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Brazil charges 11 people with attempting to establish Isis cell

Brazil charges 11 people with attempting to establish Isis cell

The alleged militants were charged with trying to establish a cell in Brazil and attempting to recruit jihadists to send to SyriaBrazilian federal prosecutors have charged 11 people with planning to
Donald Trump's threat to Kim Jong-un: make a deal or suffer same fate as Gaddafi

Donald Trump's threat to Kim Jong-un: make a deal or suffer same fate as Gaddafi

Asked about ‘Libya model’, Trump says: ‘That model … was total decimation. That model would take place if we don’t make a deal’Donald Trump has threatened Kim Jong-un with the same fate as Muammar
Morning mail: 'Stunning' blow to biodiversity as parks degraded

Morning mail: 'Stunning' blow to biodiversity as parks degraded

Friday: Human activity has degraded a third of global protected areas such as national parks. Plus: Trump threatens Kim with Gaddafi’s fate• Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia
Canadian bomb squad called after live artillery shell taken out with trash

Canadian bomb squad called after live artillery shell taken out with trash

The shell, believed to be from the first world war, was found in London, Ontario, at the end of a driveway next to a bag of trashPolice in Canada were forced to call in the bomb squad after a resident
'Criminals on board': Georgia governor candidate begins deportation bus tour

'Criminals on board': Georgia governor candidate begins deportation bus tour

Michael Williams’s tour around the state targeting ‘illegals’ is just a stunt, but it sends a clear anti-immigration message to votersBus tours have become a staple of the American political campaign,
Combat dolphins and navy sea lions: meet the military sea mammals – video report

Combat dolphins and navy sea lions: meet the military sea mammals – video report

Some militaries around the world use dolphins and sea lions to carry out tasks such as detecting mines and locating equipment lost at sea. According to Paul Nachtigall, the head of the marine mammal
Theresa May struggles to rally support among EU leaders for new customs plan

Theresa May struggles to rally support among EU leaders for new customs plan

Leo Varadkar, the Irish prime minister, warns that PM’s proposals could be insufficient to prevent hard border in IrelandA bold attempt by Theresa May to crack the Brexit impasse ran into trouble on
Culture secretary deserves credit for facing down the bookies | Nils Pratley

Culture secretary deserves credit for facing down the bookies | Nils Pratley

New Labour made a mistake in allowing addictive FOBTs – it’s right now to limit the stake to £2It was New Labour, during its brief and bizarre flirtation with “supercasinos” as a tool for urban
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts, releasing 30,000ft plume of ash

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts, releasing 30,000ft plume of ash

Explosion comes after more than a dozen fissures recently opened miles to the east of the crater, spewing lavaHawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted anew before dawn on Thursday, shooting a steely gray
Climate change on track to cause major insect wipeout, scientists warn

Climate change on track to cause major insect wipeout, scientists warn

Insects are vital to ecosystems but will lose almost half their habitat under current climate projectionsGlobal warming is on track to cause a major wipeout of insects, compounding already severe
Raising the baa: Keswick May Ram Fair – in pictures

Raising the baa: Keswick May Ram Fair – in pictures

Guardian photographer Christopher Thomond attends the annual Keswick May Ram Fair, where shepherds show off their best Herdwick rams Continue reading...
EU sets course for US clash with law blocking Iran sanctions

EU sets course for US clash with law blocking Iran sanctions

European leaders to launch statute to protect EU firms doing business in IranThe EU has put itself on a collision course with the US over Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal with
Israeli airstrikes target militant sites in Gaza

Israeli airstrikes target militant sites in Gaza

Israel says strikes were in response to machine gun fire that hit a building in SderotIsrael has said it carried out airstrikes on what it described as militant sites in Gaza in response to machine
Two-year-old girl dies after incident involving armed police in Belgium

Two-year-old girl dies after incident involving armed police in Belgium

Prosecutor opens inquiry into death after passengers claim police fired in attempt to stop van full of refugeesA two-year-old girl has died after an incident involving armed Belgian police and a van
'Appalled' Trudeau calls for inquiry after Canadian doctor wounded in Gaza

'Appalled' Trudeau calls for inquiry after Canadian doctor wounded in Gaza

Tarek Loubani said he was wearing a green surgeon’s outfit treating injured Palestinians when he was shot in both legsJustin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, has deplored the shooting of a Canadian
Japanese monk sues temple saying workload gave him depression

Japanese monk sues temple saying workload gave him depression

Buddhist monk has backing of local labour bureau after he said he had to work sometimes for two months without a breakA Japanese monk is suing his temple, claiming he was forced to work non-stop
Ebola reaches DRC city, raising epidemic fears as 11 new cases confirmed

Ebola reaches DRC city, raising epidemic fears as 11 new cases confirmed

Officials to consider danger of Ebola spreading to other countries after disease reaches Mbandaka, home to a million peopleOfficials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have said the Ebola
Theresa May gains support with 'backstop' Brexit plan

Theresa May gains support with 'backstop' Brexit plan

Prime minister has made progress on proposal to avoid hard border, despite claims of disarray over Brexit strategyStalemate; deadlock; impasse – or as Jeremy Corbyn put it at PMQs on Wednesday,
Royal wedding 2018 – the full guide to the big day

Royal wedding 2018 – the full guide to the big day

The procession, the reception, the castle – here’s everything you need to know as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot Continue reading...
Rome authorities consider using sheep to tackle overgrown parks

Rome authorities consider using sheep to tackle overgrown parks

Cash-strapped Five Star Movement-led authority is struggling to maintain cityAuthorities in Rome are considering using sheep and other animals to tackle overgrown grass in the city’s parks.In a video