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What's your reaction to the political situation in Germany?

What's your reaction to the political situation in Germany?

Angela Merkel has failed to create a coalition government. We’d like you to share your thoughts and hopes for the future of GermanyChancellor Angela Merkel has failed to forge a coalition between her
Poland faces €100,000-a-day fines over illegal logging in Białowieża forest

Poland faces €100,000-a-day fines over illegal logging in Białowieża forest

Poland is given two weeks to end its destruction of the Unesco-protected forest in a landmark ruling by the European court of justicePoland has been given two weeks to stop illegal deforestation in
Nigeria mosque attack: suicide bomber kills dozens

Nigeria mosque attack: suicide bomber kills dozens

Boko Haram thought to be behind devastating attack in Adamawa state in north-east of countryDozens of people have been killed by a suicide bomb attack during morning prayers in a mosque in north-east
Explorer Benedict Allen: 'I was not lost and did not need to be rescued'

Explorer Benedict Allen: 'I was not lost and did not need to be rescued'

British explorer who went missing in Papua New Guinea says he only accepted offer of airlift to safety for sake of his familyThe British explorer Benedict Allen, who went missing in Papua New Guinea,
Germany's president to urge Green and FDP leaders to restart talks

Germany's president to urge Green and FDP leaders to restart talks

Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called on parties to rethink their positions after coalition talks with Merkel collapsedGermany’s president met party leaders on Tuesday after talks to form a new
Tanya Plibersek attacks rightwing claims of patriotism: 'They’re wrong'

Tanya Plibersek attacks rightwing claims of patriotism: 'They’re wrong'

‘You can be a progressive and love your country: I do. You can cherish this nation and yet want to make it better,’ deputy Labor leader saysLabor’s deputy leader, Tanya Plibersek, says progressives
China rejects claims it had hand in efforts to oust Robert Mugabe

China rejects claims it had hand in efforts to oust Robert Mugabe

Beijing says suggestion it is meddling in Zimbabwe’s affairs is attempt to sully its reputation and derail China-Africa relationsBeijing has said speculation it had a hand in efforts to dethrone
G4S orders independent review into scandal-hit immigration centre

G4S orders independent review into scandal-hit immigration centre

‘Attitude and behaviour’ of Brook House staff to be examined after Panorama claimed detainees were being abusedG4S has ordered an independent review into its running of an immigration removal centre,
Turnbull under pressure over cancelled sitting week amid tax skirmish

Turnbull under pressure over cancelled sitting week amid tax skirmish

Bill Shorten, Adam Bandt, Bob Katter, Andrew Wilkie and Rebekha Sharkie ask PM to let parliament sit next weekLabor and the majority of lower house crossbenchers are maintaining political pressure on
Zimbabwe's ousted vice-president calls for Mugabe to quit

Zimbabwe's ousted vice-president calls for Mugabe to quit

Emmerson Mnangagwa urges president to ‘accept will of the people’ as process to impeach Mugabe begins Robert Mugabe’s most likely successor, the ousted vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa, has broken
Chile faces new political landscape as leftwingers dent billionaire Piñera's hopes

Chile faces new political landscape as leftwingers dent billionaire Piñera's hopes

Sebastián Piñera, the ex-president, fell short of a majority on Sunday. Now the future looks unpredictable, and the leftwing Frente Amplio could hold the key Chile, so used to geological upheavals,
Street art in Medellín, Colombia – in pictures

Street art in Medellín, Colombia – in pictures

Photographer Juancho Torres tours the streets of Comuna 13 in the once notorious city, capturing the graffiti and murals that adorn buildings and walls Continue reading...
The haves and have-nots: four cities in crisis

The haves and have-nots: four cities in crisis

On the surface, Ulaanbaatar, San Francisco, Calais and Jerusalem could not be more different – but for the people squeezed out by political upheaval or prohibitive rents, the urban 21st century looks
Failed promises: survivors of deadly mudslide left homeless by Sierra Leone government

Failed promises: survivors of deadly mudslide left homeless by Sierra Leone government

With little sign of promised government help, hundreds of families displaced by the disaster in August now face eviction from government sheltersThe government of Sierra Leone has started closing down
UK shoppers face 'year of anxiety' over food prices as La Niña returns

UK shoppers face 'year of anxiety' over food prices as La Niña returns

Weather event could drive up costs of commodities such as coffee and cocoa as Britons face Brexit and inflation squeezeUK consumers could be hit by a new bout of food price inflation next year after
Brexit weekly briefing: kicking and screaming toward the cheque book

Brexit weekly briefing: kicking and screaming toward the cheque book

As the UK appears to be considering caving in to demands for a bigger divorce bill, the rest of the EU is bracing for the worst of exitsWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, a summary of
Vladimir Putin briefs Donald Trump on plan to end Syrian civil war

Vladimir Putin briefs Donald Trump on plan to end Syrian civil war

After meeting with Bashar al-Assad, Russian president plans summit with leaders of Turkey and Iran, bypassing UNVladimir Putin has sought Donald Trump’s broad endorsement for his plan to bring the
Tuesday briefing: EU leaves Britain – and Russia admits radiation leak

Tuesday briefing: EU leaves Britain – and Russia admits radiation leak

Two European agencies pull out of London … accident suspected at notorious Mayak nuclear site … and ‘sunshine vitamin’ can ease arthritisHello, I’m Warren Murray, and you might have been sleeping but
Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn

Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn

Two experts say a significant number of fragments bought in multimillion-dollar trade are suspected fakes A multimillion-dollar trade in fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls fuelled by a surge in
After the liberation of Mosul, an orgy of killing

After the liberation of Mosul, an orgy of killing

In the dying days of the battle of Mosul, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad followed Iraqi soldiers during the last push against Isis. But following their victory, a new wave of savagery was unleashedOne hot and