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'Sicker than healthy': Pope blasts Latin America's corrupt politics

'Sicker than healthy': Pope blasts Latin America's corrupt politics

Pope Francis tells congregants in Peru they are ‘done for’ if they allow themselves to be led by the corruptPope Francis has taken a tough stand against political corruption before wrapping up his
UK flood warnings issued as cold snap ends with heavy rain

UK flood warnings issued as cold snap ends with heavy rain

Homes evacuated and rail services disrupted after snow gives way to warmer weather Flood warnings have been issued and treacherous conditions forecast across the UK as the recent cold snap gives way
Inequality gap widens as 42 people hold same wealth as 3.7bn poorest

Inequality gap widens as 42 people hold same wealth as 3.7bn poorest

Oxfam calls for action on gap as wealthiest people gather at World Economic Forum in DavosThe development charity Oxfam has called for action to tackle the growing gap between rich and poor as it
Richmond train crash: passengers injured at Sydney station

Richmond train crash: passengers injured at Sydney station

Sixteen people were injured in the accident, some suffering broken bones, when a train hit the buffers at the station in the north-west of the citySixteen people have been taken to hospital after a
Met officer faces no charges over death of Rashan Charles

Met officer faces no charges over death of Rashan Charles

Crown Prosecution Service confirms it will not be taking further action A police officer will not face charges over the death of Rashan Charles, a young black man who died after a police pursuit in
Milford Track: 'World's finest walk' in danger of becoming just another bucket list tick

Milford Track: 'World's finest walk' in danger of becoming just another bucket list tick

Epic trail in the wild south was once a path to inner peace but popularity has trampled its tranquillity Dawn is hours away on a cool Fiordland night but the packed bunk rooms of Clinton Hut are
British billionaire eyes electric car plan for former Holden factory

British billionaire eyes electric car plan for former Holden factory

Sanjeev Gupta is reported to have approached General Motors to buy assets from South Australia’s closed Elizabeth factoryFresh from rescuing the Whyalla steelworks from receivership, Britain’s “man of
Seven UK police forces report zero charges under anti-slavery law

Seven UK police forces report zero charges under anti-slavery law

Experts concerned that despite rising number of reports under Modern Slavery Act 2015 few cases lead to chargesAt least seven police forces in England have not charged a single person under modern
Morning mail: at least 18 dead in attack on Kabul hotel

Morning mail: at least 18 dead in attack on Kabul hotel

Monday: Afghan president orders investigation into attack on hotel frequented by foreigners. Plus: university vice-chancellors’ pay deals under scrutinyGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing
Drug violence blamed for Mexico's record 29,168 murders in 2017

Drug violence blamed for Mexico's record 29,168 murders in 2017

Homicide rate surpasses that from peak year of country’s drug war in 2011, official figures showMexico recorded more than 29,000 murders in 2017, the highest annual tally in decades, government
Arab-Israeli politicians to boycott Mike Pence's speech to Knesset

Arab-Israeli politicians to boycott Mike Pence's speech to Knesset

Plan to snub US vice-president in protest against Trump endorsing Jerusalem as Israel’s capitalThe US vice-president, Mike Pence, is to address Israeli politicians on Monday with a speech that an
Sarah Ferguson claims £45m in damages from Murdoch’s News Group

Sarah Ferguson claims £45m in damages from Murdoch’s News Group

Duchess of York reportedly blames Mazher Mahmood sting for loss of business opportunities Sarah Ferguson has reportedly demanded about £45m from Rupert Murdoch, claiming the now defunct News of the
The Guardian view on sporting diplomacy: scoring not shooting | Editorial

The Guardian view on sporting diplomacy: scoring not shooting | Editorial

The joint North-South Korean ice hockey team planned for next month’s Winter Olympics is a small win, whatever their fortunes on the rinkWill a flag and half a dozen ice hockey sticks solve the
Child sex abuse inquiry to query whether Gove asked about investigation

Child sex abuse inquiry to query whether Gove asked about investigation

Environment secretary’s alleged interest in inquiry into priest suspected of abuse surfaced last month The child sex abuse inquiry is to write to Michael Gove to ask whether he attempted to find out
Ethics in a hyper-materialist age | Letters

Ethics in a hyper-materialist age | Letters

Readers respond to the Guardian’s call for a caring capitalismWhen I started as an inner-city priest in Elephant and Castle in 1973, belief in social justice abounded, together with hope and
UN is dealing with sexual harassment | Editorial

UN is dealing with sexual harassment | Editorial

‘Our policy is zero-tolerance,’ writes the organisation’s under-secretary-general for management, Jan Beagle. Plus Mark Lewinski on grievance systems in schoolsYour report on sexual harassment at the
Tonga's shirtless Rio 2016 flag-bearer qualifies for Winter Olympics

Tonga's shirtless Rio 2016 flag-bearer qualifies for Winter Olympics

Pita Taufatofua qualifies for cross-country skiing at PyeongchangAthlete gained fame after opening ceremony at Rio 2016Pita Taufatofua, the bare-chested and oiled Tongan taekwondo athlete who carried
It’s convenient to say Aboriginal people support Australia Day. But it’s not true | Jack Latimore

It’s convenient to say Aboriginal people support Australia Day. But it’s not true | Jack Latimore

26 January is steeped in the blood of violent dispossession and enduring trauma. Those who say Aboriginal people support it are deceiving youOpponents to Australia Day are invariably criticised in two

Rally against sexual harassment held in London – video

Crowds gathered in central London on Sunday to protest against sexual harassment and support the Time’s Up movement that was launched in the US. Helen Pankhurst, a women’s rights activist and the
Fans pay tribute to Dolores O’Riordan in Limerick

Fans pay tribute to Dolores O’Riordan in Limerick

Thousands gather at St Joseph’s Church to pay their respects to Irish pop star and Cranberries lead singerThousands have gathered in Limerick to remember the life of the Cranberries frontwoman Dolores