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Poor bear brunt of Beijing coal cleanup with no heating at -6C

Poor bear brunt of Beijing coal cleanup with no heating at -6C

Switch from coal to gas has left residents of towns around Beijing without heating after gas supply falters, reports Climate Home NewsWhile middle class Beijingers breathe the cleanest air in recent
Abandoned son of police spy sues Met for compensation

Abandoned son of police spy sues Met for compensation

Complainant alleges he has suffered psychiatric damage after discovering at age 26 that his father was an undercover officerA man whose father abandoned him as a child while working as an undercover
Donald Trump says he feels 'very badly' for Michael Flynn – video

Donald Trump says he feels 'very badly' for Michael Flynn – video

The US president addresses the media about his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who last week pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Trump had already fired Flynn for lying to the
Panorama’s Syria allegations show the UK’s aid needs greater transparency | Kate Osamor

Panorama’s Syria allegations show the UK’s aid needs greater transparency | Kate Osamor

The BBC is claiming that funds intended to alleviate poverty have been directed to an extremist group. If true, the British public need to know how this happened • Kate Osamor is the shadow secretary
Panda cub growls and jumps at France’s first lady, Brigitte Macron – video

Panda cub growls and jumps at France’s first lady, Brigitte Macron – video

France's first baby panda has been named Yuan Meng ('accomplishment of a dream') at a ceremony attended by Chinese dignitaries and the French first lady, Brigitte Macron. The ceremony at Beauval zoo,
How to eat like a world leader: from Trump’s Big Macs to Thatcher’s Bovril toast

How to eat like a world leader: from Trump’s Big Macs to Thatcher’s Bovril toast

The US president is apparently partial to McDonald’s, KFC, pizza and Diet Coke – but he’s not the first world leader with very particular dietary requirementsIt may come as little surprise to learn
Émile Zola, the photographer: personal collection goes under the hammer

Émile Zola, the photographer: personal collection goes under the hammer

Thousands of photographs and equipment belonging to writer’s grandson expected to fetch up to £53,000 at auctionÉmile Zola is best known as the 19th century French author of celebrated works including
Yemen Houthi rebels kill former president Ali Abdullah Saleh

Yemen Houthi rebels kill former president Ali Abdullah Saleh

Iran-backed militia says it killed Saleh, who sought peace with Saudi Arabia, as he fled the Yemeni capital, Sana’aYemen’s civil war has taken a dramatic turn after Iranian-backed Houthi rebels killed
Bollywood star Shashi Kapoor dies at 79

Bollywood star Shashi Kapoor dies at 79

A scion of the Kapoor film-making dynasty, the celebrated actor appeared in a string of Indian features and Merchant Ivory films Veteran Indian film industry stalwart Shashi Kapoor has died at the age
MEPs say UK has conceded on Ireland border in Brexit talks

MEPs say UK has conceded on Ireland border in Brexit talks

Draft agreement seen by MEPs said to commit to ‘continued regulatory alignment’ between Northern Ireland and the Republic after BrexitThe British government appears to have bowed to the Republic of
Baby boy found to be alive after Delhi hospital declared him dead

Baby boy found to be alive after Delhi hospital declared him dead

Two doctors have been sacked after parents of premature baby pronounced dead find him wriggling in body bagPolice in Delhi have launched an investigation after a baby that had been pronounced dead by
Police seek London youths who forced teenager to apologise for being gay

Police seek London youths who forced teenager to apologise for being gay

Officers trying to trace two youths who verbally abused and physically attacked victim on Jubilee Line tube in east LondonPolice are trying to track down two youths after a teenager was attacked on a
Britain First supporter drove van at curry house owner, court hears

Britain First supporter drove van at curry house owner, court hears

Marek Zakrocki gave Nazi salute and shouted ‘white power’ before attack outside Harrow restaurant, Old Bailey hearsA Britain First supporter gave a Nazi salute and shouted “white power” before driving
'We need Roy Moore': Trump backs accused child molester for Senate

'We need Roy Moore': Trump backs accused child molester for Senate

Early-morning tweet offers full endorsement: ‘We need his vote’Alabama candidate lost backing from many over sexual allegationsDonald Trump on Monday threw his full support behind embattled Republican
Cats on show and Melbourne protesters: Monday's top photos

Cats on show and Melbourne protesters: Monday's top photos

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world Continue reading...
How American women's growing power finally turned #metoo into a cultural moment

How American women's growing power finally turned #metoo into a cultural moment

Women are speaking about sexual assault in unparalleled numbers, and while anger at men’s behavior has erupted before, this may be the dawn of a new eraThe Harvey Weinstein scandal has prompted a
The US is exporting obesity – and Trump is making the problem worse | Kenneth Rogoff

The US is exporting obesity – and Trump is making the problem worse | Kenneth Rogoff

Pushing processed foods and sedentary lifestyles on the world is jeopardising global health gainsAs Donald Trump’s administration throws sharp elbows in trade negotiations and systematically rescinds
Catalan's deposed vice-president to contest election from prison

Catalan's deposed vice-president to contest election from prison

Oriol Junqueras is denied bail, as is former minister Joaquim Forn, but Spanish court frees six former Catalan cabinet membersThe deposed Catalan vice-president, Oriol Junqueras, looks poised to
Ten arrested over murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

Ten arrested over murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

Malta’s PM, Joseph Muscat, offers ‘personal commitment’ that those responsible for the killing will be foundPolice in Malta have arrested 10 suspects over the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the
Irish PM says he is 'disappointed' UK backed off a deal it had approved - as it happened

Irish PM says he is 'disappointed' UK backed off a deal it had approved - as it happened

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker intended to conclude phase one of the Brexit talks and MPs debating the EU