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Trump's Iran terrorist designation is designed to lock in endless enmity | Trita Parsi

Trump's Iran terrorist designation is designed to lock in endless enmity | Trita Parsi

Branding the Revolutionary Guard Corps as terrorists serves Israel and Saudi Arabia’s interests but makes an Obama-style rapprochement by a future president more difficultWith the stroke of a pen, the
ICC rejects request to investigate war crimes in Afghanistan

ICC rejects request to investigate war crimes in Afghanistan

Court cites lack of cooperation from the US, Taliban and Afghan authorities Judges at the international criminal court have rejected a request by the court’s top prosecutor to open an investigation
Hammond plays down Brexit delay increasing chance of second vote

Hammond plays down Brexit delay increasing chance of second vote

Time likely to be too tight for referendum before end of October, says chancellorPhilip Hammond has played down the possibility that the UK could use the delay to Brexit to hold a second referendum
Comedians pay tribute to Ian Cognito after standup dies on stage

Comedians pay tribute to Ian Cognito after standup dies on stage

Jimmy Carr and Katy Brand among those to pay public respect to ‘fearless’ comic who fell suddenly ill during Bicester gigTributes have been paid to the anarchic comedian Ian Cognito, who died on stage
Trump reportedly promised to pardon CBP head if he violated immigration law – as it happened

Trump reportedly promised to pardon CBP head if he violated immigration law – as it happened

President told Kevin McAleenan he would pardon him if he were jailed for illegally blocking asylum seekers from entering the US, CNN reportsAssange’s charges are a direct assault on press freedom,
Northern Ireland's 'hole in the wall gang' strikes again

Northern Ireland's 'hole in the wall gang' strikes again

Thieves have raided 11 times, using stolen diggers to rip cash machines out of the wallThe thieves have honed their modus operandi in audacious raids across Northern Ireland and just across the border
Lawyers doubt Julian Assange will ever stand trial in Sweden

Lawyers doubt Julian Assange will ever stand trial in Sweden

Former prosecutor says it would be ‘uphill task’ even if rape inquiry is reopenedSwedish lawyers have said they doubt Julian Assange will ever stand trial in Sweden even if prosecutors decide to
Man facing deportation from Britain to DRC wins another reprieve

Man facing deportation from Britain to DRC wins another reprieve

Habib Bazaboko, who has lived in the UK since childhood, was due to fly on FridayA judge has halted the removal of a man who has lived in the UK since childhood just hours before he was due to be
British woman held in Dubai for Facebook 'horse' insult returns to UK

British woman held in Dubai for Facebook 'horse' insult returns to UK

Laleh Shahravesh, detained under cybercrime laws, says experience was very traumaticA British woman held in Dubai over a Facebook post describing her ex-husband’s wife as a horse has returned to the
Manal al-Sharif wants Americans to know of Saudi Arabia’s human rights abuses

Manal al-Sharif wants Americans to know of Saudi Arabia’s human rights abuses

The Saudi activist will drive across the US to bring awareness to Americans of the strict guardianship laws in her country – ‘I’m turning 40 today, and my son is still my guardian’Manal al-Sharif made
Man arrested over death of British woman in Swiss hotel

Man arrested over death of British woman in Swiss hotel

Anna Florence Reed was found dead after reports of noisy disturbance in middle of nightPolice in Switzerland are investigating how a 22-year-old British woman died in a hotel room she was allegedly
'No more Mr Nice Guy': Nigel Farage launches Brexit party - video

'No more Mr Nice Guy': Nigel Farage launches Brexit party - video

The former Ukip leader launched his new party on Friday, pledging there would be 'no more Mr Nice Guy'. Farage hit out at both the Conservative and Labour parties and said the two-party system was
Mandela's sketch of his Robben Island cell door to be sold at auction

Mandela's sketch of his Robben Island cell door to be sold at auction

Drawing is one of 22 works made in 2002 as therapeutic activity about his incarceration Of all the sketches he made about his 27-year incarceration, this was the one Nelson Mandela wanted to keep. A
Owen Jones asks Sinn Féin leader if Brexit could lead to a united Ireland – video

Owen Jones asks Sinn Féin leader if Brexit could lead to a united Ireland – video

Owen Jones speaks to Mary Lou McDonald about Brexit, the implications for the peace process and the possibility of a united Ireland, and tries to answer once and for all why her party will never take
China's imports slump sparks fresh fears about global economy

China's imports slump sparks fresh fears about global economy

Country has $32bn surplus in March but trade war with US is serving as brake on growth Follow all today’s developments – liveFears about the strength of the global economy have been sparked by a fall
Red Cross aid to Venezuela to triple as Maduro stance softens

Red Cross aid to Venezuela to triple as Maduro stance softens

International Committee of the Red Cross to increase budget to $24m after president approves humanitarian assistanceThe International Committee of the Red Cross is to triple aid to Venezuela, a day
The left-behind v the metropolitan elite? That's a lazy, harmful cliche | Luke Cartledge

The left-behind v the metropolitan elite? That's a lazy, harmful cliche | Luke Cartledge

Such Brexit stereotypes – unsupported by facts on the ground – are hugely divisive, stoking bigotry and prejudice The left-behind residents of working-class, provincial towns kicking back at the
‘Shameful’: Italian town bans asylum centres near schools

‘Shameful’: Italian town bans asylum centres near schools

Mayor for Calolziocorte claims welcome centres can be havens for drug dealingAn Italian town has been called “shameful” and “unconstitutional” after banning reception centres for asylum seekers from
This newsletter was not written by a robot*

This newsletter was not written by a robot*

Bots are becoming an inevitable part of newsgathering. Two women are determined to prevent them becoming an inevitable part of warfare*although it’s a bit stilted in places In a week in which robot
UN urges France to act on 'dire' living conditions of refugees

UN urges France to act on 'dire' living conditions of refugees

Special rapporteur for housing says plight of hundreds of migrants breaches their human rightsFrance must act on the “dire” living conditions of refugees and migrants sleeping rough in Calais and stop