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The end of the Arctic as we know it

The end of the Arctic as we know it

Less oxygen and ice, more acid and heat. Jonathan Watts joins an expedition studying what this means for the planetThe demise of an entire ocean is almost too enormous to grasp, but as the expedition
Jeremy Corbyn shrugs off referendum calls after byelection win

Jeremy Corbyn shrugs off referendum calls after byelection win

Labour leader says ‘not yet’ to calls for people’s vote, urging Tories to call general election Jeremy Corbyn has indicated he will not bow to party pressure and move immediately towards demanding a
It's not just girls – one in 30 young men were married as children

It's not just girls – one in 30 young men were married as children

Central African Republic has the highest rate of boy grooms, followed by Nicaragua, Madagascar, Nauru and HondurasOne in 30 young men were married as children, according to the first UN analysis of
When in Rome, don't dress as a centurion, say city authorities

When in Rome, don't dress as a centurion, say city authorities

Messy eating near monuments and singing on public transport are also banned by new rulesDressed as a gladiator, Remi Sanz, a visitor from Spain, was unaware that his outfit might land him in trouble
Eiffel Tower revamp to turn roads into garden in heart of Paris

Eiffel Tower revamp to turn roads into garden in heart of Paris

€72m makeover will create mile-long stretch of pools, fountains and parks A garden stretches for a mile, free of cars with one of the world’s most recognisable monuments at its centre. Crossing the
Russian TV to air its own patriotic retelling of Chernobyl story

Russian TV to air its own patriotic retelling of Chernobyl story

Russian version will revolve around role of a CIA agent before the nuclear accidentRussian state TV is set to air its own drama about the deadly 1986 Chernobyl disaster – but unlike the HBO series,
Trump's family holiday to UK Disneyland makes for painful viewing | John Crace

Trump's family holiday to UK Disneyland makes for painful viewing | John Crace

With sketch writers banned from his press conference with Theresa May, I was forced to endure it on TVSometimes I worry I am more psychically connected to Tottenham Hotspur than is healthy. Having
'I feel hopeful': New Zealanders cautiously welcome Wellbeing Budget

'I feel hopeful': New Zealanders cautiously welcome Wellbeing Budget

Praise for spending on mental health and child wellbeing is tempered with concerns that the economic plan fails to address root causes of inequalityPensioner Garry Harvey lived in Australia for
New IRA claims responsibility for car bomb attempt

New IRA claims responsibility for car bomb attempt

Republican dissident group says it planted device found under police officer’s carThe New IRA has claimed responsibility for an attempt to murder a police officer with a car bomb in Northern Ireland
Barcelona port is worst in Europe for cruise ship air pollution

Barcelona port is worst in Europe for cruise ship air pollution

City tops list of 50 European ports for both sulphur oxide and nitrogen oxide emissionsThe port of Barcelona, a city already overwhelmed by mass tourism, has topped a list of 50 European ports for the
'Straight pride' group removes Brad Pitt as mascot after actor complains

'Straight pride' group removes Brad Pitt as mascot after actor complains

Super Happy Fun America adopts Milo Yiannopoulos as new face of campaign advocating for ‘oppressed majority’ of heterosexualsA group of activists defending heterosexual rights have taken down a
German growth forecast slashed as Brexit stockpiling boost fades - business live

German growth forecast slashed as Brexit stockpiling boost fades - business live

Disappointing factory output, and the biggest drop in monthly exports in four years, shows Germany’s economy remains weakLatest: Bundesbank slashes growth forecastsIntroduction: Germany had a bad
Israeli tycoon 'hired intelligence firm to influence tax policy'

Israeli tycoon 'hired intelligence firm to influence tax policy'

Idan Ofer allegedly hired Black Cube in 2014 but firm denies meeting and is suing TV showAn Israeli investigative TV show has claimed that one of the country’s richest men hired the Israeli
Dancing at sunrise: life in Mexico's land of the artists – a cartoon

Dancing at sunrise: life in Mexico's land of the artists – a cartoon

In Aguascalientes, creativity bubbles up like hot water from its springs, says Ernesto Sin Continue reading...
Honduras abortion misery a 'frightening preview' of America's future – study

Honduras abortion misery a 'frightening preview' of America's future – study

Reproductive rights pushback could leave American women facing same life-or-death choices as Hondurans, say researchersOne woman handcuffed by police after suffering a miscarriage, another forced to
Inquiry into oil tanker attacks stops short of blaming Iran

Inquiry into oil tanker attacks stops short of blaming Iran

UN security council hears unidentified state was behind explosions in Gulf last month An unidentified state actor has been blamed for attacks on four oil tankers in the Gulf last month, according to
Body of missing Queensland toddler Ruben Scott found in dam

Body of missing Queensland toddler Ruben Scott found in dam

Divers found two-year-old’s body after searching a large dam near his family’s Cape York homeThe body of a toddler missing for days on a remote cattle station on Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula has
Chernobyl now: 'I was not afraid of radiation' – a photo essay

Chernobyl now: 'I was not afraid of radiation' – a photo essay

Photographer Tom Skipp visited Chernobyl and nearby Pripyat, its replacement town Slavutych, and the abandoned sites of the region – meeting the people behind the disaster: from the liquidators who
Vietnam blogger jailed for six years for Facebook posts calling for peaceful protests

Vietnam blogger jailed for six years for Facebook posts calling for peaceful protests

European Union criticises imprisonment of Nguyen Ngoc Anh, saying he has right to peaceful freedom of expression An environmental activist has been jailed for six years in Vietnam for “anti-state”
‘I want to die on my native soil’: exiled Chagos Islanders dream of return

‘I want to die on my native soil’: exiled Chagos Islanders dream of return

People evicted from former British colony hope new documentary Another Paradise will reinforce UN calls for withdrawalThe Chagos Islanders have had few victories in their long battle to return from