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'Fight is not over': Cosby's attorney speaks after guilty verdict – video

'Fight is not over': Cosby's attorney speaks after guilty verdict – video

Bill Cosby has been convicted of drugging and molesting an acquaintance in 2004, and now faces a possible maximum prison sentence of 30 years. The verdict came as vindication for dozens of women who
Ex-Fox News contributor confirmed as Trump's ambassador to Germany

Ex-Fox News contributor confirmed as Trump's ambassador to Germany

Richard Grenell, who is the first openly gay Trump appointee, faced opposition from Democrats over controversial remarksThe US Senate confirmed Richard Grenell, a former United Nations spokesperson
Nine teenage hikers killed in Israel flash floods

Nine teenage hikers killed in Israel flash floods

Police say 15 rescued and one still missing from group hiking south of Dead SeaNine Israeli teenagers who were hiking south of the Dead Sea have been killed by flash floods, Israel’s rescue service
Avicii's family say DJ 'could not go on any longer'

Avicii's family say DJ 'could not go on any longer'

Swedish star remembered as ‘sensitive guy’ who was not made for the music businessThe family of the Swedish DJ Avicii, who was found dead last week, have released a statement saying he “could not go
Windrush case: UK to give Albert Thompson indefinite right to remain

Windrush case: UK to give Albert Thompson indefinite right to remain

Lawyers for man denied cancer care say home secretary’s confirmation is a ‘real relief’ Albert Thompson, the Windrush victim who was denied NHS cancer care, is to be granted indefinite leave to
EU doesn't need the City of London, says chief Brexit negotiator

EU doesn't need the City of London, says chief Brexit negotiator

Michel Barnier torpedoes Theresa May’s hopes of a gold-plated deal for UK financial servicesThe EU does not need the City of London and Theresa May’s “pleading” for a special deal for the UK’s
Asic's conflict-of-interest policies under microscope after AMP revelations

Asic's conflict-of-interest policies under microscope after AMP revelations

Greens senator Peter Whish-Wilson also wants donations from major banks and financial planners to go into victims compensation fund• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon
Australia shouldn’t have to choose between China or the US | Jeff Sparrow

Australia shouldn’t have to choose between China or the US | Jeff Sparrow

In understanding the China debate, we’d do well to remember Australia’s propensity to a certain kind of xenophobiaSign up to receive the latest Australian opinion pieces every weekday“I was always
Coalition using cuts to disability support to prop up budget, expert says

Coalition using cuts to disability support to prop up budget, expert says

Economist Stephen Anthony says commonwealth’s finances have improved largely due to cuts to benefit payments • Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morningThe federal
White House releases pictures of Mike Pompeo shaking hands with Kim Jong-un

White House releases pictures of Mike Pompeo shaking hands with Kim Jong-un

Pompeo confirmed to replace Rex Tillerson as US secretary of state after receiving backing from 57 senators – but 42 voted noThe White House on Thursday released two photographs of Mike Pompeo, the
Men accused of racist sticker crusade 'posed giving Nazi salute'

Men accused of racist sticker crusade 'posed giving Nazi salute'

Pair among group of five on trial in Birmingham for inciting racial hatred at Aston UniversityTwo of five men accused of inciting racial hatred after plastering offensive stickers across a university
Putting the antisemitism debate in perspective | Letters

Putting the antisemitism debate in perspective | Letters

Roger Silverman says it is time to defend Corbyn’s consistent record of resistance to racism in all its forms, Bryn Jones says the Zionist label now resembles previous intemperate use of the term
Where the streets have ho-hum names | Letters

Where the streets have ho-hum names | Letters

Britain’s road names are unimaginative, writes Richard Norton-Taylor. We should use them to commemorate notable figures as they do on the continentMartin Kettle is right (Britain has too many statues
'Obscene masquerade': Russia criticised over Douma chemical attack denial

'Obscene masquerade': Russia criticised over Douma chemical attack denial

Witnesses taken to The Hague to say no attack took place in Damascus suburb on 7 April Russia has been accused of carrying out an “obscene masquerade” for transporting 17 Syrian people to Europe to
Donald Trump to meet Queen on  UK visit in July

Donald Trump to meet Queen on UK visit in July

US president will not receive full fanfare of state visit in one-day trip on Friday 13 July Donald Trump will make a “working visit” to the UK on Friday 13 July, the UK and US have both confirmed,
America's first memorial to victims of lynching opens in Alabama – live updates

America's first memorial to victims of lynching opens in Alabama – live updates

America’s first memorial to lynching victims opens today in Montgomery, Alabama. The Guardian is on the ground to cover a historic momentThe sadism of white men: why America must atone for its
Customs union conundrum and Marx at 200 – Politics Weekly podcast

Customs union conundrum and Marx at 200 – Politics Weekly podcast

Heather Stewart is joined by Aarti Shankar, Rafael Behr and Tom McTague to discuss the showdown over Britain’s membership of the EU customs union after Brexit. Plus Philip Cowley on local election
'Gene map for depression' sparks hopes of new generation of treatments

'Gene map for depression' sparks hopes of new generation of treatments

A 200-strong team of researchers from across the globe have mapped the genetic variants that increase the risk of depressionScientists have raised hopes for more effective treatments for depression, a
Arrested Bristol councillor accuses police of institutional bias

Arrested Bristol councillor accuses police of institutional bias

Afzal Shah was detained in patrol car after being misidentified as suspect while reporting a crimeA British Asian councillor has described his humiliation at being arrested and held in the back of a
The Wound review – raw pain and challenge of male circumcision drama

The Wound review – raw pain and challenge of male circumcision drama

John Trengove’s boldly transgressive film tells the story of a city kid’s traditional initiation ritual and the secret gay sexuality of his mentors in a mountain retreat• Sign up for Film Today and