Nothing was found on your request

The Guardian: World News: news on page 154

Zuckerberg says Facebook is pivoting to privacy after year of controversies

Zuckerberg says Facebook is pivoting to privacy after year of controversies

The Facebook CEO says integrating messaging apps will help protect users’ privacy, but experts disagreeFor 15 years, Facebook has pushed, prodded, cajoled, lured and tricked billions of people into
Abortion back on agenda in NSW as decriminalisation push gathers pace

Abortion back on agenda in NSW as decriminalisation push gathers pace

Labor, Greens and key independent signal they will pursue changes to Crimes ActAbortion decriminalisation is likely to be back on the agenda in the next New South Wales parliament, with Labor, the
Taylor Swift vows to be politically active and speak out against 'disgusting rhetoric'

Taylor Swift vows to be politically active and speak out against 'disgusting rhetoric'

Pop singer writes in magazine essay: ‘I’m going to do more to help. We have a big race coming up next year’Taylor Swift has vowed to become more active in politics ahead of the 2020 US presidential
Senator Martha McSally says she was raped while serving in air force

Senator Martha McSally says she was raped while serving in air force

Arizona Republican, the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat, spoke about her experience during a Senate hearing WednesdaySenator Martha McSally, the first female fighter pilot to fly in
A hidden scandal: America's school students exposed to water tainted by toxic lead

A hidden scandal: America's school students exposed to water tainted by toxic lead

Elevated levels of lead have been found in schools across the US, alarming experts who say it is particularly harmful to children Continue reading...
The ultimate lovely legs competition: the world's nine most beautiful spiders

The ultimate lovely legs competition: the world's nine most beautiful spiders

This burrow-dwelling, blue-legged tarantula is turning heads – and there are plenty of other charismatic eight-legged friends out thereIn case you missed the news in the latest journal of the British
Morning mail: Glencore's secret campaign, LNP energy rebels, Bolsonaro porn tweet

Morning mail: Glencore's secret campaign, LNP energy rebels, Bolsonaro porn tweet

Thursday: mining giant bankrolled a pro-coal offensive. Plus: Queensland’s pernicious sex work lawsGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Thursday 7
Revealed: Glencore bankrolled covert campaign to prop up coal

Revealed: Glencore bankrolled covert campaign to prop up coal

The mining company engaged Sir Lynton Crosby’s firm to push anti-renewables message and counter anti-coal activists The multinational mining giant Glencore spent millions bankrolling a secret,
Glasgow package believed linked to London letter bombs

Glasgow package believed linked to London letter bombs

Police say device sent to university linked to three sent to London transport hubsOfficers investigating a suspicious package sent to the University of Glasgow on Wednesday believe it is linked to the
The Guardian view on Sudan’s protests: demanding and deserving better | Editorial

The Guardian view on Sudan’s protests: demanding and deserving better | Editorial

Months of protests have demonstrated the scale and scope of anger with Omar al-Bashir’s regime. But the risks are growingMany of the Sudanese protesters demanding an end to Omar al-Bashir’s regime
Increase in migrant detentions at US border reveals Trump's policy failure

Increase in migrant detentions at US border reveals Trump's policy failure

Experts say officials have failed to acknowledge violence and instability in Central America and say system of ‘metering’ is not workingA staggering increase in the number of families apprehended at
Mario Batali gives up his restaurants a year after sexual assault allegations

Mario Batali gives up his restaurants a year after sexual assault allegations

Partnership between Batali and the Bastianich family was formally dissolved a year after he was accused of sexual misconductCelebrity chef Mario Batali has given up his stake in his restaurants more
Republicans seem to mock gun violence victims by wearing pearls as they testify

Republicans seem to mock gun violence victims by wearing pearls as they testify

Advocates said message male lawmakers conveyed at bill hearing was clear: opponents of gun violence were ‘clutching their pearls’A group of male Republican lawmakers in New Hampshire have come under
Isis follower jailed for terror plot to drive van into London shoppers

Isis follower jailed for terror plot to drive van into London shoppers

Former Royal Mail worker Lewis Ludlow jailed for planning ‘spectacular’ attackA man has been jailed for at least 15 years for a terrorist plot to drive a van into shoppers outside a Disney store on
Venezuela: US journalist reportedly arrested in early-morning raid

Venezuela: US journalist reportedly arrested in early-morning raid

Freelancer Cody Weddle out of contact since 8am, reports sayUnivision anchor Jorge Ramos and crew detained last weekAuthorities in Venezuela have reportedly arrested a US freelance journalist after an
£33m Eurotunnel payout not recoverable, government confirms

£33m Eurotunnel payout not recoverable, government confirms

Details of out-of-court settlement reveals three £11m payments due whatever Brexit outcomeThe government has revealed details of its £33m payout to Eurotunnel, confirming it will hand over three
'It's like a big dark cloud has lifted': the town dragged into reconciliation – photo essay

'It's like a big dark cloud has lifted': the town dragged into reconciliation – photo essay

It took 169 years for a South Australian massacre to be acknowledged but a memorial has at last eased some of the pain for the Wirangu people • A massacre map of the frontier wars –
Home Office to amend registration rules for vulnerable EU citizens

Home Office to amend registration rules for vulnerable EU citizens

Out-of-court settlement reached following charity’s threat to seek judicial review The Home Office has reached an out-of-court settlement with a charity that had threatened a judicial review over the
Brazil's Bolsonaro ridiculed after tweeting explicit carnival video

Brazil's Bolsonaro ridiculed after tweeting explicit carnival video

Brazilian president tweeted pornographic clip reportedly filmed during carnival in apparent attempt to hit back at criticismBrazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, has sparked outrage, disgust
Russia passes law to jail people for 15 days for 'disrespecting' government

Russia passes law to jail people for 15 days for 'disrespecting' government

Law allowing courts to fine or jail offenders is reminiscent of Soviet-era laws used to target dissidents, say criticsRussia’s parliament has approved a controversial law that allows courts to jail