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Portugal investiga suposto tráfico de crianças articulado pela Universal
O Ministério Público de Portugal abriu investigação para apurar uma suposta rede de tráfico internacional de crianças que seria articulada pela Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 21h40)
Mulheres que acusam Trump pedem investigação do Congresso
Três mulheres que acusam Donald Trump de assédio sexual pediram nesta segunda-feira (11) que o Congresso americano abra uma investigação sobre o comportamento do presidente. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 21h38)
Emílio anuncia que familiares não ocuparão mais presidência da Odebrecht
Cerca de uma semana antes de o empresário Marcelo Odebrecht deixar a prisão, seu pai, Emílio, anunciou nesta segunda-feira (11) que os membros da família não vão mais ocupar o cargo de presidente na empresa. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 21h15)
Delator diz que empreiteira pagou agência de comunicação para Cabral
O economista Carlos Emanuel Miranda, apontado como "gerente da propina" atribuída a Sérgio Cabral (PMDB), afirmou nesta segunda-feira (11) que a Carioca Engenharia pagou a agência de comunicação FSB, via caixa dois, para atuar numa campanha eleitoral do ex-governador. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 20h54)
Battisti vira réu por evasão de divisas e terá que pôr tornozeleira em MS
O italiano Cesare Battisti virou réu nesta segunda-feira (11) pelo crime de evasão de divisas. Ele foi preso em Corumbá (MS), perto da fronteira com a Bolívia em 4 de outubro. Dois dias depois, o desembargador José Marcos Lunardelli, do TRF-3 (Tribunal Regional Federal da 3ª Região), concedeu um habeas corpus ao italiano. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 20h50)
Procuradoria denuncia Andrés Sanchez sob suspeita de crime tributário
A PGR (Procuradoria Geral da República) denunciou nesta segunda (11) o deputado Andrés Sanchez (PT-SP) sob a acusação de crime tributário. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 20h25)
MP pede devolução de R$ 733 milhões à Funcef por perdas em estaleiro
O Ministério Público Federal acusa ex-dirigentes da Funcef, o fundo de pensão dos empregados da Caixa Econômica Federal, e as construtoras Engevix e a WTorre por prejuízos na aquisição de cotas de fundo de investimentos para a compra do Estaleiro Rio Grande. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 20h24)
Destruição do PSDB é consequência política do 'golpe', diz Dilma
A ex-presidente Dilma Rousseff (PT) afirmou nesta segunda (11), durante discurso em Belo Horizonte, que "a destruição do PSDB e o surgimento da extrema direita foram consequências políticas do impeachment, que chamou de golpe. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 20h15)
Trump quer reenviar humanos à Lua, com Marte como destino final
O presidente americano, Donald Trump, confirmou nesta segunda-feira (11) o desejo dos Estados Unidos de enviar astronautas à Lua pela primeira vez desde 1972, com o objetivo de preparar uma missão tripulada a Marte. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 20h08)
Gestão Doria promete alvará de obras com mais de 1.500 m² em até 120 dias
O prefeito de São Paulo, João Doria (PSDB), transformou em lei nesta segunda-feira (11) projeto que prevê a liberação de grandes empreendimentos imobiliários em até 120 dias. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 19h37)
Mr. Catra recebe alta após ficar cinco dias internado em SP
O funkeiro Mr. Catra, 49, recebeu alta neste domingo (10) depois de ficar cinco dias internado no Hospital do Coração (HCor), em São Paulo. No dia 5 de dezembro, O cantor foi internado às pressas com problemas digestivosLeia mais (12/11/2017 - 19h36)
Defesa de Marin tenta responsabilizar Del Nero em julgamento da Fifa
Na reta final do julgamento do escândalo de corrupção na Fifa, nesta segunda (11), a defesa do ex-presidente da CBF José Maria Marin resolveu trazer à tona o atual presidente da entidade, Marco Polo Del Nero, e comparar sua situação à de Marin. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 19h34)
Viaduto em obra terá o nome de Dona Marisa Letícia
Após dez meses desde a apresentação da proposta, a Câmara dos Vereadores de São Paulo aprovou, nesta segunda-feira (11), a denominação Dona Marisa Letícia, mulher do ex-presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, para um viaduto em conclusão no bairro de Santo Amaro. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 19h29)
Em Washington, Gilmar Mendes minimiza críticas ao Congresso
Em reunião em Washington nesta segunda (11), o ministro do STF Gilmar Mendes minimizou as críticas da população ao Congresso, que segundo o Datafolha vive seu momento de pior rejeição na história recente, e defendeu a adoção do semipresidencialismo. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 19h26)
Bolsa tem leve alta e dólar encosta em R$ 3,30 em dia de agenda vazia
Sem notícias relevantes para guiar o investidor nesta segunda (11), o mercado brasileiro teve um dia de volume esvaziado, o que se refletiu em leves altas tanto da Bolsa quanto no dólar. Nem mesmo a notícia de que o governo decidiu antecipar o calendário da Previdência foi suficiente para direcionar as operações. Leia mais (12/11/2017 - 19h11)

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La Guardia Civil cifra en medio millón el coste de la publicidad del referéndum
El cálculo incluye el anuncio emitido por TV3 para promocionar la consulta y la campaña sobre el registro de catalanes en el extranjero
Trump quiere volver a enviar astronautas a la Luna 45 años después
El presidente firma una directiva, sin detalles de calendario y presupuesto, para una nueva misión al satélite y la eventual exploración de Marte
Bescansa advierte del riesgo que supondría una consulta en Cataluña
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La primera remesa de medidas incluye la mejora de la ciberdefensa, una de las prioridades de la UE y la OTAN
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Ada Colau en ‘Sálvame Deluxe’
Que la alcaldesa tuviese de joven una novia no es ya motivo de escándalo
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Josep Pla: “El catalán es un fugitivo y, a veces, cobarde”
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Sparò e uccise ladro 22enne, archiviata accusa di omicidio: «Fu legittima difesa» | Foto

Sparò e uccise  ladro 22enne, archiviata accusa di omicidio: «Fu legittima difesa» | Foto

Francesco Sicignano colpì a morte Gjergj Gjoni, 22 anni, che si era introdotto nella sua casa a Vaprio d’Adda nel 2015. Secondo il gip si trattò di «legittima difesa»

Ullah, 27 anni, elettricistaHa confezionato la bomba  per «vendicarsi» di tutto

Ullah, 27 anni, elettricistaHa confezionato la bomba  per «vendicarsi» di tutto

Ue contro Trump: «Gerusalemme è anche palestinese»|Amos Oz: «Temo i fanatici»

Ue contro Trump: «Gerusalemme è  anche palestinese»|Amos Oz: «Temo i fanatici»

A Bruxelles gelo tra l’israeliano Netanyahu e il capo della diplomazia europea Mogherini

Maltempo: nevica su Torino, chiusa autostrada per Savona. Tromba d’aria a Genova, scuole chiuse in Toscana

Maltempo:  nevica su Torino, chiusa autostrada per Savona. Tromba d’aria a Genova, scuole chiuse in Toscana

Dopo il treno bloccato ieri nella neve, oggi diverse linee ferroviarie sono state chiuse in Liguria e in Piemonte. In Umbria c’è l’allarme vento. Traghetti fermi in Sicilia

Milano, il pedofilo  è un impiegato in pausa pranzo: «Mi seguiva, poi ha iniziato a toccarmi»

Milano, il pedofilo  è un impiegato in pausa pranzo: «Mi seguiva, poi ha iniziato a toccarmi»

Tre bambine molestate sulle scale di casa. Ecco come i carabinieri hanno incastrato l’aggressore

Amanti diabolici, indagini a Saronno: ci sono altri 18 casi di morti sospette in corsia

Amanti diabolici, indagini a Saronno: ci sono altri 18 casi di morti sospette in corsia

Le indagini sui decessi avvenuti prima del 2013. Accusato l’ex vice primario del pronto soccorso Leonardo Cazzaniga, già in carcere per 9 morti sospette di suoi pazienti e per gli omicidi in concorso con l’amante infermiera Laura Taroni

L’addio di Dario, ex rugbista malato di Sla: «Questo sarà  il mio ultimo Natale»

L’addio di Dario, ex rugbista malato di Sla: «Questo sarà  il mio ultimo Natale»

Ex giocatore di rugby, 62 anni, da quattro affetto da sclerosi laterale amiotrofica, affida ai social il suo addio: «La mia vita è giunta al capolinea, vi auguro un futuro ricco di salute»

Saltano la stretta sui cellulari in auto e gli allarmi per i seggiolini dei bimbi

Saltano la stretta sui cellulari in auto e gli allarmi per i seggiolini dei bimbi

Tagliola sull’ammissibilità delle due norme: non saranno esaminate né ci sarà il voto in aula. Oltre 2.000 gli emendamenti alla nuova manovra

Si arrampica sui grattacieli per mettere le foto sui social. Posta il video e poi cade

Si arrampica sui grattacieli per mettere le foto sui social. Posta il video e poi cade

Si chiamava Wang Yong Ning. È stato trovato il giorno dopo morto ai piedi del grattacielo

Il sub sorpreso alle spalle da un grande squalo bianco

Il sub sorpreso alle spalle da un grande squalo bianco

Il pescatore subacqueo faccia a faccia con il predatore

Maltempo: crolla la passeggiata di Vado Ligure

Maltempo: crolla la passeggiata di Vado Ligure

Il maltempo continua a fare danni in provincia di Savona

Vado in Cina. In treno: la seconda via della Seta

Vado in Cina. In treno: la seconda via della Seta

Il governo cinese sta investendo centinaia di miliardi

Totti e il nome impronunciabile, il video saluto diventa esilarante

Totti e il nome impronunciabile, il video saluto diventa esilarante

Allo staff di un bar: «Ma che nome gli avete messo?»

Bocelli apre la borsa Nasdaq a Times Square

Bocelli apre la borsa Nasdaq a Times Square

Cerimonia di apertura dedicata alla fondazione

Di Maio: «Negozi chiusi  nelle feste, famiglie più felici» In Italia “sempre aperti”|Vota

Di Maio: «Negozi chiusi  nelle feste,  famiglie più felici» In Italia “sempre aperti”|Vota

L’intervento del candidato premier del M5S a sostegno di una proposta di legge al Senato. «Tutte le famiglie hanno il diritto al riposo anche quelle che posseggono o gestiscono esercizi commerciali»

Melegatti blocca la produzione dei pandori: «Costano meno del pane» | La campagna

Melegatti blocca la produzione dei pandori: «Costano meno del pane» | La campagna

Oggi il via libera dei lavoratori alla cassa integrazione. L’azienda messa in crisi dalle liti tra le due famiglie principali azioniste. Lo stabilimento inaugurato a febbraio ora è chiuso. Attesa per le mosse del fondo maltese Abalone che vuole rilevare l’attività

I gemelli diventati miliardari con i bitcoin: la cripto-moneta quotata in Borsa |Cosa sono

I gemelli diventati miliardari con i bitcoin:  la cripto-moneta quotata in Borsa  |Cosa sono

Cameron e Tyler Winklevoss nel 2013 puntarono 11 milioni sulla valuta

Se il Pd deraglia Prodi e Veltroni  in campo

Se il Pd deraglia Prodi e Veltroni  in campo

Il compito di evitare l’implosione dopo una sconfitta pesante. Le strategie di Massimo D’Alema e Pier Luigi Bersani

Centrodestra: cosa unisce e cosa divide

Centrodestra: cosa unisce e cosa divide

Dal sì alla flat tax alle divisioni sul ruolo dell’Europa, le posizioni di Forza Italia, Lega e Fratelli d’Italia prima di stilare il programma comune per le elezioni

Sgarbi: vinceremo come in Sicilia   Anche per Renzi sono insuperabile

Sgarbi: vinceremo come in Sicilia   Anche per Renzi sono insuperabile

Il critico d’arte e fondatore di Rinascimento italiano: «La coalizione di centrodestra prenderà il 42%. Anche per Renzi sono insuperabile»

Criticato simbolo di Liberi e uguali: le «foglioline» dividono le donne Video|Vota

Criticato  simbolo di Liberi e uguali: le «foglioline» dividono le donne  Video|Vota

La scelta grafica del nuovo logo, che trasforma “Liberi” in “Libere” ha scatenato diverse critiche su Twitter. C’è chi pensa che non bastino delle foglie per rappresentare il mondo femminile e chi invece le difende. Ironia anche sulla presunta somiglianza con un vecchio logo di Emergency

Il divorzio di Ap: Lorenzin con il Pd,  Lupi guarda  al centrodestra

Il divorzio di Ap:  Lorenzin con il Pd,  Lupi guarda  al centrodestra

Il coordinatore lavora a una lista alleata al centrodestra che riutilizzi il nome Ncd

Amazon consegna Gesù Bambino online, polemica su «Der Spiegel»

 Amazon consegna Gesù Bambino online, polemica su «Der Spiegel»

Sull’ultima copertina il settimanale tedesco in edicola sostituisce la tradizionale mangiatoia con una scatola di cartone aperta. Il dialogo tra San Giuseppe e la Madonna: «Io non l’ho ordinato». «Si può cambiare?»

Il giallo del b&b, svolta da autopsia: «Colpo alla gola è stato autoinferto»

Il giallo del b&b, svolta da autopsia: «Colpo alla gola è stato autoinferto»

Esclusa l’ipotesi di omicidio nel caso della morte del 33enne Giuseppe Spinelli. Il racconto dell’amante Marcella Ninni era veritiero: alterato da alcol e coca

Il tallio nelle bottiglie d’acqua: così Mattia ha ucciso zia e nonni

Il tallio  nelle bottiglie d’acqua: così Mattia ha ucciso zia e nonni

Il 27enne, in carcere con l’accusa di triplice omicidio e tentato omicidio plurimo, ha raccontato di essere andato nella cantina della villetta, utilizzata come dispensa comune, di aver svitato due tappi e di aver introdotto il veleno

Sergio, il barbiere più anziano d’Italia: «Ho 83 anni, mai fatto ferie»| Video - Le immagini

Sergio, il barbiere più anziano d’Italia: «Ho 83 anni, mai fatto ferie»|  Video - Le immagini

Brescello, Sergio in bottega lavora e dipinge: mi premiò Zavattini

Rischio salmonella: Lactalis ritira il latte artificiale per bimbi

Rischio salmonella: Lactalis ritira  il latte artificiale per bimbi

Il ritiro non riguarda il mercato italiano ma il prodotto viene venduto in diversi mercati in Europa, Africa, Sud America e Cina. Il gruppo: «Faremo ogni sforzo per trovare possibili cause di contaminazione»

Cibo, abiti e docce: arriva la  «Lonely Planet» per i senzatetto

Cibo, abiti e docce: arriva la   «Lonely Planet» per i senzatetto

Oltre 560 indirizzi per i senzatetto e le persone in difficoltà di Roma e provincia. Ogni settimana raccolti e smistate 5 tonnellate di alimenti e 3 di abiti. Altre città stanno per pubblicare il loro manuale

Per «Spelacchio» Roma ha pagato quasi 50mila euro| Gli sfottò

Per  «Spelacchio» Roma ha  pagato quasi 50mila euro|    Gli sfottò

Per l’abete rosso regalato dalla Val di Fiemme e preso di mira sui social il Comune ha sborsato circa tre volte in più del 2016 per il servizio di trasporto, rimozione e smaltimento del simbolo delle festività davanti all’Altare della Patria

Roma, clienti chiamate «ciccione»  sullo scontrino

Roma, clienti chiamate «ciccione»  sullo scontrino

L'appellativo rivolto ad un gruppo di turisti a pranzo nel ristorante giapponese: tre donne e un uomo. La denuncia su Facebook, ma secondo i gestori si tratta dell’appellativo del commesso

Droni e visori notturni: caccia  ai ladri di ostriche nell’Atlantico

Droni e visori notturni:   caccia  ai ladri di ostriche nell’Atlantico

Fisco, i ministri Ue agli Usa: ‘Riforma Trump contro le regole’

Fisco, i ministri Ue agli Usa: ‘Riforma Trump contro  le regole’

I responsabili delle Finanze di Italia, Germania, Francia, Regno Unito e Spagna parlano di «preoccupazioni significative» e del rischio di concorrenza sleale. Ma dagli Stati Uniti, per ora nessuna risposta

Monossido di carbonio a scuola, 20 bambini intossicati Foto

 Monossido di carbonio  a scuola, 20 bambini intossicati Foto

San Giorgio Canavese, forse per effetto del monossido di carbonio: 9 in ospedale. Colta da malore anche la maestra

Il consigliere Bellomo: i dettagli delle molestie alle magistrate finivano su una rivista Le foto

Il consigliere Bellomo: i dettagli delle molestie alle magistrate  finivano su una rivista Le foto

Così il consigliere di Stato parlava delle aspiranti magistrate che seguivano il suo corso. La vita intima di una borsista con cui aveva avuto una relazione rivelata in ogni dettaglio ai lettori della rivista giuridica trasformata in chat

La magia della prima neve a Milano: il Duomo e i Navigli imbiancati Le foto - Il video

La magia della prima  neve a Milano: il Duomo e i Navigli      imbiancati Le foto - Il  video

I fiocchi copiosi scesi domenica pomeriggio hanno regalato un fascino particolare ai monumenti, ai luoghi storici del capoluogo lombardo

Medici in sciopero, mercoledì sono a rischio 40mila interventi chirurgici

Medici in sciopero, mercoledì sono a rischio 40mila interventi chirurgici

Sotto accusa la legge di bilancio 2018 e il mancato rinnovo del contratto. La denuncia dei sindacati: «Condizioni di lavoro tra le peggiori, turni senza fine, guardie notturne anche a 70 anni. Risultato? Milioni di italiani sono costretti a rinunciare alle cure»

«Mi sfottono per il naso,  mi dicono brutto»: il video del 16enne commuove gli Usa

«Mi sfottono per il naso,  mi dicono brutto»: il video del 16enne commuove gli Usa

Raggiunte più di 16 milioni di visualizzazioni con un video in cui racconta alla madre le angherie subite

Farmaci, aumentano le tariffe in farmacia su notturno e galenici: il supplemento notte raddoppia

Farmaci, aumentano le tariffe in farmacia su notturno e galenici: il supplemento notte raddoppia

A metà novembre sono scattate le disposizioni previste dal decreto della ministra Lorenzin. Il rincaro è legato all’aumento del costo del lavoro. Gli extra erano fermi al 1993 e non erano mai stati rivisti

Un milione ai suoi cani: la volontà (rispettata) di un anziano di Pavia

Un milione  ai suoi cani: la volontà (rispettata) di un anziano di  Pavia

Ai due animali che vivevano con il «de cuius» sono andati 20.000 euro per garantirne il mantenimento, il resto è stato devoluto a associazioni per progetti di protezione degli animali

Carmen, Maria Rosa e Angiolina, donne alla frontiera della scienza Buone Notizie torna in edicola

Carmen, Maria Rosa e Angiolina, donne alla frontiera della scienza Buone Notizie torna in edicola

Carmen Giordano (Politecnico di Milano) studia un cervello-intestino artificiale. Maria Rosa Antognazza (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia) lavora alla retina del futuro. Angiolina Comotti (Bicocca) vuole assorbire la Co2 con i «pori» dei materiali

Il pilota russo sfiora il volo cargo Il video da brividi in Siria: guarda

Il pilota russo sfiora il volo cargo Il video da brividi in Siria: guarda

La manovra pericolosissima, l’aereo rischia lo scontro in volo

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Rubano ambulanza mentre operatori soccorrono donna

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Malesia, il mistero della  modella precipitata da un hotel  Immagini

La 18enne olandese è stata ritrovata nuda e senza vita a Kuala Lumpur. La polizia parla di incidente, ma sul collo della ragazza ci sarebbero strani lividi

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Ecco le «nuove» nuvole, sono le Asperitas

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Golden Globes, Guadagnino star  Tre candidature, sfiderà Spielberg

«Chiamami col tuo nome», storia di un amore omosessuale, in lizza come miglior film. Nomination per Jude Law (The Young Pope) e Helen Mirren per il film di Virzì

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La battaglia quotidiana di un presidente ossessionato dal suo nome nei titoli delle news

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Roma,  si paga l’ingresso al Pantheon: biglietto a 2 euro

Firmato accorda tra Mibact e Vaticano. Il ricavato per il ministero «servirà per far fronte a una migliore valorizzazione e tutela del monumento, alle spese di manutenzione e a garantire una maggiore sicurezza durante le visite»

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Pif: «Io contro Renzi? Lo criticavo anche quando era potente»

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Lapo Elkann, fusione francese Italia Indipendent corre in Borsa

Un balzo del 10% dopo l’annuncio del memorandum di intesa per la cessione delle quote di Indipendent Ideas a Publicis 133

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Pier Silvio Berlusconi: «Tetto pubblicitario per la Rai. In Europa è rimasta un unicum»

Secondo il ceo e vicepresidente di Mediaset «Tim ha bisogno dei nostri contenuti ma c’è sospesa la questione con il loro azionista di controllo Vivendi. Vediamo  se supereremo le difficoltà»

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Arabia Saudita, riaprono i cinema dopo 35 anni: «Svolta culturale»

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Terremoto, troppo gelo nel container malore per “Nonna Peppina”

La 95enne di Macerata diventata un simbolo del popolo degli sfollati

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Fedez, un anno irripetibile: «Divento papà, canto a San Siro e mi sposo con Ferragni»

Il rapper milanese affronta il 14 dicembre la finalissima del talent in cui è giudice. «Soffro se Chiara non dorme con me. Liti a “X Factor”? Difendo i miei ragazzi»

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Sei motivi per eliminare le foto dell’ex dai social (secondo la scienza)

L’esperta della Ohio State University: «Cancellare tutte le immagini di una storia passata non è solo catartico, ma è anche il modo più veloce per superare la rottura»

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Nella Coppa dell’Asia orientale le atlete di Pyongyang sono lanciate verso il terzo trofeo consecutivo: sabato sfida decisiva alla Cina

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Nfl sotto la neve: spettacolare sfida tra i Buffalo Bills e gli Indianapolis Colts

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I modelli firmati dai brand della moda. Accessori che cambiano con la stagione e completato l’uotfit di chi non rinuncia alle ultime tendenze

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Champions, la Roma pesca lo Shakhtar: il sorrisino beffardo di Totti

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Abito rosso fuoco, lungo e attillato, giacca bianca con il pelo per la modella che cattura tutti gli sguardi nella notte londineseAbito rosso fuoco, lungo e attillato, giacca bianca con il pelo per la modella che cattura tutti gli sguardi nella notte londinese

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Amazon, Birkenstock se ne va: «Basta consegne. Non c’è più fiducia»

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Le Iene: «Nadia Toffa sta meglio e presto si farà vedere...»

