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Em Recife, Ciro faz novo apelo ao PC do B
O pré-candidato do PDT à Presidência, Ciro Gomes, tomou café da manhã nesta terça-feira (17) em Recife com a cúpula do PC do B. No encontro, agendado a pedido de Ciro, o pedetista fez um apelo para que o PC do B o apoie já no primeiro turno.

Segundo participantes, Ciro se apresentou como candidato mais competitivo no campo da esquerda, duvidando do poder de transferência de votos do ex-presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva para um nome indicado por ele dentro do PT. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 13h15)
O VAR diminui o fator casa?
Um dos principais destaques da Copa do Mundo não foi um craque ou um técnico, mas uma tecnologia: o VAR, ou árbitro de vídeo. Com base em diversas câmeras que captam cada detalhe do jogo, árbitros auxiliares ajudam o árbitro principal a tomar decisões sobre lances polêmicos, como pênaltis ou cartões vermelhos.  Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 13h06)
Polícia Federal faz operação contra roubo de carga em seis estados
A Polícia Federal deflagrou, na manhã desta terça-feira (17), uma operação em seis estados contra suspeitos de furto e receptação de carga e caminhões no Nordeste e no Sudeste.  Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h59)
Em recado a Trump, Obama critica 'valentões' e reclama de 'política do medo'
Em discurso na África do Sul nesta terça (17) para comemorar o centenário de Nelson Mandela, o ex-presidente americano Barack Obama atacou as políticas de seu sucessor, Donald Trump, e fez uma defesa da democracia, dos direitos humanos e da tolerância.  Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h34)
'Bomba' de lava fere 23 em barco turístico no Havaí
Um fluxo de lava do vulcão Kilauea atingiu um barco turístico que estava no mar na Big Island, no Havaí nesta segunda-feira (16), ferindo 23 pessoas, segundo a Defesa Civil.  Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h29)
Modelos são transformados em obras de arte para festival de pintura corporal
A Áustria encerrou no fim de semana seu 21º Festival Mundial de Bodypainting (pintura corporal). Durante o evento, realizado na cidade de Klagenfurt, artistas pintaram os corpos de modelos, criando resultados espetaculares. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h28)
Espanha removerá ossada de general fascista de catedral em Sevilha
A ossada de um dos generais mais sanguinários da história moderna espanhola, Gonzalo Queipo de Llano (1875-1951), deve ser removida de uma capela em Sevilha e levada para outro sepulcro, deixando o lugar de destaque que tem hoje no templo. A decisão foi anunciada na terça-feira (17) e pode ser cumprida até o Natal, em meio a todo um debate social sobre a memória histórica. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h24)
Baixa umidade continua em SP; veja como aliviar sintomas do tempo seco
?A sequência de dias com baixa umidade relativa do ar pela qual São Paulo passa, comum para essa época do ano, deve continuar pelas próximas semanas. Já são 34 dias sem chuva na capital paulista, segundo o CGE (Centro de Gerenciamento de Emergências, da prefeitura). Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h11)
Grupo de doutores quer mudar regra que obriga bolsista do governo a voltar ao Brasil: 'Não é fuga de cérebros'
Pedro (nome fictício) fez doutorado na França, onde recebeu uma proposta de emprego. Foi obrigado a recusar a oferta para retornar ao Brasil e cumprir o período de "interstício", que se refere à temporada de permanência obrigatória de ex-bolsistas no país após a conclusão dos estudos no exterior. Está desempregado. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h02)
'É mais fácil reconhecer a verdade para os outros do que para nós mesmos'
Da próxima vez em que você ficar paralisado diante de uma decisão, é só pensar no conselho que você daria a um amigo diante do mesmo dilema. Parece uma solução simples que não tem a menor chance de dar certo, mas funciona. É o que afirmam os autores Chip Heath e Dan Heath em "Gente que Resolve". Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 12h01)
Judiciário foi induzido a erro, diz gestão Crivella
A Prefeitura do Rio de Janeiro afirmou em nota nesta terça-feira (17) que o Judiciário foi "induzido a erro" ao aceitar a ação civil pública contra o prefeito Marcelo Crivella (PRB) por supostamente ter ferido a laicidade do Estado. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 11h58)
Tribunal de São Paulo declara perda de cargo de juiz condenado em 2002
O presidente do Tribunal de Justiça de São Paulo, Manoel Calças, declarou a perda de cargo dos juízes de direito Marcos Antonio Tavares e Fernando Sebastião Gomes, em virtude de condenação penal. Os atos publicados nesta terça-feira (17) no Diário da Justiça Eletrônico referem-se a casos antigos em que a perda de cargo é prevista [...] ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 11h54)
PF prende dois suspeitos de clonagem de celulares de ministros
A Polícia Federal prendeu na manhã desta terça-feira (17) dois homens suspeitos de participação na clonagem de telefones celulares para aplicar golpes financeiros. Alguns dos alvos da quadrilha, conforme a Folha informou em março, foram três ministros do governo Temer: Eliseu Padilha (Casa Civil), Carlos Marun (Secretaria de Governo) e Osmar Terra (Desenvolvimento Social). Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 11h54)
Para Netflix, indicações ao Emmy coroam 'variedade' da plataforma
Ted Sarandos, diretor de conteúdo da Netflix, afirmou que o melhor das 112 indicações ao Prêmio Emmy, anunciadas há cinco dias, é que foram para "40 programas diferentes, o que dá ideia da variedade de coisas que estamos fazendo, comédias, dramas, talk shows, tudo". Pela primeira vez, a plataforma superou a HBO em indicações. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 11h52)
Ortega lança ofensiva contra reduto da oposição na Nicarágua
Policiais e paramilitares lançaram na manhã desta terça (17) uma grande ofensiva contra a cidade de Masaya, na Nicarágua, principal bastião da onda de protestos contra o regime do presidente Daniel Ortega. Não há notícias de mortos e feridos. Leia mais (07/17/2018 - 11h51)

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Tesouro pagou em junho R$ 531,44 milhões em dívidas do Rio
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Sánchez propone votar un nuevo Estatuto para resolver la crisis en Cataluña
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Entre 1.500 y 2.000 personas armadas, entre ellas militares, policías y fuerzas de choque leales al presidente, asedian la ciudad de Masaya
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Chiara, la cena «contaminata» e i dubbi sul banchetto  di nozze nello stesso locale I genitori: morte non sia vana

Chiara, la cena «contaminata» e   i dubbi sul banchetto   di nozze nello stesso locale I genitori:  morte non  sia vana

La 24enne era gravemente allergica: nel locale la conoscevano e lei si sentiva al sicuro, ora si indaga sulla festa di nozze tenutasi nello stesso agriturismo quella sera

Migranti, donna alla deriva da 48 ore recuperata in vita da una Ong spagnola

Migranti, donna alla deriva da 48 ore recuperata in vita da una Ong spagnola

La sopravvissuta era aggrappata ai resti di un gommone, accanto a lei un’altra donna e un bimbo privi di vita. Accuse al governo italiano da Proactiva: «Libici assassini arruolati dal governo italiano»

Il patrimonio di Bezos oltre  i 150 miliardi: è il più ricco  della storia (moderna) Top 10 

Il patrimonio di Bezos  oltre  i 150 miliardi: è il più ricco  della storia (moderna) Top 10 

Quale miglior modo per festeggiare il Prime Day? Secondo Bloomberg il Ceo di Amazon stamattina ha battuto un altro record. Nessuno più ricco di lui almeno dal 1982

«In comunità gli abusi. Mi costrinse a prendere il Viagra» È bufera su don Zanotti

«In comunità gli abusi. Mi costrinse a prendere  il Viagra» È bufera su don Zanotti

Bergamo, accuse al fondatore della comunità «Oasi 7». I filmini e le foto hard sono già stati depositati in Vaticano e alla Procura di Roma, insieme a una denuncia per violenza sessuale

Cracco e lo scontrino esagerato, tutti contro  il consumatore: «Ha fatto bene, vai altrove»

Cracco e lo scontrino esagerato, tutti contro  il consumatore: «Ha fatto bene, vai altrove»

Il web contro il cliente che si lamenta di aver speso 41 euro per tre spremute e due bottigliette d’acqua: «Ha fatto bene a spennarti, dovevi lasciare la mancia»

Recapitata ad Adachiara Zevi una lettera di minacce: dentro un’immagine di Hitler

Recapitata ad Adachiara Zevi una lettera di minacce: dentro  un’immagine di Hitler

È stata recapitata il 12 luglio nella sede dell’associazione culturale Arte in memoria, presieduta dalla figlia di Tullia Zevi, che ha presentato denuncia ai carabinieri: «Mi duole molto il fatto di non averla conosciuta nei miei campi di concentramento»

Roma, 31 arresti nel clan Casamonica Il giudice: «Metodo mafioso»  Il blitz grazie alle parole dei pentiti

Roma, 31 arresti nel clan Casamonica Il giudice: «Metodo mafioso»  Il blitz grazie alle parole dei pentiti

Sono 55 i capi d’imputazione per reati che vanno dall’usura all’estorsione, dall’intestazione fittizia di beni allo spaccio, tutto all’interno di una associazione che si regge sulla «paura che tale cognome genera nella popolazione romana»

Mini tsunami a Maiorca, il catamarano in balia del moto ondoso, urla a bordo

Mini tsunami a Maiorca, il catamarano in balia del moto ondoso, urla a bordo

Un uomo è sul gommone legato all’imbarcazione e rischia di essere travolto. E’ accaduto nel porto di Alcudia

Quattro Ristoranti, il video del ristoratore di Padova stroncato in tv: «Io massacrato di critiche»

Quattro Ristoranti, il video del ristoratore di Padova stroncato in tv: «Io massacrato di critiche»

«Quattro ristoranti» è il programma sotto accusa

Il ponte mobile si alza, donna in bici non riesce a frenare e rischia di essere risucchiata

Il ponte mobile  si alza, donna in bici non riesce a frenare  e rischia di essere risucchiata

La 37 enne è rimasta ferita nel Wisconsin

Vittorio Sgarbi sul salvagente in piscina tutto vestito, poi si distrae e cade: «Potevo morire»

Vittorio Sgarbi sul salvagente in piscina tutto vestito, poi si distrae e cade: «Potevo morire»

Il critico d’arte ha postato sui social il video della goffa caduta (causa distrazione) nella piscina durante una festa. Il particolare che colpisce è che Sgarbi era completamente vestito

Lotta impari contro il bagaglio in aereo. Poi arriva la hostess... ed ecco il consiglio che dà

Lotta impari contro il bagaglio in aereo. Poi arriva la hostess... ed ecco il consiglio che dà

Tutti ridono a bordo, poi arriva l’assistente di volo

Coccodrilli, la strage in Papua occidentale: uomo «vendicato» nella riserva. 292 animali uccisi

Coccodrilli, la strage in Papua occidentale: uomo «vendicato» nella riserva. 292 animali uccisi

La folla inferocita in un villaggio della Papua occidentale

Putin: zero interferenze nel voto Usa Trump gli crede e scarica l’Fbi

Putin: zero interferenze nel voto Usa Trump gli crede e scarica l’Fbi

Insorge il Congresso. A Washington l’inchiesta si allarga a «un’infiltrata dei russi» alle presidenziali

Paola: «La mia bellezza? Corre sulla gamba che non c’è»  Buone Notizie oggi è gratis 

Paola: «La mia bellezza? Corre sulla gamba che non c’è»  Buone Notizie oggi è gratis 

Modella e influencer Paola Antonini ha perso la gamba in un brutto incidente. A 24 anni è felice e dice «Anche sul web sta crescendo la cultura delle differenze»

Pd contro Salvini per  il volo di Stato a Mosca  Ma è andato in economy

Pd contro Salvini per  il volo di Stato a Mosca  Ma è andato in economy

Duro attacco dei dem contro il ministro, andato in Russia per la finale dei Mondiali. Ma c’è il biglietto che il leghista ha fatto per il viaggio andata e ritorno con un volo di linea

Pasquale: il 16enne delle giovanili Inter lotta per la vita dopo un incidente

Pasquale: il 16enne delle giovanili Inter lotta per la vita dopo un incidente

Il giovane era a bordo di una moto con un amico sabato notte: si sono schiantati contro un'auto parcheggiata. Pasquale ha riportato un trauma cranico con emorragia cerebrale. I messaggi di Inter e Milan

Accordo Enav, cancellato sciopero dei controllori di volo del 21 luglio

Accordo Enav, cancellato  sciopero dei controllori di volo del 21 luglio

Rinnovata la parte economica del contratto, previste nuove assunzioni entro il 2019

Droga, botte  e abusi su Sara Tommasi: assolto il suo ex agente

Droga, botte  e abusi su Sara Tommasi: assolto il suo ex agente

La procura aveva chiesto per lui 8 anni di reclusione, per aver approfittato delle condizioni di «inferiorità psichica» della showgirl. Ma per il Tribunale «il fatto non sussiste»

A Roma bus senza pedana, la madre disabile resta a terra: «Vergogna»

A Roma bus senza pedana, la madre disabile resta a terra:   «Vergogna»

Su Twitter lo sfogo di Erasmo Catavolo: «Neanche il giorno del Disability Pride 2018 si riesce ad evitare che mia madre rimanga alla fermata vedendo il 913 ripartire perché non c’è la pedana per disabili.

