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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
Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych found guilty of treason

Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych found guilty of treason

Exiled former leader sentenced to 13 years’ jail over 2014 protests and Russian invasionA Ukrainian court has found the former president Viktor Yanukovych guilty of treason for his efforts to crush
Hugh McIlvanney, doyen of sportswriting, dies aged 84

Hugh McIlvanney, doyen of sportswriting, dies aged 84

Tributes flow for former Observer and Sunday Times writer who covered some of sport’s greatest eventsHugh McIlvanney, one of the most respected voices in British sports journalism, has died aged 84.
India's military elite gears up for Republic Day - in pictures

India's military elite gears up for Republic Day - in pictures

The President’s Bodyguard, a 200-strong cavalry unit, have for centuries been assigned to India’s most prominent VIPs Continue reading...
Mexican woman jailed for miscarriage released after conviction is overturned

Mexican woman jailed for miscarriage released after conviction is overturned

Dafne McPherson was accused of murdering her newborn and found guilty in July 2016, but an appeals court says evidence was flimsyA Mexican woman who was sentenced to 16 years in jail after suffering a
Salif Keita: Un Autre Blanc review – a retirement gift from a singular voice

Salif Keita: Un Autre Blanc review – a retirement gift from a singular voice

(Naïve/Believe Records) Keita’s final album features everyone from Angélique Kidjo to Alpha Blondy, but it’s his vocals that stand outSalif Keita, the most adventurous, gloriously soulful male
Emiliano Sala pilot's friends 'surprised' he took night flight

Emiliano Sala pilot's friends 'surprised' he took night flight

Dave Ibbotson had US licence and used expenses loophole to take paying passengersThe pilot who flew the plane carrying Emiliano Sala used a loophole to allow him to take paying passengers, it has
'These children are crucial': teaching forgiveness in CAR's besieged camps

'These children are crucial': teaching forgiveness in CAR's besieged camps

With peace talks starting this week in Khartoum, a quarter of the population of the Central African Republic have had to leave their homes – some into camps where makeshift teaching facilities offer
Nazi blueprint for North American Holocaust acquired by Canada archive

Nazi blueprint for North American Holocaust acquired by Canada archive

German researcher’s 1944 book, once owned by Adolf Hitler, lists Jewish residents of US and CanadaA book once owned by Adolf Hitler, which scholars suspect was a blueprint for a Holocaust in North
Let them eat cake? Wealthy Republicans play down severity of shutdown

Let them eat cake? Wealthy Republicans play down severity of shutdown

Leading politicians have been accused of being tone-deaf when it comes to the 800,000 federal workers who haven’t been paidWith the government shutdown entering day 34, members of the Trump
'Airy fairy': magistrate's comments about restorative justice spark concerns in Queensland

'Airy fairy': magistrate's comments about restorative justice spark concerns in Queensland

Youth advocates say they believe courts may be shunning effective diversionary programsYouth advocates say they are concerned Queensland courts are shunning effective diversionary programs – and don’t
The business of kidnapping: inside the secret world of hostage negotiation

The business of kidnapping: inside the secret world of hostage negotiation

Official policy in the UK and US – unlike in many other countries – is to never make concessions to kidnappers. Those taken sometimes die as a result. Is it time to rethink? By Joel SimonIn 1982, a
If Brexit Britain wants Europe to listen, it must learn to speak European | Timothy Garton Ash

If Brexit Britain wants Europe to listen, it must learn to speak European | Timothy Garton Ash

Article 50 could easily be extended for three months, but that’s not enough. Time to look beyond the Westminster bubbleAn old New Yorker cartoon shows a middle-aged man at a drinks party saying to
High court orders new inquest into Home Office role in Windrush citizen death

High court orders new inquest into Home Office role in Windrush citizen death

Family sought review after coroner dismissed immigration stress as a factor in Dexter Bristol’s deathThe high court has ordered a new inquest into the death of a Windrush citizen after the original
Trump has hitched his wagon to regime change in Venezuela – so now what?

Trump has hitched his wagon to regime change in Venezuela – so now what?

The problem for Juan Guaidó and his foreign backers is how to convert assets abroad to real power inside Venezuela The day after Donald Trump took the bold step of recognising the Venezuelan
Egypt frustrates Giulio Regeni investigation three years on

Egypt frustrates Giulio Regeni investigation three years on

Italian doctoral student’s family seek truth about his torture and murder in early 2016Three years after the disappearance, torture and murder of Italian doctoral student Giulio Regeni in Cairo, Egypt
Trump appointee 'overruled' rejection of Jared Kushner for top security clearance

Trump appointee 'overruled' rejection of Jared Kushner for top security clearance

President’s son-in-law was turned down by two White House officials over his family’s businesses and his foreign contactsA new report that a White House official appointed by Donald Trump overruled
Japan to resume commercial whaling one day after leaving the IWC

Japan to resume commercial whaling one day after leaving the IWC

A fleet of five vessels will reportedly leave for the country’s coastal waters on 1 JulyJapan will resume commercial whaling for the first time in three decades immediately after it leaves the body
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó offers Nicolás Maduro amnesty if he goes quietly

Venezuela's Juan Guaidó offers Nicolás Maduro amnesty if he goes quietly

In TV interview opposition challenger says he is determined to bring an end to president’s ‘dictatorship’ Venezuela’s embattled president, Nicolás Maduro, and his inner circle could be granted an