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'O Outro Lado do Paraíso': Sophia é levada por Bruno e se enfurece com Clara
Confira o que acontece nesta terça (02) em "O Outro Lado do Paraíso", novela de Walcyr Carrasco: Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 06h45)
'Pega Pega': Antônia afirma que está feliz com escolha de ficar com Júlio
Confira o que acontece nesta terça (02) em "Pega Pega", novela de Claudia Souto: Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 06h30)
Ao menos nove morrem e cem são presos em noite de protestos no Irã
Ao menos nove pessoas morreram e ao menos cem foram presas em mais uma noite de manifestações no Irã, informou a TV estatal local na manhã desta terça (2). Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 06h18)
'Tempo de Amar': Lucinda se atira na frente de um carro e Inácio se desespera
Confira o que acontece no capítulo desta terça (02) em "Tempos de Amar", novela de Alcides Nogueira: Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 06h15)
'Malhação': Jota e Ellen se desentendem
Confira o que acontece no capítulo desta terça (02) em "Malhação - Viva a Diferença", novela de Cao Hamburger: Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 06h00)
Acervo Folha: Há 20 anos, em série especial, Folha publicou entrevista com Stálin feita pelo escritor H. G. Wells
Em 2 de janeiro de 1998, a Folha iniciou uma série de três capítulos com o nome de "Entrevistas Históricas", no caderno Mundo. A primeira da série foi "Uma conversa entre Stálin e Wells", realizada em 27 de outubro de 1934. Amanhã e na quinta-feira você lerá as entrevistas com Sigmund Freud e Adolf Hitler. Para conversar com Josef Stálin,(...) ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 05h00)
Concessionárias vão investir R$ 8,2 bi em estradas de SP em 2018, diz Artesp
As 22 concessionárias de rodovias do Estado de São Paulo vão investir, juntas, R$ 8,23 bilhões em 2018, segundo a Artesp (agência paulista de transporte). Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h30)
Blockbusters de Hollywood explicam fórmulas da política americana
Parece que as ideias de Washington se esgotaram. Os debates sobre política pública não desbravam novos territórios. Para compreender a crise de criatividade que aflige a política dos Estados Unidos, e os incentivos que ameaçam prolongá-la, basta considerar, por um instante, o mais recente filme da saga "Star Wars". Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h15)
Farta pesquisa dá fôlego a livro sobre história da nossa língua
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AUTOR Domício Proença Filho
EDITORA José Olympio
QUANTO R$ 89,90 (672 págs.) Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h10)
Telepadi: Em favor do Globo Play, Viva perde edições recentes do 'Mais Você', 'Encontro', 'Estrelas' e 'Vídeo Show'
<p>O ano começou com novidade, ou novidade de conteúdo velho,...</p>
<p>O post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://telepadi.folha.uol.com.br/globo-tira-canal-viva-reprises-recentes-mais-voce-encontro-estrelas-e-video-show-em-favor-da-globo-play/">Em favor do Globo Play, Viva perde edições recentes do 'Mais Você', 'Encontro', 'Estrelas' e 'Vídeo Show'</a> apareceu primeiro em <a rel="nofollow" href="http://telepadi.folha.uol.com.br">Telepadi</a>.</p> ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h01)
Painel: Por eleição, dirigentes do PT aconselham Lula a se reaproximar do empresariado
Paz e amor 2.0 Integrantes da executiva nacional do PT sugeriram ao ex-presidente Lula que ele se reaproxime do empresariado nacional. O raciocínio é pragmático. Sem um novo pacto com o que o partido chama de elites, as chances de ele deixar de ser pintado como um dos extremos da eleição presidencial são diminutas. Lula(...) ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h00)
Painel: Governo do Rio Grande Norte pedirá prorrogação da presença das Forças Armadas no Estado
Fica mais O governo do Rio Grande do Norte vai pedir a prorrogação da presença das Forças Armadas no Estado. A missão termina no dia 12, mas a redução no número de homicídios desde a chegada dos militares, na sexta (29), será usada como argumento -os casos caíram de 18 para um na primeira madrugada(...) ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h00)
Painel: Em resposta a Doria, PT fará ato de inauguração extraoficial do viaduto Dona Marisa Letícia
Se não tem tu O PT organiza a inauguração extraoficial do viaduto Dona Marisa Letícia, na zona sul de São Paulo. O partido pretende reunir seus integrantes no dia 15, em resposta a João Doria (PSDB). O prefeito paulistano mandou cancelar o lançamento da obra, marcado para esta quarta (3). Quem dá mais Está na mesa de Doria(...) ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h00)
Metas de Crivella, no Rio, ficam só no papel após um ano de administração
O prefeito do Rio de Janeiro Marcelo Crivella (PRB) definiu o primeiro ano de sua gestão como a "transposição de um campo minado". Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h00)
Ódio ao Brasil
E Deus criou o Brasil com a melhor fauna e flora de sua invenção e ainda poupou-o de vulcões, terremotos e furacões. Ao ser perguntado porque criava verdadeiro paraíso na Terra, Deus respondeu: mas o povinho que eu vou colocar lá... Cresci ouvindo essa piada em versões curtas e longas, sem juntar os pontinhos que me levariam obviamente a fazer parte do "povinho", ou ainda imaginando que se tratava do povinho que não incluía a nós. Nós quem, bwana? Leia mais (01/02/2018 - 02h00)

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Chuva será mais generalizada em SP e MS nesta terça
Tempo volta a ficar instável e situação é de alerta para temporais
Confira cinco lugares para visitar no Rio de Janeiro em 2018
Unresolvable
Extrema-direita marcha em Kiev no aniversário do fundador do nacionalismo ucraniano
Unresolvable
Rodovias paulistas têm tráfego intenso na volta do feriado de Ano-Novo
Unresolvable
Maduro anuncia aumento de 40% no salário mínimo
Foi o quinto reajuste de valor durante o ano de 2017
Nainggolan pede desculpas após festa 'exagerada' no Ano Novo
Jogador da Roma apareceu bêbado, fumando e soltando xingamentos
Mais uma pessoa morre durante manifestações antigoverno no Irã
Unresolvable
Sul em alerta para muita chuva
Áreas de instabilidade ganham força sobre os três estados
Astrologia: 2018 exige realismo e persistência
Vanessa Tuleski indica tendências na vida pessoal, na política e na economia
Coalizão internacional admitiu estar treinando combatentes da oposição síria
Unresolvable
Jô promete se manifestar sobre ida para o Japão "logo mais"
Unresolvable
Mais antigo bloco de rua carioca; Bola Preta lança camiseta do centenário
Unresolvable
Com uso de tecnologia, GM apreende mais de mil produtos e garante ordem pública em festa
Unresolvable
Governo do RJ diz que operação na Lapa reduziu 70% dos roubos na região
Unresolvable
TLP de 6,76% entra em vigor hoje e passa a indexar empréstimos do BNDES
Unresolvable
Deslizamento em Mauá derruba casas; uma criança morreu
Unresolvable
Após show no Réveillon de Copacabana Anitta comemora: "é o melhor ano novo da minha vida"
Unresolvable
Ex-governador do Amazonas está preso na Superintendência da PF em Manaus
Unresolvable
Obama publica lista com suas músicas preferidas de 2017
Canções latino-americanas lideram ranking de ex-presidente dos EUA
Ex-governador do Amazonas está preso na Superintendência da PF em Manaus
Unresolvable
Após réveillon, garis retiram 290 toneladas de lixo da Praia de Copacabana
Unresolvable
Guardiola sugere mudança para proteger atletas de faltas duras
Unresolvable
Rio de Janeiro recebe menos pessoas que o esperado para o réveillon
Unresolvable
Superlua iluminará céus do Brasil no primeiro dia do ano
Unresolvable
Neymar é eleito pela terceira vez o melhor brasileiro no futebol europeu
Unresolvable
Estradas federais no estado do Rio têm trânsito normal no primeiro dia do ano
Unresolvable
Doria cancela evento de inauguração de viaduto que leva o nome de Marisa Letícia
Unresolvable
"A barriga tá pesando", diz Ivete Sangalo, que comandou virada do ano em Salvador
Cantora fez última apresentação antes de se dedicar integralmente à gravidez de gêmeas
Estrangeiros batem recorde e se destacam no Brasileirão 2017
Unresolvable
PM fica ferido em confronto no Jacarezinho, no Rio
Unresolvable

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El balance de muertos en las protestas de Irán se eleva a una veintena
Nueve fallecidos, entre ellos un niño de 11 años, en el norte de Irán en las protestas de este lunes
Las comunidades ingresarán más dinero que nunca por la financiación
El sistema de financiación aportará 105.051 millones, la mayor cantidad en los 33 años de historia del reparto autonómico
Rianxo se sacude el horror
En Nochebuena, El Chicle ralentizó su Alfa Romeo tres veces a la altura de tres chicas, a las que invitó a subir a su coche. El día 25 Abuín lo intentó otra vez, pero en esta ocasión estaba dispuesto a todo
Seúl propone a Corea del Norte mantener conversaciones de “alto nivel” el 9 de enero
Corea del Sur ofrece hablar con el régimen sobre la participación de una delegación de ese país en los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno de PyeongChang
Familiares y generales de Obiang cobraron comisiones por la compra de armas
La Policía española afirma que testaferros del dictador vendieron a Guinea Ecuatorial helicópteros y misiles con su ayuda
Una mujer denuncia en Granada a su expareja por secuestrar a sus dos hijos
El padre de los menores, de nueve y diez años respectivamente, debía haber entregado a los niños el pasado 30 de diciembre
La primera batalla ganada al ‘Gibralexit’
Los gobiernos de España y Gibraltar entablan ya la disputa política y diplomática sobre sus reivindicaciones ante la salida del Reino Unido de la UE
El independentismo busca brújula
Los separatistas no forman un bloque compacto, no son una mayoría unívoca, carecen de programa, dudan entre repetir la rebeldía o cumplir la ley y afrontan ahora con la formación de la Mesa el primer gran dilema de la legislatura
Varoufakis: “No se engañen, la crisis sigue ahí: el euro corre peligro”
El exministro de Finanzas griego ha publicado un libro sobre las entretelas de la política europea
Un mapa colosal para perderse en el siglo XVI
La Universidad de Stanford reconstruye por primera vez el enorme y singular mapamundi que el cartógrafo Urbano Monte pintó en 1587 en 60 láminas
La primera superluna del 2018, en imágenes
El satélite aparece más brillante y grande de lo normal
Los vecinos de centro se levantan contra la jungla de la carga y descarga
La agresión denunciada por dos mujeres por parte de un repartidor en barrio de Chueca evidencia una situación que los residentes describen como insostenible
El barrio de Valencia que pudo ser ejemplo mundial (y no lo fue)
El proyecto de rehabilitación de un vecindario de Alfafar ganó un prestigioso galardón internacional, pero ni se efectuó ni los arquitectos recibieron el premio que les prometieron
“Te amo para siempre”: el mensaje de una joven horas después de asesinar a su novio
Nahir Galarza, de 19 años, confiesa que usó el arma de su padre para matar de dos disparos a Fernando Pastorizzo

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Partiti (e leader) verso il voto  Le promesse elettorali alla prova dei fatti: fact checking

Partiti (e leader) verso il voto  Le promesse elettorali alla prova dei fatti: fact checking

Reddito garantito, flat tax, pensioni ricche e milioni di posti di lavoro: l’analisi delle promesse fatte in campagna elettorale nei programmi dei partiti

Seul: «Colloqui il 9 gennaio per aprire l’Olimpiade alla Corea del Nord» Foto

Seul: «Colloqui il 9 gennaio per aprire l’Olimpiade alla Corea del Nord» Foto

Primi colloqui forse già il 9 gennaio. Intanto i due pattinatori Ryom Tae-ok, 18 anni, e Kim Ju-sik, 25 anni hanno conquistato la qualificazione all’olimpiade sudcoreana ad Oberstdorf in Germania

2018, il mondo che verrà Politici, principi e tecnologie Cosa ci riserva il nuovo anno 

