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Bill de Blasio: Murdoch's media empire is behind Trump's election

Bill de Blasio: Murdoch's media empire is behind Trump's election

The New York mayor discussed the role Fox News has played in US politics and the progressive shift in the Democratic partyTo New York mayor Bill de Blasio, Rupert Murdoch is directly responsible for
German couple who sold son to paedophiles on darknet jailed

German couple who sold son to paedophiles on darknet jailed

Pair from Staufen sentenced to 12 years for rape, sexual abuse and forced prostitutionA German woman has been sentenced to 12 and a half years in prison for selling her young son on the darknet to
Indonesia earthquake: rescuers pull people alive out of rubble as aftershocks hit

Indonesia earthquake: rescuers pull people alive out of rubble as aftershocks hit

Relief efforts focus on collapsed mosque close to epicentre of Sunday’s quake as tourists flee Gili islands Rescuers in Lombok are still pulling people out alive from the rubble two days after a
Murder investigation launched after boy dies in London house fire

Murder investigation launched after boy dies in London house fire

Joel Urhie, seven, was found dead inside home in Deptford after suspected arson attackThe Metropolitan police have begun a murder investigation after a seven-year-old boy died in a house fire in
NSW Labor rejects Emma Husar's claim bullying inquiry 'hopelessly compromised'

NSW Labor rejects Emma Husar's claim bullying inquiry 'hopelessly compromised'

Party says ‘any breaches in confidentiality have not come from the independent assessment’Key details of a bullying investigation into the federal Labor MP Emma Husar have been leaked but NSW Labor
Have you been affected by Trump's zero tolerance immigration policy? Tell us

Have you been affected by Trump's zero tolerance immigration policy? Tell us

We want to tell the stories of those affected, from migrants to public employees tasked with implementing assembly-line justiceLéelo en español In April, US attorney general Jeff Sessions ordered
Mendocino Complex fire: aerial footage shows scale of California's biggest ever blaze – video report

Mendocino Complex fire: aerial footage shows scale of California's biggest ever blaze – video report

The Mendocino Complex blaze has become California's biggest ever fire. By Monday afternoon the fire had destroyed 87 residences and 82 other structures, and news agencies reported seven deaths so far
Facebook defends decision not to suspend Blair Cottrell over rape comments

Facebook defends decision not to suspend Blair Cottrell over rape comments

Tech giant says far-right extremist’s comment did not breach standards since it did not ‘incite’ rape The far-right extremist Blair Cottrell has posted on and Twitter about hypothetically raping
Ukip suspends three members over socialist bookshop attack

Ukip suspends three members over socialist bookshop attack

Party chair says investigation will be held following incident at Bookmarks in LondonUkip has suspended three party members after an attack on a socialist bookshop in central London on Saturday.A
The Islamic school that ensures its boys understand the Israeli point of view

The Islamic school that ensures its boys understand the Israeli point of view

The private Abrar Academy is pioneering a groundbreaking method of teaching the history of the Israel/Palestine conflictMore than 550,000 students took GCSE history this summer, says Michael Davies, a
Jacinda Ardern says daughter will be raised speaking Māori language and English

Jacinda Ardern says daughter will be raised speaking Māori language and English

Prime minister says she ‘certainly wants’ newborn daughter Neve Te Aroha to learn te reo Māori New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern’s daughter will be raised learning both English and the
‘How can a proud country kill its heritage?’ Cairo calls time on oldest watch shop

‘How can a proud country kill its heritage?’ Cairo calls time on oldest watch shop

Loss of heritage buildings and inadequate compensation spark outrage as bulldozers raze area associated with Arab springAfter 111 years of tinkering and fixing, Essam Ahmed can’t bring himself to
Mendocino Complex wildfire becomes California's biggest ever

Mendocino Complex wildfire becomes California's biggest ever

Thousands of firefighters battle blaze as it destroys 87 homes and 82 other structures, and forces evacuationsPlumes of smoke towered over flame-engulfed mountains in northern California on Monday
Race to contain destructive march of armyworm as pest spreads to India

Race to contain destructive march of armyworm as pest spreads to India

Voracious caterpillar that cost Africa billions of pounds in lost crops now threatens food security across Asia, scientists warnA crop-chomping caterpillar that has devastated food stocks across
Mosques, markets and motoring women: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – in pictures

Mosques, markets and motoring women: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – in pictures

Not many photographers visit the desert kingdom, but Guardian photographer David Levene recently went to Jeddah, its second-largest city, and spent some time wandering the streets Continue reading...
British army unit will tackle threat from female suicide bombers

British army unit will tackle threat from female suicide bombers

New team will operate in east Africa supporting victims of coercion and sexual violenceThe defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, has announced that Britain’s first specialist army training team is
Too much sleep linked to ill health

Too much sleep linked to ill health

More than seven or eight hours a night of sleep is associated with higher risk of premature deathSleeping longer than the recommended seven or eight hours a night has been linked with a higher risk of
‘We’re a people destroyed’: why Uighur Muslims across China are living in fear

‘We’re a people destroyed’: why Uighur Muslims across China are living in fear

Gene A Bunin has spent the past 18 months talking to Uighur restaurant workers all over China. These conversations reveal how this Muslim minority feel the daily threat of arrest, detention and
Trade with Iran and you won't trade with US, Trump warns

Trade with Iran and you won't trade with US, Trump warns

‘Most biting ever’ sanctions imposed overnight as President Rouhani dismisses ‘psychological warfare’ Donald Trump has warned America’s trading partners that anyone who does business with Iran will
Soldiers' relatives mark centenary of first world war's forgotten battle

Soldiers' relatives mark centenary of first world war's forgotten battle

Prince William and Theresa May to join Canadian and other families at Amiens cathedral to mark decisive Allied assaultIt was the battle that changed the course of the first world war, ushering in the