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The revolution will not be televised: how a Guaraní tribe got São Paulo's attention

The revolution will not be televised: how a Guaraní tribe got São Paulo's attention

Driven to the brink by poverty and governmental double-crossing, São Paulo’s indigenous people seized the local TV antenna – and that was just the beginningNo one took much notice when a group of 150
Argentina death flights: a son's fight for the right to testify against his father

Argentina death flights: a son's fight for the right to testify against his father

Relatives propose amendment to the country’s penal code that would allow sons and daughters to testify against their parents in human rights casesPablo Verna hasn’t seen his father since a heated
To find the extremism behind the Egypt terror attack, start with anti-Sufi preachers | HA Hellyer

To find the extremism behind the Egypt terror attack, start with anti-Sufi preachers | HA Hellyer

Sufism is integral to Islam. The extremist ideology that insists otherwise ignores history and distorts the truthOn Friday, more than 300 Muslim worshippers were murdered in a mosque, and scores more
Nationals senator says Turnbull government must fund banking inquiry

Nationals senator says Turnbull government must fund banking inquiry

John Williams says it would be ‘strange’ for the Coalition government to ignore the will of two houses of parliamentThe Nationals senator John Williams has declared the Turnbull government must fund a
Key moments from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first TV interview - video

Key moments from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first TV interview - video

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been speaking to the BBC’s Mishal Husain about their relationship. The couple revealed they met on a blind date after being matched by a friend. The prince had
Brexit weekly briefing: Irish border question becomes big  obstacle

Brexit weekly briefing: Irish border question becomes big obstacle

Deadlock as UK says issue can be settled only as part of trade deal, but EU says border problem must be solved firstWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, a summary of developments as the
Boom town: São Paulo in the 1940s – in pictures

Boom town: São Paulo in the 1940s – in pictures

Swiss-born Hildegard Rosenthal fled the second world war to become a pioneering photojournalist in Brazil. Here’s a selection of her unstaged street shots, taken during a period of transformation for
HS2 investigates ‘unacceptable’ behaviour by guards

HS2 investigates ‘unacceptable’ behaviour by guards

Security industry regulator also starts inquiry after video shows two Green party members being sworn atOfficials at HS2 have launched an investigation into alleged abusive behaviour by security
Journalist Wendy Dent tells how Don Burke 'pressured' her to audition topless

Journalist Wendy Dent tells how Don Burke 'pressured' her to audition topless

Dent alleges Burke’s Backyard presenter’s behaviour was ‘so shocking’, but Burke says her claims are ‘just not true’Australian film-maker and journalist Wendy Dent was just 21 in 1996 when Don Burke
Tuesday briefing: Brexit files – the truth is not in there

Tuesday briefing: Brexit files – the truth is not in there

Anger as David Davis censors details of economic impact … a certain famous couple is getting married … and Britain headed for deep freezeGood morning, it’s Warren Murray back with you for the rest of
British tourists film moment crocodile lunged out of Australian creek at them

British tourists film moment crocodile lunged out of Australian creek at them

Woman treated in hospital after saltwater crocodile leaps from water in Far North Queensland and injures herA crocodile attack that left a British tourist with a leg wound has been captured on camera
Amnesty calls for criminal investigation into Shell over alleged complicity in murder and torture in Nigeria

Amnesty calls for criminal investigation into Shell over alleged complicity in murder and torture in Nigeria

Rights group publishes full evidence review, including statements alleging Shell managed undercover police unit in 1990s after its operations ended in OgonilandAmnesty International is calling for a
The true story of the fake US embassy in Ghana

The true story of the fake US embassy in Ghana

Last year, the US state department said it had uncovered a fake embassy in Accra that had been issuing a stream of forged visas. The story went viral – but all was not as it seemed. By Yepoka YeeboOn
Scottish councils 'showing signs of serious financial stress'

Scottish councils 'showing signs of serious financial stress'

Several councils are two to three years from draining all their savings to fund services after series of funding cuts, says watchdogScottish councils are showing signs of serious financial stress
Ai Weiwei installation set to shine at Amsterdam Light Festival

Ai Weiwei installation set to shine at Amsterdam Light Festival

The Chinese artist’s piece, Thinline, which represents a theoretical border, takes pride of place among 36 installations at the city’s land- and canal-based annual light festivalOriginal artworks by
New Zealand broadcasters refuse to stop using Māori words

New Zealand broadcasters refuse to stop using Māori words

Presenters defiant as hundreds of listeners say use of Te Reo on radio and television excludes those who don’t speak the languageHigh-profile New Zealand media personalities are refusing to back down
'Serious damage' to China-Taiwan ties as activist Lee Ming-cheh jailed

'Serious damage' to China-Taiwan ties as activist Lee Ming-cheh jailed

Outcry over five-year sentence handed to Taiwanese human rights defender who was secretly arrested while visiting China in MarchA court in China has sentenced a Taiwanese democracy activist to five
Nudity lands Israeli dancers in fresh conflict with culture minister

Nudity lands Israeli dancers in fresh conflict with culture minister

Jerusalem international festival is told government funds cannot be used to subsidise certain performances A conflict between Israel’s draconian culture minister and artists using nudity in their
Xi Jinping makes China's toilets a number two priority

Xi Jinping makes China's toilets a number two priority

Chinese urged to ‘Advance the Toilet Revolution Steadily’ and do away with squalid communal facilities as a national imperative When Mao Zedong was building up support to eventually conquer China he

'A final act of acceptance': George Brandis on same-sex marriage bill – video

The Australian attorney general, George Brandis, says the passing of the same-sex marriage bill sends a potent message of support and equality to young gay people. ‘By passing this bill, we are saying