Ancona: anziana trovata morta in casa con ferite alla gola

Ancona: anziana trovata morta in casa con ferite alla gola

La vittima è una donna di 85 anni, a trovarla il marito 90enne al rientro dalla spesa. La casa era sottosopra. Indagano i carabinieri

Rinviato a giudizio  l’ex presidente  della Camera Fini

Rinviato a giudizio  l’ex presidente  della Camera Fini

A processo in novembre anche la compagna, il suocero, il cognato e Francesco Corallo. La difesa: «Dimostreremo l’estraneità» dell’ex presidente della Camera

Lega, i pm: condannate Bossi a 1 anno e 10 mesi per la truffa dei rimborsi elettorali

Lega, i pm: condannate Bossi a 1 anno e 10 mesi per la truffa dei rimborsi elettorali

Le richieste della procura generale sono più basse rispetto alla condanna di primo grado a causa della prescrizione di una parte dei fatti contestati, relativi all’anno 2008

Sammy Basso si laurea in Scienze naturali a Padova con 110 e lode

Sammy Basso si laurea in Scienze naturali a Padova con 110 e lode

Il giovane affetto da progeria ha discusso una tesi in Scienze Naturali con indirizzo Biologico Molecolare: era stato in Erasmus a Oviedo, in Spagna

«Noi genitori grazie ai test»:  599 bimbi nati  con la diagnosi preimpianto

«Noi genitori grazie ai test»:  599 bimbi nati  con la diagnosi preimpianto

Le storie delle coppie che hanno messo al mondo un figlio grazie alle tecniche che permettono di individuare malattie genetiche e cromosomiche. Per la prima volta i dati in Parlamento sulla legge del 2004: i centri che eseguono le indagini sono solo 35 e c’è molta differenza tra regioni

La modella rapita: «Per salvarmi  ho dovuto farlo innamorare» Foto

La modella rapita: «Per salvarmi  ho dovuto farlo innamorare» Foto

La ventunenne, sequestrata da Lukasz Herba l’11 luglio 2017, ha raccontato alla Bbc il suo terrore quando il polacco la minacciò di metterla all’asta sul deep web. Poi però le fece delle avances: «A quel punto ho pensato: è la mia occasione»

La Cassazione e lo stupro. «Violentata dopo essersi ubriacata»: due condanne, ma senza aggravante

La Cassazione e lo stupro. «Violentata dopo essersi ubriacata»: due condanne, ma senza aggravante

Sentenza della Cassazione, critiche da Pd e Fi. La penalista: corretto, non la fecero bere

Garrett e il necrologio a 5 anni: «Siate allegri, rinascerò gorilla»

Garrett e il necrologio a 5 anni: «Siate allegri, rinascerò gorilla»

Garrett Mattthias ha chiesto che il suo funerale fosse una «festa» piena di giochi e di super eroi. E che le sue ceneri siano deposte sopra un albero, per rinascere gorilla

Anita, il bassotto eroe che corre  a chiamare aiuto per la padrona

Anita, il bassotto eroe che  corre  a chiamare aiuto per la padrona

Il fatto è accaduto lunedì scorso ad Arcore. La proprietaria è stata investita alle spalle da una vettura fuori controllo e ha riportato due fratture. La cagnolina è tornata verso casa e ha abbaiato fino ad attirare l’attenzione della cognata

Le indagini di una madre sulla morte del figlio: «Glielo dovevo»

Le indagini di una madre sulla morte del figlio: «Glielo dovevo»

Adele Chiello Tusa si è battuta contro l’archiviazione delle indagini sul 7 maggio 2013 in cui la nave Jolly Nero travolse la torre di controllo e uccise suo figlio e altri otto

Lavoro, Di Maio: «Bonus per stabilizzare i contratti a tempo»

Lavoro, Di Maio: «Bonus per stabilizzare i contratti a tempo»

Boccia (Confindustria): «La causale è un errore». Da martedì il Decreto dignità verrà esaminato nelle Commissioni lavoro e finanze della Camera

Boldrini e i suoi hater 1 anno dopo querele, processi: ecco com’è andata

Boldrini e i suoi hater 1 anno dopo querele, processi: ecco com’è andata

«Questa non è una battaglia che faccio per me ma in nome e per conto di tutti quelli che non hanno la forza e la capacità di difendersi» dice l’ex presidente della Camera che ha sporto diverse decine di denunce per combattere il fenomeno degli haters di cui è stata vittima anche da parte di figure rappresentanti delle Istituzioni come Matteo Camiciottoli, il primo cittadino di Pontivrea

Maltempo, l’estate va in pausa: nubifragi e trombe d’aria e temperature in calo Video|Meteo

Maltempo, l’estate va  in pausa: nubifragi e trombe d’aria e temperature in calo Video|Meteo

Nubifragio a Roma, un albero caduto sulla garitta del Quirinale: illeso il carabiniere all’interno. Piante sradicate, tegole via dai tetti, allagamenti e 10mila famiglie al buio in provincia di Mantova. Record di pioggia nel Parmense. Ma da martedì torna il sole

Il manager Disney e la cronista del tg  La corsa al cda Rai (dal blog M5S)

Il manager Disney e la cronista del tg  La corsa al cda Rai (dal blog M5S)

Telegiornali e reti, il piano del governo «gialloverde» per rinnovare la tv pubblica

Rai in bilico: 13mila dipendenti, tanti tg e poco traffico web

Rai in bilico:  13mila dipendenti, tanti tg e poco traffico web

Debito pubblico, obiettivo CinaLa strategia di Tria per i Btpe contro il pressing di Lega e M5S

Debito pubblico, obiettivo CinaLa strategia di Tria per i Btpe contro il pressing di Lega e M5S

La ricerca di nuovi finanziatori dopo la fine del Qe. Tria ha intrecciato relazioni utili in Cina da quando era un economista universitario, e le mantiene.

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Cerca di bruciare un negozio e poi  si dà fuoco: è in  fin di vita  Foto

Dopo varie liti con il suo ex coinquilino, il 27enne egiziano è entrato nella macelleria islamica dell’uomo con una tanica di benzina e ha minacciato di dare fuoco al locale, poi ha cercato di fuggire. Ustionati lievemente due agenti che lo hanno soccorso

Vercelli, uccide  la madre adottiva per i soldi  del videopoker

Vercelli, uccide  la madre adottiva  per i soldi  del  videopoker

Caleb Ndong Merlo, fondatore dell’associazione «Valori dimenticati», sarebbe affetto da ludopatia: di fronte al no della mamma, Paola Merlo, l’avrebbe ammazzata

Ricerca sulla Sindone di Torino: «Almeno metà delle macchie  di sangue sono false»|Foto

Ricerca sulla Sindone di Torino: «Almeno metà delle macchie  di sangue sono false»|Foto

Solo alcune sarebbero compatibili con la posizione di un uomo crocifisso: lo dimostrerebbe un esperimento condotto con nuove tecniche

«Ho ucciso io Sabrina». Lite  e coltellate sotto l’effetto della coca

«Ho ucciso io  Sabrina». Lite  e coltellate sotto l’effetto della coca

Pesaro, confessa il killer. Tracce di droga nell’appartamento

Il mistero della chiave scomparsa L’India in ansia per il suo tesoro

Il mistero della chiave scomparsa L’India in ansia per il suo tesoro

Perduto l’accesso al caveau di un tempio hindu dove sono conservati ori e argenti

Nicaragua, agguato a un vescovo La preoccupazione del Papa Foto

Nicaragua, agguato a un vescovo La preoccupazione del Papa Foto

Monsignor Mata attaccato dalle bande vicine al regime

Lecco, trova un pitone bianco di due metri davanti alla porta Foto

Lecco, trova un pitone bianco di due metri davanti alla porta  Foto

I pompieri sono intervenuti nel pomeriggio di lunedì in una palazzina in via Belvedere. Il rettile è stato preso in consegna da un veterinario, chiamato ad accertarne le condizioni e la provenienza

Tocca una pianta tossica e rimane ustionato al volto Piante velenose

Tocca una pianta tossica e rimane ustionato al volto Piante  velenose

Un ragazzo di 17 ha subito gravi lesioni dopo il contatto con la Panace di Mantegazza, L’arbusto può causare ustioni, infiammazioni e cecità ed è molto diffuso anche in Italia

Il premier Conte: «Impegnarsi contro spionaggio digitale» Il video

Il premier Conte:  «Impegnarsi contro spionaggio digitale» Il video

Il presidente del Consiglio alla cerimonia del giuramento del comparto intelligence

Milano, sms e telefonate alla guida: arriva una raffica di multe, 400 al mese

Milano, sms e telefonate alla guida: arriva una raffica di multe, 400 al mese

Il numero dei verbali è in aumento grazie ai vigili in moto. Sono stati 2.700 l’anno scorso. Sono già 1.725 quelli staccati nel primo semestre 2018

Massacrano 292 coccodrilli per  vendicare l'amico sbranato Video

Massacrano 292 coccodrilli per  vendicare l'amico sbranato Video

Presa d'assalto un'area protetta nella Papua occidentale dopo che un abitante era stato attaccato e ucciso da uno dei rettili sotto tutela. Indagini in corso sull'accaduto

Foro Traiano, da 20 anni la Ronda della Solidarietà: pasti caldi e assistenza

Foro Traiano, da 20 anni la Ronda della Solidarietà: pasti caldi e assistenza

La mensa mobile è organizzata da un’associazione che due volte alla settimana per tutto l’anno assicura cibo caldo per almeno cento persone

Ecco come Snoopy è diventato la mascotte della Nasa - Fotostoria

Ecco come Snoopy è diventato la mascotte della Nasa - Fotostoria

La collaborazione fra l’agenzia governativa Usa e i Peanuts, iniziata oltre 50 anni fa, ha raggiunto una nuova fase, con lo scopo di suscitare passione per l’esplorazione spaziale e le materie tecnico-scientifiche tra gli studenti

Milano, «via Gola cancelli quella scritta ignobile contro la polizia» La strada dello spaccio: foto

Milano, «via Gola cancelli quella scritta ignobile contro la polizia» La strada dello spaccio: foto

Ma che segnale diamo alla città? Dobbiamo difenderci dalla polizia? Il messaggio è potenzialmente molto, molto pericoloso…

Prime Day Amazon 2018: 15 cose che NON dovevate comprare (secondo noi)

Prime Day Amazon 2018: 15 cose che NON dovevate comprare (secondo noi)

Gonfiabili a forma di unicorno, microfoni luminosi, smartwatch deludenti. Una ragionata selezione delle offerte da cui scappare

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Vincenzo Sofo, chi è il leghista italiano che sta con Marion Le Pen

Trentadue anni, fondatore del laboratorio "Il talebano", leghista dal 2009: chi è l'esponente del Carroccio di cui si è innamorata la nipote della leader del Front Nacional

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Sky, Dazn, Mediaset: ecco come vedere la serie A in televisione

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Parma, serie A a rischio: chiesti dalla procura Figc 2 punti di penalità

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Gli alimenti che peggiorano l’infiammazione (e quelli invece antinfiammatori)

Il cibo, e i suoi nutrienti, possono dare un contributo significativo alla regolazione dei processi pro-infiammatori, quelli che portano all’insorgenza di malattie come l’ictus o il diabete, la malattia cardiaca e l’Alzheimer. Per governare questi processi è bene orientare l’alimentazione verso una dieta ricca di cibi antinfiammatori e con un consumo ridotto di cibi pro-infiammatori

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Milan, spunta l’idea Morata (per rimandare l’arrivo di Leonardo?)

