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‘Tied to trees and raped’: UN report details Rohingya horrors

‘Tied to trees and raped’: UN report details Rohingya horrors

UN investigators publish report detailing evidence for accusation of genocide against Burmese military • Warning: graphic information in this report may upset some readers Horrific accounts of
Democrats taking Senate 'would be bigger shock than Trump in 2016'

Democrats taking Senate 'would be bigger shock than Trump in 2016'

YouGov pollster plays down talk of a blue wave sweeping away Republican majority: ‘Democrats have to win seven of the nine. I think the odds of that happening are not good’Democrats aiming to take the
Donald Trump's reliance on Chinese restraint is risky

Donald Trump's reliance on Chinese restraint is risky

Xi Jinping may grow tired of role as ‘adult in the room’ in dealings with US presidentChina’s response to Donald Trump’s escalating trade war has been relatively restrained so far. But Tuesday’s
Barnaby Joyce sexual harassment allegation: Catherine Marriott speaks out

Barnaby Joyce sexual harassment allegation: Catherine Marriott speaks out

The rural advocate says she never wanted the allegation to become public but complaint to National party was leaked within days Rural advocate Catherine Marriott has spoken out about her allegations
Parts of North Carolina submerged after Hurricane Florence – aerial video

Parts of North Carolina submerged after Hurricane Florence – aerial video

With 1,500 roads closed across the state, fire and rescue crews are struggling to reach hundreds of stranded people. Florence has dumped up to 36 inches (91cm) of rain on the state since Thursday,
Sajid Javid lodges secrecy application at Russian whistleblower inquest

Sajid Javid lodges secrecy application at Russian whistleblower inquest

Disclosures in Perepilichnyy case ‘would raise risk of harm to one or more public interests’Sensitive material that could reveal if a Russian millionaire was working with British spies before he died
Frustrating recovery: town struggles to survive amid power outages and rising temperatures

Frustrating recovery: town struggles to survive amid power outages and rising temperatures

Hurricane Florence has depleted the town of Wilmington, emotionally exhausting its residents and respondersTwo people, after waiting more than three hours in 90-degree weather for freshly made ice,
'For me, this is paradise': life in the Spanish city that banned cars

'For me, this is paradise': life in the Spanish city that banned cars

In Pontevedra, the usual soundtrack of a Spanish city has been replaced by the tweeting of birds and the chatter of humansPeople don’t shout in Pontevedra – or they shout less. With all but the most
Scott Morrison cancels Coag premiers meeting amid policy upheaval

Scott Morrison cancels Coag premiers meeting amid policy upheaval

Government calls off drought, health and education discussions while it finalises new positionsScott Morrison has cancelled a Coag gathering with the premiers scheduled for October, with officials
UK employers condemn 'ignorant, elitist' Brexit immigration report

UK employers condemn 'ignorant, elitist' Brexit immigration report

Business leaders reject need for income threshold, saying workers are needed at all levelsBusiness leaders have lined up to criticise the government’s migration advisory committee (MAC) after it
Storm Ali to batter UK with 80mph winds and rain

Storm Ali to batter UK with 80mph winds and rain

Warning of danger to life from flying debris as warm weather gives way to autumnal gustsScotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England have been advised to batten down the hatches for the first
'Highly probable' Pussy Riot activist was poisoned, say German doctors

'Highly probable' Pussy Riot activist was poisoned, say German doctors

Pyotr Verzilov being treated in Berlin after falling ill last week after court hearing in RussiaGerman doctors treating a member of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot say his symptoms suggest it is
Migration report plans could increase labour shortages, business leaders say - Politics live

Migration report plans could increase labour shortages, business leaders say - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenSummary of key points from MAC report on EU migration in UK 4.56pm BST Here is an extract from the MAC report summarising what it
Independent schools hire Labor-aligned lobbyists to fight for school funding

Independent schools hire Labor-aligned lobbyists to fight for school funding

Sector sets sights on federal election by enlisting Hawker Britton to push agenda The independent school sector has turned its eye to the next federal election and a possible change of government by
Fernando Haddad aims to be Brazil's new Lula – but does anyone know who he is?

Fernando Haddad aims to be Brazil's new Lula – but does anyone know who he is?

Lula’s understudy is running for president, and the support of his jailed patron could prove decisiveWearing a red sweatshirt emblazoned with the image of a Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula
Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones makes triumphant return on TV's biggest night

Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones makes triumphant return on TV's biggest night

Netflix and HBO wound up dead-locked with 23 wins each, while The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and The Assassination of Gianni Versace emerged victoriousEmmy winners 2018: the full listAfter its absence from
Coalition defends lobbying rules and denies 'corporate takeover' of democracy

Coalition defends lobbying rules and denies 'corporate takeover' of democracy

Mathias Cormann says lobbying regime ‘properly enforced’ and there is a robust framework to combat corruptionThe Australian government has insisted there has been “no corporate takeover of our
Brexit weekly briefing: PM says it's Chequers or bust

Brexit weekly briefing: PM says it's Chequers or bust

Theresa May ups ante by saying the only alternative to her Chequers plan is no dealWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, bringing you the top stories of the past week in Brexitland,
Preventing Palestine review: a fine history of Israel's negation of a nation

Preventing Palestine review: a fine history of Israel's negation of a nation

Seth Anziska is fired by personal transformation and intellectual rigour – but never lapses into propagandaThis splendid book by a young American Jewish scholar is the product of an early emotional
Women of the World Nomad Games – in pictures

Women of the World Nomad Games – in pictures

This year’s World Nomad Games, a celebration of nomadic heritage, took place in the Issyk-Kul province of Kyrgyzstan. Eleanor Moseman photographed female competitors who had travelled from all over