Many British people are ignorant about how racism works. Yet when black people try to explain, our experience is denied, says Guardian columnist Afua Hirsch
The White House violated federal law by withholding security aid approved by lawmakers for Ukraine, a nonpartisan congressional watchdog said on Thursday, in a blow for U.S. President Donald Trump as the Senate prepared to hold a trial on whether to remove him from office.
As the president slurred ritualised abuse of Iran and pleas to Nato, we saw the US’s days as world hegemon dribbling away, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins
If the US makes good on the president’s threat, Iran’s heritage won’t be the only thing damaged. Washington’s reputation would also take a hit.
Source: Trump’s Twitter threat to destroy Iran’s cultural sites is a historic mistake : The Conversation
It is impossible to feel justice has been done for the British teenager in the Cyprus rape case, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff
Explained: How the president’s tweet threatens to break four laws.
As the impeachment spotlight shifts to the Senate, several senators are emerging as early pivotal players as Washington gears up for President Trump’s trial.
Gary McLaren, 50, was ringing in the New Year in the party resort of Pattaya with his Thai fiancee Jasmine when he tried to light a firework which exploded in his face, killing him.
The mother of the 19-year-old from Derbyshire has backed a social media campaign dubbed ‘#BoycottCyprus’ and an online petition to drop all charges against her daughter.