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Saudi Arabia arrests key activist in human rights crackdown

Saudi Arabia arrests key activist in human rights crackdown

Mohammed al-Bajadi held along with women who campaigned for right to drive Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on human rights activists has continued with the arrest of its most prominent human rights
Sheffield stabbings: police consider extra stop-and-searches

Sheffield stabbings: police consider extra stop-and-searches

Boy, 15, dies after incident in Lowedges, two days after a fatal stabbing in WoodhousePolice are considering authorising additional stop-and-search powers in parts of Sheffield after two teenagers
The North Korea farce makes it clear again: Trump is political Ebola | Simon Tisdall

The North Korea farce makes it clear again: Trump is political Ebola | Simon Tisdall

How much longer can the world tolerate having this dangerous narcissist in the White House?This is where hubris and arrogance lead. By indefinitely postponing his summit with Kim Jong-un, North
What is Galileo and why are the UK and EU arguing about it?

What is Galileo and why are the UK and EU arguing about it?

Europe has started to exclude British firms from elements of the satellite programmeGalileo is an £8bn satellite navigation system intended to rival the US-controlled Global Positioning System. Once
Irish people living abroad return home to vote in abortion referendum – video

Irish people living abroad return home to vote in abortion referendum – video

As the people of Ireland cast their vote on whether or not to repeal an abortion law that is among the most restrictive in Europe, Irish voters living abroad have been returning from around the world
'You don’t tell yourself no': Stacey Abrams' bid to be America's first black female governor

'You don’t tell yourself no': Stacey Abrams' bid to be America's first black female governor

After winning Georgia’s Democratic primary, Abrams tells Lucia Graves about her uphill battle to win in a state with a history of segregationist governorsFor Stacey Abrams to become the first black
Iran lists demands for staying in nuclear deal

Iran lists demands for staying in nuclear deal

Officials say EU must present credible package by end of May to compensate for US sanctionsIran has said it will decide in the next few weeks whether to pull out of the nuclear deal signed in 2015 and
Belgian police who shot dead two-year-old 'want to justify' tragedy, says lawyer

Belgian police who shot dead two-year-old 'want to justify' tragedy, says lawyer

Solicitor acting for parents of Mawda Shawri raises questions over shifting nature of official response to fatal shooting Police in Belgium who have admitted that one of their officers was responsible
Israeli court approves razing West Bank Bedouin village

Israeli court approves razing West Bank Bedouin village

Supreme court’s verdict on Khan al-Ahmar likely to prompt anger in EU governments trying to save itIsrael’s supreme court has ruled in favour of demolishing a Palestinian Bedouin village in the
Mississauga explosion: more than a dozen injured in Canada restaurant blast

Mississauga explosion: more than a dozen injured in Canada restaurant blast

Police say two men detonated improvised explosive device inside Bombay Bhel restaurant More than a dozen people have been injured after a homemade bomb ripped through an Indian restaurant in the
This Is Congo review – distressing story of a humanitarian crisis

This Is Congo review – distressing story of a humanitarian crisis

Daniel McCabe’s potted documentary about the DRC takes in colonial history, independence and its dire modern struggles. It’s a difficult, necessary watchPhotographer-turned-filmmaker Daniel McCabe’s
North Korea leaves door open for 'desperately necessary' Trump summit

North Korea leaves door open for 'desperately necessary' Trump summit

Regime’s vice foreign minister says meeting cancellation is ‘regrettable’ as South Korean president says he is ‘perplexed’ by US president’s decisionNorth Korea has said it is still willing to hold
Dutton looks at taking up New Zealand offer to resettle 150 refugees

Dutton looks at taking up New Zealand offer to resettle 150 refugees

Home affairs minister says it will happen only if asylum seekers are banned from ever coming to Australia• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Peter Dutton says he is
Cash converters: could this Dutch scheme stop drivers speeding?

Cash converters: could this Dutch scheme stop drivers speeding?

The city of Helmond is trialling a speed sensor with a difference – motorists who observe the speed limit earn cash for local projects A Dutch city is hoping to target speeding motorists by rewarding
Suspects sought after Canada restaurant explosion – video

Suspects sought after Canada restaurant explosion – video

Paramedics in MIssissauga, near Toronto, say 15 people have been injured in an explosion at an Indian restaurant. A spokesman for the paramedic service says three people were rushed to a trauma centre
Kim Jong-un gains stature and gives up little as summit falls apart

Kim Jong-un gains stature and gives up little as summit falls apart

Cancellation of the historic talks by Donald Trump leaves North Korean leader unscathedDonald Trump’s decision to cancel a planned meeting with Kim Jong-un is a gift to North Korea in many ways,
A safe haven on the Nile: life in South Sudan's Old Fangak – in pictures

A safe haven on the Nile: life in South Sudan's Old Fangak – in pictures

Before civil war erupted, Old Fangak was home to about 5,000 people. But since December 2013, the remote town in South Sudan’s Jonglei state has become a refuge for people fleeing the fighting,
Who betrayed Anne Frank? Book claims to shed new light on mystery

Who betrayed Anne Frank? Book claims to shed new light on mystery

Son of Dutch resistance member says Nazis were alerted to family’s secret chamber by Jewish collaboratorA new book has provided what it claims is fresh evidence that Anne Frank and her family were
Ireland abortion referendum: close result expected in historic vote

Ireland abortion referendum: close result expected in historic vote

Taoiseach says he is ‘quietly confident’ as Ireland goes to the polls after hard-fought campaigns by both sidesThe people of Ireland are voting on Friday in a historic referendum on whether to repeal
‘It’s worse than murder’: how rural America became a hospital desert

‘It’s worse than murder’: how rural America became a hospital desert

Since 2010, 53 rural hospitals have closed – many in counties with poverty rates lower than average – leaving residents stranded in times of needIt makes sense to sell this old place now, but he can’t