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Staying alive: world leaders who have had to prove they haven't died

Staying alive: world leaders who have had to prove they haven't died

Ali Bongo, the president of Gabon, has become the latest leader forced to dispel rumours of his death It is one of the stranger occupational hazards for world leaders: that at some point in their
Crisis in New Zealand health services as depression and anxiety soar

Crisis in New Zealand health services as depression and anxiety soar

System neglects ‘missing middle’ of the population who face common problemsA landmark inquiry has found New Zealand’s mental health services are overwhelmed and geared towards crisis care rather than
Nasa probe reaches Bennu – asteroid that could one day hit Earth

Nasa probe reaches Bennu – asteroid that could one day hit Earth

Osiris-Rex spacecraft will eventually scoop up material for analysis back home After a two-year chase, a Nasa probe has reached the ancient asteroid Bennu. The robotic explorer Osiris-Rex pulled
CIA chief Haspel to brief US Senate leaders on Khashoggi's death

CIA chief Haspel to brief US Senate leaders on Khashoggi's death

Her absence from last week’s briefing by Trump administration officials had drawn some senators’ ireThe CIA director, Gina Haspel, is expected to brief US Senate leaders on the death of the Saudi
Cricketer Usman Khawaja's brother charged over 'terrorism' notebook

Cricketer Usman Khawaja's brother charged over 'terrorism' notebook

Arsalan Khawaja charged over alleged ‘hitlist’ that led to wrongful arrest of student Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen The brother of Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja has been charged with attempting to
Charlottesville trial: activist was 'pulseless' after being hit by car, court hears

Charlottesville trial: activist was 'pulseless' after being hit by car, court hears

First responder describes coming upon Heather Heyer after James Fields drove his car into counter-protestersA jury in Charlottesville heard testimony on Monday from a first responder who said activist
Italy's M5S sacks entire board of health experts, sparking political interference concerns

Italy's M5S sacks entire board of health experts, sparking political interference concerns

Concern as Giulia Grillo, from the vaccine-sceptic Five Star Movement, says she will replace esteemed panel with ‘other deserving personalities’Italy’s health minister has sacked the entire board of
Ada Hegerberg: first women’s Ballon d’Or marred as winner is asked to twerk

Ada Hegerberg: first women’s Ballon d’Or marred as winner is asked to twerk

• Host DJ Martin Solveig has since apologised for his comment • Luka Modric won men’s award to break Ronaldo-Messi duopoly • The 100 best female footballers in the world 2018: part oneLuka Modric
Bushfires in the tropics: Queensland faces terrifying new reality

Bushfires in the tropics: Queensland faces terrifying new reality

With cyclone season under way, exhausted emergency services are more aware than most that climate change is beginning to pose impossible challenges Late on Sunday night, a tropical cyclone formed off
Morrison defends dumping energy policy despite Turnbull speech – politics live

Morrison defends dumping energy policy despite Turnbull speech – politics live

Former PM calls for his party to adopt the national energy guarantee once more. All the day’s events, live 5.55am GMT On the divesture laws, Mark Butler won’t say if Labor, if in government, would
Trump's praise for Roger Stone could amount to witness tampering – experts

Trump's praise for Roger Stone could amount to witness tampering – experts

President on Stone: ‘Nice to know some people still have guts!’ Tweet seemed to breach US code but case may be hard to proveDonald Trump heaped public praise on a potential witness in the Russia
Senior minister could be suspended over Brexit legal advice

Senior minister could be suspended over Brexit legal advice

MPs will hold debate on Tuesday after Speaker John Bercow accepted contempt motion A senior minister is at risk of being suspended from the House of Commons after Labour and the Democratic Unionist
Refugee families allowed to enter UK after 20 years at RAF base

Refugee families allowed to enter UK after 20 years at RAF base

Six families receive permanent residence after two-decade stay at RAF Akrotiri in CyprusSix refugee families who have been stranded on a sovereign British army base in Cyprus for more than 20 years
Trump’s trade war truce with China fragile and hurdle-strewn | Nils Pratley

Trump’s trade war truce with China fragile and hurdle-strewn | Nils Pratley

Despite stock markets surging, timeframe for reaching deal to end hostilities appears too tightAs ever with financial markets, what matters is the difference from expectations. Investors did not think
Forbes: seven-year-old YouTuber makes £17.3m in one year

Forbes: seven-year-old YouTuber makes £17.3m in one year

US toy reviewer Ryan beats UK’s Daniel Middleton to the top spot for highest earningsA seven-year-old American boy who reviews toys has topped a list of the highest-earning YouTube stars after making
Iran missile tests may breach UN resolution, France and UK warn

Iran missile tests may breach UN resolution, France and UK warn

US could see remarks as first sign of Europeans’ wavering support for nuclear dealFrance and the UK have echoed warnings by Donald Trump’s administration that Iran may be in breach of United Nations
Michelle Obama tells London school she still has impostor syndrome

Michelle Obama tells London school she still has impostor syndrome

Former US first lady recalled not fitting in as a child and encouraged girls to dream bigMichelle Obama, the former US first lady, has said she still feels imposter syndrome despite her eight years as
Flatshare bias: room-seekers with Muslim name get fewer replies

Flatshare bias: room-seekers with Muslim name get fewer replies

‘Muhammad’ less likely than ‘David’ to get a positive response, Guardian investigation finds• How we carried out the surveyPeople from ethnic minorities face arbitrary discrimination when they look
How we carried out our survey of flatshare bias

How we carried out our survey of flatshare bias

Inquiries from a person with a Muslim name about flatshare ads receive fewer positive responses. Here is how we reached the findingsTo test whether people with names associated with a specific
Share your reaction and experiences of the French gilets jaunes protests

Share your reaction and experiences of the French gilets jaunes protests

Did you take part in the protests in Paris or elsewhere? How do you feel about the unrest? We’d like to hear from you Anti-government demonstrations led to central Paris experiencing its worst