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Football’s broken dreams: the African teenagers sold a Premier League lie | Pete Pattison

Football’s broken dreams: the African teenagers sold a Premier League lie | Pete Pattison

He went to Nepal hoping it would be a stepping stone to playing for Chelsea. Instead, Aboubacar Sidibé became another victim of unscrupulous ‘agents’ who promise young men a shot at the big time only
Royal wedding: Meghan Markle's bridesmaids and pageboys announced

Royal wedding: Meghan Markle's bridesmaids and pageboys announced

Princess Charlotte and Prince George given roles as attendance of Meghan Markle’s father still uncertainAs Meghan Markle’s father looked increasingly unlikely to be walking her down the aisle on
North Carolina teachers to hold one-day walkout

North Carolina teachers to hold one-day walkout

Thousands of teachers and supporters will rally at the state capitol to highlight low wages and poorly funded local schoolsTeachers in North Carolina on Wednesday are launching a one-day walkout in
'Fearless' Irish playwright Tom Murphy dies aged 83

'Fearless' Irish playwright Tom Murphy dies aged 83

Playwright Martin McDonagh and Ireland’s president Michael D Higgins pay tribute to revered dramatist whose works include A Whistle in the DarkTributes have been paid to the influential playwright Tom
Welcome to cycle heaven: why we moved our family to the Netherlands

Welcome to cycle heaven: why we moved our family to the Netherlands

When Kylie van Dam went in search of a cycle-friendly city she found the almost car-free suburb of Houten. It’s a model more cities could copy, she writes Continue reading...
Vatican advises nuns not to overindulge in social media

Vatican advises nuns not to overindulge in social media

Guidelines issued after cloistered nuns protested on Facebook over Pamplona gang-rape acquittalThe Vatican has advised cloistered nuns not to overindulge in social media to avoid sullying their
Barramundi farm first NT beneficiary of $5bn government incentive

Barramundi farm first NT beneficiary of $5bn government incentive

The Naif was set up to give the northern Australian economy a boost, but two years later, only two businesses have received funds• Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every
Whisky lovers may hit the rocks as Japanese producer runs dry

Whisky lovers may hit the rocks as Japanese producer runs dry

Suntory to stop selling two lines, including the Hibiki 17-year-old blend drunk by Bill Murray in Lost in TranslationWhisky lovers around the world will have to go without some of their favourite
Urban v rural: can cities protect reproductive rights?

Urban v rural: can cities protect reproductive rights?

The run-up to Ireland’s abortion vote has revealed a divide already at the fore in the US, Italy and Poland – where urban policy-makers are standing up against state conservatismA lone woman scales a
Mass grave of alleged victims of former president Jammeh found in the Gambia

Mass grave of alleged victims of former president Jammeh found in the Gambia

Bodies discovered of 12 west Africans human rights groups say were killed by paramilitary hit squad under orders of Yahya JammehA mass grave containing the bodies of 12 west Africans allegedly killed
'Children were dying of hunger': the doctor fighting for Ecuador's poor – podcast

'Children were dying of hunger': the doctor fighting for Ecuador's poor – podcast

Medic turned health activist Dr Erika Arteaga-Cruz has vowed to remedy the country’s poor record on treatment for communities in dire needDr Erika Arteaga-Cruz left her work in an Ecuadorean hospital
Trump is wrong over Iran, but Europe can’t afford to divorce the US | Bruno Tertrais

Trump is wrong over Iran, but Europe can’t afford to divorce the US | Bruno Tertrais

No other US president has been as antagonistic to European principles. But there’s no alternative to a strong transatlantic partnershipIn 2003 a US-led war in the Middle East fractured western unity
Couple in California deny torturing 10 children in their home – video

Couple in California deny torturing 10 children in their home – video

A Californian couple deny multiple charges of torture and child abuse after 10 children were discovered in 'horrific' conditions in their suburban home. Jonathan Allen, 29, denies seven counts of

Australia supports North Korea-US summit, Julie Bishop says – video

The country's foreign minister tells a Perth press conference that any opportunity to bring the regime to the negotiating table should be taken. 'I have said from the outset that North Korea must
Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

Pardon is first big success of the nation’s newly elected governing coalition, Pakatan Harapan, led by 92-year-old Mahathir MohamadMalaysia’s former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim, jailed for
Coalition won't ban live exports after report's release delayed

Coalition won't ban live exports after report's release delayed

Sources say government won’t enact summer ban despite recommendation from Australian Veterinary AuthorityThe Turnbull government will not announce a summer ban on live sheep exports when it releases a
'CPAC for progressives': Bernie Sanders and others debate the left's big ideas

'CPAC for progressives': Bernie Sanders and others debate the left's big ideas

At an event that eschewed Trumpian theatrics for earnest discussion, Democratic heavyweights hoped to prove the party can think bigThe Center for American Progress wasn’t hosting a presidential cattle
Cost of police inquiry into Manchester Arena bombing rises to £4m

Cost of police inquiry into Manchester Arena bombing rises to £4m

Around 100 officers still working full time on investigation nearly one year onThe investigation into the Manchester Arena bombing has so far cost £4m, with 7,000 people now referenced in the inquiry,
When Jewish Americans uphold occupation, it corrodes our souls | Mariyama Scott

When Jewish Americans uphold occupation, it corrodes our souls | Mariyama Scott

Our Jewish tradition teaches us that life is sacred. It is long past time to embrace the call for freedom and dignity for allOn Monday, I joined over a hundred other young American Jews in Washington
Morning mail: Ecuador's costly Assange spy operation

Morning mail: Ecuador's costly Assange spy operation

Wednesday: Ecuador’s a multimillion-dollar spy operation for Julian Assange revealed. Plus, Behrouz Boochani’s interview with a gay Iranian refugee on ManusGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy