Donald Trump's personal lawyer calls for end to Russia investigation after firing of Andrew McCabe

Democrats in Congress react angrily to suggestion and say the president faces 'severe consequences' if he attempts to curtail investigation


Matt Damon's publicist forced to deny reports actor is moving to Australia because he can't stand Donald Trump

Press agent debunks rumours previously circulated by news outlets claiming Hollywood star intended to leave with family because he disapproved of President's policies


Albania arrests 39 in crackdown on immigration crime rings

Albania police have arrested 39 people in a crackdown on crime rings illegally sending about 1,000 Albanians to Britain, the United States and Canada.

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Brazilians demand justice for slain politician

Thousands of angry and distraught Brazilians have taken to the streets to protest and mourn the shooting death of Marielle Franco, a Rio de Janeiro councilwoman and a prominent critic of police killings in shantytowns.


Oxfam 'kept aid worker on in Haiti despite sex harassment claims'

Charity tried to ‘contain’ allegations that engineer paid women for sex – reportOxfam has been accused of further failures in Haiti by keeping a senior aid worker in the earthquake-torn country for more than a year despite reported sexual harassment


Mexico advances on extraditing former governor to US

Mexican authorities have informed the former governor of a state bordering Texas that they have accepted a U.S. request to extradite him to the United States to face money laundering charges.


More violence reported in cities where Donald Trump rallies held, says new study

'The language our leaders use matters', the lead researcher of the study tells The Independent


Ryan Zinke branded 'insensitive' for responding 'Konnichiwa' to congresswoman's story about Japanese internment camps

The congresswoman was asking about a programme that Congress established to preserve sites where Japanese-Americans were detained during the Second World War


Bank of America's European president to step down

Bank of America Merrill Lynch's European president Alex Wilmot-Sitwell is leaving the North Carolina-based bank, in a move likely to raise eyebrows across the industry given his role in shaping the bank's response to Brexit.


Trump 'prepares to fire' national security adviser HR McMaster

The President and the former general do not have good personal chemistry


The Guardian view on the murder of Brazilian politicians: Marielle Franco’s legacy | Editorial

The killing of a Rio city councillor has sparked mass protests across the country. But will her warnings be heeded?Political cynicism is rife in Brazil, for good reason. Years of scandal have left many regarding elected representatives en masse as corrupt


Marielle Franco: Why my friend was a repository of hope and a voice for Brazil's voiceless, before her devastating assassination

As thousands take to the streets of Rio and São Paolo to protest the politician's brutal murder, Glenn Greenwald remembers a formidable and fearless advocate for Rio's poorest citizens


Moody modernist masters and a world of gender-fluid glamour – the week in art

Edward Hopper lights up America’s jazz-age, while the Barbican celebrates a refuge for transvestites and the Tate welcomes Anthea Hamilton – all in your weekly dispatchAmerica’s Cool ModernismThe desolate urban vision of Edward Hopper contrasts with

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