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Soviet monuments in Poland should be left to rot | Letter

Soviet monuments in Poland should be left to rot | Letter

The USSR rewrote history when it won control of Poland, and today’s nationalist backlash is the fruit of those lies, writes Christopher CyteraMatthew Luxmoore’s article (Poles apart: the bitter
Huge Egyptian sarcophagus found to contain three mummies

Huge Egyptian sarcophagus found to contain three mummies

Archaeologists open granite tomb but are dismayed at state of decay after ‘sewage leak’Egyptian archeologists have opened a 30-tonne black granite sarcophagus to find three decomposed mummies after
Barnier welcomes Raab by stressing urgency of Irish border deadline

Barnier welcomes Raab by stressing urgency of Irish border deadline

As EU negotiator meets Brexit secretary in Brussels, Raab calls for more ‘vim’ in talksThe EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has welcomed Dominic Raab to Brussels with a thinly veiled critique of
'One more racist law': reactions as Israel axes Arabic as official language

'One more racist law': reactions as Israel axes Arabic as official language

‘Nation state’ law gives Jews exclusive rights over Arabs who make up fifth of Israel’s populationThe passing of a law in Israel that affords exclusive rights to Jewish people and removes Arabic as an
All abuzz: bee in the city - in pictures

All abuzz: bee in the city - in pictures

Bee in the City is an exhibition of 100 individually decorated bee sculptures that will go on display across Manchester. Each bee has been designed to reflect the city’s industrial heritage and music
How Trump destabilised Montenegro with a few words

How Trump destabilised Montenegro with a few words

US president’s implication that Balkan state was unworthy of defence by Nato greeted with anger and disbeliefIn mid-summer, Montenegrins are usually preoccupied with cooling themselves off along the
Footage of sole survivor of Amazon tribe emerges

Footage of sole survivor of Amazon tribe emerges

Man believed to be in his 50s seen swinging an axe to fell a tree in Brazilian forestRemarkable footage has been released of an uncontacted indigenous man who has lived alone in an Amazon forest for
White House urged to give full account of Trump's private talks with Putin

White House urged to give full account of Trump's private talks with Putin

Russian officials hail ‘important verbal agreements’ in Helsinki Democrats: ‘Utterly amazing that no one knows what was said’ The White House was under growing pressure on Thursday to provide a full
Democrats 'less inclined to cheat on spouses than Republicans'

Democrats 'less inclined to cheat on spouses than Republicans'

Analysis finds Democrats used adultery website Ashley Madison substantially less than other US votersDemocrats are less inclined than Republicans to cheat on their spouses, according to researchers
Northern Ireland close to recession, CBI warns as May visits region

Northern Ireland close to recession, CBI warns as May visits region

Business group says collapse of power-sharing and Brexit turmoil are taking their tollNorthern Ireland is edging towards recession, the Confederation of British Industry has warned as Theresa May
UK intelligence and police using child spies in covert operations

UK intelligence and police using child spies in covert operations

Home Office wants more freedom to find information on terrorists and gangs via childrenBritish police and intelligence agencies are using children as spies in covert operations against terrorists,
Spanish court drops international warrant for Carles Puigdemont

Spanish court drops international warrant for Carles Puigdemont

Decision means former Catalan president and colleagues no longer face extradition threatA Spanish judge has dropped the international arrest warrants issued for the former Catalan president Carles
FamilyOFive: YouTube bans 'pranksters' after child abuse conviction

FamilyOFive: YouTube bans 'pranksters' after child abuse conviction

Michael and Heather Martin were sentenced to five years of probation last year for treatment of children in videosYouTube has banned a family of vloggers from its platform, after the parents were
GP ordered contract killing via 'Chechen mob' website, jury told

GP ordered contract killing via 'Chechen mob' website, jury told

David Crichton had vendetta against adviser over £300,000 pension loss, court hearsA retired GP from Dorset ordered the contract killing of a financial adviser via a website linked to mobsters in
Donald Trump lambasts EU over $5.1bn fine for Google

Donald Trump lambasts EU over $5.1bn fine for Google

‘They have truly taken advantage of the U.S., but not for long!’Google guilty of ‘serious illegal behaviour’ over Android appsDonald Trump has attacked the European Union’s decision to fine Google
Denis Ten: Olympic figure skater who won bronze stabbed to death

Denis Ten: Olympic figure skater who won bronze stabbed to death

Athlete won Kazakhstan’s first-ever Olympic skating medal25-year-old was killed during an attempted robberyDenis Ten, the first Kazakh figure-skater to win an Olympic medal, has been killed at the age
No-deal Brexit would harm EU countries as well as UK, warns IMF

No-deal Brexit would harm EU countries as well as UK, warns IMF

Growth across Europe forecast to fall if UK adopted WTO rules, with Britain worst affectedBritain crashing out of the EU without a deal would inflict significant economic pain across Europe leaving
Call for inquiry into ex-EU commissioner's jobs with six firms

Call for inquiry into ex-EU commissioner's jobs with six firms

Campaigners want investigation into posts taken up by Lord Hill since quitting as commissioner in 2016Britain’s former EU commissioner Lord Hill of Oareford is facing calls for an inquiry after taking
Showers to interrupt UK heatwave before temperatures rise again

Showers to interrupt UK heatwave before temperatures rise again

Yellow warning issued for south-east but sunny weather set to return for weekendRain is set to briefly dampen the UK’s potentially record-breaking summer before temperatures rise again into the
British public bought £14bn of goods made by slaves in 2017, claims report

British public bought £14bn of goods made by slaves in 2017, claims report

Global slavery index identifies electronics and clothes among UK imports from countries where labour abuses may have occurred Billions of pounds worth of laptops, mobile phones and clothing likely to