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Portland school district criticizes release of video of coach disarming student

Portland school district criticizes release of video of coach disarming student

Surveillance footage shows emotional moment when Keanon Lowe encountered student in Oregon cityA Portland, Oregon, school district has criticized the release of video footage that shows a high school
Cook Islands: manager of world's biggest marine park says she lost job for backing sea mining moratorium

Cook Islands: manager of world's biggest marine park says she lost job for backing sea mining moratorium

Environmentalist Jacqueline Evans says she was dismissed from the Marae Moana for urging caution on deep-sea miningThe public champion of the world’s largest marine reserve – the Cook Islands’ Marae
From wrecking ball to kingmaker: why all eyes are on Jacqui Lambie

From wrecking ball to kingmaker: why all eyes are on Jacqui Lambie

Lambie’s vote will decide the fate of the medical evacuation laws the previous parliament’s crossbench was instrumental in passingShe came in like a wrecking ball.But Jacqui Lambie, the senator, has
Resisting drought's day zero: the NSW towns close to running dry

Resisting drought's day zero: the NSW towns close to running dry

After water restrictions and emergency infrastructure, the final drought strategy is sheer perseverance People have started visiting the outback town of Pooncarie just to see a place that’s running
'Please leave': why the Sydney archbishop's same-sex marriage message has Anglicans rattled | Andrew West

'Please leave': why the Sydney archbishop's same-sex marriage message has Anglicans rattled | Andrew West

Glenn Davies’ blunt words come at a critical moment for Australian churches amid demands for religious freedomFor a man renowned for his civility, the language was blunt. During his annual speech to
López Obrador and Trump speak in aftermath of El Chapo son shootout

López Obrador and Trump speak in aftermath of El Chapo son shootout

Minister: leaders agree to restrict flow of weapons to Mexico Mexico president defends release of El Chapo’s sonMexico’s foreign minister said on Saturday that the president, Andrés Manuel López
Haringey players walk off after racism allegations in Yeovil FA Cup tie

Haringey players walk off after racism allegations in Yeovil FA Cup tie

Match abandoned over alleged ‘disgusting’ racist abuseFootball Association ‘deeply concerned’, pledges action The Football Association says it is “deeply concerned’’ after the FA Cup
Quentin Tarantino won't censor Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for China – report

Quentin Tarantino won't censor Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for China – report

Sources tell Hollywood reporter Bruce Lee’s daughter raised concerns over the film’s portrayal of the martial arts star Quentin Tarantino will not edit Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to placate Chinese
March organisers hail ‘one of the greatest protest marches in British history’

March organisers hail ‘one of the greatest protest marches in British history’

Led by mayor Sadiq Khan, around one million protesters gathered to demand a fresh referendumIn one of the largest public demonstrations in British history, a crowd estimated at around one million
Catalonia protests: key moments from a week of unrest – video

Catalonia protests: key moments from a week of unrest – video

The jailing of nine pro-independence Catalan leaders over their roles in the failed push for secession two years ago has sparked five nights of violent unrest in Barcelona and other areas of
Man, 78, charged with attempted murder after shooting in Suffolk

Man, 78, charged with attempted murder after shooting in Suffolk

Kier Huxtable charged after a man in his 40s was shot in upper arm in BrandonA 78-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after a shooting in Suffolk.Kier Huxtable, of Weeting, Suffolk,
‘We Syrians are being used as political tools... yet again’

‘We Syrians are being used as political tools... yet again’

Despite last week’s US-brokered truce, fighting continues on the Turkish-Syrian borderIt’s an unusually hot autumn in the plains of southern Turkey, where in some places nothing but wire fencing is
Brexit: Johnson sends unsigned letter asking for delay, and second arguing against it

Brexit: Johnson sends unsigned letter asking for delay, and second arguing against it

PM sends to Donald Tusk a photocopy of the request required by Benn Act, with a conflicting view in a second letterBoris Johnson has sent an unsigned letter to European council president Donald Tusk
'A couple of drinks with dinner': Chicago police chief found asleep in his car

'A couple of drinks with dinner': Chicago police chief found asleep in his car

Eddie Johnson says incident related to medicationMayor’s comments differ from first official explanationThe top police officer in Chicago told the mayor he had “a couple of drinks with dinner” before
Erdoğan threatens to 'crush the heads' of Kurdish fighters refusing to withdraw

Erdoğan threatens to 'crush the heads' of Kurdish fighters refusing to withdraw

Kurdish forces reveal plans to begin evacuation on Sunday following Turkish president’s ceasefire ultimatum Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the Turkish president, has said his country would “crush the heads” of
Dam collapses at Siberian gold mine, killing at least 15 people

Dam collapses at Siberian gold mine, killing at least 15 people

Investigation launched into safety regime at alluvial mine in remote Krasnoyarsk regionAt least 15 gold miners were killed when a dam collapsed, flooding a mining encampment in a remote part of
Archaeologists discover 30 ancient coffins in Luxor

Archaeologists discover 30 ancient coffins in Luxor

Intricately carved coffins with mummies from 1000BC ‘biggest such find in over a century’ Egypt has revealed details of 30 ancient wooden coffins with mummies inside, which were discovered in the
Rivals in the scramble to be the world’s 21st-century superpower

Rivals in the scramble to be the world’s 21st-century superpower

After Donald Trump’s troop withdrawal from Syria, it is clear that America’s global dominance is under threat. We look at what could come nextThe US troop withdrawal from Syria, the betrayal of the
Blue Alabama – in pictures

Blue Alabama – in pictures

One might think the best color to describe Alabama would be red-brown, like its dirt, or loamy black like its best soil. Or white like its fences. Or any of the three, like its people. But blue is
Pelosi and Trump summed up the patriarchy in one perfect snapshot

Pelosi and Trump summed up the patriarchy in one perfect snapshot

I doubt there’s any woman who hasn’t had her strength rebranded as ‘aggression’ – calling us ‘crazy’ is a tired old trickSign up for The week in patriarchy, a newsletter​ on feminism and sexism sent