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Eurozone ministers line up behind EU in Italy budget dispute

Eurozone ministers line up behind EU in Italy budget dispute

Bruno Le Maire says future of euro at stake as finance chiefs urge Rome to rethink policies Several eurozone finance ministers have come out to back Brussels in a row with Italy’s populist government
'People are despairing': Iranians brace for sanctions to bite

'People are despairing': Iranians brace for sanctions to bite

Gloom spreads as dollar price rockets while action is welcomed by region’s US allies Iranians were bracing themselves for a period of economic hardship on Monday after sweeping US sanctions came into
La caravana: On the road with the migrant caravan  – video

La caravana: On the road with the migrant caravan – video

Thousands of migrants from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala head north hoping to find work and a better life in the US. The largest Central American caravan in decades keeps growing as thousands
Ivanka Trump joins father on stage at final rally – midterms live

Ivanka Trump joins father on stage at final rally – midterms live

President travels to Ohio, Indiana and Missouri for final push 4.20am GMT Trump is now attacking Democratic senator Claire McCaskill, who beat Todd Akin in 2012 after the Republican infamously said,
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May to face cabinet after Varadkar stands firm on Brexit backstop

May to face cabinet after Varadkar stands firm on Brexit backstop

Taoiseach’s position could mean UK being tied to EU customs union in long termTheresa May is to face her cabinet at a critical point in the Brexit negotiations after the Irish premier told her he
MoD could face £14bn budget shortfall, say auditors

MoD could face £14bn budget shortfall, say auditors

National Audit Office warns MoD it is in danger of wasting money with short-term choicesGavin Williamson has come under pressure to deal with a potential £14.8bn black hole in the Ministry of
Cameroon: 79 pupils kidnapped from boarding school

Cameroon: 79 pupils kidnapped from boarding school

Students describe late-night armed raid in English-speaking town of BamendaSuspected secessionists in Cameroon have kidnapped dozens of pupils from a boarding school in an attack reminiscent of Boko
Ukraine activist Kateryna Handzyuk dies from acid attack

Ukraine activist Kateryna Handzyuk dies from acid attack

Campaigner’s death sparks protests and EU concern about violence against civil societyA Ukrainian anti-corruption activist has died from wounds caused by an acid attack, sparking local protests and
Don DeLillo on Trump's America: 'I'm not sure the country is recoverable'

Don DeLillo on Trump's America: 'I'm not sure the country is recoverable'

He has spent half a century dissecting America’s dreams and nightmares. Now the great novelist is imagining what his ‘deluged’ country will be like three years from today Whenever he’s able to
Jamal Khashoggi’s sons appeal for father's body to be returned

Jamal Khashoggi’s sons appeal for father's body to be returned

Salah and Abdullah break silence as more details emerge of alleged Saudi cover-upJamal Khashoggi’s sons have appealed to the Turkish and Saudi authorities to find and return their father’s body for a
Spice Girls announce reunion tour – without Victoria Beckham

Spice Girls announce reunion tour – without Victoria Beckham

Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm will tour the UK in 2019When five become four (again): the Spice Girls have announced a 2019 tour without founding member Victoria
BHP suspends WA rail operations after train travels 92km with no driver

BHP suspends WA rail operations after train travels 92km with no driver

Train hurtled along Newman to Port Hedland line in Pilbara region for 50 minutes until it was deliberately derailed BHP has suspended all rail operations in Western Australia after a runaway train
When newsrooms are dominated by white people, they miss crucial facts

When newsrooms are dominated by white people, they miss crucial facts

In a time where race has emerged as a central theme in politics, the media has a problem with representationFive years ago, I came across an article in the New York Times about a spate of robberies in
Trump’s sanctions against Iran help the US’s enemies and weaken its friends| Simon Jenkins

Trump’s sanctions against Iran help the US’s enemies and weaken its friends| Simon Jenkins

Economic sanctions never work – they are a blunt tool that will destabilise the Middle East and embolden hardlinersEconomic sanctions are state aggression. As of today, those imposed by the US against
Monday US briefing: Trump v Obama, Iran sanctions and Kris Kobach

Monday US briefing: Trump v Obama, Iran sanctions and Kris Kobach

Rouhani says new US sanctions put Iran in ‘war situation’ ... Kobach took donations from white nationalist sympathisers ... Xi Jinping promises greater openness amid US-China trade warGood morning,
Metropolitan police rush to set up no-deal Brexit 'safety net unit'

Metropolitan police rush to set up no-deal Brexit 'safety net unit'

Exclusive: £2.4m unit set up after warnings over loss of access to EU policing toolsA “no deal safety net unit” is being rushed through by Scotland Yard at a cost of more than £2.4m after police
Tell us about the things you do that represent non-capitalist living

Tell us about the things you do that represent non-capitalist living

From freecycling to volunteering, we’d like to hear about the things you do that go against the capitalist and consumerist grain “Most of us would say, if asked, that we live in a capitalist society,
Obama v Trump: contrasting pitches as midterms loom – video

Obama v Trump: contrasting pitches as midterms loom – video

With Tuesday's midterm elections fast approaching, Donald Trump and Barack Obama both took to the stump on Sunday. Trump, addressing a crowd in Macon, Georgia, set out his now familiar dystopia of an
Sadiq Khan defends violent crime strategy after London stabbings

Sadiq Khan defends violent crime strategy after London stabbings

Speaking after three people die in capital, mayor says public health approach will take timeEfforts to reduce violent crimes such as stabbings by treating them in part as a public health issue could