Il disegno di Fassone e Mirabelli è chiaro. Provare a persuadere Elliott a rinviare l’arrivo di Leonardo avendo già impostato trattative di mercato

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In Lamborghini sui fiordi norvegesi

L’intera gamma di bolidi impegnata lungo 700 chilometri di percorso tra mare e montagne. Senza risparmiarsi sui tratti sterrati

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Amalfi, gigantesca tromba d’aria sfiora un’imbarcazione

Sfiora un'imbarcazione, tanta paura ma nessun danno

Elle Macpherson ha un nuovo amore È Wakefield, il «padre» dei no-vax

Elle Macpherson ha un nuovo amore È Wakefield, il «padre» dei no-vax

La modella e il medico inglese (radiato a vita) fotografati in atteggiamenti intimi a Miami. Lui è autore della pubblicazione falsa sulla correlazione tra vaccini e autismo

«Fire paan»: cos’è l'involtino flambé indiano diventato virale sul web

«Fire paan»: cos’è l'involtino flambé indiano diventato virale sul web

Tour de France: il corpo di Jungels martoriato dopo la tappa sul pavè

Tour de France: il corpo di Jungels martoriato dopo la tappa sul pavè

Scattata al ciclista nato in Lussemburgo al termine della tappa terminata a Roubaix caratterizzata da decine di km insidiosi che hanno visto cadere tanti protagonisti della corsa più prestigiosa al mondo

Per Ronaldo esordio in famiglia il 12 agosto a Villar Perosa. Ora torna in vacanza

Per Ronaldo esordio in famiglia il 12 agosto a Villar Perosa. Ora torna in vacanza

In forse l'idea di abitare alla Mandria, possibile l'attico in centro. La mamma sarà con lui a Torino: «Ritorno alla mia isola, Madeira»

World emoji day, i festeggiamenti da Apple a Facebook

World emoji day, i festeggiamenti da Apple a Facebook

Oggi è il loro quarto compleanno. Gli emoji sono ovunque, tra giochi, messaggi e anche tra i leader di Cupertino  

«Mamma Mia! Ci risiamo», alla premiere di Londra c’è tutto il cast. Il bacio di Cher e Meryl Streep

«Mamma Mia! Ci risiamo», alla premiere di Londra c’è tutto il cast. Il bacio di Cher e Meryl Streep

Da Meryl Streep a Cher, non manca proprio nessuno. Favolosa Lily James con abito principesco di Oscar de la Renta. E sul red carpet le star si prestano ai selfie con gli ammiratoriLe due star inossidabili si salutano così. Lily James favolosa con abito principesco. E sul red carpet le star si prestano ai selfie con i fan

George Clooney è l’attore più pagato di sempre (secondo «Forbes»)

George Clooney è l’attore più pagato di sempre (secondo «Forbes»)

La rivista «Forbes» pubblica l’annuale lista delle celebrità più pagate del mondo. Primo è il pugile Floyd Mayweather, terzo posto per Kyle Jenner

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Vittorio Sgarbi sul salvagente in piscina tutto vestito, poi si distrae e cade: «Potevo morire»

Il critico d’arte ha postato sui social il video della goffa caduta (causa distrazione) nella piscina durante una festa. Il particolare che colpisce è che Sgarbi era completamente vestito

Le opinioni di Bargiggia in un tweet e le reazioni in casa Mediaset

Le opinioni di  Bargiggia in un tweet e le reazioni in casa Mediaset

Dal Giappone all’Italia, ecco i passaporti migliori per viaggiare liberamente

Dal Giappone all’Italia, ecco i passaporti migliori per viaggiare liberamente

La graduatoria annuale stilata da Henley & Partners (società specializzata nelle cittadinanze) sui libretti identificativi più forti del mondo. Primi quelli giapponesi. Ultimi quelli afgani e iracheni

Ovale, rotondo o squadrato? Il taglio di capelli per ogni viso

Ovale, rotondo o squadrato? Il taglio di capelli per ogni viso

I consigli degli esperti per aiutarti a scegliere un'acconciatura che valorizzi la forma del tuo volto  

Giorgia Rossi, i complimenti di Sandro Sabatini: «Sei più brava che bella». E lei replica con ironia

Giorgia Rossi, i complimenti di Sandro Sabatini: «Sei più brava che bella». E lei replica con ironia

Lo scambio di battute sul filo dell’ironia a Mediaset

I grattacieli? I più nuovi sono in legno, quello di Tokyo raggiungerà i 350 metri di altezza

I grattacieli? I più nuovi sono in legno, quello di Tokyo raggiungerà i 350 metri di altezza

Previsto per il 2041 si chiamerà W350 e avrà 70 piani, i wooden skyscrapers sono antisismici e più resistenti di quelli in acciaio e cemento grazie alle nuove tecnologie

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Caffeina, aloe, guaranà, tarassaco: sono davvero efficaci per dimagrire?

Non ci sono evidenze scientifiche che questi preparati aiutino a perdere peso ed è possibile che proprio la loro combinazione provochi effetti collaterali spiacevoli

Francia campione del mondo: Kylian Mbappé donerà i suoi guadagni in beneficenza

Francia campione del mondo: Kylian Mbappé donerà i suoi guadagni in beneficenza

Il 19enne del Paris Saint-Germain, eletto dalla Fifa miglior giovane di Russia 2018, devolverà i circa 500mila euro guadagnati durante il Mondiale a un'associazione che aiuta disabili e bimbi malati con programmi sportivi gratuiti

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Costumi ironici e spiritosi, per farsi notare e strappare un sorriso

Dal modello patriottico al «pizzakini», bikini e interi che catturano lo sguardo. Mostrateci i vostri, taggando il nostro account Instagram: i più divertenti saranno pubblicati

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Matrimonio, 9 regole per il look adatto (che non fa arrabbiare la sposa)

Niente di troppo corto e meglio lasciar perdere il pizzo. Che si tratti di una cerimonia civile o religiosa, ecco come evitare passi falsi

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Pelle perfetta? Dal selfie che fa la diagnosi ai Led anti brufoli, ecco la tecnologia che ti fa bella

Smartphone, applicazioni e algoritmi di intelligenza artificiale possono aiutarci ad avere un'epidermide più sana 

In passerella mentre allatta la figlia. La top Mara Martin sfila per Sports Illustrated

In passerella mentre allatta la figlia. La top Mara Martin sfila per Sports Illustrated

La modella con la piccola Aria in braccio protagonista dello show a Miami che ha visto in passerella 16 finaliste in costume da bagno

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Per portare grandi pesi, oppure i bimbi a scuola: le migliori cargo bike in circolazione

Nel Nordeuropa le usano tutti, da noi quasi solo i fattorini. Eppure lentamente le biciclette da trasporto stanno diventando un trend. Ma attenzione, non costano poco. La nostra scelta

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San Pietroburgo  è Europa, la vera Russia è Mosca

Classifiche università Politecnico di Milano e Sapienza in vetta  al mondo|Guarda

Classifiche università Politecnico di Milano e Sapienza in vetta  al mondo|Guarda

Il nuovo ranking «by subject» della classifica Arwu. In testa Sapienza per ingegneria aerospaziale (16esima al mondo) e fisica (29esima) e il Politecnico di Milano per ingegneria meccanica (30esimo) e civile (43esimo). Molto bene la Federico II di Napoli

Maturità 2018, «Lo telefono tra un pò», «fà», «qual’è», tutti gli strafalcioni

Maturità 2018, «Lo telefono tra un pò», «fà», «qual’è», tutti gli strafalcioni

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Lettera a un nemico dopo la maturità: «Cara lingua italiana, finalmente mi libero di te»

Lettera a un nemico  dopo la maturità: «Cara lingua italiana, finalmente mi libero di te»

Lo sfogo ironico di una studentessa che ha appena concluso gli esami di Stato e affronta il suo rapporto difficile con la nostra lingua, tra insegnanti inadatti e accenti complicati. «Dopo 13 anni di prigionia sono libera e non dovremo più scontrarci»

Salute del cuore e vasi: i nostri esperti rispondono ai vostri dubbi sul forum

Salute del cuore e vasi: i nostri esperti rispondono ai vostri dubbi sul forum

Il forum è moderato da un team di medici del Policlinico ‘Agostino Gemelli’ di Roma

«Thirty second gift»: storia di Aziz , migrante sordomuto che dialoga con Gesù

«Thirty second gift»: storia di Aziz , migrante sordomuto che dialoga con Gesù

Il tema dell’Immigrazione clandestina, dell’accoglienza e della religione nel cortometraggio di Evelina Manna

La vera vacanza:disconnettersi un po’

La vera vacanza:disconnettersi un po’

Non solo Netflix:  da The Marvelous Mrs Maisel a Fringe 5 serie tv da rivedere quest’estate

Non solo Netflix:  da The Marvelous Mrs Maisel a Fringe 5 serie tv da rivedere quest’estate

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La lunga marcia di Alibaba

La lunga marcia di Alibaba

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Oscar Farinetti: «Quell’estate del 1968: prendevo tutto alla lettera, ma quell’anno mi insegnò il coraggio»

Oscar Farinetti: «Quell’estate del 1968: prendevo tutto alla lettera, ma quell’anno mi insegnò il coraggio»

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La vita di Leo in libro: «Nella vita come in pista, il cancro la mia gara più difficile»

Il libro è il primo collegato all’inserto Buone Notizie del Corriere della Sera e racconta l’energia positiva di un giovane paziente malato di osteosarcoma

Tormentato  e in cerca  di conferme,  l’«altro» Roth

Tormentato  e in cerca  di conferme,  l’«altro» Roth

Dal 18 luglio con il quotidiano a 8,90 euro l’ottavo titolo della collana  dedicata alle opere dello scrittore americano, morto lo scorso 22 maggio

Il segreto di Amal Clooney, (moglie e mamma) praticamente perfetta

 Il segreto di Amal Clooney, (moglie e mamma) praticamente perfetta

Dai tribunali dove lotta per i diritti umani ai giri in scooter in Gallura, è sempre discreta e vincente. I figli «invisibili», niente social: ritratto di signora che ha conquistato George

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Diabete, ecco i grassi che fanno male (più dello zucchero) e quelli utili

