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Brazil: four women killed every day in 2019, human rights body says

Brazil: four women killed every day in 2019, human rights body says

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights called on country to implement strategies to prevent and prosecute femicidesFour women have been killed every day so far this year in Brazil, a rate the
Emmanuel Macron admits failures as he battles gilets jaunes

Emmanuel Macron admits failures as he battles gilets jaunes

France has seen ‘breakdown in equality’, says president during national debate tour The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has conceded there has been a “clear breakdown in equality” in high-rise
Q&A: crossbench MPs stand firm on refugee transfer bill

Q&A: crossbench MPs stand firm on refugee transfer bill

Kerryn Phelps says Cathy McGowan given no indication she has withdrawn support for bill that gives doctors more powerThe independent MP Kerryn Phelps says her crossbench colleague Cathy McGowan has
The El Chapo trial's most shocking and bizarre moments

The El Chapo trial's most shocking and bizarre moments

As the jury begins deliberations, we recap three months of amazing stories and allegationsUntil his trial began, much of the public perception of accused Mexican drug lord El Chapo, real name Joaquín
Toronto serial killer staged photographs with victims, court hears

Toronto serial killer staged photographs with victims, court hears

Bruce McArthur stalked, sexually assaulted and killed men he met in the gay village district, court heard at sentencing hearing Harrowing details emerged on the first day of a sentencing hearing for
Libby Squire's family plead for contact as search continues

Libby Squire's family plead for contact as search continues

Parents of missing student ask for information about ‘our kind, thoughtful, beautiful girl’The family of missing Hull student, Libby Squire, have pleaded with the 21-year-old to get in touch as the
Barclays bosses pressured by Qatar to mask Gulf state PM’s holding, court told

Barclays bosses pressured by Qatar to mask Gulf state PM’s holding, court told

Prosecutors for Serious Fraud Office present internal emails and phone calls to juryBarclays bosses were put under pressure by Qatari officials to mask the Gulf state prime minister’s holding in the
Mauni Amavasya at the Kumbh Mela – in pictures

Mauni Amavasya at the Kumbh Mela – in pictures

Monday was Mauni Amavasya, the new moon day and most significant bathing day, particularly if it falls on a Monday. At the Hindu festival pilgrims bathe in the confluence of three sacred rivers to
Forget the Brexit blame game for now, and fight back | Letters

Forget the Brexit blame game for now, and fight back | Letters

Guardian readers’ views on how to avoid Brexit catastrophe – because it’s not over yetTwo articles on the same day – one by Jonathan Freedland, one by Ian Jack – provide usefully related perspectives.
Jeremy Hardy, the honorary Jew who held out an olive branch | Letters

Jeremy Hardy, the honorary Jew who held out an olive branch | Letters

Hardy was a goy who pitched ‘insider’ jokes perfectly, says Naomi Wayne. Philip Clayton wonders why comedians’ deaths seem to touch us more than other famous people, Sarah Cemlyn remembers Hardy as
Sean Rigg death: police lied as part of cover-up, tribunal hears

Sean Rigg death: police lied as part of cover-up, tribunal hears

Five Met officers charged with gross misconduct over death of musician while in custody Police officers involved in the detention of Sean Rigg lied about their actions as part of a cover-up after he
People swept away by mudslide as mountainside collapses in Bolivia – video

People swept away by mudslide as mountainside collapses in Bolivia – video

A mudslide in Bolivia was captured on camera as people attempted to traverse a track on foot in an area of the mountains north-east of Sucre. The disaster came after a third successive day of heavy
California plane crash kills five – video

California plane crash kills five – video

Five people died after a small plane crashed into a house, setting it on fire. A spokesman with the National Transportation Safety Board said the twin-engine Cessna 414A crashed on Sunday shortly
British Library's collection of obscene writing goes online

British Library's collection of obscene writing goes online

‘Private Case’ of sexually explicit books dating back to 1658 ranges from the hijinks of Roger Pheuquewell to pioneering gay porn in the 19th centuryThe sniggeringly pseudonymous Roger Pheuquewell’s
Essential poll: Labor seizes on banking brawl as lead over Coalition narrows

Essential poll: Labor seizes on banking brawl as lead over Coalition narrows

Opposition aims to exploit government discomfort over suggested changes to mortgage broking sector ahead of electionLabor has seized on the Morrison government’s reluctance to create a user-pays
Hakeem al-Araibi case: Bahrain is emboldened to take human rights abuse beyond its borders | Aya Majzoub

Hakeem al-Araibi case: Bahrain is emboldened to take human rights abuse beyond its borders | Aya Majzoub

The kingdom has long gotten away with torturing dissenters because its allies, including Australia, have not used their influence to press for changeWhen the Bahraini government claimed there would be
Cryptocurrency investors locked out of $190m after exchange founder dies

Cryptocurrency investors locked out of $190m after exchange founder dies

QuadrigaCX, Canada’s largest exchange, was unable to access password or recovery key after Gerald Cotten died last DecemberAbout $190m in cryptocurrency has been locked away in a online black hole
Liam Neeson: after a friend was raped, I wanted to kill a black man

Liam Neeson: after a friend was raped, I wanted to kill a black man

Actor speaks in interview of ‘shame’ and ‘horror’ he feels over his actions many years ago In a remarkable new interview, the actor Liam Neeson has claimed that he reacted to the rape of someone to
Brexiter MPs unmoved by EU hint at legal assurance on backstop

Brexiter MPs unmoved by EU hint at legal assurance on backstop

Cross-party group unable to tell EU official that MPs would back deal with added protocol A suggestion by one of the EU’s most powerful officials of possible further legal assurances on the Irish
Gut bacteria may have impact on mental health, study says

Gut bacteria may have impact on mental health, study says

Research opens door to possible treatments for depression based on probiotics Microbes that set up home in the gut may have an impact on mental health, according to a major study into wellbeing and