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Huge protests in Brazil as far-right presidential hopeful returns home

Huge protests in Brazil as far-right presidential hopeful returns home

Demonstrations held against Jair Bolsonaro’s extremist stance ahead of electionThe homecoming of Brazil’s far-right presidential frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro from hospital was upstaged this weekend by
Melania Trump is off to teach Africa how to look after children – hopefully better than the US

Melania Trump is off to teach Africa how to look after children – hopefully better than the US

The first lady is jetting off to promote her ‘Be Best’ child welfare initiative, but there is no word on whether it promotes locking them in cages or allowing them to get shotMelania Trump has packed
Kent man charged with murder over deaths of two women

Kent man charged with murder over deaths of two women

Jack Ralph, 28, in custody after two women stabbed near Tonbridge on SaturdayA man has been charged with murder after two women died in a stabbing in a quiet Kent village.Jack Ralph has also been
Fears that graves being dug up at London cemetery to free burial space

Fears that graves being dug up at London cemetery to free burial space

Police investigation launched after suspected human remains found lying uncovered in Tottenham Park site Police have opened an investigation after a broken skull, a shoulder blade and leg-bones were
‘She was paid by the Democrats’: Trump fans on Ford and Kavanaugh

‘She was paid by the Democrats’: Trump fans on Ford and Kavanaugh

In Wheeling, West Virginia, those who came to see the president praised the supreme court nominee and dismissed his accuserAt Donald Trump’s rally on Saturday night, attendees came from many states
'Bodies everywhere': Indonesia rescue efforts focus on Palu

'Bodies everywhere': Indonesia rescue efforts focus on Palu

Full extent of damage done by the earthquake, tsunami and aftershocks is still unknownOn Friday evening, Palu’s Talise beach had been heaving with people, gathered joyfully for the opening of the
Stalin rubble throws into focus Czechs' 20th-century struggles

Stalin rubble throws into focus Czechs' 20th-century struggles

Remains of dictator’s statue at exhibition highlighting nation’s experiences of totalitarianismIt was once the world’s biggest monument to Josef Stalin, casting a dark shadow over Prague at the height
Kanye West's pro-Trump remarks prompt boos in SNL studio

Kanye West's pro-Trump remarks prompt boos in SNL studio

Rapper complains that ‘the blacks always want Democrats’Says he is often asked: ‘How could you like Trump? He’s racist’Kanye West followed his appearance on the 44th Saturday Night Live season
Europe regain Ryder Cup with 17½-10½ victory over USA – as it happened

Europe regain Ryder Cup with 17½-10½ victory over USA – as it happened

Europe regained the Ryder Cup after an occasionally fraught but ultimately convincing singles sessionRead Ewan Murray’s report of the final day 5.59pm BST Related: Ryder Cup 2018: Masterful Europe
Dozens of people evacuate homes after fire in Weymouth

Dozens of people evacuate homes after fire in Weymouth

Blaze thought to have started at a car garage workshop on Sunday morningDozens of households were forced to evacuate their homes after a fire broke out at an industrial unit in Weymouth.A major
Drone captures aftermath of tsunami on Indonesian island - video

Drone captures aftermath of tsunami on Indonesian island - video

Thousands are feared dead after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami waves struck the island of Sulawesi. Drone footage shows the extent of destruction in residential areas of the the
'He wrote me beautiful letters and we fell in love': Donald Trump on Kim Jong-un - video

'He wrote me beautiful letters and we fell in love': Donald Trump on Kim Jong-un - video

Speaking about his relationship with the North Korean leader, the US president said :’We fell in love.’ He added: ‘No, really. He wrote me beautiful letters.’ He made the remarks during a meandering
Allée Sonia Rykiel: first Paris street named after a fashion designer

Allée Sonia Rykiel: first Paris street named after a fashion designer

The designer, who died in 2016, did her fruit and vegetable shopping on the alléeIn a city yet to name even a side-street after Coco Chanel or Christian Dior, Parisians stepped out on Sunday to do
Trump: 'Horrible, radical group of Democrats' delaying Kavanaugh nomination - video

Trump: 'Horrible, radical group of Democrats' delaying Kavanaugh nomination - video

The US president accused Democrats of 'throwing away every standard of decency' and using 'meanness and nastiness' in their treatment of Brett Kavanaugh. Trump’s most fiery comments on the issue came
Macedonia facing crisis after name change referendum hit by low turnout

Macedonia facing crisis after name change referendum hit by low turnout

Opponents of move, intended to ease nation’s passage into EU, hail success of boycott as only 35% of voters cast ballotsMacedonia is facing a political crisis following an unexpectedly low turnout by
Stephen Rea: ‘No matter how much they enforce Brexit, British identity is dwindling’

Stephen Rea: ‘No matter how much they enforce Brexit, British identity is dwindling’

The actor reveals deep-rooted passions as he talks about his role in Cyprus Avenue, what he learned from Samuel Beckett, Brexit and the TroublesThere is a poem by Tom Paulin called An Ulster Unionist
'The sea is ours': landlocked Bolivia hopes court will reopen path to Pacific

'The sea is ours': landlocked Bolivia hopes court will reopen path to Pacific

International court to decide if Chile must negotiate granting a sovereign outlet to the sea, 135 years after it claimed Bolivia’s coastlineSailors patrol a rigging-clad naval headquarters in La Paz.
Esther Perel: 'Fix the sex and your relationship will transform'

Esther Perel: 'Fix the sex and your relationship will transform'

Esther Perel’s breathtakingly frank therapy podcasts – Where should we begin – not only make for juicy listening, they’ve revitalised the stale private lives of millions. Miranda Sawyer listens to the
Brazil sees black female candidates surge after murder of rising star

Brazil sees black female candidates surge after murder of rising star

Marielle Franco set an example in a country where black women make up 28% of population but hold 2% of congressional seatsThe last time Renata Souza saw her friend and colleague Marielle Franco, they
Could this be the last day of school in the West Bank's fated Khan al-Ahmar?

Could this be the last day of school in the West Bank's fated Khan al-Ahmar?

After years of resisting Israeli demolition orders, a tiny village seen as vital to Palestine’s hopes of statehood faces destruction. But at the local school, it is still very much business as usualOn