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Air Force One spotted in Sheffield: how UK enthusiast revealed Trump's Iraq trip

Air Force One spotted in Sheffield: how UK enthusiast revealed Trump's Iraq trip

Alan Meloy photographed distinctive plane in skies over Yorkshire on Boxing DayWhen Donald Trump flew to Iraq on Christmas Day for a top secret visit, the US government took every precaution to avoid
Canadian man to appear in Chinese court on drug smuggling charges

Canadian man to appear in Chinese court on drug smuggling charges

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg faces hearing in LiaoningOttawa-Beijing relations frosty after arrest of Huawei CFOA Canadian man is to appear before a court in north-eastern China on Saturday on drugs
Manhunt after monks injured in Vienna church robbery

Manhunt after monks injured in Vienna church robbery

Five monks were tied up and held for hours in incident that left one seriously hurtFive monks have been injured, one seriously, during a robbery at a monastery church in a suburb of Vienna, Austrian
Saudi king orders major reshuffle of top government posts

Saudi king orders major reshuffle of top government posts

Overhaul includes new foreign minister after fallout from killing of Jamal KhashoggiSaudi Arabia’s King Salman has ordered a wide-ranging overhaul of top government posts, including a new foreign
Mary Robinson labelled a 'willing pawn' over visit with UAE princess

Mary Robinson labelled a 'willing pawn' over visit with UAE princess

Former UN human rights chief posed with royal but critics say princess is held against her willMary Robinson, the former UN high commissioner for human rights, has come under fire for claiming that an
Elon Musk files to dismiss 'pedo' defamation lawsuit by British diver

Elon Musk files to dismiss 'pedo' defamation lawsuit by British diver

Lawyers say Musk’s comments about man who helped rescue Thai team were free speech protected by the first amendmentElon Musk has asked a US judge to dismiss a lawsuit by a British diver who helped
Egyptian sexual harassment activist Amal Fathy released

Egyptian sexual harassment activist Amal Fathy released

Woman detained over video criticising the government remains under house arrestEgyptian authorities have released a prominent activist who had criticised the government and spoken out over sexual
Republican behind 'deportation bus' campaign reports to jail

Republican behind 'deportation bus' campaign reports to jail

Michael Williams was indicted by a grand jury on charges including insurance fraud and filing a false police reportGeorgia state senator Michael Williams reported to jail on Wednesday after being
Trump 'accidentally reveals location and identities of US Navy Seals in Iraq'

Trump 'accidentally reveals location and identities of US Navy Seals in Iraq'

Video posted on Twitter appears to show covert special ops teamTypically such images would be blurred to protect membersAfter making a holiday visit to US troops in Iraq, Donald Trump posted a video
‘There was blood everywhere’: the abuse case against the Afghan FA president

‘There was blood everywhere’: the abuse case against the Afghan FA president

• Afghanistan women’s players allege sexual and physical abuse • Keramuudin Karim threatened to kill me, claims playerAfghanistan women’s national team players have made detailed allegations to the
Iraqi lawmakers demand US withdraw troops after surprise Trump visit

Iraqi lawmakers demand US withdraw troops after surprise Trump visit

Politicians from Iraq’s parliament called for vote to expel US forces and promised to schedule session to debate the matterIraqi lawmakers have demanded US forces leave the country in the wake of a
Best photos of the day: darts fans and a tourist hotpot

Best photos of the day: darts fans and a tourist hotpot

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you photo highlights from around the world, including protests in DRC, a giant panda and a Chinese hotpot hotspot Continue reading...
Three British tourists killed in car crash in Iceland

Three British tourists killed in car crash in Iceland

Four others injured after 4x4 drove through barrier on bridge at SkeiðarársandurThree British tourists including a child have been killed after a 4x4 crashed while crossing a bridge in Iceland.Four
Thai government backs same-sex civil partnership bill

Thai government backs same-sex civil partnership bill

If bill is passed, Thailand would be first Asian country to recognise same-sex civil unionsThailand’s military government has backed a bill that would make the country the first in Asia to recognise
'We don't want to spoil the fun' - new year firework displays divide Germans

'We don't want to spoil the fun' - new year firework displays divide Germans

Silvester celebrations seen as an opportunity for Germans to let off steam, but sharp rise in injuries has prompted calls for a banWhen the clock strikes midnight to begin the new year, Germany’s
German army considers recruiting other EU citizens

German army considers recruiting other EU citizens

Defence chief looking further afield to fill expert posts after conscription was ended in 2011German defence chiefs are considering recruiting from other EU countries to fill a chronic shortage of
Friend of Isis terrorist who planned to kill PM found guilty of terror offences

Friend of Isis terrorist who planned to kill PM found guilty of terror offences

Mohammed Imran convicted of preparing to join terrorists abroadA friend of an Islamic State terrorist who plotted to assassinate Theresa May has been found guilty of preparing to join terrorists
Indonesia raises volcano threat level for fear of another tsunami – video

Indonesia raises volcano threat level for fear of another tsunami – video

Indonesia raised the danger level for an island volcano that triggered a tsunami at the weekend, killing at least 430 people in Sumatra and Java, and widened its no-go zone.The country’s volcanology
List of BBC reporters in Russia leaked online along with their photos

List of BBC reporters in Russia leaked online along with their photos

Leak comes after Sunday Times published names of journalists working for Moscow-backed Sputnik’s UK bureauA list of BBC reporters working in Russia has been leaked online, along with their
DRC troops fire teargas to quell protests about election delay

DRC troops fire teargas to quell protests about election delay

Demonstrators in east block roads and burn tyres over their exclusion from voteSecurity forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have fired live rounds and teargas to disperse demonstrators who