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New pesticides may harm bees as much as existing ones – study

New pesticides may harm bees as much as existing ones – study

Ability of bumblebees to reproduce, and rate at which colonies grow, compromised by new sulfoximine-based insecticidesA new class of pesticides positioned to replace neonicotinoids may be just as
'Indonesia's horror': the girl, 15, raped by her brother and jailed for abortion

'Indonesia's horror': the girl, 15, raped by her brother and jailed for abortion

The grisly truth behind a baby’s death has caused an outcry in a country where abortion laws take scant heed of circumstanceFika* gave birth alone in her room at night. The baby came out alive.
Hanson says Anning speech went too far, but wants ban on Muslim immigration – politics live

Hanson says Anning speech went too far, but wants ban on Muslim immigration – politics live

Pauline Hanson wants five-year ban and a plebiscite on Muslim immigration to Australia 8.12am BST From Tony Burke’s office:The Australian Parliament has just locked in the largest removal of area
Almost 350 news outlets to publish editorials denouncing Trump's 'dirty war' on press

Almost 350 news outlets to publish editorials denouncing Trump's 'dirty war' on press

Participation comes after a push organized by the Boston Globe to run coordinated editorials against Trump’s attacks on the mediaThe Guardian view on the press and Donald Trump: at work, not at
The Guardian view on the press and Trump: speaking truth to power | Editorial

The Guardian view on the press and Trump: speaking truth to power | Editorial

On Thursday, hundreds of US news organisations are publishing editorials opposing the president’s attacks on the press. The Guardian stands with themPress freedom was not invented in the United
Kim Jong-nam murder: judge rules there is enough evidence for trial to proceed

Kim Jong-nam murder: judge rules there is enough evidence for trial to proceed

Suspects Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong, who face the death penalty, must enter their defenceThe two women accused of the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged brother of the North Korean
Paul Manafort trial: judge hands case to jurors after closing arguments

Paul Manafort trial: judge hands case to jurors after closing arguments

Deliberations to begin on Thursday morning in trial of Donald Trump’s former campaign chair on fraud chargesPaul Manafort’s fate is now in a jury’s hands. A Virginia court heard closing arguments
'Unprecedented': Trump's revoking of Brennan security clearance denounced

'Unprecedented': Trump's revoking of Brennan security clearance denounced

The president’s decision to strip the former CIA director of his access to intelligence has drawn widespread criticismDonald Trump’s decision to revoke the security clearance of the former CIA

Witnesses describe deadly suicide attack on Kabul education centre – video

In the aftermath of a suicide attack on a Kabul education centre, which killed at least 48 people, witnesses spoke of the long wait for emergency services to help with the victims of the blast. There
Morning mail: 'rampant wage theft', bridge collapse blame, 4,000C planet

Morning mail: 'rampant wage theft', bridge collapse blame, 4,000C planet

Thursday: Employers brand push to criminalise underpayment in Queensland ‘inappropriate’. Plus, obesity and victim blamingGood morning, this is Richard Parkin bringing you the main stories and
Woman found stabbed to death at house in south-west London

Woman found stabbed to death at house in south-west London

Man, 40, arrested on suspicion of murder after being detained at the scene in BatterseaA man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was found stabbed to death at a house in south-west
John Brennan: White House revokes security clearance of ex-CIA chief and Trump critic

John Brennan: White House revokes security clearance of ex-CIA chief and Trump critic

Sarah Sanders attacks Brennan’s ‘erratic conduct and behavior’ Access to classified information for James Comey under review Donald Trump has revoked the security clearance of John Brennan, the CIA
Frites first: the Belgians making audiences laugh, sing and squirm

Frites first: the Belgians making audiences laugh, sing and squirm

The Edinburgh festival’s Big in Belgium season features daft whimsy, a Eurovision anthem and a headlong charge into uncomfortable territoryWhen the Smiths released Paint a Vulgar Picture , the
Elizabeth Warren unveils bold new plan to reshape American capitalism

Elizabeth Warren unveils bold new plan to reshape American capitalism

Accountable Capitalism Act would bring about ‘fundamental change’, redistribute wealth and give more power to workersElizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts senator tipped as a Democratic presidential
Mexico: bounty raised over $1m on drug cartel kingpin 'El Mencho'

Mexico: bounty raised over $1m on drug cartel kingpin 'El Mencho'

Mexico and US DEA team up against cartels after failed attempts to capture one of the most powerful figures still on the looseMexican authorities have raised the bounty on one of the country’s most
Photographic memory: Pete Souza trolls Trump with just the right Obama photos

Photographic memory: Pete Souza trolls Trump with just the right Obama photos

The official White House photographer during the Obama administration uses social media to juxtapose the two presidentsPete Souza, the official White House photographer during the Obama years, has
Not enough fish: woman successfully sues dating agency over lack of men

Not enough fish: woman successfully sues dating agency over lack of men

Seventy Thirty misled Tereza Burki on true number of male members, judge rulesA divorcee seeking a wealthy boyfriend has won £13,100 in damages from an elite dating agency after it failed to introduce
Underpayment of workers not 'wage theft', employer groups tell inquiry

Underpayment of workers not 'wage theft', employer groups tell inquiry

The Palaszczuk government has called the hearings with a view to criminalising wage theft in the stateSome of Australia’s largest employer groups have rejected suggestions that underpayment of workers
Salih Khater: what we know about suspect in Westminster crash

Salih Khater: what we know about suspect in Westminster crash

Khater is a ‘quiet guy always smoking shisha’, say regulars at internet cafe in BirminghamThe man suspected of driving a car into pedestrians outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday is a
Will a second referendum be just another Brexit fantasy? | Martin Kettle

Will a second referendum be just another Brexit fantasy? | Martin Kettle

Support is growing for a People’s Vote. It could backfire spectacularlyAt every turn, the politics of the Brexit process have been riddled with disastrous illusions: the referendum would settle the