Pensate che mangiare troppi dolci faccia venire il diabete? Sbagliato, il consumo eccessivo di grassi è un fattore di rischio ben peggiore. Lo spiegano gli esperti della Società Italiana di Diabetologia (SID) in un documento di consenso sui grassi e il diabete, sottolineando che i principali imputati della «catastrofe metabolica» per cui il numero di obesi e diabetici sta aumentando in maniera esponenziale in tutto il mondo sono proprio i grassi «sbagliati»: la qualità infatti è ancora più importante della quantità, in questo caso

Roth e il corpo, ossessione  di Portnoy La nuova collana

Roth e il corpo, ossessione  di Portnoy La nuova collana

Il «Lamento» di Alex, prima bambino poi adolescente e infine trentenne  Così Philip Roth affronta i nodi che saranno il centro della sua narrativa - «Lamento di Portnoy», desideri e tormenti sul lettino dello psicanalista di J. Chia

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Fact Check of the Day: 8 Suspect Claims From the Trump-Putin News Conference
President Trump contradicted U.S. intelligence assessments that Russia meddled in the 2016 election, and President Vladimir V. Putin said he didn’t know that Mr. Trump was in Russia in 2013.
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Never in anyone’s lifetime has a president engendered such a wave of discussion about whether his real loyalty was to a foreign power over his own country.
News Analysis: Confronted With Evidence of Russian Hacking, Trump Reverts to Conspiracy
A smoke-and-mirrors effort by Mr. Trump after being briefed extensively on the specific roles by Russian military commanders to tamper with the 2016 presidential election.
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A gift of a soccer ball was a metaphor for the gamesmanship that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has been playing with President Trump, and, analysts said, the points he has been scoring.
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Writers from across the political spectrum on President Trump’s meeting with his Russian counterpart in Helsinki, Finland, and his remarks afterward.
Jehovah’s Witnesses, Fleeing Russia Crackdown, Seek Shelter in Finland
The fate of hundreds of Russians who escaped to Finland to avoid arrest is unlikely to be on the agenda when President Trump meets President Vladimir V. Putin.
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‘I Just Simply Did What He Wanted’: Sexual Abuse Inside Immigrant Detention Facilities
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As Tensions With U.S. Worsen, Europe Courts New Partners
The European Union is hunting for free-trade deals in Asia and Latin America to help compensate for lost business with the United States.
Two Words That Could Shape the Politics of the Trade War: Loss Aversion
The pain of a loss tends to be greater than the enjoyment of a win. That has big implications for trade, and also helps explain the politics of health care and taxes.
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Mr. Solomon, a longtime investment banker, will replace Lloyd C. Blankfein at the helm of one of the most powerful institutions on Wall Street.
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The president lays himself at Vladimir Putin’s feet.
The Conversation: After You, Mr. Putin
Live in Helsinki, Trump brings his blame-America-first tour to a close.
I Was a White House Stenographer. Trump Wasn’t a Fan.
If the president is the victim of so much inaccurate reporting, as he claims, why is he so averse to having the facts recorded and transcribed?
Trump Shows the World He’s Putin’s Lackey
Maybe the president is exactly as compromised as he looks.
The Murder-Suicide of the West
Trump forcefully caps off years of deterioration in European-American ties.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump and Putin vs. America
The president’s refusal to condemn Russian attacks is a betrayal of every single American citizen.
Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P.’s War on the Poor
The justification keeps changing, but the cruelty remains the same.
Can Macron Do for the Banlieues What the Banlieues Have Done for Soccer?
France’s triumph in the World Cup was powered by immigrants from the hardscrabble suburbs. It’s time for the Macron government to bring long-awaited economic opportunity to those neighborhoods.
India’s Battle for Same-Sex Love
A colonial-era law that criminalizes homosexual sex is viewed by many as a blot on the idea of India as a liberal democracy.
They Bonded as the Pacific Crest Trail Burned. Now They Heal It.
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The 2022 World Cup Plants Some Trees and Prepares to Step Into the Spotlight
With Qatar next in line to host the world’s most-watched sporting event, grass and trees are sprouting in the desert and scrutiny is intensifying.
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Kushners ‘Made Tenants’ Lives Miserable and Many Left,’ Lawyer Says
Kushner Companies denied the claims that it subjected rent-regulated tenants to hazardous conditions so their apartments could be sold for millions.
Suspected ‘Ride-Share Rapist’ Charged in Assaults on 4 Women in San Francisco
The ride-sharing company Lyft confirmed that Orlando Vilchez Lazo, 37, of San Mateo, Calif., had been a registered driver with the company.
CVS Fires 2 for Calling Police on Black Woman Over Coupon
The woman said a manager at a Chicago store thought the coupon was fraudulent. She recorded a video of a manager calling the police.
Dozens Swept Away in Myanmar Landslide While Hunting for Jade
At least 100 unregistered workers are feared killed in one of the deadliest places on Earth: the muddy jade mines that enrich Myanmar’s military.
France’s World Cup Win Is a ‘National Relief’ After Attacks and Racial Tension
The delirium expressed since the men’s soccer team captured the trophy has been a boost for supporters of multiculturalism.
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In cities that are already scorching hot, temperatures and humidity levels are rising to levels that the human body simply can’t tolerate, researchers warn.
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Richard Ojeda, a populist Democrat riding a wave of labor activism, is making a deep-red House district look flippable, and may show his party a way to win in Trump country.
G.M. Used Graffiti in a Car Ad. Should the Artist Be Paid?
As graffiti becomes a marketing tool, copyright law has struggled to catch up. A lawsuit could decide when an artist is entitled to compensation.
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Youngsters sent to New York as part of the “zero tolerance” immigration policy are now being sent back to the border to reunite with parents, but their future is unclear.
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Continue the good feeling of weekend summer cooking through the week with sheet-pan chicken and a clafoutis.
How to Leave a Legacy When You Don’t Have Children
The question of what you leave behind can be especially fraught for people who do not have heirs.
How to Make the Most of Amazon Prime Day 2018
Amazon says it will offer more than a million deals, including discounts on Echo devices, kitchen appliances and more — and extend the sale by an extra six hours compared with last year.
Travel Tips: 4 Simple Tips to Stay Healthy on Your Next Trip
Sticking to a healthy lifestyle on your next trip is the best way to stay healthy no matter where you go, but these four tips can also help.
The 52 Places Traveler: Places 22 and 23 of 52: Cheeky Surprises in Bristol, and a ‘Wee Look Around’ Glasgow
After months on the road, our columnist catches her breath as she explores two welcoming cities in Britain.
Nonfiction: When the Creator of Sherlock Holmes Exonerated a Convicted Murderer
Margalit Fox’s “Conan Doyle for the Defense” tells the forgotten story of a man wrongly convicted of a crime and a writer’s help in pursuing justice.
Luxury Lounge Wars Heat Up as Airlines Vie for High-End Passengers
The disparity between the haves and have-nots in airline travel extends well beyond the cabin experience and is increasingly playing out inside the terminals.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Says He’s ‘Shaken’ by Trump’s Coziness With Putin
Stephen Colbert and other late-night hosts focused almost entirely on the president’s meeting with President Vladimir Putin of Russia.
Review: ‘Doctor Atomic’ Brings the Bomb Home to New Mexico
John Adams and Peter Sellars’s opera about J. Robert Oppenheimer opened in Santa Fe, a short drive from where the story takes place.
mind: Psychology Itself Is Under Scrutiny
Many famous studies of human behavior cannot be reproduced. Even so, they revealed aspects of our inner lives that feel true.
Babies’ Cries May Foretell Their Adult Voices, a Study Shows
New research indicates that the pitch of a baby’s cries at 4 months old may predict the pitch of its speech at age 5.
Trilobites: Ancient Romans Hunted ‘Sea Monsters.’ Were They Whales?
Testing of archaeological remains show that two whale species once swam in the Mediterranean, suggesting that the Romans conducted industrial-scale whaling.
Personal Health: When to Get Your Bone Density Tested
Updated guidelines can help women decide when to have bone density screening but may discourage men.

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India’s Supreme Court warns of ‘mobocracy,’ urges government to pass anti-lynching law after deadly attacks
The court blamed rising intolerance and circulation of “fake news” for the spate of recent killings.
With fascist salutes, defenders of Spanish dictator Franco protest plan to dig up his remains
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez pledged to remove Franco’s remains from a basilica in northern Spain, reigniting a divisive debate.
U.S. expecting war dead remains from North Korea within 2 weeks, official says
The remains of as many as 55 troops killed during the Korean War could be returned by July 27, the 65th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the conflict.
Amsterdam's fire chief took on 'white male culture.' His employees tried to have him killed.
The chief now travels with police protection.
NSA and Cyber Command to coordinate actions to counter Russian election interference in 2018 amid absence of White House guidance
The move by NSA Director Paul Nakasone comes as Trump again dismisses findings of Russian culpability.
Putin got his summit. Now he needs results. 
For the Kremlin, the meeting with Trump in Helsinki was just the beginning of a long-awaited U.S. thaw.
These divers had a pretty chill life in Thailand. Then came the cave rescue mission.
Three cave-diving specialists from the resort island of Koh Tao were key members of the team that saved the lives of 12 boys and their soccer coach.
With fascist salutes, defenders of Spanish dictator Franco protest plan to dig up his remains
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez pledged to remove Franco’s remains from a basilica in northern Spain, reigniting a divisive debate.
Amsterdam's fire chief took on 'white male culture.' His employees tried to have him killed.
The chief now travels with police protection.
With fascist salutes, defenders of Spanish dictator Franco protest plan to dig up his remains
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez pledged to remove Franco’s remains from a basilica in northern Spain, reigniting a divisive debate.
Unlike Trump, world leaders appear to have few issues with confronting Putin
The president avoided criticism of Putin during a news conference after their meeting.
Trump's Helsinki 'disgrace' caps a destructive European trip
"No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant."
Army abandons legal effort to expel an immigrant soldier on path to citizenship
“It's disturbing you have to file a lawsuit to get the Army to follow its own regulations,” a retired Army officer and immigration lawyer said.
India’s Supreme Court warns of ‘mobocracy,’ urges government to pass anti-lynching law after deadly attacks
The court blamed rising intolerance and circulation of “fake news” for the spate of recent killings.
Unlike Trump, world leaders appear to have few issues with confronting Putin
The president avoided criticism of Putin during a news conference after their meeting.
U.S. expecting war dead remains from North Korea within 2 weeks, official says
The remains of as many as 55 troops killed during the Korean War could be returned by July 27, the 65th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the conflict.
Rivalry between two London fashion models led to brutal murder, police say
Jealousies, both professional and romantic, allegedly propelled the young men into the violent showdown on a London street.
Trump's Helsinki 'disgrace' caps a destructive European trip
"No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant."
‘Utterly ridiculous’: Vladimir Putin rejects claims of Russian influence in 2016 election
“Do you really believe that someone acting from the Russian territory could have influenced the United States?” Putin asked in a wide-ranging interview with Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace.
Maria Butina, Russian gun-rights advocate who sought to build ties with NRA, charged with acting as a covert Russian agent
Butina, 29, is accused of trying to establish “back channel” communications and was arrested Sunday in Washington, D.C.
Trump hands Putin a diplomatic triumph by casting doubt on U.S. intelligence agencies
At a Helsinki summit, the U.S. president refused to denounce Russian interference in the 2016 election and called the Mueller probe a disaster for our country.”
Europe fears Trump-Putin summit will embolden Kremlin, weaken transatlantic unity
In Helsinki, Trump sided with Putin against the U.S. intelligence community. Europeans worry he’d do the same to them.
Trump repudiates U.S. intelligence community by according equal weight to Putin
The U.S. president says Putin was “extremely strong and powerful in his denial” of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Putin’s view triumphs in Helsinki as Trump questions U.S. intelligence
At Monday’s summit, Trump echoed Putin’s long-held suspicion of Western institutions.
Trump administration weighs direct talks with the Taliban
With the battlefield stalemated, U.S. officials look to jump start a stalled peace process.
‘He is our son’: Obama draws adulation in understated visit to his father’s native Kenya
In the village where Obama Sr. grew up, the former president’s complicated roots with the country were on display.
A crocodile killed an Indonesian man — so his village slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles
When every reptile was dead, the villagers put them in a giant, bloody pile, then took selfies. 
The Latest: Spain reports 328 migrant rescues at sea
The Latest on mass migration to Europe (all times local):
Afghan officials: IS bomber kills 20, Taliban kill 9 police
An Islamic State suicide bomber killed 20 people in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, including a Taliban commander, while in southern Helmand province, a government commando unit freed 54 people from a Taliban-run jail, officials said.
Trump unfazed by GOP criticism, says Putin meeting was great
Unbowed by the broad condemnation of his extraordinary embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, President Donald Trump declared Tuesday that his summit in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin went “even better” than his meeting with NATO allies last week in Brussels.
Obama gives Trump sharp rebuke in Mandela address on values
Without ever mentioning President Donald Trump by name, former U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday took aim at “strongman politics” in his highest-profile speech since leaving office, urging people around the world to respect human rights and other values now under threat in an impassioned address marking the 100th anniversary of anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela’s birth.
Greece: Extradition hearing postponed for crime boss suspect
Greece’s Supreme Court has postponed an extradition appeal hearing for the alleged head of an international crime ring after the suspect complained of feeling unwell and made his court appearance in a wheelchair.
Mexicans mob ‘AMLO’ HQ seeking help for matters big or small
Each morning hundreds of Mexicans crowd at the gates of 216 Chihuahua Street in the capital, home to the white, two-story building that served as President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s campaign headquarters.

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Obama criticises 'strongman politics' in coded attack on Trump

Former US president uses speech in Johannesburg to urge respect for human rights

Barack Obama has made a coded attack on his successor, Donald Trump, attacking “strongman politics” in his highest-profile speech since leaving office.

Speaking in Johannesburg, Obama urged people around the world to respect human rights and other values that are under threat, in an impassioned address marking the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth.

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Thai cave rescue boys set to address media for first time

12 boys to be discharged from hospital a day early after rescue from Tham Luang cave

The 12 Thai boys and their football coach who were rescued from a cave complex last week are set to be discharged from hospital a day early on Wednesday, before addressing the media for the first time since their dramatic ordeal.

It is a week since the last of the last of the Wild Boars football team were rescued from the Tham Luang cave complex in northern Thailand, in a mission that gripped the world’s attention.

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May faces defeat as Labour backs customs union amendment

Amendment would force UK to join customs union if no agreement on trade is reached

Theresa May faces a damaging Commons defeat, as Labour confirmed it would back an amendment tabled by rebel Tory MPs seeking to ensure Britain remains in a customs union after Brexit.

Related: OBR casts doubt on May's claim 'Brexit dividend' will fund NHS £20bn spending boost - Politics live

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Astronomers discover 12 new moons orbiting Jupiter - one on collision course with the others

A head-on collision between two Jovian moons would create a crash so large it would be visible from earth

One of a dozen new moons discovered around Jupiter is circling the planet on a suicide orbit that will inevitably lead to its violent destruction, astronomers say.

Valetudo (one of Jupiter's moons) is driving down the highway on the wrong side of the road.

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Italy's highest court accused of victim blaming over rape case

Aggravating circumstances not applicable in sentencing if alcohol consumed voluntarily, say judges

Italy’s highest court has been widely condemned after it ruled that aggravated circumstances cannot be applied to a rape sentence if the victim voluntarily drank alcohol before the attack.

The court of cassation on Tuesday ordered a retrial to review the three-year sentence for two men convicted of raping a woman in 2009.

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Dozens of fleeing Syrians turned away from Israeli border

Civilians seek passage to Golan Heights to escape bombing by pro-Assad forces

Dozens of Syrian civilians approached the border fence with Israel on Tuesday, apparently seeking safe passage to the Golan Heights, but were sent back by an Israeli border guard.

Reuters first reported the pleas of civilians stranded near the border, which was later confirmed by Syrian humanitarian workers in the area of Quneitra.

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Hong Kong moves to impose unprecedented ban on separatist party

Hong Kong National party must explain why it should not be barred, in escalation of push to silence dissent against China

Hong Kong is taking unprecedented steps to ban a pro-independence party, in the government’s strongest action yet against the movement pushing for separation from China.

Police on Tuesday delivered documents to the Hong Kong National party founder, Andy Chan Ho-tin, detailing their recommendations to the city’s secretary of security that the group halt operations.

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All Mother Teresa homes inspected amid baby-selling scandal

India orders examination of all institutions run by her charity after claims against two staff

India has ordered the immediate inspection of all childcare homes run by the Missionaries of Charity, the Catholic congregation established by Mother Teresa, after employees at one shelter were accused of selling babies for adoption.

The inspections were announced by the ministry for women and childhood development after a Missionaries of Charity home in Jharkhand state was shut this month following the arrest of a nun and a social worker employed there.

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Goldman Sachs: David Solomon, veteran banker and part-time DJ, named new boss

Solomon, who moonlights as DJ D-Sol, will replace Lloyd Blankfein, the man who steered the bank into and out of the crisis

A veteran banker who also DJs under the stage name D-Sol has been named as the next chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs.

David Solomon, 56, will take over from the current boss, Lloyd Blankfein, on 1 October. Blankfein steered the bank into and out of the aftermath of the financial crisis – a crisis that proved almost existential for Goldman Sachs. The bank has recovered but he leaves as its trading business, once seen as the bank’s core strength, is struggling.

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Brazil World Cup player's mother freed after being kidnapped

Rosângela Freda, mother of Brazil’s Taison, taken by armed gang who lured her from home

The mother of the Brazilian footballer Taison, a member of the World Cup squad who plays for the Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk, was kidnapped on Monday by an armed gang but released within hours after police located their hideout.

Security camera footage showed Rosângela Freda being lured to the security gates in front of her home in Pelotas, southern Brazil, by a man delivering flowers and bundled into a car.

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IEA warns of 'worrying trend' as global investment in renewables falls

Fossil fuels increased share of energy supply investment last year – the first time since 2014

The world’s energy watchdog has sounded the alarm over a “worrying” pause in the shift to clean energy after global investment in renewables fell 7% to $318bn (£240bn) last year.

The International Energy Agency said the decline is set to continue into 2018, threatening energy security, climate change and air pollution goals.

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Will Republicans punish Trump for his performance with Putin?

While his comments on election meddling have been called ‘disgraceful’, a reluctance to avoid open conflict remains

Air Force One departed Helsinki on Monday after a head-spinning week in which the US president attacked the postwar international order and sided with the Russian president Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence agencies about whether Moscow meddled in the US elections. The question that now looms before Republican lawmakers: how will they respond?

Related: Trump 'treasonous' after siding with Putin on election meddling

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Watch out white, liberal ladies – Reductress has got you in its sights

The feminist website is known for its searing satire of women’s media. Now, with a TV show in the works, the site’s founders reveal their new target

A little over a decade ago, the writer Christopher Hitchens wrote a column for Vanity Fair entitled Why Women Aren’t Funny. It caused a bit of a stir. To imagine it being published today, however, is to blanch at the thought of Hitchens being dragged all the way across cyberspace by feminist Twitter.

Among its more salient lines was one in which the writer conceded the existence of female comedians: “Most of them, though … are hefty or dykey or Jewish, or some combo of the three,” he wrote. It was the kind of thing that would have been fodder for the satirical feminist website Reductress, lampooner of media for and about women. In 2015, in fact, the site addressed this “tiresome debate” with the story: If Women Aren’t Funny, Then Why Did I Just Leave a Huge Poop on Ryan’s Desk?

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?? it or it, World Emoji Day is here

Today’s the day to celebrate the little pictures that changed the way we talk online

Today is the fifth World Emoji Day – a day to celebrate the tiny images on our phones that have transformed the way people chat online. Here are some things you need to know about those funny little pictures :

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The ugly scandal that cancelled the Nobel prize

Sweden’s literary elite has been thrown into disarray by allegations of sexual harassment and corruption. By Andrew Brown

In the eyes of its members, there is no more important cultural institution in the world than the Swedish Academy. The members, who call themselves The Eighteen (always in capitals), are elected for life by their peers, and meet for a ritual dinner every Thursday evening at a restaurant they own in the heart of the old town in Stockholm. And once a year, at a ceremony brilliant with jewels and formality, the permanent secretary of the academy hands out the Nobel prize in literature and all the world applauds.

But this year there will be no prize and no ceremony. In November 2017, it was revealed in the Swedish press that the husband of one of the academy members had been accused of serial sexual abuse, in assaults alleged to have taken place over more than 20 years. Jean-Claude Arnault, a French photographer and cultural entrepreneur, is married to the poet and academician Katarina Frostenson. In addition to assault accusations against him, the pair are accused of misusing academy funding. Arnault has denied all accusations, and Frostenson has refused to comment.

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Life in the shadow of Guatemala's Volcano of Fire - video

On 3 June, the Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted, killing at least 113 people and leaving 332 missing. Thousands of victims have been displaced and are still living in temporary shelters. Questions are being asked about what the government's disaster prevention agency is doing to help victims. The Guardian journalist Iman Amrani found out how people were coping, and what lessons need to be learned from the disaster

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Kylie Jenner has fuelled the myth of early success – but the odds are stacked against the young | Arwa Mahdawi

While the 20-year-old may soon be worth $1bn thanks to her cosmetics empire, the fetishisation of youthful entrepreneurs masks the lack of opportunity for most millennials

As the world edges ever closer to apocalypse, it is important to take time out from the unrelenting hellscape that is the news to celebrate the occasional feelgood story. So, please have your handkerchiefs at the ready for the moving tale of a young woman who, against all odds, stared down adversity and achieved the sort of success of which a mere mortal could only dream.

I speak of Kylie Jenner. Forbes estimated last week that the 20-year-old, who parlayed her reality TV show fame into a lucrative cosmetics empire, is worth $900m (£680m) and is on track to unseat Mark Zuckerberg as the “youngest self-made billionaire” in history.

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How Trump’s wildlife board is rebranding trophy hunting as good for animals

As hunters hold immense clout in the Trump administration and most of the council’s members are advocates of the sport, critics worry the board will protect their hobby, not the animals

Donald Trump has called big-game trophy hunting a “horror show”, despite his own sons’ participation in elephant and leopard hunts, and in 2017 he formed an advisory board to steer US policy on the issue.

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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again review – feta fever dream sequel is weirdly irresistible

I was not among those begging for a followup to the wildly successful 2008 Abba musical. But after just a few scenes, all I could say was: Gimme, Gimme, Gimme

Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus of Abba must over the years have considered what they would do if they were asked to sign off on a second iteration of what can only be called the Mamma Mia! movie franchise – which first appeared in 2008. Perhaps they thought that, in the words of the song: “If I had to do the same again, I would my friend, because quite frankly it’s a licence to print money.”

That first film made me break out in a combination of hives and bubonic plague. And to be honest, this new one does have the original film’s plotless melange of feelgoodery, an exotically amorphous jellyfish of a film which is periodically zapped with the million-volt shock of a zingingly brilliant Abba tune.

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Republicans have decided to follow Trump off a cliff of treachery | Peter Daou

‘America First’ is now ‘Russia First’; the GOP favors a dictator over a heroic US marine. We are through the looking glass

For more than a generation, conventional wisdom has portrayed Republicans as the sole defenders of the American flag, the great stewards of patriotism, the gun-toting, tough-talking party of law and order. This myth has been pushed relentlessly on talk radio, on Fox News, and through every facet of rightwing media. It has long been presented as fact by the traditional media, putting Democrats on the defensive as they have struggled to shake ingrained perceptions that they are meek and unpatriotic.

Related: Trump beholden to Putin? Summit does nothing to dispel impression

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If we are at a Brexit stalemate, we need a new parliament | Gaby Hinsliff
Politicians need to agree to one of three options, or Labour’s gamble is close to paying off

“Decent people, hopeful of a better country, conned by a bunch of chancers, tricksters, charlatans and cowards.”

Whatever the outcome of a police investigation into Vote Leave – which was formally accused by the Electoral Commission yesterday of dodging EU referendum spending limits by channelling cash to a campaign run by a 23-year-old fashion student – it’s hard to disagree with that particular cry of anguish from the former Tory minister (and ardent remainer) Ben Gummer.

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Genetically modifying future children isn’t just wrong. It would harm all of us | Marcy Darnovsky
Genome editing for human embryos is an unnecessary threat to society. Why has the Nuffield Council of Bioethics endorsed it?

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has taken what it clearly regards as a brave new step: it has openly endorsed the use of genome editing to engineer the traits of future children and generations. The council’s report, Genome editing and human reproduction: social and ethical issues, asserts that such a move could be “morally permissible” under certain circumstances. In effect, it argues that the creation of genetically modified human beings should proceed after a few bioethics-lite boxes are checked off.

Related: Genetically modified babies given go ahead by UK ethics body

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How apps have the potential to save lives | Anna Bawden
Apps that allow deaf people to call 999 and blind people to find volunteers to ‘be their eyes’, are two winners of this year’s Tech4Good awards

When Becca Hume was 16, she got a part-time job where she met a deaf person for the first time. “I realised how isolated he was at work, so I started learning sign language to be able to talk to him properly,” she says. It made her understand the daily frustrations facing people who cannot hear and she wanted to do something about it. An MA focused on accessible product design at Ulster university gave her the idea for TapSOS, an app that sends users’ location and medical history to the fire, police, ambulance services and coastguard at the tap of a few buttons. “I came up with this idea with the deaf community in mind, but actually it is potentially life-saving for lots of other people who cannot speak to 999 operators,” says Hume. “Anyone with breathing difficulties, allergies, in situations of domestic abuse or being held against their will can now call for help without having to talk.”

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After this World Cup victory, can France finally throw off racism? | Myriam François
The diversity of the national team raises hopes – as does a win in court for an olive farmer who has given help to migrants

Liberté, egalité, Mbappé! After France’s World Cup victory on Sunday, the French slogan was rewritten to celebrate a winning goal by a 19-year-old player from the Paris suburbs who is donating his World Cup fee to charity because, he says, it is such an honour to play for his national team.

Much has been made in the wake of the moment of national pride that 19 of France’s squad of 23 players are migrants or the children of migrants. Or the fact that the reflex of Muslim players Paul Pogba and Djibril Sidibé was to prostrate themselves in prayer at their win. How could a country so riddled with prejudice towards minorities get behind a team that reflects all its own contradictions back at it?

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I know Elon Musk does good, but he's still a bonehead | Hannah Jane Parkinson

For every extraordinary feat, there’s something else bizarre or shameful, most recently calling a Thailand cave rescuer a ‘pedo’

When I was at school, one of the go-to playground insults, I am afraid, was “paedo”. Mostly the teachers were paedos, but the socially awkward kid in sixth form and the janitor who scuppered your escape at lunchtime were also targets. Of course, I realise now that even jokingly accusing someone of sexually abusing children isn’t witty or clever. You grow out of these baseless, ridiculous epithets, don’t you?

Not Elon Musk, aged 47. The tech CEO has called the British diver Vern Unsworth – one of the first divers on the scene who helped rescue the Thai football team trapped in a cave – a “pedo” on Twitter (he has 22 million followers). This was simply because Unsworth pointed out that Musk’s offer of a submarine wasn’t helpful to the rescue efforts.

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Tour de France 2018: Julian Alaphilippe soars to stage 10 win in Alps – live!

Here’s the final kilometre of a fine ride:

Impressive Julian!
Impressionnant Julian !
@alafpolak#TDF2018 pic.twitter.com/VcAHTLIzJi

Here’s Egan Bernal: “I felt good. I can work for the team. Froome and Thomas felt good in the mountains.”

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England chasing 257 against India to win third ODI and series – live!

8th over: England 67-1 (Vince 26, Root 5) Vince at his Vinceyest, standing up straight and creaming an off-drive, before going back to whip to long leg. Kumar has now gone for eight fours off four overs, and to add insult to insult, Dhoni is standing up to him.

“My brain has been trying to take the intersection of cricket and cover versions to a new level,” says Peter Salmon, “by thinking about cricketers who are cover versions of earlier cricketers.” Nice. “For instance it seems that it is the law that you can’t talk about Josh Hazlewood without mentioning Glenn McGrath. When James Vince came into the side he was always shackled to Michael Vaughan. Abdul Qadir and Mushtaq Ahmed. Any others?”

7th over: England 57-1 (Vince 17, Root 5) Root at his Rootiest, going up on his toes to subject a perfectly respectable ball from Thakur to his back-foot caress for four. That brings the fifty up off 38 balls, and it’s followed by four leg byes as Dhoni adds a bit of incompetence to his intransigence. Has he lost it, do you think?

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Liverpool make £62m bid to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson
• Liverpool have opened talks with Serie A club
• Roma holding out for £66.6m for the 25-year-old

Liverpool have opened talks with Roma over the possible world record signing of the Brazil goalkeeper Alisson, with an initial offer of €70m (£62.2m) including €10m of add-ons being lodged with the Serie A club.

Roma are holding out for another €5m to take the total fee to €75m (£66.6m) for the 25-year-old but both clubs are hopeful that an agreement can be reached. The respective valuations has increased confidence at Liverpool that the 25-year-old will be their new first choice goalkeeper next season.

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Tiger Woods believes The Open is his best chance to end major drought
• His 14th and last major title came at the US Open in 2008
• Woods believes older players have better chance on a links

Tiger Woods believes the Open Championship provides his best opportunity to claim a 15th major. A decade has passed since Woods last won any of golf’s marquee events – in that instance, the US Open – with subsequent struggles largely linked to injury.

Speaking at Carnoustie on Tuesday, ahead of his 20th Open appearance, Woods initially smiled when asked whether this tournament offers his biggest major chance. “Not to be smart, but it is the next major I’m playing,” said the 42-year-old, before taking matters more seriously.

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Annemiek van Vleuten retains La Course title after thrilling finish
• Dutch rider pips compatriot Anna van der Breggen by 1sec
• Van Vleuten: ‘I had something, somewhere left’

The Giro Rosa champion Annemiek van Vleuten overcame her fatigue from winning the Italian stage race last weekend to win the fifth edition of La Course, the women’s race organised by the Tour de France, in Le Grand-Bornand.

In what was the most exciting edition of La Course to date, the Dutch rider chased down Olympic champion and compatriot Anna van der Breggen, on the 14km descent of the Col de la Colombière and stole past her in the final 100m to take her second win in La Course.

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Trump’s Turnberry trip shows golf to be most presidential thing about him | Andy Bull
The US president’s love of the game keeps up the rich relationship between the Oval Office and 18 holes of escapism

Once Chequers was done with, and Windsor out of the way, Donald Trump turned to the more pressing presidential business of addressing a golf ball. Trump spent last weekend at his resort in Turnberry, “for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf”. According to a source quoted on Politico, this section of the trip was arranged to entice the president into attending the Nato summit in Brussels “like a dessert he earned after eating his vegetables”. Trump hadn’t been to Turnberry since he became president, and was eager to get back. According to the Trump Golf Count website, Sunday’s outing was his 121st visit to a golf club since he took office.

Related: Rory McIlroy takes heart from Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon triumph

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Saul Leiter review – the quiet genius who made the mundane beautiful

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The US photographer had a painter’s eye for colour and composition. This retrospective perfectly captures his unhurried pursuit of a now vanished Manhattan

‘I simply looked at the world, not prepared for anything,” Saul Leiter said towards the end of his life. That sense of unhurriedness, coupled with a painterly eye for colour and composition, is palpable in his evocative colour photographs of New York. There is also an attentiveness that speaks of his disinterest in anything other than making the seemingly mundane world around him seem luminously beautiful.

By the time he was “discovered” in 2006 with the publication of a book, Early Colour, he was 82. He had been working quietly for almost 60 years, first in monochrome, as a photojournalist, then in the 1950s, turning to colour to capture the rhythm and stillness of the same few streets around his Manhattan apartment in the soft, deep tones of Kodachrome slide film.

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Sacha Baron Cohen channel defends Who Is America? against claims of mocking veterans

Showtime, the US broadcaster behind the comedian’s new project, says claims from Sarah Palin that the show made fun of disabled former servicepeople are false

The broadcaster behind Who Is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen’s new TV show, has said the claim that the comedian made fun of disabled war veterans is erroneous and that Sarah Palin’s account of being filmed for the show is inaccurate.

A spokesperson for Showtime, the US channel that airs the programme, said there had been “widespread misinformation” about Baron Cohen’s character Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr PhD, a parody of an online conspiracy theorist, who interviewed Bernie Sander’s in the show’s first episode.

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Trevor Noah: ‘If your name is Vladimir Putin, this was a very good day’

Comics, including Noah, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel, discussed Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin’s Helsinki summit

Late-night hosts on Monday discussed Donald Trump’s summit in Helsinki with Vladimir Putin, where the US president sided with Putin over his own intelligence agencies when asked about Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Related: Will Republicans punish Trump for his performance with Putin?

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‘I broke the contract’: how Hannah Gadsby's trauma transformed comedy

In her show Nanette, the Australian standup speaks out about homophobic and sexual violence – the set is now a Netflix sensation. She opens up about shame, rage, her autism diagnosis and the meaning of Louis CK

During the live run of Hannah Gadsby’s standup show, Nanette, she found herself sleeping 15 hours a night, then taking naps during the day. “I got bronchitis in London,” she says. “A tooth wrenched out in Edinburgh. Then I got carbon monoxide poisoning from the flat in New York. I was Googling ‘neurological disorders’, I had the tremors and my speech was slurring. I kept telling people I was really tired, texting them coffin emojis, and they’d say: ‘Of course you are, this show is exhausting.’”

But she doesn’t think you should really suffer for your art. Well, not any more. “I’m against that theory,” she says firmly.

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Cher to release album of Abba covers following Mamma Mia! role

Following her version of Fernando for the film sequel, the singer says she took on Abba classics “in a different way” for a covers album

Cher has revealed that she has recorded an entire album of Abba covers, following her appearance in the jukebox musical film Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

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Juicy fruit: how the lemon won summer style

Forget florals or palm fronds, fruits are the print to wear in 2018, and, thanks to Beyoncé, lemons are the pick of the bunch

She might not know it, but Hattie White, Jay-Z’s grandmother, was the instigator of this summer’s juiciest trend. Her 90th birthday speech is broadcast on Beyoncé’s Lemonade (you’ll know the bit even if you haven’t ever listened to the album). “I was served lemons,” she says, “but I made lemonade.”

Two years on from those immortal words #whenlifegivesyoulemons has been used more than 160,000 times on Instagram, and spawned a thousand memes. The lemon emoji, meanwhile, has almost three million hashtags. Beyoncé was – as ever – early on the trend. Keen to make her album a 360 experience, fans could buy a baseball cap with a lemon on it for her 2017 tour, and it’s still available online. The lemon has since blossomed. Forget florals or palm fronds, fruits are the print to wear in 2018, and lemons are the pick of the bunch.

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Nigel Slater’s grilled chicken with miso recipe

A simple and satisfying light dish for a warm summer’s evening

Take a couple of whole chicken legs and remove the bones. (See below for guidance.) Mix together 4 tbsp of white miso paste, 2 tbsp of maple syrup or honey, 2 tsp of sesame oil and 3 tbsp of groundnut oil. Push the meat down into the marinade, cover and set aside in a cool place for a good 20 minutes, longer if you can.

