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Huawei: China calls US charges 'immoral' as markets slide

Huawei: China calls US charges 'immoral' as markets slide

Beijing urges Washington to stop ‘unreasonable suppression’Telecoms firm, affiliates and CFO indicted on 23 chargesChina has condemned the US government’s indictments against Huawei as “unfair and
Campaigners say case of Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Araibi now an ‘emergency’

Campaigners say case of Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Araibi now an ‘emergency’

• Al-Araibi has been detained in Thailand since November • ‘We are clearly facing a human rights emergency’Activists campaigning for the release of the Bahraini refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi,
Trump steps up Maduro pressure with sanctions on Venezuelan oil company

Trump steps up Maduro pressure with sanctions on Venezuelan oil company

Sanctions on $7bn in assets intended to boost GuaidóJohn Bolton keen to counter ‘penetration’ from Cuba and Iran The Trump administration has tightened the screws on Venezuela’s embattled president,
George Galloway censured over Salisbury poisoning claims

George Galloway censured over Salisbury poisoning claims

Ofcom says ex-MP breached impartiality guidelines on radio show when casting doubt on Russian role George Galloway breached broadcasting impartiality rules when he used his radio show to cast doubt on
Theresa May splits Tories over anti-backstop Brexit deal

Theresa May splits Tories over anti-backstop Brexit deal

Jacob Rees-Mogg says ERG will not back Brady amendment but other Brexiters waver Parliament is facing a day of further Brexit deadlock after Theresa May swung the government’s weight behind an
Detained writer Yang Hengjun left letter calling for a more democratic China

Detained writer Yang Hengjun left letter calling for a more democratic China

Australian-Chinese activist held on espionage charges implores supporters to push for freedomAn Australian-Chinese writer detained on espionage charges left a letter calling for a more democratic
MPs poo-poo Tigger Hancock’s plans for the NHS after Brexit | John Crace

MPs poo-poo Tigger Hancock’s plans for the NHS after Brexit | John Crace

With medicines due to arrive on as-yet-nonexistent ferries what could possibly go wrong?We are where we are. The government may have no very obvious idea of how to deal with the immediate crisis of
Brazil dam collapse: bodies pulled from toxic mud as hope fades for survivors

Brazil dam collapse: bodies pulled from toxic mud as hope fades for survivors

Minas Gerais locals recall another dam collapse involving mining firm Vale as hunt continues for 292 people still missingThe dirt road which once led to the Nova Estância guesthouse and a handful of
Morning mail: Challenge to Frydenberg, Red Mass protest, Brexit 'high risk'

Morning mail: Challenge to Frydenberg, Red Mass protest, Brexit 'high risk'

Tuesday: Another high-profile Coalition seat is under threat from an independent. Plus: Facebook keeps political ads hidden Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and
India's main opposition promises universal basic income for poor

India's main opposition promises universal basic income for poor

Ruling party dismisses Congress leader’s election pledge as unaffordableIndia’s main opposition Congress party has said it will implement a variation of a universal basic income (UBI) targeted at the
Spanish drug smugglers who used drones to spy on police are arrested

Spanish drug smugglers who used drones to spy on police are arrested

Officers believe at least six tonnes of hashish have recently been brought in from MoroccoPolice in Spain have said they have smashed a drug-smuggling ring that used drones to keep an eye on officers
Bank of England urged to give Juan Guaidó Venezuela's gold

Bank of England urged to give Juan Guaidó Venezuela's gold

Interim leader has asked UK to send £1.2bn reserves to him rather than Nicolás MaduroA UK foreign office minister has suggested that the Bank of England grant access to £1.2bn in Venezuelan gold
Police issue direct appeal to missing Sheffield teenager

Police issue direct appeal to missing Sheffield teenager

Pamela Horvathova, 16, urged to come forward after she was last seen in DecemberPolice have appealed directly to a missing 16-year-old girl to come forward after she disappeared more than a month
Bear in mind: lost boy's tale of ursine guardian 'likely to be fantasy'

Bear in mind: lost boy's tale of ursine guardian 'likely to be fantasy'

Three-year-old Casey Hathaway said a bear helped him survive two nights in the woods but animal experts say it would be a firstThe story of a three-year-old boy who said he survived two nights alone
Man jailed for causing four deaths in 79mph Sheffield crash

Man jailed for causing four deaths in 79mph Sheffield crash

Elliott Bower sentenced to 11 years over fatal collision in stolen car after police chaseA 19-year-old man has been jailed for 11 years for killing four people including a toddler in a high-speed
Don't kiss your hedgehog: US health officials' warning after salmonella spike

Don't kiss your hedgehog: US health officials' warning after salmonella spike

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises people to avoid snuggling after strain of the virus reemergesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has taken the unusual measure of
EU data watchdog raises concerns over Facebook integration

EU data watchdog raises concerns over Facebook integration

Irish commission that regulates site requests urgent briefing on platforms mergerFacebook’s plan to merge WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger could raise significant data protection concerns,
Greece moves towards ending austerity with rise in minimum wage

Greece moves towards ending austerity with rise in minimum wage

Increase to €650 a month will stimulate the economy, says prime minister Alexis TsiprasGreece’s prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, has announced the first increase in the country’s minimum wage in nearly
Government shutdown cost US economy $11bn

Government shutdown cost US economy $11bn

Annual growth forecast revised down 0.2%Congressional Budget Office says full effect may be largerThe 35-day partial shutdown of the US government cost about $11bn and shaved 0.2% off the nation’s
Risk of no-deal Brexit ‘very high’, says key EU negotiator

Risk of no-deal Brexit ‘very high’, says key EU negotiator

Barnier deputy Sabine Weyand casts doubt on chances of deal being ratified in Westminster All of the day’s Brexit news - latest updatesThe risk of accidentally crashing out of the EU without a deal