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Angela Merkel's rightwing rival Horst Seehofer could quit

Angela Merkel's rightwing rival Horst Seehofer could quit

Sources close to leader of CDU’s sister party tell media he is ready to stand downHorst Seehofer, the longtime conservative rival of Angela Merkel, could be ready to stand down as leader of his party,
Rwandan who challenged president faces 22 years in jail as trial opens

Rwandan who challenged president faces 22 years in jail as trial opens

Diane Rwigara denies forgery and inciting insurrection in court in Kigali as prosecutors call for 22-year jail termThe trial of Rwanda’s leading dissident politician has opened with a demand from
Pakistan blasphemy case: Asia Bibi freed from jail

Pakistan blasphemy case: Asia Bibi freed from jail

Christian labourer has left detention facility but has to stay in PakistanAsia Bibi, the Christian farm labourer whose blasphemy case has triggered violent protests and assassinations in Pakistan, has
Death threats and denunciations: artists fear Bolsonaro's Brazil

Death threats and denunciations: artists fear Bolsonaro's Brazil

Some have employed security guards. Others have fled. With Jair Bolsonaro about to take power, many artists in Brazil fear the censorship and intimidation they currently endure are about to get much
London teenager stabbed amid spate of knife crime

London teenager stabbed amid spate of knife crime

Boy and man seriously ill in hospital after incidents in White City and Hackney A teenage boy and a man are seriously ill in hospital after becoming the latest victims of separate knife attacks in
Nationalist march banned in Warsaw amid fears of violence

Nationalist march banned in Warsaw amid fears of violence

Far-right nationalist groups are among the organisers and some plan to defy interdictionWarsaw’s mayor has banned a nationalist march planned for Sunday to mark the centenary of Polish independence,
The key midterms voter trends: high turnout and youth surge for Democrats

The key midterms voter trends: high turnout and youth surge for Democrats

Other voter trends: 60% of white men voted for the Republican party while white women were split between the two partiesMidterms elections – live updatesMidterms lessons – five key takeawaysA clear
Macron's plan to pay tribute to Nazi collaborator Pétain stirs anger

Macron's plan to pay tribute to Nazi collaborator Pétain stirs anger

Marshal Pétain was a first world war hero, but later disgraced as head of Vichy FranceThe French president has said it is “legitimate” to pay tribute to Marshal Philippe Pétain, who led the French
Midterm lessons: five key takeaways from the election results

Midterm lessons: five key takeaways from the election results

Trump will face new levels of scrutiny from Congress, but despite Democratic gains he looks in a strong position for 2020Midterm elections – live updatesMidterms results – live trackerShare your
The trailblazing candidates who have broken barriers in the midterms – video

The trailblazing candidates who have broken barriers in the midterms – video

From the first Muslim women in Congress to the nation’s first Native American congresswomen, a diverse range of candidates have made history at the midterms. According to an analysis by the New York
Republicans warn Trump not to shut down Russia inquiry – as it happens

Republicans warn Trump not to shut down Russia inquiry – as it happens

Matt Whitaker, acting attorney general, called for limits on inquirySessions, US attorney general, fired by Trump Live midterms results Sign up to the Guardian’s new US morning briefing 2.56am GMT
Ryanair sacks six cabin crew after 'staged' photo sleeping on airport floor

Ryanair sacks six cabin crew after 'staged' photo sleeping on airport floor

The staff members involved were moved to a VIP lounge in Malaga airport, the airline saysRyanair has sacked six cabin crew staff after they allegedly staged a photo showing themselves sleeping on an
Tory councillor wears blackface at Kent bonfire celebrations

Tory councillor wears blackface at Kent bonfire celebrations

Hever Anglican school apologises for ‘error of judgment’ by small number of PTAA parent-teacher association for an Anglican primary school in Kent has apologised after members taking part in a
Our fashion choices always reveal something about us – even Julia Roberts’s armpit hair

Our fashion choices always reveal something about us – even Julia Roberts’s armpit hair

The actor, whose unshaven look was so inspiring in the 1990s, is a living embodiment of how the way we present ourselves is always a form of self expressionCan someone ever just wear clothes without
Vietnam GP: F1 reveals track map for Hanoi street race in 2020 – video

Vietnam GP: F1 reveals track map for Hanoi street race in 2020 – video

Vietnam will join the Formula One calendar in 2020 as the first new race announced since Liberty Media bought the commercial rights to the series. The Hanoi round of the championship, which will be
Cameroon: kidnapped pupils released, say authorities

Cameroon: kidnapped pupils released, say authorities

Dozens freed after being taken by separatists but principal and teacher still missingDozens of pupils kidnapped from a Presbyterian boarding school in Cameroon three days ago have been released,
Democrats’ policy agenda likely to include cooperation with Trump

Democrats’ policy agenda likely to include cooperation with Trump

With Nancy Pelosi at their head, the new House majority is likely to pursue a policy agenda that may include cooperating with the White HouseMidterm elections – live updatesNow that Democrats have won
303 Squadron review – makeshift memorial to Polish sky fighters

303 Squadron review – makeshift memorial to Polish sky fighters

Major global conflict is presented on a tuppence-ha’penny budget in this not-especially-dramatic Battle of Britain matinee fillerAnother week, another plucky recruit to our ever-swelling reserves of
Macron’s plummeting ratings could mean defeat to Le Pen in European elections | Pauline Bock

Macron’s plummeting ratings could mean defeat to Le Pen in European elections | Pauline Bock

The French president wants to lead Europe against the forces of nationalism. But he needs to rally some support at homeLiberalism or populism? As both teams up the stakes ahead of next year’s European
What I've learned about men from countless hours of Tinder | Lane Moore

What I've learned about men from countless hours of Tinder | Lane Moore

Comedian Lane Moore has crafted an entire show out of swiping left, and right, on the app over the last four years. Here are her biggest takeawaysIn 2014, I started Tinder Live! – a comedy show