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County Cork gains three restaurants in 2019 Michelin guide

County Cork gains three restaurants in 2019 Michelin guide

Chefs at Ichigo Ichie in Cork city, Mews in Baltimore and Chestnut in Ballydehob recognisedCounty Cork in Ireland, the home of Roy Keane and rugged coastlines, has a new claim to fame: it’s now a
'I never believed there could be a tsunami': Palu tells of survival and loss

'I never believed there could be a tsunami': Palu tells of survival and loss

A week on, survivors in flattened Indonesian city try to stem the tears as they recount their storiesAmirullah, 55, was having a late afternoon nap in his home on Palu bay when the earthquake shook
How rightwing conspiracy theorists attacked Christine Blasey Ford's testimony

How rightwing conspiracy theorists attacked Christine Blasey Ford's testimony

For many on the fringe, lies about Ford are more palatable than the idea that she is telling the truth about Brett KavanaughConservatives did not stand idle while the FBI completed its limited
Man guilty of trying to murder ex-Eurotunnel boss in Tube push

Man guilty of trying to murder ex-Eurotunnel boss in Tube push

Robert Malpas, 91, was shoved by Paul Crossley, who attacked another man the previous dayA man who pushed a former Eurotunnel manager on to the tracks of the London Underground has been found guilty
Release of Rwandan presidential critic raises hopes of political tolerance

Release of Rwandan presidential critic raises hopes of political tolerance

Diane Rwigara had accused Paul Kagame of stifling dissent and her freedom follows pardon for more than 1,000 prisonersA Rwandan judge has ordered the release on bail of a vocal critic of Paul Kagame,
Graham Norton: ‘In a world going to hell in a handcart, Ireland is a wonderful beacon’

Graham Norton: ‘In a world going to hell in a handcart, Ireland is a wonderful beacon’

The chatshow host’s new novel centres on Irish lives dominated by shame and repression. Yet, after ‘decades of darkness’, the country’s legalisation of abortion and gay marriage have made him
'In France, poets never die': Macron pays tribute to Aznavour

'In France, poets never die': Macron pays tribute to Aznavour

‘Son of immigrants’ likened to Apollinaire and praised for his cultural contribution to France France has given a full state farewell to Charles Aznavour, the singer-songwriter hailed as one of the
Republican senator waves off female protesters and tells them to 'grow up' – video

Republican senator waves off female protesters and tells them to 'grow up' – video

Orrin Hatch, one of the mostly male Republicans pushing Brett Kavanaugh's supreme court nomination, tells a mainly female group to 'grow up' when they confront him at the senate Sexual assault victims
Nobel peace prize joint winner Denis Mukwege on finding hope in the horror of war – archive video

Nobel peace prize joint winner Denis Mukwege on finding hope in the horror of war – archive video

In an interview from 2014, Denis Mukwege, a gynaecologist, talks about the hospital he founded in the Democratic Republic of the Congo where he has cared for thousands of women who have been sexually
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