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Erdoğan will pretend to be anything – even ‘journalists’ best friend’ | Ece Temelkuran

Erdoğan will pretend to be anything – even ‘journalists’ best friend’ | Ece Temelkuran

His unlikely moral stance following the killing of Jamal Khashoggi comes as no surprise to many TurksThe Turkish president is better known for a relentless political oppression that has left dozens of
Revealed: Philip Green paid seven-figure sums to silence abuse claims

Revealed: Philip Green paid seven-figure sums to silence abuse claims

Exclusive: Insider tells of culture of silence at top of company over tycoon’s behaviour towards women Several employees of Sir Philip Green who alleged the tycoon had sexually harassed or bullied
Latest land defender murder cements Mexico's deadly reputation

Latest land defender murder cements Mexico's deadly reputation

Body of Julián Carrillo found with multiple bullet wounds in Chihuahua state on 24 OctoberMexico is cementing its reputation as one of the deadliest places in the world for environmental and land
Migrant caravan members unfazed by Trump: 'He'll change his thinking'

Migrant caravan members unfazed by Trump: 'He'll change his thinking'

Many of the migrants trekking to the US-Mexico border express optimism in their vision of the US as president tweets: ‘Go back to your country’Where is the migrant caravan from – and what will happen
Russia seeks to capitalise on Brexit after blocking Liam Fox's WTO plan

Russia seeks to capitalise on Brexit after blocking Liam Fox's WTO plan

UK must now open talks with countries that opposed proposals or face trade disputesRussia is among 20 countries that are looking to squeeze a commercial advantage from Brexit after blocking an attempt
Spain to close most coalmines in €250m transition deal

Spain to close most coalmines in €250m transition deal

Agreement with unions includes early retirement for miners, re-skilling and environmental restorationSpain is to shut down most of its coalmines by the end of the year after government and unions
Jamal Khashoggi was worried about consulate visit, says fiancee

Jamal Khashoggi was worried about consulate visit, says fiancee

Hatice Cengiz says she has been in ‘darkness I cannot express’ since journalist entered Saudi consulate The fiancee of the killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi has said he was worried about visiting the
Officer who Tasered Jordan Begley guilty of 'potential misconduct'

Officer who Tasered Jordan Begley guilty of 'potential misconduct'

Watchdog says PC Terrence Donnelly held trigger too long on young man who later diedA police officer who Tasered a man shortly before his death should not have held the trigger for such a long time,
Syrian ITV journalist denied visa to attend awards ceremony

Syrian ITV journalist denied visa to attend awards ceremony

Humam Husari nominated for reports filmed in eastern Ghouta during intense fighting A Syrian video journalist who reported on the civil war for five years for ITV has been refused a visa to come to
Republicans wanted to suppress the Native American vote. It's working | Julian Brave NoiseCat

Republicans wanted to suppress the Native American vote. It's working | Julian Brave NoiseCat

Voter fraud barely exists, yet laws are being passed in states such as North Dakota that do nothing but strip the civil rights of indigenous peoplesControl of the Senate in the 2018 midterms may hang
'Words matter': Joe Biden speaks out hours after being targeted with pipe bomb – video

'Words matter': Joe Biden speaks out hours after being targeted with pipe bomb – video

The former US vice-president says he hopes the spate of pipe bombs targeting prominent Democrats and critics of Donald Trump will act as a wake-up call. Biden, one of 10 people to be sent a pipe bomb,
Florida man charged with sending 13 pipe bombs to Trump critics

Florida man charged with sending 13 pipe bombs to Trump critics

Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura charged with five federal crimesAttorney general Sessions says Sayoc ‘appears to be partisan’Pipe bombs latest – live updatesAn avowed Donald Trump supporter in southern
No 10 refuses to back calls for Philip Green to lose knighthood

No 10 refuses to back calls for Philip Green to lose knighthood

Outcry follows tycoon being named as figure at centre of sexual harassment allegationsDowning Street has refused to back calls for Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood over sexual
Judge to investigate Franco-era crimes against Spanish women

Judge to investigate Franco-era crimes against Spanish women

Exclusive: Inquiry widened to include cases of sexual assault, forced abortion and child theftA judge in Argentina will examine cases of sexual assault, murder, forced abortion and the theft of
Global stock markets suffer worst losing streak for five years

Global stock markets suffer worst losing streak for five years

Falls in Europe follow nervous US trading as investors question tech giants’ valuationsGlobal markets chalked up their longest weekly losing streak in five years on Friday, as Wall Street reacted to
TfL to borrow £350m after Crossrail delay drives it into the red

TfL to borrow £350m after Crossrail delay drives it into the red

Transport body has a £1bn deficit due to Elizabeth line opening push back to 2019Transport for London is to borrow £350m from the Department for Transport, as delays to the £15bn Crossrail project
Women in Palestine face violence and political exclusion, campaigner tells UN

Women in Palestine face violence and political exclusion, campaigner tells UN

First female Palestinian activist to address UN security council speaks out over political marginalisation and domestic abuseWomen are being shut out of Palestinian politics and excluded from peace
From forgotten breed to Game of Thrones: how one woman saved Iceland's goats

From forgotten breed to Game of Thrones: how one woman saved Iceland's goats

Thanks to pioneering farmer Jóhanna Thorvaldsdóttir, a heritage breed facing extinction now graces Reykjavík’s top menus – via an appearance in the HBO showIn Reykjavík, Icelandic goat is increasingly
Donald Trump invites Vladimir Putin to Washington

Donald Trump invites Vladimir Putin to Washington

It is not clear if Russian leader has accepted offer extended during John Bolton visit Donald Trump has formally invited Vladimir Putin to visit Washington DC next year, the US national security
Erdoğan tells Saudis: show us where Jamal Khashoggi's body is

Erdoğan tells Saudis: show us where Jamal Khashoggi's body is

Turkish president also says Riyadh needs to name ‘local cooperator’ who helped dispose of bodyThe Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has made fresh demands on Saudi Arabia to disclose the