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The US embassy in Havana, Cuba, where reports of mysterious symptoms emerged in 2016.  Photograph: Meridith Kohut/The New York Times

The CIA has found that most cases of the mysterious ailments known as Havana syndrome are unlikely to have been caused by Russia or another foreign ad(...)

Accused Sex in the City star Chris Noth says ‘the encounters were consensual.’ Photograph:Casey Curry/Invision/AP

The leads of Sex and the City’s recent reboot And Just Like That have responded to sexual assault allegations made by two women against their fellow c(...)

A high court in London allowed the WikiLeaks founder’s extradition to the US on Friday. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images

Julian Assange’s lawyers intend to take his case to the UK’s supreme court, his fiancee has said, after the high court in London allowed the WikiLeaks(...)

The most expensive capital city for renters was Monaco, where the average rent was £2,973 a month, requiring a net monthly salary of £5,236

Dublin is the sixth most expensive capital city in the world for renters, according to new report. The study by UK insurance group CIA Landlord look(...)

US president Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un during a meeting in the Demilitarized Zone in Panmunjom, Korea in June 2019. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

Joe Biden’s lack of ambition in finding a diplomatic breakthrough with North Korea has left some South Koreans missing the flamboyant summitry of Dona(...)

Although Amazon Web Services  is a US company, all the UK security agencies’ data will be held in Britain, according to those with knowledge of the deal

The UK’s three spy agencies have contracted AWS, Amazon’s cloud computing arm, to host classified material in a deal aimed at boosting the use of data(...)

Former US secretary of state Colin Powell. He had undergone treatment for multiple myeloma, which compromised his immune system, a spokeswoman said. Photograph: Tim Sloan/AFP via Getty Images

Colin Powell, the former US secretary of state who played a pivotal role in attempting to justify the 2003 invasion of Iraq, has died from complicatio(...)

Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen: ‘Taiwan hopes for a peaceful, stable, predictable and mutually beneficial co-existence with its neighbours.’ Photograph: Wang Yu Ching/Taiwan presidential office/EPA

The US has been secretly maintaining a small contingent of military trainers in Taiwan for at least a year, according to a new report, the latest sign(...)

Peru’s president Pedro Castillo  congratulating newly sworn-in prime minister  Mirtha Vásquez  in Lima on Wednesday. Photograph: Peru presidency/AFP via Getty Images

Peru’s leftwing president Pedro Castillo has announced a significant cabinet reshuffle, ousting his divisive prime minister Guido Bellido and distanci(...)

The ACLU has warned that the net effect of the change of direction by Karim Khan, above, would be to ‘indefinitely delay a measure of justice for victims of US torture programmes‘. Photograph:  Mahmoud Hjaj/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

It’s not how the International Criminal Court will have wanted to end its first 100 days with a high-profile new prosecutor: fighting a fire brigade a(...)

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