2018, il mondo che verrà Politici, principi e tecnologie Cosa ci riserva il nuovo anno 

Negli Stati Uniti d’America Donald Trump dovrà affrontare le elezioni di midterm mentre il Messico eleggerà il nuovo presidente. Il russo Putin pronto a incassare il quarto mandato

Le ragazze in piazzasenza politica

Le  ragazze in piazzasenza politica

Molestie sessuali,  si dimette Peter Martins  guida storica  del New York City Ballet

Molestie sessuali,  si dimette Peter Martins  guida storica  del New York City Ballet

Peter Martins, 71 anni, però nega le accuse: «Mai stato coinvolto in cattive condotte». Divise le danzatrici del leggendario corpo di ballo

Isabella Rauti: «Mi separo, di nuovo, da Alemanno. Io con Meloni, lui con Salvini»

Isabella Rauti: «Mi separo, di nuovo, da Alemanno. Io con Meloni, lui con Salvini»

Si scioglie, per la seconda volta, la coppia storica della destra italiana. La figlia di Pino Rauti a La Verità: «Contrasti politici e non solo: io con Fratelli d’Italia, lui con la Lega»

Incidente aereo a Sydney, muore il «manager buono» con tutta la famiglia | Video

Incidente aereo a Sydney, muore il «manager buono» con tutta la famiglia | Video

Due anni fa era morta la moglie di cancro, spegnendosi in sole sei settimane. Nel velivolo con Cousins c’erano i figli di 23 e 25 anni, la nuova compagna e la figlia undicenne di lei. Avevano programmato di sposarsi nell’estate prossima

Superluna, lo spettacolo di inzio 2018

Superluna, lo spettacolo di inzio 2018

Più grande e luminosa del solito grazie alla minima distanza dalla terra: in molti hanno fotografato la Superluna

Incidente da paura in Gran Bretagna: l’auto sportiva arriva a tutta velocità e fa «volare» la station wagon

Incidente da paura in Gran Bretagna: l’auto sportiva arriva a tutta velocità e fa «volare» la station wagon

A bordo una famiglia con tre bambini: nessun ferito

«Buon 1918»: la gaffe di Patty Pravo per gli auguri del nuovo anno

«Buon 1918»: la gaffe di Patty Pravo per gli auguri del nuovo anno

La cantante durante la trasmissione di Rai Uno

Molestata alla festa di fine anno, reagisce: finisce a botte

Molestata alla festa di fine anno, reagisce: finisce a botte

Durante il festival Rhythm&Vines in Nuova Zelanda

Il panda goffo: non riesce a salire sull’albero e continua a cadere

Il panda goffo: non riesce a salire sull’albero e continua a cadere

L’animale cerca di arrampicarsi ma il ramo non regge il suo peso

Melissa Satta vola a Dubai sul jet privato, ed è di nuovo bufera sui social

Melissa Satta vola a Dubai sul jet privato, ed è di nuovo bufera sui social

L'ex velina come Sonia Bruganelli scatena l'ira del web

La proprietaria regala un cucciolo al suo anziano cane: la gioia è incontenibile

La proprietaria regala un cucciolo al suo anziano cane: la gioia è incontenibile

Un regalo di Natale molto speciale per «Cash»

Collette, Walmart e Microsoft Se l’azienda paga i dipendenti per fare volontariato: oggi con «L’Economia»gratis in edicola

Collette, Walmart e Microsoft Se l’azienda paga i dipendenti per fare volontariato: oggi con «L’Economia»gratis in edicola

L’iniziativa dell’azienda Collette Vacations: i dipendenti pagati una volta al mese per fare volontariato. E poi le esperienze di Walmart e di Renovation Angel: negli Usa il profitto sempre più incontra il non profit

Il papà della bambina farfalla: «Ho perso Sofia Vannoni millantava»

Il papà della bambina farfalla: «Ho perso Sofia Vannoni  millantava»

Guido De Barros, il padre della piccola simbolo di Stamina morta sabato

L’italiano della Nasa e il telescopio che mostrerà la nascita delle stelle

L’italiano della Nasa e il telescopio che mostrerà la nascita delle stelle

Cataldo, 32 anni, è nel team che sta realizzando l’erede di Hubble

Brasile, maxi-rissa in carcere: morti 9 detenuti, 106 evasi | Video

Brasile, maxi-rissa in carcere: morti 9 detenuti, 106 evasi | Video

Duri scontri fra gang locali in un istituto di pena nello Stato del Goias. 106 detenuti sono scappati, una trentina sono stati catturati, mentre gli altri sono ancora in fuga

Venezuela, diciottenne incintauccisa per un «prosciutto di Natale»

Venezuela, diciottenne incintauccisa per un «prosciutto di Natale»

Alexandra era in coda da sei ore quando un agente ubriaco le ha sparato alla testa Maduro annuncia un aumento del salario del 40%. Ma l’inflazione mensile è all’80%

Bonino-Pd, salta l’accordo: «La lista +Europa costretta a correre da sola»

Bonino-Pd, salta l’accordo: «La lista +Europa costretta a correre da sola»

Salta l’ipotesi di coalizione con il Pd di Renzi: i promotori della lista legata alla storica esponente radicale denunciano problemi per la raccolta delle firme. Il vicesegretario dem Martina: «Vi aiuteremo noi»

Risparmio, arriva la Mifid 2. Le novità: più tutele per chi investe. E costi chiari

Risparmio, arriva la Mifid 2. Le novità: più tutele per chi investe. E costi chiari

Domani parte Mifid 2, più tutele al risparmio: intermediari vincolati alla trasparenza

Hitachi-Leonardo, ex vertici indagati Ed è battaglia sui «segreti» nel pc

Hitachi-Leonardo, ex vertici indagati Ed è battaglia sui «segreti» nel pc

Frana in Friuli, neve in Veneto  Pioggia e vento al Sud|Previsioni

Frana in Friuli, neve in Veneto  Pioggia e vento al Sud|Previsioni

Quindici persone sono rimaste isolate in provincia di Pordenone per una frana. Allerta meteo ancora in Toscana, Sardegna, Sicilia, Calabria, Puglia. Mentre in Veneto con tinua a nevicare

Le previsioni per i bimbi nati  nel 2018 (che vedranno il 2101)

Le previsioni  per i bimbi nati  nel 2018 (che vedranno il 2101)

La maggior parte dei nostri neonativivrà fino al XXII secoloLo studio Unicef, gli scenari possibili

Le concessioni autostradali?  In Italia coperte  da segreto di Stato

Le concessioni autostradali?  In Italia coperte  da segreto di Stato

Meno incidenti e crollo delle vittime Aerei, «il 2017 è l’anno più sicuro»

Meno incidenti e crollo delle vittime Aerei, «il 2017 è l’anno più sicuro»

Lo confermano tre diversi database: non più di 11 schianti e 48 vittime. Nel 2017 un disastro aereo ogni 3,3 milioni di voli, un morto ogni 85 milioni di passeggeri

Le 5 sfide del 2018: dai Navigli al rilancio di periferie e calcio

Le 5   sfide del 2018: dai Navigli al rilancio di periferie e calcio

Dalla riapertura dei canali al rilancio delle periferie. La campagna per il voto regionale e le udienze. Il destino di Inter e Milan, squadre in cerca d’identità

Milano, lo sparo contro un tram e vandalismi: le follie di Capodanno Foto

Milano, lo sparo contro un tram e vandalismi: le follie di Capodanno Foto

Un botto in piazza Prealpi e nei finestrini del «19» si notano due fori corrispondenti, tipici di un proiettile che attraversa la vettura. Follie di Capodanno: una pensilina del tram devastata, auto rovinate, roghi e il tentativo d’incendio dell’«albero della legalità»

La scalata di Eolo, con i ponti radio il 5G arriva nei piccoli comuni

La scalata di Eolo, con i ponti radio il 5G arriva nei piccoli comuni

Colpita dal batterio in vacanza Carlotta muore 4 mesi dopo

Colpita dal batterio in vacanza Carlotta muore 4 mesi dopo

Venezia, la bambina in vacanza con la parrocchia a luglio era stata colpita da un virus rarissimoIl messaggio della madre: «Quello che il bruco chiama fine del mondo, per gli altri è una farfalla»

Ecco il 2018, la festa nel mondo Le immagini: guarda|Video

Ecco il 2018, la festa nel mondo Le immagini: guarda|Video

Tonga e la Nuova Zelanda sono stati tra i primi Paesi a salutare l’arrivo del nuovo anno con i fuochi d’artificio Tonga e la Nuova Zelanda sono stati tra i primi Paesi a salutare l’arrivo del nuovo anno con i fuochi d’artificio

Sgarbi, furto da 500 mila euro Individuato l’ex custode di casa

Sgarbi, furto da 500 mila euro Individuato l’ex custode di casa

Il furto era stato denunciato quasi due anni fa. Le opere rubate (libri antichi, medaglie e disegni) hanno un valore stimato di circa 500 mila euro

Aosta, incidente nella gita con la parrocchia: morta ragazza 19enne Bari-Taranto: morti tre ragazzi

Aosta, incidente nella gita con la parrocchia: morta ragazza 19enne Bari-Taranto: morti tre ragazzi

Andavano alla festa di fine anno. La vittima è Federica Banfi, 19 anni, era su un van con altri otto coetanei, tutti della parrocchia di Canegrate. il van a 9 posti ha sbandato per l’asfalto ghiacciato e si è scontrato contro un altro pullman della parrocchia

Islanda, la parità di salario tra uomo e donna entra in vigore

 Islanda, la parità di salario tra uomo e donna entra in vigore

Dal primo gennaio 2018 iniziano i controlli e le certificazioni per mettere in atto le norme della legge approvata in primavera. In Islanda la disparità di salario tra uomo e donna va dal 14 al 20%: molto meno che in altri Paesi europei

Grillo stacca il suo blog e si allontana da Casaleggio (che non lo gestirà più)

Grillo stacca il suo blog e si allontana da Casaleggio (che non lo gestirà più)

Quello del garante sarà solo un sito personale: la divisione dopo 13 anni di sodalizio

Tajani: «Al voto contro i populismi Il centrodestra può vincere»

Tajani: «Al voto contro i populismi Il centrodestra può vincere»

Il presidente del Parlamento europeo: la Lega di Salvini ha rinunciato all’idea di uscire dalla moneta unica

Camminando su Marte (a 360 gradi), a Torino

Camminando su Marte (a 360 gradi), a Torino

Vestiti di bianco, siamo entrati nelle «camere pulite» di Thales Alenia Space dove si costruiscono veicoli spaziali e dove sta nascendo il rover europeo che sbarcherà sul Pianeta Rosso nel 2020

Influenza, sempre più italiani a letto: i casi (in aumento) sono 1,4 milioni

Influenza, sempre più italiani a letto: i casi (in aumento) sono 1,4 milioni

Numeri sovrapponibili a quelli dell’anno scorso. La fascia pediatrica è quella più colpita. C’è ancora tempo per le vaccinazioni che sono efficaci entro dieci giorni

L’alleanza di Camozzi con l’Iit e con Berkeley per la superfabbrica

L’alleanza di Camozzi con l’Iit e con Berkeley per la superfabbrica

Il gruppo bresciano dell’automazione industriale punta su ricerca e industry 4.0. Grazie agli accordi con il mondo accademico. Nuovo progetto per rivoluzionare la logistica

Bitcoin, il Mufti del Cairo lancia  una fatwa contro la criptovaluta

Bitcoin, il Mufti del Cairo lancia  una fatwa contro la criptovaluta

Alla base della decisione il detto di Maometto «chi ci inganna non è uno di noi».  Il Corano condanna il prestito a interesse e il gioco d’azzardo

Una pagina sul Washington Post contro Lorde e il concerto saltato

Una pagina sul Washington Post contro Lorde e il concerto saltato

Appelli filopalestinesi, la neozelandese non canta in IsraeleUn’inserzione sul «Washington Post» l’attacca: «Intollerante»

Modena: due donne ottantenni si sono unite civilmente

Modena: due donne ottantenni si sono unite civilmente

Dopo oltre 40 anni di vita passata insieme. L’assessore che ha celebrato la cerimonia sabato mattina: «Un’emozione fortissima»

La tempesta Carmen flagella la Francia, un morto  65mila senza luce

La tempesta Carmen flagella la Francia, un morto  65mila senza luce

Sulla costa atlantica oltre 65mila persone senza elettricità

Msf: il meglio e il peggio del 2017  12 foto che raccontano un anno

Msf: il meglio e il peggio del 2017  12 foto che raccontano un anno

Dodici foto, una per ciascun mese dell’anno, raccontano il 2017 di Medici senza Frontiere (Msf): il meglio sono i bambini vaccinati, le gravidanze portate a termine, le epidemie contrastate negli angoli più remoti del pianeta; il peggio sono i tremendi effetti dei conflitti armati sulle persone, le vittime del mancato accesso alle cure, le sofferenze e le morti in Libia e alle porte dell’Europa.

