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A warning to the corrupt: if you kill a journalist, another will take their place | Laurent Richard

A warning to the corrupt: if you kill a journalist, another will take their place | Laurent Richard

Why kill a journalist if others are waiting to carry on their work? Those who tried to halt Daphne Caruana Galizia’s work in Malta will soon know they failedYou killed the messenger. But you won’t
Five things we learned from the James Comey interview

Five things we learned from the James Comey interview

The former FBI director was not afraid to talk in detail about Donald Trump, his own family and the alleged pee tapeFormer FBI director James Comey has taken part in his first televised interview
Syrian strikes boost French president’s action man image

Syrian strikes boost French president’s action man image

Emmanuel Macron had to act in Syria after making chemical weapons his red line As French fighter jets sped towards Syria in the early hours of Saturday morning, the French president, Emmanuel Macron,
Belgium comes to terms with 'human zoos' of its colonial past

Belgium comes to terms with 'human zoos' of its colonial past

Sixty years ago, Belgium set up a live display of people from Congo for the 1958 world fair. Now the country is rethinking that legacySixty years ago on Tuesday, Belgium staged the opening of the 1958
China's Weibo reverses ban on 'homosexual' content after outcry

China's Weibo reverses ban on 'homosexual' content after outcry

Microblogging site’s move to create ‘harmonious’ environment prompted protests under the hashtag #IamgayOne of China’s largest social media sites, Sina Weibo, has reversed a ban on online content
French president Macron claims he guided Trump on Syria - video

French president Macron claims he guided Trump on Syria - video

French president Emmanuel Macron has claimed he convinced Donald Trump to keep troops in Syria for the long term and limit Saturday’s joint strikes to chemical weapons facilities. Continue reading...
Social media video shows arrests of black men at Philadelphia Starbucks – video

Social media video shows arrests of black men at Philadelphia Starbucks – video

Video posted to social media shows police officers arresting two black men as they sat in a Starbucks coffee shop in Philadelphia. The arrests prompted some to accuse the company of racial
'We convinced him': Macron says he steered Trump on Syria strikes

'We convinced him': Macron says he steered Trump on Syria strikes

French president claims he guided response to Douma chemical attack after ‘things got a little carried away over tweets’French president Emmanuel Macron has claimed that he convinced Donald Trump to
Germany: outrage as rap album with alleged antisemitic lyrics wins prize

Germany: outrage as rap album with alleged antisemitic lyrics wins prize

Kollegah and Farid Bang win music award for album referring to Auschwitz, which comes amid growing concern about antisemitismBig businesses have joined growing criticism in Germany over the awarding
Theresa May urged to apologise for Britain's anti-gay colonial past

Theresa May urged to apologise for Britain's anti-gay colonial past

Prime minister encouraged to use Commonwealth summit to send out clear message on LGBT rights Theresa May has been urged to apologise for Britain’s historical legacy of anti-gay laws across the
Man arrested after woman stabbed to death in south London

Man arrested after woman stabbed to death in south London

Suspect in his 20s in custody after woman found dying at scene of attack in Brixton A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was stabbed to death in south London. The
Morning mail: West reverts to diplomacy after Syria strikes

Morning mail: West reverts to diplomacy after Syria strikes

Monday: Focus switches to UN, where security council members will again target Russia. Plus: Sydney awaits extent of bushfire damageGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main
May has tied us to Donald Trump. She must face the consequences | Polly Toynbee

May has tied us to Donald Trump. She must face the consequences | Polly Toynbee

The missile attack on Syria was a pointless, dangerous gesture. If given the chance, MPs must vote to condemn itMission accomplished!” The presidential tweet was beyond ominous, reprising as it did
Former first lady Barbara Bush in 'failing health', says family spokesman

Former first lady Barbara Bush in 'failing health', says family spokesman

The spokesman said Bush, 92, has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care Former first lady Barbara Bush is in “failing health” and won’t seek additional
Tissue-destroying ulcer frequently found in Africa spreading rapidly in Australia

Tissue-destroying ulcer frequently found in Africa spreading rapidly in Australia

Buruli ulcer cases surging and now at epidemic proportions in parts of Victoria, researchers sayA severe tissue-destroying ulcer once rare in Australia is rapidly spreading and is now at epidemic
Birthday balloons left at Hither Green street where intruder died

Birthday balloons left at Hither Green street where intruder died

Relatives of Henry Vincent leave fresh tribute outside pensioner’s home in south-east LondonRelatives of a burglar who was fatally stabbed by a pensioner in south-east London have laid a fresh floral
PEN calls for justice for Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia | Letters

PEN calls for justice for Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia | Letters

Writers including Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie, Yann Martel, Neil Gaiman, Ian McEwan and Elif Shafak say much more needs to be done to find the investigative journalist’s killersMonday marks six
Hurricane-hit islands need debt relief | Letters

Hurricane-hit islands need debt relief | Letters

Those who have contributed the most to climate change are the real debtors so it is unfair that small island states be indebted as a result, write Keith Mitchell, prime minister of Grenada, and Gaston
Tomahawk strikes and smouldering ruins – but no real change in Syria

Tomahawk strikes and smouldering ruins – but no real change in Syria

Trump can claim that he acted decisively while Putin and Assad carry on with their brutal warThe images seemed convincing. The scientific research facility in Barzeh, north of Damascus was once a
Market trader Wayne Bellows is told he yells too loudly

Market trader Wayne Bellows is told he yells too loudly

Lymington council says Bellows bellows ‘strawberries for a pound’ at too high a volume Some people complain to the council about the endless ringing of church bells, others by cockerels crowing at