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Tornadoes and flooding in southern US kill at least six, including three children

Tornadoes and flooding in southern US kill at least six, including three children

Nearly 90,000 customers left without power At least 25 taken to hospitals in east Texas55 homes destroyed in town of Franklin Powerful storms swept across the southern US on Sunday, after unleashing
'They call me Mayor Pete': Buttigieg launches 2020 presidential run

'They call me Mayor Pete': Buttigieg launches 2020 presidential run

South Bend mayor makes announcement at rally in his hometown, saluting his husband and setting out his visionPete Buttigieg officially launched his run for the White House on Sunday, against a
Finland's Social Democrats on top in partial election result

Finland's Social Democrats on top in partial election result

Antti Rinne on course to be country’s first leftwing prime minister since 2003, after his party leads with tight margin of just 0.2%The leader of Finland’s centre-left Social Democratic party (SDP)
How Tiger Woods won the 2019 Masters – in pictures

How Tiger Woods won the 2019 Masters – in pictures

Scenes from Augusta National as the golf legend claimed his first major title since 2008, his 15th major overall, and his fifth green jacket in a remarkable return to glory Continue reading...
Assange tried to use embassy as 'centre for spying', says Ecuador's Moreno

Assange tried to use embassy as 'centre for spying', says Ecuador's Moreno

Exclusive: President says he has it in writing from UK that WikiLeaks cofounder’s rights will be respectedJulian Assange repeatedly violated his asylum conditions and tried to use the Ecuadorian
Tiger Woods wins amazing fifth Masters 14 years after his last Green Jacket

Tiger Woods wins amazing fifth Masters 14 years after his last Green Jacket

• The 43-year-old wins 15th major by one stroke at Augusta • Johnson, Koepka and Schauffele share second placeTiger Woods wins the Masters. If ever five words did not do justice to an outcome …Let
Brexit talks ‘will stall unless May shifts on customs union’

Brexit talks ‘will stall unless May shifts on customs union’

Sources say prime minister’s red lines remain an obstacle in talks with Labour Talks between Labour and the government are unlikely to advance much further in the coming week unless Theresa May moves
MPs tell Nancy Pelosi of antisemitism claims in Labour party

MPs tell Nancy Pelosi of antisemitism claims in Labour party

Powerful US Democrat meets ex-Labour MPs to discuss why they left the party and BrexitThe senior US Democrat Nancy Pelosi met three former Labour MPs on Sunday and discussed their concerns about
Left behind: the Australians neither political party wants to discuss

Left behind: the Australians neither political party wants to discuss

The pressing moral issue of poverty sits outside the major parties’ carefully-tested election messages. Guardian Australia believes it’s too important to be sidelinedIn their campaign war rooms the
Lula, like all Brazilians, faced a fair trial | Letter

Lula, like all Brazilians, faced a fair trial | Letter

Fred Arruda, Brazil’s ambassador to the UK, says his country’s judiciary is fully independent and due process of law is faithfully observedThe letter (11 April) from a group of MPs and other political
Gordon Ramsay defends new restaurant in cultural appropriation row

Gordon Ramsay defends new restaurant in cultural appropriation row

Restaurateur’s response criticised as being dismissive of Asian critic’s Lucky Cat reviewGordon Ramsay has hit back against accusations of cultural appropriation at his new “authentic Asian”
The Masters 2019: Tiger Woods leads as final round heads for thrilling climax – live!

The Masters 2019: Tiger Woods leads as final round heads for thrilling climax – live!

Tiger Woods leads by two walking up the 18th at AugustaCheck out the on-course latest with the official leaderboardThe Recap: sign up and get our editors’ picks each weekAnd feel free to email
Isle of Wight vehicle crash: one dead and 19 taken to hospital

Isle of Wight vehicle crash: one dead and 19 taken to hospital

Major incident declared after two cars and bus collide on Forest Road in NewportA woman in her 60s was killed and 22 others were injured in a crash between a double-decker bus and two cars on the Isle
South African police seize 167 rhino horns after tipoff

South African police seize 167 rhino horns after tipoff

Two suspects arrested in sting operation in North West provinceSouth African police have seized 167 rhino horns believed to have been destined for Asia.Two suspects were arrested in the sting
Ilhan Omar has had spike in death threats since Trump attack over 9/11 comment

Ilhan Omar has had spike in death threats since Trump attack over 9/11 comment

Congresswoman said many threats referenced the president’s tweet as Sarah Sanders praises Trump for ‘calling Omar out’ Opinion: Omar is the target of a dangerous hate campaignMuslim American
People's Vote campaigners vow to overhaul 'project fear' image

People's Vote campaigners vow to overhaul 'project fear' image

‘People’s Voice’ project aimed at escaping shadow of failed 2016 referendum strategyPeople’s Vote campaigners are hoping to overhaul the establishment image of the remain campaign and its “project
Libya crisis: Egypt’s Sisi backs Haftar assault on Tripoli

Libya crisis: Egypt’s Sisi backs Haftar assault on Tripoli

Warlord also understood to have private support of Saudi Arabia and the UAEKhalifa Haftar, the Libyan warlord bombarding Tripoli in an attempt to oust the country’s UN-recognised government, has won
Sultan of Brunei, who passed anti-LGBT laws, owns slew of luxury UK properties

Sultan of Brunei, who passed anti-LGBT laws, owns slew of luxury UK properties

Hassanal Bolkiah, who believes gay people should be stoned to death, is assisted by leading City auditing firmsThe architect of new laws mandating the stoning to death of gay people in Brunei has
Full Mueller report may have 'proof of bad deeds' and must be seen – Democrat

Full Mueller report may have 'proof of bad deeds' and must be seen – Democrat

House judiciary chair Jerrold Nadler accuses attorney general William Barr of ‘acting as a personal agent of the president’The chairman of the House judiciary committee on Sunday said a report filed
David Lammy says comparing ERG to Nazis ‘not strong enough’

David Lammy says comparing ERG to Nazis ‘not strong enough’

Labour MP defends comments likening group to Nazi party and white supremacistsDavid Lammy has said comparing the hard-Brexit European Research Group of Tory MPs to Nazis and proponents of South