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Chuck Schumer: Senate 'must review' Trump's supreme court nominee - video

Chuck Schumer: Senate 'must review' Trump's supreme court nominee - video

The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, is calling for an investigation into Donald Trump's supreme court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. 'Judge Kavanaugh's long track record of partisan politics comes
Number of UK troops in Afghanistan to rise ahead of Nato summit

Number of UK troops in Afghanistan to rise ahead of Nato summit

Theresa May commits 440 non-combat troops to region, bringing total to 1,100Theresa May is increasing the number of British troops serving in Afghanistan to more than 1,000 for the first time in years
Trump blames missed reunification deadline on families: 'Don’t come to our country illegally'

Trump blames missed reunification deadline on families: 'Don’t come to our country illegally'

Trump refuses to admit failure on deadline to reunite parents with children, saying the ‘solution’ is ‘come to our country legally’Under fire over his administration’s failure to meet a court-ordered
Electricity prices: ACCC calls for new powers to fix ‘market manipulation’

Electricity prices: ACCC calls for new powers to fix ‘market manipulation’

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says energy market ‘unacceptable and unsustainable’Consumers could save hundreds of dollars a year on their power bills if legal changes boosted
The Guardian view on the Thai cave rescue: a reason to be hopeful | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Thai cave rescue: a reason to be hopeful | Editorial

At a time of division and rancour, the successful mission to save the boys’ football team offers inspirationA saga that has gripped so many began almost three weeks ago, when 12 boys and their
Europe’s response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers | Charles Grant

Europe’s response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers | Charles Grant

The EU’s initial reaction to the Chequers plan is polite, but negative. The prime minister will have to make further concessions before it is acceptedThe EU is shedding few tears over the departures
Windrush report on conduct of Home Office could be published

Windrush report on conduct of Home Office could be published

Sajid Javid says it is clear Amber Rudd ‘could have been provided with better advice’The home secretary, Sajid Javid, has said he would consider publishing a report into the conduct of civil servants
Tesla to open Shanghai electric car factory, doubling its production

Tesla to open Shanghai electric car factory, doubling its production

Elon Musk says first facility outside the US will build 500,000 cars a yearTesla is to open a new electric car production plant in Shanghai, its first outside the US, chief executive Elon Musk said
Mexico: 40% of country is paralyzed by violence, says new chief of staff

Mexico: 40% of country is paralyzed by violence, says new chief of staff

Alfonso Romo, who’ll work under the new incoming president known as Amlo, says chronic insecurity has gripped the countryAs much as 40% of Mexican territory is prisoner to chronic insecurity and
The past really is another country. Let’s leave Boris Johnson there | Ash Sarkar

The past really is another country. Let’s leave Boris Johnson there | Ash Sarkar

The government is well rid of a foreign secretary whose grotesque colonial fantasies were an affront to the worldYou can get away with an awful lot in British politics if you have “the right kind of
The carnage cabaret: Tate's high-octane tribute to Africa's forgotten war dead

The carnage cabaret: Tate's high-octane tribute to Africa's forgotten war dead

Ten times more porters than soldiers died in Africa during the first world war. But they have never been properly commemorated. Now Tate Modern is putting this right – with William Kentridge’s most
US embassy warns Americans in London to 'keep a low profile' during Trump visit

US embassy warns Americans in London to 'keep a low profile' during Trump visit

Embassy advises US citizens to ‘exercise caution if unexpectedly in the vicinity of large gatherings that may become violent’Americans in the UK have been warned to “keep a low profile” during this
RAF celebrates 100 years with 100-aircraft flypast - video

RAF celebrates 100 years with 100-aircraft flypast - video

The RAF celebrated its centenary in London on Tuesday with its biggest military display, involving 100 aircraft. The royal family gathered on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, along with thousands of
Europeans brace for worst from Trump at stormy Nato summit

Europeans brace for worst from Trump at stormy Nato summit

Europeans ready for a lecture on defence spending, but the worry is Trump may go furtherDonald Tusk: ‘America, appreciate your allies’ European leaders heading for a Nato summit in Brussels are not
'Au revoir, blundering Boris': Europe reacts to political chaos in UK

'Au revoir, blundering Boris': Europe reacts to political chaos in UK

Bemusement, froideur and alarm over what turmoil could mean for Brexit negotiationsMonday’s flurry of resignations from Theresa May’s cabinet is causing consternation and frustration around European
Donald Trump says he expects to find UK in 'turmoil' during visit

Donald Trump says he expects to find UK in 'turmoil' during visit

Trump on Boris Johnson: he was ‘very nice’, ‘very supportive’ Summit with Putin may be ‘the easiest of them all’, Trump saysDonald Trump expects to see a country in “turmoil” when he lands in the UK
Mass rape and killings in South Sudan may constitute war crimes, says UN

Mass rape and killings in South Sudan may constitute war crimes, says UN

Report describes campaign of ‘horrific acts’ by state forces, with three commanders identified as bearing greatest responsibilityThe United Nations has accused South Sudanese government forces and
Thailand cave rescue sparks celebration of 'mission impossible'

Thailand cave rescue sparks celebration of 'mission impossible'

Operation leads to worldwide praise as last four boys and football coach are brought out The last four boys and a football coach trapped inside a northern Thailand cave for more than 17 days have
Former foreign secretary Lord Carrington dies aged 99

Former foreign secretary Lord Carrington dies aged 99

Tory peer resigned from Thatcher’s government over Falklands in 1982Tributes have been paid to the former foreign secretary Peter Carrington, who has died at the age of 99.The last surviving member of
Guantanamo inmates to get US court hearing to demand trial or release

Guantanamo inmates to get US court hearing to demand trial or release

Habeas corpus petition to be presented at Washington district court on WednesdayEleven inmates held at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp without charge for as long as 15 years will have a rare hearing in