«Segata in 10 pezzi  e gettata nel bosco», donna uccisa a Verona

«Segata in 10 pezzi  e gettata nel bosco», donna uccisa a Verona

La donna trovata in mezzo ai campi a Valeggio sul Mincio è stata uccisa altrove, trasportata con dei sacchi, sezionata in almeno dieci pezzi gettati a semicerchio  in un raggio di cinque metri. Generalità ignote, il delitto risalente a 24/48 ore fa

Video sparatoria Bitonto, anziana usata come scudo e uccisa in strada: la ricostruzione

Video sparatoria Bitonto, anziana usata come scudo e uccisa in strada: la ricostruzione

L’agguato e il momento in cui la donna di 84 anni, Anna Rosa Tarantino, viene usata come scudo. Lo choc in Paese: non si può andare avanti così

Il Capodanno folle di Nainggolan: «Sono ubriaco fracico...». E i tifosi si infuriano Video

Il Capodanno folle di Nainggolan: «Sono ubriaco fracico...». E i tifosi si infuriano Video

Alcool, sigarette e anche qualche bestemmia in diretta su Instagram

Capelli, Meghan Markle fa tendenza: il suo colore è il più richiesto del 2018

Capelli, Meghan Markle fa tendenza: il suo colore è il più richiesto del 2018

Il castano uniforme e glossy della fidanzata di Harry sarà il più gettonato dall’hair-stylist. Preferite il biondo? Ecco le tinte da copiare, da Lady Gaga a Gigi Hadid

Saldi invernali 2018 al via: il vademecum dello shopping furbo

Saldi invernali 2018 al via: il vademecum dello shopping furbo

Gli sconti dal 2 gennaio in Basilicata, dal 3 in Valle D’Aosta e dal 5 gennaio nelle altre regioni. Subito ribassi del 30-40%. Le strategie per trovare il pezzo giusto

Jessica Alba è mamma per la terza volta: è nato Hayes

Jessica Alba è mamma per la terza volta: è nato Hayes

L’attrice ha annunciato la nascita del suo primo maschietto, dopo Haven e Honor. Gioia infinita anche sul profilo social di papà Cash Warren

8 modi inaspettati per recuperare dopo gli eccessi delle feste

8 modi inaspettati per recuperare dopo gli eccessi delle feste

Come contrastare le conseguenze negative di giorni di squilibri alimentari e tornare in linea con i propri standard. E come prepararsi al meglio per attuare (davvero) i buoni propositi di salute e stile di vita sano per il 2018.

Olanda, in migliaia per il bagno di Capodanno alla ricerca della fortuna

Olanda, in migliaia per il bagno di Capodanno alla ricerca della fortuna

A Scheveningen in diecimila hanno sfidato le acque gelide del Mare del Nord

La medicina dei sani: cinque buoni propositi per un anno in salute

La medicina dei sani: cinque buoni propositi per un anno  in salute

«La lotta al cancro si vince con l’impegno di tutti. A iniziare dalla prevenzione: ciascuno di noi deve seguire stili di vita corretti. Bastano pochi facili accorgimenti per un 2018 nel segno della salute, ma ai buoni propositi devono seguire azioni concrete» dice l’oncologo Francesco Cognetti, presidente della Fondazione «Insieme contro il cancro». Ma il 45% della popolazione italiana è in sovrappeso, ben 23 milioni di connazionali sono sedentari e quasi 12 milioni fumatori.

La carica dei suv: ecco i più sorprendenti

 La carica dei suv: ecco i più sorprendenti

Ultramoderni o «classici». Velocissimi o ecologici. Popolari o aristocratici. Di suv (una moda che continua a crescere) ce n’è per tutte le tasche. I dieci modelli che hanno lasciato il segno nel 2017

Emily Ratajkowski nude look, le ascelle di Lourdes Maria. Il meglio (e il peggio) di Capodanno

Emily Ratajkowski nude look, le ascelle di Lourdes Maria. Il meglio (e il peggio) di Capodanno

La modella star di Instagram festeggia a New York, la figlia di Madonna fa un selfie «nature» con la madre. Hunziker, Marcuzzi, Ambrosio: il veglione di Capodanno in bikini

La replica dal jet privato di Sonia Bruganelli a Aldo Grasso: «Chiedo umilmente scusa» Video

La replica  dal jet privato di Sonia Bruganelli a Aldo Grasso: «Chiedo umilmente scusa»  Video

L’ironia: «Non prenderò più il jet privato, come fanno tutti quelli che possono permetterselo»

Diletta Leotta e l’allenamento dopo le feste: «Panettone, esci da questo corpo»

Diletta Leotta e l’allenamento dopo le feste: «Panettone, esci da questo corpo»

La conduttrice di Sky Sport pubblica dei video in cui mostra ai fan come si allena dopo le feste

L’Atalanta va al San Paoloper tentare lo sgambetto al NapoliSarri fa turn over con giudizio

L’Atalanta va al San Paoloper tentare lo  sgambetto al NapoliSarri fa turn over con giudizio

Paul Getty senza identità

Paul Getty senza identità

Una ricostruzione inattendibile e l’Italia dei luoghi comuni: il regista Ridley Scott delude con il film sul rapimento del ‘73

Buone notizie in giro per l’Italia: ecco il buon anno del «Corriere» dedicato all’impresa del bene

Buone notizie in giro per l’Italia: ecco il buon anno del «Corriere» dedicato all’impresa del bene

Da Palermo ad Aosta, il numero speciale sull’impresa del bene fuori confine è stato distribuito per gli auguri di buon anno

Alice Campello e Alvaro Morata presto genitori: di due gemelli

Alice Campello e Alvaro Morata presto genitori: di due gemelli

I giornali spagnoli: l’attaccante del Chelsea e la moglie, modella e fashion blogger, avevano dato l’annuncio della gravidanza pochi giorni fa

Usa, il Capodanno di Donald e Melania Trump: con la famiglia a Mar a Lago

Usa, il Capodanno di Donald e Melania Trump: con la famiglia a Mar a Lago

La first lady Usa sceglie un modello di cappotto simile a quello indossato dalla futura moglie del principe Harry il giorno del fidanzamento

Cecilia Rodriguez e Ignazio Moser, Capodanno a Montecarlo e spunta l’anello

Cecilia Rodriguez e Ignazio Moser, Capodanno a Montecarlo e spunta l’anello

Postano sui social un video dove Cecilia indossa un vistoso brillante

Mariah Carey canta a Capodanno a Times Square: il riscatto dopo il flop dello scorso anno

  Mariah Carey canta a Capodanno a Times Square: il riscatto dopo il flop dello scorso anno

La cantante 47enne posa per il magazine «Paper», ma sui social è polemica: per molti la diva ha (di nuovo) esagerato con Photoshop

Auto troppo veloce e scatta l’inseguimento a Napoli: i carabinieri portano il fuggiasco a commettere un errore

Auto troppo veloce e scatta l’inseguimento a Napoli: i carabinieri portano il fuggiasco a commettere un errore

L’auto tallonata per le vie del centro storico

Calciomercato, Inter su Deulofeu e Aleix Vidal Lazio: dopo la sosta arriva Caceres

Calciomercato, Inter su Deulofeu e Aleix Vidal Lazio: dopo la sosta arriva Caceres

I nerazzurri guardano agli «esuberi» del Barcellona ma il sogno è Pastore (Psg)

Federica: «Molestie nello sportRagazze non postate foto nude»

Federica: «Molestie nello sportRagazze non postate foto nude»

Lo show di Amadeus su Rai1 vince e doppia la serata rivale di Canale 5

Lo show di Amadeus su Rai1 vince e doppia la serata rivale di Canale 5

Vince la tradizione e la nostalgia: un terzo degli italiani scegli di arrivare alla mezzanotte con la serata in diretta da Maratea. Sul palco anche Romina e Al Bano

Gli auguri di buon anno da Freccia e Palla: i cani simbolo della lotta contro il maltrattamento degli animali

Gli auguri di buon anno da Freccia e Palla: i cani simbolo della lotta contro il maltrattamento degli animali

I due sono stati salvati da morte certa dopo essere stati gravemente feriti

Quando le vere star del grande schermo sono gli animali: cani, gatti, scimmie, gufi

Quando le vere star del grande schermo sono gli animali: cani, gatti, scimmie, gufi

Una Mostra al Museo Nazionale del Cinema di Torino, nella Mole antonelliana, celebra gli animali protagonisti di grandi film: da Rin Tin Tin e Lassie fino allo squalo di Spielberg e King Kong

Roma, il tuffo di Mister Ok nel Tevere

Roma, il tuffo di Mister Ok nel Tevere

Il tradizionale rito di Capodanno è stato dedicato ad Amatrice

Anna Tatangelo e il bilancio delle cose belle del 2017: il figlio Andrea, i genitori, gli amici. Ma manca il compagno Gigi d’Alessio

Anna Tatangelo e il bilancio delle cose belle del 2017: il figlio Andrea, i genitori, gli amici. Ma manca il compagno Gigi d’Alessio

La cantante presa di mira dai telespettatori e sui social per gli abiti «spinti»Scollature generose, drappeggi e tante trasparenze: l’ultimo look della cantante per la puntata finale dello show di Rai1

Undici coppie cult degli anni 90 che forse non avete mai dimenticato

Undici coppie cult degli anni 90 che forse non avete mai dimenticato

Rita Dalla Chiesa e Fabrizio Frizzi, Laura Freddi e Paolo Bonolis, Antonella Clerici con Massimo Giletti e Fiorello con Anna Falchi

Cartoline dalle Maldive: Michelle Hunziker in vacanza con Tomaso

Cartoline  dalle Maldive: Michelle Hunziker in vacanza con Tomaso

La showgirl è in vacanza con il marito e la figlia Aurora e su Instagram posta immagini in spiaggia in bikini e scatti affettuosi tra le braccia di Trussardi Lo scatto postato su Instagram dalla showgirl

Dimagriti, ingrassati, invecchiati, stravolti dal botox (o da un trucco sbagliato): le metamorfosi delle star

Dimagriti, ingrassati, invecchiati, stravolti dal botox (o da un trucco sbagliato): le metamorfosi delle star

Dimagriti, ingrassati, invecchiati, stravolti dal botox (o da un trucco sbagliato): ecco le metamorfosi volute o meno dalle star All’edizione del Festival di trent’anni fa si fece notare nei panni di un corridore, ma poi non proseguì la carriera cinematografica

Liz, Cindy, Salma e le altre: la carica delle bellissime 50enni

Liz, Cindy, Salma e le altre: la carica delle bellissime 50enni

L’attrice messicana Hayek e le vacanze al caldo «Adoro il mare» ha scritto su Instagram

Con la sedia a rotelle giù dalla scala mobile dell'aeroporto. Anziana muore dopo la caduta

Con la sedia a rotelle giù dalla scala mobile dell'aeroporto. Anziana muore dopo la caduta

L’incidente a Portland. La famiglia della donna ha denunciato la compagnia aerea con cui volava

La speranza di Mattarella  e la fraternità di Macron

La speranza di Mattarella  e la fraternità di Macron

Le stelle della tv delle origini che non vedremo più brillare

Le stelle della tv delle origini che non vedremo più brillare

Gli eventi più importanti del 2017 nelle prime pagine del Corriere della Sera

 Gli eventi più importanti del 2017 nelle prime pagine del Corriere della Sera

Dalla politica allo sport, dal cinema alla letteratura fino al gossip: l’anno che ci lasciamo alle spalle ci ha regalato le elezioni in Germania e Francia — con la vittoria del giovane Emmanuel Macron — , i Mondiali di atletica, il sesto scudetto consecutivo della Juventus e i 100 anni del Giro d’Italia, il matrimonio di personalità dello spettacolo, ma anche numerosi attacchi terroristici

Da Cragnotti a Tanzi, dagli ex Lehman  a Mr Junk bond: che (bella) fine hanno fatto L’Economia in edicola domani gratis

Da Cragnotti a Tanzi, dagli ex Lehman  a Mr Junk bond: che (bella) fine hanno fatto L’Economia in edicola domani gratis

Truffe e grandi crac: una carrellata su ex finanzieri ed ex banchieri tricolore alle prese con i tribunali. E in America? L’ex ceo della banca del crollo mondiale Fuld scommette ancora al ribasso. L’inventore dei subprime insegna. Milken ora parla di beneficenza

Ansiolitici e non solo Ecco le medicine che possono rendere la guida pericolosa

Ansiolitici e non solo Ecco le medicine che possono rendere la guida pericolosa

Non soltanto i sonniferi o gli ansiolitici possono ridurre l’attenzione e la capacità di concentrazione. A volte possono bastare anche antibiotici o antinfiammatori

Paolo Giordano: «L’altruismo? È per noi stessi»

Paolo Giordano: «L’altruismo? È per noi stessi»

Da azione superflua e «in perdita», la solidarietà si sta trasformando in qualcosa di necessario, perfino vantaggioso. La riflessione dello scrittore torinese, premio Strega per «La solitudine dei numeri primi»

Il Capodanno di Muti a Vienna Con i Wiener sette brani inediti

 Il Capodanno di Muti a Vienna   Con i Wiener sette brani inediti

Ovazioni per il maestro. Assalto ai fiori dopo la fine delle riprese televisive

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Nel saggio di Federico Rampini  India e Russia, giganti inquieti

 Nel saggio di Federico Rampini  India e Russia, giganti inquieti

«Le linee rosse», edito da Mondadori, analizza i punti dei conflitti nel mondo contemporaneo. Dagli Stati Uniti di Donald Trump alla di Russia di Putin

Venezia, viaggio nelle stanze dove secoli fa i marinai stranieri trascorrevano la quarantena

 Venezia, viaggio nelle stanze dove secoli fa i marinai stranieri trascorrevano la quarantena

I tesori dimenticati della Laguna: i reperti raccolti in decenni dai volontari appassionati di storia. «Graffiti» di equipaggi a partire dal secolo XVI. La casa, forse, di Marco Polo

Migrazioni, l’arte narra il naufragio della civiltà

Migrazioni, l’arte narra il naufragio della civiltà

Pittori, cineasti, performer, narratori si confrontano con il tema chiave (non solo) del 2017. Su «la Lettura» in edicola gli articoli e e un testo dell’artista iraniana

Weimar, la stagione creativa Trasgressione prima del diluvio

Weimar, la stagione creativa Trasgressione prima del diluvio

Fino al 25 febbraio una mostra a Francoforte racconta i vivaci fermenti soffocati dall’avvento del nazismo. Esposti, tra gli altri, capolavori di Grosz, Otto Dix, Beckmann

Lo sportivo e l’alimentazione. Ecco quali sono i falsi miti

Lo sportivo e l’alimentazione. Ecco quali sono i falsi miti

Si sa che allenamento e nutrizione sono due pilastri fondamentali non solo per migliorare le prestazioni ma anche per il benessere dello sportivo. I progressi e le conoscenze raggiunte in questo campo sono adesso condensate nel manuale (rivolto ad allenatori e trainer ma anche a tutti gli appassionati) che si intitola «Protocollo su nutrizione e integrazione alimentare nella pratica sportiva». Articolato in 4 volumi, è realizzato dall’Istituto di Medicina e Scienza dello Sport del Coni, diretto dal professor Antonio Spataro, in collaborazione con Herbalife. Il professor Spataro spiega al Corriere quali sono gli errori principali che gli sportivi commettono a tavola.

Simon & the Stars  e l’oroscopo «cinematografico» del 2018

Simon & the Stars  e l’oroscopo «cinematografico» del 2018

Attimi rubati e l’amore, quello vero La mia vita da amante

Attimi rubati e l’amore, quello vero La mia vita da amante

Tre anni di amore e la scoperta della differenza fra fare l’amore e fare sesso: la storia di Marina, 35 anni, e della sua relazione bellissima ma difficile con un uomo sposato

La dieta migliora la vita

La dieta migliora la vita

I 40 Smartfood: i cibi «intelligenti» che proteggono il nostro corpo e frenano i geni dell’invecchiamento «Con il bollino scientifico Ieo» - Schede, focus e ricette, la collana in 15 volumi - Fichi, noci e cioccolato. Perché non rinunciare alle delizie del Natale di Silvia Turin - Quando il carcadè sostituì il tè nell’Italia fascista (e autarchica) di Dino Messina

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Emboldened Israeli Right Presses Moves to Doom 2-State Solution
After President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s party has seized momentum to strengthen Israel’s rule of the West Bank.
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Whipping up support for or against the process is a dangerous mistake.
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Conventional wisdom says artificial intelligence will eliminate jobs. But it can also improve education and employment.
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Democrats in High-Tax States Plot to Blunt Impact of New Tax Law
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Gretchen Carlson, Miss America 1989, Is Picked to Lead Pageant
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New Jersey Teenager in Custody After 4 Are Found Shot to Death in Home
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In Chilly Start to 2nd Term, Mayor Looks Beyond New York
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Partisans, Wielding Money, Begin Seeking to Exploit Harassment Claims
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Alabama 24, Clemson 6: College Football Playoff: Alabama Tops Clemson to Reach Title Game
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Recreational Pot Is Officially Legal in California
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Ukraine’s Lofty Ambitions, Fallen to Earth
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Lena Hall Plans an Ambitious Tribute to Her Favorite Musicians
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Phys Ed: The Year in Fitness: Exercise, Add Intensity, Live to See Another Year
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The South China Sea fell off Trump’s radar last year. He may have to pay attention in 2018.
Chinese construction has continued at an accelerated pace, despite a tribunal ruling against it.
Facing budget gap, U.N. slashes food aid to refugees
The operations of the U.N. World Food Program, the biggest provider of food aid, are threatened as crises overwhelm donor countries’ capacity to give.
North Korean leader says he has ‘nuclear button’ but won’t use it unless threatened
In his New Year’s Day speech, Kim Jong Un vowed to make more nuclear warheads but also struck a conciliatory note with South Korea.
Iran protests and death toll grow as tension rises
Overnight clashes leave nine people dead as unrest enters its sixth day.
Death toll rises as Iran protests rattle the government
A police officer was shot as spontaneous demonstrations have swept across Iran.
A widening budget gap is forcing the U.N. to slash food aid to refugees
Donations to the World Food Program are up, but the need across the globe is growing.
‘No more!’ Trump tweets to Pakistan, accusing it of ‘lies & deceit’
Angry Pakistani officials scrambled to respond to the president's early-morning attack.
The South China Sea fell off Trump’s radar last year. He may have to pay attention in 2018.
Chinese construction has continued at an accelerated pace, despite a tribunal ruling against it.
17 photo stories from 2017
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NBA apologizes for calling Palestinian territories 'Palestine — occupied'
The reference, tucked deep in the basketball league's site, prompted harsh rebukes from Israeli officials.
Berlin sets up New Year's Eve 'safe zone' for women amid sexual assault concerns
After more than 1,200 women were sexually assaulted in various German cities on New Year's Eve in 2015, authorities have taken steps to prevent a recurrence.
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North Korean leader says he has ‘nuclear button’ but won’t use it unless threatened
In New Year’s Day speech, Kim Jong Un vowed to make more nuclear warheads but also struck a conciliatory note, opening a path to dialogue with the South.
Plane crash in Costa Rica kills 10 U.S. citizens, 2 crew members
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Iran’s president urges protesters to avoid violence as unrest grips the country
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48 underage girls have been rescued from the ashrams of a ‘godman’ in Delhi
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The target of the blast was not clear, and no insurgent group claimed responsibility.
17 photo stories from 2017
15 staff photographers and contributors reflect on the pictures they've shot this year.
This African migrant dreamed of reaching Europe. A phone call changed everything.
With a crackdown on smuggling, more migrants are being sold or abandoned in the desert.
A new Russian film takes us back to the U.S.S.R. to celebrate a Soviet Olympic miracle
“Going Vertical” glorifies the 1972 Soviet men’s basketball defeat of Team U.S.A. but saves its criticism for Soviet life.
NBA apologizes for calling Palestinian territories 'Palestine — occupied'
The reference, tucked deep in the basketball league's site, prompted harsh rebukes from Israeli officials.
Protests in Iran stretch into third day despite government warnings
Videos purportedly show protests in several cities, government offices being broken into, posters of the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, being torn down.
In Brazil, soccer has been mainly a straight guy’s sport. A new gay league is changing that.
LiGay launched in May, held its first official tournament in November and now has 16 teams across the country.
Berlin sets up New Year's Eve 'safe zone' for women amid sexual assault concerns
After more than 1,200 women were sexually assaulted in various German cities on New Year's Eve in 2015, authorities have taken steps to prevent a recurrence.
A vending machine for the homeless just launched in the U.K., and will soon debut in U.S. cities
The machines are stocked with food, clothing, and other supplies, including books. They can even vend plated food.
Fact-checking 'The Crown': Did the Duke of Windsor plot with Hitler to betray Britain?
The allegations about the former king are raised in an episode of the popular Netflix show. It depicts the discovery of secret German documents after the war ended.
Japan’s emperor greets cheering crowd at palace for new year
Japan’s Emperor Akihito, who will abdicate the Chrysanthemum Throne and hand it to his son next year, was showered with cheers from tens of thousands of New Year’s well-wishers Tuesday at the Imperial Palace.
The Latest: 450 protesters arrested over 3 days in Tehran
The latest on protests in Iran (all times local):
Israeli lawmakers pass law to hamstring dividing Jerusalem
Israel’s parliament has passed a law requiring a supermajority to relinquish control over any part of Jerusalem, a move that could hamstring the city’s division as part of a peace plan.
Australian driver charged with murder after pedestrian dies
A man accused of deliberately ramming a car into pedestrians in a busy Australian city street was charged with murder on Tuesday after one of the injured died.
Iran state TV: 9 killed in nationwide protests, unrest
Clashes overnight between protesters and security forces in Iran killed nine people, state television reported Tuesday, including some rioters who tried to storm a police station to steal weapons.
Iran state TV: 9 more killed in nationwide protests, unrest
Iranian state television is reporting that nine people have been killed overnight amid nationwide protests and unrest.

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Nine more reported dead in Iran as protests enter sixth day

It is estimated that 21 people have now been killed in demonstrations that have spread across the country

Nine more people have died in overnight clashes between protesters and security forces in Iran, state television has reported, as unrest in the country entered a sixth day.

State TV said six protesters were killed as they tried to storm a police station in the town of Qahderijan in the central Isfahan region. It also said an 11-year-old boy and a 20-year-old man were killed in the town of Khomeinishahr, while a member of Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard was killed in the town of Najafabad. All three were shot by hunting rifles, which are common in the Iranian countryside, the report said. None of the reports could be confirmed independently.

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South Korea offers to hold talks with North after Olympics olive branch

Offer comes as Kim Jong-un says he is prepared to send delegation of athletes to Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang

South Korea has proposed holding high-level talks with North Korea next week, a day after the regime’s leader, Kim Jong-un, said he was prepared to send a delegation of athletes to next month’s Winter Olympics in the South Korean town of Pyeongchang.

