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Gerry Adams calls for meeting with people who attacked house

Gerry Adams calls for meeting with people who attacked house

Ex-Sinn Féin leader says he wants to know why explosive devices thrown at Belfast home The former Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has called on those who attacked his home to meet him and explain
President Trump waves to protesters as he plays golf in Scotland – video

President Trump waves to protesters as he plays golf in Scotland – video

Donald Trump encounters further protests as he plays golf at his golf resort in Ayrshire. He waves several times at the protesters and they continue to chant 'no Trump, no KKK, no racist USA'
Nicola Sturgeon leads Scotland's largest ever Pride event in Glasgow

Nicola Sturgeon leads Scotland's largest ever Pride event in Glasgow

Scotland’s first minister, a big supporter of LGBT rights, is event’s honorary grand martialNicola Sturgeon has become the only serving prime minister or first minister in the UK to have led a Pride
'This massacre must stop': Nicaraguan student rebels face militia assault

'This massacre must stop': Nicaraguan student rebels face militia assault

Witnesses describe terrifying attack on occupied university where activists are protesting president Daniel OrtegaPro-government militias have launched what witnesses described as a terrifying
England finish fourth at World Cup after Eden Hazard seals Belgium win

England finish fourth at World Cup after Eden Hazard seals Belgium win

There was a collective puffing of cheeks by England’s players at the final whistle as realisation dawned that it was over. They ended up victims of Belgium’s best-ever World Cup showing, beaten by a
'A goldmine': mummies' secrets uncovered in Egypt

'A goldmine': mummies' secrets uncovered in Egypt

Archaeologists find mummification workshop in the Saqqara necropolisDeep below the sands of the Saqqara necropolis, archaeologists have uncovered a unique discovery they say reveals the secrets of the
Tartan tans: Donald Trump in Scotland – in pictures

Tartan tans: Donald Trump in Scotland – in pictures

As the US president enjoys some R&R at his golf club in Turnberry, protesters and supporters make their voices heard Continue reading...
Will Putin use his good cop, bad cop routine in summit with Trump?

Will Putin use his good cop, bad cop routine in summit with Trump?

Western policymakers are nervous about the two presidents meeting on MondayVladimir Putin used his good cop, bad cop routine the first time he met Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga when she was president of
Huge iceberg threatens tiny Greenland village

Huge iceberg threatens tiny Greenland village

Residents of Innaarsuit fear the 100-metre high berg will break up and cause a tsunamiA 100-metre (330ft) high iceberg has drifted close to a tiny settlement on Greenland’s west coast, prompting fears
'Sir David Boaty McBoatface' is launched

'Sir David Boaty McBoatface' is launched

The vessel officially known as RRS David Attenborough will investigate Antarctic As the massive hull of RRS Sir David Attenborough – the ship the public wanted to be called Boaty McBoatface – slid
Don’t look now … it’s the sandwich police, saving Venice from its tourists

Don’t look now … it’s the sandwich police, saving Venice from its tourists

In a bid to stop visitors tarnishing the city’s image, stewards are monitoring so-called uncouth behaviour. But is it a step too far?A couple of resting tourists look baffled as they are shooed away
Most US mass shootings are domestic violence – and don't make major news

Most US mass shootings are domestic violence – and don't make major news

A tragic incident in Alabama this week reminds me that women have long been canaries in the coal mine of male violenceThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world of
Ryanair passengers taken to hospital after emergency landing

Ryanair passengers taken to hospital after emergency landing

Dublin to Croatia flight landed in Frankfurt after the cabin became depressurisedMore than 30 passengers on a Ryanair flight were reportedly taken to hospital after the cabin became depressurised and
Thai boys rescued from flooded cave will leave hospital on Thursday

Thai boys rescued from flooded cave will leave hospital on Thursday

Health of all 12 youngsters and their coach has improved, says government ministerTwelve Thai boys and their football coach rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand are recovering well and will be
'Well below par': protesting paraglider flies over Trump’s Scotland resort - video

'Well below par': protesting paraglider flies over Trump’s Scotland resort - video

A paraglider has flown over Donald Trump's Turnberry golf resort in Scotland. The Greenpeace protester was trailing a banner saying: 'Trump: well below par'. Police are currently searching for the
Nancy Sinatra Sr dies aged 101

Nancy Sinatra Sr dies aged 101

Nancy Barbato was the first of the singer’s four wives and the mother of his three childrenNancy Sinatra Sr, the childhood sweetheart of Frank Sinatra who became the first of his four wives and the
London man charged over fatal stabbing of teenage girl

London man charged over fatal stabbing of teenage girl

Oluwaseyi Dada, 21, to face manslaughter charge after girl, 17, killed in Camberwell A 21-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter after a teenage girl was fatally stabbed. Oluwaseyi Dada, of
Thousands protest across Scotland as Trump plays golf

Thousands protest across Scotland as Trump plays golf

Marchers stream through Edinburgh and group chants ‘no racist USA’ in Ayrshire Thousands of people have protested on the streets of Edinburgh against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK as the US president
African Anti-Corruption Day is a call to action | Muhammadu Buhari

African Anti-Corruption Day is a call to action | Muhammadu Buhari

The absence of accountability has allowed people to steal with impunity, making Africans poor when they should be richThe mark of African political leadership has too often been characterised by the
I was mugged on holiday. Don’t make the mistakes I made | Patrick Collinson

I was mugged on holiday. Don’t make the mistakes I made | Patrick Collinson

I’d just written about holiday money but hadn’t reckoned on the gangs that target touristsIt happened within an hour of arriving at Barcelona airport – and just a day after I had filed a piece on