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Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast | Timothy Garton Ash

Europe’s door is still open – but Britain will have to move fast | Timothy Garton Ash

The EU is fed up with the UK’s Brexit drama, but would extend article 50 to allow for a second referendumAs Britain agonises over its destiny, I’ve been in Brussels discovering what other Europeans
Japan's spiritual home of rugby can't wait to host World Cup

Japan's spiritual home of rugby can't wait to host World Cup

As the Brave Blossoms face England at Twickenham, their stunning 34-32 victory over South Africa at the last World Cup is still fresh in Japanese mindsWhile Japan’s players celebrated their stunning
Submarine that vanished with 44 crew is found sunken in Atlantic

Submarine that vanished with 44 crew is found sunken in Atlantic

ARA San Juan detected 800 metres deep in waters off the Valdes Peninsula in Argentine Patagonia, a year after it disappearedSearchers have found the missing Argentinian submarine ARA San Juan deep in
Venice jewellery heist: expert insight from the 'gentleman thief’

Venice jewellery heist: expert insight from the 'gentleman thief’

Vincenzo Pepino, the only other person to have successfully robbed Doge’s Palace, suspects £1.7m theft was an inside job Until January, only one other person had pulled off a burglary at Doge’s
'Bold' call to break into Brisbane’s empty buildings to house homeless

'Bold' call to break into Brisbane’s empty buildings to house homeless

Greens councillor calls for civil disobedience campaign to establish crisis accommodation in vacant government properties Advocates for Brisbane’s growing homeless population, led by a city
Stink hits darts grand slam as match features flatulent end

Stink hits darts grand slam as match features flatulent end

Gary Anderson and Wesley Harms both deny responsibility for ‘rotten’ fart smell during Wolverhampton tournamentThe world of professional darts has been rocked by two players accusing each other of
Apec leaders at odds over globalisation and free trade

Apec leaders at odds over globalisation and free trade

Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad warns economic integration leaving many behind but Australia, China and Russia condemn protectionismFault lines were quick to emerge over the future of free trade as
Saudi women mount ‘inside-out’ abaya protest

Saudi women mount ‘inside-out’ abaya protest

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman says wearing the robe is not mandatory in Islam, but in practice nothing has changed Saudi women have mounted a rare protest against the abaya, posting pictures on
Indonesia's love affair with its dying natural disaster spokesman

Indonesia's love affair with its dying natural disaster spokesman

Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, who has stage 4 cancer, guides the country through 2,300 disasters each year and has become a national treasureSutopo Purwo Nugroho is the busiest man in Indonesia. As the
CIA finds Saudi crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi killing – report

CIA finds Saudi crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi killing – report

Trump stresses Saudi trade ties after report that Mohammed bin Salman’s brother advised journalist to attend Istanbul consulateThe CIA has concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered
Turnbull says climate change has become a 'third rail' for Liberal party

Turnbull says climate change has become a 'third rail' for Liberal party

Former PM tells Bar Association that policy remains evasive as long as group of Coalition MPs believes climate change is a fraudThe former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says a “constituency” of
Stacey Abrams: Republican Brian Kemp will be Georgia's next governor

Stacey Abrams: Republican Brian Kemp will be Georgia's next governor

Democrat Abrams acknowledges Kemp will win race that had been too close to call – but refuses to call it a concessionThe Democrat Stacey Abrams has acknowledged that the Republican Brian Kemp will be
Greens event won’t have formal debate on Jeremy Buckingham allegations

Greens event won’t have formal debate on Jeremy Buckingham allegations

National convener describes infighting within NSW branch as ‘heartbreaking’ for women in the partyThe Greens national convener, Rebecca Galdies, has described the crisis gripping the New South Wales
The Coalition’s Israel embassy move trashes Australia’s reputation as a serious country | Bob Carr

The Coalition’s Israel embassy move trashes Australia’s reputation as a serious country | Bob Carr

Shifting the embassy is wrong and Josh Frydenberg’s intervention helps Labor sound like a governmentWe don’t settle on an Israel policy to please our Asian neighbours. No one should even hint we
'I've answered them very easily': Trump on Mueller investigation questions – video

'I've answered them very easily': Trump on Mueller investigation questions – video

The US president says he has finished, but not submitted, answers for Robert Mueller's Russia inquiry, telling reporters: 'They were my answers, you don't need lawyers to do that.' Donald Trump said
North Korea expels US citizen who attempted to enter illegally

North Korea expels US citizen who attempted to enter illegally

Lawrence Bruce Byron, who claimed to be under CIA command, had been in custody after crossing in from China on 16 OctoberNorth Korea has expelled a US citizen who tried to enter illegally, an
‘There’s always hope’: John Kerry on Donald Trump, the US midterms and climate change – video

‘There’s always hope’: John Kerry on Donald Trump, the US midterms and climate change – video

John Kerry, the former US presidential candidate and secretary of state for the Obama administration, discusses his life and career with the Observer's chief political commentator, Andrew Rawnsley.
French woman jailed for keeping baby in car boot

French woman jailed for keeping baby in car boot

‘Wilful neglect’ by Rosa Maria Da Cruz contributed to youngest child developing autismA French court has sentenced a woman who kept her baby hidden in the maggot-infested boot of her car to two years
Scott Morrison to take on backlash against trade deals at Apec

Scott Morrison to take on backlash against trade deals at Apec

Prime minister to declare trade liberalisation and open markets are ‘the economic values we believe in’Scott Morrison has declared Australia will push back against the rising tide of trade
'Merkel Muss Weg': far-right protests target German chancellor in Chemnitz

'Merkel Muss Weg': far-right protests target German chancellor in Chemnitz

Up to 1,200 demonstrators gather as German chancellor visits city, which has become a hotbed of aggression It had been dubbed a stop on “Angela Merkel’s farewell tour” by the far-right, who promised