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Netflix warns viewers against Bird Box challenge meme: 'Do not end up in hospital'

Netflix warns viewers against Bird Box challenge meme: 'Do not end up in hospital'

The streaming giant has cautioned those mimicking Sandra Bullock’s character by walking around blindfolded to try not to injure themselvesLast week Netflix claimed that 45 million of its subscribers
Why 'good populism' is the wrong strategy to fight 'bad populism' | Cas Mudde

Why 'good populism' is the wrong strategy to fight 'bad populism' | Cas Mudde

Many traditional parties are trying to co-opt the agenda of the radical right in order to defeat them. But various elections in 2018 reveal the limits of that approach After the Dutch parliamentary
‘The sunrise city’: Florida community reconciles with history of 1920s race riot

‘The sunrise city’: Florida community reconciles with history of 1920s race riot

Politicians and activists of Ocoee found recognition for seemingly forgotten victims of the ‘single bloodiest day’ in US historyIt has been almost a century since Gladys Franks Bell’s father fled an
Beyoncé and Jay-Z help Louvre museum break visitor record in 2018

Beyoncé and Jay-Z help Louvre museum break visitor record in 2018

More than 10m visited Paris museum, with interest boosted by music video filmed thereThe Louvre, the world’s most visited museum, broke all ticket office records last year with more than 10 million
Searching for scrap in Guatemala City – in pictures

Searching for scrap in Guatemala City – in pictures

Workers known as guajeros descend daily to search for recyclable items at one of the biggest rubbish dumps in Guatemala City. Hundreds carry out the work, which is dangerous due to mudslides and
Saudi prosecutors seek death penalty for Khashoggi suspects

Saudi prosecutors seek death penalty for Khashoggi suspects

Eleven suspects attend first court hearing following killing of journalistA Saudi prosecutor has asked for the death penalty for five of 11 suspects held over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the
Apple’s shock downgrade rattles global stock markets

Apple’s shock downgrade rattles global stock markets

Firms with exposure to China hit over fears the Silicon Valley giant’s slowdown could spreadiPhone slump: the rivals taking a bite out of Apple Share prices have fallen on all the world’s major stock
Italian health chief says he resigned over 'anti-scientific' policies

Italian health chief says he resigned over 'anti-scientific' policies

Walter Ricciardi says populist government has ‘difficulty interacting with science’The head of Italy’s national health research organisation has said he was forced to quit because of the
UK army recruitment ads target 'snowflake' millennials

UK army recruitment ads target 'snowflake' millennials

Campaign says army could use the ‘compassion’ of ‘snowflakes’ and the ‘focus’ of phone zombiesThe British army is calling on “snowflakes, selfie addicts, class clowns, phone zombies, and me, me,
Behind the El Chapo trial: what's been left unsaid in a New York courtroom

Behind the El Chapo trial: what's been left unsaid in a New York courtroom

The alleged Mexican drug kingpin’s trial resumes on Thursday but, amid riveting testimony so far, strange silences have lurkedThe tectonic plates beneath a big mafia trial shift out of sight from the
Apple shock and weak data drag down Wall Street – business live

Apple shock and weak data drag down Wall Street – business live

Global stock markets weaken as phonemaker sparks growth fears Apple’s shock profit warning sends European shares slidingApple stocks tumble after company cuts forecasts for key quarter 3.54pm GMT
China's Chang'e 4 probe lands on 'dark' side of the moon – video report

China's Chang'e 4 probe lands on 'dark' side of the moon – video report

A Chinese spacecraft has made the first landing on the far side of the moon, touching down in the South Pole-Aitken basin. The mission aims to take detailed measurements of the moon’s terrain and
Hunt backs Javid in Channel crossings row

Hunt backs Javid in Channel crossings row

Foreign secretary says priority is to discourage people from attempting risky journeyThe foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has backed Sajid Javid after the home secretary was criticised for questioning
Death toll rises to 37 in Russian apartment block collapse

Death toll rises to 37 in Russian apartment block collapse

Bodies recovered from rubble of 10-storey building in industrial city of MagnitogorskThirty-seven bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment building that partially collapsed
Too little, too late? The battle to save Tripoli's futuristic fairground

Too little, too late? The battle to save Tripoli's futuristic fairground

Designed by Brazilian modernist Oscar Niemeyer, Lebanon’s international expo site has been abandoned since civil war broke out in the 1970s“It could collapse at any time,” says the architect and
'I can be myself': the British Asian girls who found freedom in cricket

'I can be myself': the British Asian girls who found freedom in cricket

BBC documentary Bats, Balls and Bradford Girls follows a group of teenagers reunited for one last tournament“We are rebels within our community. We do what Asian girls from Bradford are not supposed
Mother of student held over Ortega protest in global plea for help

Mother of student held over Ortega protest in global plea for help

Family of activist Amaya Eva Coppens, 24, appeal for help to ‘stop the repression’ of Nicaraguan governmentThe mother of a medical student facing more than 20 years in prison for protesting against
'What is the sea telling us?': Māori tribes fearful over whale strandings | Eleanor Ainge Roy

'What is the sea telling us?': Māori tribes fearful over whale strandings | Eleanor Ainge Roy

New Zealand’s whale whisperers worry that manmade changes in the ocean are behind the spike in beachingsWhale whisperer Hori Parata was just seven years old when he attended his first mass stranding,
Thailand: tourists flee as Tropical Storm Pabuk set to bring seven-metre waves

Thailand: tourists flee as Tropical Storm Pabuk set to bring seven-metre waves

Thousands leave spots including Koh Phangan and Koh Tao as area’s first tropical storm outside monsoon for about 30 years loomsTens of thousands of tourists have fled the Thai resort islands of Koh
Magistrate faces investigation for suggesting alleged rape victim had 'buyer's remorse'

Magistrate faces investigation for suggesting alleged rape victim had 'buyer's remorse'

Richard Pithouse referred to Judicial Commission of Victoria after reportedly saying woman put herself into position of allegedly being assaulted The Victorian attorney general, Jill Hennessy, has