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UK to attend US summit on Iran on condition of Yemen talks

UK to attend US summit on Iran on condition of Yemen talks

Jeremy Hunt is first senior European minister to agree to attend controversial meetingThe foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has agreed to attend a summit organised by the US in Warsaw originally billed
'A hungry man is an angry man' – fear and despair stalk streets of Harare

'A hungry man is an angry man' – fear and despair stalk streets of Harare

In a poor neighbourhood on the outskirts of the Zimbabwean capital, residents reeling from a brutal crackdown describe the impact of food and fuel shortagesEvery morning this past week, Innocent
Facebook let children run up huge bills, court papers show

Facebook let children run up huge bills, court papers show

Staff discussed what to do with high-spending children before deciding to refuse refundsFacebook has settled a class action lawsuit that had accused it of allowing children to run up huge bills on
Trump agrees to temporarily reopen government after America's longest shutdown – as it happened

Trump agrees to temporarily reopen government after America's longest shutdown – as it happened

Move comes as president faces intense scrutiny after the arrest of key ally Roger Stone in Mueller’s Russia inquirySign up for the Guardian’s daily morning briefing 2.24am GMT All right, folks. Thanks
Actor faces high court over identifying James Bulger killer

Actor faces high court over identifying James Bulger killer

Tina Malone allegedly posted image on social media of Jon Venables whose identity is protectedThe actor Tina Malone is facing contempt of court proceedings over a social media post which allegedly
Jeremy Corbyn ally dents Labour hopes of push for second referendum

Jeremy Corbyn ally dents Labour hopes of push for second referendum

Ian Lavery says rerun could damage relationship between politicians and publicIan Lavery: A second referendum could destroy trust in politics A senior ally of Jeremy Corbyn has said holding a second
Leading liberal thinktank will no longer accept funds from UAE

Leading liberal thinktank will no longer accept funds from UAE

Center for American Progress says it aims to distance itself from authoritarian regimes amid questions over ‘which side our president is on’The Center for American Progress, one of the most prominent
Ireland's calling: a journey to the heart of a rugby powerhouse  | Donald McRae

Ireland's calling: a journey to the heart of a rugby powerhouse | Donald McRae

Ireland are favourites for the Six Nations and are serious contenders for the World Cup this year, with a spirit that transcends national boundaries. How have they done it? “It just wouldn’t happen
Death of Count of Paris sparks pretend game of thrones in France

Death of Count of Paris sparks pretend game of thrones in France

Jean d’Orléans, descendant of Louis XIV’s brother, inherits a place in a theoretical tussle The pretender to be French king is dead. Long live the other pretenders, all three.France might have thought
Trump must not be allowed to dictate Venezuela's democratic recovery | Reynaldo Trombetta

Trump must not be allowed to dictate Venezuela's democratic recovery | Reynaldo Trombetta

Juan Guaidó can save my country from ruin, but if the US intervenes, we could see it turn into another AfghanistanVenezuela’s Nicolás Maduro and his Russian ally Vladimir Putin are predictably
Roger Stone says he won't testify against Trump after Mueller indictment

Roger Stone says he won't testify against Trump after Mueller indictment

Stone allegedly made multiple attempts to contact WikiLeaks via intermediary about hacked Democratic emailsFollow the latest updates on the Stone arrest Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to Donald
Tory councillor calls for homeless people's tents to be torn down

Tory councillor calls for homeless people's tents to be torn down

Kathryn Kelloway faces criticism after urging Cardiff council to clear its city centreA Conservative councillor has been criticised after she urged a local authority to pull down tents housing
Does the Home Office really think the migration crisis is a laughing matter? | Rod Austin

Does the Home Office really think the migration crisis is a laughing matter? | Rod Austin

In a giggle-strewn radio interview, MP Victoria Atkins struggled to explain Britain’s inaction over people arriving by boatWhen is a crisis not a crisis? Perhaps when no one takes it seriously. The
Australia Day honours list: Kylie Minogue and Peter Reith among 2019 recipients

Australia Day honours list: Kylie Minogue and Peter Reith among 2019 recipients

Women account for 37.5% of those honoured – a record but still short of the 40% target promised by Labor This year’s Australia Day honours list has the highest proportion of women ever – but female
Bollywood epic Manikarnika puts India's anti-British queen under attack

Bollywood epic Manikarnika puts India's anti-British queen under attack

Filmstar Kangana Rangaut’s response to hardline Hindu threats: ‘I’ll destroy you all’A Indian queen fights bloody, over-the-top battles against British soldiers in a colonial-era Bollywood blockbuster
Brexiters’ scaremongering about a European army is just another of their lies | Jonathan Lis

Brexiters’ scaremongering about a European army is just another of their lies | Jonathan Lis

This week’s Franco-German treaty isn’t evidence that Brexit is right – it reflects greater cooperation in an uncertain worldBrexiters based the 2016 referendum on a series of myths: £350m for the NHS,
No-deal Brexit will disrupt UK economy, says Philip Hammond

No-deal Brexit will disrupt UK economy, says Philip Hammond

Chancellor says disruption of leaving EU with no deal would ‘settle down’Philip Hammond has warned of significant disruption to the UK economy if Britain leaves the EU without a deal in March, but has
You're so vain! The phenomenon of the self-loving actor-director

You're so vain! The phenomenon of the self-loving actor-director

In his latest film, The Mule, 88-year-old Clint Eastwood directs himself having threesomes with women in their 20s. But from Sylvester Stallone to Kevin Costner, he’s not the only actor-director
London Pride maker Fuller's sells beer business to Asahi for £250m

London Pride maker Fuller's sells beer business to Asahi for £250m

The 174-year-old company will focus on pubs and hotels after deal with Japanese firmFuller, Smith & Turner has accepted a blockbuster £250m offer for its entire drinks business from the Japanese
Colorado senator castigates Ted Cruz's 'crocodile tears'  - video

Colorado senator castigates Ted Cruz's 'crocodile tears' - video

Senator Michael Bennet, a Colorado Democrat, delivers a powerful speech on the impact of the US government shutdown, having been provoked by the Republican Ted Cruz's apparent concerns for emergency