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Charlottesville survivors call on Americans to 'fight the everyday white supremacy'

Charlottesville survivors call on Americans to 'fight the everyday white supremacy'

Those hurt in the Charlottesville attack a year ago want white people to go beyond merely marking the anniversary – ‘join anti-racist organizations, self-educate and support people of color’ Related:
'In Trump world everyone lies,' says Omarosa Manigault Newman – video

'In Trump world everyone lies,' says Omarosa Manigault Newman – video

Omarosa Manigault Newman has revealed on CBS This Morning a third tape that she claims is a recording of a 2016 conference call among Donald Trump's campaign aides discussing how to address potential
Republican politicians can no longer count on the support of their families

Republican politicians can no longer count on the support of their families

Bob Goodlatte’s son and Stephen Miller’s uncle have proved that when it comes to politics blood is not thicker than waterThe Republican party is increasingly alienating younger voters, older voters
The Corbyn wreath ‘scandal’ is just an exercise in hypocrisy | Owen Jones

The Corbyn wreath ‘scandal’ is just an exercise in hypocrisy | Owen Jones

Showing solidarity with Palestinians courts condemnation, while complicity in the Israeli occupation is seen as acceptableIn November 2004, Britain’s foreign secretary Jack Straw laid a wreath at the
Aquarius: onboard the migrant rescue ship – photographic diary 1

Aquarius: onboard the migrant rescue ship – photographic diary 1

The Aquarius is a special-purpose ship chartered by SOS Méditerranée, a European maritime and humanitarian organisation, and Médecins Sans Frontières to rescue migrants and refugees in trouble at sea.
Claimed power price cuts from energy guarantee are 'virtually meaningless'

Claimed power price cuts from energy guarantee are 'virtually meaningless'

Coal-fired power subsidies mean the projections relied on by Coalition are not credible, study saysThe Turnbull government is trumpeting power price reductions as a consequence of its national energy
The Guardian view on Brazil’s murder rate: what not to do | Editorial

The Guardian view on Brazil’s murder rate: what not to do | Editorial

Homicide rates in Mexico and Brazil are climbing even further. Yet Britain could learn from listening to debates in Latin AmericaBrazil has set a new and chilling record: it saw seven homicides each
'Unusual' span of collapsed Genoa bridge had seen frequent repair work

'Unusual' span of collapsed Genoa bridge had seen frequent repair work

Experts say it is too early to know what caused the Morandi bridge in north-west Italy to collapseExperts described the bridge that collapsed in northern Italy leaving at least 20 people dead on
Harvey Weinstein: judge allows sex trafficking case to move to trial

Harvey Weinstein: judge allows sex trafficking case to move to trial

New York judge says Weinstein may have broken sex trafficking law in potential landmark case brought by British actor Kadian NobleA US federal judge has ruled that a British woman’s sex-trafficking
Paul Manafort's lawyers conclude case without calling any witnesses

Paul Manafort's lawyers conclude case without calling any witnesses

Trump’s ex-campaign chairman’s legal team concluded their case, opening the path for closing arguments and for a jury to decide on a verdictLawyers for former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul
Genoa motorway bridge collapse caught on camera – video report

Genoa motorway bridge collapse caught on camera – video report

At least 20 people have been killed after a motorway bridge collapsed in torrential rain in the northern Italian port city of Genoa. An 80-metre section of the bridge, including one set of the
How prepared is the EU for a future surge in migrant arrivals?

How prepared is the EU for a future surge in migrant arrivals?

Migration numbers have fallen since 2015 peak, but countries are still grappling with the political and practical fallout Continue reading...
Ex-teacher accused in Australia deemed fit for Israel extradition trial

Ex-teacher accused in Australia deemed fit for Israel extradition trial

Court receives psychiatrist’s report on Malka Leifer, who faces 74 abuse chargesJerusalem’s chief psychiatrist has deemed Malka Leifer, a former headteacher wanted by Australian police on 74 charges
Space force: your logos mock Trump's new frontier

Space force: your logos mock Trump's new frontier

Readers have been sharing their designs after it was announced Trump supporters were to vote on a logo for his new space forceShare your creation Continue reading...
Extreme temperatures 'especially likely for next four years'

Extreme temperatures 'especially likely for next four years'

Cyclical natural phenomena that affect planet’s climate will amplify effect of manmade global warming, scientists warnThe world is likely to see more extreme temperatures in the coming four years as
Cuban 'acoustic attack' report on US diplomats flawed, say neurologists

Cuban 'acoustic attack' report on US diplomats flawed, say neurologists

Tests stating staff suffered brain damage were ‘misinterpreted’ and ruled out other explanations such as mass psychogenic illness Claims that US diplomats suffered mysterious brain injuries after
Aquarius migrant rescue ship allowed to dock in Malta

Aquarius migrant rescue ship allowed to dock in Malta

Five European countries will take a share of the 141 people on board, rescued off LibyaThe Aquarius migrant rescue ship has been allowed to dock in Malta after five EU countries agreed to take in its
British expats in EU launch Brexit legal challenge

British expats in EU launch Brexit legal challenge

Group says leave campaign broke electoral law, making 2016 vote unconstitutionalBritish expatriates have launched a fresh legal challenge against the 2016 referendum, arguing that the result has been
The Perseid meteor shower - in pictures

The Perseid meteor shower - in pictures

The Perseid meteor shower has been spotted across Europe, the US and Canada. Darker skies have created a spectacular show. The annual occurrence can be seen until the 24 August, but peaked on 11-13
Stephen Port murders: police watchdog completes report

Stephen Port murders: police watchdog completes report

Fresh inquest into victims of serial killer to be held after open verdicts quashed A police watchdog investigation into four murders by the serial killer Stephen Port, who drugged and raped young men