SilentIdea 4.0: o mais completo gerador de mensagens subliminares para fins de desenvolvimento pessoal. Agora, contando com recursos de apoio ao estudo de idiomas.
Conheça a nova versão com muito mais recursos. Clique aqui para fazer o download e testá-lo gratuitamente.
Notícias dos principais jornais nacionais e internacionais num só lugar

Folha de S.Paulo - Em cima da hora - Principal

Primeiro jornal em tempo real em língua portuguesa
Anglo American recebe autorização para prospectar cobre ao norte do Brasil
A mineradora Anglo American obteve centenas de autorizações neste mês para prospecção de cobre em uma região remota ao norte do Brasil, disseram autoridades locais, em momento em que o crescente mercado de veículos elétricos e a escassez de projetos de mineração aquecem a demanda pelo metal. Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h56)
Funcionário da OAS diz a Moro que foi convocado para obra no sítio de Lula
O encarregado de obras da OAS Misael de Jesus Oliveira disse ao juiz Sergio Moro na tarde desta segunda-feira (18) que foi convocado por seu gerente para fazer uma reforma no sítio atribuído ao ex-presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT), em Atibaia (SP). Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h55)
Fernanda Gentil deixa de participar de programa nesta segunda após comer camarão e passar mal
Escalada para cobrir a Copa do Mundo diretamente da Rússia, Fernanda Gentil, 31, teve um imprevisto neste domingo (17). Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h30)
Temer diz que pesquisa que mostrou baixa popularidade 'não é verdadeira'
O presidente Michel Temer afirmou nesta segunda-feira (18) que a última pesquisa Datafolha, que o apontou como o presidente mais impopular desde a redemocratização do país, ?não é verdadeira?. Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h24)
Livro indica alimentos para manter a saúde mental
Divulgação
Neurologista apresenta alimentos que ajudam a prevenir diversas doenças ligadas ao cérebro como autismo e Alzheimer
Em livro, neurologista apresenta diversos alimentos que ajudam a prevenir diversas doenças ligadas ao cérebro
Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h22)
Atacante que queria ser Messi vira titular na Argentina e jogará com ídolo
Há um vídeo de Cristian Pavón, 22, quando tinha dez anos. Após ganhar um torneio de Córdoba, sua cidade natal, ele foi perguntado como jogava. Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h19)
Bombeiros localizam corpos em queda de helicóptero em MG
Os corpos do piloto e de um empresário que estavam no helicóptero que caiu na noite de sábado (16) em Espírito Santo do Dourado, no sul de Minas, foram encontrados carbonizados pelos bombeiros na manhã desta segunda (18). 

Por volta das 10h, foi encontrado o corpo do piloto Luiz Gustavo Araújo Soares, 39, e, uma hora depois, o corpo de Márcio Bissoli, 50, em meio aos destroços da aeronave. Os corpos serão encaminhados ao Instituto Médico Legal de Belo Horizonte. Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h16)
Tradição da Fifa ameaça sucesso do VAR
A Copa está mostrando jogos emocionantes, mas um grande astro não está correspondendo. Anunciado como a novidade deste Mundial, a esperança de reduzir o impacto do apito no resultado, o VAR (árbitro assistente de vídeo, em tradução livre) vem tendo uma atuação irregular. Mas a responsabilidade é menos dele do que do técnico -o árbitro-, [...] ... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h15)
Inglaterra sofre, mas vence a Tunísia com dois gols de Harry Kane
Foi suado, mas a Inglaterra estreou com vitória na Copa de 2018 com dois gols de Harry Kane Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h11)
Meirelles elogia legado do governo Temer e não vê sua candidatura em risco
O ex-ministro da Fazenda Henrique Meirelles (MDB) elogiou nesta segunda-feira (19) o legado do governo Temer e disse que não vê a sua pré-candidatura à Presidência da República em risco. Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h03)
Suspender tabela de frete lançará país no caos, diz ANTT
A ANTT (Agência Nacional de Transportes Terrestres) defendeu a existência da tabela mínima de frete, com base no princípio da dignidade da pessoa humana, e argumentou que a suspensão do tabelamento "lançará o país no mesmo caos em que se encontrava dias atrás". Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 17h03)
Com contas bloqueadas, Dolly fecha fábrica e demite funcionários
Com as contas da empresa bloqueadas após ser acusado de sonegar R$ 4 bilhões em impostos, a fabricante de refrigerantes Dolly informa nesta segunda-feira (18) que decidiu fechar sua fábrica em Tatuí, no interior de São Paulo, e demitir 700 funcionários.  Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 16h55)
Cidade sede da Copa conclui base reforçada para mísseis nucleares
?Há sempre um raio da morte ou uma praga intergaláctica prestes a acabar com esse miserável planetazinho. O único jeito de essas pessoas viverem suas vidas felizes é não saberem nada sobre isso!? Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 16h50)
Uruguai se opõe a Brasil e Argentina em acordo com União Europeia
A continuidade das tratativas com a União Europeia para a assinatura de um acordo comercial opôs membros do Mercosul na cúpula de presidentes dos países do bloco, nesta segunda-feira (18), na região metropolitana de Assunção, no Paraguai.
 
