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Trump inauguration crowd photos were edited after he intervened

Trump inauguration crowd photos were edited after he intervened

Exclusive: documents released to Guardian reveal government photographer cropped space ‘where crowd ended’ A government photographer edited official pictures of Donald Trump’s inauguration to make the
Grande opening: Milan gets Italy's first Starbucks

Grande opening: Milan gets Italy's first Starbucks

US coffee chain hopes 2,300 sq metre flagship will entice Italians to try new coffee experienceStarbucks has hit the spiritual home of the espresso, opening its first branch in Italy in the form of a
Liberal party should consider quotas for female MPs, Sussan Ley says

Liberal party should consider quotas for female MPs, Sussan Ley says

Coalition frontbencher admits something has to give in order for there to be more female representationThe Morrison government frontbencher Sussan Ley says the Liberal party needs to consider adopting
World's largest offshore windfarm opens off Cumbrian coast

World's largest offshore windfarm opens off Cumbrian coast

Walney Extension will power 590,000 homes amid fears Brexit could stifle growthThe world’s biggest offshore windfarm has officially opened in the Irish Sea, amid warnings that Brexit could increase
Putin is responsible for novichok poisoning, says UK minister

Putin is responsible for novichok poisoning, says UK minister

Ben Wallace says Russian president has ultimate power over military intelligence actionsThe security minister Ben Wallace has said that the Russian president Vladimir Putin is “ultimately responsible”
Powerful earthquake hits Japanese island of Hokkaido

Powerful earthquake hits Japanese island of Hokkaido

Cameras on island showed cities going dark as quake disabled power systems, leaving 3 million households without electricityRescuers were rushing to unearth survivors and restore power after a
Qatar law change hailed as milestone for migrant workers in World Cup run-up

Qatar law change hailed as milestone for migrant workers in World Cup run-up

Campaigners applaud move that will ‘take heart out of kafala’ by denying employers right to deny exit permits to overseas staffA law change that will allow the majority of migrant workers to leave
'Gutless': Trump responds to anonymous New York Times op-ed – video

'Gutless': Trump responds to anonymous New York Times op-ed – video

Donald Trump lashes out at the New York Times after the newspaper published an anonymous account from a senior Trump official that claims a ‘resistance’ within the administration is working in
Brazil presidential election: candidates on both sides charged with corruption

Brazil presidential election: candidates on both sides charged with corruption

A month before vote, candidates for Workers’ party and PDSB accused of illegal campaign donations in earlier racesTwo candidates on opposite sides of the political spectrum in Brazil’s forthcoming
China must apologise for 'arrogance', Nauru president demands

China must apologise for 'arrogance', Nauru president demands

Tensions rise further at Pacific Islands Forum as leader accuses Beijing of ‘buying their way’ through the regionNauru's president has demanded China apologise for a senior envoy’s "crazy" behaviour
China complains over British warship sailing through disputed South China Sea

China complains over British warship sailing through disputed South China Sea

HMS Albion challenged by a Chinese frigate and two helicopters during freedom of navigation exerciseChina has expressed anger after a British Royal Navy warship sailed close to islands claimed by
Britain pledges £46m to fight against landmines after global casualties rise

Britain pledges £46m to fight against landmines after global casualties rise

Penny Mordaunt announces extra funding for radar detectors and other tech as deaths and injuries reach 10-year high The British government will release an additional £46m in UK aid to the global fight
Ben Okri: 'I was nearly shot because I couldn’t speak my dad’s language'

Ben Okri: 'I was nearly shot because I couldn’t speak my dad’s language'

Why was Ben Okri so keen to adapt L’Étranger, Albert Camus’s dark novel about the killing of an Arab, for the stage? He talks about his battle with the French writer’s daughter, his days living on the
Former immigration lawyer says job wasn't renewed because he criticised Peter Dutton

Former immigration lawyer says job wasn't renewed because he criticised Peter Dutton

Lawyer told veterans’ affairs department would not be extending his contract the day after 7.30 interview aired A former immigration department lawyer has accused the public service of not renewing
Woolwich house fire: woman dies in suspected arson attack

Woolwich house fire: woman dies in suspected arson attack

Sixty firefighters called after blaze broke out at property in south-east LondonA woman has died in a suspected arson attack on a house in south-east London.Emergency services, including eight fire
#ArrestMeToo and a black front page: Myanmar rejects jailing of Reuters reporters

#ArrestMeToo and a black front page: Myanmar rejects jailing of Reuters reporters

Outrage over the sentence has built inside Myanmar, with newspapers reflecting widespread angerThe jailing of two Reuters reporters while investigating the Rohingya crisis has sparked mounting public
Arrest of Syrian 'hero swimmer' puts Lesbos refugees back in spotlight

Arrest of Syrian 'hero swimmer' puts Lesbos refugees back in spotlight

Sara Mardini’s case adds to fears that rescue work is being criminalised and raises questions about NGOGreece’s high-security Korydallos prison acknowledges that Sara Mardini is one of its rarer
Koreas' Kim and Moon to meet again as Trump nuclear agenda sidelined

Koreas' Kim and Moon to meet again as Trump nuclear agenda sidelined

Third summit this year between Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un stands in contrast to rift with Washington South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in, will travel to North Korea for a third meeting with the
Victorian government ‘in class action territory’ over Matthew Guy document privacy breach

Victorian government ‘in class action territory’ over Matthew Guy document privacy breach

Former privacy commissioner says those affected by breach ‘would be well-advised to seek legal advice’A former privacy commissioner has warned “we’re in class action territory” after people’s personal
How Trump's White House is under siege from within

How Trump's White House is under siege from within

A Trump aide’s unprecedented New York Times op-ed came just hours after Bob Woodward’s book laid bare the antipathies and resentments of those who work for himAn unprecedented op-ed in the New York