Poco prima del programma Giulio Golia ha annunciato il servizio di Nadia e parlato della sua salute

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Razzi: «Porto Spalletti e Icardi in Corea del Nord. Kim tifa Inter»

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Troppa neve in campo: l’arbitro non trova il dischetto del rigore. Ecco cosa fa

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Guendalina Tavassi, ex del Grande Fratello posta video su Fb: «Io e mia figlia aggredite»

L’ex protagonista del reality ha pubblicato sulla pagina Facebook un video insieme alla figlia Gaia in cui mostra i segni delle percosse e parla di bullismo

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Ryan, il bimbo di 6 anni diventato milionario con i video su YouTube in cui prova i suoi giocattoli

Il piccolo è protagonista di filmati in cui scarta i suoi giochi e li testa. I primi filmati quando aveva tre anni, ora il suo canale su YouTube ha oltre 10 milioni di iscritti. E in un anno ha guadagnato 11 milioni di dollari

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Star Wars, la nuova invasione: tornano i rollinz dell’Esselunga

Dal 14 dicembre fino al 18 febbraio 2018 nei supermercati della catena sarà possibile collezionare i 24 personaggi 3D da raccogliere nel “Collector Star Destroyer”. L’iniziativa segue il successo incredibile della scorsa edizione con 50 milioni di statuette distribuite

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I gatti e il presepe: gli animali che divertono il web

Fare il presepe può risultare impresa complicata quando in casa si hanno dei felini: e allora ecco cosa hanno combinato alcuni gatti

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Cina, elefante imbizzarrito attacca un bus: sfonda il parabrezza con la testa

La scena ripresa nella provincia dello Yunnan. L’animale è finto su una statale e ha attaccato anche altri mezzi: nessuno è rimasto ferito

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La mononucleosi, «malattia del bacio»:  che cos’è, sintomi e cure

La mononucleosi è un’infezione virale contagiosa. È causata dal virus di Epstein-Barr, che appartiene alla famiglia dei virus erpetici. Si tratta di una malattia benigna che negli adulti viene spesso scambiata per una forma simil influenzale.

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La riscossa di Filippa Lagerbäck:  da valletta muta di Fazio ai baci in bocca

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Angelina Jolie, cappello e maglione lungo: shopping al mercatino con i figli

La diva a Pasadena insieme ai figli: acquisti al mercatino per i bambini e look casual

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Auto, i consigli per l’inverno  I trucchi per guidare sicuri sulla neve

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Vasco 2018, il tour è ufficiale: ecco le date e dove comprare i biglietti

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Mourinho si scontra con i giocatori del City nello spogliatoio dopo il ko e scoppia una lite furiosa

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Katie Holmes con i capelli corti, la figlia Suri Cruise con i fiocchi rossi: mamma e figlia mano nella mano

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Cecilia Rodriguez e Ignazio Moser, l’amore è social

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L’antifascismo è un valore non soltanto per la sinistra

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Luci, sogni, viscere: Times Square,  la piazza dove  le tre New York  si intrecciano

Ha vissuto anni di degrado, una rinascita pop. Ma nemmeno gli attacchi l’hanno fermata: come raccontava EB White, nel ‘49

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«Salvano la vita, ma usiamoli bene» Il vademecum per gli antibiotici

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Cellulari in classe,  il divieto in Francia E l’Italia ci ripensa 

La ministra Fedeli ritiene sorpassato il divieto imposto da Fioroni e ha messo in piedi un tavolo di lavoro per fissare le linee guida per l’uso didattico dei dispositivi personali in classe. «Il digitale deve diventare il principale alleato di una scuola di qualità»

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Masaccio, la musica della «Crocifissione» (e altre 9 opere «reinterpretate»)  Guarda le immagini

Dieci personalità internazionali sono state chiamate a reinterpretare in chiave originale la collezione del museo di Capodimonte a Napoli, nell’ambito della mostra «Carta Bianca». Tra di loro, Riccardo Muti, che si concentra su Masaccio. Su «la Lettura» #315, in edicola da domenica 10 a sabato 16 dicembre, il compositore spiega a STEFANO BUCCI le ragioni della sua scelta. Qui, alcune delle opere al centro dell’esposizione

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Il viaggio nella musica di Ezio Bosso e quella stretta di mano con Iannacone

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Mutuo o affitto, cosa conviene?  Vince chi acquista. I conti in  sei città

Anche se i prezzi dovessero scendere del 10%, comprare un trilocale a Milano da qui a otto anni varrebbe un guadagno. A parità di quotazioni la plusvalenza sarebbe di 62 mila euro

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Gelicidio, verglas e pioggia gelata I fenomeni atmosferici del freddo

In alcune zone d’Italia si sono create le condizioni per il manifestarsi del gelicidio. Con cadute sui marciapiedi, slittamenti di autoveicoli e chiusure delle strade. Di cosa si tratta esattamente?

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Ti senti maschio, femmina o «altro»?Polemiche per il questionario alla scuola elementare

Ricerca promossa dal Sistema sanitario nazionale sui bimbi di 10 anni. I genitori protestano mentre la Chiesa anglicana ha autorizzato nelle scuole l’uso di un «dress code» libero con la possibilità di indossare tacchi e tutù anche per i maschi

Netflix, 8 curiosità che (forse) non sapete

Netflix, 8 curiosità che (forse) non sapete

Nato come servizio per il noleggio dvd negli Usa, oggi è un colosso dell’innovazione. Ecco qualche meccanismo su come la piattaforma di streaming lavora per migliorare sempre di più

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«Cara Franci, è dura»: il ricordo di Francesca Del Rosso nelle parole del marito, «Continui a vivermi dentro»

Un anno fa scompariva Francesca Del Rosso, per tutti era «Wondy». Il marito Alessandro Milan le scrive una lettera in cui ripercorre questo anno appena passato e le confida: «È dura, ma ora so come si fa»

«Zecchino d’Oro», per i 60 anni una gara di nostalgia senza troppi sforzi

«Zecchino d’Oro», per i 60 anni una gara di nostalgia senza troppi sforzi

Tumori del sangue, ecco le novità che fanno ben sperare

Tumori del sangue, ecco le novità che fanno ben sperare

Dalle CAR-T per chi ha una neoplasia in fase avanzata ad anticorpi monoclonali e piccole molecole contro le patologie acute e aggressive. Elevata efficacia e ridotta tossicità, ma gli over 65 (i due terzi dei malati) sono ancora esclusi dalle sperimentazioni

Smettere di fumare grazie (anche) a un test sul sangue

Smettere di fumare grazie (anche) a un test sul sangue

Abbandonare la sigaretta non è facile: ecco perché si cercano nuove soluzioni che aiutino nella disassuefazione. E intanto si fa strada l’idea della «riduzione del danno» con le sigarette senza fumo

La collana «Grandangolo» in edicola A lezione dall’eretico Dante

La collana «Grandangolo» in edicola A lezione dall’eretico Dante

L’Alighieri è stato un modello per autori come Foscolo, Primo Levi, Pasolini, Montale In vendita la seconda uscita della biblioteca dedicata ai grandi della letteratura - I maestri della poesia e della narrativa in trentacinque monografie di Jessica Chia

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B-52s have once again been called into action in Afghanistan. A New York Times correspondent flew on one.
Big Jump in Million-Dollar Pay Packages for Private College Leaders
An annual survey showed that 58 presidents of private colleges earned more than $1 million, while the average pay package rose 9 percent.
An Unexpected New Stop on the Road to Broadway: Edmonton
Smaller and out-of-the-way theaters are increasingly presenting musicals angling for the big time. For the creators of “Hadestown,” the path veered way north.
From Princess to General: How Many Times Can Leia Save the Galaxy?
She’s one of the most powerful figures in her galaxy — and one of the most iconic characters in our galaxy. A brief history of Leia Organa.
How to Clean Up Your Holiday Messes
Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.
Economic View: Why Trying New Things Is So Hard to Do
Most people make relatively few personal experiments, in both small and big things. The cost of passivity is enormous.
Golden Globes Briefing: ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Big Little Lies’ Lead Golden Globe Nominations
“The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama “The Post” had six.
Me Time: $75 for Three Minutes at Minus 230 Degrees? Sure, We’ll Try It
Our columnist dons ear warmers, a surgical mask and giant wool mittens and gets into a cryotherapy chamber.
Nonfiction: The Hand of the Comic Artist
Manohla Dargis reviews two new books that examine the aesthetics and the business of comics, from Superman to R. Crumb.
Review: ‘A Room in India’ Overflows With Astonishing Visions
Théâtre du Soleil brings a huge, dizzy epic of all the world’s ills (and theatrical styles) to the Park Avenue Armory.
On Baseball: Tommy John Would Love a Plaque to Accompany All of His Fame
Best known for the elbow surgery that is named after him, John now awaits the results of a vote on Sunday that could get him in the door at Cooperstown.
The New Health Care: People Don’t Take Their Pills. Only One Thing Seems to Help.
High-tech approaches and “reminder” packaging don’t work well. Reducing prices does.
Video of Starving Polar Bear ‘Rips Your Heart Out of Your Chest’
A team of conservationists documented the plight of an emaciated polar bear in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Now some wonder what can be done to save them.
Trilobites: Tracking Dolphins With Algorithms You Might Find on Facebook
Scientists leveraged machine learning techniques to sift through recordings of dolphin clicks, which could help with monitoring the health of the sea mammals.
The Checkup: Treating Anxiety in Children
Which child needs psychotherapy or medication: the parent-clinger, the dog-fearer or the school-avoider?
The Adopted Black Baby, and the White One Who Replaced Her
Amid the simmering racial tensions of the time, a family in Illinois made a wrenching decision that sent a black girl and a white girl on diverging paths.
He’s 22. She’s 81. Their Friendship Is Melting Hearts.
The two met on the Words With Friends app, and photos of their in-person meeting delighted thousands of people on social media.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump, Israel and the Art of the Giveaway
I’ve never seen a president give up so much to so many for so little.
Where Silicon Valley Is Going to Get in Touch With Its Soul
The Esalen Institute, a storied hippie hotel in Big Sur, Calif., has reopened with a mission to help technologists who discover that “inside they’re hurting.”

