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Panama papers: Maltese prime minister cleared of wrongdoing

Panama papers: Maltese prime minister cleared of wrongdoing

Joseph Muscat says ‘justice has been served’ after probe found no involvement in money laundering or fraudThe Maltese prime minister Joseph Muscat says a year-long inquiry into allegations of
Sri Lankan reform has 'ground to a halt' with torture used freely – UN

Sri Lankan reform has 'ground to a halt' with torture used freely – UN

Coalition government has failed on promise to repeal Prevention of Terrorism Act Sri Lanka’s progress towards reform has “virtually ground to a halt” and brutal torture is used with impunity, the UN
Earth's resources consumed in ever greater destructive volumes

Earth's resources consumed in ever greater destructive volumes

Study says the date by which we consume a year’s worth of resources is arriving fasterHumanity is devouring our planet’s resources in increasingly destructive volumes, according to a new study that
British terrorist jailed aged 14 seeks lifetime anonymity on release

British terrorist jailed aged 14 seeks lifetime anonymity on release

Blackburn youth given five years for inciting jihadist to plot to kill Australian police officersBritain’s youngest convicted terrorist, who was jailed for his part in a plot to behead police officers
Morning mail: women's heart treatment, FBI documents, White Helmets rescued

Morning mail: women's heart treatment, FBI documents, White Helmets rescued

Monday: women who suffer serious heart attacks get much worse hospital treatment than men. Plus: Carter Page documents releasedGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and
Police name gunman charged with murder in Trader Joe's siege

Police name gunman charged with murder in Trader Joe's siege

Gene Evin Atkins, 28, held on $2m bail after LA incidentWoman killed in supermarket was Melyda Corado, 27A gunman who got into a deadly shootout with police and then took dozens of people hostage at a
11 South African taxi drivers shot dead in minibus ambush

11 South African taxi drivers shot dead in minibus ambush

Four other drivers critically injured by unknown gunmen in KwaZulu-Natal province Eleven South African minibus taxi drivers were shot dead and four injured when unknown gunmen opened fire on their
The Guardian view on Israel’s new law: popular will is being weaponised | Editorial

The Guardian view on Israel’s new law: popular will is being weaponised | Editorial

The ‘nation state’ bill pays lip service to minority protections. Palestinian citizens have every right to be angryLast week Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, passed a controversial bill declaring
Macron orders shake-up of presidential office after bodyguard scandal, reports say

Macron orders shake-up of presidential office after bodyguard scandal, reports say

Bodyguard Alexandre Benalla indicted for ‘gang violence’ after assaults on May Day demonstratorsThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, has ordered a shake-up of his office after acknowledging failings
Jacob Rees-Mogg's investment fund launches second Irish fund

Jacob Rees-Mogg's investment fund launches second Irish fund

New fund was created to meet demand from international investors, according to SCMA second investment fund has been set up in Ireland by the City firm co-founded by Jacob Rees-Mogg, after it warned
Trump-Russia: FBI believed Carter Page 'collaborated and conspired' with Moscow

Trump-Russia: FBI believed Carter Page 'collaborated and conspired' with Moscow

Former Trump adviser denies being ‘agent of foreign power’President accuses own government of serious malpractice The Trump administration has released documents related to the surveillance of the
Man arrested after acid attack on three-year-old boy in Worcester

Man arrested after acid attack on three-year-old boy in Worcester

Police believe child, who is being treated for severe burns, was deliberately targetedPolice have arrested a man and are appealing for information from the public after a three-year-old boy was
US rightwing groups bankroll campaign to free Tommy Robinson

US rightwing groups bankroll campaign to free Tommy Robinson

Thinktank that paid for far-right activist’s legal defence says other groups are backing himA rightwing American thinktank that spent a five-figure sum on Tommy Robinson’s legal defence has said it is
Accused spy Maria Butina not mentioned in US readout of Russia call

Accused spy Maria Butina not mentioned in US readout of Russia call

Moscow says Butina’s case did come up between Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and US secretary of state Mike PompeoThe US version of what the top American and Russian diplomats discussed in
Price of peace: calm returns to Damascus as Assad eyes victory

Price of peace: calm returns to Damascus as Assad eyes victory

Syria’s civil war seems to be nearing end amid government advances - but at appalling costCrossing into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon, visitors are greeted by giant posters of the country’s
Jonathan Gold, first restaurant critic to win a Pulitzer, dies aged 57

Jonathan Gold, first restaurant critic to win a Pulitzer, dies aged 57

The Los Angeles Times reported Gold died Saturday after being diagnosed earlier this month with pancreatic cancerJonathan Gold, the first restaurant critic to win the Pulitzer prize for criticism, has

Moment LA shooter surrenders himself to police - video

Aerials show moment a gunman surrendered himself to Los Angeles police after he held dozens of people hostage for about three hours. Before taking the hostages, police say the man shot his grandmother
Shinobu Hashimoto obituary

Shinobu Hashimoto obituary

Japanese screenwriter best known for the the film classics Rashomon and Seven SamuraiWhen Rashomon won the Golden Lion at the Venice film festival in 1951, it opened up the floodgate forJapanese films
'It hits you very quickly': Canada brews first cannabis beer

'It hits you very quickly': Canada brews first cannabis beer

Entrepreneurs across the country are racing to capitalise on drug’s legalisation Scientists in a small Ontario laboratory are testing enzymes and experimenting with fermentation. Their techniques are
Goiat the bear may be expelled from Pyrenees over horse killings

Goiat the bear may be expelled from Pyrenees over horse killings

Brown bear’s fate could be worse still after he riles farmers with attacks on livestockAfter two years of roaming and a string of attacks on horses, sheep and goats, Goiat the brown bear could soon