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Donald Trump’s former driver sues over unpaid wages

Donald Trump’s former driver sues over unpaid wages

Noel Cintron, Trump’s driver for more than 25 years, says he’s owed 3,300 hours of uncompensated overtimeDonald Trump’s former personal driver has sued the president’s family business for thousands of
Brazil: Lula supporters hope release is near after weekend of legal drama

Brazil: Lula supporters hope release is near after weekend of legal drama

A judge ordered that Lula be freed three times but was overruled, as Brazilians compared the drama to a World Cup shootoutSupporters of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Brazil’s jailed former president,
Teenager convicted of killing London shop worker after Rizla row

Teenager convicted of killing London shop worker after Rizla row

16-year-old found guilty of manslaughter over attack on Vijaykumar Patel in Mill HillA 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of killing a shopkeeper who refused to sell him Rizla papers. Vijaykumar
European stock markets rise as trade fears fade – business live

European stock markets rise as trade fears fade – business live

Pound rallies following brief dip after resignation of Brexit secretary David DavisMid-morning summary 1.33pm BST In other news, Nissan has admitted that exhaust emissions and fuel economy tests for
Novichok in Wiltshire death 'highly likely' from batch used on Skripals

Novichok in Wiltshire death 'highly likely' from batch used on Skripals

Dawn Sturgess died after being exposed to nerve agent that nearly killed ex-Russian spyBritain’s counter-terrorism chief has said it is highly likely the novichok that killed Dawn Sturgess in
Watch the throne: why artist Thierry Oussou faked an archaeological dig

Watch the throne: why artist Thierry Oussou faked an archaeological dig

When archaeology students unearthed a royal throne in Benin they were astonished. But it was actually a replica, planted to make a statement about the colonial looting of African artCongolese art
Dominic Raab: 'class act' Brexiter trusted by Tory MPs

Dominic Raab: 'class act' Brexiter trusted by Tory MPs

David Davis’s former chief of staff is taking over as Brexit secretary – can he take Theresa May’s EU plan to Brussels while keeping MPs on side?• Follow the latest political development in our live
What happened to Tim Hortons? The downfall of Canada's brand

What happened to Tim Hortons? The downfall of Canada's brand

The coffee shop has long been synonymous with Canada, but bad press and changing tastes have hurt it – and then there was the poop incident“It’s your first time in Canada? Oh, you have to try
Rail passengers in timetable chaos face compensation battle

Rail passengers in timetable chaos face compensation battle

Frustrated travellers trying to cope with a disrupted service must fight for refundsFahd Izbal booked tickets for his train journey from Bridge of Allan, Stirling, to London King’s Cross three months
India's unofficial recycling bin: the city where electronics go to die

India's unofficial recycling bin: the city where electronics go to die

In Moradabad, whole communities subsist by processing waste created by the world’s love affair with electronic goods. In this extract from their book, Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey investigate the
'Mum, please pay or they'll kill me': Congo's child kidnapping crisis

'Mum, please pay or they'll kill me': Congo's child kidnapping crisis

Beset by political and economic turmoil, the Democratic Republic of the Congo faces a fresh threat in the form of brutal abductors who hold children to ransom It’s been a year since Chantal buried her
White House close to refusing interview with Russia investigation

White House close to refusing interview with Russia investigation

Robert Mueller’s investigating team is ‘most corrupt I’ve ever seen’, says Rudy GiulianiDonald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has warned Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating possible
Mark Latham voices robocall for One Nation urging voters to punish Shorten

Mark Latham voices robocall for One Nation urging voters to punish Shorten

Former Labor leader tells voters not to support ALP in Longman byelection because of ‘Shorten’s dishonesty’The former Labor leader Mark Latham has lent his support to One Nation in a robocall urging
One in three fish caught never makes it to the plate – UN report

One in three fish caught never makes it to the plate – UN report

Global fish production is at record levels thanks to fish farming, says the UN FAO, but much is wasted and many species are worryingly overfishedOne in three fish caught around the world never makes
Chile's #MeToo moment: students protest against sexual harassment

Chile's #MeToo moment: students protest against sexual harassment

Seven years after student protests paralyzed schools and universities, a new generation of activists pick up the fight Seven years ago, a wave of student protests paralyzed schools and universities
Myanmar court charges Reuters journalists under Official Secrets Act

Myanmar court charges Reuters journalists under Official Secrets Act

At the time of their arrest Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, had been working on an investigation into the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim menTwo Reuters journalists who uncovered a massacre of
Children of Grenfell victim refused visa extensions for inquiry

Children of Grenfell victim refused visa extensions for inquiry

Lawyers challenge Home Office failure to grant visas to children of Grenfell fire victimThe Home Office has failed to grant visa extensions to allow the children of a victim of the Grenfell Tower fire
Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots

Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots

Police chiefs express concern about plans to deploy officers across UK to contain protestsPolice are planning the biggest mobilisation of officers since the 2011 riots as thousands of people in the UK
Italian Catholic priests go to war with Salvini over immigration

Italian Catholic priests go to war with Salvini over immigration

As far-right League party’s xenophobic rhetoric spreads across the country, priests call for toleranceGianfranco Formenton, a priest in Italy’s central Umbria region who has long preached against
The man who paves India's roads with old plastic

The man who paves India's roads with old plastic

Indian chemistry professor shows that repurposed plastic can be good for the environment At 73, Dr Rajagopalan Vasudevan is roughly as old as the mass production of plastic. But that is not the reason