World

The Washington Post World section provides information and analysis of breaking world news stories. In addition to our world news and video, Post World News offers discussions and blogs on major international news and economic issues.
An American inmate sawed his way out of a hellish Indonesian prison
Prison officials say Chrishan Beasley sawed through steel bars, shimmied down a rope and might have used a ladder to scale a wall of the notorious facility. The 32-year-old Californian was arrested for a drug offense this summer.
Who supports Trump on Jerusalem? Europe's anti-Islam politicians.
International leaders from Czech Republic, Austria and the Netherlands voiced support. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he expects more nations to follow America’s lead.
Saudi Arabia will allow cinemas to open for the first time in decades
The announcement is part of a broader government push to relax some social restrictions under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the strictly conservative kingdom.
A daredevil died doing pullups off a skyscraper in China
Wu Yongning had amassed a large social media following in China for his adventures in “rooftopping,” or climbing tall buildings without safety gear.
Can Kim Jong Un control the weather? North Korea’s state-run media says so.
The Korean Central News Agency is known for making claims about its leaders that vary from mild exaggeration to “Chronicles of Narnia.”
Hezbollah rally attracts thousands as Trump’s Jerusalem fallout continues
Protesters chanted, “Death to America, death to Israel,” during a march in Beirut.
To control crowds in Kashmir, police fired pellets. Now this 16-year-old will never see fully again.
Faisal was one of hundreds injured in what a U.N. representative called ‘the first mass blinding in human history.’
Who supports Trump on Jerusalem? Europe's anti-Islam politicians.
Benjamin Netanyahu said he expects more nations to follow America's lead.
A daredevil died doing pullups off a skyscraper in China
Wu Yongning had amassed a large social media following in China for his adventures in “rooftopping,” or climbing tall buildings without safety gear.
Can Kim Jong Un control the weather? North Korea’s state-run media says so.
The Korean Central News Agency is known for making claims about its leaders that vary from mild exaggeration to “Chronicles of Narnia.”
Who supports Trump on Jerusalem? Europe's anti-Islam politicians.
Benjamin Netanyahu said he expects more nations to follow America's lead.
Global destruction ‘is only one impulsive tantrum away,’ antinuclear group’s leader says
Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, warns that we're one tantrum away from apocalypse. “Tell us what you think about the current president of the United States — the man in charge of the nuclear football, the man with the launch codes — and his temperament,” an Al Jazeera reporter asked Fihn in an interview. “I think it's a very dangerous situation,” Fihn responded.
On visit to Syria, Putin lauds victory over ISIS and announces withdrawals
The Russian president said Moscow’s naval and air bases in Syria would keep operating.
Global destruction ‘is only one impulsive tantrum away,’ antinuclear group’s leader says
Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, warns that we're one tantrum away from apocalypse. “Tell us what you think about the current president of the United States — the man in charge of the nuclear football, the man with the launch codes — and his temperament,” an Al Jazeera reporter asked Fihn in an interview. “I think it's a very dangerous situation,” Fihn responded.
Saudi Arabia says it will allow movie theaters for the first time in decades
The opening of cinemas is part of a broader government push to relax social restrictions.
An American inmate sawed his way out of a hellish Indonesian prison
The Californian, locked up over a drug offense, might have sawed through bars, shimmied down a rope and used a ladder to scale a wall.
Once a mighty political force, the Pakistan People’s Party is struggling to make a comeback
On its 50th anniversary, the party looks to a young leader for an unlikely resurgence.
What you can learn from watching North Korean soap operas
Television in North Korea offers a different window into the Hermit Kingdom.
The many casualties of Trump's Jerusalem move
Trump has helped kill a number of the myths that supported a failed peace process.
Venezuela’s ruling party wins landslide victory in mayoral elections, Maduro says
Vote gives the president strength ahead of next year’s race, in which he is expected to run.
For Trump adviser at center of Russia probe, a rapid rise and dramatic fall in his ancestral land
Before his guilty plea, George Papadopoulos found a close ally in the pro-Russian Greek defense minister.
Microbes by the ton: Officials see weapons threat as North Korea gains biotech expertise
North Korea was once regarded as too backward to make biological weapons. No longer.
Trump’s foreign policy driven by campaign vows, instinct and unconventional thinking
To some critics, the president’s approach to sensitive international issues appears to “serve his political purposes, not the nation’s interests.”
Corsican nationalists win local vote, as another corner of Europe seeks its own path
Movement leaders say that for now, they want autonomy from France, not independence.
Lebanese security forces clash with protesters near U.S. Embassy in Beirut
Trump’s decision last week to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital has set off rage in the region.
Amid criticism, Mexico is on track to strengthen military’s role in fighting crime
Many Mexicans worry a new law will lead to political or human rights abuses.
Emmanuel Macron speaks to the world. But what about the French?
As the French president prepares to lead a major climate summit, critics say he has remained silent on contentious cultural issues at home.
Amnesty accuses EU of complicity in Libya migrant abuse
European Union countries are complicit in the abuse of migrants held in Libya, Amnesty International said in a report released Tuesday that accused the EU of turning a blind eye to allegedly brutal tactics of the Libyan coast guard and dangerous detention facilities.
Israel intercepts Gaza rocket, retaliates with tank fire
The Israeli military said it intercepted a rocket launched at Israel from the Gaza Strip late Monday, a few hours after Israel bombed Hamas military positions in retaliation for rocket fire earlier in the evening.
France names winners of anti-Trump climate change grants
Eighteen climate scientists from the U.S. and elsewhere hit the jackpot Monday as French President Emmanuel Macron awarded them millions of euros in grants to relocate to France for the rest of Donald Trump’s presidential term.
AP: Rohingya methodically raped by Myanmar’s armed forces
The soldiers arrived, as they often did, long after sunset.
US stocks close modestly higher; S&P 500, Dow hit new highs
Technology companies led U.S. stocks modestly higher Monday, driving the market to another set of milestones.
Mexico City arrests man over building collapse’s in quake
Mexico City prosecutors say they have arrested a man who signed off on an apparently faulty construction project that collapsed in the magnitude 7.1 earthquake of Sept. 19 and killed two women.

The Guardian

Latest international news, sport and comment from the Guardian
EU could 'scrap refugee quota scheme'

European council president Donald Tusk to tell EU summit that mandatory quotas have been ‘divisive and ineffective’

The EU could scrap a divisive scheme that compels member states to accept quotas of refugees, one of the bloc’s most senior leaders will say this week.

The president of the European council, Donald Tusk, will tell EU leaders at a summit on Thursday that mandatory quotas have been divisive and ineffective, in a clear sign that he is ready to abandon the policy that has created bitter splits across the continent.

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Manhattan subway explosion 'was attempted terrorist attack', says mayor
  • Four total injuries reported in blast on subway near Port Authority
  • 27-year-old Akayed Ullah named by police as suspect

A 27-year-old man was in custody on Monday after allegedly detonating an explosive device in a New York City subway station during the morning commute.

The suspect, Akayed Ullah, was one of four people injured in the explosion, which occurred at about 7.20am in a passageway near 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, in midtown Manhattan near Times Square, New York City police said.

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Vladimir Putin makes triumphant visit to Syria airbase

President Assad tells Russian leader Syrian people will never forget Russia’s help in driving Islamic State from country

Vladimir Putin has declared mission accomplished for Russian forces in the fight against Islamic State in Syria, as he made a surprise visit to the Russian airbase in the country.

“Friends, the motherland is waiting for you,” Putin told the Russian air force detachment based at the Khmeimim airbase during his visit on Monday morning. “You are coming back home with victory.”

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Astronomers to check interstellar body for signs of alien technology

Green Bank telescope in West Virginia will listen for radio signals from ‘Oumuamua, an object from another solar system

Astronomers are to use one of the world’s largest telescopes to check a mysterious object that is speeding through the solar system for signs of alien technology.

The Green Bank telescope in West Virginia will listen for radio signals being broadcast from a cigar-shaped body which was first spotted in the solar system in October. The body arrived from interstellar space and reached a peak speed of 196,000 mph as it swept past the sun.

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Europe tells Netanyahu it rejects Trump's Jerusalem move

Israeli PM had asked EU member states to recognise city as capital of Israel, and to back US peace initiative

European foreign ministers have strongly rejected calls by Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, for them to follow Donald Trump’s example and recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Opposition from across the European spectrum came as Netanyahu made the first official trip to the EU by a sitting Israeli premier in 22 years.

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Excitement as trial shows Huntington's drug could slow progress of disease

Hailed as ‘enormously significant’, results in groundbreaking trial are first time a drug has been shown to suppress effects of Huntington’s genetic mutation

A landmark trial for Huntington’s disease has announced positive results, suggesting that an experimental drug could become the first to slow the progression of the devastating genetic illness.

The results have been hailed as “enormously significant” because it is the first time any drug has been shown to suppress the effects of the Huntington’s mutation that causes irreversible damage to the brain. Current treatments only help with symptoms, rather than slowing the disease’s progression.

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David Davis seeks to close Brexit border rift with Ireland

Brexit secretary says ‘statement of intent’ term was meant to show first-stage deal was more than just a legal agreement

David Davis has sought to close a potential Brexit rift with Ireland over his claim that the first-stage deal agreed last week was a statement of intent.

The Brexit secretary said his use of words on Sunday was meant to convey that the deal was stronger than merely being legally enforceable.

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Scuffles break out as artworks removed from Catalan city's museum

Police clash with protesters in Lleida as 44 works of art at centre of dispute between Catalonia and region of Aragón are removed

Scuffles broke out between police and demonstrators after hundreds of people gathered outside a museum in the Catalan city of Lleida to protest against the removal of 44 works of art that have been at the centre of a long-running dispute between Catalonia and the neighbouring region of Aragón.

The pieces, which include paintings, alabaster reliefs and polychromatic wooden coffins, were sold to the Catalan government by the nuns of the Sijena convent, in Aragón, in the 1980s.

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California wildfires scorch area bigger than New York City and Boston

Thomas fire, the largest of six blazes burning in southern California, has destroyed almost 800 buildings and remains only 15% contained

California’s biggest wildfire continues to burn out of control, triggering fresh evacuations as firefighters battle a total of six blazes that collectively have scorched an area bigger than New York City and Boston combined.

The week-old Thomas fire in Ventura county had covered 230,500 acres by Monday, destroying almost 800 buildings and threatening Carpinteria, Summerland, Montecito and other coastal enclaves north of Los Angeles. It is the fifth-biggest wildfire in California’s modern history – and only 15% contained.

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UN warns tough North Korea sanctions risk hurting millions in need of aid

Human rights chief says international sanctions are complicating delivery of desperately needed humanitarian aid to estimated 18 million North Koreans

The UN rights chief told the security council on Monday that tough sanctions imposed on North Korea are complicating the delivery of desperately needed humanitarian aid and called for an assessment.

An estimated 18 million North Koreans, or 70% of the population, suffer from acute food shortages and aid agencies provide “literally a lifeline” for 13 million of them, said UN human rights commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein.

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Poppy is a disturbing internet meme seen by millions. Can she become a pop sensation?

The character played by 22-year-old Moriah Pereira is a childlike, robotic-sounding woman with friends who include a basil plant. Now she’s trying to become the first pop megastar to be born on YouTube

I’m Poppy,” says Poppy, often. In one of her hundreds of videos on YouTube, she repeats those two words in her childlike monotone for 10 minutes. This has been viewed more than 12.6m times.

Poppy has about 300 videos on her channel, which have received a combined 235m views, increasing by 250,000 a day; YouTube says her subscribers have grown 260% in the past year. Her videos are the sort you stumble upon while following links blindly down an online rabbit hole: portals to a pastel-washed parallel universe populated by platinum-blond Poppy and her fellow characters – a basil plant and a mannequin called Charlotte.

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Justin Bieber and Katy Perry rally in support of bullied boy Keaton Jones

Emotional video in which Keaton describes how he is tormented at school has had more than 22m views since Friday

A Tennessee boy has been inundated with support from celebrities on social media after a video of him tearfully recounting being bullied at school went viral.

Keaton Jones’s mother, Kimberly, posted the minute-long clip of her son apparently sheltering from bullies inside her car on her personal Facebook page on Friday. She wrote that she had filmed Keaton at his request “after he had me pick him up again because he was afraid to go to lunch”.

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Missed the bitcoin boom? Five more baffling cryptocurrencies to blow your savings on

Regretting not spending a few hundred quid on bitcoin five years ago? Get ahead of the speculators by spending thousands of dollars on a imaginary cat or the Paris Hilton-backed LydianCoin

If you are worried you’ve missed out on making millions by betting on bitcoin, don’t worry: there will be plenty more bizarre, borderline-incomprehensible digital bubbles in the future, and their value is only going to go up (until it all comes crashing down, that is). Here are five assets each competing to be the next bitcoin.

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Writhing in linguine is fine, Emily Ratajkowski, if that’s your thing – but it’s not feminist
The model took part in a fashion video where she danced around while rubbing pasta on her oiled body, drawing criticism from some quarters. Our style expert, in her weekly column, says not everything needs to have an ideological underpinning

I see there’s been controversy about Emily Ratajkowski. What is this about? Samantha, by email

Here’s what I think about Emily Ratajkowski: I think we should all think a lot less about Emily Ratajkowski. For those who think so little about her to the point they don’t even know who she is, allow me to catch you up. Ratajkowski is, well, I guess one would call her a model, but it’s a little more complicated than that. She is best known for appearing in the video for Robin Thicke’s once ubiquitous and now totally forgotten 2013 song, Blurred Lines, and since then she has done some acting but primarily made a career out of looking sexy. And sure, why not? You live your life, Emily.

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An alleged sexual predator, Republican civil war and Steve Bannon: what's at stake in Alabama?

The election to replace Jeff Sessions in the Senate has turned into a bitter fight between Democrats, establishment Republicans and the party’s populist wing

On Tuesday, Alabamians will go to the polls to decide which is the lesser evil, an accused child molester or a Democrat. In recent polls, the accused child molester is favored.

The surprise is that a Democrat even has a chance in a deep red state that Donald Trump won by a landslide in the 2016 presidential race. The concept that a Republican might be vulnerable is almost as unusual as the white-flecked fields of rural Alabama in December, where snow mixed with leftover cotton bolls to produce an Arctic landscape in the Bible Belt.

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Eurythmics: how we made Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)

‘We put a cow in the video, to signify reality. It peed everywhere’

Annie and I went to Australia with the Tourists, but the band broke up and we ended up sat in a hotel in Wagga Wagga. I had a little black and yellow Wasp synthesiser and was making didgeridoo sounds. When Annie started singing along, we thought: “Maybe we could make weird and experimental electronic music?”

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Return of the rhythm method – how natural contraception went digital
An app which allows women to use their phones to employ the fertility awareness method is becoming hugely popular. What does that mean for other contraceptives?

It’s a contraceptive your great-grandmother would probably recognise, only these days it has to, of course, involve an app. The rhythm method, more commonly known now as the fertility awareness method, appears to be making a small comeback, at least if you go by the number of users of the Natural Cycles app. Among British users, it has gone from 5,000 to 125,000 – although NHS figures don’t show an increase, reporting that over the past five years, a steady 1% of women in England have used natural family planning as their main contraceptive.

Natural Cycles, which costs £39.99 a year, was developed by particle physicist Elina Berglund, who previously worked at Cern. “Around the same time as we discovered the Higgs particle,” she says casually, “I stopped using hormonal contraception because I knew I wanted to have children in a few years and I wanted to give my body a break from hormones. I developed [Natural Cycles] from my own need for a reliable contraceptive method.”

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The Smurfette Principle: why can’t Hollywood accept gender equality?

As Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and It show, the problematic trope of token girls in all-male gangs endures

It has been a good year for women in cinema in many ways, with a high count of quality female-made and female-led movies, and the removal of an echelon of sexual predators from the industry. But by some metrics, there’s still a way to go. In particular, the Smurfette Principle. The phrase was coined back in 1991 by US writer Katha Pollitt, who bemoaned the number of films and TV programmes that featured a group with one lone female. Not just The Smurfs but also The Muppets, Winnie The Pooh, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and so forth. “The message is clear,” she wrote, “... boys are central, girls peripheral.”

Related: Wonder Woman review – glass ceiling still intact as Gal Gadot reduced to weaponised Smurfette

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Champions League: tie-by-tie analysis of the last-16 games | Nick Miller

Chelsea renew their rivalry with Barcelona, City get lucky, Liverpool and United should both progress, while Spurs aim to create more history

First leg 13 February Second leg 7 March

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United and City dispute the blame for Manchester derby tunnel bust-up
• Both clubs have until 6pm on Wednesday to provide an account of the fracas
• Clubs dispute roles played by Romelu Lukaku and Vincent Kompany

Manchester United and Manchester City are at loggerheads regarding the scuffle in the Old Trafford tunnel on Sunday night, with the Football Association expected to receive contrasting accounts of the incident from the clubs.

United and City have until 6pm on Wednesday to provide the FA with their versions of a fracas that involved up to 20 players and staff from the clubs in the aftermath of the 2-1 win Pep Guardiola’s side achieved against José Mourinho’s team. Each club believe the other to be culpable for the incident. The FA can request CCTV footage from United should this exist and the governing body believes this will help clarify what happened. While the City coach Mikel Arteta was left with blood on his face, the cause of the injury remains unknown.

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Philadelphia Eagles confirm Carson Wentz is done for season with torn ACL
  • Eagles confirm Wentz tore ACL and will miss rest of season and playoffs
  • MVP favorite suffered injury during Sunday’s thrilling win over LA Rams
  • Back-up Nick Foles will take over for Eagles, who have NFL’s best record

Eagles star quarterback Carson Wentz has a torn left ACL and will miss rest of the season and playoffs, coach Doug Pederson confirmed.

Wentz, a favorite in the NFL MVP race, had an MRI on Monday that revealed the severity of the injury. Wentz was hurt late in the third quarter Sunday at Los Angeles. Backup Nick Foles rallied the Eagles (11-2) to a 43-35 win over the Rams that secured the NFC East title and put them in first place in the conference with three games remaining.

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Alivereti Raka grabs hat-trick as Clermont Auvergne maul Saracens
• Pool Two: Saracens 14-46 Clermont Auvergne
• French side leapfrog Saracens to go top of pool

Perhaps Saracens will wish the doors stayed closed after all. The European champions have swept all before them on the continent in recent years but this was a record thrashing at the hands of Clermont, irate that this contest was not played on Sunday, every bit as resounding as the scoreline suggests.

Alivereti Raka scored three of their six tries and was near untouchable on the left wing, Morgan Parra imperious at scrum-half and Fritz Lee a colossus despite his yellow card. But Saracens simply could not shake the snow off the roof. Defensively they were dreadful, missing a staggering 37 tackles and they played nothing like a side who were unbeaten in their previous 20 European matches – a run that dates back to the 2015 semi-final defeat by Clermont.

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The women boxers of Gleason's Gym – a photo essay

Gleason’s Gym has been around since 1937 and is the oldest working gym in the US. Many of the world’s famous boxers, including Jake LaMotta, Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson, have trained at the New York gym. Gleason’s are currently training six world champions and for the first time in the gym’s history they are all women. Tim Knox paid a visit to photograph some of the boxers and find out about their motivation

In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30s at the time, went into partnership with Ira Becker, the second owner of Gleason’s gym. Ira was in his 70s.

Silverglade says: “I came from an age where elders were to be respected. I had a great deal of respect for Ira and basically left the main decisions up to him. During this time, there was a lot of filming at the gym and a lot of the women on the crews wanted to try boxing training. More and more women were asking and Ira refused to allow the women to train.”

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Dennis Rodman asks Trump for formal role as North Korea envoy

Ban on US passport holders travelling to Pyongyang stops former basketball star from making sixth trip

Dennis Rodman, the American basketball star turned freelance diplomat , has urged Donald Trump to sign him up as a peace envoy to North Korea after his latest foray into Kim Jong-un’s hermit kingdom was scuppered by a travel ban preventing US citizens from visiting.

During an interview in Beijing, from where Rodman had hoped to fly to Pyongyang for his sixth trip there, the former NBA star said US officials had discouraged him from doing so amid continuing tensions between the countries. “Basically they said it’s not a good time right now,” he said.

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The prospect of a Roy Moore victory should make your stomach churn with fear | Paul Mason

Despite allegations of sexual abuse and hard-right views, Moore is supported by the Republican establishment – the cumulative radicalisation of the American right is fully under way

At what point does corporate America start disinvesting in the Republican party? Not any time soon seems to be the answer. Having rushed a tax bill through the Senate that will deliver tens of billions in tax cuts to rich people and corporations, why should it bother the average business owner if the Republicans want to put an Islamophobe into the Senate to represent Alabama?

Roy Moore, who is expected to win Tuesday’s special election, hit the headlines after several women came forward to allege that he had sexually assaulted them in the 1970s while they were in their teens. Moore denies this, saying the accusations are a conspiracy by “lesbians, gays, bisexuals and socialists” – a claim made from the pulpit of an evangelical church. He has refused to debate with his Democratic party opponent on the grounds that he has supported transgender rights. After the allegations surfaced, 37% of white evangelical voters in the state said it made them more likely to support Moore.

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Mass starvation is humanity’s fate if we keep flogging the land to death | George Monbiot
The Earth cannot accommodate our need and greed for food. We must change our diet before it’s too late

Brexit; the crushing of democracy by billionaires; the next financial crash; a rogue US president: none of them keeps me awake at night. This is not because I don’t care – I care very much. It’s only because I have a bigger question on my mind. Where is all the food going to come from?

By the middle of this century there will be two or three billion more people on Earth. Any one of the issues I am about to list could help precipitate mass starvation. And this is before you consider how they might interact.

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Facebook Messenger for six-year-olds: need I say why that's a bad idea? | Nancy Jo Sales

Experts agree that excessive screen time is already a health hazard for children. Yet the tech giant wants to target them at an even younger age

Letting six- to 12-year-olds use Messenger Kids, Facebook’s new app targeting young children, is a terrible idea, and not necessarily because of concerns over online safety.

Facebook went to great lengths in rolling out the app to assure parents that its latest shiny object was developed “with parents” and “parenting experts” to keep kids “safe.” This was even used as a rationale for developing the app, as Facebook said in a blog post on the day of the launch, the alleged “need” for a messaging app for young children that gives parents a “level of control”.

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Forget Italian pizza-twirling – what about Britain’s ‘intangible cultural heritage’? | Nigel Kendall
Not even morris dancing makes it on to Unesco’s list of intangible cultural treasures from around the world. So here are my top six contenders

The news that Unesco has recognised the pizza-twirling that goes on in Naples as an “intangible cultural heritage” sent us back first to the source for more riveting info, then on to the full list of intangible treasures from around the world, where we discovered to our dismay that there’s not a single one from the UK. Not even for morris dancing. Time, then, for six suggestions for consideration.

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We know polluting cars are killing us. So why do we put up with it? | Abi Wilkinson

The evidence of the damage air pollution does is undisputed. We should come to see car journeys as a last resort

If petrol and diesel vehicles were invented today, what possible justification would there be for allowing unchecked ownership? Knowing all we do about the damage wrought by burning fossil fuels – both to our immediate health and to the long-term viability of our habitat – it would seem an act of obscene, destructive decadence. The idea of driving a monstrous, tank-like 4x4 a distance you could easily walk or cycle, and then sitting outside a school (a school!) with the engine still running, guzzling petrol and burping out poison into the surrounding air, would be seen as actively malevolent.

Related: The car has a chokehold on Britain. It’s time to free ourselves | George Monbiot

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Saudi Arabia to lift 35-year ban on cinemas

Move forms part of social reforms by the crown prince that are shaking up the ultra-conservative kingdom

Saudi Arabia is to allow cinemas to open for the first time in 35 years as it continues a push to overhaul its society and image after decades of hardline rule.

The first movie theatres will be opened by March and it is intended that up to 2,000 screens will be in place within 12 years.

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Argentina criticised for banning NGOs from conference over social media posts

President Macri under fire for revoking accreditations for World Trade Organisation conference over ‘calls for violence’, a charge those affected deny

Argentina’s centre-right president Mauricio Macri has come under heavy criticism for banning representatives of 26 international NGOs from attending a World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial conference in Buenos Aires because of their postings on social media.

The Argentinian government revoked accreditation for around 60 people, and over the weekend deported two delegates who attempted to the enter the country for the biennial meeting. The activists represented 20 different groups, including Friends of the Earth International and Global Justice Now.

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Game that tune: Apple snaps up Shazam for reported $400m

Price tag would be less than half the $1bn music identifying app was last valued at when it tapped investors in 2015

Apple has bought Shazam, a London-based app that allows smartphone users to identify music, for a reported $400m (£300m).

The US company, which revolutionised music with the introduction of the the iPod and iPhone, said Shazam was a natural fit for its Apple Music streaming service.

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Hundreds take part in rare protest in Beijing over migrant crackdown

Demonstrators condemn evictions and demolitions carried out by authorities which have seen thousands lose their homes

Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of the Chinese capital to pillory Beijing’s crackdown on migrant communities with chants of “violent evictions violate human rights”.

Demonstrators gathered on the streets of Feijia village, about 12 miles northeast of Tiananmen Square, on Sunday for the small but rare rally condemning the eviction and demolition campaign.

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Grenfell labelled a 'national atrocity' as lawyers begin giving evidence

Public inquiry hears from lawyers representing survivors and victims’ families for first time as Met officers consider multiple criminal offences

The Grenfell Tower fire was a “national atrocity” and warnings given in advance were ignored, a lawyer representing many of the bereaved has told the tragedy’s public inquiry.

Almost six months after the inferno reduced the high rise flats to a charred skeleton, lawyers representing survivors and relatives of the victims have for the first time begun giving evidence.

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Sandy Hook families post video on how to spot signs of potential mass shooting

Nonprofit founded by some of the family members of victims release video with message that it’s possible to see signs of a potential act of violence ahead of time

When 20 children and six educators were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, people across the US said: “Never again.”

Related: Five years on, Sandy Hook families recall gun horror – but is anyone listening in Washington?

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UK bad weather shuts schools, cuts power and disrupts travel

At least 2,700 schools closed, thousands of homes without power and dozens of flights cancelled after snow and high winds

Snow and ice have continued to cause widespread disruptions across the UK, with dozens of rail services and flights cancelled and thousands of schools closed.

Temperatures are expected to fall as low as -15C on Monday night, having dropped to -12C in some places on Sunday, the coldest day for seven years.

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Rahul Gandhi elected leader of India's Congress party

Past few months have seen scion of Nehru-Gandhi family working on presenting himself as serious challenger to PM Modi

Power has passed to a fourth generation of India’s most influential political dynasty after the election of Rahul Gandhi as the president of the Indian National Congress.

The scion of the Nehru-Gandhi family, which has produced three of India’s prime ministers, including its founding PM, Jawaharlal Nehru, and two who were assassinated in office, was announced as the new leader of India’s chief opposition party on Monday.

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In fear of deportation: five hours that can make or break a family's future

For Joe and Mei Chen, their appointment at the federal immigration agency, Ice, in New York would determine if they would be separated from their children

In late October, at a Dunkin’ Donuts in lower Manhattan, a crowd of 40 volunteers gathered around Joe and Mei Chen and their three children.

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How I, Tonya betrays its tragicomic ice-skating protagonist

Tonya Harding’s difficult life, filled with domestic violence and struggle, is played for laughs in an uneven biopic that never really scratches the surface

Long before Frozen, those of us who were American girls in the mid-90s lived and breathed a different icebound battle of good and evil. Every morning in the winter of seventh grade, I was hungry to read the newspaper for more details in the war between Nancy Kerrigan, America’s smooth-haired brunette sweetheart and her frizzier blonde nemesis, Tonya Harding.

Related: I, Tonya review – scattershot skating biopic offers flawed, foul-mouthed fun

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Battling a tide of sewage in Brazil: ‘For 17 days we lived with our feet under water’ | Ciro Barros and Iuri Barcelos

Residents near the world’s fourth largest hydroelectric power plant say the Belo Monte dam has made their houses prone to floods of waste water

A line on the wall of Carlos Alves Moraes’ house shows the highwater mark of the flood which hit his neighbourhood in August. Houses near the lagoon are built on stilts to protect against seasonal rains, but now, because of the dam, they are prone to flooding throughout the year, he says.

“We spent 17 days in August living here with our feet under water,” he says.

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Blue Planet II: can the show help with conservation?

The stunning nature programme has opened people’s eyes to the wonders of the ocean, but there have been calls for it to be much more forthright in defending it

Make no mistake: the honest premise of Blue Planet II is entertainment. And just as some of us go to zoos to be entertained by animals, we are encouraged by the notion that we are also educating ourselves.

Film and television are passive. And at their best: hypnotic. Sit in front of your screen, and the world’s oceans and their denizens wash past you. Coral reefs, benthic depths, coastal shallows: we travel through them all. But in the last episode of Blue Planet II, we are confronted with the terrible prospect: that magical world becoming a warmed up, acidified, plastic-clogged morass. It’s as if that’s the price we must pay for paradise. What we observe, we destroy.

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Ongals: meet the Korean clown babies baffling audiences of all ages

Mixing circus skills with finely honed comedy and bum jokes, these juggling, beatboxing man-toddlers are joyous – and more than a little menacing

My three-year-old son, Gregor, thinks farting is the funniest thing. He let one go while sat on my lap on the bus en route to the Ongals’ show and dissolved into giggles. My daughter, aged seven, is considerably more mature: she likes bums. When we arrived at Soho theatre, the first thing she noticed was the poster for Wild Bore, the performance art/theatre show deconstructing the art of criticism. Its poster features three naked female backsides, and Cora was transfixed by it. Why?, she wanted to know. How!? So I felt pretty pleased as we entered the auditorium for Babbling Comedy, a slapstick comedy from South Korea reportedly heavy on the farting and backsides gags. A surefire success, right?

Well, yes – and, I am happy to report, not primarily for bum-related reasons. OK, so on reviewing the show afterwards, both kids decided their favourite moment was when the pink big baby shoved a bicycle pump up the yellow big baby’s bottom and inflated the balloon sticking out of his mouth. But toilet humour is only a small component of what makes Babbling Comedy an endearing family show. It’s a circus-meets-slapstick hour, performed by grown men in candy-coloured romper-suits, non-verbal if you discount their frenetic gurgling and babbling. (“Ongali” is Korean for “goo goo gah gah”, apparently.) If you don’t like juggling, hold out for the beatboxing. There’s something here for everyone.

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No news, just snooze: Japan's paper deliverers enjoy press holiday

Country’s corporate culture is blamed for working people to death, but staff in one sector are rewarded with regular lie-ins

There is a good chance that Japan’s light sleepers have at times been stirred by the purr of an approaching moped, followed by the squeak of a brake and footsteps on the street.

The sounds punctuate the pre-dawn routine of the paper delivery worker, whose job it is to bring news, in strictly analogue form, to tens of millions of households.

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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

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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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Mario Batali taking leave from restaurant empire after claims of sexual misconduct

The celebrity chef said ‘I take full responsibility and am deeply sorry for any pain I have caused’ after at least four women reported incidents

The chef Mario Batali has surrendered oversight of daily operations at his restaurant empire following reports of sexual misconduct over a period of at least 20 years.

The online site Eater New York, part of Vox Media, reported on Monday that the incidents involve at least four women, three of whom worked for Batali. One of the women, none of whom were named in the story, said Batali groped her chest after wine had spilled on her shirt. Another said he grabbed her from behind and held her tightly against his body.

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Carla Bruni review – first lady of jazz-pop delivers stylish Christmas sermon

Union Chapel, London
Playing unusual covers of AC/DC, Depeche Mode and Willie Nelson alongside strong self-penned material, Bruni performs with poise and catwalk swagger

When Carla Bruni, the Italian-born, French-raised heiress and supermodel quit the catwalk to reinvent herself as a singer-songwriter 20 years ago, many thought it would be short-lived dilettantism. Yet Bruni surprised her detractors, showing herself to be a talented songwriter and a careful, nuanced singer whose jazzy chansons soon topped the French charts. She has continued to do so, even after the inevitable hiatus to her musical career caused by marrying Nicolas Sarkozy, and spending 2008-12 in the Élysée as France’s first lady.

She has spoken of suffering from crippling stage fright, but this still-gamine figure, fronting a four-piece, light-jazz band, exudes preternatural poise. Bruni moves with beatific grace, recalling Karl Lagerfeld’s praise of her as “this beautiful creature who can wear anything”; her husky whisper could be a parody of a breathy Gallic siren.

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Max Clifford obituary
Publicist involved in some of the most controversial exposés of the last 40 years

If ever there was an example of the old maxim that those who live by the sword ultimately perish by it, the publicist Max Clifford, who has died aged 74, exemplified it. For more than 40 years he represented and defended a string of famous and not-so famous clients and boasted of his professional and sexual prowess, not least in his 2005 autobiography, Read All About It.

Never reticent at self-publicity, Clifford was unrepentant about the stories he sold to the tabloids, both true and false – and the ones he claimed he had kept out of the papers on his clients’ behalf. He once boasted at the Oxford Union: “Every day, every week, every month, a lot of the lies that you see in the newspapers, in magazines, on television, on radio, are mine.”

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Jodie Foster: ‘I make movies to figure out who I am’

Directing a new Black Mirror film gives Jodie Foster the chance to look back at her own upbringing. The Hollywood titan talks to Tim Adams

Last week Charlie Brooker was recalling for me the moment he learned Jodie Foster would direct an episode of Black Mirror, his inspired series of one-off dramas about the ways our gadgets are colonising the idea of “human”. Brooker had written a script for the new series in which a neurotic single mother uses technology to spy on her young daughter and keep her safe from the world. The Netflix people suggested they tried the script out on the two-time Oscar-winning actor.

Brooker has had considerable global success with Black Mirror but still, the thought of working with Foster, “an actual icon”, made him come over, he says, “all British and starstruck”. He turned to his co-showrunner for the series, Annabel Jones. “We were like: ‘You’re kidding, right? You are going to try Jodie bloody Foster? Yeah right, of course you are.’”

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Anorexia is a mental illness. Treat it properly | Barbara Ellen

Averil Hart’s death has underlined how victims of food disorders aren’t treated with the respect they deserve

So much sadness attends the case of 19-year-old Averil Hart, who died from anorexia in 2012. It’s only now, finally, after a five-year wait, full of stalling, buck-passing and evasions, that her family has managed to get clear answers, and apologies, for how she came to be failed so comprehensively by an array of doctors, hospitals and specialist units.

As an “adult anorexic”, studying at university, Hart slipped through the net so many times, it could no longer even be described as a net – just a few broken strings flapping uselessly over an abyss. It comes as a small comfort to the Harts that since Averil’s death, and others like it, £150m has been invested in NHS eating disorder services, including introducing the first-ever eating disorder waiting time standards. However, it seems that changes need to go even beyond that; into wider society, where anorexia (I’m employing it as a blanket term for all food disorders) needs to be respected for what it is – a deadly psychiatric condition, where rejection of food is merely a symptom.

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Do you choose emotions over logic? Personality quiz | Ben Ambridge

Ben Ambridge reveals the link between acquiescence and life chances

Acquiescence – as in going along with something, even if you know it’s not right – is an important personality trait, so let’s measure the extent to which you acquiesce to your intuitions, even when you know they are clearly faulty, with a test based on the work of psychologist Jane L Risen. Answer yes or no to the following:

1. You have two bowls of sugar, and write “sugar” on one and “poison” on the other. Would you now avoid taking sugar from the “poison” bowl?

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Brain drain: our default responses to flu | Daniel Glaser

What goes on in the hypothalamus when we get a fever?

I’ve been laid up with flu and as I return to full cognitive function, I’ve been pondering the neuroscience. A fever’s tweak to your temperature regulation circuits triggers not only shivering, but also indirect loops. ‘Feeling’ cold can make you turn up the thermostat, grab blankets and take to your bed.

It’s not clear whether it’s the bug or your defences that are in control, but using your body as a laboratory, it’s fascinating to wait for the paracetamol to work. When it hits you suddenly start sweating and kick off the covers as your hypothalamus catches on to the actual temperature of your body.

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'Soul-crushing' video of starving polar bear exposes climate crisis, experts say

Footage from Canada’s Arctic shows emaciated animal seeking food in scene that left researchers ‘pushing through their tears’

Video footage captured in Canada’s Arctic has offered a devastating look at the impact climate change is having on polar bears in the region, showing an emaciated bear clinging to life as it scrounged for food on iceless land.

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Lives in limbo: Ai Weiwei on the plight of refugees across the globe - video

Exiled Chinese conceptual artist Ai Weiwei discusses the shocking plight of refugees worldwide. He travelled to 23 countries and interviewed more than  600 refugees for his new documentary, Human Flow, an uncompromising cine-essay on this 21st century crisis

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'Home is south London, mate': Sadiq Khan asked whether Pakistan felt like 'coming home' – video

The London mayor is visiting India and Pakistan on a trade mission, and crossed the border on foot. He was asked by a BBC reporter, Karl Mercer: 'Does it feel like coming home?' to which Khan swiftly replied: 'Home is south London, mate. But it’s good to be in Pakistan, it’s good to come from India, home of my parents and grandparents.' Khan was born and raised in Tooting; his parents are of Indian Muslim heritage and settled in Pakistan with his grandparents after the partition of India in 1947, before moving to London in 1968

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Lyon's festival of lights – in pictures

Lyon’s Fête des Lumières is the world’s largest visual arts festival. It takes place every year around 8 December for four nights. The festival attracts millions of visitors from all over the world to see the visual creations by artists. This year there are 76 installations

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Snowy scenes and winter swimming: Monday's best photos

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world, including protests in Catalonia and fierce wildfires in California

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi world premiere – in pictures

From R2D2 to the Praetorian Guard, Mark Hamill to Daisy Ridley, everyone turned out for the premiere of The Last Jedi in Los Angeles

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Nightscapes in a ghost town – in pictures

When French artist Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy learned how to use digital image manipulation, he decided to mix reality and perception by creating a city made entirely of facades. “The facade [of a building] is the first thing we see and it could tell us everything and nothing at the same time – it is just a question of imagination,” he says. “I like to wander through the city at night and when something tempts my eyes I take a picture.” Gaudrillot-Roy, who lives in Lyon and has been working on the project since 2009, adds: “I choose a building when it evokes something in me and causes me to interrogate myself. So it is not really a conscious choice, but more about a feeling.”

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The 20 photographs of the week

Protests in Ramallah, wildfires in California and Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh – the week’s biggest news stories captured by the world’s best photojournalists

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The week in wildlife – in pictures

Amazon river dolphins, a foraging raccoon and a snow-covered swan lake are among this week’s pick of images from the natural world

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Charbon, pétrole, gaz : les trois plaies du climat continuent de prospérer
Près de 4 000 invités sont conviés mardi au « One Planet Summit » voulu par la France afin de remobiliser la communauté internationale pour lutter contre le réchauffement.
Ce que l’on sait de la « tentative d’attentat terroriste » à New York
Trois personnes ont été blessées par l’explosion d’une bombe artisanale lundi matin à Manhattan dans un couloir souterrain du métro. Le suspect a été arrêté.
Les youtubeuses bien seules face aux harceleurs
Propos sexistes, insultes, menaces…, les vidéastes sont exposées, sur Internet et hors ligne, à un harcèlement violent, souvent banalisé. Témoignages.
Xavier Bertrand, président de la région Hauts-de-France, quitte « définitivement » Les Républicains
Au lendemain de la victoire de Laurent Wauquiez à la tête des Républicains, Xavier Bertrand a annoncé son départ du parti, lundi, sur France 2.
Ligue des champions : le PSG face au Real Madrid, la promesse du sublime
Le PSG a hérité du pire tirage possible avec le Real Madrid en huitième de finale de la Ligue des champions. « Un peu d’optimisme, c’est possible ? », réclame Thomas Meunier.
Intempéries en Europe : vols annulés, transports bloqués et foyers privés d’électricité
Cinquante mille foyers restent sans électricité en France, essentiellement dans le Nord et dans le Pas-de-Calais. Sept départements sont encore placés en vigilance orange.
Harcèlement à Radio France : trente ans d’omerta sur le cas Patrice Bertin
Au moins quatre femmes accusent l’ancien journaliste vedette de France Inter de harcèlement sexuel et de tentative de viol.
Donald Trump veut renvoyer des astronautes américains sur la Lune
Le président américain souhaite que la NASA établisse une base pour une mission vers Mars.
Ukraine : l’opposant Mikheïl Saakachvili libéré
L’ancien président géorgien est accusé d’avoir voulu fomenter un coup d’Etat contre le président ukrainien, Petro Porochenko.
Sept nominations aux Golden Globes pour le film « La Forme de l’eau » de Guillermo del Toro
Les récompenses seront remises le 7 janvier, dans un contexte marqué par la révélation de nombreux scandales sexuels à Hollywood.
Plusieurs plaintes déposées contre Robert Ménard pour une campagne d’affichage du maire de Béziers
Des affiches en faveur du TGV à Béziers ont choqué par leur caractère violent à l’égard des femmes.
Syrie : Poutine s’arroge la « victoire » sur l’EI et amorce un retrait des troupes russes
Le chef du Kremlin a fait une escale surprise en Syrie, lundi, pour mettre son empreinte sur les succès militaires contre l’organisation Etat islamique.
Le Medef refuse de modifier ses statuts, écartant la candidature du patron de Michelin
L’organisation patronale a refusé d’interpréter ou de modifier ses statuts pour permettre la candidature de Jean-Dominique Sénard, empêché par son âge.
Pourquoi les rythmes scolaires font toujours débat
Quatre ou quatre jours et demi ? Le maire de Besançon (Doubs) a ouvert la question au vote dimanche. Une majorité s’est déclarée favorable au retour aux quatre jours.
« Au Mexique, les journalistes sont terrorisés »
Pour David Kaye, le rapporteur spécial de l’ONU sur la liberté d’expression, les moyens alloués aux instances de protection sont insuffisants.
Mise en examen pour complicité dans l’enquête sur les policiers tués à Magnanville
Le suspect est proche de Larossi Abballa, auteur de l’attaque, et déjà suspecté pour les bonbonnes de gaz retrouvées devant Notre-Dame de Paris.
L’interdiction du téléphone portable à l’école, une mesure difficilement applicable
Le ministre de l’éducation compte renforcer dès la rentrée 2018 l’interdiction des portables, sans en préciser les modalités.
Les greniers des synagogues, des trésors archéologiques
En Alsace, le grenier d’une ancienne synagogue a livré des milliers de documents, témoignage rare d’une communauté juive rurale typique du judaïsme alsacien.
Lait infantile contaminé : après la France, d’autres pays retirent de la vente des produits Lactalis
Le groupe laitier Lactalis, mis en cause pour des cas de salmonellose chez des nourrissons, a annoncé avoir identifié « une cause probable » de cette contamination.
A Saint-Lô, les premiers vélos électriques à hydrogène en France
Livrées par la PME basque Pragma, les premières bicyclettes à hydrogène seront utilisées à Saint-Lô par des employés de l’hôpital et d’une entreprise, puis aux touristes.
L’écrivain Claude Simon, Prix Nobel en 1985, serait-il publié en 2017 ?
Deux écrivains ont voulu le savoir en envoyant certaines de ses pages à des éditeurs.

