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Russia to face 'more draconian' US sanctions over Skripal poisoning

Russia to face 'more draconian' US sanctions over Skripal poisoning

Moscow failed to show it had given up chemical weaponsSanctions could include diplomatic, trade or banking tiesRussia faces new US sanctions after failing to take steps to prove it has ended its
Grenfell bonfire video: six arrested men released under investigation

Grenfell bonfire video: six arrested men released under investigation

Footage of cardboard model burning condemned by prime minister and survivors of blazeSix men arrested on suspicion of a public order offence over a video of a model of Grenfell Tower being burned at a
Terrawatch: Katla volcano may erupt - but not just yet

Terrawatch: Katla volcano may erupt - but not just yet

Scientists are monitoring CO2 released by the Icelandic volcano, which may help predict an eruption more accuratelyNo, Katla is not about to blow her top, and no, this Icelandic volcano is not about
Don Dale youth detention centre set on fire in major disturbance

Don Dale youth detention centre set on fire in major disturbance

Inmate reportedly took keys from staff member and began opening cell doorsPolice have quelled a major disturbance at Darwin’s notorious Don Dale youth detention centre after inmates set fire to parts
Man was ‘killed by teenager with cricket bat', court hears

Man was ‘killed by teenager with cricket bat', court hears

Jury told stepfather was looking for stolen bikes when 16-year-old hit him with full swingA stepfather looking for two stolen bikes was murdered by a 16-year-old boy armed with a cricket bat, a jury
China will be the world’s most visited country by 2030

China will be the world’s most visited country by 2030

New research predicts that China will be the most popular holiday spot in the world, with the largest number of both inbound and outbound travellersChina will overtake France as the world’s number one
Unknown soldiers laid to rest as 'war detectives' puzzle over identities

Unknown soldiers laid to rest as 'war detectives' puzzle over identities

Member of Lancashire Fusiliers and two Australian men buried a century after they fell in BelgiumTo the mournful sound of the Going Home bagpipe lament, the remains of three soldiers – one from the
Qatari firm buys London's Grosvenor House hotel

Qatari firm buys London's Grosvenor House hotel

Katara Holdings which owns the Savoy and Connaught pays undisclosed sum for hotel on Park LaneA Qatari state-backed company is to buy the Grosvenor House hotel on London’s Park Lane, the latest in a
Hyde Park bombing suspect in court on separate murder charge

Hyde Park bombing suspect in court on separate murder charge

John Downey held in Ireland in relation to 1972 Enniskillen bombing which killed two soldiersA man accused of murdering four soldiers in an IRA bomb attack in London’s Hyde Park in 1982 has appeared
Superannuation lobby creating false belief retirees haven't saved enough, report finds

Superannuation lobby creating false belief retirees haven't saved enough, report finds

Grattan Institute says the typical retiree has a higher standard of living thanwhen they were workingThe conventional wisdom that Australians do not save enough for retirement is wrong, with the
BHP Billiton facing £5bn lawsuit from Brazilian victims of dam disaster

BHP Billiton facing £5bn lawsuit from Brazilian victims of dam disaster

Action launched in Liverpool against Anglo-Australian mining company after 2015 tragedy that killed 19 peopleThe worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history has triggered one of the biggest legal
Pipe bomb suspect held without bail after first court appearance

Pipe bomb suspect held without bail after first court appearance

Prosecutors said Cesar Sayoc, who faces nearly 50 years in prison, presents a flight risk and is a serious danger to the publicPipe bombs suspect Cesar Sayoc was ordered to be held without bail on
Police arrest woman who spent £16m in Harrods

Police arrest woman who spent £16m in Harrods

Zamira Hajiyeva, who was the target of UK’s first unexplained wealth order, faces extraditionA woman who spent £16m in Harrods and was the target of the UK’s first unexplained wealth order has been
Royal Mint rejected Roald Dahl coin over antisemitic views

Royal Mint rejected Roald Dahl coin over antisemitic views

Exclusive: company dropped proposals to mark centenary of author’s birth, papers showPlans to celebrate the life of Roald Dahl with a commemorative coin were rejected because of concerns about the
Former SS guard, 94, weeps at testimony of Holocaust survivors

Former SS guard, 94, weeps at testimony of Holocaust survivors

German who served Nazis at Stutthof concentration camp charged with being accessory to hundreds of murdersA former SS guard wept in the dock on the first day of his trial for complicity in mass murder
UK accuses EU of Brexit bias as it refuses to endorse aid spending

UK accuses EU of Brexit bias as it refuses to endorse aid spending

Exclusive: in vote among 28 member states, UK declines for first time to back aid plansThe British government has taken the unprecedented step of refusing to endorse billions of pounds of EU spending
European 'clearing house' to bypass US sanctions against Iran

European 'clearing house' to bypass US sanctions against Iran

France or Germany possible hosts for SPV as EU looks to reward Tehran for nuclear dealA special clearing house designed to allow European companies that trade with Iran to bypass newly reimposed US
The Kindertransport children 80 years on: 'We thought we were going on an adventure'

The Kindertransport children 80 years on: 'We thought we were going on an adventure'

In 1938, the first of the Jewish Kindertransport children evacuated from Nazi Germany arrived in Britain. This week, we’re publishing the stories of six of those refugees, beginning here with Bob and
Midterm elections 2018: Ted Cruz projected to beat Beto O'Rourke – live

Midterm elections 2018: Ted Cruz projected to beat Beto O'Rourke – live

O’Rourke looks to have failed in bid to unseat Ted CruzMany House and Senate races remain closeLive results tracker – state by state Sign up to the Guardian’s new US morning briefing 3.28am GMT As
National Trust branded 'ridiculous' for covering up paintings of men

National Trust branded 'ridiculous' for covering up paintings of men

Exhibition aiming to celebrate life of Margaret Armstrong hid artworks with male subjectsIt was designed as an exhibition to promote the role of women and celebrate the life of Margaret Armstrong, the