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Hundreds of children not reunited by Trump administration as deadline passes

Hundreds of children not reunited by Trump administration as deadline passes

Government says it was reuniting 1,800 children it considers eligible but 700 remain in custody without their familiesHundreds of migrant children the Trump administration separated from their parents
Tsipras  takes political responsibility for Greece's wildfire disaster

Tsipras takes political responsibility for Greece's wildfire disaster

Prime minister expresses ‘pain, devastation and anguish’ over deaths of at least 87 peopleFive days after devastating wildfires decimated seaside communities outside Athens, leaving 87 dead and
Judge unlikely to grant Cohen's request for gag order against Stormy Daniels' lawyer

Judge unlikely to grant Cohen's request for gag order against Stormy Daniels' lawyer

James Otero says bar for gag order against Michael Avenatti is high and it did not seem Cohen had met that burdenA federal judge said on Friday he is unlikely to issue a gag order stopping a lawyer
Extreme global weather is 'the face of climate change' says leading scientist

Extreme global weather is 'the face of climate change' says leading scientist

Exclusive: Prof Michael Mann declares the impacts of global warming are now ‘playing out in real-time’ • Heatwave made more than twice as likely by climate change, scientists findThe extreme heatwaves
Ed Westwick will not face charges over rape and sexual assault allegations

Ed Westwick will not face charges over rape and sexual assault allegations

Prosecutors in LA say they will not pursue case against the Gossip Girl star, citing insufficient evidenceBritish actor Ed Westwick will not face rape and sexual assault charges, prosecutors have
Colombian cartel places $7,000 bounty on talented police dog

Colombian cartel places $7,000 bounty on talented police dog

Gulf Clan offered reward for death or capture of German shepherd Sombra after she sniffed out over 2,000 kilos of cocaineColombian authorities have been forced to relocate a police dog responsible for
Spanish woman jailed for hiding with sons to escape abusive partner

Spanish woman jailed for hiding with sons to escape abusive partner

Juana Rivas went into hiding to avoid handing them over to a man convicted of hitting herA Spanish woman has been sentenced to five years in prison for going into hiding with her two sons to avoid
UK waits on legal challenge over death penalty for Isis pair

UK waits on legal challenge over death penalty for Isis pair

Home Office to suspend cooperation with US until resolution of case brought by suspect’s motherThe Home Office is to suspend cooperation with the US over the possible prosecution of two alleged Isis
Family of British man murdered in China fight for custody of his children

Family of British man murdered in China fight for custody of his children

Parents of Michael Simpson, killed by his estranged wife, ask Jeremy Hunt to intervene The parents of a British man who was murdered by his Chinese wife have asked the foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt,
US growth figures won’t get any better than they are now for Trump | Larry Elliott

US growth figures won’t get any better than they are now for Trump | Larry Elliott

Expect the US economy to slow in 2019 as tariffs start to bite and higher interest rates take effectFor once there can be no dispute about what Donald Trump says. The president has been boasting for
EU piles pressure on Imran Khan after Pakistan election

EU piles pressure on Imran Khan after Pakistan election

Observers noted ‘systematic attempts to undermine ruling party’ ahead of disputed voteThe EU has piled further pressure on Pakistan’s likely next prime minister, Imran Khan, after his country’s
UK to double aid to Gaza and West Bank in bid to boost Palestinian export trade

UK to double aid to Gaza and West Bank in bid to boost Palestinian export trade

Funding programme set to increase to £38m as ministers target economic benefits, but experts warn aid is not enough Britain is to double aid for economic development in Gaza and the West Bank over the
Facebook suspends US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

Facebook suspends US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

InfoWars owner found to have violated social network’s community standardsAlex Jones, the American conspiracy theorist who runs the InfoWars website, has been suspended from Facebook for bullying and
US economy growing at annual rate of 4.1%, fastest pace in four years

US economy growing at annual rate of 4.1%, fastest pace in four years

Growth is major boon for Trump administration after $1.5tn in tax cuts earlier this year but economists warn it may unsustainable The US economy roared ahead in the second quarter of 2018, growing at
Donald Trump denies knowing of Russia meeting and attacks Michael Cohen

Donald Trump denies knowing of Russia meeting and attacks Michael Cohen

President issues volley of tweets after explosive CNN reportTrump attacks former lawyer’s use of Clinton-linked counselDonald Trump responded on Friday to bombshell reports that his former lawyer
'Does he think we are idiots?' – La France périphérique sours on Macron

'Does he think we are idiots?' – La France périphérique sours on Macron

President’s handling of Benalla scandal met with anger and disappointment outside ParisThe tricolour was still flying in the villages around the commuter belt town of Joigny in celebration of France’s
Pyongyang's stunning subway stations – in pictures

Pyongyang's stunning subway stations – in pictures

With its marble mosaics, crystal chandeliers and gilded statues, the Pyongyang metro system can feel more like a series of palatial ballrooms than a subwayPhotographs are from Oliver Wainwright’s
Italian minister takes aim at same-sex couples who seek surrogacy abroad

Italian minister takes aim at same-sex couples who seek surrogacy abroad

Far-right League’s Lorenzo Fontana says they should not be recognised as legal guardiansItaly’s families minister has said same-sex couples who have children via surrogacy abroad should not be
UN 'running out of cash' and facing urgent cuts, warns chief

UN 'running out of cash' and facing urgent cuts, warns chief

Letter sent to member states by António Guterres reveals $139m deficit in core budgetAntónio Guterres, the UN secretary general, has warned that the organisation is facing an unprecedented shortage of
Trump and Brexit: how can the US and UK media tackle a culture of lies?

Trump and Brexit: how can the US and UK media tackle a culture of lies?

Journalism is how we hold leaders to account between elections. But its power is facing an existential threatThis is a story of two media cultures struggling to cope with the political rise of brazen