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Russia may have nuclear arms in Crimea, hacked EU cables warn

Russia may have nuclear arms in Crimea, hacked EU cables warn

Diplomatic messages describe annexed area of Ukraine as ‘hot zone’ and Trump as ‘bully’Brussels has launched an investigation into the apparent hacking of the EU’s diplomatic communications network
Disney accused of colonialism over 'hakuna matata' trademark

Disney accused of colonialism over 'hakuna matata' trademark

Petition urges company to drop trademark on Swahili phrase before summer release of Lion King remakeMore than 50,000 people have signed a petition accusing Disney of “colonialism and robbery” after it
EU coal subsidy phase-out 'completely inconsistent with Paris deal'

EU coal subsidy phase-out 'completely inconsistent with Paris deal'

Stay of execution for coal subsidies has been heavily criticised by climate analystsAn EU deal to slowly phase out coal subsidies is “completely inconsistent” with the bloc’s Paris climate agreement
Swedish women-only music festival found guilty of discrimination

Swedish women-only music festival found guilty of discrimination

The Statement festival was found to be in breach of gender discrimination law but will not be penalisedA Swedish event billed as “the world’s first major music festival for women, non-binary and
What would Jesus do? Talking with evangelicals about climate change

What would Jesus do? Talking with evangelicals about climate change

In our new column about the American south and climate change, we go towards Christians who have been resistant to ideas of environmental stewardship - perhaps it’s a message they need to hear in
Taking stock: Flynn is yet another Trump aide facing prospect of jailtime | Richard Wolffe

Taking stock: Flynn is yet another Trump aide facing prospect of jailtime | Richard Wolffe

Michael Flynn stares at a now familiar fate for those who get too close to Trump: swapping the White House for the Big HouseYou can surely understand the unseemly haste from Sarah Sanders. If you were
Duterte's Philippines drug war death toll rises above 5,000

Duterte's Philippines drug war death toll rises above 5,000

Enforcement agency says 5,050 lives lost in president’s war on drugs, mostly at police handsThe official death toll from Rodrigo Duterte’s violent war on drugs in the Philippines has risen above 5,000
Third Canadian detained in China as feud escalates

Third Canadian detained in China as feud escalates

Two others detained this month after arrest of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou in CanadaA third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, according to Canada’s foreign ministry, an arrest that threatens to
Breast implants linked to cancer withdrawn from sale in Europe

Breast implants linked to cancer withdrawn from sale in Europe

French authorities withdraw approval for Allergan textured implants, popular in UKBreast implants that have been linked to a rare form of cancer have been pulled from the market in Europe.The recall
'The blood lady': the medical start-up founder saving lives in Nigeria – podcast

'The blood lady': the medical start-up founder saving lives in Nigeria – podcast

When Temie Giwa-Tubosun realised Nigerians lacked safe access to vital health care products like blood she decided to do something about it. That decision changed her life and saved those of many
Tattersall's club: men-only venue narrowly votes to allow female members

Tattersall's club: men-only venue narrowly votes to allow female members

The club, one of Australia’s last remaining men-only establishments, voted 1,405-1,368 to allow womenThe male members of the Brisbane Tattersall’s club have narrowly voted to scrap a 153-year-old rule
Auditor report finds significant failings in fleet used to intercept asylum seekers

Auditor report finds significant failings in fleet used to intercept asylum seekers

Department of Home Affairs had warned it could try to have report suppressed on national security groundsA report the Department of Home Affairs warned it might try to suppress has found significant
Fleeing a hell the US helped create: why Central Americans journey north

Fleeing a hell the US helped create: why Central Americans journey north

The region’s inequality and violence, in which the US has long played a role, is driving people to leave their homesJakelin Caal Maquín, the seven-year-old Guatemalan girl who died this month in US
The dark history of Santa's city: how Rovaniemi rose from the ashes

The dark history of Santa's city: how Rovaniemi rose from the ashes

After the Finnish city was razed to the ground by the German army in the second world war, architect Alvar Aalto rebuilt it to a reindeer-shaped street grid. Then Santa came to town …As soon as you
Toxic mud swamps fortunes of Niger Delta women years after oil spill

Toxic mud swamps fortunes of Niger Delta women years after oil spill

Ogoniland women produce most of the family’s food but the twin pressures of land grabs and pollution are making it impossible for them to surviveTwo women pick a slimy path through a creek, prized by
Election campaigning in DRC – in pictures

Election campaigning in DRC – in pictures

The Democratic Republic of the Congo goes to the polls on Sunday with 21 candidates running to replace Joseph Kabila, who has been president since 2001. The photographer John Wessels has been watching
World's most stomach-turning foods go on display – video

World's most stomach-turning foods go on display – video

A selection of some of the planet’s most stomach-turning foods, including maggot cheese, fish sperm sac sushi and Chinese mouse wine, are on display in Los Angeles as part of a new exhibition that
Australian drug regulator takes action over claims products can treat disease

Australian drug regulator takes action over claims products can treat disease

Therapeutic Goods Administration takes on Peptides Clinics Australia for alleged advertising breachesFor the first time in almost a decade Australia’s drugs regulator has begun court action against a
We can break the Brexit deadlock: with a citizens’ assembly | Neal Lawson

We can break the Brexit deadlock: with a citizens’ assembly | Neal Lawson

These forums are used around the world to solve political impasses – most recently in Ireland on abortion law. It should be Britain’s turn nextBrexit is the rock on which our democratic system has run
Teenager behind 'flossing' dance craze the latest to sue Fortnite creators

Teenager behind 'flossing' dance craze the latest to sue Fortnite creators

Russell Horning is credited with making the dance move a global phenomenon in 2016 A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Russell Horning, aka the Backpack Kid, against a video game company, alleging