Nothing was found on your request

The Guardian: World News: news on page 394

Former Manus Island detention centre worker sues over alleged unsafe work

Former Manus Island detention centre worker sues over alleged unsafe work

Exclusive: Roderick St George sues G4S Australia and the Australian government over the post-traumatic stress disorder he says he suffered Security giant G4S Australia and the Australian government
'This is hell': devastated Congolese village embodies country's crisis

'This is hell': devastated Congolese village embodies country's crisis

Wracked by disease and hunger, and forgotten by the state, survivors of a rebel raid on Cianciamka struggle to surviveAt the end of the gravel road is a dirt track. At the end of the track is a muddy
US Senate set to vote on short-term bill to avoid government shutdown

US Senate set to vote on short-term bill to avoid government shutdown

Mitch McConnell said ‘simple’ bill shows Republicans will finish year by governing as Trump insisted ‘we will win on the wall’The US Senate is set to vote on a short-term measure to avert a partial
Der Spiegel says top journalist faked stories for years

Der Spiegel says top journalist faked stories for years

Publication says Claas Relotius committed journalistic fraud ‘on a grand scale’ The German news magazine Der Spiegel has been plunged into chaos after revealing that one of its top reporters had
Jeremy Corbyn tells Commons he did not call May a 'stupid woman' - Politics live

Jeremy Corbyn tells Commons he did not call May a 'stupid woman' - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Sajid Javid publishing the immigration white paperJeremy Corbyn accused of calling Theresa May a ‘stupid woman’ May’s
Man jailed for five years after homemade bombs found at Bristol home

Man jailed for five years after homemade bombs found at Bristol home

Matthew Glynn displayed extreme rightwing views and had vast arsenal of weapons A man who had expressed extreme rightwing views has been jailed for five years after police found an arsenal of weapons
Trump shocks allies and advisers with plan to pull US troops out of Syria

Trump shocks allies and advisers with plan to pull US troops out of Syria

Administration nears end of campaign to retake territory once held by Isis as Trump tweets: ‘We have defeated Isis in Syria’Donald Trump is reported to have ordered a full, rapid withdrawal of over
Russian whistleblower died of natural causes, rules coroner

Russian whistleblower died of natural causes, rules coroner

Inquest hears of ‘significant lost opportunity’ to investigate Alexander Perepilichnyy’s death A coroner has ruled that a Russian millionaire died of natural causes when he collapsed outside his home
Facebook shared private user messages with Netflix and Spotify

Facebook shared private user messages with Netflix and Spotify

Firm bent its own data rules for major clients such as Amazon, Microsoft and Sony, report saysFacebook granted major companies far more exceptions to its privacy policies than previously known, making
Germany passes immigration law to lure non-EU skilled workers

Germany passes immigration law to lure non-EU skilled workers

Business leaders have warned of damage to economy caused by labour shortagesThe German government has passed an immigration law focused on attracting skilled labour from outside the EU in an attempt
Post-Brexit migration system 'will be sucker punch to UK economy'

Post-Brexit migration system 'will be sucker punch to UK economy'

Business leaders criticise curbs on migrants earning £30,000, proposed in new white paperThe government’s proposals for a post Brexit immigration system will deal a “sucker punch” to the economy,
Jeremy Corbyn to MPs:  I did not call Theresa May a 'stupid woman'

Jeremy Corbyn to MPs: I did not call Theresa May a 'stupid woman'

Speaker says Labour leader should be taken at his word over alleged remark at PMQsFollow all the day’s politics news – live Parliament descended into chaos on Wednesday as angry Tory MPs accused
Syria withdrawal: Republican opposition to Trump's plan grows – as it happened

Syria withdrawal: Republican opposition to Trump's plan grows – as it happened

Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham condemn president’s moveTrump’s announcement took allies and advisers by surpriseHelp us reach our $1m goal. Make a year-end contribution 9.03pm GMT That’s it for today
Nephew of Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen sentenced on terrorism charges

Nephew of Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen sentenced on terrorism charges

Selman Gülen found guilty of being member of US-based exile’s Feto movement linked to 2016 coup attemptA nephew of the Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen – the US-based exile whom the Turkish government
Journalists' death toll nearly doubles in 2018

Journalists' death toll nearly doubles in 2018

Number of journalists killed worldwide because of their work rose to 34, says reportThe number of journalists killed worldwide in retaliation for their work nearly doubled this year, according to a
South African police issue arrest warrant for Grace Mugabe

South African police issue arrest warrant for Grace Mugabe

Zimbabwe’s former first lady accused of assaulting woman with electrical cord in hotelSouth Africa has issued an arrest warrant for Zimbabwe’s former first lady Grace Mugabe in relation to an alleged
May's cabinet split over £30,000 immigrant salary threshold

May's cabinet split over £30,000 immigrant salary threshold

Post-Brexit immigration policy says more talks needed on pay level, which would exclude key workers Follow all the day’s politics news – live Ministers are expected to consult for another year on
Russia may have nuclear arms in Crimea, hacked EU cables warn

Russia may have nuclear arms in Crimea, hacked EU cables warn

Diplomatic messages describe annexed area of Ukraine as ‘hot zone’ and Trump as ‘bully’Brussels has launched an investigation into the apparent hacking of the EU’s diplomatic communications network
Disney accused of colonialism over 'hakuna matata' trademark

Disney accused of colonialism over 'hakuna matata' trademark

Petition urges company to drop trademark on Swahili phrase before summer release of Lion King remakeMore than 50,000 people have signed a petition accusing Disney of “colonialism and robbery” after it
EU coal subsidy phase-out 'completely inconsistent with Paris deal'

EU coal subsidy phase-out 'completely inconsistent with Paris deal'

Stay of execution for coal subsidies has been heavily criticised by climate analystsAn EU deal to slowly phase out coal subsidies is “completely inconsistent” with the bloc’s Paris climate agreement