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Search resumes for boys in flooded Thai cave complex

Search resumes for boys in flooded Thai cave complex

Divers re-enter caves where 12 boys and football coach have been missing for three daysNavy Seal divers and other rescuers have re-entered a partly flooded cave in northern Thailand to search for 12
Man held over deaths of retired British couple in Jamaica

Man held over deaths of retired British couple in Jamaica

Charlie and Gayle Anderson found dead at home in Portland on SaturdayA man has been taken into custody as part of an investigation into the deaths of a retired British couple in Jamaica.Charlie
Beyond bionics: how the future of prosthetics is redefining humanity – video

Beyond bionics: how the future of prosthetics is redefining humanity – video

Bionic technology is removing physical barriers faced by disabled people while raising profound questions of what it is to be human. From DIY prosthetics realised through 3D printing technology to
'More dead than alive': Rio's closure of legendary club reflects cultural crisis

'More dead than alive': Rio's closure of legendary club reflects cultural crisis

Bar Semente, a famed club in a hip downtown area, shut down as economic crisis and violence affected the music community It was Rio’s equivalent of the Blue Note or Ronnie Scott’s, a legendary
The US ambassador to Israel is a boon to the far right. He must be stopped | Jeremy Ben-Ami

The US ambassador to Israel is a boon to the far right. He must be stopped | Jeremy Ben-Ami

It’s time for the US Senate to call to task an ambassador who has violated every conceivable diplomatic normIt’s been over a year since David Friedman – long-time settlement movement benefactor and
Heather Locklear arrested  for 'assaulting police and paramedic'

Heather Locklear arrested for 'assaulting police and paramedic'

Dynasty and Melrose Place actor charged after altercation at California homeThe US actor Heather Locklear has been arrested on suspicion of fighting with first responders for the second time this
‘Another outbreak is a certainty’: are we ready for a superbug epidemic?

‘Another outbreak is a certainty’: are we ready for a superbug epidemic?

Fifteen years ago, Sars spread through Hong Kong like wildfire. With ever-denser populations and rising antibiotic resistance how many cities are prepared for a viral or bacterial outbreak?It has been
Six people with albinism will stand for election to fight stigma in Malawi

Six people with albinism will stand for election to fight stigma in Malawi

Candidates hope to combat sharp rise in killings of people with albinism, whose body parts are used in ritual practices Being born with albinism can be a death sentence in Malawi. With 22 recorded
Brexit uncertainty putting 860,000 jobs at risk, warns car industry

Brexit uncertainty putting 860,000 jobs at risk, warns car industry

Sector needs Britain to remain in customs union ‘as a minimum’, says lobby groupThe car industry has warned Theresa May there is “no Brexit dividend” for the business, with 860,000 jobs being put at
Turnbull quashes Abbott’s bid to give party room a say on energy guarantee

Turnbull quashes Abbott’s bid to give party room a say on energy guarantee

Prime minister tells MPs Josh Frydenberg to proceed to make-or-break talks with states and territories on Neg Malcolm Turnbull has smacked down Tony Abbott’s push to force a special party room meeting
Thailand's junta renews corruption crackdown on Buddhist monks

Thailand's junta renews corruption crackdown on Buddhist monks

Six high-profile arrests mark pre-election effort by generals to stamp their authority on templesThailand’s Buddhist temples have long been tainted with allegations of greed, corruption, sex, murder
When 77 hats do the lotus position: the cosmic world of Younes Rahmoun

When 77 hats do the lotus position: the cosmic world of Younes Rahmoun

On a journey around the bustling, sun-filled medina of his hometown, the Moroccan artist – a contender for the Jameel prize – shows our writer where he finds inspiration On a bright spring day, the
Child labour is never OK. But for multinationals it is an outrage | Sarah Boseley

Child labour is never OK. But for multinationals it is an outrage | Sarah Boseley

Global tobacco companies have no excuse. The life chances of children are being destroyed, and the problem is growingChild labour should never be taken lightly, but there is a widespread assumption
Donald Trump jokes David Lynch's career 'over' for praising his presidency

Donald Trump jokes David Lynch's career 'over' for praising his presidency

US president quotes Lynch comments in Guardian article, and also takes aim at Jimmy Fallon and Stephen ColbertDonald Trump has joked that David Lynch’s career in Hollywood is “officially over” after
'Toxic garbage will be sold here': Outcry as Brazil moves to loosen pesticide laws

'Toxic garbage will be sold here': Outcry as Brazil moves to loosen pesticide laws

A controversial bill, dubbed the ‘poison package’, is set to go to Brazilian CongressA Brazilian Congress commission has approved a controversial bill to lift restrictions on pesticides despite fierce
Images of cockatoo on 13th-century Vatican manuscript inspire trade route rethink

Images of cockatoo on 13th-century Vatican manuscript inspire trade route rethink

Holy Emperor’s falconry guide shows the oldest known European depiction of the birdOn the margins of a 13th-century manuscript written by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II, are more than 900
Papua New Guinea suffers first polio outbreak in 18 years

Papua New Guinea suffers first polio outbreak in 18 years

Boy of six falls ill in Morobe province, as PNG joins three other countries in the world battling the virus The first case of polio in Papua New Guinea in 18 years has been detected, with a
ABC apologises for saying prime minister decided to call byelections – politics live

ABC apologises for saying prime minister decided to call byelections – politics live

ABC News says story should have included Malcolm Turnbull’s denial, live 8.52am BST Just a glimpsePlanning a visit to Parliament? Please be aware that the roof will be closed to visitors until 25 July
UK democracy under threat and reform is urgent, says electoral regulator

UK democracy under threat and reform is urgent, says electoral regulator

Electoral Commission asks government to change law after series of online political campaign scandals The Electoral Commission has called for urgent reforms to electoral law after a series of online
Tamil family members win injunction to prevent deportation to Sri Lanka

Tamil family members win injunction to prevent deportation to Sri Lanka

Nadesalingam, Priya and daughters were removed from their home in Queensland’s BiloelaTwo members of a family of Tamil asylum seekers from the Queensland town of Biloela have won an 11th-hour