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‘For us, the land is sacred’: on the road with the defenders of the world’s forests

‘For us, the land is sacred’: on the road with the defenders of the world’s forests

A busload of indigenous leaders have been crossing Europe to highlight their cause before the start of UN climate talks in BonnOf the many thousands of participants at the Bonn climate conference
Lebanon's PM quits over Iran tensions and concern for his safety

Lebanon's PM quits over Iran tensions and concern for his safety

Saad Hariri quits in speech televised from Saudi Arabia, citing Iranian influence in region and saying he fears assassinationSaad Hariri has unexpectedly resigned as Lebanon’s prime minister, citing
'A good column is sometimes like an antenna​e​ that has just picked up the background noise'

'A good column is sometimes like an antenna​e​ that has just picked up the background noise'

Columnist Suzanne Moore considers the art of opinion writing in an occasional series in which Guardian journalists discuss their work and its impactWhen did it become clear you were a columnist? I had
News workers unionized. Days later, they were jobless. Was it payback?

News workers unionized. Days later, they were jobless. Was it payback?

Joe Ricketts, the billionaire owner who last week shuttered news sites DNAinfo and Gothamist, says his decision was purely economic. The union disagrees. A billionaire’s decision last week to shutter
Harman dismisses Tory MP's claim of sexual harassment 'witch hunt'

Harman dismisses Tory MP's claim of sexual harassment 'witch hunt'

Senior Labour MP says revelations are long overdue and not out of proportion, as claimed by men such as Roger Gale Labour’s Harriet Harman has criticised a Conservative MP’s claims that the
Ratio of indigenous children in Canada welfare system is 'humanitarian crisis'

Ratio of indigenous children in Canada welfare system is 'humanitarian crisis'

Minister Jane Philpott says disproportionate number of Aboriginal children taken from families echoes horrors of residential school system that affected 150,000The disproportionate number of
Seven-year-old girl unlikely to survive murder attempt, court told

Seven-year-old girl unlikely to survive murder attempt, court told

Robert Peters, 55, enters no plea as victim remains in life-threatening condition in London hospital after Wimbledon attack A seven-year-old girl is not expected to survive after being attacked by a
Sayfullo Saipov had 90 Isis videos on his phone. Has the fight against online extremism failed?

Sayfullo Saipov had 90 Isis videos on his phone. Has the fight against online extremism failed?

The Islamic State’s last stronghold on the ground may have fallen, but the New York truck attack shows its success at building a digital caliphate The huge cache of Isis propaganda videos found on the
US special forces 'fought Niger ambush alone after local troops fled'

US special forces 'fought Niger ambush alone after local troops fled'

Serving and retired officers say soldiers also tried to convince French jets to engage in incident in which four Green Berets diedThe US special forces detachment ambushed in the Niger last month
The 20 photographs of the week

The 20 photographs of the week

Banksy in Bethlehem, the aftermath of the Catalan referendum, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and the fight against Islamic State – the week’s biggest news stories captured by the world’s best
The Greek island camp where only the sick or pregnant can leave

The Greek island camp where only the sick or pregnant can leave

Thousands of refugees are living in squalid conditions on Samos, and a diagnosis of illness could be a ticket to getting outEida was two months pregnant when she suffered a miscarriage.A month later,
'We met on OkCupid and live in a tent': homeless couples tell their love stories

'We met on OkCupid and live in a tent': homeless couples tell their love stories

Four couples living in homeless camps in Seattle and Portland talk about the challenges and rewards of being in a relationship with no permanent homeSign up to our monthly Outside in America
Families of child sexual abuse victims threaten action against UK government

Families of child sexual abuse victims threaten action against UK government

Families of children attacked or harassed by other pupils are dismayed by lengthy delays in issuing guidelines to schoolsLawyers acting for families whose children have been victims of rape, sexual
‘A lad in a frock’: the gay teen who inspired a West End show

‘A lad in a frock’: the gay teen who inspired a West End show

Jamie Campbell came out at 14, wore a dress to his school dance and dreamed of being a drag star. Throught it all, he was supported by his mother. Now, their lives are the subject of a musicalJamie
Beware: this Russian cyber warfare threatens every democracy | Natalie Nougayrède

Beware: this Russian cyber warfare threatens every democracy | Natalie Nougayrède

Kremlin-inspired interference is about much more than skewed elections. It’s the world of mind control imagined by George OrwellAnyone in Europe and Britain worried about the state of US democracy
Is New York's preternatural calm a sign of resilience or is terror the new normal?

Is New York's preternatural calm a sign of resilience or is terror the new normal?

The bike path along the Hudson river is as busy as ever with little beyond a small memorial to indicate it was site of the city’s deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11You just wouldn’t know. On an
20 Dems for 2020: who might the Democrats field next time around?

20 Dems for 2020: who might the Democrats field next time around?

As Trump celebrates his first anniversary and Democratic thoughts turn to the next election, we run down the contenders, from big names to dark horsesDemocrats had thought they would be celebrating
ICC's investigation of Libya war crimes in dock even before male rape cases

ICC's investigation of Libya war crimes in dock even before male rape cases

Capacity and authority of court as well as evidence already under scrutiny with not one Libyan brought to The Hague for trialThe international criminal court has struggled to ensure its writ runs in
Crisis over Catalonia – an explainer

Crisis over Catalonia – an explainer

Madrid’s hardball continues with European arrest warrant issued for deposed Catalan president after independence pushOn Monday, Spain’s attorney general announced that he had asked the national court
Tracking Trump: a storm for Manafort, and a volley of post-attack tweets

Tracking Trump: a storm for Manafort, and a volley of post-attack tweets

Trump’s ex-campaign chair appeared in court charged with money laundering, while after eight people died in New York, Trump was quick to speak out Each week Trump seems to make more news than most