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Anti-Assad activist killed in Germany in suspected axe attack

Anti-Assad activist killed in Germany in suspected axe attack

Mohamed Joune’s killing may be related to his Syrian political activities, say friendsA Syrian activist has died after a brutal attack in Hamburg, raising questions over whether he was targeted for
Prince Philip undergoes hospital checks after car crash

Prince Philip undergoes hospital checks after car crash

Police investigating collision in which two women received minor injuriesThe Duke of Edinburgh has undergone hospital checks on his doctor’s advice following his car accident in which two women
Boris Johnson condemned after falsely saying he did not make anti-Turkish claims in Brexit campaign - Politics live

Boris Johnson condemned after falsely saying he did not make anti-Turkish claims in Brexit campaign - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Boris Johnson’s Brexit speechBoris Johnson’s speech and Q&A - Summary and analysis 4.00pm GMT Anand Menon, the
Tesla to cut more than 3,000 jobs because cars 'still too expensive'

Tesla to cut more than 3,000 jobs because cars 'still too expensive'

Elon Musk says he has no choice but to reduce electric car manufacturer’s headcount Tesla is cutting more than 3,000 jobs, or 7% of its workforce, after experiencing a year its founder, Elon Musk,
Bling and beauty: Dakar's fashion comes of age – photo essay

Bling and beauty: Dakar's fashion comes of age – photo essay

Photojournalist Finbarr O’Reilly has been covering Dakar fashion week for over a decade. He charts the city’s burgeoning style sceneAlongside its golden beaches, glitzy nightclubs and vibrant music
The US won't be prepared for the next natural disaster

The US won't be prepared for the next natural disaster

Every $1 spent on hazard mitigation saves the nation $6 in future disaster costs, yet billions are still spent on recovery effortsHow prepared is the United States for the inevitable next
Ebola cases in Congo expected to double amid fears outbreak could cross borders

Ebola cases in Congo expected to double amid fears outbreak could cross borders

With health system at breaking point, uncertainty over how virus is being transmitted prompts fears it could range beyond DRCThe number of Ebola cases recorded each day in the Democratic Republic of
Mother of alleged Isis killer loses legal fight against Home Office

Mother of alleged Isis killer loses legal fight against Home Office

Judges rule decision to share evidence with US without death penalty assurances not unlawfulThe mother of an alleged hostage killer for Islamic State has lost her legal challenge against a Home Office
Male TV stars' earrings censored on Chinese site, say viewers

Male TV stars' earrings censored on Chinese site, say viewers

Web users report that images have been blurred on Netflix-like iQiyi’s TV showsEditors of television programmes streamed on China’s Netflix-like iQiyi site appear to be blurring the earlobes of male
Friday US briefing: Trump escalates feud with Pelosi amid shutdown

Friday US briefing: Trump escalates feud with Pelosi amid shutdown

How the president’s two years in power have changed key US policies ... North Korean envoy to meet Pompeo ... Democrat takes charge of Flint water crisis investigationGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with
'I have lost my wallet and brother': reuniting at Kumbh Mela, the world's largest festival

'I have lost my wallet and brother': reuniting at Kumbh Mela, the world's largest festival

As an estimated 15m Hindus gather at convergence of holy rivers in India, the huge lost-and-found centres go digitalDay and night, through crackling loudspeakers, the announcements ring out. “It is
Britain experiences coldest night of winter so far

Britain experiences coldest night of winter so far

Yellow warnings for snow and ice in place after temperature plunges as low as -10.7CThursday night was the coldest of the winter so far as temperatures plunged to as low as -10.7C (12.7F).The low was
Ryanair issues profit warning as winter fares fall

Ryanair issues profit warning as winter fares fall

Lower-fare environment will shake out more loss-making rivals, says Michael O’LearyRyanair has issued its second profit warning in four months, blaming intense competition over the winter that
Zambian villagers await outcome of UK mining firm's pollution case appeal

Zambian villagers await outcome of UK mining firm's pollution case appeal

Vedanta Resources in fresh appeal to have water contamination claim brought by 1,800 people heard in ZambiaA British mining company has appealed to the supreme court to prevent 1,800 Zambian villagers
Academic who defined news principles says journalists are too negative

Academic who defined news principles says journalists are too negative

Exclusive: preoccupation with conflict fosters insecurity, populism and trust deficit, says Johan GaltungThe academic who first defined the essence of news journalism has said the media have
India's Kumbh Mela festival – in pictures

India's Kumbh Mela festival – in pictures

Thought to be the world’s largest human gathering, more than 20 million Hindu pilgrims ritually bathed on the opening day of the festival Continue reading...
Israel accuses Malaysia PM of 'rabid antisemitism' over Paralympics ban

Israel accuses Malaysia PM of 'rabid antisemitism' over Paralympics ban

Mahathir Mohamad refuses visas to Israeli athletes due to compete in a qualifying event for Tokyo 2020Israel has accused the Malaysian prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, of “rabid antisemitism” after
Death on demand: has euthanasia gone too far?

Death on demand: has euthanasia gone too far?

Countries around the world are making it easier to choose the time and manner of your death. But doctors in the world’s euthanasia capital are starting to worry about the consequences By Christopher
How Trump has changed America in two years

How Trump has changed America in two years

Guardian reporters chart the president’s impact on foreign policy, the economy, the judiciary, the environment and immigrationIf there has been one defining trait in the foreign policy of the Trump
Victim-blaming outcry as Japan pop star says sorry after alleged assault by fans

Victim-blaming outcry as Japan pop star says sorry after alleged assault by fans

Band manager criticised for silence after Maho Yamaguchi, a singer with NGT48, said she was attacked at her homeJapan’s harsh treatment of its female celebrities has again come under scrutiny