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BTS should apologise to Japan and Nazi victims, says rabbi

BTS should apologise to Japan and Nazi victims, says rabbi

K-pop band accused of mocking the past as row over ‘atomic bomb’ T-shirt continuesA Jewish human rights organisation has condemned the K-pop band BTS over photographs of them wearing Nazi-style
Katharine Viner: 'The Guardian's reader funding model is working. It's inspiring'

Katharine Viner: 'The Guardian's reader funding model is working. It's inspiring'

The Guardian’s editor-in-chief reflects on the state of media today and explains how the support of one million readers has enabled us to report and investigate the most important stories of our time
Labour's Keir Starmer says Brexit can be stopped

Labour's Keir Starmer says Brexit can be stopped

Shadow Brexit secretary contradicts Corbyn’s recent remarks and reaffirms second referendum optionThe UK’s departure from the EU still can be halted, Keir Starmer, Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary,
Populists like Trump exacerbate rather than cure corruption | Barry Eichengreen

Populists like Trump exacerbate rather than cure corruption | Barry Eichengreen

The US president and Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro will repopulate the swamp rather than drain itFollowing Emmanuel Macron’s election as president of France in May 2017, global elites breathed a sigh of
The Zinke effect: how the US interior department became a tool of industry

The Zinke effect: how the US interior department became a tool of industry

Trump’s interior secretary has been remaking the agency charged with protecting public lands as an ally of big energySince his first day on the job, when he surrounded himself with a National Park
'They see no shame': 'honour' killing video shows plight of Syrian women

'They see no shame': 'honour' killing video shows plight of Syrian women

Footage of a young Syrian woman’s execution by her brother was greeted with widespread horror. Yet such violence is all too common – and as a member of the Free Syrian Army, with its own police and
Northern Territory MP demands better mobile coverage after family's death

Northern Territory MP demands better mobile coverage after family's death

Scott McConnell says the lack of communications in much of the NT ‘absolutely is a risk to health and wellbeing’A Northern Territory politician has called on the government to invest immediately in
Monday briefing: Police call for changes to stop and search laws

Monday briefing: Police call for changes to stop and search laws

Calls to scrap ‘reasonable grounds’ test comes amid mounting knife attack concerns … Trump’s armistice no-show fallout … ‘bleeding’ vegan burgersThis is Alison Rourke bringing you Monday’s top stories
Bourke Street killer apologises but says he 'had permission to run people over'

Bourke Street killer apologises but says he 'had permission to run people over'

In a confusing and rambling appearance in the witness box, James Gargasoulas says he had a premonition before killing six people in car rampageJames Gargasoulas has apologised for killing six people
Student activists detained in China for supporting workers' rights

Student activists detained in China for supporting workers' rights

Protesters describe themselves as fervent Marxists and Maoists, presenting a unique problem for Communist partyAt least 10 young Chinese labour protesters have been detained as part of a crackdown
Brexit plan 'complete shambles', UK boss of ThyssenKrupp says

Brexit plan 'complete shambles', UK boss of ThyssenKrupp says

Terry Sargeant says Tories are putting their own survival ahead of businessThe Conservative party is failing business in the pursuit of pushing through a Brexit deal, the head of one of Germany’s
Government's FOBT decision influenced by 'discredited' report

Government's FOBT decision influenced by 'discredited' report

Documents seen by the Guardian cast doubt on whether figures should ever have played part in policyThe government’s controversial decision not to cut stakes on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs)
'Bleeding' vegan burger arrives on UK supermarket shelves

'Bleeding' vegan burger arrives on UK supermarket shelves

Vegan-friendly Beyond Burger oozing a beetroot juice-based meaty hue stocked at TescoA plant-based burger that “bleeds” – from cult US brand Beyond Meat – is to make its hotly-anticipated UK retail
Woman who bore rapist’s baby faces 20 years in El Salvador jail

Woman who bore rapist’s baby faces 20 years in El Salvador jail

Imelda Cortez, 20, faces trial in country where abortion is illegal under all circumstancesA rape victim is facing 20 years in jail charged with attempted murder, after she gave birth to her abuser’s
Planned Parenthood's new president warns of 'state of emergency' for women's health

Planned Parenthood's new president warns of 'state of emergency' for women's health

Dr Leana Wen, who takes over as president of the US’s biggest reproductive healthcare institution this week, says she plans to expand services despite attacksDr Leana Wen takes over as president of
Italy to host Libyan conference in fresh push for elections

Italy to host Libyan conference in fresh push for elections

Palermo meeting shows Italy’s determination to regain diplomatic control from FranceMany of Libya’s leading factions will meet on Monday in Palermo, southern Italy, in an effort to reunite the
‘The sooner it's gone, the better,’ says former prisoner at site of Franco's tomb

‘The sooner it's gone, the better,’ says former prisoner at site of Franco's tomb

Nicolás Sánchez-Albornoz recalls Cuelgamuros and the myth surrounding the Valley of the FallenForty miles outside Madrid, among the pine-spiked peaks of the Sierra de Guadarrama, sits Spain’s most
Philippine editor accuses Duterte of 'weaponising' rule of law

Philippine editor accuses Duterte of 'weaponising' rule of law

Journalists worldwide voice support for editor Maria Ressa, who faces tax evasion chargesThe editor of a Philippine news organisation charged with tax evasion has accused the government of President
New Zealand child abuse inquiry widened to include religious institutions

New Zealand child abuse inquiry widened to include religious institutions

Jacinda Ardern cites ‘moral duty’ after campaign by abuse survivors to include faith-based organisationsA royal commission into abuse in state care in New Zealand has been expanded to include those
Trump ditched cemetery visit to avoid causing Paris traffic jams, says Sanders

Trump ditched cemetery visit to avoid causing Paris traffic jams, says Sanders

When rain grounded Marine One, the president didn’t hit the road because it would have disrupted traffic, says White HouseDonald Trump didn’t attend an event honouring US military dead because he