Lunchtime Briefing: the 10 key stories of the day
The Guardian September 24, 2013
Kenyan security forces patrol outside the Westgate mall. Photograph: Reuters
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Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami, a reformist, says President Hassan's visit provides unique chance for west and Iran to engage
Whistleblower Edward Snowden's revelations lead to petition signed by free speech groups and high-profile writers
The MEP for Yorkshire and Humberside, stripped of the party whip on Friday, intends to sit as an independent
Officer 'threatened to pass protester data to farmers' while civil rights lawyers call tactic 'highly questionable'
In a BBC interview, the rapper claims that racism has thwarted his attempts to be taken seriously in the fashion industry and beyond
The German chancellor's hat-trick puts her at the helm in Europe - and that's good news for David Cameron, writes Martin Kettle
Steve McClaren likely to be high on shortlist of potential managers after Paolo Di Canio's exit on Sunday
10. Image of the day
Damian McBride's publisher Iain Dale wrestles with anti-nuclear protester