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Unions fight back against Kochs and allies since supreme court 'disaster'

Unions fight back against Kochs and allies since supreme court 'disaster'

Janus decision stopped unions collecting ‘fair-share fees’ but fresh organizing efforts means many shops are on the upAfter decades of trying, the Koch brothers and their allies won a major battle
Emiliano Sala: Cardiff City boss leads tributes after body identified

Emiliano Sala: Cardiff City boss leads tributes after body identified

Neil Warnock and striker Sergio Agüero among those to offer condolences to family The Cardiff City manager has led tributes to Emiliano Sala after a body recovered from the wreckage of a plane on the
‘My boyfriend sold one of my kidneys – then he sold me’: trafficking in Nepal

‘My boyfriend sold one of my kidneys – then he sold me’: trafficking in Nepal

A checkpoint along the Nepal-India border has become has one of the world’s busiest human trafficking routes. Now it is being policed by survivors who try to spot other potential victimsIt is midday
Man questioned on suspicion of murder of woman in Preston

Man questioned on suspicion of murder of woman in Preston

Rosie Darbyshire was found dead in the early hours after a ‘brutal and sustained’ assaultA man is being questioned by police on suspicion of the murder of a woman who was found dead following a
End uncertainty over no-deal Brexit, says ex-civil service chief

End uncertainty over no-deal Brexit, says ex-civil service chief

Lord Kerslake calls for fresh referendum on Britain’s membership of the EULord Kerslake, the former head of the civil service, has urged the government to rule out a no-deal Brexit, saying ministers
Rosenstein did not want to write memo justifying Comey firing – new book

Rosenstein did not want to write memo justifying Comey firing – new book

Deputy attorney general privately complained about Trump’s order, according to Comey’s former deputy Andrew McCabeThe deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, privately complained that he was ordered
'Pain has no borders': loved ones recall victims of Toronto serial killer

'Pain has no borders': loved ones recall victims of Toronto serial killer

The eight men murdered by Bruce McArthur – many of south Asian or Middle Eastern heritage – all had lives, hopes and dreams When Greg Dunn addressed a packed Toronto courtroom this week, his voice
Sexual harassment allegations mount against Nobel laureate Oscar Árias

Sexual harassment allegations mount against Nobel laureate Oscar Árias

Pressure grows on two-time Costa Rica president as former Observer journalist speaks out over alleged assault in 1990Oscar Árias, the Nobel peace laureate and two-time president of Costa Rica, is
'Give back my money': banned billionaire Huang Xiangmo hits out at political parties

'Give back my money': banned billionaire Huang Xiangmo hits out at political parties

Huang says treatment is ‘grotesquely unfair’ and his donations should be returned if they were not appropriateThe Chinese billionaire and major political donor Huang Xiangmo has hit out at a decision
Friday briefing: We meet again, Mr Juncker …

Friday briefing: We meet again, Mr Juncker …

May struggles to renegotiate tricky border terrain … body from plane wreckage confirmed as Emiliano Sala … and, wine or beer first?Good morning, I’m Warren Murray with the news resized to fit your
Thailand's princess Ubolratana: social media star and anti-drug campaigner

Thailand's princess Ubolratana: social media star and anti-drug campaigner

Royal became interested in politics when she travelled around the country and witnessed sufferingPrincess triggers ‘political earthquake’ with run for PMThe nomination of Thailand’s princess
Rare New Zealand bushfire, burning for days, threatens town of 3,000

Rare New Zealand bushfire, burning for days, threatens town of 3,000

An estimated 700 people have already been evacuated after blaze took hold on parched countrysideA huge bushfire that has been raging in the parched New Zealand countryside for four days has forced
The battle for the future of Stonehenge

The battle for the future of Stonehenge

Britain’s favourite monument is stuck in the middle of a bad-tempered row over road traffic. By Charlotte HigginsStonehenge, with the possible exception of Big Ben, is Britain’s most recognisable
Countdown to Brexit: the key dates as UK's EU exit approaches

Countdown to Brexit: the key dates as UK's EU exit approaches

With 50 days remaining, here are some of the deadlines and events that will be coming upWith 50 days remaining until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU on 29 March, the two sides have agreed to
Rome's war of words with President Macron may prove self-defeating

Rome's war of words with President Macron may prove self-defeating

The French ambassador’s recall ought to remind Italy’s populist leaders that they need some friends in EuropeDiplomatic etiquette would normally classify the recall of an ambassador for
Russian artists invite visitors to donate blood to exhibition

Russian artists invite visitors to donate blood to exhibition

Charleroi show will feature blood pumped through tubes spelling out banned song lyricsIn an unusual twist on participatory art, visitors to an exhibition by two prominent Russian conceptual artists
Conflict erupts for control of Libya's largest oil field

Conflict erupts for control of Libya's largest oil field

Fighting between UN-backed GNA and Libyan National Army over field closed since DecemberFighting has broken out over the future of Libya’s largest oil field, as forces loyal to the UN-recognised
John Dingell, America's longest-serving member of Congress, dies at age 92

John Dingell, America's longest-serving member of Congress, dies at age 92

Michigan Democrat, first elected in 1955, was a master deal-maker and a staunch advocate for the auto industryThe former Michigan representative John Dingell, the longest-serving member of Congress in
Thai king denounces sister's bid to become prime minister

Thai king denounces sister's bid to become prime minister

Former princess would be first member of royal family to try to run for officeThe king of Thailand has denounced his sister after she announced an unprecedented bid to become prime minister.A run by
Townsville flood inquiry announced, as up to 300,000 cattle die in western Queensland

Townsville flood inquiry announced, as up to 300,000 cattle die in western Queensland

Premier distances herself from decision to open Ross River dam floodgates, which sent water into Townsville suburbs The Queensland government has announced an inquiry into the historic flooding in