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BBC in row over blurring cleavage of interviewee in Kenya

BBC in row over blurring cleavage of interviewee in Kenya

BBC documentary was edited because of concerns over watershed rules in Africa, say bossesBBC bosses have become embroiled in a bizarre internal row over the censoring of women’s bodies after blurring
Trans rights activists attacked with pepper spray during Ukraine march

Trans rights activists attacked with pepper spray during Ukraine march

Kiev demonstration was interrupted by far-right protesters who threw smoke bombs into the crowdTwo activists have been attacked with pepper spray in Kiev during a transgender rights march that was
Jamal Khashoggi killers 'may have taken body parts out of Turkey in luggage'

Jamal Khashoggi killers 'may have taken body parts out of Turkey in luggage'

Turkish defence minister says killers of Khashoggi may have taken his dismembered body out of Turkey in a luggageDonald Trump has refused to listen to audio tape of the murder of Saudi dissident and
4am starts and spinach smoothies: Da Vinci Code's Dan Brown on how to write a bestseller

4am starts and spinach smoothies: Da Vinci Code's Dan Brown on how to write a bestseller

As he sets out to spill his secrets in an online masterclass, Brown talks about bad reviews, his habit of hanging upside down and the challenge of writing fiction in the age of Trump The piano music
'He can kiss my red ass': California fire evacuees give Trump visit short shrift

'He can kiss my red ass': California fire evacuees give Trump visit short shrift

Hundreds displaced by wildfires who are gathered in a parking lot have more pressing concerns than the president’s commentsAs Donald Trump landed in northern California on Saturday morning, hundreds
'I don't agree with his statements': residents react to Trump's California wildfire visit – video

'I don't agree with his statements': residents react to Trump's California wildfire visit – video

The US president has visited the devastated sites of California's deadliest wildfire, again blaming forest mismanagement, which has drawn criticism from some residents. The blaze has incinerated
Jair Bolsonaro's rise to power casts shadow over UN environment conference

Jair Bolsonaro's rise to power casts shadow over UN environment conference

Participants at biodiversity convention say Amazon protections are under threat Jair Bolsonaro’s rise to power in Brazil has cast a shadow over the first global environment conference since the
Netanyahu meets with coalition partner to stop government collapse

Netanyahu meets with coalition partner to stop government collapse

Israel’s prime minister says going to the polls would be ‘irresponsible’Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has said he will take on the defence minister portfolio, rejecting calls to
Rear view: the big business of bottoms

Rear view: the big business of bottoms

As more and more women go under the knife in pursuit of curves, it’s clear they are paying with their healthThe press briefing for October’s Clinical Cosmetic Reconstructive Expo in London was delayed
Brexit: toppling me won't help negotiations, May tells rebel Tory MPs

Brexit: toppling me won't help negotiations, May tells rebel Tory MPs

PM says she thinks there are too few MPs pushing for a change of leader to trigger contestTheresa May has said that as far as she knows there are not yet enough Conservative MPs moving against her to
Threshold for confidence vote not reached, says prime minister – video

Threshold for confidence vote not reached, says prime minister – video

Theresa May says she will return to Brussels to meet the European commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker. There is a week to go before EU leaders meet to discuss the Brexit deal. Speaking on the
Human rights groups call on Canada to end coerced sterilization of indigenous women

Human rights groups call on Canada to end coerced sterilization of indigenous women

Amnesty International said it will lobby UN committee to pressure government as at least 60 women join class action lawsuitHuman rights groups are calling on Canada to end the coerced sterilization of
A Mexican grandmother waits for justice for boy shot at border fence

A Mexican grandmother waits for justice for boy shot at border fence

A US border patrol agent, Lonnie Swartz, is on trial in Arizona for the manslaughter of José Antonio Elena Rodríguez, 16, who he shot and killed through slots in the steel fenceThe day after the Day
'Lesbos deserves better': pioneering aid project unites locals and migrants

'Lesbos deserves better': pioneering aid project unites locals and migrants

Group aims to create jobs and reduce tensions on Greek island bearing brunt of migrant arrivalsAn air of optimism hovers over the olive grove. Men from Africa, Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq are busy
Theresa May to visit Brussels this week as she defends Brexit deal – Politics live

Theresa May to visit Brussels this week as she defends Brexit deal – Politics live

PM says she will meet Juncker to discuss future relationships, and to her knowledge 48-letter threshold for no-confidence vote not yet reached 2.39pm GMT The organisation representing ship owners in
Thanks for my coffee… On the great gratitude trail

Thanks for my coffee… On the great gratitude trail

Gratitude is good for us. With this in mind, writer A.J. Jacobs determines to cast off his habitual grumpiness and track down and say thank you to everyone responsible for his daily brew…It’s a
‘Rich soup of life’ in Gwent wetlands at risk from motorway

‘Rich soup of life’ in Gwent wetlands at risk from motorway

Campaigners fear the loss of rare biodiversity if a £1bn bypass is approved by the Welsh assemblyThe Gwent Levels is a low-lying patchwork of wetlands, divided by drainage ditches first dug by the
$90m David Hockney is not a ‘break-up picture’, says ex-lover

$90m David Hockney is not a ‘break-up picture’, says ex-lover

Peter Schlesinger rejects interpretation of work that has broken record for living artistIt has been interpreted as the depiction of a very particular moment in the romantic life of David Hockney.
European diplomats mount last-ditch effort to stop US ditching INF treaty

European diplomats mount last-ditch effort to stop US ditching INF treaty

1987 treaty has kept nuclear weapons out of EuropeTrump announced withdrawal from deal with Russia in OctoberEuropean officials are seeking to act as intermediaries between Russia and the US in the
US navy hospital ship stokes tensions by giving Venezuelan refugees free care

US navy hospital ship stokes tensions by giving Venezuelan refugees free care

USNS Comfort, moored off Colombia, will help patients as pressure builds on relationship between Washington and Caracas A US navy hospital ship moored off Colombia has started giving free medical care