De um lado, Brasil e Argentina fizeram a defesa de prosseguimento das negociações que já se arrastam há 20 anos, frente a um Uruguai crítico à aliança e a favor da retomada de conversas em bloco com a China. 
 
Reservadamente, autoridades dos dois maiores países do bloco afirmam que para fechar o acordo com a União Europeia é necessário apenas o ajuste de questões políticas.
 
?Não estamos obrigados a perder tempo em negociações eternas?, afirmou o presidente do Uruguai, Tabaré Vázquez, em sua fala na cúpula. ?Precisamos de capacidade técnica, mas acompanhada de vontade política real?, acrescentou.
 
Vázquez comparou acordo da União Europeia com o Japão, que levou, segundo ele, um ano. ?Quando se quer, se pode.?
 
Ao falar, logo depois do uruguaio, Temer rebateu e defendeu a associação com os europeus. ?Se me permite a ponderação, acho que não devemos abandonar a ideia dessa aliança do Mercosul?, afirmou o brasileiro. 
 
?Nós sabemos que na política econômica nem tudo se resolve de um dia para o outro ou de um ano para o outro. É provável que alguns países tiveram, quem sabe, rapidez para fazer essas composições?, comparou Temer.
 
O discurso da vice-presidente argentina, Gabriela Michetti, seguiu a mesma linha de Temer.
 
No fim do encontro, o Mercosul divulgou um comunicado em que citam ?importantes esforços? no âmbito das negociações da União Europeia ?para a assinatura de um Acordo de Associação Birregional, demonstrando seu compromisso e vontade integracionista em cada etapa do processo, especialmente desde outubro de 2016, oportunidade em que ambos os blocos decidiram intercambiar ofertas de acesso a mercados?.
 
A reunião desta segunda marca a transferência da presidência pro tempore (rotativa) do bloco do Paraguai para o Uruguai e foi antecedida de discussões econômicas e comerciais entre os países membros e associados.
 
Neste domingo (17), os chanceleres dos países membros também discutiram sobre a falta de avanço na tentativa de negociação de um acordo com a União Europeia. Aloysio Nunes, ministro das Relações Exteriores brasileiro, minimizou o problema.
 
Diante do empasse, os ministros Jorge Faurie (Argentina) e Rodolfo Nin Novoa (Uruguai) sugeriram que o bloco priorizasse o retorno de negociações com a China. 
 
Temer chegou nesta segunda às 10h na sede da Conmebol em Luque, cidade vizinha a Assunção, onde acontece o evento. Foi recebido pelo presidente do Paraguai, Horacio Cartes.
 
Mauricio Macri, da Argentina, enfrenta uma crise econômica que levou a uma série de demissões no governo e faltou à cúpula.
 
O Mercosul, atualmente, tem como membros efetivos Brasil, Argentina, Paraguai e Uruguai. A Venezuela está suspensa do bloco e a Bolívia é um país em processo de adesão.
Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 16h45)
Melancólico, longa russo 'Dovlatov' tem belos momentos visuais
Rating
Leia mais (06/18/2018 - 16h41)

