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The best films of 2018 … that you didn't see

The best films of 2018 … that you didn't see

From a clammy thriller that’s getting a Hollywood remake to a dark rap battle comedy, Guardian writers pick their favourite underappreciated films of the year Continue reading...
Body dumped and potentially set alight in state forest near Taree

Body dumped and potentially set alight in state forest near Taree

Police search dense bushland in Yarrat state forest on NSW mid-north coast after firefighters find body while putting out blazeForensic police and homicide detectives will continue to search dense
'I'm here to work, not for sex': battling violence against women in Rwanda | Sophie Cousins

'I'm here to work, not for sex': battling violence against women in Rwanda | Sophie Cousins

A culture of victim-blaming and high levels of sexual and physical abuse are being tackled with tough laws as well as dedicated centres to help survivors Dressed in a red and green dress, Elise* sits
Two men drown in freak golf buggy accident in Thailand

Two men drown in freak golf buggy accident in Thailand

South Korean tourists were rammed by their wives in another buggy, throwing them all into a riverThe bodies have been found of two South Korean men who drowned after their golfing buggy collided with
The best photographs of 2018 – and the stories behind them

The best photographs of 2018 – and the stories behind them

From California wildfires and an erupting volcano to a close-up crocodile snap – photographers recall how they captured some of the defining images of the year. Selected by Sarah GilbertIndia
From Kavanaugh to the government shutdown – Trump's 2018 lowlights

From Kavanaugh to the government shutdown – Trump's 2018 lowlights

Part two: Trump praises Putin in Helsinki, Manafort is convicted, Cohen pleads guilty, Democrats win House of Representatives, Sessions and Mattis out, and more …Part one: From ‘shithole countries’ to
Japan shrinking as birthrate falls to lowest level in history

Japan shrinking as birthrate falls to lowest level in history

In 2018 there were 921,000 births and 1.37m deaths, with government efforts failing to encourage families to have more childrenJapan suffered its biggest population decline on record this year,
All Sydney Opal Tower residents evacuated for up to 10 days for crack investigation

All Sydney Opal Tower residents evacuated for up to 10 days for crack investigation

Building company insists that apartment block is structurally sound but move will let engineers ‘work around the clock’ to repair itAll residents of the brand new Sydney apartment building that
Spanish academic gets €1.5m EU grant to rescue 'women's writing'

Spanish academic gets €1.5m EU grant to rescue 'women's writing'

Project to bring recognition to women between 1500 and 1780 who wrote popular texts dismissed as minorA Spanish academic has embarked on a five-year quest to rescue the works of female writers from
Middle East: Saudi Arabia weakened as Iran plans to consolidate gains

Middle East: Saudi Arabia weakened as Iran plans to consolidate gains

Yemen war and killing of Jamal Khashoggi have put pressure on the kingdom that shows no sign of letting up in 2019If 2018 was the time of Mohammed bin Salman, the next year is likely to be anything
China's new live-streaming star wins legions of fans thanks to useless inventions

China's new live-streaming star wins legions of fans thanks to useless inventions

Geng Shuai makes a living from videos of absurd contraptions, including an alarm that goes off if your fly is openA meat cleaver that doubles as a cell phone case. A holder for a watermelon slice. A
‘It’s God’s plan’: the man who dreams of bringing intensive chicken farming to Africa

‘It’s God’s plan’: the man who dreams of bringing intensive chicken farming to Africa

A US mega-farm, a Christian backer and Africa’s oldest industrial chicken producer are bringing the world’s super birds to reform central Africa’s food market and feed the poorOn the evening of 7
Indonesia authorities raise Anak Krakatau volcano threat level

Indonesia authorities raise Anak Krakatau volcano threat level

Threat status climbs to second-highest level with no-go zone extended and flights reroutedAuthorities in Indonesia have raised the danger level for the volcano that triggered a tsunami on Saturday,
Australia v India: Boxing Day Test, day two – live!

Australia v India: Boxing Day Test, day two – live!

Live updates from day two of the third Test at the MCGJoin the conversation: via email or tweet @JPHowcroft 5.09am GMT 152nd over: India 369-5 (Rohit 30, Pant 2) Cummins has a breather which allows
Man dies at Grampians' MacKenzie Falls in fifth drowning since Christmas Eve

Man dies at Grampians' MacKenzie Falls in fifth drowning since Christmas Eve

Life savers and the government urge swimmers and holidaymakers to take extra care in and around the waterA New Zealander has drowned at a popular waterfall in the Grampians national park in western
US explorer Colin O'Brady completes first unaided solo trek of Antarctica

US explorer Colin O'Brady completes first unaided solo trek of Antarctica

Endurance athlete took 54 days to walk 932 miles across frozen continent, dragging a 170kg sledAn American has become the first person to traverse Antarctica alone without any assistance, trekking
Australian government and G4S hit with multiple lawsuits from Manus Island staff

Australian government and G4S hit with multiple lawsuits from Manus Island staff

Exclusive: At least four cases filed alleging security guards and managers were not provided with a safe workplaceThe Australian government and the security giant it contracts to secure offshore
Australia's extreme heatwave spans five states with high of 49C forecast

Australia's extreme heatwave spans five states with high of 49C forecast

Weather bureau tells Pilbara residents to expect scorching temperaturesAustralia’s post-Christmas heatwave continues to sweep across the country, with a near record-breaking 49C forecast for Western
Man who attacked dementia sufferer over a rake revealed as child killer

Man who attacked dementia sufferer over a rake revealed as child killer

Father of Lorraine Holt, murdered in 1979, criticises Parole Board for releasing Stephen ChaferA man who violently attacked a dementia sufferer in a row over garden tools has been revealed as a child
Families pray for Indian miners trapped underground for 13 days

Families pray for Indian miners trapped underground for 13 days

Floodwaters hamper rescuers after 15 workers marooned in illegal ‘rat-hole’ pit in north-eastern Meghalaya state Indian rescue workers have renewed their efforts to reach 15 coal miners trapped