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Berlin recreates Nazi-baiting art exhibition from 1938

Berlin recreates Nazi-baiting art exhibition from 1938

Original London show was hailed as protest against Nazi censorship of artists they labelled ‘degenerate’A Berlin gallery has reconstructed an exhibition of German modern art 80 years after it was
Dancing, dogs and the dumbest of spies: is truth stranger than fiction?

Dancing, dogs and the dumbest of spies: is truth stranger than fiction?

Also this week: surreal sights at the Tory summit help me create the ultimate Bear Grylls-style TV showMondayOne of the more stressful things about the Conservative party conference is that there is
Millionaire refuses to take down 'Bollocks to Brexit' poster

Millionaire refuses to take down 'Bollocks to Brexit' poster

Council tells Pimlico Plumbers founder he must apply for planning consent for sign An outspoken former Conservative party donor has said he is prepared to go to prison to keep a giant “Bollocks to
How we roasted Donald Duck, Disney's agent of imperialism | Ariel Dorfman

How we roasted Donald Duck, Disney's agent of imperialism | Ariel Dorfman

When Ariel Dorfman co-wrote a book finding colonialist intent in the actions of a well-loved cartoon character, it got burned in Chile’s streets and earned him death threats. Now it’s back – and newly
Melania Trump goes solo in Africa - in pictures

Melania Trump goes solo in Africa - in pictures

The US first lady’s maiden international trip without her husband took in children and elephants during a five-day, four-country tour that included Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt Continue reading...
French investigate after Interpol chief Meng Hongwei goes missing

French investigate after Interpol chief Meng Hongwei goes missing

Wife says she has not heard from her husband since he returned to China last weekFrench police have opened an investigation after the wife of the president of Interpol, Meng Hongwei, said she had not
Liam Fox gives Theresa May's Brexit plans his qualified endorsement

Liam Fox gives Theresa May's Brexit plans his qualified endorsement

Minister says UK must leave EU in March but departure is at risk without compromiseThe international trade secretary, Liam Fox, has said he will back Theresa May’s Brexit proposals for Brexit on the
Nadia Murad carries the fight for traumatised Yazidis

Nadia Murad carries the fight for traumatised Yazidis

The Iraqi campaigner’s Nobel prize is inspiring and much-needed, writes Emma Graham-Harrison, who has reported for the Guardian and Observer on the plight of Yazidi womenAs a child, Nadia Murad Basee
Nobel peace prize goes to campaigners against sexual violence

Nobel peace prize goes to campaigners against sexual violence

Gynaecologist Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad are jointly awardedTwo leaders of the struggle against sexual violence in war have won this year’s Nobel peace prize, a choice that will
Heroes and victories: selflessness in Indonesia and noble Nobel winners

Heroes and victories: selflessness in Indonesia and noble Nobel winners

This week’s Upside digest champions heroic acts and selfless deeds across the worldDo we need heroes? Galileo thought not, musing gloomily: “Unhappy is the land that needs a hero.” But more recent
Susan Collins says she will vote yes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh – as it happened

Susan Collins says she will vote yes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh – as it happened

Democrat Joe Manchin also confirms he will vote yesFinal confirmation vote likely to be held on Saturday Q&A: where things stand in the controversial confirmation battle 11.10pm BST We’re ending
Nobel peace prize 2018 won by Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad - live updates

Nobel peace prize 2018 won by Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad - live updates

Mukwege and Murad recognised for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon in warLong read: The village where dozens of young girls have been raped is still waiting for justice
Sweden's 'true queen', 8, pulls ancient sword from lake

Sweden's 'true queen', 8, pulls ancient sword from lake

Saga Nevecek discovers 1,500-year-old sword while skimming stonesAn eight-year-old girl has pulled a 1,500-year-old sword from a lake in southern Sweden.“I felt something with my hand and at first I
Why the next three months are crucial for the future of the planet

Why the next three months are crucial for the future of the planet

Two forthcoming major climate talks offer governments an opportunity to respond to this year’s extreme weather with decisive actionThe warning signals of climate change that have hit people around the
Nobel peace prize joint winner Nadia Murad's powerful 2016 speech to the UN – video

Nobel peace prize joint winner Nadia Murad's powerful 2016 speech to the UN – video

Nadia Murad has been jointly awarded the 2018 Nobel peace prize for her efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war. Here, she recounts the harrowing experience of being abducted with
Raccoons v Toronto: how 'trash pandas' conquered the city

Raccoons v Toronto: how 'trash pandas' conquered the city

The mayor has pledged to defeat the animals as some residents see them as scrappy heroes. But, like everyone else in Toronto, the raccoons are battling for spaceMost Toronto residents have a raccoon
Sydney Opera House ordered to display horse racing advertising on its sails

Sydney Opera House ordered to display horse racing advertising on its sails

New South Wales government tells Unesco-listed venue to comply after talkback radio host Alan Jones berates chief executiveThe NSW government has ordered the Sydney Opera House to display a racing
Cuadrilla to revive UK fracking drive within days at Lancashire well

Cuadrilla to revive UK fracking drive within days at Lancashire well

Shale gas giant to restart controversial drilling after years of delays and protestsThe UK shale industry’s long-delayed fracking drive will begin again next week, after the leading company Cuadrilla
Britain wilfully ignored its promise to child refugees. That shame has to end | Stella Creasy

Britain wilfully ignored its promise to child refugees. That shame has to end | Stella Creasy

It is a scandal that it took a court case to remind the government of its obligations under the Dubs amendmentIt’s almost two years since the police set fire to the Calais refugee camp at our border
Crime soars on Britain's railways

Crime soars on Britain's railways

Sharp rise in number of violent and sexual offences fuels increase, police figures revealCrimes recorded on Britain’s railways have increased by 17%, fuelled by a sharp rise in the number of violent