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US judge applauds government's 'significant strides' to reunite families

US judge applauds government's 'significant strides' to reunite families

Dana Sabraw offers more positive outlook but says officials still lack contact details for deported relatives of 26 childrenThe federal judge overseeing the reunification of 2,500 children separated
Explosion at Salisbury military hardware factory kills one

Explosion at Salisbury military hardware factory kills one

Police say another man is badly injured after incident at Chemring CountermeasuresA 29-year-old man has been killed and a 26-year-old man is in a serious condition after an explosion at a military

'I've never seen anything like it': Floods wash away campsites in southern France - video report

Severe flooding continues to cause chaos for residents and holidaymakers in southern France. About 1,600 people were evacuated from campsites in three regions on Thursday after the equivalent of
The key Trump revelations in Omarosa Manigault Newman's new book

The key Trump revelations in Omarosa Manigault Newman's new book

The ex-White House adviser’s forthcoming memoir says Trump insisted upon being sworn in to the presidency with his own bookOmarosa Manigault Newman, whose association with Donald Trump goes back all
Erdogan calls on Turks to buy lira 'in response to economic war' – video

Erdogan calls on Turks to buy lira 'in response to economic war' – video

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan tried to restore confidence in the Turkish lira after it plunged by more than 20% against the dollar on Friday. The sudden drop came when Donald Trump announced on Twitter he was
More than half a million Venezuelans fled to Ecuador this year, UN says

More than half a million Venezuelans fled to Ecuador this year, UN says

Quito declared a state of emergency after 30,000 migrants escaping violence and a collapsing economy came the first week of AugustMore than half a million Venezuelans have crossed into Ecuador this
UN seeks 'credible' investigation into Yemen bus attack

UN seeks 'credible' investigation into Yemen bus attack

United Nations security council calls for transparency over airstrike that left at least 29 children dead in rebel stronghold The UN security council has called for a credible and transparent
Cameroon to investigate mass killing in northern village

Cameroon to investigate mass killing in northern village

Video shows security forces shooting at least 12 unarmed people, according to AmnestyCameroon’s government has said it will investigate a video that, according to Amnesty International, shows security
Witness to Canada shooting recounts moment he heard guns – video

Witness to Canada shooting recounts moment he heard guns – video

Four people including two police officers have been killed in a shooting in the eastern Canadian city of Fredericton. Resident David MacCoubrey told the Canadian Press he was woken at 7am on Friday by
Space Force: all you need to know about Trump's bold new interstellar plan

Space Force: all you need to know about Trump's bold new interstellar plan

Mike Pence announced on Thursday a new military branch dedicated to fighting wars in space – but what is Space Force?In a speech Thursday, the vice-president, Mike Pence, outlined plans to create
Three Italian climbers found dead on Mont Blanc

Three Italian climbers found dead on Mont Blanc

Luca Lombardini, his fiancee and brother were located by rescue workers The bodies of three Italian climbers have been found on Mont Blanc in the French Alps, three days after they set out to climb
Campaign for second Brexit vote seeks support beyond capital

Campaign for second Brexit vote seeks support beyond capital

People’s Vote roadshow will try to show public that remainers are not part of establishmentCampaigners for a second referendum will hold the first of a series of events outside London on Saturday to
Floods sweep away caravan in southern France - video

Floods sweep away caravan in southern France - video

In a video shared online by Dutch holidaymakers, a caravan is swept away by the raging Cèze River in Saint-André-de-Roquepertuis. About 1,600 people were evacuated from campsites in three regions on
Man admits terror plot aiming to kill 100 people on London's Oxford Street

Man admits terror plot aiming to kill 100 people on London's Oxford Street

Lewis Ludlow pledged allegiance to Isis and planned a van attack in central LondonA man has pleaded guilty to a terrorist plot to drive a van into shoppers outside a Disney store on Oxford Street in
‘The lost cause’: the women’s group still battling for the Confederate

‘The lost cause’: the women’s group still battling for the Confederate

The United Daughters of the Confederacy, a 124-year-old organization, are aiming to stop the removal of Confederate statues as protests persist On a glorious, late spring day, Maya Little strode

The best answer to Holocaust denial is getting the facts right | Letters

Professor Eve Rosenhaft of the University of Liverpool writes to correct a historical error in a piece about the vandalising of Elie Wiesel’s house in RomaniaThe article on the defacement of Elie
Zimbabwe opposition politician says he was illegally abducted from Zambia

Zimbabwe opposition politician says he was illegally abducted from Zambia

Tendai Biti claims heavily armed masked men forced him to return across the borderA senior opposition politician forcibly returned to Zimbabwe after being refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia has
Who is Omarosa, the former Trump aide turned leading detractor?

Who is Omarosa, the former Trump aide turned leading detractor?

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who attacks the president in a brutal memoir, rose to prominence on The Apprentice and reportedly fell out with John KellyOmarosa Manigault Newman once memorably declared:
Windrush citizens still waiting for cases to be resolved

Windrush citizens still waiting for cases to be resolved

Home Office told one woman to seek charity help to feed her child while waiting for newsWindrush citizens who have had their lives turned upside down by a harsh government policy that wrongly targeted
Turkey's economic crisis deepens as Trump doubles tariffs

Turkey's economic crisis deepens as Trump doubles tariffs

US president has tweeted that ‘our relations with Turkey are not good at this time!’ Turkey’s unfolding economic crisis has deepened further after Donald Trump announced he was doubling US import