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Greece reinforces land border with Turkey to stem flow of migrants

Greece reinforces land border with Turkey to stem flow of migrants

Athens rushes to counter fears of new crisis after arrival of nearly 3,000 people in AprilGreece has rushed to reinforce its land border with Turkey as fears mount over a sharp rise in the number of
Trump calls location of London embassy lousy and horrible at Michigan rally – video

Trump calls location of London embassy lousy and horrible at Michigan rally – video

Donald Trump has renewed his criticism of the new US embassy building in London, ahead of his planned visit to the UK in July. Trump, cancelled a planned visit to London to open the embassy earlier
Trump hits out at 'lousy location' of US embassy in London

Trump hits out at 'lousy location' of US embassy in London

US president renews criticism of Nine Elms site at Michigan rally ahead of trip to UK in July Donald Trump has renewed his criticism of the new US embassy building in London, calling its location
Thousands demonstrate against Pamplona gang rape ruling in Spain - video

Thousands demonstrate against Pamplona gang rape ruling in Spain - video

Thousands of people protest in Madrid after a Spanish court cleared five men of gang raping an 18-year-old woman at the 2016 San Fermin bull-running festival in Pamplona. The court convicted the men
Tory chairman says he discussed deportations with Amber Rudd

Tory chairman says he discussed deportations with Amber Rudd

Brandon Lewis’s claims appear to contradict home secretary’s denial of existence of targetsBrandon Lewis has admitted knowing about attempts to increase the number of government deportations and
Peru's brutal murders renew focus on tourist boom for hallucinogenic brew

Peru's brutal murders renew focus on tourist boom for hallucinogenic brew

A faith healer was killed, and a Canadian tourist was lynched in revenge – deaths that expose the dangers of the unregulated world of ayahuasca tourismAll traces of blood have been scratched from the
Maypole sales are up as May Day celebrations come back into style

Maypole sales are up as May Day celebrations come back into style

After years of decline, folk dance groups are on the rise and thousands will join the festivities on TuesdayIt is a date that was at the heart of British culture for centuries: May Day, the moment
Thousands flee in Myanmar amid fighting between army and Kachin rebels

Thousands flee in Myanmar amid fighting between army and Kachin rebels

UN says more than 4,000 people have fled in three weeks in the northern Kachin state and many civilians remain trappedThousands of people have fled renewed fighting between Myanmar’s army and ethnic
The Wound review – lust in a taboo climate

The Wound review – lust in a taboo climate

A tribal coming-of-age ritual is the setting for this tough but sensual gay romanceJohn Trengove’s tough, beguiling debut looks at what happens when queerness throws a wrench in the rusty machinery of
White House correspondents’ dinner: Michelle Wolf shocks media with Sarah Sanders attack

White House correspondents’ dinner: Michelle Wolf shocks media with Sarah Sanders attack

The comedian was scathing about Trump’s press secretary and his daughter Ivanka in a performance dubbed ‘disgusting’ by Sean Spicer‘They hate your guts’: Trump attacks media at Michigan rallyThe
Comedian Michelle Wolf stuns media with attack on Trump's team - video

Comedian Michelle Wolf stuns media with attack on Trump's team - video

The comedian takes aim at the Trump administration, congress and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Ivanka Trump and the president himself at the annual correspondents' dinner. Sean
As Alfie Evans dies, calls grow for better ways to support grieving parents

As Alfie Evans dies, calls grow for better ways to support grieving parents

Leading consultant says new approach needed to end disputes between parents and hospitalsA leading expert in medical ethics has called for new mediation panels to prevent the “entrenched
Spain fights to dispel legend of Inquisition and imperial atrocities

Spain fights to dispel legend of Inquisition and imperial atrocities

Campaigners want to reclaim the country’s past from ‘distorted propaganda’Beyond the cliched vistas of bullfights and beaches, and beneath the stereotypes of sunshine and sangría, fiestas and siestas
Protests continue for third day over Pamplona gang rape acquittal

Protests continue for third day over Pamplona gang rape acquittal

Up to 35,000 people march in Spanish city after five men were convicted of lesser offence of sexual abuse of 18-year-old womanTens of thousands of people have marched in northern Spain for a third
Protesters in Israel call for end to Australian live exports

Protesters in Israel call for end to Australian live exports

March in Tel Aviv comes ahead of Sunday departure of live export ship from Western Australia• Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morningAnimal rights activists have
North Korea will invite outside experts to observe closing of nuclear test site

North Korea will invite outside experts to observe closing of nuclear test site

Kim Jong-un has pledged to allow foreign journalists and experts to witness the decommissioning in May ahead of a meeting with Donald TrumpTrump says summit with Kim Jong-un could happen in ‘three or
Suspected jihadists in Mali kill more than 40 in two days of violence

Suspected jihadists in Mali kill more than 40 in two days of violence

Attacks on Tuareg ethnic group stoke fears of inter-communal violence in a country racked by six years of chaosSuspected jihadists killed more than 40 people from the Tuareg ethnic group on Mali’s
Armenia's ruling party bows out of PM race to 'avoid confrontation'

Armenia's ruling party bows out of PM race to 'avoid confrontation'

Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan calls on parliament to elect him after mass protests oust longtime ruler Serzh SargsyanArmenia’s ruling party will not put up a candidate for prime minister as it
Donald Trump expects to meet North Korea 'in three or four weeks'

Donald Trump expects to meet North Korea 'in three or four weeks'

US president tells rally meeting being planned for denuclearisation of the peninsula following successful inter-Korean summitThe US president, Donald Trump, said on Saturday a meeting with North Korea
More than #MeToo: 10 ways workplaces can turn the hashtag into action | Tracey Spicer

More than #MeToo: 10 ways workplaces can turn the hashtag into action | Tracey Spicer

In an edited extract of a speech given at the Global Summit of Women, Tracey Spicer urges employers to step up and stamp out sexual harassment My first job was working behind the Yummies Bar at our