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PM resists calls to sack Boris Johnson over Brexit remarks

PM resists calls to sack Boris Johnson over Brexit remarks

May declares confidence in foreign secretary despite his attack on the TreasuryBoris Johnson has “strong views on Brexit … but so do I”, Theresa May has insisted, after resisting calls for the sacking
'Take that, Trump!': Democrat kisses same-sex partner in election advert

'Take that, Trump!': Democrat kisses same-sex partner in election advert

Richard Madaleno, running in primary for governor of Maryland, kisses husband in TV adA Democratic candidate has made history by appearing in an election campaign advert believed to be the first in
Beckhams donate royal wedding outfits to fund for Manchester attack

Beckhams donate royal wedding outfits to fund for Manchester attack

David and Victoria Beckham give clothes worn at Windsor to We Love Manchester appealDavid and Victoria Beckham have donated their royal wedding outfits to raise money for the victims of the Manchester
Don't let Trump derail gender equality talks, experts warn G7 leaders

Don't let Trump derail gender equality talks, experts warn G7 leaders

Malala Yousafzai, Christine Lagarde and Melinda Gates among specialists urging G7 leaders to honour plans to discuss equalityMembers of the G7’s first gender advisory council have vowed that talks
Turkey condemns Austria's 'racist' move to close seven mosques

Turkey condemns Austria's 'racist' move to close seven mosques

Austrian chancellor says country can no longer put up with ‘parallel societies’As many as 60 Turkish imams and their families face expulsion from Austria and seven mosques are due to be closed under a
Cynthia Nixon brings spirit of Sanders to New York governor's race

Cynthia Nixon brings spirit of Sanders to New York governor's race

Fueled by small donors, the Sex and the City star spells out her challenge to Andrew Cuomo and the Democratic establishmentCynthia Nixon will not make the same mistake twice. As the former Sex and the
Tel Aviv's central bus station: 'There's a society inside the building'

Tel Aviv's central bus station: 'There's a society inside the building'

It is vast, decayed and dirty, but the bus station has become a space for diversity in the Israeli cityMost Israelis pass through the central bus station in south Tel Aviv as fast as they can. It is
Argentina agrees to $50bn loan from IMF amid national protests

Argentina agrees to $50bn loan from IMF amid national protests

Outcry as country requests assistance from international lender after peso plummetsThe International Monetary Fund has stepped in to shore up the Argentinian economy with a $50bn (£37bn) loan
Sheldon Adelson: the casino mogul driving Trump's Middle East policy

Sheldon Adelson: the casino mogul driving Trump's Middle East policy

The Las Vegas billionaire gave Republicans $82m for the 2016 elections and his views, notably staunch support for Netanyahu’s Israel, are now the official US lineIn 2015, the billionaire casino owner
Kim Jong-un impersonator says he was held in Singapore

Kim Jong-un impersonator says he was held in Singapore

As city-state prepares for Trump summit, Australian comedian says he was detainedAn Australian comedian known for impersonating the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, said he was detained by
Surabaya in the spotlight: Indonesia's renaissance city under attack

Surabaya in the spotlight: Indonesia's renaissance city under attack

Shocking recent Islamist attacks risk overshadowing a hard-earned reputation for urban revivalIndonesia’s second-biggest city, Surabaya, drew global attention last month for the shocking use of
The unspeakable truth about slavery in Mauritania

The unspeakable truth about slavery in Mauritania

For all the government’s denials, slavery persists in Mauritania. In a rare insight into the lives of the tens of thousands of people affected, photojournalist Seif Kousmate spent a month
The last days of Bobby Kennedy: a photographer's view by Harry Benson

The last days of Bobby Kennedy: a photographer's view by Harry Benson

Harry Benson, a world-renowned photojournalist and chronicler of some of the last century’s most historic events, provided a firsthand account of Robert F Kennedy’s campaign for the presidential
Ontario election results: populist Doug Ford to become premier

Ontario election results: populist Doug Ford to become premier

The brother of troubled late former Toronto mayor Rob Ford to become leader of Canada’s most populous provinceDoug Ford – the brother of controversial former Toronto mayor Rob Ford – is the new leader
Franco's cruel legacy: the film that wants to stop Spain forgetting

Franco's cruel legacy: the film that wants to stop Spain forgetting

The Silence of Others, backed by Pedro Almodóvar, seeks to end amnesia over dictator’s victimsChato Galante, who was stripped of his youth in the prison cells and torture rooms of Franco’s Spain,
'Take that Trump': gay politician kisses husband in US campaign ad first – video

'Take that Trump': gay politician kisses husband in US campaign ad first – video

Maryland's Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rich Madaleno's campaign ad targets Trump's policies and for the first time in the US, it ends with him kissing his spouse. The campaign aired the ad
Man kicks person lying on San Francisco street amid homelessness crisis – video

Man kicks person lying on San Francisco street amid homelessness crisis – video

The San Francisco police department is searching for a man caught on video kicking another person in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood. The department released the video, showing a man in a suit
Christian Porter defends media against Chinese diplomat's claim of fake news

Christian Porter defends media against Chinese diplomat's claim of fake news

China’s consul general said stories of Chinese influence in Australia were ‘fabricated’Australia’s attorney general, Christian Porter, has defended the nation’s media against accusations from a
Boy, five, dies after being stabbed in domestic dispute in Sydney

Boy, five, dies after being stabbed in domestic dispute in Sydney

Man charged with murder after ‘horrible, brutal’ crime in north-west suburb of Carlingford A five-year-old boy has died from stab wounds after an early-morning domestic dispute at a home in Sydney’s
World Cup: England fans' safety at risk in Russia, say MPs

World Cup: England fans' safety at risk in Russia, say MPs

MPs say Russia’s homophobic laws mean LGBT supporters could be at risk of violenceEngland football fans visiting Russia for the World Cup are at serious risk of homophobic, racist and anti-British