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Pakistan works to stop Asia Bibi leaving after blasphemy protests

Pakistan works to stop Asia Bibi leaving after blasphemy protests

Administration accused of signing Bibi’s ‘death warrant’ in deal with hardlinersPakistan’s government has been accused of signing the “death warrant” of Asia Bibi after it said it would begin the
Brett Kavanaugh to be denied inaugural walk down supreme court steps

Brett Kavanaugh to be denied inaugural walk down supreme court steps

‘Security concerns’ prompt abandonment of traditional appearance on courthouse steps after swearing-in ceremonyThe US supreme court issued a statement on Friday to say that its newest judge, Justice
UK and Ireland signal Irish border Brexit deal could be agreed soon

UK and Ireland signal Irish border Brexit deal could be agreed soon

Senior politicians say recent progress in talks could resolve the backstop imbroglioThe British and Irish governments have signalled that a Brexit deal is very close after a flurry of official talks
Trump said black people were 'too stupid' to vote for him, claims Michael Cohen – live

Trump said black people were 'too stupid' to vote for him, claims Michael Cohen – live

Cohen told Vanity Fair that Trump ‘repeatedly used racist language before his presidency’. Meanwhile, Obama speaks in Florida before midtermsSign up for Guardian US morning briefing 7.22pm GMT Trump
Boy, 17, stabbed to death outside Clapham South tube station

Boy, 17, stabbed to death outside Clapham South tube station

Killing of teenager at busy station is 115th homicide in London so far this yearA 17-year-old boy has been stabbed to death outside a busy south-west London tube station, police have said.Police
US-China trade deal fears and rising rates put dampener on global rally

US-China trade deal fears and rising rates put dampener on global rally

FTSE 100 closes down 18 points while Wall Street drops after release of strong jobs market dataA strong week for global stocks has ended on an uncertain note at a time of fears over delays to resolve
Trump administration to reimpose sanctions on Iran

Trump administration to reimpose sanctions on Iran

US officials say Washington to make the move next week, reversing Obama-era decisionSenior US officials have warned that Washington will next week reimpose all sanctions on Iran that were lifted by
Antarctic's future in doubt after plan for world's biggest marine reserve is blocked

Antarctic's future in doubt after plan for world's biggest marine reserve is blocked

Environmental groups say Russia, China and Norway played part in rejecting planA plan to turn a huge tract of pristine Antarctic ocean into the world’s biggest sanctuary has been rejected, throwing
'End war on Yemen's children': conflict escalates around Hodeidah hospital

'End war on Yemen's children': conflict escalates around Hodeidah hospital

UN warns heightening of hostilities following US ceasefire calls will have devastating impact on severely malnourished childrenFighting has intensified around the largest hospital operating in the
Bus careers off bridge in China as driver and passenger fight – video report

Bus careers off bridge in China as driver and passenger fight – video report

A bus plunged off a bridge and into the Yangtze River in Chongqing, China, after a fight between the driver and a passenger who had missed her stop.Rescuers lifted the wreckage from the river on
Nigerian army posts Trump video to justify shooting protesters

Nigerian army posts Trump video to justify shooting protesters

Defence spokesman says army posted Trump video after criticism that it used weapons against peaceful Shia MuslimsNigeria’s army has posted a video of Donald Trump saying soldiers would shoot migrants
Philip Green allegations: 'It's not banter, it's a climate of fear,' claim staff

Philip Green allegations: 'It's not banter, it's a climate of fear,' claim staff

Exclusive: employees allege mogul groped, threatened and humiliated workersCurrent and former employees of Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group have come forward to allege a climate of fear, bullying and
Israeli ad featuring model ripping off face veil draws criticism

Israeli ad featuring model ripping off face veil draws criticism

Video shows model Bar Refaeli removing niqab as ‘freedom is basic’ slogan appears on screenOne of Israel’s most prominent models has been criticised for appearing in an advert in which she rips off a
Flickr to delete millions of photos as it reduces allowance for free users

Flickr to delete millions of photos as it reduces allowance for free users

Photo-sharing site to limit free storage to 1,000 images as part of revamp under new ownersFlickr is to delete millions of photos from the internet, as its new owners attempt to sustain the
'Race against time': flag revoked for Aquarius migrant rescue ship

'Race against time': flag revoked for Aquarius migrant rescue ship

Last private search vessel in the Mediterranean unable to sail, with campaigners blaming pressure from Italian governmentA desperate search is under way for a country willing to issue a flag to the
'They killed my children and raped me': sexual violence remains rife in Congo

'They killed my children and raped me': sexual violence remains rife in Congo

Agencies sound alarm over sexual attacks, murder and torture in southern areas where violence was thought to be waningContinuing violence in southern areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has
Jamal Khashoggi's body was 'dissolved', says Erdoğan adviser

Jamal Khashoggi's body was 'dissolved', says Erdoğan adviser

Yasin Aktay says journalist’s alleged Saudi killers ‘got rid of the body by dissolving it’The body of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was “dissolved” after his murder and dismemberment at the Saudi
Two people stabbed at Sony Music's London HQ

Two people stabbed at Sony Music's London HQ

Man arrested after incident at record label’s office in KensingtonTwo people have been stabbed in an incident at Sony Music’s headquarters in west London.The Metropolitan police said firearms officers
Ma Jian: ‘Freedom can’t be taken for granted. We have to remain constantly vigilant’

Ma Jian: ‘Freedom can’t be taken for granted. We have to remain constantly vigilant’

The exiled Chinese writer on the murder of dissidents, attacks on free speech and his new novel exposing the brutality of his homelandIn an era of growing political impunity, when dissidents are
Vatican considers limit on museum visitors amid safety fears

Vatican considers limit on museum visitors amid safety fears

Exclusive: Tour guides claim at least 10 visitors a day faint in crowds making way to Sistine ChapelThe Vatican Museums are considering putting a cap on visitor numbers amid fears among tour guides