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South Africa 'interfered' in Rwandan spy chief's murder case inquest

theguardian.com     9+ min ago

The lawyer for the family of the murdered Rwandan intelligence chief Patrick Karegeya told a Johannesburg inquest the South African government might have "interfered" in the police investigation. At ...

Schumann: The Symphonies review bombast and revelation

theguardian.com     14+ min ago

The Staatskapelle's sumptuous playing is hard to fault, but conductor Thielemann is too overblown at times Christian Thielemann has recorded the Schumann symphonies before, with the Philharmonia for ...

Surge in ticket sales for European ferries after Brexit delay

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 25+ min ago

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Tunisia holds UN Libya arms trafficking expert in jail

theguardian.com     31+ min ago

A UN-appointed expert on breaches of the Libyan arms embargo has been arrested and kept in a Tunisian jail for nearly a month. Moncef Kartas, a Tunisian-German dual national, was arrested on 26 March...

Let There Be Light review Christian conversion drama is cinematic heresy

theguardian.com     19+ min ago

Let There Be Light review - Christian conversion drama is cinematic heresy Kevin `Hercules' Sorbo stars as an atheist who finds God in a humourless tale full of flimsy characters and flimsier acting ...

Malaysia investigates women who discussed their 'dehijabbing'

theguardian.com     51+ min ago

Move by Islamic authorities condemned as attempt to `intimidate women activists' Three women in Malaysia who held an event discussing their decision to stop wearing the hijab are being investigated b...

Mind games: the cold war race to produce a superhuman

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 22+ min ago

The US and Soviet Union both believed people could control time, read minds and ignore pain. And, reveals The Men on Magic Carpets, their psychic experiments played out in the sporting arena Candlest...

European politicians are in election mode but they must hold the line on Brexit

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 18+ min ago

European politicians are in election mode - but they must hold the line on Brexit The inevitable power struggles must not be allowed to obscure the unprecedented risk the loss of an EU member state w...

Champions League semi-finals: how the ties shape up and could be decided

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 13+ min ago

We look at Tottenham's meeting with Ajax and Barcelona versus Liverpool, plus key dates and odds The tie that nobody expected. It should have been Manchester City v Juventus but then football - beaut...

Rough sleeping figures cannot be trusted, says statistics chief

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 5+ min ago

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Ferry services get Brexit delay boost as summer sales soar

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 25+ min ago

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Someone Great review

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 31+ min ago

Despite fine performances from Gina Rodriguez and Lakeith Stanfield, the debut film from Jennifer Kaytin Robinson never strays from the genre's cliches Someone Great, a new Netflix original comedy wr...

Murder is coming! Every death match we demand from Game of Thrones

theguardian.com     2+ hour, 2+ min ago

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Every Judi Dench film ranked!

theguardian.com     2+ hour, 16+ min ago

From her 1964 big-screen debut to the 90s roles - including James Bond's boss, M - that made her a Hollywood star, here's the rundown of every single Dench movie This is the bottom of the heap. Scrap...

Trump's attacks on Ilhan Omar aim to stoke fears ahead of the 2020 election

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 29+ min ago

When Ilhan Omar became one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress in November, the American Muslim community saw her victory as a symbolic rejoinder to Donald Trump. Omar's remarkable jour...

Barcelona school removes 200 sexist children's books

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 44+ min ago

Other schools look to follow after T`aber school takes out one-third of its collection, deeming the books `highly stereotypical and sexist' Several schools across Barcelona are considering purging th...

Mueller report release: five things to look out for

theguardian.com     9+ hour, 22+ min ago

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Judge 'not sure' use of restraint belt led to man's death

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 19+ min ago

During his detention, Thomas Orchard, a church caretaker who had paranoid schizophrenia, was restrained and an emergency response belt placed across his face. A judge cannot be sure a restraint belt ...

Default rate on UK credit card debt at highest for two years

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 33+ min ago

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George Alagiah tells of 'embarrassment factor' of using stoma bag

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 30+ min ago

George Alagiah has told of his feelings of guilt at using disabled toilets when he was not visibly disabled but had a stoma bag attached to his stomach. The BBC newsreader, who has stage-four bowel c...

Judge 'not sure' use of restraint belt across man's face led to death

theguardian.com     1+ hour, 19+ min ago

During his detention, Thomas Orchard, a church caretaker who had paranoid schizophrenia, was restrained and an emergency response belt placed across his face. A judge cannot be sure a restraint belt ...


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