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Lazio fans tell women to stay away from stadium's 'sacred space'

Lazio fans tell women to stay away from stadium's 'sacred space'

‘We do not allow women, wives and girlfriends’‘Not the position of the club,’ Serie A club respondsLazio’s notorious ultras have caused outrage by telling women to avoid their “sacred space” in the
Lombok: deadly quake hits island recovering from string of tremors

Lombok: deadly quake hits island recovering from string of tremors

Indonesian island still struggling to recover from earlier earthquakes that killed more than 450 peopleTen people have died in a strong earthquake on Lombok that set off a series of mudslides, cut
Britain to axe funding for scheme supporting Syrian opposition

Britain to axe funding for scheme supporting Syrian opposition

Government ends police force programme as Assad’s forces close in on rebel-held areasThe UK government is to end funding to a scheme to support the Syrian opposition, deeming the programmes now too
Dutton's eligibility to sit as MP questioned over s44 issues – politics live

Dutton's eligibility to sit as MP questioned over s44 issues – politics live

Channel Ten report claims home affairs minister could have eligibility issues over changes to childcare subsidy 9.00am BST For those wondering where the Peter Dutton story came from – it sparked
Human rights groups set deadline to get all refugee children off Nauru

Human rights groups set deadline to get all refugee children off Nauru

Coalition of NGOs and charities calls for children to be brought to Australia by 20 NovemberA coalition of some of Australia’s biggest humanitarian and human rights organisations have given the
'Thank you for being alive': South Korean family prepares for what might be a last reunion

'Thank you for being alive': South Korean family prepares for what might be a last reunion

Lee Su-nam knows what he will say to his North Korean brother, who he hasn’t seen in nearly 70 years The most powerful emotions Lee Su-nam ever felt were on the afternoon of 25 July. He was sitting in
Labour 'finished' if it backs Brexit in a snap election, says Adonis

Labour 'finished' if it backs Brexit in a snap election, says Adonis

Poll suggests party would fare much better by opposing UK’s departure from EUA pro-EU Labour peer and former cabinet minister has said the party is “finished” if it contests another election promising
Is public support shifting toward a second EU referendum?

Is public support shifting toward a second EU referendum?

As talk of second referendum grows, here are the key questions on the issuePolls have consistently shown over the past year that Britons do not think Brexit is being managed well, but that had not
UK aid minister hails ‘double win’ of heroin crackdown in Tanzania

UK aid minister hails ‘double win’ of heroin crackdown in Tanzania

Combating drug trade benefits developing nations and UK, says Penny MordauntBritish border agents and the Royal Marines have stopped millions of pounds worth of heroin trade across the western Indian
Doctor avoids prison after sexually assaulting patient tethered to machines

Doctor avoids prison after sexually assaulting patient tethered to machines

Houston medic Shafeeq Sheikh will serve 10 years’ probationVictim, 32, was assaulted while she was tethered to machinesA Houston doctor who was convicted of sexually assaulting a patient while she was
Voters in key states won't benefit from corporate tax cuts, analysis finds

Voters in key states won't benefit from corporate tax cuts, analysis finds

New research adds to pressure on tax policy, which the government is expected to put on hold after it is defeated in the SenateVoters in key states needed by the Turnbull government to keep its
The Australian mining threat to South Africa's Wild Coast – photo essay

The Australian mining threat to South Africa's Wild Coast – photo essay

Thom Pierce visited the people of Xolobeni to photograph them and the postcards he will post on their behalf to the Australian mining company putting at risk their way of lifeXolobeni is a cluster of
Man arrested after unprovoked hammer attack in London

Man arrested after unprovoked hammer attack in London

Joe Xuereb held on suspicion of attempted murder after two women beaten in Greenwich Police have arrested the main suspect in an unprovoked hammer attack that left a mother and daughter fighting for
Conserving oil no longer necessary for US, says Trump administration

Conserving oil no longer necessary for US, says Trump administration

New policy threatens to undermine decades of campaigns for efficient cars and other conservation programsConserving oil is no longer an economic imperative for the US, the Trump administration has
Remains of more than 60 Aboriginal people reburied after Kimberley floods

Remains of more than 60 Aboriginal people reburied after Kimberley floods

Floods in 2017 unearthed graves of Indigenous people buried in Fitzroy Crossing between 1938 and 1960The remains of more than 60 Aboriginal people have finally been reburied, after floods in 2017
'Truth isn't truth': Giuliani trumps 'alternative facts' with new Orwellian outburst

'Truth isn't truth': Giuliani trumps 'alternative facts' with new Orwellian outburst

President’s lawyer keeps up attack on Mueller investigationNBC host Chuck Todd: ‘This is going to become a bad meme’Trump invokes Nixon and McCarthy in New York Times rantWhen the definitive history
'So much cooler back then': exhibition recreates Berlin techno club culture

'So much cooler back then': exhibition recreates Berlin techno club culture

Visitors are promised a taste of the newly reunited city’s 1990s underground music sceneIf you can remember it, you probably weren’t there, as the old adage goes. What was true of the summer of love
The Guardian view on China: unease at home and abroad | Editorial

The Guardian view on China: unease at home and abroad | Editorial

There are real and important problems to address, but Donald Trump’s trade war will not solve themThis has not been the easiest of summers for Xi Jinping and his country. Donald Trump’s tariffs have
John Brennan threatens to sue Trump over stripped security clearance

John Brennan threatens to sue Trump over stripped security clearance

Ex-CIA director says lawyers have advised him on optionsWhite House pushes back without identifying wrongdoingTrump invokes Nixon and McCarthy in New York Times rantThe former CIA director John