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The Freedom Swim: from Mandela’s Robben Island to the Cape Town shore

The Mandela centenary features many tributes and events but our writer found his own way to celebrate Madiba’s legacy – a 7.5km Freedom Swim from Robben Island to Cape Town

The stench of seal is part-fish, part-farm. It wafts around Cape Town’s Victoria & Alfred Waterfront when the breeze blows, curling the nostrils of those dining at terraced restaurants trading in more palatable scents like herbs and garlic. Cape fur seals haul themselves onto the pontoons beneath the waterfront’s walkways and collapse their huge, beanbag-esque mass across the decks just yards from the restaurants in this most popular part of town.

Related: 'Africa's Tate Modern' – Cape Town’s Zeitz-Mocaa gallery opens

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Wimbledon vs The World Cup: The style verdict

Two of the summer’s biggest sporting events wrapped this weekend. From Jordan Pickford channelling the Queen to Floella Benjamin’s blue shades, who brought it home in the style stakes?

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Ready for this jelly: how Kylie Jenner kickstarted the #jellynails Instagram craze
The 90s continue to dictate the summer’s fashion and beauty trends – which is why everyone wants transparent nails that look like jelly shoes or Jolly Ranchers

In the world according to Instagram, fingernails are the new canvases, and nail technicians (as well as teenagers in bedrooms) are the new generation of artists. The hashtag #nailart has had close to 50m posts, and, in the fickle world of beauty trends, fingernail crazes are easily the most fleeting fads of bodily adornment. We have had furry nails, terrifyingly pointy “stiletto nails” and nails resembling teeth, duck’s feet and 3D bubbles.

But “jelly nails” – transparent hues reminiscent of 90s jelly shoes, or Jolly Ranchers – had lain semi-dormant as a trend until seven days ago, when Kylie Jenner posted a snap of fluoro-pink translucent acrylic nails. Now, there are 4,000 #jellynails posts, and this seems likely to be the nail trend of the summer. “To create jelly nails, a technician paints the nail area opaque, then adds translucent acrylic extensions to make them look like see-through sweeties,” explains Emma Zentner of Boom Nails, a London-based nail company with 13,000 followers on Instagram.

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An old flame: a return trip to the beaches and mountains of Çirali, Turkey

This low-key south-coast village with family-friendly beaches, natural rock fires, mountain walks and fantastic food proved just as special on a second visit

The second time you visit an area is always a test. You are presumably going back because you enjoyed it the first time. Will the second visit live up to expectations? We were first recommended Çirali, on the Turkish coast south of Antalya, by a friend who had lived in Kardamyli in Greece. It was apparently very similar: a beautiful but low-key resort, surrounded by mountains and lots to explore. He was right: we loved it.

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ICC crime of aggression comes into effect without key signatories

UK lobbied for delay in law under which leaders could be prosecuted for going to war

A crime of aggression, under which politicians and military leaders can be held individually responsible for invasions and other major attacks, comes into force at the international criminal court, reviving global legal powers last exercised at the Nuremburg and Tokyo war crimes trials of the 1940s.

Claims alleging that armed force has been used against the “sovereignty, territorial integrity or political independence” of another state can, from Tuesday, be taken to the tribunal in The Hague.

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Zika and health cuts blamed for rise in baby death rates in Brazil

Increase is a blow for country once lauded for improvements in child health, as figures worsen for first time since 1990

The number of children dying in their first year of life has risen in Brazil for the first time since 1990.

It’s a worrying setback for a country once seen as a model of poverty reduction.

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Lava 'bomb' crashes through roof of boat in Hawaii, injuring tourists

More than 20 hurt, including woman with broken leg, after lava from Kilauea volcano shot out of ground

An explosion caused by lava oozing into the ocean has sent molten rock crashing through the roof of a sightseeing boat off Hawaii’s Big Island, injuring 23 people.

The “lava bomb,” which burst from the water near the boat as molten rock poured into the ocean, landed on the roof of the vessel and crashed into the seating area, said Hawaii County Fire Department Battalion chief, Darwin Okinaka.

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Putin rejects UK's 'ungrounded accusations' over novichok poisoning

President says London has not provided evidence to back up claims that Moscow was behind poisoning of four people – one fatally

Vladimir Putin has accused Britain of making baseless allegations against Russia over the former Soviet spy and three other people poisoned, one fatally, with the novichok nerve agent in Salisbury.

Asked in a Fox News interview about the British government’s assertion that Moscow was behind the novichok attack on the former spy Sergei Skripal, Putin said London had not provided any evidence to back up the claim.

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Genetically modified babies given go ahead by UK ethics body

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics says changing the DNA of a human embryo could be ‘morally permissable’ if it is in the child’s best interests

The creation of babies whose DNA has been altered to give them what parents perceive to be the best chances in life has received a cautious green light in a landmark report from a leading UK ethics body.

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics said that changing the DNA of a human embryo could be “morally permissible” if it was in the future child’s interests and did not add to the kinds of inequalities that already divide society.

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Russian woman charged with spying for Moscow by 'infiltrating' NRA

Maria Butina, 29, met US politicians and candidates to establish ‘back channels’ and secretly reported to Kremlin, DoJ alleges

A Russian woman has been charged with spying for Moscow in the US by infiltrating the National Rifle Association (NRA) in an attempt to influence the Republican party and American politics.

Maria Butina, who purported to be a pro-gun activist, met American politicians and candidates to establish “back channels” and secretly reported back to the Kremlin through a high-level Russian official, according to the US justice department.

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Alarm for Netflix as shares plummet on worse-than-expected subscriber growth

Second-quarter results show company missed forecasts by 1m subscribers, which analysts describe as a ‘near-term gut punch’

Netflix, the streaming giant behind hits like The Crown and Stranger Things, missed its own forecasts by more than a million subscribers, sending its shares down sharply.

The company second-quarter results, announced on Monday, spooked investors and suggested the company’s explosive subscriber growth may now be slowing. Netflix shares fell 14% to $346.05 in after-hours trading in New York.

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New Caledonia referendum: call to reject 'colonising power' France

Pacific island will change its name and flag to become world’s newest nation if independence vote in November passes

The time has come for New Caledonia to throw off “colonising power” France and take its place on the world stage, the head of the country’s independence coalition has said on a visit to Australia ahead of a referendum to be held in November.

New Caledonian independence from France was inevitable and a “question of dignity” for the nation’s indigenous Kanak people, said Daniel Goa, spokesperson for the independence movement Front de Libération Nationale Kanak et Socialiste (FLNKS).

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Residents in tourism hotspots have had enough. So what's the answer?

Tourism brings money and jobs to cities – but can also damage residents’ day-to-day lives, culture and heritage. Here are some solutions

How do you solve a problem like tourism? It employs hundreds of millions of people, buoys entire industries – but can tear apart the very cities that benefit from it, alienating residents and causing irreversible damage to their culture and heritage.

Protests across Europe have spurred talk of “responsible tourism” and forcing the sector to factor in sustainability, but the problem is already at such a scale that doing anything about it seems akin to turning around a cruise liner.

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‘My brain feels like it’s been punched’: the intolerable rise of perfectionism

The pursuit of perfection, taken to extremes, can lead to OCD and depression – and the number of students reporting the problem has jumped by 33% since 1989

Tom Nicol thought he had a problem with sleep. He could never get enough. He took “a very disciplined, stripped approach” to his routine. He drank water only at premeditated times, ate according to schedule, avoided caffeine, exercised (but not close to bedtime) and shut down all screens at 9pm. Nicol, a PhD student, was recounting this long list of sleep settings to his student counsellor after yet another bad night, when she told him: “You have perfectionism.”

“I’m not good enough to have perfectionism,” Nicol replied.

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The turbulent life of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq

Launched in 1932 the school has spent almost a century uncovering Iraq’s ancient treasures, including the spectacular Assyrian capital at Nimrud

On a dark November day in 1929, the nascent British School of Archaeology in Iraq launched its appeal for funds. Central Hall in Westminster was packed to overflowing and the audience was treated to a lantern slide show of recent discoveries in Iraq, followed by a long list of speakers, including the Archbishop of Canterbury and Lady Astor, Britain’s first female MP. Presiding as chairman was Major-General Sir Percy Cox. After the first world war, Cox had served as the first High Commissioner of Iraq at the beginning of British Mandate rule, and it was in this role that he had come to be friends with Gertrude Bell.

The British School of Archaeology in Iraq (BSAI) was Gertrude Bell’s idea and she was the reason for this gathering of the great and good. Famous as a traveller and writer, and deeply tangled in the politics of mandated Iraq and the wider Middle East, Bell’s primary passion throughout her life was archaeology. When she died in 1926 she left £6,000 with the trustees of the British Museum to be used to found the BSAI.

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What the new photo of the Thai cave boys tells us about their ordeal

The boys gather around a portrait of Saman Kunan, who died in the rescue attempt. Their expressions show a deep recognition of the overwhelming spirit of altruism that saved them

Where are the fists raised in triumph? Where are the big front-page grins? A photograph released by the Thai health ministry of the 12 boys rescued against all odds from the depths of the flooded Tham Luang cave is a picture editor’s nightmare and a human marvel. Instead of raucous celebration, this is a picture about memory and mourning. In an age with the attention span of a US president, these boys can see beyond the amnesia of happy endings.

They are gathered with respect around a portrait of Saman Kunan, who died in the otherwise successful effort to save them. Kunan, a former navy Seal, was placing spare oxygen in underwater passages when his own air ran out. In the photograph, the children and teenagers he died for show their unfeigned understanding of the scale of his sacrifice. Not a single face reveals a hint of a false note. Amid the relief and joy of a rescue beyond what seemed possible, here is an image of absolute truth. Yes, it was a success, but a man is dead. His portrait is cherished by those he helped to save with a sincerity that cuts through the routine dishonesty of our time.

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Croatia's real World Cup star? The president in the stands

Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic saw all but one game at her own expense while sporting a national team shirt

She wore the team shirt and cheered as Croatia faced France in a thrilling World Cup final on Sunday. Later, soaked by the rain, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic smiled in defeat and hugged every player from both teams as the winners were given their medals.

By the end of the day, it was the Croatian president who had emerged as her country’s star of the tournament. Mediatoolkit, a Zagreb-based analytics company, found 25% more focus on her in news stories about the final than any of the players on the pitch, including the Golden Ball award winner, Luka Modric, as well as Ivan Perišic and Mario Mandžukic.

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From Fortnite to Love Island: how the ‘fight to the death’ defines our times

From books and films to TV shows and video games, the last-man-standing trope is massively popular. Is it a reflection of our dog-eat-dog free-market ideology?

You are dropped on to a remote island with only your wits. You are going to have to scavenge weapons, ammunition, first-aid kits and the like, while 99 other people do the same. And then, at some point, the shooting will start, because this is a contest of elimination. As the old Highlander movies had it, there can be only one. The last person left alive wins the game. Welcome to the battle royale.

Such is the basic idea behind the staggeringly popular “Battle Royale” version of the world-beating video game Fortnite, which has 40m players logging in every month, and grossed $223m in March of this year alone. Its success has inspired a slew of other battle-royale games, including a mode in the forthcoming instalment of the juggernaut Call of Duty franchise. A fight to the death among many contestants, until one victor emerges, is also the setup of the Hunger Games trilogy of books and films (from 2008), in which 24 young people from the poverty-stricken Districts are selected every year as “tributes”, to participate in an obsessively televised fight to the death, for the enjoyment of the decadent inhabitants of the Capitol.

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Police in south India accused of mass murder after shooting dead protesters

Eleven people protesting over pollution from a copper plant have been killed by police in Tamil Nadu in south India

Another person has been shot dead during violent protests in south India against a copper plant operated by a British mining giant residents say is polluting the local environment.

Opposition politicians in the state of Tamil Nadu have accused the police of committing mass murder against protesters opposed to the expansion of a copper smelting facility in the port city of Thoothukudi.

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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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Maasai herders driven off land to make way for luxury safaris, report says

Tanzanian government accused of putting indigenous people at risk in order to grant foreign tourists access to Serengeti wildlife

The Tanzanian government is putting foreign safari companies ahead of Maasai herding communities as environmental tensions grow on the fringes of the Serengeti national park, according to a new investigation.

Hundreds of homes have been burned and tens of thousands of people driven from ancestral land in Loliondo in the Ngorongoro district in recent years to benefit high-end tourists and a Middle Eastern royal family, says the report by the California-based thinktank the Oakland Institute.

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Honduran dam protesters face trial in ongoing crackdown against defenders

The ‘Jilamito Five’ are the latest to be caught up in battles over land and natural resources, that have seen more than 130 defenders killed since 2009

The suspects pray together on a concrete podium opposite the courthouse where they face criminal charges. Their alleged misdemeanour: “land invasion” during a protest against the construction of a dam. A guilty verdict could bring a jail term of up to four years.

If that seems harsh, then it’s because this is Honduras, where hundreds have been jailed and scores killed for environmental activism over the past decade. The accused – a teacher, hardware-store owner, farmers and the newly elected municipal mayor – are opposed to a dam on the Jilamito river in the tropical region of Atlántida. The authorities are hoping a prosecution will enable them to clear a makeshift community blockade in the remote hilly pastures so construction can begin.

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Putin says Russia has never interfered with US internal affairs – video

Russian president, Vladimir Putin, says his summit with Donald Trump is the beginning of Russia's path back from isolation and he denies state-sanctioned Russian interference in the US election.

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Lava 'bomb' crashes through roof of Hawaiian tourist boat – video report

Dramatic video shows an explosion caused by lava spraying out  the ocean off Hawaii's Big Island. A ball of molten rock was catapulted on to a nearby sightseeing boat and burnt a hole in its roof. At least 23 people were injured, with one woman seriously hurt with a broken leg 

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Novak Djokovic beats Kevin Anderson in Wimbledon final – video highlights

It took Novak Djokovic five minutes to break Kevin Anderson’s serve, but he could not break his admirable spirit over two hours and 19 minutes in a Wimbledon final memorable for the South African’s dogged but doomed fightback. 

Anderson was troubled early in the match by a sore right elbow, but Djokovic suffered too, swearing at the crowd as his frustrations consumed him before he secured his 13th grand slam title, his fourth at Wimbledon, winning 6-2, 6-2, 7-6

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Trump arrives in Helsinki for meeting with Putin – video

Large rallies have taken place on the streets of the Finnish capital as US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive in Helsinki. Trump will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin for talks on Monday.

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Pussy Riot claim responsibility for World Cup final pitch invasion - video

The Russian protest performance group 'Pussy Riot' has claimed responsibility for invading the pitch during the World Cup Final in order to bring attention to Russia's lack of political competition and police impunity

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Epping Forest fire tackled by more than 225 firefighters – video

A grass fire that ripped through Wanstead Flats on the outskirts of east London has affected over 100 hectares of land. The London Fire Brigade said more than 225 firefighters were needed to dampen the ground and beat down the flames. There was no immediate risk to nearby property. 

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Police and football fans clash in Paris after France's World Cup victory – video

Minor clashes between French police and football fans have taken place in Paris after France beat Croatia 4-2 in the World Cup final. Thousands of fans partied on Paris' Champs-Élysées to celebrate the victory but some fans could be seen throwing projectiles towards police, resulting in teargas being used

Paris celebrates win as one million fans fill Champs-Élysées

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'Crispy pork with rice': rescued Thai boys reveal food cravings - video

In their first video interviews, the 12 boys rescued from the Tham Luang caves on 9 July say they are strong now, grateful for the help and support they have received, and would like to eat sushi and steak

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French players invade Didier Deschamps's press conference - video

After France's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final, many of the players invaded their manager's press conference, chanting his name and showering him with drinks

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Dog swimming and the Gion festival: Tuesday's top photos

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world

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The World Cup colour chart – a photographic journey

Looking back at the highs and lows of Russia 2018 via a rainbow of imagery, from Gareth Southgate to France lifting the trophy

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Swan upping on the Thames: counting the Queen's birds – in pictures

This week marks the annual stocktake of the crown’s swans on the River Thames, known as swan upping. The process of counting the swans on the river and identifying them as belonging to the Queen or one of the two City livery companies that also have rights to them – has been carried out since the 12th century, when the birds were so prized for their meat that all wild swans in England were appropriated as property of the crown. The pomp, finery and techniques of swan upping would be familiar to the villagers who looked on centuries ago

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Diana's landmine legacy helps reclaim swaths of Angola – in pictures

21 years on, the Angolan province Diana visited is within months of being declared clear of unexploded ordnance. Yet the country’s dream of being mine-free by 2025 is still far off

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Nightcrawling with Kerouac, Ginsberg and the beatniks – in pictures

A new book of photographs by Burt Glinn – featuring a recently discovered essay by Jack Kerouac – captures the beat generation in all their jazz-heavy, late-night glory

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The French national football team's victory parade – in pictures

France celebrated their second World Cup win on 15 July, 20 years after their maiden triumph. They overcame the passionate Croatian side 4-2 in one of the most gripping finals in recent history

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Fashion-Show: Bikini-Model stillt Baby auf dem Catwalk
Bei einer Bademoden-Show präsentierte das Model Mara Martin ihren goldenen Bikini mit Kind an der Brust. Die Reaktionen darauf waren nicht nur positiv, sondern sorgen für Diskussionen um stillende Mütter in der Öffentlichkeit.
Luftfahrtmesse im Farnborough: Boeing und Airbus sichern sich Milliardenaufträge
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Güllekrise: Nitrat im Grundwasser - Umwelthilfe verklagt Bundesregierung
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Umschwärmter Planet: Zwölf neue Jupitermonde entdeckt
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Mönchengladbach: Polizistin totgefahren - fast drei Jahre Haft für Lkw-Fahrer
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David Solomon: Goldman Sachs bekommt neuen Chef
Die wichtigste Investmentbank der USA steht vor einem Führungswechsel. David Solomon, zurzeit die Nummer zwei bei Goldman Sachs, folgt auf Lloyd Blankfein.
Kampf gegen Zigarettenkonsum: Paris verhängt Rauchverbot in städtischen Parks
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Gerichtsurteil in Köln: Ehemaliger Förderschüler erhält Schadensersatz
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Migration: Spanien ist neues Hauptziel für Flüchtlinge
Die Zahl der Migranten, die in Italien ankommen, ist deutlich gesunken. Dafür gewinnt die westliche Mittelmeerroute an Bedeutung. Bis Mitte Juli sind etwa 18.000 Menschen über Nordafrika nach Spanien gelangt.
NSU-Prozess: Anwälte beantragen offenbar Freilassung Wohllebens
Ist Ralf Wohlleben bald ein freier Mann? Offenbar haben seine Anwälte beantragt, den NSU-Unterstützer aus der Haft zu entlassen. Das Oberlandesgericht München hatte ihn zu zehn Jahren Haft verurteilt.
Geologie: Forscher entdecken zehn Billiarden Tonnen Diamanten
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Protest in Moskauer Kirche: Russland muss Pussy Riot Entschädigung zahlen
Russland hat die Menschenrechte von drei Pussy-Riot-Mitgliedern verletzt. Dafür stehen den Frauen nun mehrere Tausend Euro Schmerzensgeld zu. Das hat der Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte entschieden.
Brexit-Referendum: Wahlkampfkampagne "Vote Leave" zu Strafzahlung verurteilt
Illegale Zahlungen, mögliche Verstöße gegen Gesetze für faire Wahlen: Die Verantwortlichen der Wahlkampfkampagne für den EU-Austritt Großbritanniens müssen eine Geldstrafe zahlen - und es wird strafrechtlich ermittelt.
Fußball-Transfers: Kehrt Zidane zu Juventus zurück?
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Fanal gegen Trump: EU und Japan besiegeln ihr bislang größtes Handelsabkommen
Stärkeres Wachstum, neue Jobs, mehr Freiheit: Japan und Europa haben ein neues Handelsabkommen unterzeichnet - und ein klares Signal gegen Donald Trumps Zollpolitik gesendet.
Von Welle mitgerissen: Deutscher Urlauber auf Mallorca ertrunken
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Industriegigant in Not: Thyssenkrupp-Betriebsratschef warnt vor Zerschlagung
Der Industriekonzern Thyssenkrupp wankt, der Aufsichtsrat ist tief zerstritten. Der Chef des Betriebsrats fürchtet um die Sicherheit der Arbeitsplätze - und warnt schon vor dem Äußersten.
Urteil in Regensburg: Xavier Naidoo darf nicht Antisemit genannt werden
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Spaniens Ex-König: Geldwäschevorwurf gegen Juan Carlos
Spanische Medien haben brisante Tonaufzeichnungen veröffentlicht. Darin erhebt eine Frau Vorwürfe der Korruption und Geldwäsche gegen Ex-König Juan Carlos. Nun beschäftigt der Fall die Geheimdienste.
Ex-Katalanenpräsident: Puigdemont gründet neue Separatistenbewegung
"Nationaler Ruf nach der Republik": So heißt eine neue Bewegung in Katalonien, die sich für eine Unabhängigkeit von Madrid starkmachen soll. Einer der Gründer ist der ehemalige Regionalpräsident Carles Puigdemont.
Streamingdienst: Netflix enttäuscht Erwartungen
Mehr Nutzer, mehr Umsatz, mehr Gewinn - und trotzdem sind die Anleger enttäuscht: Netflix ist im zweiten Quartal nicht so stark gewachsen wie erwartet. Die Aktie fiel nachbörslich um mehr als 14 Prozent.
Universität in Darmstadt: Zwei Studenten bei Explosion verletzt
In einer Werkstatt der Technischen Universität Darmstadt ist aus bisher ungeklärter Ursache eine Batterie explodiert. Zwei Studenten erlitten leichte Blessuren. Es entstand ein Sachschaden von etwa 5000 Euro.
Hawaii: Ausflugsboot von Lava getroffen - 23 Verletzte
Vor der Küste von Hawaii hat eine "Lava-Bombe" ein Touristenboot getroffen. 23 Menschen wurden bei dem Vorfall verletzt.
Nach Flitzen bei WM-Finale: 15 Tage Haft für Pussy Riot-Mitglieder
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Frühe Menschheitsgeschichte: Archäologen entdecken ältestes Brot
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USA: 29-jährige Russin als Agentin angeklagt
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Treffen Putin Trump: "Der Ball liegt jetzt in Ihrem Feld!"
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Diskriminierungsvorwürfe: US-Behörde ermittelt gegen Uber
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Wegen angespannter Beziehung: Frankreich schließt Handelsvertretung in Moskau
Auf einem Bankkonto habe es illegale Beschlagnahmungen gegeben: Eine wichtige französische Handelsvertretung in Moskau hat deshalb ihre Arbeit eingestellt, doch das dürfte nicht der einzige Grund gewesen sein.
Streit mit Aktionären: Thyssenkrupp-Aufsichtsratschef Lehner tritt zurück
Im Streit mit Aktionären will jetzt auch der Aufsichtsratschef von Thyssenkrupp, Ulrich Lehner, sein Mandat niederlegen. Zuvor hatte der Vorstandsvorsitzende Hiesinger überraschend das Unternehmen verlassen.
 
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