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Jonathan King denies sexual abuse of 12 teenagers

Jonathan King denies sexual abuse of 12 teenagers

Former DJ is accused of assaulting boys aged 14-17 in the 1970s and 1980sThe former DJ Jonathan King has denied a string of sexual abuse offences against 12 teenagers in the 1970s and 1980s. King, 73,
'An exceptional sale': dazzling Rockefeller collection could fetch $1bn

'An exceptional sale': dazzling Rockefeller collection could fetch $1bn

Sprawling private collection of 1,600 of David Rockefeller’s items will go on auction at Christie’s – and could break recordsThere was a hushed sense of awe among the spectators perusing the nearly
Spanish PM says Eta's crimes will not go unpunished

Spanish PM says Eta's crimes will not go unpunished

Disbanded group has gained nothing from decades of deadly violence, Mariano Rajoy saysSpain’s prime minister has vowed that Eta’s crimes will not go unpunished and called for victims of its
Nasa mission to map Mars interior will launch this weekend

Nasa mission to map Mars interior will launch this weekend

The InSight lander will make contact on the Martian equator and dig deep down into the planet to examine its inner coreNasa’s latest mission to another planet is set to blast off on Saturday on a
How Cape Town was saved from running out of water

How Cape Town was saved from running out of water

Reusing shower water, limiting toilet flushing and night-time irrigation were among measures that saved South Africa’s second city from running dryLate last year, as the South African government faced
Revived in the west, neglected in the east: how Marx still divides Germany

Revived in the west, neglected in the east: how Marx still divides Germany

The fate of a statue highlights contrasting attitudes on eve of the philosopher’s 200th birthday Throughout the cold war, Karl Marx stood tall and proud in the centre of Neubrandenburg, a socialist
UK weather: temperatures could break early May bank holiday records

UK weather: temperatures could break early May bank holiday records

Forecasters say mercury could reach as high as 28C in some parts of England on MondayBritain is poised to bask in hot weather, with bank holiday Monday heading for record highs.Temperatures could
Mahmoud Abbas apologises for Holocaust speech

Mahmoud Abbas apologises for Holocaust speech

Palestinian president accused of antisemitism after comments on historical persecution of JewsThe Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, has apologised after he was accused of antisemitism following a
Hawaii: hundreds evacuated after Kilauea volcano erupts – video report

Hawaii: hundreds evacuated after Kilauea volcano erupts – video report

Lava has spread through the Puna district of Hawaii after the Kilauea volcano erupted, following several days of earthquakes. Lava could be seen spurting through cracks in the road and rocks being
Owen Jones and Jonathan Pie creator go head to head on free speech - video

Owen Jones and Jonathan Pie creator go head to head on free speech - video

The political satirist Tom Walker, creator of faux-news reporter Jonathan Pie, tells the Guardian’s Owen Jones why he believes most arguments are framed according to an individual’s gender, sexuality
Cruise control: Chanel pushes the boat out with ambitious show

Cruise control: Chanel pushes the boat out with ambitious show

Replica ship in Grand Palais is striking backdrop for catwalk show that reflects bold new confidence of French fashion Docking a 148-metre-long ship with on-board piano bar, swimming pool and a
Peanut butter battle: small win for Australian brand Bega against Kraft

Peanut butter battle: small win for Australian brand Bega against Kraft

Australian court says US food giant cannot continue tribunal proceedings in New York while Australian case is under way • Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every
Doodoowatch: a crowdsourced solution to our cities' dog mess minefield?

Doodoowatch: a crowdsourced solution to our cities' dog mess minefield?

Major cities worldwide have tried and failed to cut dog fouling. Could a Cambridgeshire village’s ‘mess map’ be the answer?It is the Sisyphean task shared by cities, towns and villages around the
Zimbabwe moves to protect women from spiralling cervical cancer rates

Zimbabwe moves to protect women from spiralling cervical cancer rates

Major campaign to vaccinate young girls against human papilloma virus expected to reach almost every corner of country More than 800,000 girls in Zimbabwe will be vaccinated against the human
Review sparks fears Coalition set to outsource public service jobs to private sector

Review sparks fears Coalition set to outsource public service jobs to private sector

Government appoints number of senior private sector players to panel examining the federal public service • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The government has
Volcanic lava spreads through residential areas of Hawaii – video

Volcanic lava spreads through residential areas of Hawaii – video

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has erupted, prompting the evacuation of 10,000 people from their homes. Lava can be seen pouring through parts of the Puna district of Hawaii, with one resident saying lava
Nobel prize in literature 2018 cancelled after sexual assault scandal

Nobel prize in literature 2018 cancelled after sexual assault scandal

Swedish Academy says it needs to ‘commit time to recovering public confidence’ after string of resignations and wide-ranging scandalRiven by infighting and resignations following allegations of sexual
Trump set to benefit as Qatar buys $6.5m apartment in New York tower

Trump set to benefit as Qatar buys $6.5m apartment in New York tower

The acquisition by the Middle Eastern state came soon after a lawsuit that tried to stop president benefiting from such deals was dismissedThe government of Qatar bought a $6.5m apartment in one of
Cecilia Haddad murder: police divers search under bridge for evidence

Cecilia Haddad murder: police divers search under bridge for evidence

Dive squads search beneath Gladesville Bridge for set of keys that may be important evidence in case• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Police divers are searching for
Italy looks set for fresh elections as it enters third month without government

Italy looks set for fresh elections as it enters third month without government

President Sergio Mattarella calls for fresh consultations to try to make three main political forces agree deal to form governmentItaly enters its third month without a government on Friday as warring