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Brain scans show how cannabis extract may help people with psychosis

Brain scans show how cannabis extract may help people with psychosis

Cannabidiol reduces the brain activity linked to hallucinations, delusions and other forms of psychosis, research has foundBrain scans have revealed for the first time how a substance found in
Don McGahn: White House counsel to resign, Trump confirms

Don McGahn: White House counsel to resign, Trump confirms

President says McGahn, who cooperated with Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, will depart in autumnDon McGahn, the White House counsel, will resign from his position later this year, Donald Trump
Doctors warn about cosmetic surgery after woman dies in Turkey

Doctors warn about cosmetic surgery after woman dies in Turkey

Leah Cambridge, from Leeds, died after ‘butt-lift’ procedure at clinic in IzmirDoctors have warned about the dangers of cosmetic surgery after a British woman died following an operation at a clinic
No-deal Brexit is only alternative to Chequers plan, says Lidington

No-deal Brexit is only alternative to Chequers plan, says Lidington

UK minister tells French business leaders it is too late to go back to the drawing boardThe Cabinet Office minister, David Lidington, has warned that relations between Britain and France are at “a
Windrush citizens invited to share 'hostile environment' stories

Windrush citizens invited to share 'hostile environment' stories

Individuals and families asked to take part in government roadshows across the UKIndividuals and families affected by the Windrush scandal have been invited to attend a number of government-led
Chelsea Manning confident she will be allowed into Australia, as minister mulls ban

Chelsea Manning confident she will be allowed into Australia, as minister mulls ban

‘We’ll work it out,’ says whistleblower, as tour organiser asks supporters to lobby immigration ministerUS whistleblower Chelsea Manning has expressed confidence the Australian government will allow
Amazon suspends reviews of US Open coverage after deluge of complaints

Amazon suspends reviews of US Open coverage after deluge of complaints

• Firm slammed amid first exclusive sport broadcast • Picture quality and lack of recording option criticisedAmazon has been flooded with so many complaints about its coverage of the US Open it has
Democrat Andrew Gillum speaks after surprise victory in Florida primary – video

Democrat Andrew Gillum speaks after surprise victory in Florida primary – video

The mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum, has won a surprise victory in his party's primary for Florida governor. If he beats the Republican Ron DeSantis in what promises to be a polarising midterm
Political intrigue swirls around Buhari as May arrives in Nigeria

Political intrigue swirls around Buhari as May arrives in Nigeria

Nigeria’s president beset by health questions, defections and disillusioned votersIt is Theresa May’s first visit to Nigeria, but Muhammadu Buhari, the Nigerian president, has made many trips to the
The medics braving drug wars to treat people in Mexico's brutal Guerrero | Nina Lakhani

The medics braving drug wars to treat people in Mexico's brutal Guerrero | Nina Lakhani

In one of the country’s most violent states, healthcare was severely limited until Médecins Sans Frontières stepped in to offer treatment – as long as weapons are left outsideIt’s 6am and raining
Arrest warrant leak fuels suspicions of far-right links with German police

Arrest warrant leak fuels suspicions of far-right links with German police

Authorities confirm leak after arrest warrant for Iraqi murder suspect sparked violent anti-foreigner protestsThe leak of an arrest warrant to far-right groups has heightened widespread suspicions of
Neil Young and Daryl Hannah reportedly marry in California

Neil Young and Daryl Hannah reportedly marry in California

Guitarist Mark Miller appears to confirm wedding after wishing pair well on FacebookThe singer-songwriter Neil Young and actor Daryl Hannah are said to have married during a small ceremony in
Putin appeals to Russians to accept 'painful' pension changes

Putin appeals to Russians to accept 'painful' pension changes

President offers concessions but says retirement age must rise to avoid economic ruinVladimir Putin has made a direct appeal to Russians to ask for their support in raising the retirement age, warning
Myanmar dam breach forces thousands to evacuate their homes

Myanmar dam breach forces thousands to evacuate their homes

The country’s main highway and 100 villages have been inundated by flood waterAt least one person is missing and nearly 50,000 people have been evacuated after the sluice gates of a dam in central
Masked vigilantes escalate tensions in Catalonia's 'yellow ribbon war'

Masked vigilantes escalate tensions in Catalonia's 'yellow ribbon war'

Group travels 60 miles to take down secessionist symbols in pro-independence townFears of an escalation in Catalonia’s “yellow ribbon war” are growing after a group of about 80 masked vigilantes
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe collapses in prison after panic attack

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe collapses in prison after panic attack

British-Iranian woman serving five-year term was released for three days last weekNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman who was taken back to a Tehran jail on Sunday after spending
German city removes gold Erdoğan statue after violent clashes

German city removes gold Erdoğan statue after violent clashes

Controversial effigy of Turkish PM was part of Wiesbaden art BiennaleThe German city of Wiesbaden has removed a large gold statue of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan after it sparked clashes
Faces of Flint: the story of a modern American city

Faces of Flint: the story of a modern American city

Photographer Zackary Canepari arrived in Flint in 2012, before a scandal about tainted water brought the city to international attention. For six years he has documented a place of struggle, and
Compromise is a lost art in Australian politics, Senate president Scott Ryan says

Compromise is a lost art in Australian politics, Senate president Scott Ryan says

Liberal Senator says resolving difficult issues by compromise does not equal ‘abandoning the base’ The Senate president, Scott Ryan, has lamented the lost art of compromise in Australian politics,
Morrison gets a lifeline as Cathy McGowan rules out supporting no confidence motion

Morrison gets a lifeline as Cathy McGowan rules out supporting no confidence motion

MP says ‘now is not the time for further disruption’ as Wentworth byelection loomsThe Victorian independent MP Cathy McGowan says she won’t support a no confidence motion against the government while