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Roger Stone says he will not 'bear false witness' against Donald Trump – video

Roger Stone says he will not 'bear false witness' against Donald Trump – video

Roger Stone, a longtime ally of the US president, says he has been falsely accused of lying to the House intelligence committee and will plead not guilty to the charges filed against him. Stone told
French firms with UK ties told to look for alternatives as Brexit looms

French firms with UK ties told to look for alternatives as Brexit looms

French minister launches booklet that warns companies should seek other options in case of no-deal BrexitFrench businesses working with British contractors or suppliers should now be actively seeking
Cabinet Office compares no-deal Brexit to Iceland ash cloud chaos

Cabinet Office compares no-deal Brexit to Iceland ash cloud chaos

Eyjafjallajökull seen as nearest recent example of what civil service could have to cope withThe repercussions for the UK of a no-deal Brexit could be similar to the national emergency faced by
Manchester promised funding for UK’s first tram-train network

Manchester promised funding for UK’s first tram-train network

Minister says several hundred million set aside to ease capacity problems in city Greater Manchester is to receive hundreds of millions of pounds to develop the UK’s first tram-train network, the
Germany extradites 'laser man' killer John Ausonius to Sweden

Germany extradites 'laser man' killer John Ausonius to Sweden

Far-right extremist, 65, has received life terms in both countries for shootings in 1990sGermany has extradited back to Sweden a convicted killer known as “the laser man” for using a precision-scope
Facebook to integrate Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp

Facebook to integrate Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp

Merger of three platforms would allow users to text each other without switching apps Facebook is reportedly considering a merger of its three messaging platforms – WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook
'He is innocent' says Harvey Weinstein's new lawyer as legal team changes – video

'He is innocent' says Harvey Weinstein's new lawyer as legal team changes – video

A New York judge signed off on the disgraced Hollywood producer's move to swap his legal team before his trial on sexual assault charges. The new legal team includes Jose Baez and Ronald Sullivan, who
Native Americans offer to educate Covington Catholic staff and students

Native Americans offer to educate Covington Catholic staff and students

Leaders sent letter to school seeking to ‘build understanding’ after students were filmed in apparent confrontationNative American community leaders have offered to educate the staff and students at
British man and family plead for asylum after hiding in Australia in fear of Russian threats

British man and family plead for asylum after hiding in Australia in fear of Russian threats

Whistleblower Nicholas Stride claims he lived off the grid in the outback for eight years after revealing financial dealings of Russia’s former deputy PMA British man who leaked financial information
Roger Stone's arrest may renew threat of impeachment for Trump

Roger Stone's arrest may renew threat of impeachment for Trump

White House says arrest of Trump’s adviser ‘has nothing to do with the president’ but analysts warn it may thrust him into legal jeopardyFollow the latest on Stone’s arrest liveIt was time once again
American anchor for Iranian TV says she was mistreated during US detention

American anchor for Iranian TV says she was mistreated during US detention

Marzieh Hashemi tells Guardian she was denied halal food and had hijab removed while held as ‘material witness’An American newscaster for the Iranian government’s Press TV network, who was detained by
Zimbabwe dared to hope. Then the military arrived | Fadzayi Mahere

Zimbabwe dared to hope. Then the military arrived | Fadzayi Mahere

Robert Mugabe is gone, but the army remains at the centre of our political life. Until that changes, the violence won’t stopLike the fleeting blossom of Jacaranda trees in spring, faith in the
Southern Philippines backs Muslim self-rule in landslide result

Southern Philippines backs Muslim self-rule in landslide result

Result raises hopes of an end to decades of violence including attacks by Isis-inspired groupsPeople in the Muslim-majority southern Philippines have voted by a landslide to create a new autonomous
Greek MPs ratify Macedonia name change in historic vote

Greek MPs ratify Macedonia name change in historic vote

Majority back move amid angry cries of ‘traitors’ from nationalists who oppose dealGreek MPs have ratified a landmark accord allowing the country’s tiny northern neighbour Macedonia to change its
Roger Stone indictment packed with details that may make Trump sweat

Roger Stone indictment packed with details that may make Trump sweat

Indictment reveals a campaign official was directed to contact Stone about ‘damaging information’ – but who gave the order?Follow the latest on Stone’s arrest liveThe criminal indictment of Roger
Europe 'coming apart before our eyes', say 30 top intellectuals

Europe 'coming apart before our eyes', say 30 top intellectuals

Group of historians and writers publish manifesto warning against rise of populism Fight for Europe – or the wreckers will destroy it Liberal values in Europe face a challenge “not seen since the
Roger Stone explains his role in Trump's team in 2016 – video

Roger Stone explains his role in Trump's team in 2016 – video

Filmed in July 2016, Roger Stone tells the Guardian's Oliver Laughland 'I have access to all the right people,' and rejects the idea that he's Trump's fixer: 'I'm just an FOT – friend of Trump'
UK to attend US summit on Iran on condition of Yemen talks

UK to attend US summit on Iran on condition of Yemen talks

Jeremy Hunt is first senior European minister to agree to attend controversial meetingThe foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has agreed to attend a summit organised by the US in Warsaw originally billed
'A hungry man is an angry man' – fear and despair stalk streets of Harare

'A hungry man is an angry man' – fear and despair stalk streets of Harare

In a poor neighbourhood on the outskirts of the Zimbabwean capital, residents reeling from a brutal crackdown describe the impact of food and fuel shortagesEvery morning this past week, Innocent
Facebook let children run up huge bills, court papers show

Facebook let children run up huge bills, court papers show

Staff discussed what to do with high-spending children before deciding to refuse refundsFacebook has settled a class action lawsuit that had accused it of allowing children to run up huge bills on