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Aftermath of second deadly explosion in Kabul – video

Aftermath of second deadly explosion in Kabul – video

People flee in the Afghanistan capital after a suicide bomber posing as a journalist blew himself up in the second of two coordinated attacks in the city's Shash Darak neighbourhood, near the Nato
Trump suggests meeting Kim on border as South Korean leader touts Nobel

Trump suggests meeting Kim on border as South Korean leader touts Nobel

President suggests summit at site of historic meeting last weekMoon Jae-in: ‘President Trump should win the Nobel peace prize’Donald Trump on Monday tweeted a suggestion that his planned meeting with
First robot delivery drivers start work at Silicon Valley campus

First robot delivery drivers start work at Silicon Valley campus

Six-wheeled robots will deliver food and coffee across a Silicon Valley office park in first commercial use of the technology – and whole cities could be nextIf you work in an office park, or study at
Meet Doug Ford, the Canadian conservative candidate being compared to President Trump – video

Meet Doug Ford, the Canadian conservative candidate being compared to President Trump – video

The conservative candidate for Ontario, Doug Ford, has drawn multiple comparisons to President Trump in the weeks since he was chosen. Ford is, like Trump, a businessman turned anti-establishment
Rain of terror: Egypt to crack down on 'fake' weather reports

Rain of terror: Egypt to crack down on 'fake' weather reports

Meteorological authority prepares draft law to ban unauthorised forecastsDonald Trump may routinely rail against the “fake news media”, but Egypt is going one better by cracking down on “fake” weather
Antiques dealer jailed for at least 24 years for strangling his daughter

Antiques dealer jailed for at least 24 years for strangling his daughter

Robert Peters throttled seven year old with a dressing gown cord at family home, court toldA wealthy antiques dealer has been jailed for at least 24 years for strangling his seven-year-old
Trump faces Guantánamo Bay decision that could undermine fight against Isis

Trump faces Guantánamo Bay decision that could undermine fight against Isis

Monday deadline for Mattis review on Cuba detention campSending Isis prisoners could destroy legal basis for fightThe defense secretary, James Mattis, has until end of play on Monday to produce new
Rudd has gone but hostile environment policy set to stay

Rudd has gone but hostile environment policy set to stay

Measures that hurt Windrush generation and led to home secretary’s demise still popular with public and politicians Amber Rudd may have been forced to resign as home secretary but the policies behind
Michel Barnier: Brexit talks at risk of collapse over Irish border

Michel Barnier: Brexit talks at risk of collapse over Irish border

EU’s chief Brexit negotiator says Britain must soften stance on its red lines to break impasseThe EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned that talks are at risk if the UK does not soften its red line
Unmarried mother to challenge benefits loss in UK supreme court

Unmarried mother to challenge benefits loss in UK supreme court

Siobhan McLaughlin will fight state’s refusal to pay widowed parent’s allowance in BelfastA woman’s fight for access to a widowed parent’s allowance is testing the rights of unmarried couples across
Boaty McBoatface leads £20m mission to melting Antarctic glacier

Boaty McBoatface leads £20m mission to melting Antarctic glacier

British and US scientists are to examine the risk of the Thwaites glacier collapsing, which is already responsible for a 4% sea-level rise The precarious state of a vast, remote Antarctic glacier will
FDA finds weedkiller in array of foods, internal emails show

FDA finds weedkiller in array of foods, internal emails show

The FDA has been testing food samples for traces of glyphosate for two years, but the agency has not yet released any official results Continue reading...
German riverbank to be excavated in search for missing child

German riverbank to be excavated in search for missing child

Police investigating disappearance of British toddler 36 years ago to search site near to where she was last seenMilitary police are to lead a renewed search for the daughter of a British soldier who
Medicare change to give greater dialysis access to remote Indigenous Australians

Medicare change to give greater dialysis access to remote Indigenous Australians

Move is welcomed as a lifeline for the growing health crisis of Indigenous kidney diseaseSign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morningThe federal government has added
First person convicted under Malaysia's fake news law

First person convicted under Malaysia's fake news law

Danish national wrongly accused police of slow response after Palestinian lecturer was killedA Malaysian court has convicted a Danish citizen over inaccurate criticism of police on social media, the
Canada's Trump moment? Doug Ford rises in conservative party

Canada's Trump moment? Doug Ford rises in conservative party

Brother of late Toronto mayor is favourite to become next provincial leader in Ontario, sparking debate as to whether divisive politics that rattled US have headed northHe is a businessman turned
Scott Morrison refuses to guarantee budget surpluses of at least 1% GDP

Scott Morrison refuses to guarantee budget surpluses of at least 1% GDP

Bill Shorten accuses Coalition of planning ‘desperate pre-election cash splash’ • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Scott Morrison has refused to guarantee that the
Ten journalists among 36 killed in Afghanistan attacks

Ten journalists among 36 killed in Afghanistan attacks

Nine journalists killed while reporting on first of twin blasts in Kabul, while BBC reporter shot dead in Khost provinceWho are the journalists who died?Ten journalists have died in Afghanistan in a
Arlene Foster hits out at Michel Barnier over Irish border

Arlene Foster hits out at Michel Barnier over Irish border

DUP leader says Brexit negotiator does not understand Northern Ireland’s unionist cultureThe leader of the DUP has said the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator “does not understand” the unionist history or
US stops caravan of Central American asylum seekers

US stops caravan of Central American asylum seekers

Border officials tell people in ‘Stations of the Cross caravan’ it does not have room for them Nearly 200 Central American people who have been travelling north through Mexico for a month with the aim