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'More pigs will be revealed': Asia Argento on life after accusing Weinstein of rape

'More pigs will be revealed': Asia Argento on life after accusing Weinstein of rape

Italian actor welcomes the sexual misconduct exposés since, but laments the slow awakening in her countryIt has been six weeks since Asia Argento helped set off an avalanche that knocked down the most
Labour's Rebecca Long-Bailey says budget must 'level up' spending in north

Labour's Rebecca Long-Bailey says budget must 'level up' spending in north

Shadow business secretary urges Philip Hammond to raise investment per head in northern England to match London and the south-eastRebecca Long-Bailey, Labour’s shadow business secretary, has urged the
Bill Clinton's past re-examined in light of Weinstein and Trump – but is it a distraction

Bill Clinton's past re-examined in light of Weinstein and Trump – but is it a distraction

The swirl of sexual misconduct allegations has prompted fresh scrutiny of Clinton’s behaviour – some argue this is long overdue while others question what revisiting the past is meant to achieveBill
Chaos in Zimbabwe after Mugabe fails to announce expected resignation

Chaos in Zimbabwe after Mugabe fails to announce expected resignation

President Robert Mugabe given midday deadline on Monday to resign after delivering a rambling address on live television that offered no concessions Zimbabwe’s ongoing crisis descended into outright
Outrage as anti-immigration politician bids for Nobel peace committee seat

Outrage as anti-immigration politician bids for Nobel peace committee seat

Norway’s Progress party demands place on panel for former leader who has attacked Muslims and gay peopleA populist anti-immigration politician could be elected to the Norwegian Nobel committee this
Gaia Pope had no injuries that suggest murder, police say

Gaia Pope had no injuries that suggest murder, police say

Detectives say 19-year-old’s death is being treated as unexplained after postmortemThe teenager Gaia Pope, whose body was found 11 days after she went missing from a seaside town, had not suffered any
Budget 2017: UK to launch self-driving cars on British roads by 2021

Budget 2017: UK to launch self-driving cars on British roads by 2021

Embattled chancellor will sweep away regulation to allow testing of cars and put up £1bn for techDriverless cars will be on Britain’s roads by 2021 as a result of sweeping regulatory reforms that will
Americans aged 18-34 most likely to oppose assault weapons ban, poll finds

Americans aged 18-34 most likely to oppose assault weapons ban, poll finds

Poll finds attitude to ban on military-style weapons has striking age divideExperts say finding could be driven by video games such as Call of DutyResistance to a ban on military-style assault weapons
UN concerned by controversial US plan to revive Afghan militias

UN concerned by controversial US plan to revive Afghan militias

Afghan strongmen have already begun vying for influence over militia program that diplomats fear will undermine Afghan government and lead to abuseAs the Afghan government struggles to stem the
How we men can – and must – help bring down sexual predators

How we men can – and must – help bring down sexual predators

As allegations continue to surface against powerful men, it’s time for us ‘bystander bros’ to challenge the bullies, writes Robert LipsyteThis piece was first first published by Tom Dispatch Almost
Emma Dent Coad, Labour MP for Kensington: ‘The sadness doesn’t stop…’

Emma Dent Coad, Labour MP for Kensington: ‘The sadness doesn’t stop…’

She won by just 20 votes in June’s general election. Four days later, Grenfell Tower went up in flames, and she’s been fighting for the victims ever sinceFor four days in June this year Emma Dent Coad
'Love won': vandalised George Michael mural in Sydney gets a makeover

'Love won': vandalised George Michael mural in Sydney gets a makeover

Man charged with defacing artwork in Erskineville as community rallies to add its own positive messages A mural depicting the late singer George Michael as a saint has been defaced in Sydney by a man
Rat soup, anyone? Mexican politician bids to restore delicacy to the menu

Rat soup, anyone? Mexican politician bids to restore delicacy to the menu

Guadalupe Flores, of the Zacatecas state legislature, wants to ‘demystify the consumption of field rats’ by encouraging people to eat caldo de rataAs policy platforms go, it is unlikely to become
Naked attraction: art and tragic tales in Modigliani’s Paris

Naked attraction: art and tragic tales in Modigliani’s Paris

As Tate Modern prepares a new exhibition of his work, including 12 of his famous nudes, Louise Roddon explores the artist’s haunts in Montmartre and Montparnasse Poor Amedeo Modigliani, what a tough
Disruption games: why are libertarians lining up with autocrats to undermine democracy?

Disruption games: why are libertarians lining up with autocrats to undermine democracy?

In the era of digital politics, an odd alliance has sprung up: anti-state campaigners and Moscow-backed nationalists are combining to disrupt liberal institutionsAt a time when strange alliances are
'It was simpler at sea': Sailors rescued in Pacific grapple with skepticism at home

'It was simpler at sea': Sailors rescued in Pacific grapple with skepticism at home

Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava say they miss life in their sailboat as they face doubts from sailing experts over their stories of giant storms and shark attacksThree weeks after being plucked from
'My eyes are burning': Delhi holds half marathon despite pollution warning

'My eyes are burning': Delhi holds half marathon despite pollution warning

Around 35,000 brave runners registered for the race after more than a week of hazardous pollution levels Tens of thousands of runners Sunday choked through smog for the Delhi half marathon, ignoring
Kristina Keneally says Bennelong by​election a referendum on Turnbull government

Kristina Keneally says Bennelong by​election a referendum on Turnbull government

Appearing with Bill Shorten at campaign launch, Labor’s candidate says ‘eyes of Australia are on Bennelong’Kristina Keneally, the Labor candidate for the Sydney seat of Bennelong, has declared the

Argentinian navy prepares underwater search for missing submarine - video

The Argentinian navy is preparing to launch an underwater search for a submarine that went missing off the coast of Argentina on Wednesday. The submarine had a crew of 44 on board when it disappeared.
US warship damaged off Japan during joint navy drills aimed at North Korea

US warship damaged off Japan during joint navy drills aimed at North Korea

The USS Benfold was participating in a scheduled towing exercise when the latest in a spate of incidents involving US navy vessels took placeAn American warship has been damaged after a tug boat