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US on brink of trade war with EU, Canada and Mexico as tit-for-tat tariffs begin

US on brink of trade war with EU, Canada and Mexico as tit-for-tat tariffs begin

Trump administration goes ahead with threatened tariffs on steel and aluminium as allies pledge to hit backTrump imposes tariffs – business liveThe United States and its traditional allies are on the
Italy: populist government sworn in as political deadlock ends

Italy: populist government sworn in as political deadlock ends

New PM Giuseppe Conte’s revised list of ministers agreed by president Sergio MattarellaItaly’s new populist government has been sworn in to power after the president, Sergio Mattarella, agreed to a
Posh royal expert exposed as Tommy from upstate New York

Posh royal expert exposed as Tommy from upstate New York

Thomas J Mace-Archer-Mills dispensed advice to Duchess of Sussex on how ‘us’ Brits behaveThomas J Mace-Archer-Mills Esq, the plummy-voiced leader of the British Monarchist Federation, was a regular
Trump expecting personal letter from Kim Jong-un as summit date nears

Trump expecting personal letter from Kim Jong-un as summit date nears

Trump said the letter, which will be delivered by a delegation visiting Washington, is ‘very important’ to the North KoreansA top aide to Kim Jong-un is to due to travel to Washington on Friday to
Avoiding meat and dairy is ‘single biggest way’ to reduce your impact on Earth

Avoiding meat and dairy is ‘single biggest way’ to reduce your impact on Earth

Biggest analysis to date reveals huge footprint of livestock - it provides just 18% of calories but takes up 83% of farmland Avoiding meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce your
School chaplains: secular groups say review is proof of proselytising

School chaplains: secular groups say review is proof of proselytising

Supporters and opponents of the program indicated that faith was being discussed in schools, despite ban Almost one in five public school parents have objected to religious views being shared with
Dinesh D’Souza: far-right provocateur and key figure in US culture wars

Dinesh D’Souza: far-right provocateur and key figure in US culture wars

Conservative commentator pardoned by Trump is a big fan of the president and has special enmity for Clinton and ObamaDonald Trump pardoned Dinesh D’Souza today. Who is he? Dinesh D’Souza is a
Nicaragua: peace talks with Ortega abandoned after 11 killed at protest

Nicaragua: peace talks with Ortega abandoned after 11 killed at protest

Bishops said they are ending talks with the president after pro-Ortega forces opened fire at a Mother’s Day protestNicaraguan bishops have announced they are abandoning peace talks with the embattled
Arkady Babchenko: pig's blood and makeup artist helped fake death - video

Arkady Babchenko: pig's blood and makeup artist helped fake death - video

Arkady Babchenko, the Russian journalist who faked his own death in order to evade an alleged plot to assassinate him, said pig's blood and a makeup artist were used to help stage the ruse. In an
Peru's Snow and Star festival - in pictures

Peru's Snow and Star festival - in pictures

Every year since 1783, in the Sinakara valley at the foot of Mount Ausangate in Peru, the Qoyllur Rit’i, or Snow and Star, festival draws tens of thousands of pilgrims from across the Peruvian Andes
Arkady Babchenko tells media he was taken to morgue for staged 'murder'

Arkady Babchenko tells media he was taken to morgue for staged 'murder'

Russian journalist smeared with pig’s blood as part of ruse with Ukrainian authoritiesThe Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko has described how his own death was dramatically faked, in an
Tourists told to stay away from Indian city of Shimla due to water crisis

Tourists told to stay away from Indian city of Shimla due to water crisis

Residents use social media to beg holidaymakers to avoid area as supply runs dryResidents of the picturesque Indian hill station Shimla are begging tourists to stay away amid a severe drinking water
Gender pay gap costs global economy $160tn, says World Bank study

Gender pay gap costs global economy $160tn, says World Bank study

Analysis of lifetime earnings across 141 countries suggests failure to reward women and men equally generates huge global lossGender equality would enrich the global economy by an estimated $160tn
Pilot who died in North Yorkshire helicopter crash was Queen's envoy

Pilot who died in North Yorkshire helicopter crash was Queen's envoy

Tributes paid to entrepreneur Barry Dodd, who was county’s lord lieutenant since 2014Shocked civic leaders have paid tribute to the Queen’s personal representative in North Yorkshire after he died in
World leaders hit back at Trump over 'totally unacceptable' tariffs – as it happened

World leaders hit back at Trump over 'totally unacceptable' tariffs – as it happened

Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau says tariffs will harm industries and workers on both sides of the borderUS slaps allies with steel tariffs to spark trade war with EU, Canada and Mexico 9.20pm
FBI memo detailing James Comey's firing turned over to Robert Mueller

FBI memo detailing James Comey's firing turned over to Robert Mueller

Memo by Andrew McCabe details a claim that Trump asked for the Russia investigation to be cited in the firing of Comey A memo has been turned over to special counsel Robert Mueller detailing a claim
Canada's indigenous architecture Biennale exhibit weaves nature, culture and technology

Canada's indigenous architecture Biennale exhibit weaves nature, culture and technology

The exhibit shows the interconnectedness that lay at the heart of indigenous architecture, in sharp contrast to dominant ethosMore than a dozen architects and designers from across North America have
Antibiotic resistance crisis worsening because of collapse in supply

Antibiotic resistance crisis worsening because of collapse in supply

Patients given wrong dose, wrong type, or poor quality medicines because supply is waningThe antibiotic resistance crisis which is threatening to render many diseases untreatable is being fuelled not
Rajoy likely to be forced out as Spanish PM as Basque party turns against him

Rajoy likely to be forced out as Spanish PM as Basque party turns against him

Leader may choose to resign rather than facing no-confidence vote in the wake of kickbacks-for-contracts scandalMariano Rajoy’s controversial and scandal-mired tenure as Spanish prime minister seemed
'Missing' Melania Trump breaks silence after 20-day absence

'Missing' Melania Trump breaks silence after 20-day absence

First lady tweets she is ‘feeling great’ after hospital stay stoked conspiracy theoriesMelania Trump has tweeted to address speculation about her health, after not being seen in public for 20 days.