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Pipe bomb suspect held without bail after first court appearance

Pipe bomb suspect held without bail after first court appearance

Prosecutors said Cesar Sayoc, who faces nearly 50 years in prison, presents a flight risk and is a serious danger to the publicPipe bombs suspect Cesar Sayoc was ordered to be held without bail on
Police arrest woman who spent £16m in Harrods

Police arrest woman who spent £16m in Harrods

Zamira Hajiyeva, who was the target of UK’s first unexplained wealth order, faces extraditionA woman who spent £16m in Harrods and was the target of the UK’s first unexplained wealth order has been
Royal Mint rejected Roald Dahl coin over antisemitic views

Royal Mint rejected Roald Dahl coin over antisemitic views

Exclusive: company dropped proposals to mark centenary of author’s birth, papers showPlans to celebrate the life of Roald Dahl with a commemorative coin were rejected because of concerns about the
Former SS guard, 94, weeps at testimony of Holocaust survivors

Former SS guard, 94, weeps at testimony of Holocaust survivors

German who served Nazis at Stutthof concentration camp charged with being accessory to hundreds of murdersA former SS guard wept in the dock on the first day of his trial for complicity in mass murder
UK accuses EU of Brexit bias as it refuses to endorse aid spending

UK accuses EU of Brexit bias as it refuses to endorse aid spending

Exclusive: in vote among 28 member states, UK declines for first time to back aid plansThe British government has taken the unprecedented step of refusing to endorse billions of pounds of EU spending
European 'clearing house' to bypass US sanctions against Iran

European 'clearing house' to bypass US sanctions against Iran

France or Germany possible hosts for SPV as EU looks to reward Tehran for nuclear dealA special clearing house designed to allow European companies that trade with Iran to bypass newly reimposed US
The Kindertransport children 80 years on: 'We thought we were going on an adventure'

The Kindertransport children 80 years on: 'We thought we were going on an adventure'

In 1938, the first of the Jewish Kindertransport children evacuated from Nazi Germany arrived in Britain. This week, we’re publishing the stories of six of those refugees, beginning here with Bob and
Midterm elections 2018: Ted Cruz projected to beat Beto O'Rourke – live

Midterm elections 2018: Ted Cruz projected to beat Beto O'Rourke – live

O’Rourke looks to have failed in bid to unseat Ted CruzMany House and Senate races remain closeLive results tracker – state by state Sign up to the Guardian’s new US morning briefing 3.28am GMT As
National Trust branded 'ridiculous' for covering up paintings of men

National Trust branded 'ridiculous' for covering up paintings of men

Exhibition aiming to celebrate life of Margaret Armstrong hid artworks with male subjectsIt was designed as an exhibition to promote the role of women and celebrate the life of Margaret Armstrong, the
Six far-right suspects held over violence plot against Emmanuel Macron

Six far-right suspects held over violence plot against Emmanuel Macron

French president may have been target of ‘violent action’ plot, anti-terror police saySix people linked to the far right have been detained in connection with a “violent” plot against the French
Uganda vaccinates at-risk health workers as Ebola spreads in Congo

Uganda vaccinates at-risk health workers as Ebola spreads in Congo

Country becomes first to administer experimental vaccine without active outbreak of the deadly disease, in bid to protect 2,000 medics close to DRC borderUganda is to administer an experimental Ebola
China says UN criticism of human rights record is 'politically driven'

China says UN criticism of human rights record is 'politically driven'

Beijing rejects claim of a ‘deterioration’ in its human rights amid scrutiny of mass detentionsChina has defended its human rights record after the first UN assessment since 2013 criticised the mass
We're in constant fear of armed attack as we treat Ebola patients in Congo | Eric Mukama

We're in constant fear of armed attack as we treat Ebola patients in Congo | Eric Mukama

As a doctor in DRC, I know the harsh reality of attempting to fight an epidemic on the frontline of a conflict zoneI have been responding to different disease outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of
Briton admits killing his newlywed wife at sea

Briton admits killing his newlywed wife at sea

Lewis Bennett faces a maximum of eight years in prison after admitting involuntary manslaughter of his wife Isabella HellmannA man with dual British and Australian citizenship whose newlywed wife went
A Star Is Born classification changed after New Zealand teens 'severely triggered'

A Star Is Born classification changed after New Zealand teens 'severely triggered'

Warning added to Bradley Cooper/Lady Gaga musical after complaints from victim-support and mental-health organisations• This article contains spoilersThe head of the New Zealand film classification
US midterms: Trump makes baseless claims about 'caravans and crime' – video report

US midterms: Trump makes baseless claims about 'caravans and crime' – video report

The US president, Donald Trump, made a series of media appearances and campaign rallies in Ohio, Indiana and Missouri the day before elections that will determine whether his Republican party retains
Arron Banks' firm and Leave. EU face £135k fine over data misuse

Arron Banks' firm and Leave. EU face £135k fine over data misuse

Information commissioner’s report says fines levied for ‘serious breaches’ of data lawsThe Brexit campaign group Leave.EU and an insurance company owned by Arron Banks face fines totalling £135,000
Arron Banks' firm and Leave. EU face £135,000 fine over data misuse - live

Arron Banks' firm and Leave. EU face £135,000 fine over data misuse - live

Fines announced as information commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, is giving evidence to parliament’s DCMS committee• Follow all the political reaction here 12.25pm GMT Farrelly: “You’ve called for
May says she will not agree Brexit deal 'at any cost' as No 10 hints cabinet decision imminent - Politics live

May says she will not agree Brexit deal 'at any cost' as No 10 hints cabinet decision imminent - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen• Arron Banks’s firm and Leave. EU fined £135,000 over data misuse - live 2.14pm GMT Gary Gibbon, Channel 4 News’ political editor,
Canada debates assisted death laws after woman is forced to end life early

Canada debates assisted death laws after woman is forced to end life early

Audrey Parker was assessed and approved for medically assisted death, but because federal law requires that she be lucid at the time of death her plans were derailedFor weeks, Audrey Parker had been