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Tenth bus explodes in Rome this year after 'short circuit'

Tenth bus explodes in Rome this year after 'short circuit'

Prosecutors launch investigation into ageing fleet after bus bursts into flames in Italian capital Prosecutors in Rome are investigating a bus explosion in the city’s historic centre, the 10th such
Russia rolls out its military hardware for Victory Day – in pictures

Russia rolls out its military hardware for Victory Day – in pictures

A spectacle featuring 13,000 troops to mark Soviet victory over the Nazis 73 years ago was held in Moscow’s Red Square, coinciding with the beginning of Vladimir Putin’s fourth term at the Kremlin
Putin and Netanyahu hold talks as tensions flare over Syria strikes

Putin and Netanyahu hold talks as tensions flare over Syria strikes

Leaders discuss military coordination as Israel is accused of airstrikes near DamascusPresident Vladimir Putin hosted the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, in Russia on Wednesday for talks
Cabinet divided over plans to investigate unsolved NI killings

Cabinet divided over plans to investigate unsolved NI killings

Defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, said to have argued that soldiers and police would be soft targets for new investigationsCabinet ministers are divided over plans for a new unit to investigate
Citizenship saga sets byelection traps for Labor and Coalition in budget fight

Citizenship saga sets byelection traps for Labor and Coalition in budget fight

Bill Shorten will demand costings on tax reform plan that will shape the crucial contests across four states triggered by Gallagher court ruling • Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian
How did Costa Rica get it so right? | Joseph Stiglitz

How did Costa Rica get it so right? | Joseph Stiglitz

The country is a beacon of Enlightenment – a world leader in democratic, sustainable, and inclusive economic growth, writes Joseph StiglitzWith authoritarianism and proto-fascism on the rise in so
Council paints over Taiwanese flag on children's art project ahead of beef expo

Council paints over Taiwanese flag on children's art project ahead of beef expo

Advance Rockhampton takes responsibility for airbrushing the Taiwan flag ahead of Beef Australia • Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morningThe central Queensland region
Iranian hardliners rejoice over US nuclear deal exit

Iranian hardliners rejoice over US nuclear deal exit

Hardliners seize opportunity to consolidate power over reformists who championed pactHardliners in Iran are rejoicing at Donald Trump’s decision to unilaterally pull the US out of the 2015 nuclear
Police seek 'Pink Panthers' suspect over Chelsea jewel theft

Police seek 'Pink Panthers' suspect over Chelsea jewel theft

Vinko Osmakcic, accused of membership of crime network, wanted over missing ringsAn international diamond thief once believed to have been part of the notorious Pink Panther network is suspected to
Transparent and fair: what England can learn from Japan's social care reform | Natasha Curry

Transparent and fair: what England can learn from Japan's social care reform | Natasha Curry

England could look to Japan’s universal care system as it awaits publication of the social care green paperThe long-awaited green paper on social care in England will finally be published this summer.
The Canadian soccer star spurned by a men's league: 'It's my gender – that's it'

The Canadian soccer star spurned by a men's league: 'It's my gender – that's it'

Stephanie Labbé, an Olympic medallist, qualified for a men’s team before the league rejected her – but she hasn’t given up the fightFor a brief moment, it seemed as though Stephanie Labbé had
Refugee odyssey – photographing Mexico's Viacrucis Migrante

Refugee odyssey – photographing Mexico's Viacrucis Migrante

The Guardian speaks to photographer Edgard Garrido who travelled across Mexico with the Viacrucis Migrante convoy of central American peopleThe travelling caravan is an annual event that has been held
Incredible Edible: Yorkshire town's food-growing scheme takes root worldwide

Incredible Edible: Yorkshire town's food-growing scheme takes root worldwide

When two women began turning disused verges in the former mill town of Todmorden into free food plots, little did they realise they would inspire a global movement of growersA deep mist hangs over
Theresa May forced to give MPs single market vote after shock defeat

Theresa May forced to give MPs single market vote after shock defeat

More than 80 Labour peers defy whip on amendment calling for vote on EEA membershipMPs will have a vote on remaining in the European Economic Area – effectively a vote on the single market – after a
'Google go home': the Berlin neighbourhood fighting off a tech giant

'Google go home': the Berlin neighbourhood fighting off a tech giant

Other cities have embraced the company, but in Kreuzberg opposition to a planned Google campus is vociferous. What makes Berlin different?In the streets next to Görlitzer Park – an oblong patch
Hopes dim for US prisoners in Iran after Trump abandons nuclear deal

Hopes dim for US prisoners in Iran after Trump abandons nuclear deal

Four dual nationals being detained on charges supporters call bogus‘There’s little reason for the Iranians to extend a goodwill gesture’Donald Trump’s decision to torpedo the nuclear agreement with
Deadly journeys: how despair drives young Ethiopians to flee to Yemen | Tom Gardner

Deadly journeys: how despair drives young Ethiopians to flee to Yemen | Tom Gardner

Persecution and hardship in the Oromia region drives tens of thousands of migrants each year to cross the Red Sea from Djibouti, in a bid to reach the Gulf“We met in the desert,” says Badru Mohammed,
Could this man end the 35-year tyranny of Cameroon's President Biya? – podcast

Could this man end the 35-year tyranny of Cameroon's President Biya? – podcast

Despite never having held political office, lawyer Akere Muna is on a mission to fight corruption by standing for election as Cameroon’s leaderAfter growing up in a bitterly divided Cameroon, Akere
Ministers risk judicial review of plan to deny immigrants data access

Ministers risk judicial review of plan to deny immigrants data access

Campaign groups say clause preventing access to records will make EU citizens ‘second class’The government is being warned that it will face judicial review proceedings in June unless it scraps a
Europe's clash with Trump over Iran nuclear deal is a durability test

Europe's clash with Trump over Iran nuclear deal is a durability test

Tone struck by Britain, France and Germany will be critical to future transatlantic relationsEuropean leaders are determined to try to salvage the Iran nuclear deal even though this potentially puts