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Trump must not be allowed to dictate Venezuela's democratic recovery | Reynaldo Trombetta

Trump must not be allowed to dictate Venezuela's democratic recovery | Reynaldo Trombetta

Juan Guaidó can save my country from ruin, but if the US intervenes, we could see it turn into another AfghanistanVenezuela’s Nicolás Maduro and his Russian ally Vladimir Putin are predictably
Roger Stone says he won't testify against Trump after Mueller indictment

Roger Stone says he won't testify against Trump after Mueller indictment

Stone allegedly made multiple attempts to contact WikiLeaks via intermediary about hacked Democratic emailsFollow the latest updates on the Stone arrest Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to Donald
Tory councillor calls for homeless people's tents to be torn down

Tory councillor calls for homeless people's tents to be torn down

Kathryn Kelloway faces criticism after urging Cardiff council to clear its city centreA Conservative councillor has been criticised after she urged a local authority to pull down tents housing
Does the Home Office really think the migration crisis is a laughing matter? | Rod Austin

Does the Home Office really think the migration crisis is a laughing matter? | Rod Austin

In a giggle-strewn radio interview, MP Victoria Atkins struggled to explain Britain’s inaction over people arriving by boatWhen is a crisis not a crisis? Perhaps when no one takes it seriously. The
Australia Day honours list: Kylie Minogue and Peter Reith among 2019 recipients

Australia Day honours list: Kylie Minogue and Peter Reith among 2019 recipients

Women account for 37.5% of those honoured – a record but still short of the 40% target promised by Labor This year’s Australia Day honours list has the highest proportion of women ever – but female
Bollywood epic Manikarnika puts India's anti-British queen under attack

Bollywood epic Manikarnika puts India's anti-British queen under attack

Filmstar Kangana Rangaut’s response to hardline Hindu threats: ‘I’ll destroy you all’A Indian queen fights bloody, over-the-top battles against British soldiers in a colonial-era Bollywood blockbuster
Brexiters’ scaremongering about a European army is just another of their lies | Jonathan Lis

Brexiters’ scaremongering about a European army is just another of their lies | Jonathan Lis

This week’s Franco-German treaty isn’t evidence that Brexit is right – it reflects greater cooperation in an uncertain worldBrexiters based the 2016 referendum on a series of myths: £350m for the NHS,
No-deal Brexit will disrupt UK economy, says Philip Hammond

No-deal Brexit will disrupt UK economy, says Philip Hammond

Chancellor says disruption of leaving EU with no deal would ‘settle down’Philip Hammond has warned of significant disruption to the UK economy if Britain leaves the EU without a deal in March, but has
You're so vain! The phenomenon of the self-loving actor-director

You're so vain! The phenomenon of the self-loving actor-director

In his latest film, The Mule, 88-year-old Clint Eastwood directs himself having threesomes with women in their 20s. But from Sylvester Stallone to Kevin Costner, he’s not the only actor-director
London Pride maker Fuller's sells beer business to Asahi for £250m

London Pride maker Fuller's sells beer business to Asahi for £250m

The 174-year-old company will focus on pubs and hotels after deal with Japanese firmFuller, Smith & Turner has accepted a blockbuster £250m offer for its entire drinks business from the Japanese
Colorado senator castigates Ted Cruz's 'crocodile tears'  - video

Colorado senator castigates Ted Cruz's 'crocodile tears' - video

Senator Michael Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, delivers a powerful speech on the impact of the US government shutdown, having been provoked by the Republican Ted Cruz's apparent concerns for emergency
Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych found guilty of treason

Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych found guilty of treason

Exiled former leader sentenced to 13 years’ jail over 2014 protests and Russian invasionA Ukrainian court has found the former president Viktor Yanukovych guilty of treason for his efforts to crush
Hugh McIlvanney, doyen of sportswriting, dies aged 84

Hugh McIlvanney, doyen of sportswriting, dies aged 84

Tributes flow for former Observer and Sunday Times writer who covered some of sport’s greatest eventsHugh McIlvanney, one of the most respected voices in British sports journalism, has died aged 84.
India's military elite gears up for Republic Day - in pictures

India's military elite gears up for Republic Day - in pictures

The President’s Bodyguard, a 200-strong cavalry unit, have for centuries been assigned to India’s most prominent VIPs Continue reading...
Mexican woman jailed for miscarriage released after conviction is overturned

Mexican woman jailed for miscarriage released after conviction is overturned

Dafne McPherson was accused of murdering her newborn and found guilty in July 2016, but an appeals court says evidence was flimsyA Mexican woman who was sentenced to 16 years in jail after suffering a
Salif Keita: Un Autre Blanc review – a retirement gift from a singular voice

Salif Keita: Un Autre Blanc review – a retirement gift from a singular voice

(Naïve/Believe Records) Keita’s final album features everyone from Angélique Kidjo to Alpha Blondy, but it’s his vocals that stand outSalif Keita, the most adventurous, gloriously soulful male
Emiliano Sala pilot's friends 'surprised' he took night flight

Emiliano Sala pilot's friends 'surprised' he took night flight

Dave Ibbotson had US licence and used expenses loophole to take paying passengersThe pilot who flew the plane carrying Emiliano Sala used a loophole to allow him to take paying passengers, it has
'These children are crucial': teaching forgiveness in CAR's besieged camps

'These children are crucial': teaching forgiveness in CAR's besieged camps

With peace talks starting this week in Khartoum, a quarter of the population of the Central African Republic have had to leave their homes – some into camps where makeshift teaching facilities offer
Nazi blueprint for North American Holocaust acquired by Canada archive

Nazi blueprint for North American Holocaust acquired by Canada archive

German researcher’s 1944 book, once owned by Adolf Hitler, lists Jewish residents of US and CanadaA book once owned by Adolf Hitler, which scholars suspect was a blueprint for a Holocaust in North
Let them eat cake? Wealthy Republicans play down severity of shutdown

Let them eat cake? Wealthy Republicans play down severity of shutdown

Leading politicians have been accused of being tone-deaf when it comes to the 800,000 federal workers who haven’t been paidWith the government shutdown entering day 34, members of the Trump