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Hundreds of thousands expected to join global climate marches this weekend

Hundreds of thousands expected to join global climate marches this weekend

Protests against politicians’ failure to tackle the environmental crisis will take place in more than 90 countries Hundreds of thousand of people in more than 90 countries are expected to take part in
German spy chief contradicts Merkel over Chemnitz clashes

German spy chief contradicts Merkel over Chemnitz clashes

Hans-Georg Maaßen criticised for voicing scepticism over reports of far-right violenceThe head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has voiced doubts about claims that far-right mobs chased
Lucy McHugh murder: school pupils respond to police appeal

Lucy McHugh murder: school pupils respond to police appeal

Students at Redbridge community school submit information in ‘very positive development’A number of students at the school attended by murdered Lucy McHugh have this week gone to police with
So long, it's been nice knowing you – I have only 19 years left to live

So long, it's been nice knowing you – I have only 19 years left to live

My heart age is four years older than my real age, and I’m falling asleep in the cinemaI’m not always the best at enjoying my holidays to the full – the extra free time often seems to merely
Tesla shares crash after Elon Musk smokes joint on live web show

Tesla shares crash after Elon Musk smokes joint on live web show

Musk calls the Guardian the world’s ‘most insufferable newspaper’, as two senior executives quit Tesla as market value falls 6%Tesla shares crashed 6% on Friday as two of its senior executives quit,
'It's a no-go': Trump won't answer Mueller's obstruction questions, Giuliani says

'It's a no-go': Trump won't answer Mueller's obstruction questions, Giuliani says

Giuliani suggests Trump will answer questions on Russia in writing but says ‘there will be no questions at all on obstruction’Donald Trump will not answer federal investigators’ questions, in writing
America last: Trump has brought US to irrelevance in Syria

America last: Trump has brought US to irrelevance in Syria

As Russia, Turkey and Iran discuss Idlib’s fate, the US is left to its impotent ‘anger’There was a time, not long ago, when the US called the shots in the Middle East. But as Russia and its allies
Russia asks Britain for help in identifying novichok suspects

Russia asks Britain for help in identifying novichok suspects

Moscow reacts after UK announces charges in absentia against pair believed to be GRU officersMoscow has claimed it wants to ascertain as soon as possible the identities of the two men named by Britain
Aggrieved Kurdish fighters quietly join Syrian regime side in battle for Idlib

Aggrieved Kurdish fighters quietly join Syrian regime side in battle for Idlib

In the third part of our series looking at the conclusion of the 21st century’s most devastating conflict, we examine the role of Kurdish militants Throughout seven years of war, the Kurds of Syria’s
Decontamination work begins at Skripal home in Salisbury

Decontamination work begins at Skripal home in Salisbury

Painstaking process is being carried out by military teams with specialist contractorsA meticulous decontaminating process is under way in the house in Salisbury where the former Russian spy Sergei

The disturbing truth about teaching in America – video

'I've had hungry students who couldn't concentrate; I've filed tax returns for kids' parents. You're the only adult they trust – the only adult that talks to them like they're a person': a perspective
'It's treason': Donald Trump on New York Times op-ed – video

'It's treason': Donald Trump on New York Times op-ed – video

The US president accuses the newspaper of treason during a rally in Billings, Montana, on Thursday. The Times published an anonymous op-ed from an administration official who wrote of a coalition
How two men and a WhatsApp group rescued scores of Afghan heroes

How two men and a WhatsApp group rescued scores of Afghan heroes

Home Office issues commitment to resettle more Afghan interpreters and their families in latest victory for two-man campaignLike other British soldiers who served in Afghanistan, the former British
Man denies 1970 murder of UK toddler Cheryl Grimmer in Australia

Man denies 1970 murder of UK toddler Cheryl Grimmer in Australia

Accused was a minor when three-year-old vanished from New South Wales beach A 64-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to the murder of a young British-born child in Australia nearly 50 years
Millions of us are trapped in Idlib, facing death. The world must save us | Anonymous

Millions of us are trapped in Idlib, facing death. The world must save us | Anonymous

I’ve seen things that no human being should ever witness. But while we bleed, world leaders respond with meek platitudesCivilians like me trapped in Idlib in Syria are terrified, fearing it is only a
Syria: Idlib braces for assault as Russia and Iran dismiss ceasefire calls

Syria: Idlib braces for assault as Russia and Iran dismiss ceasefire calls

Putin and Rouhani ignore Turkish efforts to avoid mass casualties as US warns of possible chemical weapons attack An all-out assault on the rebel enclave of Idlib in north-west Syria drew closer on
‘We’re insubordinate’: the rural towns at forefront of Swedish populist wave

‘We’re insubordinate’: the rural towns at forefront of Swedish populist wave

Anti-immigration Sweden Democrats could win control of rural areas on path to real influence nationallyAs you drive through the rich farmland flanking Ringsjön lake in Skåne, the first sign of Hörby
Women lead the charge in healing scars of war in Mozambique wildlife park | Claudine Spera and Irene Baqué

Women lead the charge in healing scars of war in Mozambique wildlife park | Claudine Spera and Irene Baqué

Decimated by the civil war, Gorongosa national park is being coaxed back to life, and with it comes the promise of a brighter future for the area’s young girls Continue reading...
Audit push after Melbourne worker dies submerged in concrete

Audit push after Melbourne worker dies submerged in concrete

Construction union calls for inspections of dozens of cranes after one man dies and another left in critical conditionA worker is fighting for life following a crane accident in Melbourne’s east that
Healing the scars of war: the women rebuilding Mozambique's national park - video

Healing the scars of war: the women rebuilding Mozambique's national park - video

In the heart of central Mozambique, Gorongosa park was destroyed in the crossfire of the country's civil war. Now women are leading the way in its restoration, helping to heal the scars left by the