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The Guardian view on Zimbabwe: the Crocodile bites Mugabe | Editorial

The Guardian view on Zimbabwe: the Crocodile bites Mugabe | Editorial

Robert Mugabe vowed to stay in power until he was 100. But his decision to favour his unpopular wife Grace and sack his vice-president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, known as ‘the Crocodile’, sparked
The Guardian view on ‘the mutineers’: protecting parliament | Editorial

The Guardian view on ‘the mutineers’: protecting parliament | Editorial

They are presented as a threat to democracy. But all MPs who challenge the government play a part in strengthening itThe “mutineers”, the 15 Conservative MPs pictured on the front of Wednesday’s Daily
Australians voted in massive numbers for marriage equality and a fair go

Australians voted in massive numbers for marriage equality and a fair go

All age and gender groups voted in large numbers, with every state voting yes and a wide variety of electorates reporting a yes majority There can be no doubt about the outcome of the long-running
Ohio execution called off after officials fail to find a vein for lethal injection

Ohio execution called off after officials fail to find a vein for lethal injection

Alva Campbell, 69, suffers from multiple health problems‘This is a day I’ll never forget,’ says condemned manOhio called off the execution of a condemned killer with multiple health problems on
Retired people look after refugees in the UK too | Letters

Retired people look after refugees in the UK too | Letters

Refugees At Home hosts 150 refugees and asylum seekers every night in people’s spare rooms across the UKYour article concerning studies of retired people hosting refugees in Germany (‘I miss my
Hillwalkers fall foul of Twitter crackdown | Brief letters

Hillwalkers fall foul of Twitter crackdown | Brief letters

Twitter and Russia | Men of letters | Swaths blasted | Evolving words | Robert Mugabe backwardsTwitter ruthlessly rooted out the duplicate accounts of a friend who was using one for himself and one
Seoul warns Trump: US must not strike North Korea without our consent

Seoul warns Trump: US must not strike North Korea without our consent

Ruling party chair Choo Mi-ae says allies ‘must seek peaceful resolution’Seoul backs policy of maximum pressure on Pyongyang through sanctionsDonald Trump should “under no circumstances” take military
Rare genetic mutation found in Amish community could combat ageing

Rare genetic mutation found in Amish community could combat ageing

Discovery of mutation which appears to protect against biological ageing raises hopes for new treatments to prevent age-related disorders The discovery of a rare genetic mutation that prolongs human
Fire sweeps through tower block near Belfast

Fire sweeps through tower block near Belfast

Coolmoyne House in Dunmurry evacuated and one man taken to hospital as residents claim alarm failed to go offResidents of a block of flats on the western outskirts of Belfast have been evacuated from
Russian troll factories: researchers damn Twitter's refusal to share data

Russian troll factories: researchers damn Twitter's refusal to share data

Estimated number of Russian state-sponsored accounts on Twitter and Facebook vary wildly between 50 and 150,000 It is impossible to accurately estimate the number of Russian state-sponsored accounts
Fox News anchor debunks 'Clinton uranium scandal' – and sparks viewer fury

Fox News anchor debunks 'Clinton uranium scandal' – and sparks viewer fury

Shepard Smith said Donald Trump’s accusations that Hillary Clinton secured a deal involving uranium mining, Russia and her foundation were ‘inaccurate’Fox News anchor Shepard Smith on Tuesday evening
Archaeologist uncovers rich history at Bradford's lost football ground

Archaeologist uncovers rich history at Bradford's lost football ground

Forgotten home of Bradford Park Avenue, abandoned when club folded in 1974, hailed as ‘Angkor Wat of football’In his 40-year career as an archaeologist, Jason Wood has travelled the world, searching
Boys and their toys: Trump and Kim finally find a shared interest – big trucks!

Boys and their toys: Trump and Kim finally find a shared interest – big trucks!

The pair have been exchanging insults for months – but new photos reveal Kim and Trump have some common ground. Use the slider to see their love of big rigsAfter a year of trading insults with Kim
Morgues shut doors as ultra-violent Mexican state is overwhelmed by bodies

Morgues shut doors as ultra-violent Mexican state is overwhelmed by bodies

Stench of decomposing corpses leads workers to shut down mortuaries in Guerrero where violence has also emptied villages and forced buses off the roadViolence in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero
Britain's housing crisis and the Brexit bill – Politics Weekly podcast

Britain's housing crisis and the Brexit bill – Politics Weekly podcast

Anushka Asthana is joined by Nick Boles MP, Dawn Foster and Ian Mulheirn to discuss the UK’s housing crisis and the return to the Commons of the EU withdrawal bill. Plus Labour MP Tulip Siddiq on her
The Rev David Haggan obituary

The Rev David Haggan obituary

My father-in-law, David Haggan, who has died aged 91, was born into a modest Belfast background but liked to say that he had a privileged childhood.Growing up with two brothers and two sisters in
After Mugabe’s detention, we’re hoping Zimbabwe’s democracy has been saved | Reason Wafawarova

After Mugabe’s detention, we’re hoping Zimbabwe’s democracy has been saved | Reason Wafawarova

The army needs to persuade the world that its intervention was not a coup but aimed at halting Zanu-PF’s ruinous infighting and Grace Mugabe’s riseThe situation in Zimbabwe, where President Robert
Climate change will determine humanity's destiny, says Angela Merkel

Climate change will determine humanity's destiny, says Angela Merkel

German chancellor, UN secretary general, Emmanuel Macron and others urge world’s leaders to succeed in their negotiations in Bonn“Climate change is an issue determining our destiny as mankind – it
ECB criticises banks' relocation plans after Brexit

ECB criticises banks' relocation plans after Brexit

Central bank warns against setting up ‘empty shell’ operations in euro area without adequate staff The European Central Bank has warned banks that some of their Brexit plans are inadequate as they
Deadly flash floods cause 'biblical damage' in Athens

Deadly flash floods cause 'biblical damage' in Athens

Roads are turned into torrents of mud and debris, homes and businesses are deluged and bad weather is forecast to continueFlash floods on the outskirts of Athens have killed at least 15 people,