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California wildfires: Camp fire becomes state's deadliest with 42 people killed

California wildfires: Camp fire becomes state's deadliest with 42 people killed

Two people have died in the Woolsey fire around Los AngelesStatewide, 150,000 displaced and 8,000 fire crews deployedThe Camp fire in northern California has killed 42 people, making it the deadliest
Threatin: band creates fake fanbase for tour attended by no one

Threatin: band creates fake fanbase for tour attended by no one

US-based ‘band’ embarked on a tour of empty venues in the UK – having been booked on the basis of a fake online fanbaseOne of the greatest art rock pranks of all time – or a hugely expensive exercise
Trudeau says Canada has heard Turkish tape of Khashoggi murder

Trudeau says Canada has heard Turkish tape of Khashoggi murder

PM is first western leader to confirm Turkey has shared audio with other countriesCanada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has become the first western leader to confirm Turkish claims that an audio
Met finds no evidence in Suzy Lamplugh case after digging up garden

Met finds no evidence in Suzy Lamplugh case after digging up garden

Officers excavating former home of key suspect’s mother prepare to leave Sutton ColdfieldPolice investigating the 1986 disappearance of the estate agent Suzy Lamplugh have found no evidence after
Labour to use humble address vote to try to force government to release Brexit legal advice - Politics live

Labour to use humble address vote to try to force government to release Brexit legal advice - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenGordon Brown’s Brexit speech and Q&A - Summary 5.21pm GMT Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Conservative Brexiter and chair of the European
Delhi urges tourists not to risk lives for selfies on new bridge

Delhi urges tourists not to risk lives for selfies on new bridge

Photos of people climbing on Signature Bridge cables emerge as India tries to prevent more selfie deathsAuthorities in Delhi were hoping a newly opened bridge would be a draw for tourists – but are
Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia signals production cut

Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia signals production cut

Energy minister’s remarks help lift price, with Opec likely to confirm move next monthOil prices have staged a recovery, climbing above $70 a barrel after Saudi Arabia said the world’s major crude
'The lesson is to be hopeful': Ilhan Omar's journey from Somali refugee to US Congress

'The lesson is to be hopeful': Ilhan Omar's journey from Somali refugee to US Congress

The 36-year-old politician, who will assume office in January, hopes her remarkable story can inspire the next generationIlhan Omar, who lived in a Somali refugee camp when she was a girl and was
May’s Brexiter anarchists are deserting her – but they don’t have a plan | Simon Jenkins

May’s Brexiter anarchists are deserting her – but they don’t have a plan | Simon Jenkins

The prime minster is trying to find a way through a political nightmare, but party discipline is disintegrating around herMembers of Theresa May’s cabinet apparently hold “significant reservations”
Monday US briefing: At least 31 people dead in California wildfires

Monday US briefing: At least 31 people dead in California wildfires

Trump skipped armistice event to avoid causing traffic jams ... Whitaker’s rise driven by partisan attacks on Democrats ... Planned Parenthood boss warns of women’s health ‘emergency’Good morning, I’m
UK all but gives up on November Brexit summit

UK all but gives up on November Brexit summit

Absence of breakthrough on Irish border backstop means meeting to sign off draft deal is increasingly unlikelyBritain has all but given up on a special Brexit summit at the end of November as there
EU states call for tough action on deforestation to meet 2020 UN goal

EU states call for tough action on deforestation to meet 2020 UN goal

Show leadership to halt forest loss from agribusiness, Amsterdam Declaration group tells EUThe UK, France and Germany have called on the European commission to launch tough new action to halt
Briton dies from rabies after trip to Morocco

Briton dies from rabies after trip to Morocco

UK resident infected with disease after being bitten by cat, says Public Health EnglandA Briton has died after contracting rabies while visiting Morocco, public health officials have said.The UK
Tobacco shares go up in smoke amid US crackdown plan

Tobacco shares go up in smoke amid US crackdown plan

BAT and Imperial Brands slide as FDA considers menthol ban and tougher e-cigarette rulesBritish American Tobacco and Imperial Brands had £7bn wiped from their stock market value as US regulators
Neil Young criticises Trump after losing his home in California fires

Neil Young criticises Trump after losing his home in California fires

Songwriter says state is vulnerable because of climate change and accuses US president of defying scienceNeil Young has criticised Donald Trump for his reluctance to act on climate change after
California wildfires: rescuers search for victims as winds fuel flames – video

California wildfires: rescuers search for victims as winds fuel flames – video

Wildfires continue to wreak havoc across California. In the north on Sunday, investigators searching for human remains scoured wreckage left by the most destructive fire in state records. In southern
Teenager charged after four die in Sheffield car crash after police chase

Teenager charged after four die in Sheffield car crash after police chase

Elliott Bower, 18, accused of crashing VW Golf into people carrier on Friday nightA teenager has been charged with causing the deaths of four people in a car crash.Elliott Bower is accused of driving
BTS should apologise to Japan and Nazi victims, says rabbi

BTS should apologise to Japan and Nazi victims, says rabbi

K-pop band accused of mocking the past as row over ‘atomic bomb’ T-shirt continuesA Jewish human rights organisation has condemned the K-pop band BTS over photographs of them wearing Nazi-style
Katharine Viner: 'The Guardian's reader funding model is working. It's inspiring'

Katharine Viner: 'The Guardian's reader funding model is working. It's inspiring'

The Guardian’s editor-in-chief reflects on the state of media today and explains how the support of one million readers has enabled us to report and investigate the most important stories of our time
Labour's Keir Starmer says Brexit can be stopped

Labour's Keir Starmer says Brexit can be stopped

Shadow Brexit secretary contradicts Corbyn’s recent remarks and reaffirms second referendum optionThe UK’s departure from the EU still can be halted, Keir Starmer, Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary,