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'They wanted to jail us all' – Black Panthers photographer Neil Kenlock looks back

'They wanted to jail us all' – Black Panthers photographer Neil Kenlock looks back

From beauty pageants to burned-down pubs, Neil Kenlock spent decades capturing the struggles – and victories – of black Britain. Here he relives ‘some of the best years of my life’‘Sometimes I look at
How the Mendocino Complex fire became the largest in California history – a visual guide

How the Mendocino Complex fire became the largest in California history – a visual guide

The blaze in northern California, covering 443.4 square miles, is already the state’s largest ever wildfire. At least 3,900 crews are battling the fire, which has destroyed more than 80 homes and
Armed men flee after cars set alight outside Birmingham prison

Armed men flee after cars set alight outside Birmingham prison

Police say several vehicles have been set alight but there are no reported injuriesPolice and firefighters are responding to an incident outside Birmingham prison after reports of two masked men armed
Body found on Wales beach in 1985 identified as missing Irish man

Body found on Wales beach in 1985 identified as missing Irish man

DNA tests signal that remains are those of Joseph Brendan Dowley from KilkennyPolice have identified a body found on a north Wales beach 33 years ago as that of a 63-year-old Irish man from
Paul Manafort's lawyers to question Rick Gates's credibility after explosive testimony

Paul Manafort's lawyers to question Rick Gates's credibility after explosive testimony

Under cross examination at the tax evasion and bank fraud trial of his ex-boss Paul Manafort, Gates struggled to give clear answersA former campaign aide to Donald Trump lived a “secret life”
Theresa May calls on Boris Johnson to say sorry for burqa remarks

Theresa May calls on Boris Johnson to say sorry for burqa remarks

PM’s intervention comes as senior Tory Muslim says Johnson should lose the whipAll apologies: the many times Boris Johnson has been told to say sorry Theresa May has rebuked Boris Johnson over his
Delhi's women shelters to be inspected after abuse allegations

Delhi's women shelters to be inspected after abuse allegations

Indian minister for women admits ‘no attention’ was paid to alleged abuse in sheltersEvery shelter for vulnerable women and girls across Delhi will be inspected after accusations of sexual abuse at
Hungry for change: urban foragers take the law into their own hands

Hungry for change: urban foragers take the law into their own hands

Municipal parks are generally off limits to foragers, but in Seattle there’s a newfound hunger to maintain this tradition in citiesAccording to Langdon Cook, there’s one golden rule of foraging: if
Ivory Coast president pardons 800 people including ex-first lady

Ivory Coast president pardons 800 people including ex-first lady

Simone Gbagbo was serving 20-year sentence for role in post-election unrest of 2010The president of the Ivory Coast has pardoned 800 people including the former first lady Simone Gbagbo, who was
UK human rights panel to investigate police use of child spies

UK human rights panel to investigate police use of child spies

Parliamentary committee to look into practice, which has been criticised by campaignersParliament’s joint committee on human rights has been asked to investigate the use of child spies by the police
Universal basic income hasn’t made me rich. But my life is more enriching | Tuomas Muraja

Universal basic income hasn’t made me rich. But my life is more enriching | Tuomas Muraja

Trying out the scheme in Finland pushed me to find better work opportunities. It beats a complicated benefits systemThe Finnish basic income trial, of which I am part, finishes at the end of the year.
Despair and anxiety:  Puerto Rico's 'living emergency' as a mental health crisis unfolds

Despair and anxiety: Puerto Rico's 'living emergency' as a mental health crisis unfolds

One powerful hurricane robbed millions of Americans of reliable access to basic necessities. Almost a year later the psychological effects are still being feltFor the first 36 hours after Hurricane
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