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Trump faces rebuke from former top officials over 'national emergency' – as it happened

Trump faces rebuke from former top officials over 'national emergency' – as it happened

Former top national security officials have signed their names to a public letter condemning Trump’s declaration of emergency on the US borderSign up for the US morning briefing for a fresh
French teachers give top grades in protest at baccalaureate changes

French teachers give top grades in protest at baccalaureate changes

Protesters use tactic to fight Emmanuel Macron’s proposed changes to high school exam Teachers in Paris and western France have begun giving every pupil in their classes top marks in tests and
Ryanair racist tirade: man avoids UK charges as plane was in Spain

Ryanair racist tirade: man avoids UK charges as plane was in Spain

Essex police conclude their inquiry into incident that was filmed and put on social mediaThe man who launched a tirade of racist abuse at a 77-year-old woman on a Ryanair flight last October has
R Kelly remains in jail as lawyer says 'not easy' for singer to pay $100,000 bail

R Kelly remains in jail as lawyer says 'not easy' for singer to pay $100,000 bail

Singer being held in 7,000-inmate county jail in ChicagoLawyer says Kelly not wealthy despite string of hit recordsR Kelly remains in jail as confidants make arrangements to pay the $100,000 bail
Russian state TV shows  map of potential US nuclear targets

Russian state TV shows map of potential US nuclear targets

New hypersonic missiles could hit targets including Pentagon in under five minutes, it claimsRussian state television has broadcast a map of the US showing military facilities Moscow would target in
‘FarFarOut’: Nasa astronomer finds potential furthest object in solar system

‘FarFarOut’: Nasa astronomer finds potential furthest object in solar system

Mystery shrouds ‘very faint’ planetary body that appears to be 140 times further from the sun than EarthA new object has been discovered in the distant reaches of our solar system and given the name
Liam Adams, brother of ex-Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams, dies

Liam Adams, brother of ex-Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams, dies

Former activist, who was jailed for raping daughter, has died from cancer in Belfast hospiceLiam Adams, the brother of the former Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams, has died in custody while serving a
Vaccine scepticism grows in line with rise of populism - study

Vaccine scepticism grows in line with rise of populism - study

Surges in measles cases map tightly to countries where populism is on the marchScepticism about the use of vaccines for children has risen across Europe in line with votes for populists, according to
Donald Trump accuses Spike Lee of 'racist hit on your president'

Donald Trump accuses Spike Lee of 'racist hit on your president'

Lee urges Americans to choose ‘love versus hate’ in 2020Trump criticizes Oscar winner for giving speech using notesDonald Trump has complained about a “racist hit” he said Spike Lee carried out on him
US briefing: Oscars shocks, pro-voter bill and Venezuela meeting

US briefing: Oscars shocks, pro-voter bill and Venezuela meeting

Monday’s top story: Green Book named best picture as Olivia Colman wins best actress for her role in The Favourite. Plus, how a US congresswoman is fighting back against voter suppressionGood morning,
Cyprus: likely gas field find raises prospect of tension with Turkey

Cyprus: likely gas field find raises prospect of tension with Turkey

Expected announcement by ExxonMobil of discovery off island’s south coast seen as potential game changerTensions between Cyprus and Turkey over energy could soon come to a head, with ExxonMobil
Deportation for being single? This shows the real bigotry gay people face | Ben Smoke

Deportation for being single? This shows the real bigotry gay people face | Ben Smoke

Yew Fook Sam’s case exposes the endemic culture of xenophobia that goes unchallenged in the Home OfficeLast week, it was revealed that a 67-year-old man faces deportation to Malaysia because Home
Pro-Israel US group condemns Netanyahu pact with extremists

Pro-Israel US group condemns Netanyahu pact with extremists

Aipac attacks Israeli PM’s pact with ‘racist and reprehensible’ Jewish Power partyBenjamin Netanyahu’s decision to enter an electoral pact with a party of ultranationalist extremists has drawn rare
South Sudan's war: a relentless litany of almost unimaginable horrors

South Sudan's war: a relentless litany of almost unimaginable horrors

A report laying bare the abominations associated with conflict in the world’s youngest state will shock the most hardened observerThere are wars that seem to slip under the wire almost unnoticed –
Spain would 'roundly condemn' use of force in Venezuela

Spain would 'roundly condemn' use of force in Venezuela

Spanish foreign minister says Madrid would not support military action to oust Nicolás MaduroSpain has warned that it will not back any military intervention in Venezuela after the South American
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez becomes comic-book heroine

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez becomes comic-book heroine

Rising star of US politics – who is known to be a comics fan – given lead role in Washington satire that promises ‘to spare no one’ Clad like a warrior woman, beckoning on her enemies with her war cry
'We are now free': Yazidis fleeing Isis start over in female-only commune

'We are now free': Yazidis fleeing Isis start over in female-only commune

In Jinwar, north-eastern Syria, a pioneering group of women are rebuilding their lives away from the constraints of patriarchyBerivan runs over to join in the dancing, her traditional gold dress
Karren Brady quits as chair of Philip Green’s retail group

Karren Brady quits as chair of Philip Green’s retail group

Businesswoman had refused to resign after allegations of inappropriate behaviour against tycoonKarren Brady has resigned as chair of Sir Philip Green’s retail empire, a fortnight after saying she had
Brexit: Labour will back amendment for second referendum, says Corbyn – Politics live

Brexit: Labour will back amendment for second referendum, says Corbyn – Politics live

Opposition says it will back or put forward amendment for public vote if its alternative to Theresa May’s Brexit plan is voted down by MPsLabour to back moves for second Brexit referendum – reportUK
China stocks surge into bull market; Trump urges Opec to 'relax' - business live

China stocks surge into bull market; Trump urges Opec to 'relax' - business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the Chinese stock market enjoys its best day in three and a half yearsLatest: US president says world doesn’t need higher oil