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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
Tiahleigh Palmer: foster father Rick Thorburn gets life for murder

Tiahleigh Palmer: foster father Rick Thorburn gets life for murder

Queensland man admits murdering the 12-year-old nine months after she moved in with his familySign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Queensland man Rick Thorburn has been
North Korea 'destroys' Punggye-ri test site – in pictures

North Korea 'destroys' Punggye-ri test site – in pictures

Three explosions at nuclear site take place hours before President Trump cancels his historic summit with Kim Jong-un Continue reading...
Huge explosions as North Korea 'destroys' nuclear test site – video

Huge explosions as North Korea 'destroys' nuclear test site – video

Kim Jong-un makes good on his promise to close his country's only known nuclear test site, detonating explosives and collapsing its entrances in front of international television crews in a highly
Why Sadio Mané bought 300 Liverpool shirts for his village in Senegal

Why Sadio Mané bought 300 Liverpool shirts for his village in Senegal

The forward has bought 300 shirts for his native village of Bambali, where he watched the 2005 Champions League final. ‘Do not be 3-0 down’ is the instruction from homeThree hundred Liverpool shirts
Gaza ministry removes baby from list of people killed by Israeli army

Gaza ministry removes baby from list of people killed by Israeli army

Authorities investigate death of eight-month-old who ‘had pre-existing condition’Gaza’s Hamas-run health ministry has said it has removed an eight-month-old baby from a list of people killed by
'Deal of the day': White House online shop crashes as North Korea coin discounted

'Deal of the day': White House online shop crashes as North Korea coin discounted

Price of commemorative coins reduced – but customers who have already bought them have asked if they can get their money backThe Donald Trump summit with Kim Jong-un may be over. But the opportunity
Coach watched porn with Newcastle United youth players, court hears

Coach watched porn with Newcastle United youth players, court hears

George Ormond accused of sexually abusing 19 boys over 25-year periodTeenage boys in Newcastle United’s youth football teams were sexually abused by a coach who was working for the club as a “driver,
The failed Trump-Kim summit: the story of a trainwreck foretold

The failed Trump-Kim summit: the story of a trainwreck foretold

Washington and Pyongyang were talking at cross purposes, and the debacle began and ended with gut decisions made by TrumpThe short, turbulent history of the Trump-Kim summit, from its surprise
Democrat calls for inquiry over Greg Gianforte's assault of Guardian reporter

Democrat calls for inquiry over Greg Gianforte's assault of Guardian reporter

Head of the Montana Democratic Party said Gianforte has never owned up to lying to the police or the public about the assaultThe head of the Montana Democratic Party on Thursday asked for a
The Guardian view on Jeremy Corbyn and Ireland: all about the border | Editorial

The Guardian view on Jeremy Corbyn and Ireland: all about the border | Editorial

Questions about the Labour leader’s republican views dominated his trip to Belfast. But Brexit is the key question for Northern Irish politics nowNorthern Ireland was a defining issue for Jeremy
The Guardian view on the North Korea summit: a crisis foretold | Editorial

The Guardian view on the North Korea summit: a crisis foretold | Editorial

Donald Trump’s meeting was all about grabbing plaudits for his over-sized ego rather than a serious effort to achieve peace on the Korean peninsulaThe commemorative summit coin has just been minted,