Jornal do Brasil - Últimas Notícias

As ultimas notícias do Jornal do Brasil
Pessoa de maior credibilidade, mas não conversei com ele, diz Marina sobre Freire
Unresolvable
Conselheiro do TCE nega ligação com morte de Marielle
Unresolvable
Quase impossível vice de Alckmin ser do PSDB, diz Marconi Perillo
Unresolvable
PF acha 3 quilos de cocaína em catálogos de moda no aeroporto
Unresolvable
Trump eleva o tom e reafirma polêmicas medidas contra migrantes
Unresolvable
Justiça condena Marcos Valério a 16 anos e 9 meses de prisão no mensalão mineiro
Unresolvable
Deputado finlandês condenado por agressão sexual a colega
Unresolvable
Milhares de moradores continuam fugindo de combates na cidade iemenita de Hodeida
Unresolvable
Kane faz dois e evita tropeço da Inglaterra sobre a Tunísia
Unresolvable
Vulcão de Fogo continua ativo com sete explosões por hora na Guatemala
Unresolvable
Thiem vence Youzhny na estreia em Halle; Federer abrirá campanha nesta terça
Unresolvable
Leilão do monotrilho da linha-15 é adiado em SP
Unresolvable
Bélgica joga para o gasto e derrota estreante Panamá na Copa do Mundo
Unresolvable
Preços do petróleo sobem a poucos dias de reunião da Opep
Unresolvable
Kane faz dois e evita tropeço da Inglaterra sobre a Tunísia
Unresolvable
Com dois de Harry Kane, Inglaterra derrota Tunísia por 2 a 1 na estreia
Unresolvable
Alckmin defende urgência de reformas e celebra RenovaBio
Unresolvable
Promotoria arquiva inquérito de caixa dois na campanha de Mercadante
Unresolvable
Giovanna Ewbank volta à TV para apresentar o 'Superbonita'
Unresolvable
Deputados do Canadá aprovam legalização da maconha
Unresolvable
Fechamento dos grãos de soja em Chicago
Unresolvable
Inglaterra vence Tunísia (2-1) nos acréscimos na estreia da Copa do Mundo
Unresolvable
Etanol cai em 14 Estados e no DF na semana passada; preço recua 1,14% no País
Unresolvable
Kane marca nos acréscimos e Inglaterra estreia com vitória suada sobre a Tunísia
Unresolvable
Alckmin afina alianças do PSDB com PSD em jantar na casa de Kassab
Unresolvable
Inglaterra vence Tunísia (2-1) nos acréscimos na estreia da Copa do Mundo
Unresolvable
Aposta na manutenção da Selic avança e juros futuros fecham em queda
Unresolvable
ELN espera que negociação de paz avance com novo governo colombiano
Unresolvable
Filha de Chris Cornell divulga cover de 'Nothing Compares 2 U' com o pai
Unresolvable
Corinthians aguarda exames para anunciar a contração do lateral Danilo Avelar
Unresolvable

Estadao.com.br - Últimas manchetes

Últimas manchetes do Estadao.com.br

Portada de EL PAÍS

Portada de EL PAÍS
Así te hemos contado la entrevista a Pedro Sánchez, el presidente del Gobierno
Sánchez muestra su voluntad de acabar la legislatura y de trasladar los restos de Franco del Valle de los Caídos
La renuncia de Feijóo agudiza la guerra por la sucesión de Rajoy en el PP
"No puedo fallar a los gallegos porque sería también fallarme a mí mismo", dice el presidente de Galicia
Pablo Casado anuncia su candidatura a liderar el PP con una crítica a Feijóo: “Yo sí quiero ser presidente”
El exministro García-Margallo confirma que también aspira a presidir el partido
La nueva vida comienza con una tarjeta telefónica
Tras un naufragio, una travesía de ocho días por mar y un desembarco multitudinario, los pasajeros del Aquarius empiezan de cero con un corte de pelo y una camiseta nueva
Urdangarin cumplirá su pena en la celda que ocupó Roldán
El cuñado del Rey ingresa en la prisión de Brieva, en Ávila
Trump critica a la UE y Alemania por sus políticas migratorias
El presidente dice que la ola de refugiados ha cambiado la “cultura” europea y se jacta de la crisis del Gobierno alemán
El Rey defenderá el libre comercio frente al proteccionista Trump
Felipe VI recordará al inquilino de la Casa Blanca que España tiene déficit comercial con Estados Unidos
Harry Kane ya es un ‘nueve’ mundial
El ariete, hasta ahora exitoso en su país, reclama protagonismo con los dos goles de Inglaterra frente a una Túnez demasiado defensiva
El cambio de muda de Hierro
El técnico español, obligado a colgar el traje y ponerse el chándal, explica cómo ha intentado “empatizar” con un vestuario “que te analiza en cinco minutos”
Patti Smith: “Si solo pudiera quedarme con una cosa, sería con la literatura”
Pionera del 'punk rock', redobla su apuesta por la narrativa con ‘Devoción’, “una investigación sobre lo que significa ser artista”
Sabina cancela los cuatro conciertos restantes de su gira ‘Lo niego todo’
El cantante sufrió una afonía el sábado en su recital en el WiZink Center de Madrid
La OMS saca la transexualidad de la lista de enfermedades mentales
La nueva clasificación incluye como trastrono la adicción a los juegos digitales
EE UU anuncia una sexta división del Ejército: la Fuerza Espacial
Trump considera la exploración del cosmos una cuestión de seguridad nacional: "No queremos que China, Rusia y otros países nos lideren"
El Everest, un vertedero en el techo del mundo
Tiendas fluorescentes, material de escalada y hasta excrementos. En 2017, los alpinistas en la vertiente nepalesa recuperaron cerca de 25 toneladas de desechos sólidos y 15 toneladas de residuos humanos
El último misterio del DNI español
Esta es una reflexión que vino a raíz de unas cañas, que es donde se unen las dos Españas

Corriere.it - Homepage

Corriere.it - Notizie e approfondimenti di cronaca, politica, economia e sport con foto, immagini e video di Corriere TV. Meteo, salute, guide viaggi, Musica e giochi online
Salvini: «Censimento dei rom», poi si corregge. Di Maio: «La Costituzione lo vieta»

Salvini: «Censimento dei rom», poi si corregge. Di Maio: «La Costituzione lo vieta»

Il ministro dell’Interno ha chiesto un dossier sui nomadi, gli irregolari andranno «espulsi» con accordi fra Stati. «I rom italiani purtroppo te li devi tenere a casa».

Salvini e il censimento dei rom: si può fare in Italia? Domande e risposte

Salvini e il censimento dei rom: si può fare in Italia? Domande e risposte

Il precedente del 2008 di Maroni e la censura del Parlamento Europeo. In Italia vivono almeno 120mila nomadi, il 43% dei quali sono di cittadinanza italiana

Migranti, Conte vede Merkel: «Se non si cambia, addio al trattato di Schengen» Video 

Migranti, Conte vede Merkel: «Se non si cambia, addio al trattato di Schengen» Video 

La cancelliera tedesca accetta la scadenza dettata dal ministro dell’Interno: svolta europea entro il vertice di fine giugno o via al programma di respingimenti. Trump: «Gli Usa non diventeranno un campo profughi come da voi»

Stadio della Roma, la sindaca Virginia Raggi convocata di nuovo in procura  Bonafede: «Lanzalone? L’ha scelto lei»

Stadio della Roma, la sindaca Virginia Raggi convocata  di nuovo in procura  Bonafede: «Lanzalone? L’ha scelto lei»

Virginia Raggi è attesa in procura dove sarà nuovamente sentita come testimone dai magistrati che indagano sulla vicenda della costruzione del nuovo stadio della Roma

Bussetti, neo ministro della Pubblica Istruzione «Noi in giudizio contro  i genitori violenti»

Bussetti,  neo  ministro della Pubblica Istruzione «Noi in giudizio contro  i genitori violenti»

Il nuovo ministro: noi parte civile nei processi. Telefonini? «Decide ogni scuola». L’Invalsi «deve restare». Dubbi sul numero chiuso a Medicina: non dobbiamo perdere i ragazzi

«No al bonus cultura,  i 18enni rinuncino a un paio di scarpe»: studenti contro il ministro

«No al bonus cultura,  i 18enni rinuncino a un paio di scarpe»: studenti contro il ministro

Dopo la bocciatura in Consiglio di Stato, il governo gialloverde vuole eliminare i 500 euro distribuiti a pioggia da Renzi a tutti i 18enni. Gli studenti, nonostante le critiche a questa misura poco democratica, definiscono inaccettabili le parole del ministro

Lo zucchero fa male? Ecco  la dose giornaliera massima  (e come leggere le etichette)

Lo zucchero fa male? Ecco  la dose giornaliera massima  (e come leggere le etichette)

Un giovane a Macron: «Come va Manu?». Il presidente non gradisce e gli dà una lezione

