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Women win half of Ethiopia's cabinet roles in reshuffle

Women win half of Ethiopia's cabinet roles in reshuffle

Prime minister Abiy Ahmed creates new peace ministry in the latest in a string of changesEthiopia’s prime minister has appointed women to half the posts in his cabinet and created a new ministry of

Israel and Nelson Mandela’s moral legacy | Letters

Yehuda Avivi, an Israeli embassy spokesperson, defends his country against the charge of being an apartheid stateBy adopting an extreme anti-Israel position, ANC MP Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela (My
Liberia launches investigation into alleged rapes at US-backed school

Liberia launches investigation into alleged rapes at US-backed school

Report details claims that staff member sexually assaulted girls in the care of More Than Me in MonroviaLiberia’s government has announced an immediate investigation into a charity founded by an
Police officer punched Bridgend boy after taunts, court told

Police officer punched Bridgend boy after taunts, court told

Paul Evans allegedly attacked teenager after his mother called police to her home A police officer who specialised in tackling hate crime repeatedly punched a 14-year-old boy after the teenager
Donald Trump rains insults on Elizabeth Warren after DNA test

Donald Trump rains insults on Elizabeth Warren after DNA test

President calls claim of Native American ancestry ‘a fraud’Cherokee Nation criticises use of DNA test as ‘inappropriate’Donald Trump fired a volley of insults at Senator Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday
Drug trafficking at sea is devastating island states, ministers say

Drug trafficking at sea is devastating island states, ministers say

Ministers of island states call for help in tackling organised crime in the fishing industry, which they say is harming both the environment and human rightsMinisters from tiny island states including
Bobi Wine attacks Kanye West over Museveni meeting

Bobi Wine attacks Kanye West over Museveni meeting

Ugandan opposition MP condemns US rapper’s talks with president as ‘immoral’ Bobi Wine, Uganda’s most prominent opposition leader and former reggae star, has hit out at Kanye West for meeting
‘Golden passports’ threaten European security, warns EU commissioner

‘Golden passports’ threaten European security, warns EU commissioner

Exclusive: ‘citizenship for sale’ under increasing scrutiny from governments and security agencies • The passport king who markets citizenship for cashEurope’s security is being put at risk by

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The passport king who markets citizenship for cash

The passport king who markets citizenship for cash

Guardian investigation reveals how a small firm of wealth advisers built up a $3bn ‘golden passports’ industry and gained influence in the CaribbeanIt was supposed to be a lunch, but the Swiss
Lyn Bryant murder: police could request DNA samples

Lyn Bryant murder: police could request DNA samples

Woman’s body was found in field gateway on quiet Cornwall lane in 1998Detectives investigating the murder of a woman in a quiet Cornish lane 20 years ago may ask several people to provide DNA samples
Snubbed, cheated, erased: the scandal of architecture's invisible women

Snubbed, cheated, erased: the scandal of architecture's invisible women

They are among the most talented architects of their age. Yet the credit, praise and awards have gone to the men instead. Meet the women who are tired of being written out of historyDenise Scott Brown
Keep stag and hen parties away from your mics, York buskers told

Keep stag and hen parties away from your mics, York buskers told

Council issues order to street performers after complaints about drunken singing by revellersFirst they came for the inflatable phalluses. Then they banned alcohol on certain incoming trains. Now York
Wentworth divided by possible move of Australian embassy to Jerusalem

Wentworth divided by possible move of Australian embassy to Jerusalem

Jewish community’s byelection forum dominated by Israel, climate change and refugee issues The surprise announcement by the prime minister, Scott Morrison, on Tuesday that Australia may relocate its
Palestinians accuse Australian PM of jeopardising Middle East peace

Palestinians accuse Australian PM of jeopardising Middle East peace

Scott Morrison’s remarks about Jerusalem and embassy part of attempt to ‘win byelection’A senior adviser to Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, has accused Australia’s prime minister, Scott
Theresa May appeals to EU to keep Brexit door open

Theresa May appeals to EU to keep Brexit door open

Prime minister asks cabinet to ‘stand together and stand firm’ as she attends crucial Brussels summitTheresa May will urge EU leaders in Brussels on Wednesday to keep the door open to continuing
May must produce new 'concrete proposals' if she wants breakthrough in Brexit talks, EU says - Politics live

May must produce new 'concrete proposals' if she wants breakthrough in Brexit talks, EU says - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 5.46pm BST With two days until a crucial EU summit, it is simply extraordinary that the cabinet can’t agree what its plan for Brexit
Huawei Mate 20 Pro launches with in-screen fingerprint sensor

Huawei Mate 20 Pro launches with in-screen fingerprint sensor

Feature-packed Android phone is first widely available with scanner embedded in screen alongside 3D face unlockingHuawei’s new Mate 20 Pro has a massive screen, three cameras on the back and a
UK urged to support British academic charged with spying in UAE

UK urged to support British academic charged with spying in UAE

Daniela Tejada calls on FCO to say her husband, Durham University’s Matthew Hedges, is innocentThe wife of a British academic charged with spying in the United Arab Emirates has urged the government
Man on trial for 1986 murders of Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway

Man on trial for 1986 murders of Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway

Russell Bishop appears at Old Bailey 30 years after he was acquitted of Brighton killingsA paedophile who was acquitted of killing two nine-year-old girls more than three decades ago is on trial again