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Trump powers ‘will not be questioned’ on immigration, senior official says

A senior White House guide on Sunday reviled government judges who have obstructed Donald Trump's dubious travel boycott, cautioning that "the entire world will soon observe" that the president's official forces "won't be addressed". White...

Iranian travel ban baby arrives in US for life-saving heart surgery

An Iranian baby needing life-sparing heart surgery has landed at a Portland healing center with her family in the wake of being briefly restricted from going to the US by President Trump's migration orders. Iranian...

When smog hits the headlines

Daily paper features in January revealed to us that London's air contamination was more awful than Beijing. BBC writer Joseph D'Urso compared this to the heatwave climate stories each late spring that say Brighton...

Viola Davis sceptical about success of #OscarsSoWhite at Baftas

The on-screen character Viola Davis is the most secure wagered at the current year's film grants season, getting practically each and every best supporting performer prize going for her execution as Denzel Washington's ambushed...

Nassim Nicholas Taleb hits out at Chinese printers’ censorship of his book

The author Nassim Nicholas Taleb has impacted Chinese printers with allegations of oversight, after the composition for a US release of his 2012 book Antifragile was come back with the direction to supplant notices...

Thai fishing industry: abuses continue in unpoliced waters, Greenpeace claims

A worldwide crackdown on human rights mishandle in the Thai angling industry has brought about vessels voyaging a large number of miles further into remote and rebellious waters, where trafficked men keep on being...

The Guardian view on the Nanjing massacre: remembering war crimes Editorial

Truths alone don't leave a mark on the world. We pick and civil argument what to delete and what to record; and these choices about the past have significant ramifications for our future. Tuesday...

China live-fires aircraft carrier group amid Taiwan tensions with US

Japan's head Akihito ought to be permitted to resign, as per an administration board, in what might be an extraordinary move that mirrors the 82-year-old ruler's feelings of trepidation for his wellbeing and capacity...

Donald Trump attempting to play Nixon’s ‘China card’ in reverse

By at the end of the day testing China's nerves over Taiwan, Donald Trump is infusing a perilous component of instability and eccentrics into US relations with Beijing – the correct inverse of what...

Trial of Jakarta governor Ahok begins as hundreds of Islamic hardliners protest

The eagerly awaited obscenity trial of Jakarta's Christian representative Basuki Tjahaja Purnama has opened in the midst of tight security and crowds of Islamic hardliners droning for his capture. Several protestors, some wearing white Muslim...
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