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Jaginder Singh Brar obituary

Jaginder Singh Brar obituary

My father, Jaginder Singh Brar, who has died aged 79, was a founder member of the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, the Sikh temple in Southall, London, and went on to use his experience to lead the
Mass protests in Poland against tightening of abortion law

Mass protests in Poland against tightening of abortion law

Thousands join demonstrations against government’s new effort to restrict access to proceduresThousands of people have joined protests in Warsaw and other Polish cities against the latest attempt by
Democrats attack Trump's choice John Bolton as 'reckless partisan'

Democrats attack Trump's choice John Bolton as 'reckless partisan'

Replacement of HR McMaster as national security adviser prompts alarm from critics who fear US being drawn into confrontationDonald Trump’s selection of John Bolton as his new national security
Samuel Semoff obituary

Samuel Semoff obituary

My father, Samuel Semoff, who has died aged 75, was a medical researcher at Liverpool University for many years. But he was better known as a committed campaigner who strove for racial and social
Ceasefire deal agreed in Syria's eastern Ghouta

Ceasefire deal agreed in Syria's eastern Ghouta

Thousands of civilians and fighters will be evacuated under Russian guarantees or remain and accept Bashar al-Assad’s regimeA ceasefire deal that will allow the evacuation of tens of thousands of
UK must show leadership on landmine clearance in Angola | Letter

UK must show leadership on landmine clearance in Angola | Letter

Alex Vines, head of the Africa programme at Chatham House, on the landmines still left behind from the battle of Cuito Cuanavale 30 years agoIt is the 30th anniversary this week of the largest
Keep off our land, indigenous women tell Ecuador's president

Keep off our land, indigenous women tell Ecuador's president

Women’s movement demand an end to unrestricted oil drilling and mining on indigenous lands and action on violence against land defenders in first meeting with president Lenin MorenoAmazon indigenous
At least 10 EU nations to expel Russian diplomats in spy row

At least 10 EU nations to expel Russian diplomats in spy row

Emmanuel Macron condemns ‘attack on European sovereignty’ as EU leaders back Theresa MayRussian intelligence agents and diplomats across the European Union will be expelled next week in response to
Gunman shot dead by French police after three killed in terror attacks

Gunman shot dead by French police after three killed in terror attacks

Police union official confirms suspect in supermarket hostage-taking situation has been killedA gunman has killed three people in a series of attacks claimed by Islamic State near the picturesque town
'It's priceless': how a store of rhino semen could save the species

'It's priceless': how a store of rhino semen could save the species

Prof Thomas Hildebrandt has been collecting the samples with colleagues for about 15 yearsFor over 20 years, Thomas Hildebrandt has harboured a dream: to save the northern white rhinoceros, the
Leaked: Cambridge Analytica's blueprint for Trump victory

Leaked: Cambridge Analytica's blueprint for Trump victory

Exclusive: Former employee explains how presentation showed techniques used to target voters The blueprint for how Cambridge Analytica claimed to have won the White House for Donald Trump by using
'You have the power to change America': Parkland students interview Bernie Sanders – video

'You have the power to change America': Parkland students interview Bernie Sanders – video

Rebecca Schneid and Dara Rosen, two student journalists from the Florida high school where 17 people were shot dead, interview the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and ask him whether he thinks Donald
US trade war: Dow partially recovers after China signals tariff retaliation – as it happened

US trade war: Dow partially recovers after China signals tariff retaliation – as it happened

The Dow Jones rose 0.5% in early trading on Wall Street, recovering some of the heavy losses a day earlier as investors digested US-China tit-for-tat measures Trump imposes tariffs on China European
Spanish court remands Catalan presidential candidate in custody

Spanish court remands Catalan presidential candidate in custody

Judge says 13 Catalan leaders, including Jordi Turull and Carles Puigdemont, will be charged with rebellion A Spanish supreme court judge has charged Jordi Turull, Catalonia’s presidential candidate,
Israel-bound plane flies over Saudi Arabia for first time

Israel-bound plane flies over Saudi Arabia for first time

Riyadh silent on why it granted access but flight signals a tacit improvement in relationsSaudi Arabia has opened its airspace for the first time to an Israel-bound passenger plane, breaking a
Home Office uses real-life cases in #knifefree ad campaign

Home Office uses real-life cases in #knifefree ad campaign

Attempt to reduce youth knife crime comes amid warnings of stabbing epidemic in LondonAn advertising campaign to reduce knife crime among young people featuring real cases has been launched in England
Dutton's department denies delaying Chinese student visas for political reasons

Dutton's department denies delaying Chinese student visas for political reasons

Reports link delays to tense relations between over question of covert Chinese Communist party influence in AustraliaThe Department of Home Affairs, the new “super-ministry” whose minister is Peter
Trump offered me cash after sex, says former Playboy model Karen McDougal

Trump offered me cash after sex, says former Playboy model Karen McDougal

McDougal tells CNN she had sex with Donald Trump ‘dozens of times’ during a year-long affair, including at his family home in Trump Tower A former Playboy model has given her first televised account
Mumbai's leopards have killed humans – but could they also be saving lives?

Mumbai's leopards have killed humans – but could they also be saving lives?

Leopards roaming the Sanjay Gandhi National Park could be helping to control the city’s dangerous stray dog population, study suggestsA fleeting glimpse of the black spots and gold fur of a leopard is
Wheat in heat: the 'crazy idea' that could combat food insecurity

Wheat in heat: the 'crazy idea' that could combat food insecurity

Durum wheat varieties can withstand 40C heat along the Senegal River basin, and could produce 600,000 tonnes of food In the northern Senegalese village of Ndiayene Pendao, close to the border with