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South Korea's Moon heads for Trump talks to try to keep summit on track

South Korea's Moon heads for Trump talks to try to keep summit on track

Kim and Trump appear at odds over the term ‘denuclearisation’ and President Moon is keen to defuse tensions on the peninsulaThe South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, is due to hold talks in the White
Marseille: at least one injured after masked gang opens fire in French city

Marseille: at least one injured after masked gang opens fire in French city

Police are not investigating incident as terrorism after attackers targeted a housing estate and reportedly took one man hostage Hooded gunmen armed with AK-47s have opened fire near a group of young
There is no justification for firing into crowds of protesters | Jeff Sparrow

There is no justification for firing into crowds of protesters | Jeff Sparrow

Australia has opposed the UN move for an independent inquiry into the violence in Gaza. But what’s to debate anyway? Australia has opposed an independent investigation into the killings of 60
White House says DoJ to expand investigation after meeting with Trump

White House says DoJ to expand investigation after meeting with Trump

Trump on Sunday demanded DoJ ‘look into whether the FBI/DoJ infiltrated or surveilled Trump campaign for political purposes’The White House announced on Monday that the Department of Justice would
Q&A: Liberal Jane Hume says women should 'work harder' to get into parliament

Q&A: Liberal Jane Hume says women should 'work harder' to get into parliament

Senator says a preselection quota for women and minorities would be patronisingSign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning The Victorian senator Jane Hume says women and
Former Perth student guilty of axe murder of parents and brother in South Africa

Former Perth student guilty of axe murder of parents and brother in South Africa

Henri van Breda, 23, had claimed a late-night intruder had entered the family’s luxury homeSign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning A former Perth student was found
Boris Johnson: Labour refusing to face reality over Venezuela regime

Boris Johnson: Labour refusing to face reality over Venezuela regime

Foreign secretary says party’s refusal to condemn President Maduro is ‘beyond satire’Boris Johnson, the UK foreign secretary, has sought to turn the crisis in Venezuela to the Conservatives’ political
Danish politician says Muslims stay off work during Ramadan

Danish politician says Muslims stay off work during Ramadan

Critics scorn Inger Støjberg’s ‘completely absurd idea’ that daylight fasting is dangerousA Danish government minister has asserted that Muslims should not work during Ramadan because the month-long
Hillary Clinton shows off Russian hat in jab at Donald Trump – video

Hillary Clinton shows off Russian hat in jab at Donald Trump – video

Hillary Clinton takes swipe at the US president over alleged Russian election interference during a graduation speech at Yale university. She made the speech on a day that students traditionally wear
Man stabbed to death on busy London street

Man stabbed to death on busy London street

No arrests yet made after victim killed on Upper Street, Islington, at 6.30pm on MondayA man has been stabbed to death on a busy street in broad daylight in north London.The victim, who has not yet
Humans just 0.01% of all life but have destroyed 83% of wild mammals – study

Humans just 0.01% of all life but have destroyed 83% of wild mammals – study

Groundbreaking assessment of all life on Earth reveals humanity’s surprisingly tiny part in it as well as our disproportionate impact Humankind is revealed as simultaneously insignificant and utterly
Some things old, some things new, in Sussexes’ royal wedding | Letters

Some things old, some things new, in Sussexes’ royal wedding | Letters

Readers on Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon, the couple’s wedding car, the duchess’s feminism and the duke’s titleDiana Evans’ article (Curry’s sermon will go down in history, 21 May) is certainly a true
The Guardian view on Saudi women drivers: going backward | Editorial

The Guardian view on Saudi women drivers: going backward | Editorial

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will give women the right to drive. But if they ask for anything else he says they can go straight to jailSaudi Arabia is about to lift the ban on women driving. So it
Doors, backpacks and Ritalin: what Republicans have blamed school shootings on

Doors, backpacks and Ritalin: what Republicans have blamed school shootings on

A list of what’s really behind America’s epidemic of gun violence, according to NRA-funded RepublicansThis year, there has been, on average, one school shooting a week where someone was hurt or killed
Barack and Michelle Obama to make films for Netflix

Barack and Michelle Obama to make films for Netflix

Former US president and first lady will develop ideas for films and documentariesBarack and Michelle Obama have signed a deal with Netflix to produce films and documentaries for the TV streaming
Iran told: comply with US demands or face 'strongest sanctions in history'

Iran told: comply with US demands or face 'strongest sanctions in history'

Mike Pompeo threatens Tehran with additional measures and warns: ‘The Iranian regime should know this is just the beginning’Mike Pompeo has threatened Iran with the “strongest sanctions in history” if
Trump attacks former CIA director ahead of Haspel's swearing-in

Trump attacks former CIA director ahead of Haspel's swearing-in

Trump suggested John Brennan was to blame for Robert Mueller’s investigation, referencing remarks from Fox & FriendsDonald Trump praised the new CIA director, Gina Haspel, at her swearing-in
Toxic mushrooms in Iran kill 11 people and poison more than 800

Toxic mushrooms in Iran kill 11 people and poison more than 800

Up to 10 provinces, mostly in west of country, affected by mass fungi poisoningAt least 11 people have reportedly died in Iran after eating toxic mushrooms. Emergency services in up to 10 provinces,
FTSE 100 hits record high as markets digest US-China tariff truce

FTSE 100 hits record high as markets digest US-China tariff truce

Pound falls 0.4% against the dollar, boosting overseas earners in the UK’s leading indexThe FTSE 100 soared to a new record on Monday after news of a truce in the contentious trade dispute between the
Venezuela: Maduro hails election win but world leaders threaten sanctions

Venezuela: Maduro hails election win but world leaders threaten sanctions

President faces flurry of condemnation over Sunday’s vote as Boris Johnson says ‘we may have to tighten the economic screw’The Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, faced a barrage of international