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Trump threatens to close US-Mexico border over Honduran migrant caravan

Trump threatens to close US-Mexico border over Honduran migrant caravan

Trump also threatened to deploy the military to stop caravan which plans to head through Mexico toward the US borderOne step at a time: desperate families join the migrant caravanDonald Trump is
As Trump cozies up to Saudi Arabia, the rule of law collapses further | Richard Wolffe

As Trump cozies up to Saudi Arabia, the rule of law collapses further | Richard Wolffe

The president is right where he wants to be as he defends fellow corrupt rulers in Jamal Khashoggi’s deathFrom the moment he laid his stubby hands on that glowing orb in Riyadh, Donald Trump signaled
Brexit: unpalatable truths for dinner at EU summit

Brexit: unpalatable truths for dinner at EU summit

It was supposed to be time for discussions into the night, but instead Merkel and Macron went for beersIt was the shortest leaders’ dinner veteran summit-goers could recall. The evening meal of
Turkey extends Jamal Khashoggi search to Saudi consul's residence - in pictures

Turkey extends Jamal Khashoggi search to Saudi consul's residence - in pictures

Investigators use drones and cadaver dogs to search Mohammad al-Otaibi’s Istanbul residence Continue reading...
Philly crime boss ‘Skinny Joey’ gets two years in prison for illegal gambling

Philly crime boss ‘Skinny Joey’ gets two years in prison for illegal gambling

Merlino’s imprisonment may deal a hard blow to what remains of Philadelphia’s La Cosa NostraJoseph “Skinny Joey” Merlino was living what many a middle-aged gangster would consider a coveted life.After
Regime change in Iran is Trump’s real motive for siding with the Saudis | Simon Tisdall

Regime change in Iran is Trump’s real motive for siding with the Saudis | Simon Tisdall

The US president needs support to take down Tehran – and he doesn’t appear to be fussy about where it may come fromIt would be comforting to think Donald Trump sent his secretary of state, Mike
Life at the bottom of the global league of internet access

Life at the bottom of the global league of internet access

In Somalia, to be caught with a smartphone in the wrong place can mean deathExclusive: dramatic slowdown in global growth of internet accessAlmost 50% of the world is online. What about the other
How climate change forces farmers into slavery in Cambodia's brick kilns – in pictures

How climate change forces farmers into slavery in Cambodia's brick kilns – in pictures

Heatwaves and drought have devastated crops in rural Cambodia, forcing many farmers to abandon the fields and take work in the country’s burgeoning brick industry, where they become trapped in debt
Why are millions of people still trapped in slavery? – video

Why are millions of people still trapped in slavery? – video

Slavery is illegal in throughout the world, yet an estimated 21 million people are enslaved globally. To put that number in perspective on Anti-Slavery Day, there are more slaves in contemporary
Exclusive: dramatic slowdown in global growth of internet access

Exclusive: dramatic slowdown in global growth of internet access

Report showing dramatic decline in internet access growth suggests digital revolution will remain a distant dream for billions of peopleLife at the bottom of the global league of internet accessAlmost
Movement ban imposed on Aberdeenshire farm following BSE case

Movement ban imposed on Aberdeenshire farm following BSE case

Scottish government and beef industry reassure consumers there is no threat to human health or wider impact on farmersA movement ban has been imposed on a beef farm in Aberdeenshire after a case of
Japan’s first 'dispersed' hotel opens in Kyoto

Japan’s first 'dispersed' hotel opens in Kyoto

Across several buildings, all a short walk from each other, Enso Ango aims to bring travellers closer to local life A quick drink at Enso Ango involves a little more effort than most hotels – the bar
France considers bike register as part of drive to increase cycling

France considers bike register as part of drive to increase cycling

Compulsory scheme to cut theft would use motor vehicle-style ownership certificateFrench cyclists would have to register their bikes on a national database under a proposed law aimed at increasing
Thursday US briefing: US asks Turkey for tape of Khashoggi killing

Thursday US briefing: US asks Turkey for tape of Khashoggi killing

Russian formed US shell company before Trump Tower meeting ... Canada welcomes weed legalisation ... Potato cutlery and tiny turbines on Dyson award shortlistGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s
'I live in fear': under Trump, life for America's immigrants can change in a flash

'I live in fear': under Trump, life for America's immigrants can change in a flash

Immigration agents are showing up at workplaces, homes and courthouses, ready to arrest anyone without legal papersWhen Nak Kim “Rickie” Chhoeun arrived at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Japanese firm falsified earthquake safety data on 2020 Olympic venues

Japanese firm falsified earthquake safety data on 2020 Olympic venues

Tokyo-based KYB admits doctoring data for equipment in almost 1,000 structures across JapanA Japanese hydraulics firm has admitted falsifying inspection data for equipment used to protect hundreds of
Search for Khashoggi's remains focuses on consul general's house

Search for Khashoggi's remains focuses on consul general's house

Donald Trump talks of ‘very severe’ consequences for Saudi Arabia if murder is provedFloodlights and a drone have been deployed in the search of the Saudi consul general’s residence in Istanbul after
Israel embassy move: Morrison says there's no evidence 'at this time' of planned violence

Israel embassy move: Morrison says there's no evidence 'at this time' of planned violence

Prime minister accuses Labor of ‘behaving in an antisemitic way’ as John Howard backs shift on IsraelScott Morrison insists there is no evidence “at this time” of any planned violence as a consequence
'Horrific' footage reveals fish suffocating to death on industrial farms in Italy

'Horrific' footage reveals fish suffocating to death on industrial farms in Italy

An Italian NGO has published footage taken on intensive fish farms that appears to reveal troubling practices in an industry that so far has largely gone unregulated.Shocking footage of intensively
Prince Harry and Meghan in Melbourne: bush tucker, the beach and a bit of footy

Prince Harry and Meghan in Melbourne: bush tucker, the beach and a bit of footy

The royal couple sampled native superfoods, got a taste of public transport and met adoring fans, young and oldThe Duchess of Sussex may have some unusual cravings for the remainder of her pregnancy