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‘People are afraid to be Hispanic’: Trump visits an angry, grieving El Paso | US news

Donald Trump arrived in El Paso, Texas, on Wednesday afternoon to pay tribute to the victims of one of the deadliest mass shootings in recent US history. But the president was met with calls to stay away, as hundreds of residents gathered in the city’s Washington Park, mere streets...

Wanda Vázquez: Puerto Rico swears in new governor after ousting predecessor | World news

Puerto Rico’s supreme court on Wednesday overturned the swearing-in of Pedro Pierluisi as the island’s governor less than a week ago, clearing the way for the justice secretary, Wanda Vázquez, to take up the post after weeks of turmoil. Vázquez took the oath of office in the early evening...

Canada manhunt: police are ‘confident’ two bodies found are fugitives | World news

A cross-Canada manhunt that transfixed the international community appears to have come to an end, with police saying they believe they have found the bodies of teen fugitives Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky, in northern Manitoba. Manitoba Royal Canadian mounted police assistant commissioner Jane MacLatchy told reporters that two...

Neil Lennon hopes to reinvest Kieran Tierney cash in Celtic squad | Football

Neil Lennon hopes he will be given Kieran Tierney’s record £25m transfer fee to reinvest in his Celtic squad. Lennon was busy overseeing his team’s 1-1 Champions League draw with Cluj as reports broke that a deal had been struck with Arsenal to make Tierney Scotland’s most expensive...

Tottenham agree £55m fee with Real Betis for Giovani Lo Celso | Football

Tottenham have reached an agreement with Real Betis to sign Giovani Lo Celso for a club record-equalling €60m (£55.3m) while Mauricio Pochettino is also hoping a deal for Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon can be completed before Thursday’s transfer deadline. On a busy penultimate day of the transfer window Spurs finally...

Missing Nora Quoirin’s family make appeal and remain hopeful | World news

The family of a British girl missing in Malaysia have said they remain hopeful, as police leading the investigation refused to rule out a “criminal element” in her disappearance. Nora Quoirin, 15, from London, vanished from the Dusun forest eco-resort, in southern Negeri Sembilan state, on Sunday. Her family released...

Bahraini dissident feared being thrown from London embassy roof | World news

A Bahraini dissident has said he was beaten and threatened with being thrown from the roof of the country’s embassy in London last month by staff trying to halt his rooftop protest against the execution of two men in the Gulf nation. Moosa Mohammed said he feared for his...

South Wales police to use facial recognition to identify suspects | Technology

South Wales police are to have a facial recognition app installed on their phones to identify suspects without having to take them to a police station. The force intends to test the app over the next three months with 50 officers using the technology to confirm the names of...

Trump confronted by protesters on visit to Dayton following shooting – live | US news

Coming just days after a Texas man allegedly killed 22 people in El Paso after posting a manifesto complaining of a ‘Hispanic invasion’, the prime-time news star defended the president from criticisms of his rhetoric by disputing that Trump ever ‘endorsed white supremacy or came close to...

Deal or no deal? It’s not really up to Dominic Cummings | Martin Kettle | Opinion

Media obsession with powerful advisers is not new. The influence of Alastair Campbell and Peter Mandelson was the stuff of hysteria in the Tony Blair years. Bernard Ingham and Marcia Williams were accused of having undue power during the eras of Margaret Thatcher and Harold Wilson. Right back...