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Experts express grave concern as Congo Ebola outbreak gathers pace

Experts express grave concern as Congo Ebola outbreak gathers pace

Faltering national response to epidemic prompts concern over wider regional threatExperts at an emergency meeting on the recent escalation of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have stopped
Self-made superheroes and street naps: Manila – a cartoon

Self-made superheroes and street naps: Manila – a cartoon

Inspired by the Japanese Ukiyo-E woodblock prints of the Floating World, Marius Black’s portraits show the daily urban life of Filipinos Inspired by the Japanese Ukiyo-E woodblock prints of the
US urges Saudi prince to ditch aide linked to Khashoggi killing

US urges Saudi prince to ditch aide linked to Khashoggi killing

Mohammed bin Salman is privately urged to cut ties with adviser implicated in murderMike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, has privately urged Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the heir to the Saudi
Cut! Is this the death of sex in cinema?

Cut! Is this the death of sex in cinema?

The number of films classified 18 for sex has plummeted. We explore how studio pressure, #MeToo nerves and the proliferation of porn created a new puritanism Peter Bradshaw’s top five sex scenesIf you
Swedish man jailed in Ecuador over alleged WikiLeaks involvement

Swedish man jailed in Ecuador over alleged WikiLeaks involvement

Authorities investigating whether Ola Bini was working with WikiLeaks and Assange as part of attempt to ‘destabilise’ Ecuador A judge in Ecuador has jailed a Swedish software developer whom
Powehi: black hole gets a name meaning 'the adorned fathomless dark creation'

Powehi: black hole gets a name meaning 'the adorned fathomless dark creation'

Language professor in Hawaii comes up with name welcomed by scientists who captured first image of galactic phenomenonThe black hole that was depicted for the first time this week in in an image
Hoxha era ends in Albania – archive, 12 April 1985

Hoxha era ends in Albania – archive, 12 April 1985

12 April 1985: The Balkan state Communist dictator Enver Hoxha dies after forty years of iron rule Europe’s last surviving war-time leader, Mr Enver Hoxha, of Albania, died yesterday after 40 years of
Benjamin Netanyahu: the enduring hardman of Israeli politics

Benjamin Netanyahu: the enduring hardman of Israeli politics

Ultranationalist PM has been at heart of backlash against peace efforts during 13 years in power It was a win by the slimmest margin. Back in 1996, Benjamin Netanyahu took the Israeli election by less
White House considered releasing detained migrants in sanctuary cities – report

White House considered releasing detained migrants in sanctuary cities – report

Officials sought to pressure immigration authorities in effort to retaliate against Trump’s political opponents, Washington Post reportsWhite House officials have tried to pressure to release migrants
Donald Trump floats idea of third North Korea summit despite failed Hanoi talks

Donald Trump floats idea of third North Korea summit despite failed Hanoi talks

US president said he ‘enjoys the summits’ with chairman Kim Jong-un and is hopeful for progress on sanctions and human rightsDonald Trump has said he is considering a potential third nuclear summit
Botched penis enlargements: Papua New Guinea doctors warn of nationwide problem

Botched penis enlargements: Papua New Guinea doctors warn of nationwide problem

One clinic has treated at least 500 men in past two years with penile disfigurement and dysfunction from injections gone wrongDoctors in Papua New Guinea have warned of a “nationwide problem” of men
Jussie Smollett: Chicago sues Empire actor to recoup cost of investigation

Jussie Smollett: Chicago sues Empire actor to recoup cost of investigation

Actor had refused to reimburse city for overtime as police sought to verify his account of a racist, anti-gay attack Chicago filed a lawsuit against Jussie Smollett on Thursday in a bid to recoup the
Millions of Chinese youth 'volunteers' to be sent to villages in echo of Maoist policy

Millions of Chinese youth 'volunteers' to be sent to villages in echo of Maoist policy

Communist Youth League students to ‘spread civilisation’ in countryside and ‘promote technology’China is planning to send millions of youth “volunteers” back to villages, raising fears of a return to
Nipsey Hussle: Snoop Dogg and Stevie Wonder pay respects as memorial draws 21,000

Nipsey Hussle: Snoop Dogg and Stevie Wonder pay respects as memorial draws 21,000

Friends, family and fans gather in Los Angeles as blogger reads letter from Barack Obama to crowdNipsey Hussle’s legacy as a persistent rapper, community activist, uniter, doting father, protective
Stormzy pulls out of Austrian festival citing 'racial profiling'

Stormzy pulls out of Austrian festival citing 'racial profiling'

Rapper cancels headline slot at Snowbombing hours before he was due to go on stage Stormzy has pulled out of his headline slot at Snowbombing festival just hours before he was due to perform, after
Federal election 2019: 'We did not provide a total' – Treasury distances itself from $387bn cost of Labor policies – as it happened

Federal election 2019: 'We did not provide a total' – Treasury distances itself from $387bn cost of Labor policies – as it happened

Day two of the 2019 Australian election campaign saw claim and counterclaim from the Coalition and Labor 8.41am BST The campaigns have gone quiet.At this stage, they are still in Sydney, but that
How Donald Trump spoke about WikiLeaks during 2016 presidential campaign – video report

How Donald Trump spoke about WikiLeaks during 2016 presidential campaign – video report

After WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Thursday, Donald Trump claimed not to know anything about WikiLeaks and that it's 'not his thing'. The US
Brazilian comedian gets jail sentence for video attacking leftwing politician

Brazilian comedian gets jail sentence for video attacking leftwing politician

Danilo Gentili, a conservative known for his aggressive attacks on the left, was tried over a 2017 clip he shared on social mediaA row over free speech has erupted in Brazil after a foul-mouthed
Ex-soldier charged with killing Slovak journalist said to have confessed

Ex-soldier charged with killing Slovak journalist said to have confessed

Miroslav Marček was already in custody over murder of Jan Kuciak and Martina KusnirovaA former soldier charged with killing investigative journalist Ján Kuciak has confessed to his murder, three
‘We have not managed to land successfully’: Israel's moonshot fails

‘We have not managed to land successfully’: Israel's moonshot fails

Spacecraft crashes in to lunar surface after engine and communications breakdownAn Israeli spacecraft has crashed into the lunar surface, ending the first privately funded attempt to land on the