Nothing was found on your request

The Guardian: World News: news on page 459

World economy at risk of another financial crash, says IMF

World economy at risk of another financial crash, says IMF

Debt is above 2008 level and failure to reform banking system could trigger crisisThe world economy is at risk of another financial meltdown, following the failure of governments and regulators to
Canada: man freed from indefinite immigration detention after six years

Canada: man freed from indefinite immigration detention after six years

Ebrahim Toure’s release prompted renewed criticism of a system that can incarcerate people with no upper limitsThe release of a stateless man who was held without charges by Canadian immigration
Former Malaysian PM's wife held over money laundering claims

Former Malaysian PM's wife held over money laundering claims

Rosmah Mansor arrested in connection with long-running 1MDB corruption scandalRosmah Mansor, the wife of the former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak, who was widely mocked for her luxury
Grenfell tenants were bullied during refurbishment, says fire survivor

Grenfell tenants were bullied during refurbishment, says fire survivor

Antonio Roncolato tells inquiry residents were unhappy about relocation of gas boilers in tower’s corridorsOne of the last people to escape Grenfell Tower has claimed residents were bullied by the
'I saw my neighbours get buried alive': the mud-swamped Indonesian village

'I saw my neighbours get buried alive': the mud-swamped Indonesian village

Survivors in Petobo, Sulawesi, describe the destruction of their homes, village and community“It’s like that movie, 2012: doomsday,” says 24-year-old Joshua Michael, as he struggles for a fitting
Theresa May scraps borrowing cap for councils to build new homes – Politics live

Theresa May scraps borrowing cap for councils to build new homes – Politics live

Prime minister dances on stage to Abba ahead of her keynote speech on the final day of the Conservative conference in BirminghamDancing Queen: Theresa May steps out again 12.59pm BST May says, where
Stephen Hawking's first wife intensifies attack on The Theory of Everything

Stephen Hawking's first wife intensifies attack on The Theory of Everything

Jane Hawking has stepped up her assertion that acclaimed 2014 biopic misrepresents her marriageJane Hawking, the first wife of late physicist and author Stephen Hawking, has further asserted that an
'I won't stay silent': Nicaragua's 'blond commander' vows to fight on from exile

'I won't stay silent': Nicaragua's 'blond commander' vows to fight on from exile

Anti-Ortega hero Nahmoy Urbina flees to Costa Rica after new terrorism law sparks ‘witch hunt’Branded a terrorist by the government and a hero by her fellow protesters, Nahomy Urbina has become a
International court of justice orders US to lift new Iran sanctions

International court of justice orders US to lift new Iran sanctions

Judges in The Hague find unanimously in favour of Iran but court has no way to enforce rulingThe UN’s international court of justice has reprimanded the US over its re-imposition of sanctions on Iran,
Turkey makes it easier for people to change embarrassing names like Jackal or Testicle

Turkey makes it easier for people to change embarrassing names like Jackal or Testicle

Some 105,000 people apply to change misspelled and humorous names “I’m getting rid of my name,” said Karaca Satılmış, an actor from Istanbul. “It has held me back professionally.”Satılmış means
Tesco profits fall despite sales surge in UK

Tesco profits fall despite sales surge in UK

Wholesale chain takeover spurs best UK sales in decade but new rules in Thailand and Poland cut profits and dent share priceTesco has increased its UK sales at the fastest pace in at least a decade,
On Washington's McNeil Island, the only residents are 214 dangerous sex offenders

On Washington's McNeil Island, the only residents are 214 dangerous sex offenders

Civil commitment centers, which exist in less than half of US states, are meant as a community safeguard, but they’re riddled with controversiesA small island in the state of Washington houses a group
As Bangkok sinks, could this anti-flood park be the answer?

As Bangkok sinks, could this anti-flood park be the answer?

Vast underground reservoirs beneath the city’s Centenary Park can store 1m gallons of waterBangkok is sinking – fast. As urban development continues unabated, this city of more than 10 million people
Frances H Arnold, George P Smith and Gregory P Winter win Nobel prize in chemistry

Frances H Arnold, George P Smith and Gregory P Winter win Nobel prize in chemistry

Briton and two Americans honoured for using evolutionary principles to develop proteins that have been used in new drugs and medical treatmentsNobel prize in chemistry awarded for pioneering work on
Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi missing after visit to consulate

Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi missing after visit to consulate

Fiancee and close friend say writer did not emerge from Saudi mission in IstanbulA Saudi journalist known as one of the country’s most outspoken critics has gone missing after visiting its consulate
Pret a Manger to bring in full labelling after teenager's death

Pret a Manger to bring in full labelling after teenager's death

Ednan-Laperouse, 15, collapsed on a British Airways flight from London to Nice on 17 July 2016 after eating an artichoke, olive and tapenade baguette she bought at a Pret outlet at Heathrow airport.
Volcano erupts on tsunami-hit island in Indonesia – video

Volcano erupts on tsunami-hit island in Indonesia – video

The Soputan volcano has erupted just days after a tsunami hit the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, with volcanic ash seen up to 4,000 metres in the air. So far no casualties have been reported as a
Parliamentary library was pressured on My Health Record advice, emails reveal

Parliamentary library was pressured on My Health Record advice, emails reveal

The health department complained that the library’s advice contradicted Greg Hunt’s assurances on police accessPressure from the health department prompted the parliamentary library to remove then
Australia on track to wipe out cervical cancer within 20 years

Australia on track to wipe out cervical cancer within 20 years

Research says disease will soon be a rarity thanks to screening and school immunisationAustralia looks set to become the first country in the world to wipe out cervical cancer, thanks to national
'Don't touch my Vespa!' Why Genoa is threatening to ban its icon of cool

'Don't touch my Vespa!' Why Genoa is threatening to ban its icon of cool

Nothing symbolises Italian urban chic quite like the Vespa. But in the city that gave birth to them, the diehards suddenly have a fight on their handsCorrado Nicora is talking about the flyest Vespa