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Leaked Labour papers reveal scale of challenge to tackle antisemitism

Leaked Labour papers reveal scale of challenge to tackle antisemitism

National executive committee only considered a minority of cases before disputes panel because of time constraintsLeaked Labour disciplinary papers have laid bare the scale of the challenge the
Ben Stokes acted like 'football hooligan' in Bristol brawl, court told

Ben Stokes acted like 'football hooligan' in Bristol brawl, court told

Video played at cricketer’s trial for affray shows him delivering knockout blow to head of former servicemanEngland cricketer Ben Stokes was behaving like a “football hooligan” as he punched an
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un inspects things – in pictures

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un inspects things – in pictures

Images of the dictator on tour offer insights on the life of one of the world’s most secretive rulers – and serve to bolster the cult of personality surrounding him Continue reading...
Victoria toughens negotiating stance on national energy guarantee

Victoria toughens negotiating stance on national energy guarantee

ACT offers compromise on emissions target in bid to end standoff with Turnbull governmentThe Australian Capital Territory has floated a compromise on setting an emissions reduction target in an
The Guardian view on Iran and sanctions: the EU stands firm | Editorial

The Guardian view on Iran and sanctions: the EU stands firm | Editorial

The nuclear deal was never perfect. But the Trump administration’s determination to derail it could have terrible consequencesThree years ago, the Guardian welcomed the Iran nuclear deal as a triumph
Good fryday: former Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams writing cookbook

Good fryday: former Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams writing cookbook

Adams says book will contain recipes that kept negotiators going during 1990s peace talksAs transformational journeys go, this one, it might be said, takes the biscuit. Gerry Adams, the former
Suspects in New Mexico child abuse raid 'had supernatural beliefs'

Suspects in New Mexico child abuse raid 'had supernatural beliefs'

Family member says the five adults arrested left with the children in November after believing they were in need of an exorcismThe estranged family of 11 malnourished children rescued from a squalid
Rodrigo Duterte threatens to kill corrupt police officers

Rodrigo Duterte threatens to kill corrupt police officers

Philippine president tells dozens of policemen that they will be ‘watched for mistakes’The Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, has threatened to kill corrupt police officers, including those
Saudi group posts photo of plane about to hit Toronto's CN tower amid Canada spat

Saudi group posts photo of plane about to hit Toronto's CN tower amid Canada spat

Infographic KSA apologised for tweeting the altered image on Monday, hours after Riyadh expelled the Canadian ambassadorA Saudi Arabian organisation has apologised for tweeting a digitally altered
Met Office warns of storms as heatwave blows itself out

Met Office warns of storms as heatwave blows itself out

London and south-east could see torrential rain and even hail as temperatures fallThe Met Office is warning that the heatwave that has scorched much of the country for weeks is about to end with a
EU seeking to restrict chemicals in tattoo inks over cancer fears

EU seeking to restrict chemicals in tattoo inks over cancer fears

Member states expected to get vote on proposals but UK will not have a say due to BrexitBrussels is on course to restrict the type of chemicals used in tattoo inks in response to an explosion in the
EU foreign policy chief calls on firms to defy Trump over Iran

EU foreign policy chief calls on firms to defy Trump over Iran

Federica Mogherini urges Europeans to increase business with Tehran despite US threatsThe EU is set on a collision course with Donald Trump after its foreign policy chief called for Europeans to
Largest wildfire in California's history expected to burn for rest of August

Largest wildfire in California's history expected to burn for rest of August

Mendocino Complex fire is the largest of eight major fires burning out of control across CaliforniaHow the Mendocino Complex fire became the largest in California history – a visual guideCalifornia’s
'A matter of life and death': Iranians despair as US sanctions bite

'A matter of life and death': Iranians despair as US sanctions bite

Poorest will be hardest hit as measures compound country’s economic woesSince graduating as a junior doctor from university in her hometown of Mashhad two years ago, Sanaz has treated some of Iran’s
Tommy Robinson: Instagram deleted my account

Tommy Robinson: Instagram deleted my account

Ex-EDL leader’s claim seen as latest move in social media firms’ crackdown against far-right figuresTommy Robinson has claimed his Instagram account has been deleted, in what may be the latest move in
'They wanted to jail us all' – Black Panthers photographer Neil Kenlock looks back

'They wanted to jail us all' – Black Panthers photographer Neil Kenlock looks back

From beauty pageants to burned-down pubs, Neil Kenlock spent decades capturing the struggles – and victories – of black Britain. Here he relives ‘some of the best years of my life’‘Sometimes I look at
How the Mendocino Complex fire became the largest in California history – a visual guide

How the Mendocino Complex fire became the largest in California history – a visual guide

The blaze in northern California, covering 443.4 square miles, is already the state’s largest ever wildfire. At least 3,900 crews are battling the fire, which has destroyed more than 80 homes and
Armed men flee after cars set alight outside Birmingham prison

Armed men flee after cars set alight outside Birmingham prison

Police say several vehicles have been set alight but there are no reported injuriesPolice and firefighters are responding to an incident outside Birmingham prison after reports of two masked men armed
Body found on Wales beach in 1985 identified as missing Irish man

Body found on Wales beach in 1985 identified as missing Irish man

DNA tests signal that remains are those of Joseph Brendan Dowley from KilkennyPolice have identified a body found on a north Wales beach 33 years ago as that of a 63-year-old Irish man from
Paul Manafort's lawyers to question Rick Gates's credibility after explosive testimony

Paul Manafort's lawyers to question Rick Gates's credibility after explosive testimony

Under cross examination at the tax evasion and bank fraud trial of his ex-boss Paul Manafort, Gates struggled to give clear answersA former campaign aide to Donald Trump lived a “secret life”