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Novichok attack board game 'Our Guys in Salisbury' on sale in Russia

Novichok attack board game 'Our Guys in Salisbury' on sale in Russia

Makers of game that features figures in hazmat suits say it is reaction to western coverageA Russian toymaker has released a board game called Our Guys in Salisbury, featuring the same cities in
Airbus brands UK government handling of Brexit 'a disgrace'

Airbus brands UK government handling of Brexit 'a disgrace'

CEO pleads for people not to ignore Brexiters’ ‘madness’ and warns no deal would prompt ‘very harmful decisions’Airbus has branded the UK government’s handling of Brexit a “disgrace” and warned the
Alex Salmond charged with sexual assault and attempted rape

Alex Salmond charged with sexual assault and attempted rape

Scotland’s former first minister says he is innocent as he is accused of 14 offencesAlex Salmond, the former first minister of Scotland, has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault and two
Emiliano Sana: search for footballer and pilot resumes

Emiliano Sana: search for footballer and pilot resumes

Guernsey police say aircraft will also scour French coast in search for Emiliano Sala and Dave IbbotsonThe search for the missing footballer Emiliano Sala and a pilot has resumed after their plane
BuzzFeed to lay off 200 staff in latest round of cuts

BuzzFeed to lay off 200 staff in latest round of cuts

Online publisher announces job losses to shore up finances as Verizon unveils plan to sack 800 workersBuzzFeed has announced plans to lay off hundreds of staff, as digital media firms struggle to turn
Russia and key allies vow to stand by Maduro in Venezuela crisis

Russia and key allies vow to stand by Maduro in Venezuela crisis

Vladimir Putin offers support to Venezuelan leader in crisis ‘provoked by abroad’Key allies of Venezuela’s embattled president, Nicolás Maduro, led by Russia and China, have warned the US not to
Adelaide breaks its all-time heat record, hitting 46.6C, in extreme Australia heatwave

Adelaide breaks its all-time heat record, hitting 46.6C, in extreme Australia heatwave

Seventeen records broken in South Australia amid animal culls and mass fish deaths in other parts of the countryTemperature records have tumbled across South Australia, with the city of Adelaide
Diana Athill, writer and editor, dies aged 101

Diana Athill, writer and editor, dies aged 101

Centenarian writer and editor won acclaim for her work with authors such as Margaret Atwood and VS Naipaul, and for the sharp insights of her own booksWriter and editor Diana Athill, whose clear eye
America's most expensive home sells for $238m to hedge fund boss

America's most expensive home sells for $238m to hedge fund boss

Penthouse is 34 times size of average Manhattan apartment: ‘Hope he got a lot of bathrooms,’ says homelessness advocateThe hedge fund founder Ken Griffin’s new home offers a prestigious address on New
Rodrigo Duterte seeks to cut age of criminal responsibility to 12 as part of drug war

Rodrigo Duterte seeks to cut age of criminal responsibility to 12 as part of drug war

Philippines president originally wanted children as young as nine to be culpable as part of brutal war on drugsPresident Rodrigo Duterte has pushed for the legal age of criminal responsibility in the
Vietnamese crime syndicates target Thailand's last tigers

Vietnamese crime syndicates target Thailand's last tigers

Police investigating discovery of animal’s remains warn of organised crime threat to Thailand’s tiger populationThai authorities investigating the discovery of the remains of a wild tiger in a taxi
Anti-vaxxers targeting parents of new babies on social media – report

Anti-vaxxers targeting parents of new babies on social media – report

Charity says half of parents of small children have seen negative or misleading claimsHalf of all parents with small children have been exposed to misinformation about vaccines on social media,
China blocks Microsoft's Bing search engine

China blocks Microsoft's Bing search engine

Company says service – the only major foreign search engine available inside Great Firewall – is inaccessibleMicrosoft’s Bing search engine has been blocked in China, the company says, making it the
Amanda Knox: European court orders Italy to pay damages

Amanda Knox: European court orders Italy to pay damages

American wants conviction of malicious accusation over Meredith Kercher’s murder overturnedThe European court of human rights has ordered Italy to pay Amanda Knox €18,400 for police failures to
‘No connection’ between detention of Yang Hengjun and Canadians, says Marise Payne

‘No connection’ between detention of Yang Hengjun and Canadians, says Marise Payne

Australia’s foreign minister calls on China to act ‘fairly and transparently’ over detention of popular blogger and writer Australia’s foreign minister Marise Payne believes there is no connection
Ahok, Jakarta's former governor, released after jail term for blasphemy

Ahok, Jakarta's former governor, released after jail term for blasphemy

Indonesian politician Basuki Tjahaja Purnama freed amid rumours he may seek to resurrect his political fortunesJakarta’s former governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, best known as “Ahok”, has been released
'We want an end to tyranny': Venezuelan diaspora calls for Maduro to go

'We want an end to tyranny': Venezuelan diaspora calls for Maduro to go

From Mexico City to Hong Kong, exiles take to the streets in support of regime change One year ago Albert Molina and his family joined the historic exodus from Venezuela, fleeing to Mexico after his
Petra Kvitova v Danielle Collins: Australian Open women's semi-finals – live!

Petra Kvitova v Danielle Collins: Australian Open women's semi-finals – live!

Updates from Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne ParkAny thoughts? Email or tweet @rrjparkin 4.53am GMT A relieved Kvitova talks to Jim Courier. “The first set was very tight for myself, I’m really glad it
Air traffic controllers' union issues dire safety warning over shutdown

Air traffic controllers' union issues dire safety warning over shutdown

‘We cannot even calculate the level of risk currently at play, nor predict the point at which the entire system will break,’ representatives writeUnion leaders representing air traffic controllers,
Kim Jong-un expresses 'great satisfaction' at Trump letter ahead of talks

Kim Jong-un expresses 'great satisfaction' at Trump letter ahead of talks

North Korea’s leader is making ‘good technical preparations’ for February summit, official news agency reportsNorth Korea’s Kim Jong-un has expressed “great satisfaction” after receiving a letter from