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Israel-Iran conflict is no surprise but implications are unclear

Israel-Iran conflict is no surprise but implications are unclear

Key question is whether underlying assumptions governing rules of competition between two nations have changed If the precise timing of the outbreak of hostilities between Israel and Iran in Syria is
Trump-Russia: Pence urges Mueller to end investigation – 'Time to wrap it up'

Trump-Russia: Pence urges Mueller to end investigation – 'Time to wrap it up'

Vice-president tells NBC: ‘I would very respectfully encourage the special counsel and his team to bring their work to completion’Mike Pence, the US vice-president, said Robert Mueller should end his
Teenager who killed husband after he raped her is sentenced to death in Sudan

Teenager who killed husband after he raped her is sentenced to death in Sudan

Activists in last-ditch effort to save 19-year-old condemned to death for stabbing the man she was forced to marry as he assaulted herA 19-year-old Sudanese woman has been condemned to death by a
UK may increase aid to Syrian White Helmets after Trump pulls funding

UK may increase aid to Syrian White Helmets after Trump pulls funding

Theresa May pays tribute to life-saving rescue group working in ‘horrendous’ conditions and will look at boost in British supportBritain could increase its funding to the Syrian volunteer rescue group
Apple scraps €850m Irish data centre after planning delays

Apple scraps €850m Irish data centre after planning delays

Decision described as ‘hammer blow’ to west Ireland and comes before supreme court hearingApple is scrapping plans for an €850m (£743m) data centre in Ireland after three years of planning approval
The impact of lava: destruction caused by volcano in Hawaii – video

The impact of lava: destruction caused by volcano in Hawaii – video

The Kilauea volcano has destroyed more than 20 homes and caused hundreds to evacuate parts of Hawaii. The eruption spewed lava hundreds of metres into the air. A dozen lava vents have opened in the
Rendition victim gets £500,000 compensation as May apologises 'unreservedly' for UK's conduct - Politics live

Rendition victim gets £500,000 compensation as May apologises 'unreservedly' for UK's conduct - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 4.01pm BST The Commons culture committee has announced that it has issued a formal summons to Alexander Nix, the former head of
Lars von Trier producer: 'I'll stop slapping asses' in wake of #MeToo

Lars von Trier producer: 'I'll stop slapping asses' in wake of #MeToo

Following a Danish government investigation into working practices at Von Trier’s production company Zentropa, his longtime producer Peter Aalbaek Jensen pledges to reform his behaviourLars von
Fears grow as Israel and Iran edge closer to conflict

Fears grow as Israel and Iran edge closer to conflict

Most intense Israeli incursion since 1973 follows Iran’s alleged attack on Golan Heights Israel and Iran have been urged to step back from the brink after their most serious direct confrontation, with
Trump’s rejection of Iran nuclear deal may be Israel’s dream moment

Trump’s rejection of Iran nuclear deal may be Israel’s dream moment

Israeli strikes on Iranian assets in Syria raise concerns the US and Israel are acting in concertIsrael’s heaviest strikes against Iranian targets in Syria, in response to apparent missile attacks on
Dozens killed and many more feared trapped after Kenya's Patel dam bursts

Dozens killed and many more feared trapped after Kenya's Patel dam bursts

Hundreds of homes in Rift Valley swept away by lethal torrent of mud and debris as 2km area is engulfedA dam has burst its banks in Kenya’s Rift Valley, killing at least 47 people and forcing hundreds
Trump welcomes home three Americans released by North Korea

Trump welcomes home three Americans released by North Korea

President waiting to greet American trio, whose freedom was secured less than an hour before Mike Pompeo left PyongyangThree Americans released by North Korea were being assessed at a US military
Brexit could bring back bad old days of 'Costa del Crime', warns MEP

Brexit could bring back bad old days of 'Costa del Crime', warns MEP

Theresa May’s plan for an unprecedented security deal with the EU is facing a backlash in BrusselsThe days when criminals could hide out in sunny southern European climes with no risk of extradition
US cities losing 36 million trees a year, researchers find

US cities losing 36 million trees a year, researchers find

Scientists warn of environmental threats rising from trend that is ‘likely to continue unless policies are altered’Cities in the United States are increasingly seeing concrete in place of greenery as
Forcibly outing LGBT children to their parents is monstrous | Drew Brown

Forcibly outing LGBT children to their parents is monstrous | Drew Brown

A proposal in Alberta, which would require schools to inform parents if their teenagers join gay-friendly groups, shows how fragile social progress is – even in Canada How much control does a parent
Syrian military video shows air defences trying to intercept Israeli missiles

Syrian military video shows air defences trying to intercept Israeli missiles

The Syrian military released this video on Thursday showing what is believed to be Syrian air defences intercepting Israeli missiles. Israel claimed earlier on Thursday that it had hit nearly all the
Dignity, community and hope in the Haitian slum of Jalousie – in pictures

Dignity, community and hope in the Haitian slum of Jalousie – in pictures

Behind the brightly painted exterior of Jalousie, one of Haiti’s largest slums, lies a community struggling with a lack of sanitation, intermittent electricity and rivers of plastic waste.
Malaysia election: Mahathir sworn in as prime minister after hours of uncertainty

Malaysia election: Mahathir sworn in as prime minister after hours of uncertainty

Defeated incumbent Najib Razak allegedly offering inducements for MPs to switch sidesMahathir Mohamad has been sworn in as Malaysian prime minister, despite efforts by the defeated incumbent Najib
Japanese city to appeal against court order over tsunami death of 23 schoolchildren

Japanese city to appeal against court order over tsunami death of 23 schoolchildren

The city of Ishinomaki was ordered to pay 1.44 billion yen (US$13 million) to the children’s parentsA city in Japan is to appeal a court order to pay 1.44 billion yen (US$13 million) to the parents of
'The Germans sneeze loudly': refugees on their adopted homelands - video

'The Germans sneeze loudly': refugees on their adopted homelands - video

A record number of refugees arrived in Europe between 2015 and 2016. First comes the excitement but soon they realise it is not entirely like home. Two years have passed and refugees living in UK,