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More than half of $2.6bn aid to Yemen pledged by countries involved in war

More than half of $2.6bn aid to Yemen pledged by countries involved in war

Saudi Arabia, US and UAE among top donors at summit to ease crisis in country where they are fighting or selling arms More than half of $2.6bn (£1.9bn) in donations made at a special one-day
Attack on Argentina’s chief rabbi raises fears of antisemitism

Attack on Argentina’s chief rabbi raises fears of antisemitism

Several assailants entered the Buenos Aires home of Rabbi Gabriel Davidovich on Monday and beat himAn attack that badly injured Argentina’s chief rabbi has alarmed authorities in the South American
Facebook moderators tell of strict scrutiny and PTSD symptoms

Facebook moderators tell of strict scrutiny and PTSD symptoms

Facebook says it has hotline for whistleblowers after report paints picture of contractors’ working conditionsFacebook has said it remains committed to ensuring that the contractors who moderate its
Potential dangers to the Chagos Islands | Letters

Potential dangers to the Chagos Islands | Letters

Jonathan Hunt says most of the islands are uninhabitable and Paul Tattam says there is a risk of China playing Britain at its own game of gunboat diplomacyBritain has rightly been criticised by the
Labour to accept Hezbollah ban but queries Javid's motives

Labour to accept Hezbollah ban but queries Javid's motives

Spokesman says party will not oppose measure but cites lack of sufficient evidenceLabour has said it will not seek to block the government’s decision to ban the political wing of Hezbollah in the UK,
Michael Cohen to call Donald Trump a 'racist', 'cheat' and 'conman' in first public hearing

Michael Cohen to call Donald Trump a 'racist', 'cheat' and 'conman' in first public hearing

President’s former lawyer expected to say Trump knew of Roger Stone’s contact with WikiLeaks during 2016 campaign Trump and Kim meet in Vietnam – live updates Michael Cohen is to accuse Donald Trump
UK experiences hottest winter day ever as 21.2C is recorded in London

UK experiences hottest winter day ever as 21.2C is recorded in London

Parts of Britain exceed temperatures in Malibu, Athens and Crete The UK has experienced its warmest winter day on record, the Met Office has revealed.Temperatures in Kew Gardens, south-west London,
Israeli-Australian ex-teacher faces new claim of child sexual abuse

Israeli-Australian ex-teacher faces new claim of child sexual abuse

Israeli woman accuses Malka Leifer, who is facing trial for extradition to Australia New allegations of sexual misconduct have been made in Israel against Malka Leifer, a former headteacher wanted on
Nearly 200 passengers still stranded after over 24 hours since Amtrak train hit tree

Nearly 200 passengers still stranded after over 24 hours since Amtrak train hit tree

Train hit a tree on the tracks near Eugene, Oregon Sunday evening, and Amtrak decided to keep passengers onboardWorkers are trying to free an Amtrak train with 183 passengers aboard that has been
Jess Phillips tells May she is 'enraged' with her 'lack of bravery' - video

Jess Phillips tells May she is 'enraged' with her 'lack of bravery' - video

Labour MP Jess Phillips told Theresa May she ‘will not sit and listen to her crow about employment going up, when where I live employment is falling and hunger is rising’. She said she is ‘enraged’
Green Book producer sent angry emails to critics of the film

Green Book producer sent angry emails to critics of the film

Charles B Wessler, one of the Oscar-winning film’s producers, wrote to journalists at NBC and Vanity Fair in response to critical articlesA producer of Green Book, the feelgood race-relations drama
'Resurrection' pastor sparks storm of parody on Twitter

'Resurrection' pastor sparks storm of parody on Twitter

South African pastor Alph Lukau’s ‘revival’ of a dead man prompts online mockeryA pastor in South Africa who claimed to have performed a resurrection has sparked a social media craze as users took to
'Centuries of entitlement': Emma Thompson on why she quit Lasseter film

'Centuries of entitlement': Emma Thompson on why she quit Lasseter film

In her resignation letter from the film Luck, the actor questions whether any company should work with disgraced film executive John LasseterWhen the actor Emma Thompson left the forthcoming animated
India's airstrikes are more posturing than prelude to war

India's airstrikes are more posturing than prelude to war

Neither Narendra Modi nor Imran Khan can afford a full-scale India-Pakistan conflictIndia’s limited airstrikes across the “line of control” in Kashmir, and Pakistan’s warning that it is preparing for
Russian troll farm was shut down by US military on day of midterms – as it happened

Russian troll farm was shut down by US military on day of midterms – as it happened

The US military blocked internet access to a company underwritten by an oligarch close to Vladi­mir Putin during the 2018 midtermsSign up to the US morning briefing for a fresh perspective 1.18am GMT
Dutch customs seize 90,000 bottles of vodka believed to be for Kim Jong-un

Dutch customs seize 90,000 bottles of vodka believed to be for Kim Jong-un

Authorities say investigations led to suspicions the haul was to be taken to PyongyangDutch customs officials at the port of Rotterdam have seized 90,000 bottles of vodka believed to be destined for
Saudi Aramco says oil industry faces 'crisis of perception'

Saudi Aramco says oil industry faces 'crisis of perception'

Policymakers and investors increasingly believe firms have little or no future, CEO saysSaudi Arabia’s state oil company has said the industry faces a “crisis of perception” because society believes
Chinese envoy hits back at Williamson's 'gunboat diplomacy'

Chinese envoy hits back at Williamson's 'gunboat diplomacy'

Ambassador to UK accuses ‘certain British politician’ of hyping up the ‘China threat’China’s ambassador to the UK has fired an unmistakable warning shot in the direction of the defence secretary,
Humpback whale found washed ashore in Brazil

Humpback whale found washed ashore in Brazil

Whale discovered at Marajó Island should have been in Antarctica at this time of yearA young humpback whale has been found dead after being washed ashore on a remote swamp in the Amazon River.The
Spike Lee rounds on Donald Trump over Twitter attack

Spike Lee rounds on Donald Trump over Twitter attack

Oscar-winning director responds to the president’s claim that his acceptance speech was ‘a racist hit’Spike Lee has addressed Donald Trump’s claim that his Oscars acceptance speech was a “racist hit”