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Award-winning columnist Deborah Orr dies aged 57

Award-winning columnist Deborah Orr dies aged 57

Former Guardian Weekend editor remembered by friends and colleagues as ‘one of the cleverest, most unconventional, most fearless people’ Deborah Orr, the award-winning journalist and author prized by
British child dies in Spain 'after falling out of apartment window'

British child dies in Spain 'after falling out of apartment window'

Local media say 15-year-old boy fell out of seventh-floor window in city of CórdobaA British child has died in the city of Córdoba in southern Spain, reportedly after falling out of a seventh-floor
Mick Mulvaney seeks Trump damage control over impeachment and more

Mick Mulvaney seeks Trump damage control over impeachment and more

Chief of staff defends Doral G7 fiasco and own Ukraine remarksNancy Pelosi visits Jordan to discuss Turkey Syria incursionSenior Trump administration officials were on Sunday scrambling to defend the
People’s Vote split by power struggle at crucial time for alliance

People’s Vote split by power struggle at crucial time for alliance

Peter Mandelson and PR guru Roland Rudd wrangle over future remain campaignA bitter power struggle within the People’s Vote campaign between the PR guru Roland Rudd and the Labour peer Peter Mandelson
Lebanon's mass revolt against corruption and poverty continues

Lebanon's mass revolt against corruption and poverty continues

Dissent gains momentum with country’s largest protests since Cedar revolution of 2005The largest protests in Lebanon in 14 years are set to shut down the country for a fifth day on Monday, as a revolt
The Guardian view on Xinjiang, China: forced labour and fashion shows | Editorial

The Guardian view on Xinjiang, China: forced labour and fashion shows | Editorial

Repression in the north-western region takes many forms. They all deserve scrutinyWhen a million Uighurs and other Muslims have been locked up in Xinjiang’s detention camps, and as documentation of
Spain's deputy PM tells Catalan president to 'stop telling impossible lies'

Spain's deputy PM tells Catalan president to 'stop telling impossible lies'

Carmen Calvo says Quim Torra should go further in condemning violence by separatist protesters Spain’s deputy prime minister has told the Catalan president to “stop lying” to the region by promising
Labor to grill Coalition on delays and underspending on key infrastructure projects

Labor to grill Coalition on delays and underspending on key infrastructure projects

The government has spent just $2.2m of a $3.5bn fund designed to tackle ‘immediate priorities’, the opposition saysThe Morrison government has spent just $2.2m of a $3.5bn fund designed to tackle
Kurdish fighters leave Syrian border town, giving Turkey control

Kurdish fighters leave Syrian border town, giving Turkey control

Evacuation part of US-brokered ceasefire, as Nancy Pelosi leads congressional visit to region Kurdish officials say their fighters have evacuated Ras al-Ayn, giving Turkey and its allies control of
Pearl claimed as world's oldest is to be exhibited in Abu Dhabi

Pearl claimed as world's oldest is to be exhibited in Abu Dhabi

Archaeologists say natural pearl was found on island off capital of United Arab EmiratesAn 8,000-year-old pearl that archaeologists say is the world’s most ancient is to be displayed in Abu Dhabi,
'A tectonic shift': Green Party makes historic gains in Swiss vote

'A tectonic shift': Green Party makes historic gains in Swiss vote

‘Tidal wave’ of support for environmentalist party but anti-immigrant Swiss People’s Party remains the largest Switzerland’s Green Party have made historic gains in national elections, while the
'My teeth moved so much I needed braces' – readers on how childbirth changed them

'My teeth moved so much I needed braces' – readers on how childbirth changed them

Having a baby is life-changing, but the lasting impacts of childbirth are particularly surprising, from altered shoe sizes, shifting teeth and night sweats to ‘flobbily’ boobs and better sexOut of all
Protests in Chile against cost of living – in pictures

Protests in Chile against cost of living – in pictures

President Sebastián Piñera has suspended an increase in metro ticket prices after the plan triggered anti-government demonstrations across the country Continue reading...
Tinder boss Elie Seidman: ‘If you behave badly, we want you out’

Tinder boss Elie Seidman: ‘If you behave badly, we want you out’

The dating app has become the go-to tool for singles looking for a ‘hook-up’ rather than a relationship. Its chief executive reckons it can broaden its appeal – but will have to get tough with some
Cross-border shelling marks escalation in Kashmir dispute

Cross-border shelling marks escalation in Kashmir dispute

Soldiers and civilians killed on both sides as India and Pakistan blame each otherIndia and Pakistan have blamed one another for cross-border shelling in the disputed Kashmir region that has killed
World economy is sleepwalking into a new financial crisis, warns Mervyn King

World economy is sleepwalking into a new financial crisis, warns Mervyn King

Past crashes spawned new thinking and reform but nothing has changed since 2008 banking meltdown, says former Bank of England bossLarry Elliott: The global economy needs to change fastThe world is
Japan v South Africa: Rugby World Cup 2019, quarter-final – live!

Japan v South Africa: Rugby World Cup 2019, quarter-final – live!

Rugby World Cup updates as hosts tackle SpringboksRead our Japanese language MBM report of the game!Email your thoughts to Luke here or tweet him here 11.34am BST 11 min: Brilliant steal by de Klerk
Double murder inquiry after two boys stabbed in Milton Keynes

Double murder inquiry after two boys stabbed in Milton Keynes

Two 17-year-olds killed and two other males seriously injured in incident on Saturday nightTwo 17-year-old boys have died and two other males have been seriously injured in a stabbing incident in
Our fears will be realised if we become afraid of technology | Kenan Malik

Our fears will be realised if we become afraid of technology | Kenan Malik

If we fail to learn how to use it to our advantage we fall into the hands of those have mastered itCast your mind back to 2011 and the Arab uprisings that began in Tunis before spreading to Egypt and
Wales v France: Rugby World Cup 2019, quarter-final – live!

Wales v France: Rugby World Cup 2019, quarter-final – live!

Live updates as Grand Slam champs Wales face France‘Wales can win it’ – No room for doubt for Liam WilliamsEmail Lee here or tweet your thoughts to @bloodandmud 10.04am BST There’s nothing obvious in