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Trump and Putin meet in Helsinki – in pictures

Trump and Putin meet in Helsinki – in pictures

The presidents of the US and Russia begin their summit on Monday as Trump says ‘the world wants to see us get along’ and predicts rosy future relations. The US president’s list of topics for
Man removed from Trump-Putin press conference - video

Man removed from Trump-Putin press conference - video

A man was removed minutes before the beginning of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin's press conference in Helsinki on Monday. The man identified himself as a reporter from The Nation, according to
Model was stabbed to death by less successful rival, court hears

Model was stabbed to death by less successful rival, court hears

Prosecutor says Harry Uzoka, 25, died outside his London home after row on social mediaA model who worked for top brands including Zara and Mercedes was stabbed through the heart after a row on
Croatia's real World Cup star? The president in the stands

Croatia's real World Cup star? The president in the stands

Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović saw all but one game at her own expense while sporting a national team shirtShe wore the team shirt and cheered as Croatia faced France in a thrilling World Cup final on
Maj Gen Corran Purdon obituary

Maj Gen Corran Purdon obituary

War hero who won an MC for his part in the famous St Nazaire raid of 1942 and was later sent to ColditzMaj Gen Corran Purdon, who has died aged 97, commanded a demolition team in an audacious raid on
IMF warns on trade wars; China's economic growth slows – business live

IMF warns on trade wars; China's economic growth slows – business live

All the day’s economic and financial news, including new growth figures from China and the IMF’s latest World Economic OutlookLatest: IMF says trade conflict is top threatChina challenges US tariffs
IMF warns Trump trade war could cost global economy $430bn

IMF warns Trump trade war could cost global economy $430bn

US could find itself ‘focus of global retaliation’ in tariff dispute, says WEO reportRising trade tensions between the United States and the rest of the world could cost the global economy $430bn
What the new photo of the Thai cave boys tells us about their ordeal

What the new photo of the Thai cave boys tells us about their ordeal

The boys gather around a portrait of Saman Kunan, who died in the rescue attempt. Their expressions show a deep recognition of the overwhelming spirit of altruism that saved themWhere are the fists
'The right to sit': Indian law change allows female workers to rest

'The right to sit': Indian law change allows female workers to rest

Mainly female workforce in shops not allowed to sit, lean against a wall or use a liftCybil Wilson has worked in one of Kerala’s big, shiny, brightly-lit sari shops for 10 years.Her salary at the
Buzzwords and tortuous impact studies won't fix a broken aid system | 15 leading economists

Buzzwords and tortuous impact studies won't fix a broken aid system | 15 leading economists

Fifteen leading economists, including three Nobel winners, argue that the many billions of dollars spent on aid can do little to alleviate poverty while we fail to tackle its root causes Development
China files complaint to WTO over Trump's $200bn tariff plan

China files complaint to WTO over Trump's $200bn tariff plan

Move comes less than a week after US president escalated trade dispute with new threatsChina has filed a complaint against the US at the World Trade Organization after Donald Trump’s threats to place
'I'm tired of the suffering': how poverty-stricken families struggle to survive in Nigeria | Isaac Linus

'I'm tired of the suffering': how poverty-stricken families struggle to survive in Nigeria | Isaac Linus

Families living on £1.50 a day or less tell of the hardships of life in the oil-rich nation, which now has the greatest concentration of extreme poverty Nkechi John, 39, lives in a single room with
Nearly 300 crocodiles killed in Indonesia after man's death

Nearly 300 crocodiles killed in Indonesia after man's death

West Papua official says locals slaughtered 292 crocodiles using hammers and clubsPeople armed with knives, hammers and clubs have slaughtered 292 crocodiles after a man was killed by one of the
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin hold press conference in Helsinki – live updates

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin hold press conference in Helsinki – live updates

US and Russian president appear before journalists after meeting lasting more than two hours. Follow live updates 4.29pm BST Trump says the US and Russia “could save hundreds of thousands of lives” in
Australia to deport Tamil asylum seeker and separate him from baby daughter

Australia to deport Tamil asylum seeker and separate him from baby daughter

Thileepan could be permanently separated from his wife and child, who have been granted safe haven visasA 30-year-old Tamil asylum seeker faces permanent separation from his wife, and 10-month-old
Hold by Michael Donkor review – a Ghanaian housemaid’s tale

Hold by Michael Donkor review – a Ghanaian housemaid’s tale

A bold literary debut gives voice to a female section of Ghanaian society that is often seen but not heardMichael Donkor has said that the inspiration for this debut novel came from the housemaids who
Archaeologists and astronomers solve the mystery of Chile's Stonehenge

Archaeologists and astronomers solve the mystery of Chile's Stonehenge

A solar phenomenon found above mysterious pillars, or saywas, was likely designed to broadcast the ‘sacred power’ of the Inca Growing up on the edge of the Atacama desert in northern Chile, Jimena
Harrowing video footage shows death in custody of Aboriginal man

Harrowing video footage shows death in custody of Aboriginal man

David Dungay died after telling five Australian police officers that he could not breathe while being restrainedShocking video footage of the death in custody of an Indigenous Australian man has been
British cave diver considering legal action over Elon Musk's 'pedo' attack

British cave diver considering legal action over Elon Musk's 'pedo' attack

Vernon Unsworth ‘astonished and very angry’ after Tesla owner makes baseless remarkA British cave diver who was instrumental in the rescue of 12 children trapped in a northern Thailand cave says he is
War-torn Sarajevo’s camera kids, then and now – a photo essay

War-torn Sarajevo’s camera kids, then and now – a photo essay

In 1997 photographer Chris Leslie taught basic camera techniques at Sarajevo’s Bjelave orphanage and sent the children off to capture their city. This year he returned to see how their lives had