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Who is Cory Booker? Rising Democratic star enters 2020 race – video

Who is Cory Booker? Rising Democratic star enters 2020 race – video

Senator Cory Booker has jumped into the already busy field of Democratic candidates running for the White House in 2020 in a bid to turf out Donald Trump. Booker, 49, made his announcement as Black
Empire actor Jussie Smollett speaks out on attack: 'Justice will be served'

Empire actor Jussie Smollett speaks out on attack: 'Justice will be served'

Actor says he has been ‘consistent’ with police during investigation into what he says was racist and homophobic attackEmpire actor Jussie Smollett has said he has been “consistent on every level”
JD Salinger's unseen writings to be published, family confirms

JD Salinger's unseen writings to be published, family confirms

Exclusive: The Catcher in the Rye author’s son tells the Guardian estate will publish ‘all of what he wrote’ over next decadeMatt Salinger: ‘My father was writing for 50 years without publishing.
The sausage hotel: is this the wurst place to spend a night in Germany?

The sausage hotel: is this the wurst place to spend a night in Germany?

The owner of Gasthaus Böbel is the local butcher. And with everything from sausage wallpaper to pillows, he has taken his obsessions and run wildName: The sausage hotel.Official name: Gasthaus Böbel.
'Enough is enough': tree planted for murdered schoolboy Jaden Moodie

'Enough is enough': tree planted for murdered schoolboy Jaden Moodie

Fourteen-year-old from Nottingham was brutally killed in attack in Waltham Forest in LondonOrange and white ribbons were tied to an oak sapling planted in memory of murdered schoolboy Jaden Moodie at
Officials warn of putrefying piles of rubbish after no-deal Brexit

Officials warn of putrefying piles of rubbish after no-deal Brexit

Exclusive: leaked emails show officials planning crisis centres to manage halt in waste exports to EUGovernment officials are preparing to deal with “putrefying stockpiles” of rubbish in the event of
Vatican remains not those of two girls who disappeared in 1983

Vatican remains not those of two girls who disappeared in 1983

Families question how experts did not immediately recognise remains were ancientHuman remains found at property in Rome owned by the Vatican belonged to an ancient Roman man and not to either of two
Why is Venezuela in crisis? – video explainer

Why is Venezuela in crisis? – video explainer

Venezuelans have been in a state of uncertainty since Juan Guaidó, the leader of the democratically elected national assembly, declared himself the interim president in a move against the current
French food law will not squeeze shopping budgets, minister says

French food law will not squeeze shopping budgets, minister says

Introduction of minimum prices in supermarkets aims to increase farmers’ incomes France’s agriculture minister has sought to reassure households that food shopping bills would not jump dramatically
Nigerian man kills himself in Italy after residence permit denial

Nigerian man kills himself in Italy after residence permit denial

Prince Jerry, 25, ‘fell into deep depression’ after losing appeal to stay in country, say sources A Nigerian man killed himself in Italy after authorities denied him a residence permit, a charity that
Mother of three-year-old is first person convicted of FGM in UK

Mother of three-year-old is first person convicted of FGM in UK

Ugandan woman from east London was accused of mutilating daughter in 2017 The mother of a three-year-old girl has become the first person to be found guilty of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the
Australia's extreme heat is sign of things to come, scientists warn

Australia's extreme heat is sign of things to come, scientists warn

Hottest month ever shows temperatures rising faster than predicted, say climate expertsAustralia sweltered through the hottest month in its history in January, spurring mass deaths of fish, fire
UK aid funding must not be privatised | Letter

UK aid funding must not be privatised | Letter

Proposals to refocus aid as private investment could weaken support for vulnerable people worldwide, says Claire GodfreyProposals by the international development secretary, Penny Mordaunt, to refocus
Mass protests to sweep across Venezuela as Maduro clings on

Mass protests to sweep across Venezuela as Maduro clings on

Street demonstrations designed to drive Maduro out of office will be held on Saturday as he insists ‘we are indestructible’ Mass street protests designed to drive Nicolás Maduro out of office and into
UK arrest warrant for Sri Lanka attache over throat-cut gestures revoked

UK arrest warrant for Sri Lanka attache over throat-cut gestures revoked

Priyanka Fernando conviction appeared to trigger stream of diplomatic exchangesAn arrest warrant for a former Sri Lankan military attache, convicted of public order offences after making cut-throat
Banksy fake banknote artwork joins British Museum collection

Banksy fake banknote artwork joins British Museum collection

Piece depicts Princess Diana and was one of thousands of copies produced in 2004More than a decade after he cheekily stuck a fake artwork to the wall of one of its galleries, Banksy has officially
‘There is no silver bullet’: how young BME people suffer under criminal justice system

‘There is no silver bullet’: how young BME people suffer under criminal justice system

Theresa May promised to address injustice of black men being treated more harshly – but the problem has worsenedWhen Theresa May announced on the steps of Downing Street she was to be the new prime
Donald Trump confirms US withdrawal from INF nuclear treaty

Donald Trump confirms US withdrawal from INF nuclear treaty

Announcement gives Russia 180 days to destroy violating missiles and launchers to avoid new arms raceFollow the latest US politics news liveDonald Trump has confirmed that the US is leaving the
Senior HMRC official sacked after sexual misconduct claims

Senior HMRC official sacked after sexual misconduct claims

Exclusive: Mark Nellthorp was subject of complaints by five junior female employeesA senior civil servant at HM Revenue & Customs has been sacked after facing a catalogue of sexual misconduct
Angela Merkel gives up Facebook page after stepping down as party leader

Angela Merkel gives up Facebook page after stepping down as party leader

German chancellor has said she will not seek re-election when her term ends in 2021Angela Merkel has already given up the leadership of Germany’s centre-right Christian Democratic Union – now she is