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Israel claims aid worker shot dead by its troops was Palestinian militant

Israel claims aid worker shot dead by its troops was Palestinian militant

Médecins Sans Frontières is examining Israeli allegations that the aid worker was attempting to carry out an attack from GazaIsraeli allegations that an aid worker shot dead by its troops earlier this
Spanish government approves exhumation of Francisco Franco

Spanish government approves exhumation of Francisco Franco

Former dictator’s grandson says moving remains from mausoleum is ‘vengeful’Spain has taken another step towards dealing with the legacy of the civil war after the government approved the exhumation of
Hurricane Lane lashes Hawaii, triggering flash floods and landslides

Hurricane Lane lashes Hawaii, triggering flash floods and landslides

‘This is a very dangerous situation. Avoid unnecessary travel’Evacuations and road closures but no reports of injuriesHurricane Lane, a powerful Category 3 storm, has lashed Hawaii with high winds and
Italian prosecutors to question Salvini on migration standoff

Italian prosecutors to question Salvini on migration standoff

Hardline minister may face legal proceedings as EU hits back over budget threatThe EU has hit back at a threat by Italy’s populist government to halt its budget payments to Brussels amid a row over a
'Our party has been bruised and battered': new PM addresses Australia – video

'Our party has been bruised and battered': new PM addresses Australia – video

Scott Morrison, the new prime minister of Australia, addresses the nation after successfully mounting a late challenge during a drawn-out struggle for power in the governing Liberal party. Morrison,
Donald Trump hits back after attorney general's public rebuke

Donald Trump hits back after attorney general's public rebuke

US president tweets that Jeff Sessions should ‘look into all of the corruption’ by political foesDonald Trump has hit back at his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, after Sessions issued an unusual
Cornish public toilet with sea view up for auction for £15,000

Cornish public toilet with sea view up for auction for £15,000

Conveniently located building in Newlyn could be turned into a residential propertyA stone building with a harbour view in mainland Britain’s most southerly town that could be turned into a bijou home
'We cannot go back': grim future facing Rohingya one year after attacks

'We cannot go back': grim future facing Rohingya one year after attacks

Food is dwindling and agencies warn of ‘lost generation’ of children growing up without schoolWhen the armed men arrived at her northern Myanmar village, Anuwara, a 33-year-old Rohingya woman, first
BDS: how a controversial non-violent movement has transformed the Israeli-Palestinian debate – podcast

BDS: how a controversial non-violent movement has transformed the Israeli-Palestinian debate – podcast

Israel sees the international boycott campaign as an existential threat to the Jewish state. Palestinians regard it as their last resort• Read the text version hereSubscribe via Audioboom, iTunes,
Berlin residents told to shut windows as forest fire smoke engulfs city

Berlin residents told to shut windows as forest fire smoke engulfs city

Firefighters battling blaze in Brandenburg are hampered by unexploded war munitionsBerlin residents have been told to shut windows and doors after a large forest fire sent a giant plume of smoke
Choose a side: the battle to keep French isle McDonald's-free

Choose a side: the battle to keep French isle McDonald's-free

Mayor on Île d’Oléron is leading the fight, saying the island is ‘not about mass consumption’Inside a ramshackle former holiday club on the picturesque Île d’Oléron off France’s Atlantic coast, a
Norway's $1tn wealth fund urged to keep oil and gas investments

Norway's $1tn wealth fund urged to keep oil and gas investments

Government advisers reject central bank’s proposal to sell billions held in oil stocksGovernment advisers have urged Norway not to ditch oil and gas investments from its $1tn sovereign wealth fund, in
Salisbury park to reopen after novichok search ends

Salisbury park to reopen after novichok search ends

Queen Elizabeth Gardens was closed after Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley visit A park in the centre of Salisbury that has been cordoned off for almost two months after a Wiltshire couple were
She has a camper van, he has a private jet – can a Democrat take Montana?

She has a camper van, he has a private jet – can a Democrat take Montana?

Kathleen Williams is the Democratic nominee taking on one of the wealthiest members of Congress for the state’s sole House seat, which the GOP has held for nearly three decades It’s 90 minutes before
Where the sidewalk ends: LA businesses put up fences to keep out homeless

Where the sidewalk ends: LA businesses put up fences to keep out homeless

As homelessness rises in the city, business owners are blocking off sidewalksThe day the fence arrived, Gabe was sitting next to his tent, right at the heart of Los Angeles’ Skid Row. It was a chain
Scott Morrison faces uphill battle after Liberal party bloodbath

Scott Morrison faces uphill battle after Liberal party bloodbath

New prime minister could accommodate Peter Dutton in government and does not rule out return of Tony AbbottScott Morrison has emerged victorious from the Liberal party’s vicious civil war to take the
Brexit secretary heads to Brussels for talks as October deadline slips

Brexit secretary heads to Brussels for talks as October deadline slips

Dominic Raab says ‘vigour’ needed in EU negotiations as David Lidington hints November deal more likelyDominic Raab plans to resume negotiations in Brussels next week, as the government insists it has
James Bond on film – 007's best and worst movies ranked!

James Bond on film – 007's best and worst movies ranked!

With the news of Danny Boyle’s departure as director of the next 007 instalment, we rank the big-screen outings of Britain’s finest, from 1962’s Dr No to 2015’s SpectreWrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Even
Hundreds dead, no one charged: the uphill battle against LA police killings

Hundreds dead, no one charged: the uphill battle against LA police killings

The families of Grechario Mack and Kenneth Ross Jr, whose deaths made few headlines, speak out: ‘They took a part of me’Catherine Walker closed her eyes, pressed her hands over her ears, and tried to
Katie Piper's acid attacker to be released from prison

Katie Piper's acid attacker to be released from prison

Stefan Sylvestre was jailed for life for attacking TV presenter on instruction of her ex-boyfriend The man who threw acid over the TV presenter Katie Piper is to be released from prison after serving