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Brazil's sole openly gay congressman leaves country after death threats

Brazil's sole openly gay congressman leaves country after death threats

Jean Wyllys said he was currently outside of the country and had no plans to return after a growing number of threats in past yearBrazil’s first and only openly gay congressman has announced that he
Morning mail: Venezuela on brink, Victoria swelters, Amanda Knox ruling

Morning mail: Venezuela on brink, Victoria swelters, Amanda Knox ruling

Friday: Donald Trump’s recognition of Venezuela’s opposition leader takes crisis to new level. Plus: no respite from heatwaveGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and
'I am innocent of any criminality,' says Alex Salmond outside court – video

'I am innocent of any criminality,' says Alex Salmond outside court – video

The former Scottish first minister says he ‘refutes absolutely these allegations of criminality’ as he speaks to the media following a hearing at Edinburgh sheriff court, where he was charged with
UN executions expert to visit Turkey to lead Khashoggi inquiry

UN executions expert to visit Turkey to lead Khashoggi inquiry

Investigation comes as Saudi efforts to normalise relations with west move on to DavosA UN expert on executions is to travel to Turkey next week to lead an “independent international inquiry” into the
Venezuela the day after: Caracas returns to grind of slow-burn crisis

Venezuela the day after: Caracas returns to grind of slow-burn crisis

Constitutional crisis takes a back seat to half-empty schools, sparsely stocked shops and grinding commutes across CaracasThursday morning in Caracas dawned much like any other day in the slow decline
Philip Hammond urges business leaders to accept Brexit result

Philip Hammond urges business leaders to accept Brexit result

Speaking in Davos, chancellor says changes such as end to free movement are on the way Philip Hammond has told business leaders they need to accept the result of Britain’s EU referendum and warned
The Guardian view on Venezuela: its people deserve better | Editorial

The Guardian view on Venezuela: its people deserve better | Editorial

Nicolás Maduro has failed his country. Now the US response has raised the stakesVenezuela’s people deserve better than president Nicolás Maduro or reckless US-led intervention. The country is in the
'I've absolutely had enough': Tory MP embarks on anti-austerity tour

'I've absolutely had enough': Tory MP embarks on anti-austerity tour

Heidi Allen joins former Labour MP Frank Field on mission to highlight the poverty caused by her party’s policiesHeidi Allen and Frank Field make an odd partnership at first glance. Allen, 44, the
Footage reveals Prince Philip had crash in 1964 while driving Queen

Footage reveals Prince Philip had crash in 1964 while driving Queen

Duke drove ‘straight at me’, says man interviewed by ITV after accident in BerkshireAs Norfolk police continue to investigate the Duke of Edinburgh’s serious collision near Sandringham, archive
Doomsday clock stays at two minutes to midnight as crisis now 'new abnormal'

Doomsday clock stays at two minutes to midnight as crisis now 'new abnormal'

Warning that ‘We are like passengers on the Titanic, ignoring the iceberg ahead’ in face of nuclear arms and climate change threatsThe risk to global civilisation from nuclear weapons and climate
'We want to work': how the shutdown is affecting US federal workers – video

'We want to work': how the shutdown is affecting US federal workers – video

As the longest US government shutdown continues, unpaid workers are feeling the strain. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees have gone without pay for weeks Continue reading...
Tshisekedi calls for 'a Congo for all' after disputed election

Tshisekedi calls for 'a Congo for all' after disputed election

As Kabila wraps presidential sash around successor, doubts linger about vote’s credibilityThe new president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has called for national reconciliation after being
Melbourne detention centre denies babies suitable food, mothers say

Melbourne detention centre denies babies suitable food, mothers say

Australian Border Force rejects claim and says it takes all necessary steps to care for those in detentionTwo mothers inside a Melbourne immigration detention centre say they are being denied
Canada: mother and uncle accused of 'honor killing' extradited to India

Canada: mother and uncle accused of 'honor killing' extradited to India

Uncle and mother, both Canadian citizens of Indian origin, accused by Indian authorities of killing daughter in 2000Canada has extradited the mother and uncle of a woman killed 19 years ago to face
Venezuela crisis: US pulls out staff and tells citizens to 'strongly consider' leaving

Venezuela crisis: US pulls out staff and tells citizens to 'strongly consider' leaving

Defence minister Vladimir Padrino accuses opposition, US and regional allies of launching attempted coup against MaduroThe US state department has urged its citizens to “strongly consider” leaving
Trump administration reportedly drafts emergency order for wall funding – as it happened

Trump administration reportedly drafts emergency order for wall funding – as it happened

Democratic and Trump-backed proposals fall short in SenateMichael Cohen subpoenaed by Senate intelligence committeeSign up for the Guardian’s daily morning briefing 1.55am GMT That’s a wrap for
Emiliano Sala's sister begs rescuers to restart search for missing footballer

Emiliano Sala's sister begs rescuers to restart search for missing footballer

Romina Sala says she believes he is still alive after plane vanished over Channel IslandsThe family of the footballer Emiliano Sala have pleaded for rescuers to continue searching for the player and a
Court in Italy rules Matteo Salvini should be tried for kidnapping

Court in Italy rules Matteo Salvini should be tried for kidnapping

Leader of far-right party under investigation after preventing 177 migrants from disembarking in ItalyItaly’s deputy prime minister and interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is one step away from facing
'Never seen anything like it': 'white' rats descend on Italian village

'Never seen anything like it': 'white' rats descend on Italian village

Special taskforce set up in Gattolino to tackle sudden rodent infestation It is like a scene from a horror film. As a car drives along a quiet road at night, hundreds of rats scuttle across the
Gilets jaunes name 10 candidates for European elections

Gilets jaunes name 10 candidates for European elections

Protest group in France says it wants to ‘transform the anger into a human political project’The gilets jaunes (yellow vests) have named 10 candidates for the European parliament elections in May and