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'We don't see no riot': Charlottesville protesters criticise huge police presence

'We don't see no riot': Charlottesville protesters criticise huge police presence

Hundreds rally against 1,000-strong police force a year after deadly white supremacist rallies went largely uncheckedHundreds of protesters took to the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, on
Rising sea levels leave Belgium’s St Tropez ‘fighting for its life’

Rising sea levels leave Belgium’s St Tropez ‘fighting for its life’

Proposed offshore island to protect a haunt of Sinatra and Dietrich would be its ruin, says long-time mayorIt is known affectionately as Belgium’s answer to St Tropez – a town once frequented by Frank
Muslim group joins condemnation of Boris Johnson burqa remarks

Muslim group joins condemnation of Boris Johnson burqa remarks

Comments reveal ‘underbelly of Islamophobia’ in Tory party, Muslim Council of Britain saysConservative MPs’ support for Boris Johnson over his comments comparing Muslim women in burqas to bank robbers
Police appeal to football fans for information on Lucy McHugh murder

Police appeal to football fans for information on Lucy McHugh murder

CCTV footage of 13-year-old girl’s last movements will be screened during Southampton and Burnley match Detectives investigating the murder of a 13-year-old girl will screen CCTV footage of her last
Banned 21 years ago, yet still the world stands by as chemical attacks go unchecked

Banned 21 years ago, yet still the world stands by as chemical attacks go unchecked

Sanctions have been slapped on Russia over the Salisbury attack but atrocities are spiralling out of control elsewhereSweeping US sanctions imposed on Russia last week as punishment for the Salisbury
Trump’s N-word tape is going to be Pussygate all over again | Arwa Mahdawi

Trump’s N-word tape is going to be Pussygate all over again | Arwa Mahdawi

Claims that Trump is captured on tape being indefensibly bigoted brings on a grim sense of deja vuThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world of feminism and sexism. If
Three police officers killed by gunmen in Pakistan

Three police officers killed by gunmen in Pakistan

Two more were wounded, while six people were injured in a separate suicide bombingGunmen killed three police officers in an overnight attack, while a suicide bomber wounded three Chinese engineers and
From EM Forster to Mamma Mia! Why we can't resist the Mediterranean

From EM Forster to Mamma Mia! Why we can't resist the Mediterranean

Sunshine, sensuality, and a dash of danger... the Mediterranean has fascinated writers and artists for hundreds of years. But why are the Brits so obsessed?Some readers may be lucky enough this
Alex Jones claims he's being silenced as bans push him to alternate platforms

Alex Jones claims he's being silenced as bans push him to alternate platforms

Removals from Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and Apple haven’t slowed his posting, but the Infowars founder is appealing to the president Alex Jones says he’s being silenced – but he isn’t shutting up and
Plane stolen from Seattle airport chased by fighter jets – video

Plane stolen from Seattle airport chased by fighter jets – video

A plane has been stolen from Seattle-Tacoma international airport by an airline employee and crashed, with F-15 fighter jets scrambled and flights grounded in a major security incident. Military
Police search for two men missing from Suffolk jail

Police search for two men missing from Suffolk jail

Eammon Kenevan and Darren Mellor absconded from low-security HMP Hollesley BayPolice are hunting two prisoners who have absconded from a low-security jail. Continue reading...
‘We don’t have a single friend’: Canada’s Saudi spat reveals country is alone

‘We don’t have a single friend’: Canada’s Saudi spat reveals country is alone

As Saudi officials lashed out at Canada, the US remained on the sidelines, signaling a blatant shift in the relationshipSoon after Donald Trump took office, it became clear that the longstanding
Scientists hail malaria breakthrough as bed nets prove deadly to mosquitoes

Scientists hail malaria breakthrough as bed nets prove deadly to mosquitoes

Clinical malaria cases in Burkina Faso drop by 12% after trial of nets treated with new chemical combinationA bed net designed to kill insecticide-resistant mosquitoes could prevent millions of cases
A year after Charlottesville, white nationalist views creep into politics

A year after Charlottesville, white nationalist views creep into politics

The far right movement may seem all but dead, but a crop of political candidates are introducing ideas into the mainstreamNo one would argue that the last year hasn’t been a rough one for the white
‘I believe everything we are fighting for is possible’: young activists talk tactics

‘I believe everything we are fighting for is possible’: young activists talk tactics

How do you change the system? Four campaigners swap strategies for the good fightOn a sunny Sunday afternoon, four campaigners are swapping stories about the ways young activists are often portrayed
Could Beirut soon become the new cat capital of the Middle East? – video

Could Beirut soon become the new cat capital of the Middle East? – video

Istanbul – also called Catstanbul – is known for its felines. But walking the streets of Beirut, one wonders if there is another city that might become known as the cat capital. From cat cafes to
'One person can matter': five ways to fight for your cause – video

'One person can matter': five ways to fight for your cause – video

Writer and spoken-word performer Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan explains how she stays motivated when it comes to defending her values and fighting Islamophobia. Sometimes your cause may seem futile, but
Michael Avenatti says Democrats must 'fight fire with fire' as he eyes presidential run

Michael Avenatti says Democrats must 'fight fire with fire' as he eyes presidential run

Lawyer who rose to fame with the Stormy Daniels case creates scene in Iowa compared to Barack Obama’s visit Michael Avenatti could become the second person to go from cable news fixture to
Body of missing bushwalker found in northern NSW after 10-day search

Body of missing bushwalker found in northern NSW after 10-day search

Damien Roadley went missing near Nimbin after reporting an out-of-control campfireThe body of a missing bushwalker has been discovered in northern New South Wales after a 10-day search.Damien Roadley
'Beautiful as ever!': Nicaragua pushes tourism despite ongoing crisis

'Beautiful as ever!': Nicaragua pushes tourism despite ongoing crisis

PR campaign offers no hint of the turmoil that has been rocking the nation, after 80% of small hotels some chic resorts have closedHundreds have been killed and thousands injured since a popular