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Reggae is Jamaica’s rebel music – it doesn’t need establishment approval | Dotun Adebayo

Reggae is Jamaica’s rebel music – it doesn’t need establishment approval | Dotun Adebayo

Unesco can add reggae to its cultural heritage list, but this music has no time for government and global powerDon’t you just know that Unesco’s decision to add reggae to its list of the intangible
Watch out, Santa! I’m ready for the annual Hanukah v Christmas faith-off

Watch out, Santa! I’m ready for the annual Hanukah v Christmas faith-off

It’s hard to convince your kids to care about Jewish holidays when their other parent is opening advent calendarsTomorrow is the first night of Hanukah. It also happens to be the first year my kids
'Many girls don't know their partner's status': fighting Aids in Lesotho – in pictures

'Many girls don't know their partner's status': fighting Aids in Lesotho – in pictures

A quarter of the population of this southern African country are HIV-positive, and last year nearly 5,000 people died of Aids-related illnessesPhotographs by Kate Holt/Jhpiego Continue reading...
George HW Bush - a life in pictures

George HW Bush - a life in pictures

George HW Bush, who has died aged 94, was the 41st president of the United States. Born in Milton, Massachusetts, he studied at Yale and worked in the oil industry before entering politics in 1964. We
Berta Cáceres: conviction of killers brings some justice, but questions remain

Berta Cáceres: conviction of killers brings some justice, but questions remain

Seven men were found guilty of murdering Honduran environmentalist in 2016, but many questions are unansweredBerta Cáceres spent the final hours of her life being tailed by contract killers.On 2 March
Justine Damond: prosecutors seek second-degree murder charge

Justine Damond: prosecutors seek second-degree murder charge

Court is told Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor ‘knew exactly what he was doing’ when he fired fatal shotProsecutors are trying to bolster the murder charge against the former Minneapolis police
Foreign Office 'softly-softly' tactics in spotlight after Hedges ordeal

Foreign Office 'softly-softly' tactics in spotlight after Hedges ordeal

Families say FCO’s ‘institutional bias’ for keeping cases private could be a smokescreen for diplomats to do littleOn Monday night as Matthew Hedges waited at Dubai airport for a flight back to London
Met police push ahead with armed patrols despite backlash

Met police push ahead with armed patrols despite backlash

Force sparks rift with London mayor over plan to counter knife crime and violent gangs The Metropolitan police have said they would press ahead with plans to allow armed officers to patrol areas with
'His example lives on': Trump and Obama lead tributes after George HW Bush dies

'His example lives on': Trump and Obama lead tributes after George HW Bush dies

Donald Trump praises ‘unwavering commitment to faith, family, and country’ while Barack Obama notes ‘legacy of service that may never be matched’George HW Bush dies aged 94Obituary: steady hand during
President Amlo takes power with vow to transform Mexico – but can he deliver?

President Amlo takes power with vow to transform Mexico – but can he deliver?

Leftwinger to be sworn in on wave of hope that he can fix poverty, corruption and crime on behalf of ordinary MexicansMexico’s president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador will take power on Saturday
George HW Bush, former US president, dies aged 94

George HW Bush, former US president, dies aged 94

Patriarch of Bush dynasty and 41st president remembered for steady hand during Soviet collapseGeorge HW Bush obituary Tributes to Bush: ‘His example lives on’‘Read my lips. No new taxes’: Bush
Rightwing thinktank deletes offer of access to ministers for donors

Rightwing thinktank deletes offer of access to ministers for donors

Adam Smith Institute offered £1,000 donors invites to ‘power lunches and patrons dinners’One of the UK’s most influential rightwing thinktanks has deleted passages from its website promising access to
Trump officials argue climate change warnings based on ‘worst-case scenario'

Trump officials argue climate change warnings based on ‘worst-case scenario'

Official minimize warnings and say government report considers only the highest possible levels of greenhouse gas emissionsThe Trump administration has a new strategy for deflecting concerns about the
‘This is barbarity’: stars to wear blue ribbons at Aacta event to support asylum seekers

‘This is barbarity’: stars to wear blue ribbons at Aacta event to support asylum seekers

More than 700 arts industry professionals sign letter that will be presented to Scott Morrison and Bill ShortenSome of Australia’s biggest stars will wear blue ribbons to the country’s top film and TV
Dave Sharma to run for Wentworth as polls predict setback for Coalition in NSW

Dave Sharma to run for Wentworth as polls predict setback for Coalition in NSW

State government’s poor results from survey widely viewed as stemming from discord within federal LiberalsGladys Berejiklian’s government in New South Wales is on track to lose its parliamentary
North Korean soldier flees to South as Trump talks up Kim summit

North Korean soldier flees to South as Trump talks up Kim summit

South Korean soldiers escort defector to safety after finding him on their side of the borderA North Korean soldier has defected to the South by crossing the border in the demilitarised zone (DMZ),
Kansas City Chiefs release Kareem Hunt after alleged assault video surfaces

Kansas City Chiefs release Kareem Hunt after alleged assault video surfaces

Footage allegedly shows the NFL’s reigning rushing champion knock over and kick a woman in a Cleveland hotelThe Kansas City Chiefs released running back Kareem Hunt on Friday night after video
California judge condemns startup for giving secret Facebook papers to UK

California judge condemns startup for giving secret Facebook papers to UK

Parliament seized confidential documents under scrutiny in Six4Three’s lawsuit against social networkA California judge sharply criticized the legal team of the app developer that turned over
'I am not a dictator': Mongolian PM survives attempted ousting

'I am not a dictator': Mongolian PM survives attempted ousting

Ukhnaa Khurelsukh and his cabinet fight back amid corruption scandal implicating high-level politiciansMongolia’s prime minister and his cabinet have survived a parliamentary attempt to sack them over
'Jamal Khashoggi Way': Washington city may rename Saudi embassy street

'Jamal Khashoggi Way': Washington city may rename Saudi embassy street

Officials want road going past embassy in Foggy Bottom to serve as ‘daily reminder to Saudi officials’ about journalist’s murderLocal officials in a Washington neighborhood have voted to rename a