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Saudis demanded good publicity over Yemen aid, leaked UN document shows

Saudis demanded good publicity over Yemen aid, leaked UN document shows

The UN aid agency, Ocha, was pushed to accept extensive terms attached to $930m from Saudi Arabia and UAESaudi Arabia has demanded that aid agencies operating in Yemen should provide favourable
Lion Air plane 'flew erratically the day before it crashed'

Lion Air plane 'flew erratically the day before it crashed'

Indonesian jet had technical problems night before it crashed with 189 onboard The Lion Air Boeing 737 Max jet that crashed in Indonesia on Monday flew erratically the previous evening and its air
Pharrell Williams bars Donald Trump from playing his music at rallies

Pharrell Williams bars Donald Trump from playing his music at rallies

Order comes after Williams’ hit Happy was played at an event just hours after a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagoguePharrell Williams has ordered Donald Trump to stop playing his music at rallies,
'We'll be there': Muslim community raises $70,000 for Pittsburgh synagogue attack victims – video

'We'll be there': Muslim community raises $70,000 for Pittsburgh synagogue attack victims – video

Wasi Mohamed, executive director of the Pittsburgh Islamic Center, says the muslim community has raised more than $70,000 for the victims of the synagogue attack and their families. Mohamed said: 'We
Eurozone growth rate slumps to four-year low as Italy stagnates - as it happened

Eurozone growth rate slumps to four-year low as Italy stagnates - as it happened

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including new growth figures from across the eurozoneBreaking: Eurozone growth rate has fallen sharplyItalian economic growth has fizzled
German serial killer nurse goes on trial over 100 patients' deaths

German serial killer nurse goes on trial over 100 patients' deaths

Niels Hoegel, already serving a life prison term, accused of deliberately overdosing victimsA former nurse accused of killing more than 100 patients in his care has gone on trial in the biggest serial
Budget income tax cuts 'to overwhelmingly benefit the rich'

Budget income tax cuts 'to overwhelmingly benefit the rich'

Top half of households to benefit from 84% of the cuts, says Resolution FoundationIncome tax cuts for millions of workers announced in Philip Hammond’s budget will “overwhelmingly benefit richer
Pittsburgh synagogue shooter was fringe figure in online world of white supremacist rage

Pittsburgh synagogue shooter was fringe figure in online world of white supremacist rage

Gunman who murdered 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue held the belief that Jews ‘were committing a genocide to his people’After he was taken into custody, the gunman who allegedly murdered 11 people
Japanese bullet train company calls halt to ‘scary’ safety drill

Japanese bullet train company calls halt to ‘scary’ safety drill

Trainee employees forced to squat between tracks as high-speed trains passed close byStanding on a platform as a bullet train hurtles past at top speed can be an unnerving experience.Spare a thought,
Inside Santos Lima: the block at the heart of Lisbon's 'real-estate bullying'

Inside Santos Lima: the block at the heart of Lisbon's 'real-estate bullying'

The two-storey complex of tiny homes in gentrifying Marvila was bought up by developers – but nobody consulted the low-income families who have lived there for decadesWhen the Santos Lima building
'We've never seen this': massive Canadian glaciers shrinking rapidly

'We've never seen this': massive Canadian glaciers shrinking rapidly

Glaciers in the Yukon territory are retreating even faster than expected in a warming climate, scientists warnScientists in Canada have warned that massive glaciers in the Yukon territory are
'Gun at your throat': viral rap song tests freedom of speech in Thailand

'Gun at your throat': viral rap song tests freedom of speech in Thailand

New song taps in to pent up anger over corruption and nepotism under country’s ruling juntaIn a sweaty Bangkok basement over the weekend, hundreds of young Thais, hands in the air, roared angrily
Tasmanian heritage forests at risk of 'catastrophic' bushfires, study finds

Tasmanian heritage forests at risk of 'catastrophic' bushfires, study finds

Researchers say amount of vegetation burnt by fires caused by lightning strikes rose dramatically this centuryThe amount of vegetation burnt by fires caused by lightning strikes in Tasmania’s world
Colombian rebels blamed for killing spree 400 miles inside Venezuela

Colombian rebels blamed for killing spree 400 miles inside Venezuela

Victims’ families say the National Liberation Army is behind October massacre that left at least seven miners deadWhen Nassif Suliman’s daughter Adela left their home in Tumeremo to pan for gold in
Snitch on a teacher: Bolsonaro win sparks push against 'indoctrination'

Snitch on a teacher: Bolsonaro win sparks push against 'indoctrination'

A lawmaker from the party of ultra-right president-elect is urging students to denounce teachers who complain about his victoryA newly elected lawmaker from the party of Brazil’s ultra-rightwing
Are we wrong to assume fish can't feel pain?

Are we wrong to assume fish can't feel pain?

We like to think fish have no feelings. And yet the idea that they have both memory and a capacity for suffering is gaining ground among scientists. By Carl Safina • More from this series: Animals
Emil Gayed: surgeon who left women mutilated says patients are 'misinformed'

Emil Gayed: surgeon who left women mutilated says patients are 'misinformed'

Exclusive: As major inquiry into botched surgeries prepares to report back, Gayed says of his operations ‘complications happen’A disgraced gynaecologist accused by dozens of women of performing
Hammond no longer on track to balance budget, says OBR

Hammond no longer on track to balance budget, says OBR

£30bn of extra spending and tax cuts is money chancellor might have saved for a rainy day, says Treasury forecaster Philip Hammond will allow the government’s spending deficit to rise next year as he
UK 'exaggerated number of lives saved' by maternal health aid project

UK 'exaggerated number of lives saved' by maternal health aid project

Watchdog says many more deaths could have been prevented given level of investment in Department for International Development programmesThe UK government has been criticised by an aid watchdog for
Merkel’s exit will leave a gaping hole in centrist politics | Rafael Behr

Merkel’s exit will leave a gaping hole in centrist politics | Rafael Behr

The German chancellor has been a torch-bearer for civilised values. Liberal democracy needs more figures like her Turning points in world affairs form flashbulb memories, vivid snapshots of the scene