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Fire destroys Primark store in Belfast city centre

Fire destroys Primark store in Belfast city centre

Shop in the 233-year-old Bank Buildings had been undergoing renovation The flagship Primark store in Belfast has been destroyed in a fire that broke out on Tuesday morning.At least 11 fire engines
Letter: Chaim Neslen obituary

Letter: Chaim Neslen obituary

When Chaim Neslen chaired the Friends of Yiddish he always made a point of including my mother, who was developing dementia. She sang her childhood repertoire of Yiddish songs – eventually just two of
Judge overturns south London hospital's ban on heart surgeon

Judge overturns south London hospital's ban on heart surgeon

Marjan Jahangiri was excluded from St George’s pending disciplinary investigationA heart surgeon excluded from working at a hospital pending disciplinary proceedings has said she is delighted to win
Venezuelan official suggests migrant crisis is staged to undermine government

Venezuelan official suggests migrant crisis is staged to undermine government

Diosdado Cabello implied that photos of refugees are fake as the UN warns the situation is nearing a ‘crisis moment’Venezuela’s number two official has suggested his country’s escalating migration
Theresa May indicates she would fight a Boris Johnson leadership bid

Theresa May indicates she would fight a Boris Johnson leadership bid

PM ‘in this for the long term’ and will focus on domestic issues at Tory conferenceTheresa May indicated she would seek to fight off any leadership challenge from Boris Johnson and suggested she would
Global stocks soar on US-Mexico trade breakthrough as Canada is sidelined

Global stocks soar on US-Mexico trade breakthrough as Canada is sidelined

Stock markets hit six-month high as trade war fears recede Mnuchin: ‘Our objective is to get Canada on board quickly’Stock markets worldwide rose to a six-month high on Tuesday as fears of a global
Stilettos and a $4,000 skirt: Melania Trump’s tree-planting outfit

Stilettos and a $4,000 skirt: Melania Trump’s tree-planting outfit

The US first lady opted for total glamour when asked to dig a hole in the White House garden. But was her outfit remotely appropriate for the task in hand?Melania Trump has been gardening again,
Home Office offered bonuses to Windrush firm, documents reveal

Home Office offered bonuses to Windrush firm, documents reveal

Incentivised contract gave Capita 2.5% extra payment if target for removals was exceededThe private company that detained and removed Britons from the Windrush generation had an incentivised Home
Q&A: What next for Northern Ireland after a record 589 days adrift?

Q&A: What next for Northern Ireland after a record 589 days adrift?

No end to the Stormont impasse in sight as Belgium’s unhappy milestone surpassedNorthern Ireland has marked 589 days without a fully functioning, elected government, surpassing Belgium’s record.
Another journalist expelled – as China's abuses grow, who will see them? | Maya Wang

Another journalist expelled – as China's abuses grow, who will see them? | Maya Wang

Megha Rajagopalan has joined the list of ousted reporters who fail to ‘reflect the will of the party’China ‘ejects’ US journalist known for reporting on Xinjiang repressionBuzzfeed’s China bureau
Paris: man detained on suspicion of hitting woman in viral video

Paris: man detained on suspicion of hitting woman in viral video

Man suspected of attacking Marie Laguerre arrested after leaving psychiatric hospitalA man has been detained on suspicion of assaulting a 22-year-old student who released a video of an attack outside
German police criticised as country reels from far-right violence

German police criticised as country reels from far-right violence

Saxony premier says rioters are using murder of Chemnitz man in ‘tasteless and upsetting’ wayGerman police and politicians have been accused of inadequate planning after outbreaks of far-right
Five times Donald Trump refused to pay tribute to John McCain - video

Five times Donald Trump refused to pay tribute to John McCain - video

Donald Trump has issued a proclamation on Monday recognising Senator John McCain's service, after being repeatedly called on to do so. The US president tweeted McCain's family on Saturday but had made
Russia to hold biggest war games since 1981

Russia to hold biggest war games since 1981

Exercise will involve almost 300,000 troops, 1,000 aircraft, two fleets and all airborne unitsRussia will hold its biggest war games in nearly four decades next month, the country’s defence minister,
Family of Windrush citizen walk out of inquest into his death

Family of Windrush citizen walk out of inquest into his death

Coroner’s refusal to make Home Office interested party angers Dexter Bristol’s familyThe family of a Windrush citizen who died after being told he was in the UK illegally and sacked from his job have
May vows to use overseas aid to curb illegal migration and organised crime

May vows to use overseas aid to curb illegal migration and organised crime

The prime minister says spending will go beyond protecting vulnerable peopleTheresa May promised that a refocused UK overseas aid programme would go beyond protecting vulnerable people to crack down
Celtic rainforest in Wales to be restored with help from EU

Celtic rainforest in Wales to be restored with help from EU

Almost £9m to be spent to protect wet and temperate forests from invasive speciesA project to restore an endangered section of the British countryside – the Celtic rainforest in rural Wales – has been
Aung San Suu Kyi stays silent on UN report on Rohingya genocide

Aung San Suu Kyi stays silent on UN report on Rohingya genocide

Myanmar leader uses first appearance since damning verdict to discuss literatureThe world was waiting for her to speak. But the day after a damning United Nations report concluded that genocide had
Matteo Salvini and Viktor Orbán to form anti-migration front

Matteo Salvini and Viktor Orbán to form anti-migration front

Italian interior minister and Hungarian PM ‘walking down same path’ in opposition to EUThe Italian interior minister, Matteo Salvini, and the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, have said they are
Donald Trump: Google’s news service is rigged against me

Donald Trump: Google’s news service is rigged against me

US president claims ‘Google & others are suppressing voices of Conservatives and hiding information and news that is good’Donald Trump has used a series of early morning tweets to complain that