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Arnold Schwarzenegger undergoes heart surgery

Arnold Schwarzenegger undergoes heart surgery

The former California governor underwent a planned procedure on a pulmonic valve originally replaced in 1997, his spokesman saidArnold Schwarzenegger had heart surgery in Los Angeles on Thursday, his
Jacinda Ardern on Trump, Brexit and how life has changed as PM – video

Jacinda Ardern on Trump, Brexit and how life has changed as PM – video

New Zealand’s prime minister tells the Guardian how her life has changed and her ambition for a can-do country. She says she appreciates still being able to do ‘normal things’ and says her pregnancy
Internal posts show Facebook workers condemning leakers and fearing 'spies'

Internal posts show Facebook workers condemning leakers and fearing 'spies'

After revelation of controversial memo by senior executive, leaked posts show staff decrying disloyalty at companyFacebook employees are calling for a crackdown on suspected leakers and questioning
Scientists solve eggshell mystery of how chicks hatch

Scientists solve eggshell mystery of how chicks hatch

Protein called osteopontin found to nanostructure of shell, making it much easier to break from the insideIt’s been a tough one to crack, but scientists say they have zoomed in, to an unprecedented
Briton missing from alternative community in Brazil found

Briton missing from alternative community in Brazil found

Katharine Brewster, 27, had walked into forest to meditate and disconnect, but got lostA British woman who had been missing from an alternative rural community in the south of Brazil since last
Row erupts between Italy's Parma ham makers and activists over pig welfare

Row erupts between Italy's Parma ham makers and activists over pig welfare

Parma ham industry accuses animal welfare groups of a smear campaign following the release of ‘grim’ images of pigs kept in filthy and barren conditionsImages of pigs in filthy pens and barren
Elon Musk's SpaceX gains formal approval for satellite broadband network

Elon Musk's SpaceX gains formal approval for satellite broadband network

Low-Earth orbiting ‘constellation’ of satellites will provide broadband to hard-to-reach areas in USElon Musk’s SpaceX has been given formal approval by US telecoms regulators to build a global
Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in Gaza protest – video report

Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in Gaza protest – video report

At least seven people have been killed and hundreds wounded by Israeli forces in clashes at the Gaza Strip border. The deaths come at the start of a six-week demonstration demanding the right of
Rosa Parks' house seeks a home after desertion, rescue and a visit to Berlin

Rosa Parks' house seeks a home after desertion, rescue and a visit to Berlin

The house Parks moved into in 1957 was slated for demolition before an artist moved it to Germany, but as an attempt to display it in the US faces a block, a determined group of volunteers aim to
Russia expels more British diplomats over spy poisoning row

Russia expels more British diplomats over spy poisoning row

Moscow orders diplomatic staff to be reduced to same level as Russian missions in BritainRussia has announced a further round of expulsions of British diplomats, escalating the fallout over the
Syrian rebels deny Russian deal to leave eastern Ghouta

Syrian rebels deny Russian deal to leave eastern Ghouta

Insurgents Jaysh-al-Islam, the last to remain in devastated region, vow to resist evacuationThe Syrian rebel group Jaysh al-Islam has denied reaching a deal to evacuate the last town in the besieged
Baobab fruit takes off as a ‘superfood’ with sharp rise in UK sales

Baobab fruit takes off as a ‘superfood’ with sharp rise in UK sales

African fruit’s popularity growing thanks to high content of nutrients and antioxidants In more than 30 African countries, the mighty baobab tree is full of significance and superstition. Parts of
China's Tiangong-1 space station will crash to Earth this weekend

China's Tiangong-1 space station will crash to Earth this weekend

The out-of-control spaceship will re-enter the atmosphere sometime between Saturday night and Sunday evening UK timeIt will all be over in a flash. At some point this weekend, a dazzling fireball will
Russian retaliation part of perilous pas de deux whose end is unclear

Russian retaliation part of perilous pas de deux whose end is unclear

Response to US expulsions may be symmetrical but does not mean Skripal crisis is being containedRussia’s announcement that it will expel 60 US diplomats and close the American consulate in St
Goodbye Hope: Trump says farewell to Hicks with a kiss and a handshake

Goodbye Hope: Trump says farewell to Hicks with a kiss and a handshake

President’s most trusted aide given gracious White House send-off, but exit highlights continued uncertainty in Trump’s inner circleWith a handshake and a presidential kiss on the cheek, Hope Hicks
Cosmopolitan drawn into US culture wars as conservatives urge others to follow Walmart's lead

Cosmopolitan drawn into US culture wars as conservatives urge others to follow Walmart's lead

After Walmart said it would stop selling Cosmo in the checkout aisle, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation is eyeing further victoriesEven in the digital age, choosing a magazine at the
Vatican to hold exorcist training course after 'rise in possessions'

Vatican to hold exorcist training course after 'rise in possessions'

Critics warn exorcism can be a form of spiritual abuse as priests report jump in possession claims‘Like being raped’: three claims of coerced exorcism in the UK The Vatican is to hold a training
Vatican scrambles after pope appears to deny existence of hell

Vatican scrambles after pope appears to deny existence of hell

Repubblica founder Eugenio Scalfari has misrepresented pontiff’s words, says VaticanThe Vatican has scrambled to clarify comments made by Pope Francis to a well-known Italian journalist that appeared
Scrubbed clean: why a certain kind of sex is vanishing from the internet

Scrubbed clean: why a certain kind of sex is vanishing from the internet

A US government effort to fight online sex trafficking has cleansed many sites of personal ads and consensual eroticism, in a shift advocates say amounts to dangerous censorship Craigslist has shut
US defence secretary welcomes 'devil incarnate' John Bolton to Pentagon – video

US defence secretary welcomes 'devil incarnate' John Bolton to Pentagon – video

The US defence secretary, James Mattis, greeted the incoming national security adviser, John Bolton, outside the Pentagon on Thursday. After shaking hands in front of reporters, Mattis said to Bolton: