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John Roberts chastises Trump for criticism of judge who blocked asylum order

John Roberts chastises Trump for criticism of judge who blocked asylum order

Chief justice spoke out against president after he called Jon Tigar an ‘Obama judge’John Roberts, chief justice of the US supreme court, has chastised Donald Trump for calling a judge who ruled
Border agent not guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Mexican boy's death

Border agent not guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Mexican boy's death

Arizona jury find Lonnie Swartz not guilty of the involuntary manslaughter but didn’t decide on voluntary manslaughterAn Arizona jury has acquitted a US border patrol agent of manslaughter in the
Two homemade explosives found in north London flat

Two homemade explosives found in north London flat

Counter-terrorism police called to flat in Brent after reports of suspicious devicesCounter-terror detectives were racing to find who built two homemade explosive devices found at a disused flat in
‘Further progress has been made’: Theresa May on Brexit talks – video

‘Further progress has been made’: Theresa May on Brexit talks – video

Theresa May is to return to Brussels on Saturday to complete her Brexit negotiations. The prime minister said there had been ‘very good progress’ in her meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker. The German
Turnbull clarifies decision to follow anti-Abbott social media account

Turnbull clarifies decision to follow anti-Abbott social media account

Former PM says he does not necessarily support the campaign after a Sydney branch calls for his expulsionMalcolm Turnbull has clarified his decision to follow an anti-Tony Abbott Instagram account,
Iranian human rights lawyer Abdolfattah Soltani released from jail

Iranian human rights lawyer Abdolfattah Soltani released from jail

Prominent lawyer was granted conditional release after serving more than seven years Prominent Iranian human rights lawyer Abdolfattah Soltani has been released from prison after spending more than
Renae Lawrence: Bali Nine member touches down in Australia

Renae Lawrence: Bali Nine member touches down in Australia

Peter Dutton says he has no sympathy for Lawrence and she shouldn’t be shown leniency over outstanding warrantsThe Australian Bali Nine member Renae Lawrence, who has served 13 years for drug
Victorian election debate: Daniel Andrews forced to defend bail for Melbourne attacker

Victorian election debate: Daniel Andrews forced to defend bail for Melbourne attacker

In a televised face-off, the premier clashes with Matthew Guy over law and orderDaniel Andrews, the Victorian premier, has been forced to defend the decision of police to bail the man who committed
Outpouring of support for critically ill activist Harry Leslie Smith

Outpouring of support for critically ill activist Harry Leslie Smith

The 95-year-old second world war veteran is in hospital in Canada after a fallThousands of people have sent messages of love and support to Harry Leslie Smith, the 95-year-old political commentator
US and South Korea scale back major military exercise to aid nuclear talks

US and South Korea scale back major military exercise to aid nuclear talks

Jim Mattis says Foal Eagle, a joint exercise scheduled for spring 2019, ‘reorganized … to be at a level not harmful to diplomacy’The United States and South Korea have scaled down a joint military
Matteo Salvini ready to ‘confront EU’ after Italy’s budget rejected again

Matteo Salvini ready to ‘confront EU’ after Italy’s budget rejected again

Far-right deputy PM defiant despite threat of sanctions of up to 0.7% of GDP Italy’s deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini has said he is prepared to confront EU leaders after the European commission
The Guardian view on the sentencing of Matthew Hedges: a violation of rights | Editorial

The Guardian view on the sentencing of Matthew Hedges: a violation of rights | Editorial

Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt is right to stand firm in defence of the British academic jailed for life in the UAE for spyingThis year, the United Arab Emirates launched the inaugural World Tolerance
Amazon hit with major data breach days before Black Friday

Amazon hit with major data breach days before Black Friday

Customers’ names and email addresses posted on website, tech giant confirmsAmazon has suffered a major data breach that caused customer names and email addresses to be disclosed on its website, just
Chicago doctor killed by ex-fiance called police to report she feared for her life

Chicago doctor killed by ex-fiance called police to report she feared for her life

Tamara O’Neal, who had recently called off her engagement to Juan Lopez, called 911 to report she had spotted himA Chicago doctor shot to death by her ex-fiance outside the hospital where she worked
Lockerbie: police find no criminality in way inquiry was handled

Lockerbie: police find no criminality in way inquiry was handled

Police Scotland examined nine allegations made by Justice for Megrahi campaign groupPolice have found no evidence of criminality in relation to the handling of the investigation and prosecution of the
BNE: the Indonesian slum parties fighting for the underground

BNE: the Indonesian slum parties fighting for the underground

In Bandung, Indonesia, music is often suppressed by local authorities – but one series of shows is defying the restrictions with breakcore and folk-punk‘Music in Indonesia cannot be severed from
Facebook criticised for post promoting child bride auction

Facebook criticised for post promoting child bride auction

Company failed to remove post that informed users of auction of 17-year-old girl for several daysFacebook has been criticised for failing to remove a viral post promoting an auction of a child bride
Daniel Andrews: a precocious premier with no time to waste

Daniel Andrews: a precocious premier with no time to waste

The Labor leader remains somehow oblique, even in an election campaign, content to stand on a progressive recordDaniel Andrews sits with advisers for his morning briefing at a café called In a Rush on
Ryanair says Brexit not hitting its flight sales for next year

Ryanair says Brexit not hitting its flight sales for next year

Airline claims record bookings, having led warnings that leaving EU would cause chaosRyanair is seeing no impact from Brexit on sales for next year, recording its highest ever number of flight
May plans Brussels dash to finalise Brexit deal on eve of summit

May plans Brussels dash to finalise Brexit deal on eve of summit

Move follows pressure from Angela Merkel to agree final form of political declarationTheresa May is to make an emergency dash to Brussels on Saturday to complete the Brexit negotiations after the