Kentucky teenager denies mocking Native American veteran

Student Nick Sandmann says video of him next to Nathan Phillips has been misrepresented, leading to ‘outright lies’ A high school student seen with classmates appearing to confront a Native American
Violent protests in Athens as thousands rally against Macedonia deal – gallery

Violent protests in Athens as thousands rally against Macedonia deal – gallery

Greek parliament to vote this week to ratify proposed new name of its neighbour, the Republic of North Macedonia. Continue reading...
Morning mail: Trump amnesty offer, fears over encryption laws, invasive species threat

Morning mail: Trump amnesty offer, fears over encryption laws, invasive species threat

Monday: US president suggests legal status could be given to millions of undocumented immigrants. Plus: home affairs department plays down encryption law fearsGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan
'No solutions' to Irish backstop in May's Brexit call with cabinet

'No solutions' to Irish backstop in May's Brexit call with cabinet

Statement on Monday expected to focus on finding a remedy to issue that threatens to split Tory partyTheresa May is expected to reject calls to forge a cross-party consensus on Brexit when she lays
Zimbabwe warns brutal crackdown is 'foretaste of things to come'

Zimbabwe warns brutal crackdown is 'foretaste of things to come'

Presidential spokesman’s words add to concerns over harsh response to protestsA brutal crackdown in Zimbabwe that has followed protests against fuel price rises is “just a foretaste of things to
Thousands of Greeks protest over name change for Macedonia

Thousands of Greeks protest over name change for Macedonia

Protestors believe name deal does not do enough to protect term for ancient Greek kingdom Up to 100,000 Greeks converged on Athens on Sunday to demonstrate against a name-change deal with the Republic
The Guardian view on Trump and arms: can the doomsday clock be stopped? | Editorial

The Guardian view on Trump and arms: can the doomsday clock be stopped? | Editorial

The threat of an arms race is real and growing. The news of recent days has highlighted the dangersHow late is it now? On Thursday, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will announce the time on its
Perspective on black knife crime | Letters

Perspective on black knife crime | Letters

The causes of stabbings in the black community cannot be understood from intellectual or prejudicial positions, argues Julian Lee, while Nick Moss thinks widely used definitions of such crimes are
MPs to ambush May with amendments to stop no-deal Brexit

MPs to ambush May with amendments to stop no-deal Brexit

The PM is to present the next stage of her plan to get her deal through on MondayMPs are to ambush Theresa May’s statement on Monday with amendments aimed at stopping a no-deal Brexit, as well as
'Inhuman conditions': life in factory making Spice Girls T-shirts

'Inhuman conditions': life in factory making Spice Girls T-shirts

Staff at Bangladesh plant tell of fainting and abuse while sewing charity tops designed by groupRevealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour Salma has never even heard of
Revealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour

Revealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour

Workers producing tops sold to raise money for Comic Relief receive far below a living wage‘Inhuman conditions’: life in factory making Spice Girls T-shirtsSpice Girls T-shirts sold to raise money for
Trump may have spoken to Cohen before false testimony to Congress – Giuliani

Trump may have spoken to Cohen before false testimony to Congress – Giuliani

President’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said it would have been ‘perfectly normal’ for Trump to discuss testimony with CohenDonald Trump may have talked to Michael Cohen in advance about Cohen’s false