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Maria Ressa: editor of Rappler news website arrested on 'cyber-libel' charges

Maria Ressa: editor of Rappler news website arrested on 'cyber-libel' charges

Philippines president Duterte government accused of shameless persecution The editor of an online newspaper in the Philippines has been arrested on charges of cyber-libel as part of what the country’s
Government shutdown: tension rises as 'not happy' Trump mulls border deal

Government shutdown: tension rises as 'not happy' Trump mulls border deal

Government to close again if no deal done by midnight Friday Agreement could face difficulties before it reaches Oval OfficeWith the final clock now ticking before the US enters the second government
Bikes put spanner in works of Dutch driverless car schemes

Bikes put spanner in works of Dutch driverless car schemes

Report highlights problems bicycles cause to self-driving cars’ detection systemsThe Dutch love affair with the bicycle has emerged as an obstacle to government plans to introduce driverless cars to
Hungary tells UK Jewish group to 'mind its own business' over antisemitism

Hungary tells UK Jewish group to 'mind its own business' over antisemitism

President of Board of Deputies of British Jews had raised concerns over stance of Hungary’s PM and governmentA Hungarian government minister has accused a senior representative of British Jews of
Time running out to turn Yemen ceasefire into peace, says Hunt

Time running out to turn Yemen ceasefire into peace, says Hunt

Lack of trust between warring countries putting people at risk, UK foreign secretary says Jeremy Hunt has warned of “a shortening window of opportunity” to save Yemen’s partial ceasefire in advance of
Man arrested in connection with deaths of three elderly men in Exeter

Man arrested in connection with deaths of three elderly men in Exeter

Detectives are linking deaths of men in their 80s whose bodies were found within 24 hoursDetectives are linking the deaths of three elderly men whose bodies were found within 24 hours in Exeter.Devon
Gospel glamour: how Nigeria's pastors wield political power

Gospel glamour: how Nigeria's pastors wield political power

With days to go before the presidential election, four-time candidate Chris Okotie insists he is the man for the top jobDressed in a white outfit delicately striped with gold and carrying a white
Nasa confirms Mars rover Opportunity is dead

Nasa confirms Mars rover Opportunity is dead

Robot the size of a golf buggy has sent data to Earth for 15 years but fell silent eight months ago and Nasa says mission is completeNasa declared the 15-year mission of the veteran Mars rover
Freight industry fears security check chaos under no-deal Brexit

Freight industry fears security check chaos under no-deal Brexit

Transport body warns UK lorries would need counter-terrorism safety certificatesThe freight industry has warned of the potential for a fresh Brexit ferry fiasco after it emerged all British truckers
Brexit: UK has rolled over just £16bn out of £117bn trade deals

Brexit: UK has rolled over just £16bn out of £117bn trade deals

Liam Fox has agreed deals with only seven of 69 countries covered by EU arrangementsThe government’s push to roll over EU trade deals from which the UK currently benefits has yielded agreements
US briefing: border deal, El Chapo and a California police shooting

US briefing: border deal, El Chapo and a California police shooting

Wednesday’s top story: Trump not ‘thrilled’ with shutdown agreement. Plus, Tommy Wiseau follows up The RoomGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories. Continue reading...
Guy Verhofstadt calls Italian PM 'puppet' in angry exchange

Guy Verhofstadt calls Italian PM 'puppet' in angry exchange

MEP tells Giuseppe Conte: ‘It hurts me to see the political degeneration of Italy’A fiery exchange broke out in the European parliament on Tuesday after MEP Guy Verhofstadt called the Italian prime
Meghan 'vilified and chased' by press like Diana, says George Clooney

Meghan 'vilified and chased' by press like Diana, says George Clooney

The duchess – whose first child is due soon – gets a ‘raw deal’ from media, the film star tells an Australian magazineMeghan, Duchess of Sussex, is being “vilified and chased” by the tabloid press in
In a Time of Monsters: Travels Through a Middle East in Revolt by Emma Sky – review

In a Time of Monsters: Travels Through a Middle East in Revolt by Emma Sky – review

The former political adviser dines with sheikhs and stays with ambassadors to grasp how a generation let down the Middle EastWhen the Arab spring spread across the Middle East eight years ago, many
Stolen bonsai trees ‘like our children’,  couple say in plea to thieves

Stolen bonsai trees ‘like our children’, couple say in plea to thieves

Four-hundred-year-old juniper worth £42k among trees taken from home near Tokyo Two bonsai enthusiasts in Japan have pleaded for the safe return of seven trees worth tens of thousands of pounds that
UK political groups spied on by undercover police – the list

UK political groups spied on by undercover police – the list

Database shows overwhelming scale of spying on leftwing and progressive groupsDo you have information about this story you would like to share? Undercover police officers have spied on more than 1,000
'I felt terrible': Aziz Ansari addresses misconduct claims during comedy set

'I felt terrible': Aziz Ansari addresses misconduct claims during comedy set

The Master of None creator speaks extensively about allegations made against him for the first time during sold-out show in New YorkAziz Ansari, the creator of Master of None, has for the first time
Blow for Carlos Ghosn as Renault votes unanimously for pay cut

Blow for Carlos Ghosn as Renault votes unanimously for pay cut

Former Renault-Nissan chief is to lose €30m in pay and shares as his lawyer quitsRenault’s board of directors has voted unanimously to strip former boss Carlos Ghosn of up to €30m (£26m) in pay and
Water flows at key sites in Murray-Darling are worse than before basin plan, report says

Water flows at key sites in Murray-Darling are worse than before basin plan, report says

Wentworth Group finds the Murray-Darling Basin Plan’s environmental objectives are not being metWater flows at key environmental sites in the Murray-Darling Basin are unimproved or worse than before
'If it gets me, it gets me': the town where residents live alongside polar bears

'If it gets me, it gets me': the town where residents live alongside polar bears

Residents of Churchill, Canada share their streets with the largest land carnivore in the world as their isolated town’s identity faces a reckoning: a revitalized port Spend enough time in Churchill,