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Treffen in Ankara: Putin und Erdogan kritisieren US-Entscheidung zu Jerusalem
Recep Tayyip Erdogan hat die USA dafür kritisiert, Jerusalem als Israels Hauptstadt anzuerkennen. Wladimir Putin pflichtet ihm bei: Er wirft dem US-Präsidenten vor, den Friedensprozess im Nahen Osten zu durchkreuzen.
Trump scheitert vor Gericht: Transgender dürfen im US-Militär dienen
Donald Trump wollte Transgender aus dem US-Militär verbannen. Sein Vorhaben scheiterte nun: Eine Richterin entschied, dass sie sich ab dem 1. Januar verpflichten dürfen.
Anschlag in New York: Bombe explodierte nicht vollständig
Der Anschlag in New York hätte womöglich noch mehr Opfer fordern können. Ein Überwachungsvideo hat den Vorfall dokumentiert.
Auftrag an die Nasa: Trump plant neue Mission zum Mond - und zum Mars
Nach 45 Jahren soll wieder ein Mensch auf den Mond: US-Präsident Trump erteilt der Nasa einen entsprechenden Auftrag. Auch zum Mars soll es einen bemannten Flug geben.
Trotz Einigung mit Brüssel: May stellt Brexit-Zahlung wieder infrage
Vor wenigen Tagen verkündeten Großbritannien und die EU eine Einigung über die Scheidungskosten nach dem Brexit. Jetzt erklärt Premierministerin Theresa May: Zahlen werde man nur unter einer Bedingung.
Werbeverbot für Schwangerschaftsabbrüche: SPD sucht Mehrheit gegen Paragraf 219a
"Der Paragraf 219a passt nicht mehr in die Zeit": Die SPD will das Werbeverbot für Schwangerschaftsabbrüche kippen - gemeinsam mit Grünen, Linken und der FDP. In der Union dürften das viele als unfreundlichen Akt werten.
Belästigungsvorwürfe gegen Trump: Wir klagen an
Mehrere Frauen werfen US-Präsident Trump sexuelle Belästigung vor. Drei von ihnen haben nun im Fernsehen ausführlich über ihre Fälle gesprochen.
Wetterkapriolen: Der Schnee geht, das Hochwasser kommt
Schnee und Glätte sorgen in vielen Teilen Europas für massive Verkehrsprobleme. In Deutschland droht nach dem Schneechaos nun Hochwasser. Wo es wie nass wird - der Überblick.
Hauptstadt-Streit: EU lehnt Netanyahus Jerusalem-Forderung ab
Folgt die EU den USA und erkennt Jerusalem als Israels Hauptstadt an? Benjamin Netanyahu fordert das, doch aus Brüssel kommt ein klares Nein: "Er kann seine Erwartungen an andere richten."
Diesel-Privilegien: Verkehrsminister "verwundert" über VW-Forderung
VW-Chef Michael Müller hat sich für die Abschaffung von Diesel-Privilegien ausgesprochen. Ausgerechnet VW? Das Verkehrsministerium zeigt sich erstaunt.
Golden Globes 2018: Fatih-Akin-Film "Aus dem Nichts" nominiert
Bald eine große Ehre? Der Spielfilm "Aus dem Nichts" von Fatih Akin ist nominiert als bester fremdsprachiger Film bei den Golden Globes. Der Film mit den meisten Gewinnchancen ist "The Shape of Water".
Nach Explosion in New York: Täter soll sich zur Terrormiliz IS bekannt haben
In New York hat es eine Explosion gegeben, laut Feuerwehr gibt es mehrere Verletzte. Ein 27-jähriger Mann wurde festgenommen, der Bürgermeister spricht von Terror.
Drittes Quartal: Türkei verzeichnet elf Prozent Wirtschaftswachstum
Die türkische Wirtschaft wächst seit Jahren rasant - und ungebremst. Im dritten Quartal legte das Wachstum so stark zu wie seit sechs Jahren nicht mehr. Ökonomen sehen darin allerdings Gefahren.
Rechtliche Klärung: Landgericht bringt Mietpreisbremse vor Verfassungsgericht
Das Berliner Landgericht hält die Mietpreisbremse für verfassungswidrig - und hat nun einen passenden Fall gefunden, um die höchsten Richter in Karlsruhe darüber entscheiden zu lassen.
Champions-League-Auslosung: FC Bayern trifft im Achtelfinale auf Besiktas
Glückliches Los für den FC Bayern: Das einzig verbliebene deutsche Team in der Champions League spielt im Achtelfinale gegen Besiktas Istanbul. Mit Real Madrid und Paris Saint-Germain treffen zwei Top-Favoriten aufeinander.
Quiz: Wie kommt man gesund durch den Winter?
Neben dem Tröten der Weihnachtsmusik begleitet die Winterzeit immer auch ein Konzert aus Husten, Schniefen und Gähnen. Wie aber entgeht man der Erkältungswelle? Dem Winterblues? Oder dem Fresskoma?
Treffen mit Assad: Putin ordnet Teilabzug aus Syrien an
Wladimir Putin hat in Syrien bei einem Überraschungsbesuch Präsident Baschar al-Assad getroffen. Der Kreml-Chef kündigte dabei den Teilabzug der russischen Armee aus dem Krisenstaat an.
Brüssel: Netanyahu fordert von EU Anerkennung Jerusalems als Hauptstadt
Bei einem Treffen mit europäischen Außenministern macht Israels Premier Netanyahu in der Jerusalem-Frage Druck: Europa solle die Realitäten akzeptieren. Doch die EU sperrt sich, zumindest mehrheitlich.
Studie zur Stimmung in Deutschland: Gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt ist gut - aber gefährdet
Die Mehrheit der Deutschen schätzt den gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt im eigenen Umfeld als gut ein, zeigt eine Studie. Der Blick aufs gesamte Land dagegen ist skeptisch - und es gibt große regionale Unterschiede.
Atomkonflikt: USA, Südkorea und Japan testen gemeinsam Abwehr von Raketen
Raketen sollen geortet, beobachtet und ihre Daten ausgetauscht werden: Wegen des Konflikts mit Pjöngjang beginnen Südkorea, Japan und die USA mit weiteren Militärübungen.
Lohnentwicklung: Sechs von zehn Arbeitnehmern fühlen sich gerecht bezahlt
Es ist eine Mehrheit, aber sie schrumpft: 61 Prozent der Arbeitnehmer in Deutschland sind laut einer Studie mit ihrem Lohn zufrieden - weniger als früher. Bei einer Gruppe überwiegt gar der Unmut.
Machtkampf in Venezuela: Maduro schließt Opposition von Präsidentenwahl 2018 aus
Venezuelas wichtigste Oppositionsparteien kritisierten die Kommunalwahlen als zu wenig transparent - und boykottierten die Abstimmung. Staatschef Maduro nutzt das als Vorwand für eine weitere Eskalation.
Wintereinbruch: Chaos auf Deutschlands Straßen
Schnee, Matsch und Glatteis: Der Wintereinbruch in Deutschland hat zu zahlreichen Unfällen geführt. Die meisten gingen glimpflich aus, aber es gab auch Tote und Verletzte.
363 Tage im Jahr: Offshore-Windparks liefern (fast) immer Strom
Windparks auf dem Meer liefern zuverlässiger Strom als früher - laut einer Studie an 363 Tagen im Jahr. Die Branche fordert einen massiven Ausbau, Naturschützer warnen vor einer Nordsee als Industriepark.
Berichte über Einflussnahme aus Peking: China wirft Australien Rassismus und Paranoia vor
Versucht China, Einfluss auf die australische Politik zu nehmen? Das legten zuletzt Medienberichte nahe. Nun reagiert die Volksrepublik - und beschwert sich über Vorurteile und latenten Rassismus.
Sipri-Studie: Waffenverkäufe nehmen weltweit wieder zu
Fünf Jahre lang gingen die Waffenverkäufe weltweit zurück. Doch militärische Konflikte sorgen für eine Trendwende. Davon profitieren vor allem Rüstungsriesen in den USA - aber auch deutsche Konzerne.
"Vereinigte Staaten von Europa": Gabriel verteidigt Schulz-Vorstoß
Bis 2025 will Martin Schulz die Vereinigten Staaten von Europa gründen - ein Vorschlag, der ihm viel Kritik eingebracht hat. Unterstützung bekommt er nun von Sigmar Gabriel.
Uno-Botschafterin der USA: Trump-Anklägerinnen sollten gehört werden
Mehrere Frauen werfen Donald Trump sexuelle Belästigung vor. Aus der US-Regierung heißt es dazu stets: alles Lügen, Thema abgehakt. Andere Worte fand nun die Uno-Botschafterin des Landes, Nikki Haley.
Frankreich: Republikaner wählen Hardliner Wauquiez zum Parteichef
Frankreichs Republikaner rücken weiter nach rechts: Die konservative Oppositionspartei hat Laurent Wauquiez klar zum neuen Parteichef gewählt. Der jubelt: "Die Rechte ist zurück."
 
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