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How Xi Jinping became a networked authoritarian thanks to his little red app | John Naughton

How Xi Jinping became a networked authoritarian thanks to his little red app | John Naughton

The Chinese president has taken surveillance of his citizens to unprecedented and chilling levelsWe need to update Marx’s famous aphorism that “history repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the
From bean to bar in Ivory Coast, a country built on cocoa

From bean to bar in Ivory Coast, a country built on cocoa

On the eve of Fairtrade Fortnight, we meet the female farmers fighting for trade justice who face an uncertain futureAsking about the importance of cocoa in Ivory Coast feels a little like making
‘I won’t talk about Hoda’: Alabama responds to Muthana’s plea to return

‘I won’t talk about Hoda’: Alabama responds to Muthana’s plea to return

Silence persists in Muthana’s home town of Hoover as some insist her views ‘in no way reflect the community she came from’Before entering the conference room at the Hoover Crescent Islamic Center,
Cuba’s evangelical alliance leads crusade against gay marriage

Cuba’s evangelical alliance leads crusade against gay marriage

Conservative Christianity becomes a political force in referendum on state’s new constitutionA thousand parishioners gathered in the Methodist church in the Vedado district of Cuba’s capital on a
Key army reports ‘hidden’ from new Deepcut inquest

Key army reports ‘hidden’ from new Deepcut inquest

Evidence on barracks life will not be given at hearing this week into death of Private Geoff Gray, letter claimsAn inquest into the death of a teenage army recruit has been plunged into controversy
Theresa May insists Brexit 'must not, will not' be blocked

Theresa May insists Brexit 'must not, will not' be blocked

PM’s vow comes after three ministers signal they could back moves to delay withdrawalTheresa May has vowed to Tory grassroots activists that she will not allow the referendum vote for Britain to leave
Donald Keene, renowned scholar of Japanese literature, dies aged 96

Donald Keene, renowned scholar of Japanese literature, dies aged 96

US-born academic became a Japanese citizen and received country’s highest cultural honour in 2008 Donald Keene, a renowned scholar of Japanese literature whose writing and translations inspired
Muffin Break faces backlash after boss says millennials won't do unpaid work

Muffin Break faces backlash after boss says millennials won't do unpaid work

Uproar comes as parliamentary inquiry into Australian franchise sector prepares final reportThe cafe chain Muffin Break is facing a backlash from customers after its general manager said that entitled
Alabama newspaper at centre of KKK outcry appoints black female editor

Alabama newspaper at centre of KKK outcry appoints black female editor

Elecia R. Dexter takes reins of Democrat-Reporter from Goodloe Sutton, who called for return of Ku Klux KlanA small-town Alabama newspaper that drew condemnation for an editorial this month calling
Call for investigation after Georgina Downer presents cheque to bowling club

Call for investigation after Georgina Downer presents cheque to bowling club

MP Rebekha Sharkie sees red after Liberal rival for Mayo is photographed handing over a novelty cheque for a taxpayer-funded grantLabor has asked the auditor general to investigate how the Liberal
Thousands mourn seven Syrian siblings killed in Canada fire

Thousands mourn seven Syrian siblings killed in Canada fire

Refugee children from four months to 15 years old perished in as-yet unexplained blaze at their home in HalifaxAround 2,000 mourners attended the funeral on Saturday of seven children from a Syrian
Women in prison: 'It took six months of anguish to get my child'

Women in prison: 'It took six months of anguish to get my child'

More women are in jail than ever before, often for minor offences. The invisible victims are their childrenWhen she was a child Tricia Walsh used to hide under her bed. She knew she wasn’t safe from
Saudi Arabia appoints its first female ambassador to US

Saudi Arabia appoints its first female ambassador to US

Reema bint Bandar replaces crown prince’s brother amid fallout over Khashoggi murderSaudi Arabia has named a princess as its first female ambassador to the United States, a key appointment as the
Australia's trade minister raises concerns about China's coal processing delays

Australia's trade minister raises concerns about China's coal processing delays

Simon Birmingham says coal taking twice as long as normal to clear ports amid quality checksAustralia’s trade minister has welcomed high-level confirmation from Beijing that there is no ban on coal
Kim Jong-un boards train for two-day journey to meet Trump in Vietnam

Kim Jong-un boards train for two-day journey to meet Trump in Vietnam

North Korean leader takes scenic route via China to Wednesday’s meeting in Hanoi Kim Jong-un has boarded a train to Vietnam for his second summit with US president Donald Trump, North Korea state
In pictures: violent clashes on the Venezuelan border

In pictures: violent clashes on the Venezuelan border

Volunteers attempt to get aid inside country but trucks stopped just meters inside Venezuelan territoryReport: at least four dead and dozens injuredLiveblog: national guard and protesters clashVideo
Sixty per cent of voters support medevac bill, GetUp poll finds

Sixty per cent of voters support medevac bill, GetUp poll finds

Majority of those polled in Peter Dutton’s and Tony Abbott’s electorates back the moveAlmost 60% of voters support the recently passed medevac bill to more easily get critically ill people access to
Corbyn told: change course before it’s too late for Labour

Corbyn told: change course before it’s too late for Labour

Senior party figures warn leader over approach to antisemitism and new Brexit voteSome of Labour’s most influential figures are urgently warning Jeremy Corbyn to change his approach to antisemitism,
Mueller: Paul Manafort is hardened criminal who 'repeatedly' broke law

Mueller: Paul Manafort is hardened criminal who 'repeatedly' broke law

Special counsel’s team say Trump campaign chairman deserves second prison sentence which could total 10 yearsPaul Manafort is a hardened criminal who “repeatedly and brazenly” broke the law even while
Wales on course for grand slam as late tries shatter England

Wales on course for grand slam as late tries shatter England

• Wales 21-13 England • Cory Hill and Josh Adams score tries in second-half fightbackFrom the sublime to the submerged. England, imperious in the Six Nations’ first two rounds, drowned under a tidal