In a cautious indication of progress in inter-Korean relations after a year of tensions over Pyongyang’s ballistic missile programme, South Korea’s unification minister, Cho Myoung-gyon, said the offer reiterated “our willingness to hold talks with the North at any time and place, and in any form”.

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'Nothing but lies and deceit': Trump launches Twitter attack on Pakistan

US president tweets saying Pakistan is providing ‘safe haven to terrorists’ and America was ‘foolish’ to give $33bn in aid

Donald Trump has accused Pakistan of “lies and deceit”, saying America was foolish to have given Islamabad more than $33bn in aid.

Trump began the new year by launching an attack on Islamabad in his first tweet of 2018, saying Pakistan was providing “safe haven to the terrorists we hunt”.

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German far-right MP investigated over anti-Muslim social media posts

Beatrix von Storch, deputy leader of AfD party, could be charged with incitement to hatred, and was temporarily banned from Twitter and Facebook

A far-right German MP is under police investigation over inflammatory anti-Muslim comments she made on social media on New Year’s Eve.

Related: Berlin New Year's Eve party sets up 'safe zone' for women

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Record-breaking big freeze grips much of North America
  • Severe cold hits vast area from south Texas to Canada, and Montana to Maine
  • Omaha cancels New Year’s fireworks as temperature hits record low of -15F

Bone-chilling cold gripped the middle of the US as 2018 began on Monday, breaking a low temperature record, icing some New Year’s celebrations and leading to at least two deaths attributed to exposure to the elements.

Related: Ottawa concert cancellation is proof of concept: it can be too cold for Canadians

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Long queues at US airports as immigration computers go down

Two-hour outage for passport processing on Monday evening not thought to be malicious, authorities say

Immigration desk computers at various US airports went down for about two hours on Monday, causing long lines for travellers entering the United States, according to Customs and Border Protection and posts on social media.

Related: Record number of Irish passports issued as Brexit vote spurs demand

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Gunmen kill 14 churchgoers after services in Nigeria

Killers reportedly operated at two locations in coordinated attack on Christians returning from churches

Gunmen killed at least 14 churchgoers returning from midnight services on Monday in Nigeria’s Rivers State, a police source said, after the latest violence to hit the oil-rich region.

“The gunmen opened fire on a set of worshippers at about 12.30am on Monday,” said Ugochi Olugbo, a relative of one of the victims who were attending a New Year’s Eve service.

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Palestinian girl filmed slapping Israeli soldier is charged with assault

Ahed Tamimi, 16, hailed as a hero by Palestinians after arrest over viral video showing her physically confronting soldier

A 16-year-old Palestinian girl who was arrested after being filmed slapping an Israeli soldier has been charged with assaulting security forces, incitement and throwing stones.

The video of Ahed Tamimi – which went viral on social media two weeks ago – prompted competing reactions from Israelis and Palestinians, including a campaign for her release.

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Limit children to two sugary snacks a day, parents told

Public Health England urging parents to take tougher line on sweets, cakes and fizzy drinks between meals to stem obesity crisis

Children’s snacking habits are setting them up for obesity and poor health, Public Health England has warned, calling on parents to take a tougher line on sweets and cakes and fizzy drinks between meals.

Children in England are eating on average at least three unhealthy high-calorie sugary snacks and drinks every day, says PHE, and about a third of children eat four or more. It is urging parents to draw the line at two and make sure they are not more than 100 calories each.

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'Snake egg' mystery leaves experts scrambling after Australian school's discovery

Wildlife rescuers retrieve 43 eggs believed to be from of one of the world’s most venomous snakes from school’s sandpit

It’s a mystery as hard to grab hold of as the slippery serpents supposedly at its centre: were the 43 unidentified eggs found in a sandpit at a school on the New South Wales mid-north coast snakes, or something less sinister?

Snake social media went into meltdown on Tuesday when reports emerged that wildlife rescuers had been called in to remove a dozen mystery eggs from a sandpit at a school near the coastal town of Laurieton, 350km north of Sydney.

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Africa heads in different directions – politically and economically

The African Union’s laudable objective of a ‘peaceful, prosperous and integrated’ continent likely to remain a distant dream

African leaders will meet in Addis Ababa at the end of January to discuss the good news and the bad across the continent. The 30th summit of the African Union will take place under the slogan “Towards a peaceful, prosperous and integrated Africa”. The objective is a laudable one, but still distant.

Alex Vines of the London thinktank Chatham House says that the watchwords of 2018 will not be “Africa rising”, now broadly seen as overly optimistic, but “Africa diverging” – politically and economically.

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Dubai Frame: UAE's latest surreal landmark frames a controversy

Architect’s ‘stolen building’ accusation overshadows opening of 50-storey portal almost a decade after it was first designed

Home to the tallest skyscraper, the largest shopping mall and the longest driverless metro system in the world, Dubai adds another superlative to the list this week: it can now admire all its world record-breaking trophies through the biggest picture frame on the planet.

Rising 150 metres above Zabeel Park, encrusted with swirling golden motifs that glisten in the desert sunshine, the Dubai Frame has finally opened almost a decade after it was first designed.

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Time's Up: Hollywood women launch campaign to fight sexual harassment

The initiative, supported by stars such as Natalie Portman and Emma Stone, includes $13m legal defense fund for women in less privileged professions

Three hundred female Hollywood actors, agents, writers, directors, producers and entertainment executives – including Natalie Portman, Emma Stone and Reese Witherspoon – are kicking off the new year with a coordinated effort to counter systemic sexual harassment in the entertainment business and workplaces nationwide.

Related: Hollywood after Weinstein: ‘The animals have no choice but to be civilized’

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Kendrick cruises, Wiley confuses and Gaga goes OTT: the essential pop for 2018

Can Lady Gaga get away with murder? Will Kendrick Lamar stay on top? Are Franz Ferdinand set to blossom? And has Harry Styles’ transformation only just begun? We preview the new year’s pop highlights

One of the British folk scene’s great triumphs of 2017 was the dramatic reworking of Peter Bellamy’s 1977 ballads about 18th-century convict transport to Australia, by a cast that included the Young’uns, Nancy Kerr and Rachael McShane. To coincide with the album release, The Transports returns for a new UK tour. Each show will be different, depending on the venue, to include local stories about those who left the area, or recently arrived migrants. • Tour starts 10 January at Cheltenham Town Hall. Box office: 0844 576 2210). Album 12 January (Hudson Records).

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Why Wednesday? The days of the week have a convoluted religious heritage | Margaret Clunies Ross

The Romans may have got the ball rolling with their seven-day week, but weekday names in English owe as much to Anglo-Saxon gods

The origins of our days of the week lie with the Romans. The Romans named their days of the week after the planets, which in turn were named after the Roman gods:

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Rwanda scheme shows saving lives can be as easy as getting blood from a drone | Karen McVeigh

A Silicon Valley robotics company has teamed up with the Rwandan health ministry to hasten the delivery of vital medicines to hospitals in remote areas

An ingenious drone delivery service known as “Uber for blood” has slashed the delivery time of life-saving medicine to remote regions of Rwanda from four hours to an average of half an hour.

A partnership between Zipline, a Silicon Valley robotics company, and the country’s health ministry has delivered more than 5,500 units of blood over the past year, often in life-saving situations. Never before have patients in the country received blood so quickly and efficiently.

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Antisocial media: why I decided to cut back on Facebook and Instagram

Only when I tried to quit social networks did I realise how addictive and enveloping they are designed to be. Now I am convinced we are heading for a public health crisis

It was winter 2016 when I reached rock bottom. I went on a three-day Facebook binge. I can’t remember what set it off, but I remember how it ended. I woke up in a gutter, heart pounding, thinking I was going to die. I knew then that I needed help. I needed to stop. Since that day, I have been social media sober.

None of that is true, of course, because it doesn’t work like that. We might joke about being addicted to social media, but we rarely think of it as a real addiction, as something that can seriously affect our health. After all, it is not illegal. You can’t overdose on it. It doesn’t come in a packet with a massive sign saying “Facebook kills” or “Pregnant women should abstain from Instagram”.

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'I have nightmares': people threatened with deportation reveal what happened next

Last year, the Guardian revealed the plight of several people threatened with imminent deportation from the UK. We revisit them for an update on their plight

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Andy Murray a doubt for Australian Open after pulling out in Brisbane

• British No1 withdraws ‘due to pain in his right hip’
• 30-year-old has been sidelined since Wimbledon

Andy Murray has pulled out of the Brisbane International because of a hip injury, tournament organisers have announced.

The 30-year-old had been set to return to competitive action this week having been sidelined since Wimbledon with hip problems and his withdrawal casts doubts on his ability to compete at the Australian Open, which begins on 15 January.

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Mark Hughes storms out of press conference after Stoke lose to Newcastle
• Manager says fans’ chants and banners calling for dismissal are expected
• Hughes angrily defends changes in 5-0 defeat at Chelsea after 1-0 loss

Mark Hughes maintained he is the “best person” for the job at Stoke City despite renewed calls from supporters for him to be sacked in the wake of a fifth defeat in seven matches. The Stoke manager brought himself under added pressure by fielding a weakened team for the 5-0 defeat at Chelsea on Saturday and that gamble failed to pay off as his side lost 1-0 at home against Newcastle.

Although Hughes insisted he had no regrets about his team selection at Chelsea and claimed he “would still make the same decision given the same circumstances again”, the Welshman lost his cool when pressed on that subject after Newcastle’s win and stormed out of his post-match press conference.

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Sport calendar 2018: your essential guide to the next 12 months

The World Cup in Russia headlines a busy year that will also feature the Ryder Cup, Winter Olympics in South Korea and the return of Andy Murray

(All dates in brackets are ‘until’)

All football fixtures are available here

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Rob Cross storms to PDC darts title to deny Phil Taylor fairytale finish

• No20 seed finishes with five treble 18s then a double 16
• Rob Cross takes first world title, Phil Taylor retires with 16

As a legend of the oche bowed out a new star was born. Rob Cross annihilated Phil Taylor in his first World Championship final, in his first appearance at the tournament, to take the PDC title by seven sets to two at Alexandra Palace.

The room belonged to the retiring 16-times champion, with a capacity crowd singing his name in a loop during his final match in the competition he has dominated for nearly three decades. But the title belongs to the Kent-born former electrician, a 27-year-old who turned professional only last year. He gave a performance that combined power and utter calm, hitting 11 180s, averaging 107.67 with three darts and converting 60% of his out-shots.

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Manchester United’s Martial and Lingard hit the high notes at Everton

José Mourinho’s dark mood was not transformed entirely – Paul Scholes and the so-called “kings of rock and roll” got it in the neck after the game – but the same could not be said of Manchester United’s second-half display at Everton. Clinical, classy and confident; Mourinho’s men welcomed in the new year in a manner that seemed beyond them during their festive slump.

Superb finishes from Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard brought United a first win in five matches and a return to second place in the Premier League. A 12-point gap remains between themselves and Manchester City but, after a slow-burning start and despite missing several key performers, they imposed their quality and superiority over Sam Allardyce’s ambitionless team. It needs to be a benchmark for the remainder of the campaign or those kings of rock and roll – presumably the “Class of 92” – will be playing the record that so irks the United manager.

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The man who wasn't there: 2017's most impactful player was Colin Kaepernick

If we’re being honest about 2017’s most impactful player then we have to say it was the quarterback who was deemed toxic for the crime of making us think

Someday people will look back at the just-completed 2017 NFL season and behold the brilliance of Tom Brady at 40 and Drew Brees at 38. They will marvel at how eight teams made the playoffs who had not done so last year. They will chuckle at Cleveland’s 0-16 record and wonder how the New York Giants could have tumbled to 3-13.

But these recollections will be footnotes in a record book. The 2017 NFL season had little to do with what happened on the field. It wasn’t about the quarterbacks who defied age but rather the quarterback who wasn’t there, the one who once nearly won a Super Bowl and then became too toxic to touch – all for the crime of making us think. If we are being honest about 2017’s most impactful player then we have to say it was not Brady or Brees or Carson Wentz or Todd Gurley or Aaron Donald for the touchdowns they scored and the quarterbacks they sacked. It was Colin Kaepernick for the contract he never got.

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Ragnar Klavan’s injury-time goal clinches dramatic Liverpool victory

Liverpool’s week has been defined by a centre-back. It was neither Dejan Lovren nor Ragnar Klavan, but two men who could be reduced to the rank of spectators when the world’s expensive defender is deemed ready to make his debut wrestled back the attention from Virgil van Dijk by combining to defeat Burnley in dramatic style.

Related: Newcastle delighted as Ayoze Pérez sinks Mark Hughes’ struggling Stoke

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Our benefits system has become a racket for cheating poor people | Aditya Chakrabortty

I saw a disabled woman’s attempt to get help end in tears and humiliation, and she’s just one of many. That’s how the process works

When Moira gets scared, she cuts herself. “It’s my way of taking control.” Right now she’s very scared. In a few days she faces a tribunal that will judge whether she is entitled to her disability benefit. She has been through forms and examinations and the officials who tell her one thing and those who tell her another, and she is nearly broken. In a low-ceilinged office at the back of a housing estate, she starts sobbing. “I cannot live like this any more.”

Related: Councils forced to fund emergency help for universal credit claimants

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Pure olive oil and virgin olive oil are not the same – archive, 2 January 1951

2 January 1951 Experts at the International Olive Growers’ Congress in Madrid try to bring some clarity to the debate

Rome, 1 January

When is olive oil pure and when is it virgin? According to Spanish, Algerian, French, Greek, Moroccan, Portuguese and Turkish experts, who have just met at the thirteenth International Olive Growers’ Congress in Madrid, olive oil is virgin when it is the produce of one pressed olive crop and pure when it is a mixture of various olives and other lower-grade oils, refined and confectioned into a pale gold odourless liquid. Italy alone, at this congress, wanted no distinction made between virgin and exporters do not, on the whole, make the pure olive oil, because Italy’s big distinction.

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Why should we subsidise writers who have lost the plot? | Tim Lott
I’m not surprised sales of literary fiction are in decline – too many authors fail to engage their readers with any sort of story
• Tim Lott is an author and journalist

Following the announcement from Arts Council England that sales of literary fiction are plummeting, it is suggested that arts subsidies be deployed to help writers survive. I have another idea. They should write better books.

Related: Literary fiction is in crisis. A new chapter of funding authors must begin | Claire Armistead

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Take it from the insiders: Silicon Valley is eating your soul | John Harris

Former Google and Facebook executives are sounding the alarm about the pervasive power of tech. Will we listen?

One source of angst came close to being 2017’s signature subject: how the internet and the tiny handful of companies that dominate it are affecting both individual minds and the present and future of the planet. The old idea of the online world as a burgeoning utopia looks to have peaked around the time of the Arab spring, and is in retreat.

If you want a sense of how much has changed, picture the president of the US tweeting his latest provocation in the small hours, and consider an array of words and phrases now freighted with meaning: Russia, bots, troll farms, online abuse, fake news, dark money.

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I’ll always hate what Thatcher stood for – but I’ve come to respect her | Joseph Harker
The more one compares her with later politicians, both Labour and Tory, the more she towers above them. And she wasn’t always wrong

Margaret Thatcher was the dominant political figure of my early adulthood. I never liked what she stood for: from the moment I saw her 1978 World In Action TV interview in which she talked of Britain being “swamped by people with a different culture” – and in so doing dog-whistled to the racism of the National Front – I knew I would never vote Conservative. Not only that – she put millions on the dole without a care, and crushed those who defended workers’ rights. Her reputation as evil incarnate was sealed for all time.

Or so I thought.

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Sydney seaplane tragedy: same model involved in 2015 crash that killed second family

Investigators say type of seaplane that crashed on New Year’s Eve, killing five Britons and pilot, is generally reliable

The model of seaplane that crashed on New Year’s Eve, killing five Britons and the plane’s pilot, is generally reliable, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau said on Tuesday.

The plane crashed in the Hawkesbury river, north of Sydney, at 3.10pm local time on Sunday and has yet to be retrieved.

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US teenager held after parents and sister shot dead on New Year's Eve

Boy, 16, used semi-automatic rifle to shoot and kill three relatives and family friend half an hour before midnight, police say

A 16-year-old New Jersey boy armed with a semi-automatic rifle shot and killed his parents, sister and a family friend inside the family home less than 30 minutes before midnight on New Year’s Eve, authorities said on Monday.

Local prosecutor Chris Gramiccioni said the boy would be charged with four counts of murder and a weapons offence stemming from the shooting in the shore town of Long Branch.

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Nine deaths reported after rival gangs battle in Brazilian prison

Attackers set mattresses on fire and burned bodies of those killed, authorities say

Inmates from rival gangs battled at a prison in Goias state on Monday, leaving nine dead and 14 injured, authorities jave told the Brazilian news site G1.

Related: At least 30 inmates killed and mutilated in Brazil prison

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US silent as Honduras protesters killed in post-election violence

US aid to security forces totals $114m since 2009 but military police are accused over deaths of 21 claiming vote fraud by President Juan Orlando Hernández

Tinsel and colored lights still adorn many houses in Choloma, a gritty manufacturing town near the Caribbean coast of Honduras, but at the home of David Ramos there are no signs of the festive season.

“Christmas no longer exists for us: not this year, not any year,” said Ramos as he leafed through freshly printed pictures of his oldest son. José Ramos, 22, was killed by military police officers last month, at a protest over alleged fraud in the country’s presidential election.

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Members’ club backed by Lord Ashcroft seeks to cut staff's basic pay

Devonshire Club promises to offset drop with share of service charge, in move that could reduce company’s tax bill

Staff at an exclusive private members’ club co-owned by the Tory donor Lord Ashcroft have been asked to take a cut in their basic pay in return for a share of the service charge, in a move that could leave low-paid workers vulnerable while reducing the company’s tax payments.

Workers at the Devonshire Club in London, where members pay £2,400 a year for access to a 68-room boutique hotel, brasserie and champagne bar, were asked last month if they would take a formal cut to the legal minimum wage.

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Storm Eleanor: Britain facing 80mph winds in gusty start to 2018

Weather warnings issued for parts of UK, including coastal alerts due to dangers posed by high waves hitting the shore

Britain is to experience wind gusts of up to 80mph as Storm Eleanor approaches, the Met Office has warned.

The fifth named storm of the season would bring a “very windy” spell to the UK on Tuesday night and Wednesday, forecasters said. The Met Office has issued several national severe weather warnings due to the potential for travel disruption.

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London Catholic school abuse survivor speaks of 'constant violence'

Man says ‘you couldn’t escape’ violence at St Benedict’s school where former headmaster has been jailed for sexually abusing boys

A man who was abused as a child at a Catholic school in London has spoken of a “culture of violence” at the institution, where a former headmaster was jailed just before Christmas for rape and other sexual offences.

“The threat and infliction of violence was constant. You couldn’t escape it – it was completely normalised,” said the survivor, who gave evidence in court against Andrew Soper, known as Father Laurence.

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Rail fares: unions and Labour condemn 'staggering' increase

Prices will rise by 3.4% on average, sparking protests at dozens of train stations as ‘passengers pay more for less’

Labour and trade unions have condemned “staggering” annual increases to rail fares, which come into force on Tuesday, triggering protests at dozens of stations in England.

Related: Train fares: UK rail passengers face biggest rise for five years

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Music trends alert: what you’ll be listening to in 2018

Reggaeton rolls on, Justin Timberlake makes a return and we’ll all be singing Three Lions – for at least a few weeks

It might be freezing in the UK in January, but pop music is already looking ahead to summertime anthems – with reggaeton reigning supreme. After the success of Despacito featuring Justin Bieber, music journos reckon we’ll see a lot more pop stars digging out their Spanish GCSE phrasebooks and turning to Latin American vibes.

“Everyone’s been talking about reggaeton after Despacito,” music writer Michael Hann says. “The way that dancehall informed big hits last year, we might see British and American artists using reggaeton to get a hit.”

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My year in music: powerful women shine though in an era of Trump and Weinstein

Music and culture writer Tara Joshi feels comforted, empowered and enriched by the music of 2017 – despite how turbulent the year has been

“Won’t that just be really embarrassing for you?” That was my flatmate’s reaction when I mentioned writing this piece. Because he knows how often I’ve played Carly Rae Jepsen’s Cut to the Feeling in the past year. To be honest, I’m rarely embarrassed by my listening habits, but I’ll admit I winced a bit after checking my listening history and discovering my most streamed song of all time is One Dance. In any case, this list now exists to prove that I don’t solely listen to mainstream pop music – although I do a lot of that too, because Selena Gomez’s Bad Liar bangs.

2017 has been quite a year: exhausting and relentless in many respects, but with some excellent sounds to soften the blow. For me, the most noteworthy things that happened at the start of 2017 were starting my tenure as the hip-hop and R&B columnist for music and culture site The Quietus, and the Women’s March. In their own ways, both those things informed what I was listening to throughout the year: plenty of rap and R&B and, more saliently, powerful women.

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From Despacito to Mans Not Hot – 12 tunes that defined 2017

It’s been a funny year, hasn’t it? There were highs and lows and in-betweeny bits and the UK’s music choices reflected that. We delved into Spotify’s Top 200 – literally the most-streamed tracks – and the Viral 50 (which is the only place the Curb Your Enthusiasm theme tune can outrank Katy Perry), to see which big news events and mass cultural moments affected the nation’s listening habits.

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My year in music: HMLTD and Jens Lekman, by way of Bonnie Tyler and AC/DC

Music journalist Michael Hann looks back at his 2017 and remembers the tunes that accompanied it – the good, the bad and the plain ugly

In the early months of the year, when the days are grey and the nights dark, I oscillate musically. On the one hand, I gravitate towards music that seems hibernatory – on the other, I crave light and warmth. In January and February 2017, I spent a lot of time with Jens Lekman’s Life Will See You Now, an album that managed to combine the light and the dark. On Evening Prayer – a disco track that makes your feet shuffle involuntarily – he contemplates mortality, on what must be the most joyous song about a tumour ever written. “How I prayed that I could stop the pain,” he tells us, “when the pain needed more than ibuprofen.”

Many of us turn to music to reflect our moods, and I’m no exception. I went through a massive change in my life in the spring, leaving the Guardian after 16 years to turn freelance. Like any change, it was nerve-racking – but it filled me with a sense of adventure, and two new groups reflected that. The Australian band Confidence Man put out a single called Bubblegum that thrilled me: cheap and guileless and full of joy (a live show at the Social in London had me smiling for days afterwards); and a London band called HMLTD, six Bowie wannabes with a flair for the theatrical, had the same effect.

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The scammers gaming India’s overcrowded job market
As competition for jobs among India’s youth intensifies, the offer of a lucrative career in a call centre can be difficult to turn down – even if the work turns out to be operating a scam. By Snigdha Poonam

In mid-2017, a few months after I had moved to Delhi to work for a national newspaper, I began to browse job websites. Every other day, an Indian news report underlines the gap between jobs and jobseekers. In 2016, in one municipality, 19,000 people applied for 114 jobs; among those competing to be a street sweeper were thousands of college graduates, some with engineering and MBA degrees. In the same year, more than 1.5 million people applied for 1,500 jobs with a state-owned bank, and more than 9 million took entrance exams for fewer than 100,000 jobs on the railways.

Faced with this lack of opportunity, many turn to rioting. Within months of returning to full-time reporting, I had covered two large urban youth revolts, in which entire cities had been shut down as people demanded quotas in education and jobs – today, young people from agricultural castes want to work in offices and not farms. I wondered what other options were open to them.

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The forgotten unemployed: 300,000 jobless Britons not claiming benefits

Study finds many people are not claiming support they are entitled to and warns some are put off by the benefits system

About 300,000 British people without jobs or on very low wages are not claiming benefits they are entitled to, according to a thinktank study urging the government to focus more attention on the issue.

The report from the Resolution Foundation says the “forgotten unemployed” are disproportionately likely to be older women or young men, who are missing out on at least £73 a week and potentially far more.

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The most exciting action and thriller films of 2018

Benicio del Toro’s Sicario is set loose in Mexico, Robert Pattinson rides off into the sunset and Robert Redford breaks out of Alcatraz in a canoe

Read more of our most anticipated films of 2018

Remember the three Americans who foiled a terrorist attack on a train in France? Clint Eastwood has made a thriller about them – with the trio starring as themselves.

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Fireworks, food and prayers: new year celebrated around the world

Thousands see the new year in with spectacular shows, while in New York Mariah Carey has a glitch-free set in a frosty Times Square

Thousands of revellers packed cities across the UK to see in the new year with fireworks captivating crowds in London and Edinburgh. Crowds took to the streets to join lively celebrations amid preparations by emergency services to tackle one of the busiest nights of the year.

The firework display in London featured a soundtrack dominated by women to mark the centenary of women being granted the vote, while cities around the world also had similarly impressive displays.

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Look to the future: what does 2018 have in store?

From news and politics to sport, culture and fashion, we preview the events likely to shape the year ahead

Iran nuclear deal, 15 January

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Jess Phillips: ‘I will never again make the mistake of becoming pregnant in late January’

It’s 4.30am, midwinter 2008, and the future MP is hunkering down for another early shift

I startle as he nudges me awake. It is pitch black in the room; the sun, sensibly, is still snoozing somewhere in the east. It takes a minute to adjust. Why is Tom waking me up in the dark? “It’s your turn, Jess,” he says, his tone becoming exasperated. I try to rouse myself and hear the gentle grunts rising from the basket by my bed. It is 4.30am on a cold December morning and my son Danny is six weeks old.

Danny is my second child, so the painfully sleep-deprived three months that follow his arrival should not be as much of a shock as when I had my first son. My expectations for a good night’s sleep, a good time and being the perfect 10 are already pretty low. But the darkness of the days and the cold air that engulfs my home in the early hours damn me once again to the desperation of being a new mum.

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The defenders: recording the deaths of environmental defenders around the world

This year, in collaboration with Global Witness, the Guardian aims to record the deaths of all people killed while protecting land or natural resources. At the current rate, about four defenders will die this week somewhere on the planet

  • Verifying deaths can take some time. This page will next be updated when the first reports of deaths in 2018 are confirmed
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Environmental crusaders risk their lives to save Philippine paradise

A small group of civilian para-enforcers is taking the protection of Palawan’s threatened rainforest from illegal loggers into their own hands

Tata gives hand signals for his men to drop to the rainforest floor as the searing whine of a chainsaw fades, their mission to save a critically endangered piece of paradise in the Philippines suddenly on hold.

Former paramilitary leader Efren “Tata” Balladares has been leading the other flip flop-wearing environmental crusaders up and down the steep mountains of Palawan island for the past 15 hours in the hunt for illegal loggers.

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Battle for the mother land: indigenous people of Colombia fighting for their lands

The 50-year civil war is over but, in the Cauca Valley, indigenous communities are on frontline of fight against drug gangs, riot police and deforestation

In pictures: Colombia’s land battles shatter the peace in Cauca Valley

A green-and-red flag flies over a cluster of bamboo and tarpaulin tents on the frontline of an increasingly deadly struggle for land and the environment in Colombia’s Cauca Valley.

It is the banner for what indigenous activists are calling the “liberation of Mother Earth”, a movement to reclaim ancestral land from sugar plantations, farms and tourist resorts that has gained momentum in the vacuum left by last year’s peace accord between the government and the leftwing guerrillas who once dominated the region – ending, in turn, the world’s longest-running civil war.

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‘For us, the land is sacred’: on the road with the defenders of the world’s forests
A busload of indigenous leaders have been crossing Europe to highlight their cause before the start of UN climate talks in Bonn

Of the many thousands of participants at the Bonn climate conference which begins on 6 November, there will arguably be none who come with as much hope, courage and anger as the busload of indigenous leaders who have been criss-crossing Europe over the past two weeks, on their way to the former German capital.

The 20 activists on the tour represent forest communities that have been marginalised over centuries but are now increasingly recognised as important actors against climate change through their protection of carbon sinks.

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Bronwen, Lady Astor obituary
Model and chatelaine of Cliveden caught up in the Profumo affair of the 1960s who went on to become a psychotherapist

Bronwen Astor, who has died aged 87, was the chatelaine of Cliveden, the estate where John Profumo met Christine Keeler, at the time of the scandal that rocked 1960s Britain. As a result, she found herself shunned by upper-class society and never quite shook off the stigma, despite reinventing herself as a psychotherapist and spiritual adviser.

When Bronwen Pugh, as she was, married into the Astor clan in 1960, she seemed to have the world at her feet. Her career had been one of public acclaim and professional success – as the most celebrated model of her generation, and as a BBC television presenter. She was muse to the Parisian couturier Pierre Balmain, who said she belonged, with Greta Garbo, Vivien Leigh and Marlene Dietrich, to the ultra-exclusive club of the world’s most beautiful women.

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'Is that a terrorist?' Prince Philip makes joke about bearded bystander

Duke of Edinburgh allegedly made comment about man with long ginger beard while attending church at Sandringham

Prince Philip has been accused of making a gaffe on a walkabout at Sandringham on Sunday after he reportedly pointed at a bearded member of the public and asked: “Is that a terrorist?”

The Queen’s husband, 96, was attending St Magdalene church, close to the royal family home in north Norfolk, on New Year’s Eve along with his daughter Anne, the Princess Royal, when he allegedly made the remark.

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From rock stars to feminist pioneers: the notable Americans who died in 2017

This year we bid goodbye to beloved celebrities Tom Petty and Mary Tyler Moore, as well as controversial figures Charles Manson and Roger Ailes, and others

The Heartbreakers frontman Tom Petty died after suffering a cardiac arrest in his Malibu home in October. He was 66. Petty produced a string of hits with the Heartbreakers such as You Got Lucky and Change of Heart, and the band were inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. He was still touring in 2017. “It’s shocking, crushing news,” Bob Dylan, who had collaborated with Petty, told Rolling Stone in a statement of Petty’s death. “I thought the world of Tom. He was a great performer, full of the light, a friend, and I’ll never forget him.”

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Molly’s Game review – Jessica Chastain is phenomenal in Aaron Sorkin's poker drama

Playing high-stakes poker hostess Molly Bloom, Chastain carries Sorkin’s screenplay-heavy directorial debut – and sizzles with Idris Elba

We all know Aaron Sorkin can write. The one-man zeitgeist behind The West Wing, The Social Network, Moneyball, The Newsroom and more, his confrontational style blends skill, smartness and, particularly, showiness in a way that leaves no question about his talent. But can he direct? Having now watched his directorial debut twice, I am still not entirely sure that he can.

Most certainly he can put together a slickly entertaining story: Molly’s Game, based on the autobiography of disgraced “poker princess” Molly Bloom, rattles along nicely. He can offer us a privileged vantage point from which to gaze into the closed world of the high-stakes poker games that Bloom runs. He can most certainly tell a story. But this is a story that is told primarily with words rather than pictures. This is film-making that is almost slavishly in service of the screenplay. It’s essentially a display cabinet for Sorkin’s dialogue. There is barely a shot or a cut that isn’t dictated by Molly’s silky narration. Cinema is, or should be, a visual medium. At times, it almost feels as though you could watch the film with your eyes closed and not miss out on much of its meaning.

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New push to make England's longest cycle tunnel a reality

Campaigners say they could enhance West Yorkshire’s health and economy by converting an old railway line

A campaign has accelerated to turn a disused railway line in Yorkshire into England’s longest cycle tunnel – instead of using £3m of public money to close it for ever.

The 1.4 mile (2.3km) Queensbury line, which runs 377ft (115 metres) below a hill between Halifax and Keighley in West Yorkshire, was closed in 1956 as rail travel declined and private car ownership increased.

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Can you solve it? Do your nut with the squirrel puzzle

Bury yourselves in this rodent riddle, plus a prize challenge

UPDATE: Click here to go to the solutions.

Happy New Year guzzlers!

Today’s first problem concerns squirrels. Have a nibble - it’s not too hard a nut to crack.

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Giving up alcohol for a year salvaged my mental health | Ned Lamb

My self-worth and confidence were shot to pieces, and something had to change. Quitting drink gave me some control over my life

As the clocks strike midnight on New Year’s Eve, I will finish a 12-month stretch of self-imposed sobriety. A year ago I had got to a point where I was drinking and smoking too much and – until the moment when I decided to quit – I was largely in denial about the impact it was having on my health. The scale of my drinking was normal for the social circles I was in. Whether the people I was with came together through work, football or friendship, drinking was commonplace.

But by the end of 2016, I felt uncomfortably overweight and my mental health was getting worse. I regularly experienced what I would describe as depression and felt weighed down with angst. On hindsight, these feelings were particularly pronounced after drinking, but they were becoming routine.

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2017 reloaded: key moments from the last 12 months – video

A look back at some of the most impactful moments of the year, remixed by Swiss motion designer and music producer Cee-Roo

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'I slept in a hospital toilet': the UK's hidden youth homelessness crisis – video

Young people who become homeless often find themselves in a chain of misfortune, forced into unsafe situations with little help from the state. Thomas Korpiela, Ann O'Shea, Kirk Rogers and Brookemorgan Henry-Rennie share their experiences of dealing with mental health issues  and surviving on the streets. They describe how the charities Depaul and Centrepoint helped them get their lives back on track 

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'Some don’t have bodies to bury’: My journey back to Dominica after the hurricane - video

This year the Caribbean experienced its most destructive hurricane season in decades. While large countries dominated the headlines, the small island nation of Dominica suffered the worst devastation it has ever seen. Josh Toussaint-Strauss visits his family in the country and asks, with next year forecast to be worse, how Dominicans see their future

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Nicola Jennings on Theresa May's new year hangover – cartoon
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London's 2018 new year parade – in pictures

Around 500,000 spectators gathered along the parade route in central London to watch more than 10,000 parade performers on first day of the year

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Hitchcock, Hepburn and Dirty Harry: vintage movie posters – in pictures

Original movie posters remain one of the most vibrant sectors of the cultural antiques trade. Produced for classic films including Psycho, Roman Holiday and The Italian Job, these original Hollywood posters from online marketplace AbeBooks are all priced in excess of £1,000 due to their age, scarcity, condition, and cultural and artistic significance

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Brexit beast blocking path to progress in 2018 – cartoon

Chris Riddell gives us his new year message

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Sofia Bonati's amazing ladies – in pictures

For the past couple of years, Sofia Bonati has been drawing intricate portraits of women against a backdrop of mazes and floral patterns. A self-taught artist from Argentina, now based in the UK, Bonati uses pencils, watercolours, inks, gouache and markers to portray “the intricacy of the female mind and women’s role in society”. She is influenced by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele for their treatment of the human form, and by William Morris for his patterns. The women in the paintings are generally a composition of different pictures that inspire her. “There are definitely elements in my work that naturally relate to feminism. The portraits I draw reflect the complexity and power of women.”

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New Year's Day swims around the world – in pictures

Swimming enthusiasts from across the northern hemisphere braved the cold for the first day of the year. Some swimming traditions began as a cure for hangovers, while others signify endurance

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En Iran, plusieurs morts en marge des manifestations contre la vie chère
Pour la cinquième nuit d’affilée, les Iraniens sont de nouveau descendus lundi dans la rue.
Deux policiers agressés la nuit du réveillon à Champigny-sur-Marne
Plusieurs vidéos sur Twitter montrent une gardienne de la paix au sol, rouée de coups. La violence de la scène a indigné jusqu’au sommet de l’Etat.
En Californie, l’excitation au premier jour de la légalisation de la marijuana
Les amateurs de cannabis faisaient la queue lundi dans les dispensaires habilités à vendre le cannabis à usage récréatif.
Prisons : le ministère de la justice va installer un téléphone dans chaque cellule
Les détenus pourront appeler les numéros que l’administration ou un juge auront autorisés.
Donald Trump menace de supprimer l’aide des Etats-Unis au Pakistan
Le président américain reproche à Islamabad de ne pas faire assez pour combattre le terrorisme. Le Pakistan a convoqué l’ambassadeur américain.
Un policier molesté à Aulnay-sous-Bois lors du contrôle d’un scooter volé
Sans-abri : décalage grandissant entre les annonces du président et l’action du gouvernement
Le système d’hébergement d’urgence semble aujourd’hui à bout de souffle et les actions concrètes sont dérisoires.
Un réveillon « pacifié » malgré une « hausse sensible » des interpellations
Le nombre de véhicules incendiés et d’interpellations a fortement augmenté, et la nuit a été marquée par l’incident violent à Champigny-sur-Marne.
2017, « année la plus sûre » pour le transport aérien
Selon l’ASN, un site spécialisé, 2017 a été l’année avec le plus faible nombre d’accidents et de victimes depuis l’établissement des statistiques sur les accidents d’avions.
Séoul réagit positivement au discours d’ouverture de Kim Jong-un
Le dictateur nord-coréen a appelé au dialogue et annoncé qu’il souhaitait que son pays participe aux Jeux d’hiver, qui s’ouvrent en février en Corée du Sud.
Ahed Tamimi, figure familière de la résistance palestinienne
Le tribunal militaire israélien a retenu douze chefs d’inculpation contre la jeune fille et prolongé sa garde à vue d’une semaine.
Coupures d’électricité et risques d’inondations après le passage de la tempête Carmen
Mardi matin, plus aucun département n’est en vigilance orange. Mais la tempête, qui a balayé la France avec des rafales à plus de 130 km/h, prive d’électricité encore 11 000 foyers.
Au moins neuf morts dans une mutinerie au Brésil
Des affrontements entre bandes rivales ont éclaté lundi dans une prison du centre-ouest du pays, provoquant un incendie.
Des « juges virtuels » pour désengorger les tribunaux
AU CŒUR DE L’IA. En France, plusieurs start-up se positionnent sur le marché, potentiellement très important, du droit civil et commercial.
« Time’s Up » à Hollywood, un fonds pour soutenir toutes les victimes de harcèlement sexuel
Le projet initié par plus de 300 actrices, metteuses en scène et autres personnalités du cinéma est destiné aux femmes qui n’ont pas les moyens financiers de se défendre.
« Red Dead Redemption II », « Far Cry 5 », « Dragon Ball FighterZ » : les jeux vidéo à suivre en 2018
Valeurs sûres ou petits jeux audacieux, exclusivités Xbox One ou titres réservés aux possesseurs de PlayStation 4 : ce sont les jeux vidéo les plus attendus.
Pour ses premiers vœux, Macron corrige son image
Après huit mois de mandat, le président de la République a défendu son premier bilan gouvernemental mais a aussi insisté sur les valeurs de « fraternité » et de « collectif ».
Le président malien annonce un projet de loi « d’entente nationale »
Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta ambitionne de « conforter la réconciliation » en amnistiant les rebelles repentis « qui n’ont pas de sang sur les mains ».
Etudiants : trois bonnes résolutions culturelles pour commencer 2018
Agathe Charnet, sur son blog L’Ecole du Spectacle, vous propose de pousser les portes de l’Opéra ou celles des conservatoires, mais aussi de vous initier à la critique culturelle.
2018 : espoirs et craintes de dix-huit réfugiés à travers le monde
Ils ou elles ont fui le Soudan, l’Ukraine, l’Irak, la Birmanie… Quatre médias européens, dont « Le Monde », ont recueilli leurs témoignages.
En 2018, vous ne verrez plus le réchauffement climatique comme une fatalité grâce à la philosophe Emilie Hache
Spécialisée en philosophie pragmatique et en écologie politique, Emilie Hache cherche des solutions durables pour répondre à l’urgence écologique. L’une de ses pistes consiste à écouter nos émotions pour passer à l’action.

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Rekord mit 44,3 Millionen Personen: Zahl der Beschäftigten erreicht neuen Höchststand
Der Arbeitsmarkt brummt: Die Zahl der Beschäftigten ist 2017 so stark gestiegen wie seit zehn Jahren nicht und erreicht eine neue Rekordmarke. Doch der Fachkräftemangel könnte womöglich erstmals das Wachstum drücken.
Finale der Darts-WM im Video: Der Abschied des großen Phil Taylor
Phil Taylor tritt von der Darts-Bühne ab. Bei seinem letzten Turnier spielte er sich bis ins Finale, musste sich dort jedoch Rob Cross geschlagen geben.
Regimekritische Demonstrationen: Staatsfernsehen meldet weitere Tote bei Protesten in Iran
Bei den Protesten in Iran sollen laut staatlichen Medienberichten neun weitere Menschen getötet worden sein. Die Polizei nahm bislang Hunderte Demonstranten fest.
Deutsche Justiz: Richterbund warnt vor dramatischem Personalmangel
Im deutschen Justizsystem fehle es an Personal, und die Lage werde sich künftig noch verschärfen: Der Richterbund fordert die Politik deshalb zum Handeln auf - andernfalls drohe "der Rechtsstaat zu erodieren".
Nach Attacke auf israelischen Soldaten: Israel klagt 16-jährige Palästinenserin an
Vor laufender Kamera schlug Ahed Tamimi einem israelischen Soldaten ins Gesicht. Nun wird die Palästinenserin von der einen Seite als Provokateurin kritisiert - und von der anderen als Ikone des Widerstands gefeiert.
Deutlicher Sieg gegen Phil Taylor: Rob Cross ist Darts-Weltmeister
Was für eine Gala! Rob Cross ist Darts-Weltmeister. Der WM-Debütant ließ Legende Phil Taylor keine Chance. Am Ende hieß es 7:2.
"Time's Up": Hunderte Hollywoodstars starten Aktion gegen sexuelle Belästigung
Die Zeit für Sexismus und sexuelle Übergriffe ist vorbei: Unter diesem Motto haben 300 Hollywoodgrößen die Initiative "Time's Up" gegründet. Sie wollen betroffenen Frauen unter anderem mit 13 Millionen Dollar helfen.
Kritik an Justizsenator: Erneut zwei Häftlinge aus der JVA Berlin-Plötzensee getürmt
Was ist in der Berliner JVA Plötzensee los? In den vergangenen Tagen flohen fünf Gefangene aus der Haft, am Neujahrstag sind zwei weitere entkommen. Einer von ihnen meldete sich aber schnell zurück.
Abstimmung bei Klausurtagung: CSU will Sozialleistungen für Asylbewerber kürzen
Vor ihrer Klausur im Kloster Seeon verschärft die CSU ihre Forderungen in der Asylpolitik: Schutzsuchende sollen strikter durchleuchtet und Leistungen deutlich gekürzt werden.
Großfeuer in Liverpool: 1400 Autos im Parkhaus ausgebrannt
Ein Liverpooler Parkhaus war beinahe vollständig belegt, als ein Auto Feuer fing. Der Brand zerstörte 1400 Fahrzeuge, Besucher einer Pferdeshow strandeten in der Stadt - die aber schnell reagierte.
Streit um Silvester-Tweet: Polizei stellt Strafanzeige gegen Beatrix von Storch
Die AfD-Politikerin Beatrix von Storch hat einen arabischen Tweet der Kölner Polizei mit heftigen Worten kommentiert. Twitter verhängte daraufhin eine Schreibsperre, und die Polizei hat Anzeige erstattet.
Tote und Festnahmen nach Protesten: Gabriel "sehr besorgt" über Lage in Iran
Seit Tagen demonstrieren Menschen in Iran, es gibt mehrere Tote und viele Festnahmen. Außenminister Gabriel forderte jetzt die Regierung in Teheran auf, die Versammlungsfreiheit zu respektieren.
Umstrittenes Hilfszelt: Vier Frauen nutzen "Sicherheitszone" auf Berliner Partymeile
Ein Schild mit der Aufschrift "Women's Safety Area" an einem Zelt des Roten Kreuzes auf der Berliner Silvestermeile sorgte im Vorfeld für harsche Kritik. Wie ist die Bilanz des Hilfsangebots am Tag danach?
Paragraf 103 StGB gestrichen: Majestätsbeleidigung ist in Deutschland Geschichte
Die Böhmermann-Affäre um das Schmähgedicht auf den türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan brachte die Diskussion ins Rollen: Ab dem 1.1.2018 ist Majestätsbeleidigung in Deutschland kein Straftatbestand mehr.
Vierschanzentournee: Stoch schlägt Freitag auch beim Neujahrsspringen
Kamil Stoch und Richard Freitag: Die beiden Springer beherrschen derzeit die Vierschanzentournee. Der Pole war dabei auch in Garmisch-Partenkirchen nicht zu schlagen.
Tod im Gerichtssaal: Uno-Tribunal sieht nach Praljaks Suizid keine eigenen Fehler
Vor laufenden Kameras trank Kriegsverbrecher Praljak Zyankali, er starb. Doch wie war das Gift in den Den Haager Gerichtssaal gelangt? Das Uno-Tribunal hat den Fall untersucht - und weist jede Schuld von sich.
Katar-Reise des FC Bayern: Rummenigge beruft sich auf Gabriels Segen
Wie in jedem Jahr reist der FC Bayern auch im Januar 2018 zum Trainingslager nach Katar - und wie in jedem Jahr gibt es Proteste. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge benennt einen prominenten Fürsprecher aus der Politik.
Marihuana-Legalisierung in Kalifornien: Das komplizierte Geschäft mit dem Kiffen
Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Nevada - und jetzt auch Kalifornien: Der sechste US-Bundesstaat hat den Verkauf von Marihuana legalisiert. Viele neue Läden freuen sich auf ein Milliardengeschäft - doch es gibt Probleme.
Flüchtlinge zum neuen Jahr: "2018 wäre es gut, wenn sich Gott an mich erinnerte"
Mehr als 65 Millionen Menschen sind weltweit auf der Flucht oder suchen Schutz in einem anderen Land. Was wünschen sie sich für 2018? Wir haben nachgefragt.
ARD-Neujahrskrimi: Der neue Saar-"Tatort" im Schnellcheck
Saarbrücken als Zukunftslabor? Trotz drolliger Selbstversuche in der IT-Branche endet dieser "Tatort" mit Kommissar Stellbrink über Datenhandel im dösigen Digital-Pessimismus.
Türkischer Außenminister über Deniz Yücel: "Wir können die Justiz nur ermutigen, den Prozess zu beschleunigen"
Der türkische Außenminister Mevlüt Cavusoglu hat sich zum Fall Deniz Yücel geäußert. Man ermutige die türkische Justiz, endlich Anklage zu erheben. Auch ein Urteil des Europäischen Gerichtshofs für Menschenrechte würde sein Land umsetzen.
Mehrere Tote bei Protesten: Irans Parlament kommt zu Krisensitzung zusammen
Trotz Androhung harter Strafen gehen in Iran die Proteste gegen die Regierung in Teheran weiter. Hunderte Menschen wurden bereits festgenommen. Das Staatsfernsehen bestätigte, dass es mehrere Tote gab.
Silvesternacht: Zwölfjähriges Mädchen in Salzgitter angeschossen
Die Polizei in Salzgitter ermittelt wegen eines versuchten Tötungsdelikts: In der Nacht wurde in der niedersächsischen Stadt eine Zwölfjährige angeschossen. Drei Verdächtige wurden festgenommen.
Falsch ausgeschildertes Tempo-Limit: Blitzer-Panne - Köln zahlt 1,3 Millionen Euro zurück
Ein Tempolimit auf der A3 war falsch ausgeschildert - und Hunderttausende Autofahrer wurden zu Unrecht geblitzt. Doch längst nicht alle holten sich bislang ihr Geld zurück.
 
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