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William proves prince of diplomacy in Israel and Palestine

William proves prince of diplomacy in Israel and Palestine

British royal visit was carefully calibrated, but did not entirely escape criticismThe visit was carefully designed to be “non-political”, and the Duke of Cambridge appeared to successfully negotiate
EU migration deal may force NGOs to rethink, says charity

EU migration deal may force NGOs to rethink, says charity

Médecins Sans Frontières fears becoming ‘agent of Libya’ and forcing migrants to returnThe NGO vessels that rescue refugees in the Mediterranean may have to rethink their missions if they are forced
Hillary Clinton says Trump's family separation policy 'worse than her worst fears'

Hillary Clinton says Trump's family separation policy 'worse than her worst fears'

Clinton accused Trump of retreating on his hardline immigration policy only because ‘even for him the optics were terrible’Hillary Clinton has spoken up to slam Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance”
Retirees returning to Jamaica face extreme murder risk, say police

Retirees returning to Jamaica face extreme murder risk, say police

Returnees warned they are seen as soft targets following multiple killings of UK expatsJamaican expats who retire there after decades in the UK face an “extreme risk” of murder, a former police chief
'Beacon of culture': West Bank's £16m arts centre opens against huge odds

'Beacon of culture': West Bank's £16m arts centre opens against huge odds

A imposing hillside citadel concealing gardens and galleries, the AM Qattan Foundation, built under occupation, aims to provide an oasis of calm in RamallahA dark, grey cube shimmers on a hillside on
US criticises Ireland for insufficient action on modern slavery

US criticises Ireland for insufficient action on modern slavery

People trafficking report highlights forced labour in fishing industryIreland has been downgraded by the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report for failing to do enough to tackle
Merkel and co are all smiles, but refugees will continue to drown | Owen Jones

Merkel and co are all smiles, but refugees will continue to drown | Owen Jones

EU leaders were responsible for the so-called refugee crisis in 2015. This deal does nothing to end the miseryEurope isn’t suffering from a migration crisis: it’s afflicted by a humanitarian crisis.
Climate change has turned Peru's glacial lake into a deadly flood timebomb

Climate change has turned Peru's glacial lake into a deadly flood timebomb

Lake Palcacocha is swollen with water from melting ice caps in the Cordillera Blanca mountains. Below, 50,000 people live directly in the flood pathNestled beneath the imposing white peaks of two
Man, 22, arrested over grass fire on hills near Chorley

Man, 22, arrested over grass fire on hills near Chorley

Bolton man held on suspicion of arson after 80 firefighters tackled blaze through night A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire broke out on hills near Chorley in Lancashire.
Quit the EU for better trade deal, Trump reportedly told Macron

Quit the EU for better trade deal, Trump reportedly told Macron

US president offered France improved terms in effort ‘to undermine the EU’Donald Trump suggested to Emmanuel Macron that he pull France out of the European Union in return for a bilateral trade deal,
America's outcasts: the women trapped in a cruel cycle of exploitation

America's outcasts: the women trapped in a cruel cycle of exploitation

Caught in a recurring pattern of prostitution and incarceration, they are among the most vulnerable women in the US. Yet gaps in the criminal justice system, ruthlessly exploited by sex traffickers,
What we know about the Capital Gazette shooting – video report

What we know about the Capital Gazette shooting – video report

Five people were killed when a gunman entered the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday. Several others were injured by the alleged attacker, now in police custody and named by
Cave boys' relatives keep vigil as rescue effort grips Thailand

Cave boys' relatives keep vigil as rescue effort grips Thailand

Thai PM visits scene to comfort families as weather continues to hamper recovery operationThe 13 bikes tied to the railings, and the small pairs of football boots strewn in the mud, are the only signs
America’s most insidious union-buster? Its own government | Sandeep Vaheesan

America’s most insidious union-buster? Its own government | Sandeep Vaheesan

What do ice skating coaches, organists, public defenders and property managers have in common? The government has sued them all for trying to organize Over the last several decades, American big
Can millennials save unions in America?

Can millennials save unions in America?

The US Supreme Court has just stripped back the power of organised labour still further, but millennials don’t care. In an era of inequality and frustration they are joining unions in unprecedented
Emil Gayed investigation expanded to fifth hospital

Emil Gayed investigation expanded to fifth hospital

Disgraced gynaecologist may have worked at Grafton Base Hospital in NSW in 1994 and 1995An independent inquiry into a gynaecologist found to have been performing needless and harmful surgeries on
Canada: Syrian children's choir turns down US festival trip over border fears

Canada: Syrian children's choir turns down US festival trip over border fears

Toronto’s Nai Kids choir makes decision to stay home in wake of Trump’s travel ban and says it’s ‘not something we wanted to risk’A Canadian children’s choir made up mostly of recently arrived Syrian
'We're still putting out a newspaper': Capital Gazette defiant after shooting – video

'We're still putting out a newspaper': Capital Gazette defiant after shooting – video

A journalist at the Capital Gazette, the newspaper that was the target of a shooting which left five people dead, says 'we're still putting out a newspaper'. Several other people were injured in the
Barnier says 'huge and serious' gap remains between UK and EU demands on Brexit – Politics live

Barnier says 'huge and serious' gap remains between UK and EU demands on Brexit – Politics live

Agreement would bolster the bloc’s external borders and improve solidarity to ease pressure on nations like Greece and Italy. Follow the latest here 10.44am BST Manfred Weber, a key Angela Merkel ally
Montreal Moving Day: what happens when a whole city moves house at once?

Montreal Moving Day: what happens when a whole city moves house at once?

It used to be Quebecois law to end all tenancies on the same day each year – today it’s is a problematic tradition, leading to mayhem on the streets Montreal has a valiant knack for inconvenience.