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'Our memories have vanished': the Palestinian theatre destroyed in a bomb strike

'Our memories have vanished': the Palestinian theatre destroyed in a bomb strike

The Said al-Mishal Centre brought theatre, dance and music to the beleaguered residents of Gaza City. Its destruction in an Israeli air strike last week has sparked outrage – and dealt a heavy blow to
Coconut oil is 'pure poison', says Harvard professor

Coconut oil is 'pure poison', says Harvard professor

It is feted as a healthy choice but the oil, which is high in saturated fat, is ‘one of the worst things you can eat’ says expertFor certain health food shops and wellbeing sites it is the panacea
Danny Boyle's exit from James Bond throws franchise into chaos

Danny Boyle's exit from James Bond throws franchise into chaos

Director’s departure over ‘creative differences’ expected to delay production, and could even lead to loss of star Daniel CraigThe immediate future of the James Bond franchise is in chaos after the
Police officer who breastfed baby on duty in Argentina promoted

Police officer who breastfed baby on duty in Argentina promoted

Celeste Ayala comforted child recently taken away from his mother near Buenos AiresA police officer in Argentina has been promoted after she comforted a crying baby by breastfeeding him. Celeste Ayala
Three men charged over suspected East Sussex gun factory

Three men charged over suspected East Sussex gun factory

Machinery suspected of being used to make ammunition and guns found in HailshamThree men have been charged after a suspected gun factory was discovered on the edge of a market town in East Sussex,
Bike-sharing firm Mobike threatens to pull out of Manchester

Bike-sharing firm Mobike threatens to pull out of Manchester

Chinese company’s bikes have been found in waterways, up lampposts, or hidden in sheds Manchester could be the first world city abandoned by bike-sharing behemoth Mobike on the grounds of persistent
Matteo Salvini rides wave of popularity in wake of Genoa disaster

Matteo Salvini rides wave of popularity in wake of Genoa disaster

Analysis: Support for League party led by Italy’s hardline interior minister has risen from from 17% in March to about 30% The popularity of Italy’s hardline interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is
Sweden's reindeer at risk of starvation after summer drought

Sweden's reindeer at risk of starvation after summer drought

Indigenous Sami herders urge state to help mitigate impact of climate change in Arctic circleSweden’s indigenous Sami reindeer herders are demanding state aid to help them cope with the impact of this
Trump contradicts Cohen: 'Hush money payments came from me' – live updates

Trump contradicts Cohen: 'Hush money payments came from me' – live updates

President’s claim regarding payments to women at odds with former lawyer’s guilty plea over campaign finance violations Sign up to receive the day’s top stories 10.08pm BST We’re closing the liveblog
Could land swap between Serbia and Kosovo lead to conflict?

Could land swap between Serbia and Kosovo lead to conflict?

Critics claim potential border settlement on ethnic lines sets dangerous Balkan precedentIt could be a deal to bring lasting settlement, prosperity and European integration to the Balkans – or it
The Rohingya refugee crisis speaks to the worst acts of humanity

The Rohingya refugee crisis speaks to the worst acts of humanity

More than 700,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar in the past year. It is vital we don’t forget themSince the end of August 2017, more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees have fled escalating
Stefán Karl Stefánsson, LazyTown's Robbie Rotten, dies aged 43

Stefán Karl Stefánsson, LazyTown's Robbie Rotten, dies aged 43

The Icelandic actor, who played the junk-food-munching villain in the children’s TV show, had been diagnosed with bile duct cancer The Icelandic actor Stefán Karl Stefánsson, who played the villain
And the band played on: how to grow old gracefully in pop

And the band played on: how to grow old gracefully in pop

Madonna may have hit a birthday milestone but, from Johnny Cash’s stark admission of age to Paul McCartney’s embrace of hip young things, there’s ways to keep your music freshThe late rock critic
Huddersfield hospital closed after man hurt in 'targeted attack'

Huddersfield hospital closed after man hurt in 'targeted attack'

Private hospital asks patients to stay away following reports of assault in early hoursA hospital in Huddersfield has been closed after a man sustained injuries in a “targeted attack” outside the
'Unlike the NFL, you always honour our flag': Trump attacks anthem protest again – video

'Unlike the NFL, you always honour our flag': Trump attacks anthem protest again – video

President Trump has once again launched an attack on NFL players who have knelt during the national anthem – despite just one player doing so during the last round of matches. Speaking at a rally in
'Dance has done so much for me': the leader of Kenya's slum ballet school – podcast

'Dance has done so much for me': the leader of Kenya's slum ballet school – podcast

Mike Wamaya discusses how performing ballet helps children transcend the chaos and violence of life in KiberaMike Wamaya’s life was turned upside down when his father died and he had to drop out of
North Korea is still developing nuclear weapons, says IAEA

North Korea is still developing nuclear weapons, says IAEA

UN watchdog’s report raises questions over Pyongyang’s position on denuclearisationNorth Korea is continuing to develop its nuclear weapons programme, according to a report by the UN atomic watchdog,
Tony Abbott suggests Turnbull a ‘despairing incumbent’ who failed to defend Dutton

Tony Abbott suggests Turnbull a ‘despairing incumbent’ who failed to defend Dutton

Former PM says Malcolm Turnbull has a duty to ‘protect the team – even the people who might be your critics’Tony Abbott has launched a broadside at Malcolm Turnbull, accusing him of failing to defend
Murderer who escaped from prison arrested in Leeds after year on run

Murderer who escaped from prison arrested in Leeds after year on run

Shaun Walmsley was sprung from custody in Liverpool last year during hospital visitA convicted murderer who escaped from prison 18 months ago has been arrested.Shaun Walmsley, 29, was sprung from
Alleged massacre of Amazon tribespeople: what really happened? | Dom Phillips

Alleged massacre of Amazon tribespeople: what really happened? | Dom Phillips

A paddle and bad recording of a bar-room conversation were all investigators had to go on when claims surfaced of killings deep in Brazil’s Javari Valley last year When not selling breakfasts in this