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Police investigate video showing England fans making Nazi salutes

Police investigate video showing England fans making Nazi salutes

• Footage appears to show fans at World Cup singing fascist song • FA condemns ‘disgraceful’ conduct and pledges to help inquiryBritish police are working with the Football Association to investigate
How can we ignore child refugees facing cruelty and toxic stress? | Letters

How can we ignore child refugees facing cruelty and toxic stress? | Letters

Former child refugee Marcelo Venegas writes about the inhumanity of separating immigrant children from their parents at the US border, while another reader draws attention to a teenage asylum seeker’s
'Womp womp': Corey Lewandowski on border separation of girl with Down's syndrome

'Womp womp': Corey Lewandowski on border separation of girl with Down's syndrome

Trump’s ex-campaign manager refused to apologize for dismissing the seriousness of removal of girl from her motherDonald Trump’s former presidential campaign manager has refused to apologize for
Hungary passes anti-immigrant 'Stop Soros' laws

Hungary passes anti-immigrant 'Stop Soros' laws

Legislation approved by parliament restricts ability of NGOs to help in asylum claimsHungary’s parliament has passed a series of laws that criminalise any individual or group that offers to help an
David Davis obituary

David Davis obituary

My brother-in-law, David Davis, who has died aged 70, was a quiet revolutionary. In the early 1970s, working in the state prosecutor’s office in Durban, South Africa, he began to moonlight as a lawyer
Jeremy Hunt apologises for 'truly shocking' deaths at Gosport hospital – Politics live

Jeremy Hunt apologises for 'truly shocking' deaths at Gosport hospital – Politics live

Follow live updates for PMQs, health secretary statement and Theresa May’s final push to head off a ‘meaningful vote’ rebellion on BrexitPMQs - Snap verdict 1.18pm BST Turning back to the EU
Grenfell Tower borough 'behaved like a property developer'

Grenfell Tower borough 'behaved like a property developer'

Council’s chief executive made comment in private meeting with survivors’ group, MPs toldThe chief executive of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea told survivors of the Grenfell Tower
Alan Sugar under fire over 'racist' Senegal World Cup team tweet

Alan Sugar under fire over 'racist' Senegal World Cup team tweet

Peer apologises after comparing players to people selling bags and sunglasses on beaches in tweet BBC calls ‘seriously misjudged’Alan Sugar has been criticised for posting a tweet about the Senegal
Eerie scenes in war-torn Aden, Yemen – in pictures

Eerie scenes in war-torn Aden, Yemen – in pictures

The mostly empty streets of Aden, Yemen’s southern port city and seat of government, are eerily quiet after three years of civil war. Violence, famine and disease have ravished the country, which was
Heat and dust: Kathmandu's commuter hell – in pictures

Heat and dust: Kathmandu's commuter hell – in pictures

As the government ploughs on with its controversial road expansion scheme, commuting in Nepal’s capital can take up to four hours – while many joke that the dust mask has become part of the national
Many of my childhood friends are dead. Is masculinity to blame?

Many of my childhood friends are dead. Is masculinity to blame?

The blue-collar town of Kamloops has been riven by accidents, overdoses and suicides. After losing several friends, one writer returned to find out whyI grew up in Kamloops, a small blue-collar city
'The entire habitat is gone': Hawaii's natural wonders claimed by lava

'The entire habitat is gone': Hawaii's natural wonders claimed by lava

The Kilauea eruption has wiped out rare sites and whole ecosystems. As the island mourns a tragedy, it also accepts the brutal cycle of nature In Puna, the area of Hawaii island that’s been hardest
Protesters confront US homeland security secretary in Mexican restaurant – video

Protesters confront US homeland security secretary in Mexican restaurant – video

Kirstjen Nielsen, the US homeland security secretary, is confronted by protesters who chant 'shame' as she dines at a Mexican restaurant. The video was originally posted by the Metro DC Democratic
On the Mexican border desperate women face impossible choice

On the Mexican border desperate women face impossible choice

For the women and children hoping to cross into the US, the options are death at home or forced separation in TexasA group of weary women sort through a suitcase of used clothes in the shady yard of a
‘The fact we exist is huge’: Iran’s women plotting course to world stage

‘The fact we exist is huge’: Iran’s women plotting course to world stage

Twelve years ago Kat Khosrowyar arrived in Iran on holiday. Now she’s driving a revolution in women’s football thereTo say things have changed for women’s football in Iran since Katayoun Khosrowyar
Fifteen children removed from families in Tennant Creek, NT says

Fifteen children removed from families in Tennant Creek, NT says

As Malcolm Turnbull agrees to send two ministers to the town, Territory Families chief says more could have been done for victims of abuseThe Northern Territory government has removed 15 children from
Trump backs plan to end family separations but shirks responsibility

Trump backs plan to end family separations but shirks responsibility

As anger over policy grows, it emerges children are being sent to ‘tender age’ sheltersFamily separation crisis – live updatesDonald Trump has told Republicans he is “1,000%” behind their immigration
Barnaby Joyce scandal resurfaces with estranged wife's interview on day of tax debate – as it happened

Barnaby Joyce scandal resurfaces with estranged wife's interview on day of tax debate – as it happened

Women’s Weekly says former deputy prime minister’s wife wants to set the record straight. All the day’s events, live • Natalie Joyce speaks for first time after Barnaby’s affair • Coalition inches
Battling tokenism: Zimbabwe's female politicians pin hopes on polls

Battling tokenism: Zimbabwe's female politicians pin hopes on polls

In July’s crucial election – the first since the fall of Mugabe – women hope to deliver a decisive blow against sexism Women in Zimbabwe are hoping for a political breakthrough in the forthcoming
Trump's family separation policy is as damaging to America as Abu Ghraib | Michael H Fuchs

Trump's family separation policy is as damaging to America as Abu Ghraib | Michael H Fuchs

The torture of detainees at the Iraqi prison shattered America’s image as a defender of human rights – and separating families only further undermines itThe words “Abu Ghraib” have become synonymous