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'This country has been violated': Trump's wall ignites tensions in Arizona – video

'This country has been violated': Trump's wall ignites tensions in Arizona – video

As Donald Trump seeks congressional support for his border wall, the Guardian's Paul Lewis meets Joe Arpaio, the controversial Arizona sheriff recently pardoned by Trump, and other local Republicans
Bollywood actress Sridevi 'died of accidental drowning'

Bollywood actress Sridevi 'died of accidental drowning'

Credits Jewel Samad/Getty Alt Text Sridevi Actor's death no longer being investigated as cardiac arrest One-Minute Read Sophia Eppolito Monday, February 26, 2018 - 3:09pm Indian
EU finance head: we will regulate bitcoin if risks are not tackled

EU finance head: we will regulate bitcoin if risks are not tackled

Valdis Dombrovskis calls for global response to rise of cryptocurrencies at industry roundtableThe European Union has warned that it will regulate cryptocurrencies if the risks exposed by the meteoric
Vodafone to track users in Ghana to halt spread of epidemics

Vodafone to track users in Ghana to halt spread of epidemics

Company will have to be careful it does not breach people’s anonymity, says data expertVodafone is partnering with the government of Ghana to share the movements of its customers to help track and
So-called ceasefire in Syria has barely led to a lull | Martin Chulov

So-called ceasefire in Syria has barely led to a lull | Martin Chulov

The UN has failed to prevent the suffering – or even slow it down. The wording of its resolution let Russia resume bombing within hoursWhen a UN-backed Syrian ceasefire was announced on Saturday,
EU finance head: we will regulate bitcoin if risks are not tackled

EU finance head: we will regulate bitcoin if risks are not tackled

Valdis Dombrovskis calls for global response to rise of cryptocurrencies at industry roundtableThe European Union has warned that it will regulate cryptocurrencies if the risks exposed by the meteoric
Sridevi Kapoor: Bollywood star 'drowned in bath'

Sridevi Kapoor: Bollywood star 'drowned in bath'

Authorities say cause of 54-year-old star’s death was ‘drowning following loss of consciousness’Indian actor Sridevi Kapoor drowned in her hotel bath after losing consciousness, Dubai police have
Merkel wins CDU party's backing for German coalition deal

Merkel wins CDU party's backing for German coalition deal

Delegates vote overwhelmingly for renewing alliance with SPDAngela Merkel has moved closer to a fourth term as German chancellor after her CDU party voted overwhelmingly in favour of renewing a
Syria: Putin orders five-hour daily ceasefires in eastern Ghouta

Syria: Putin orders five-hour daily ceasefires in eastern Ghouta

Russian move comes after UN security council’s demand for end to fighting goes unheededVladimir Putin has ordered a daily five-hour “humanitarian pause” in the besieged Syrian enclave of eastern
Nigeria school kidnapping: more than 100 girls missing in Dapchi

Nigeria school kidnapping: more than 100 girls missing in Dapchi

Description Sandals left strewn in the school yard by fleeing students Credits Aminu Abubakar/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Dapchi kidnapping President apologises over mistaken claims of

Venezuela’s oil industry teeters on a precipice

In decline for the better part of 15 years, Venezuela's oil industry has entered a free fall in recent months, contributing to the nation's economic and social chaos. The crude-heavy countryside is
The Guardian view on China’s leadership: strong but not stable? | Editorial

The Guardian view on China’s leadership: strong but not stable? | Editorial

The abolition of the two-term limit for the presidency will allow Xi Jinping to stay on indefinitely. But this is not just about one manAnyone shocked to learn that Xi Jinping intends to continue
Women should not have to dress modestly | Letters

Women should not have to dress modestly | Letters

Where are the suffragettes of New York of 1912 with their red-painted lips when we need them, asks Pipa Monjardino. And perhaps Muslim women need a #MeToo campaign in solidarity with their brave
From periods to pregnancy – the sexual health crisis for Calais refugees

From periods to pregnancy – the sexual health crisis for Calais refugees

Female volunteers for Gynaecology Without Borders are providing urgent care for women in need‘Dilva, 25, is seven months pregnant. Her blood group is Rh(D)- but her foetus’ is Rh(D)+. Her antibodies
Climber feared to have tried to ascend K2 solo returns to base camp

Climber feared to have tried to ascend K2 solo returns to base camp

Denis Urubko had left without team-mates after argument over weather delayA climber who split from his team during an expedition on K2, causing fears that he might try to ascend the world’s
Vatican releases rare papal vestments for Met fashion exhibition

Vatican releases rare papal vestments for Met fashion exhibition

Theme of this year’s exhibition, supported by Anna Wintour, may prove most controversial yetSpanning 25 different galleries, visitors to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s forthcoming costume institute
Brussels to make public transport free on high air pollution days

Brussels to make public transport free on high air pollution days

The new rules will also see car speed limits cut and wood-burning stoves banned in a drive to improve air quality in the cityBrussels has moved to make the city’s public transport and bike share
General Franco's summer palace caught up in ownership row

General Franco's summer palace caught up in ownership row

Local authority wants to block heir’s sale and create monument to Spanish dictators’ victimsThe Galician manor where Francisco Franco spent his summers fishing and shooting is at the centre of an

Panama steps into the Trump hotel dispute

The dispute has included armed guards on the property, allegations of improperly shredding documents and a pitched fight for control over a room filled with computer servers. Employees acting at the
Four far-right plots thwarted last year, says counter-terrorism chief Mark Rowley

Four far-right plots thwarted last year, says counter-terrorism chief Mark Rowley

Mark Rowley warns that threat from extreme rightwing groups is ‘significant and concerning’The outgoing head of counter-terrorism policing in the UK has used his valedictory speech to warn against the