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British expats in EU launch Brexit legal challenge

British expats in EU launch Brexit legal challenge

Group says leave campaign broke electoral law, making 2016 vote unconstitutionalBritish expatriates have launched a fresh legal challenge against the 2016 referendum, arguing that the result has been
The Perseid meteor shower - in pictures

The Perseid meteor shower - in pictures

The Perseid meteor shower has been spotted across Europe, the US and Canada. Darker skies have created a spectacular show. The annual occurrence can be seen until the 24 August, but peaked on 11-13
Stephen Port murders: police watchdog completes report

Stephen Port murders: police watchdog completes report

Fresh inquest into victims of serial killer to be held after open verdicts quashed A police watchdog investigation into four murders by the serial killer Stephen Port, who drugged and raped young men
Aftermath of motorway bridge collapse in Genoa – video

Aftermath of motorway bridge collapse in Genoa – video

A huge chunk of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy, can be seen missing in footage posted on Twitter by the Italian politician Sergio Battelli. At least 20 people have been confirmed deadAerial
White House: we cannot guarantee there's no tape of Trump using N-word

White House: we cannot guarantee there's no tape of Trump using N-word

Trump-Omarosa row deepens as Sarah Sanders says ‘I can’t guarantee anything’ when asked if recordings might emergeAs the remarkable public spat between Donald Trump and former adviser Omarosa
Aerial footage shows scale of destruction after Genoa bridge collapse – video

Aerial footage shows scale of destruction after Genoa bridge collapse – video

The Genoa bridge collapse aftermath can be seen from the sky in new aerial footage. A huge section of the Morandi Bridge on the A10 motorway came down in an industrial area of the port city during a
'It's about racism' - Spain's street vendors caught up in immigration row

'It's about racism' - Spain's street vendors caught up in immigration row

Migrants say unfair laws mean many resort to selling pirated goods to tourists to surviveStreet vendors in major Spanish cities have found themselves at the centre of an immigration row as rightwing
Guernsey resident halts roadworks with ancient plea

Guernsey resident halts roadworks with ancient plea

Rosie Henderson kneels and cites Clameur de Haro to stop narrowing of road A woman has activated the ancient Norman rite of Clameur de Haro to protest against the narrowing of a road which she claims
Farming ideas to make a fortune: inside Brazil's food security festival

Farming ideas to make a fortune: inside Brazil's food security festival

Agriculture startups from around the world gathered at a vibrant conference sponsored by pesticide manufacturerAs confetti showers a theatre inside Rio de Janeiro’s normally sedate Museum of Tomorrow,
Genoa bridge collapse: death toll rises to 26 as more bodies pulled from rubble

Genoa bridge collapse: death toll rises to 26 as more bodies pulled from rubble

Rescuers work through the night with sniffer dogs and heavy lifting equipment in scenes compared to an earthquakeItalian rescuers have searched through the night for any survivors from the motorway
Ben Stokes cleared of affray after brawl outside Bristol club

Ben Stokes cleared of affray after brawl outside Bristol club

England cricketer acquitted after jury accepts he had acted in self-defenceThe England cricketer Ben Stokes has been cleared of affray after a fight outside a Bristol nightclub.Following almost two
Facebook buys rights to show La Liga games in India

Facebook buys rights to show La Liga games in India

Company signs exclusive three-year agreement to screen all 380 Spanish top-flight football matches across south Asia Facebook has bought the rights to show Spanish top-flight football in the Indian
Sweden: cars burn in Gothenburg after arson attacks – video

Sweden: cars burn in Gothenburg after arson attacks – video

Unidentified assailants set fire to up to 40 cars in the Swedish city of Gothenburg on Monday night, prompting condemnation from the country's prime minister. There were reports of men in black masks
'It can’t get much hotter ... can it?' How heat became a national US problem

'It can’t get much hotter ... can it?' How heat became a national US problem

Heat now kills more Americans than floods, hurricanes or other natural disasters – but cities are facing it almost entirely aloneOn yet another day of roasting heat in Phoenix, elderly and homeless
Hong Kong activist decries 'colonial invasion' in defiant speech

Hong Kong activist decries 'colonial invasion' in defiant speech

Andy Chan makes speech to foreign journalists in defiance of Chinese governmentA Hong Kong pro-independence activist has decried Beijing’s rule over the city as modern-day colonialism in a speech to a
Breakthrough as New Caledonia votes to protect coral reef

Breakthrough as New Caledonia votes to protect coral reef

The Pacific Island is home to one of the world’s most pristine coral reefs, boasting more than 9,300 marine species New Caledonia has agreed to tougher protections around a huge swathe of some of the
Hawaiian town rocked by up to 800 earthquakes daily as volcano erupts

Hawaiian town rocked by up to 800 earthquakes daily as volcano erupts

Residents say constant tremors from the nearby Kilauea eruption have turned the village of Volcano into a ‘ghost town’ It’s been a strange three months for the Hawaii island village of Volcano, where
How economic anxiety could help reshape America for the better | Alissa Quart

How economic anxiety could help reshape America for the better | Alissa Quart

Today’s economic uncertainty and struggle can motivate people to change their allegiances and sensibilities, and make ‘pie-in-the-sky’ solutions seem more attainableAfter another week of political
Conspiracy theories are more rampant than ever. Can they be stopped?

Conspiracy theories are more rampant than ever. Can they be stopped?

Americans’ beliefs about politics are as inaccurate and bizarre as ever. Is there a way to fix that?The other week, Donald Trump was upstaged at a campaign rally in Florida, not by Representative Ron
Australian senator calls for 'final solution to immigration problem'

Australian senator calls for 'final solution to immigration problem'

Crossbencher Fraser Anning widely condemned for speech praising white Australia policy and pushing for plebiscite on Muslim immigrationAn Australian crossbench senator has invoked the term “the final