Qatar monitoring Sheikh Abdullah’s ‘detention’ in UAE

Qatar monitoring Sheikh Abdullah’s ‘detention’ in UAE

UAE denies holding Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al Thani against his will, saying he is a guest and free to go when he wants.
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Welcome to a new look for the Guardian

Welcome to a new look for the Guardian

The Guardian The Guardian website and apps have been redesigned for our global readership online Mon 15 Jan 2018 05.52 GMTLast modified on Mon 15 Jan 2018 08.06 GMT Today, our newspaper is being printed in a new tabloid format for the...
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North and South Korea discuss sending art troupe to Winter Olympics

North and South Korea discuss sending art troupe to Winter Olympics

The meeting comes after the North agreed to send a delegation to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. Related posts: Injuries as hail stones as large as golf balls sweep Istanbul Deadpool star Ed Skrein quits Hellboy reboot after whitewashing controversy...
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Perth bushfire paints skies ‘vivid orange’

Perth bushfire paints skies ‘vivid orange’

The blaze blanketed the city with smoke, prompting many locals to post images online. Related posts: Injuries as hail stones as large as golf balls sweep Istanbul Deadpool star Ed Skrein quits Hellboy reboot after whitewashing controversy The man who...
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Japan’s young bureaucrats to resume exchanges with China’s elite students

Japan’s young bureaucrats to resume exchanges with China’s elite students

Japan and China plan to resume an exchange program between young Japanese bureaucrats and would-be top Chinese government officials in 2018 after a more than five-year hiatus, bilateral sources said Sunday. The plan to restart the program involving Japanese bu...
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Jason Roy blasts England’s highest ODI score in five-wicket win over Australia

Jason Roy blasts England’s highest ODI score in five-wicket win over Australia

That’s one way to secure your first proper win of an Australia tour. The Ashes may be gone but England kicked off the one-day internationals with the most thumping of five-wicket wins in the first of a five-game series. For...
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Foreign trainee fatality data highlight safety and exploitation issues in Japan

Foreign trainee fatality data highlight safety and exploitation issues in Japan

Work-related incidents in Japan killed 22 foreign trainees over a three-year period from fiscal 2014, government data showed Sunday, reflecting the risk that laborers brought here could face dangerous or exploitative conditions. While most of the 22 deaths are...
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Burning oil tanker sinks off China after one week

Burning oil tanker sinks off China after one week

Image copyright ReutersImage caption The Sanchi had been burning for more than a week since the collision An oil tanker burning in the East China Sea for more than a week has finally sunk, Chinese media say. The Sanchi and...
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Panmunjom: Truce town in the Koreas

Panmunjom: Truce town in the Koreas

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Related posts: Injuries as hail stones as large as golf balls sweep Istanbul Deadpool star Ed Skrein quits Hellboy reboot after whitewashing controversy The man who went skydiving in the nude with a violin M1...
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Papua New Guinea volcano: Islanders flee worsening eruption

Papua New Guinea volcano: Islanders flee worsening eruption

Image copyright ReutersImage caption Kadovar island lies off the northern coast of Papua New Guinea About 1,500 people are being evacuated from islands off Papua New Guinea, where a long-dormant volcano has started erupting, the Red Cross says. The volcano...
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Women level claims of sexual harassment against top UK art dealer

Women level claims of sexual harassment against top UK art dealer

Anthony d’Offay, one of the most powerful figures in the contemporary British art world, is facing allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour from three women with whom he has worked. The 78-year-old dealer created the Artists Rooms project...
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