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Thursday briefing: Trump 'extremely getting on North Korea's nerves'

Top story: War is still just words so far Hello – it’s Warren Murray taking you through things this morning. A rain of missiles into the seas around Guam would be North Korea’s way of bringing Donald Trump into line, Kim Jong-un’s military has declared –

Thursday, 06:35 in World News
 

Morning mail: North Korea 'risks destruction of its people'

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Thursday 10 August. Top stories The US defence secretary, James Mattis, has warned North Korea that it risks the “end of its regime and the destruction of its people”

Wednesday, 22:03 in World News
 
Wednesday briefing: 'Fire and fury' – Trump launches himself at North Korea

Wednesday briefing: 'Fire and fury' – Trump launches himself at North Korea

Top story: ‘Dangerous, reckless and counterproductive’ Hello, I’m Warren Murray – this is what’s been happening. North Korea has overnight warned it might attack the US airbase on Guam after Donald Trump told Kim Jong-un to expect “fire and fury” if he c

9 August 2017 in World News
 

Morning mail: Trump talks tough on North Korea nuclear threat

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Wednesday 9 August. Top stories Donald Trump has vowed to respond with “fire and fury” if North Korea makes any more threats to attack the US. Pyongyang had threatene

8 August 2017 in World News
 

The conservatives turning against Donald Trump

More Republicans will turn against Donald Trump and his politics of populism, a GOP senator and leading critic of the president has predicted, as the Guardian surveys the conservative landscape 200 days into the Trump presidency. Jeff Flake of Arizona wa

8 August 2017 in World News
 

Tuesday briefing: London spy twist to Trump-Russia affair

Top story: House aides sought out ex-MI6 agent Hello, it’s Warren Murray bringing you the news this morning. Republicans have been accused of trying to meddle in the Trump-Russia investigation following a secretive bid to contact Christopher Steele, the

8 August 2017 in World News
 

Unlearning the myth of American innocence

My mother recently found piles of my notebooks from when I was a small child that were filled with plans for my future. I was very ambitious. I wrote out what I would do at every age: when I would get married and when I would have kids and when I would o

8 August 2017 in World News
 

Morning mail: Trump administration bans the c-word

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Tuesday 8 August. Top stories A US federal department has begun censoring use of the term “climate change” under the Trump administration, emails obtained by the Guar

7 August 2017 in World News
 

Monday briefing: Trump dragged into fake news scandal

Top story: Trump, Fox News and the death of Seth Rich A lawsuit is threatening to embroil Donald Trump in one of the American hard-right’s favourite conspiracy theories: that the murder of Democratic party staffer Seth Rich was connected to the hack of D

7 August 2017 in World News
 

Morning mail: Liberals prepare for marriage equality showdown

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Monday 7 August. Top stories Five Liberal MPs have released an unprecedented joint statement in support of Dean Smith’s marriage equality bill, attracting overwhelmin

6 August 2017 in World News
 
In 1967, they watched their city erupt. Fifty years on, how has Detroit changed?

In 1967, they watched their city erupt. Fifty years on, how has Detroit changed?

In 1967, when Marsha Music was 13, her father owned a record store and studio that recorded some of the most famous American blues and gospel of the 20th century. Artists who had graced the building included John Lee Hooker, Sonny Boy Williamson, and the

6 August 2017 in World News
 

'Here there is a chance': Venezuela crisis triggers exodus to Colombia

From the moment it opens at 8am each day, the Símon Bolívar bridge between Venezuela and Colombia heaves with people. Up to 25,000 Venezuelans come to the sweltering border town of Cúcuta each day – many of them lugging empty suitcases to buy basic foods

5 August 2017 in World News
 

'I never thought I'd see it again': the Irish beach that came back

John O’Shea goes to bed in a lifejacket. Or so he tells me. “Give a lie 24 hours’ start and the truth will never catch up,” he says. O’Shea owns the house in the Achill Island village of Dooagh that borders the track leading down to what might currently

5 August 2017 in Lifestyle
 

The Resistance Now: Trump's on vacay, so now's the time to act

I know what you did ... and it is summer The sun is shining, Congress has packed up and Donald Trump has started his 17-day stint at his New Jersey golf resort. But the Resistance doesn’t do vacation. Indivisible and Nextgen America have teamed up to giv

4 August 2017 in World News
 

How Britain fell out of love with the free market

Twelve years ago, shortly after winning his third consecutive general election, Tony Blair gave the Labour party a brief lecture on economics. “There is no mystery about what works,” he said, crisply, speaking from a podium printed with the slogan “Secur

4 August 2017 in Business
 
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