Un giovane a Macron: «Come va Manu?». Il presidente non gradisce e gli dà una lezione

Il capo dell’Eliseo: «È una cerimonia ufficiale, chiamami signor presidente»

Il turista più stupido del mondo: cerca di accarezzare un leone

Il turista più stupido del mondo: cerca di accarezzare un leone

Durante un safari nel parco del Serengeti, in Africa

Corona-Mughini, rissa in diretta tv: «Ti compro e ti metto in giardino»

Corona-Mughini, rissa in diretta tv: «Ti compro e ti metto in giardino»

A «Non è l’Arena» la lite tra il paparazzo e il giornalista

Il salto spettacolare di Larissa: 6.38 a Rieti. E mamma Fiona May festeggia così

Il salto spettacolare di Larissa: 6.38 a Rieti. E mamma Fiona May festeggia così

Nessuna in Italia aveva mai saltato così alla sua età

Bimbo fa cadere un scultura in hotel, i genitori ricevono un conto di 130mila euro

Bimbo fa cadere un scultura in hotel, i genitori ricevono un conto di 130mila euro

È successo a Kansas City, in America

Rissa sull’aereo tra due passeggeri (uno ubriaco): pugni, camicie strappate e le hostess a separarli

Rissa sull’aereo tra due passeggeri (uno ubriaco):  pugni, camicie strappate e le  hostess a separarli

Su un volo della All Nippon Airways dal Giappone diretto a Los Angeles

21. Amori & disamori

21. Amori & disamori

Sparatoria a Malmoe  in un locale: almeno  cinque persone ferite

Sparatoria a Malmoe  in un locale: almeno  cinque persone ferite

È avvenuto dentro un internet cafè dove un gruppo di clienti stava festeggiando la vittoria della Svezia ai Mondiali, esplosa una ventina di colpi con un'arma automatica.

Russia: infezioni Hiv  in aumento, 1 milione  di persone contagiate  

Russia: infezioni Hiv  in aumento, 1 milione  di persone contagiate  

Non ci sono campagne di prevenzione e per alcuni, come i gay, sono vietate per legge. Non ci sono controlli obbligatori (come in stato di gravidanza) e nemmeno farmaci

Onu: «Inaccettabile separare figli e genitori» Nelle gabbie: le foto E Melania Trump punge Donald

Onu: «Inaccettabile separare figli e genitori» Nelle gabbie: le foto E Melania Trump punge Donald

La first lady fa sapere tramite la sua portavoce: «Abbiamo bisogno di vivere in un Paese che segua tutte le leggi ma anche che governi con il cuore»

Maroni, condanna a un anno  per l’incarico  alla collaboratrice

Maroni,  condanna a un anno  per l’incarico    alla  collaboratrice

L’ex governatore lombardo riconosciuto colpevole per l’imputazione di «turbata libertà del procedimento di scelta del contraente» nel conferimento di una poltrona in Eupolis, società della Regione, alla sua ex collaboratrice al Viminale

Animali uccisi, Durnwalder deve risarcire lo Stato di 570 mila euro

Animali uccisi, Durnwalder deve risarcire lo Stato di 570 mila euro

L’ex presidente della Provincia di Bolzano e un dirigente riconosciuti colpevoli di aver emanato circa 100 decreti senza motivo. La reazione: «Sentenza politica, ricorrerò alla Corte europa dei diritti dell’uomo»

Rider, per ora niente decreto Tavolo con aziende sul contratto

Rider, per ora niente decreto Tavolo con aziende sul contratto

Il ministro del Lavoro Di Maio incontra le imprese delle consegne a casa: «Senza accordo tra le parti interverremo con la nostra norma». Poi rilancia sulla stretta per i contratti a termine

Fintech, la spinta delle banche Arriva la «app» per risparmiare

Fintech, la spinta delle banche Arriva la «app» per risparmiare

Intesa Sanpaolo in Oval Money. Barrese: le startup non sono una minaccia

Aggredì giornalista, 6 anni  di carcere per Roberto Spada «Aggravante mafiosa» Il video

Aggredì giornalista, 6 anni  di carcere per Roberto Spada «Aggravante mafiosa»  Il  video

Riconosciuta l’aggravante mafiosa. La Procura di Roma aveva chiesto una condanna ad 8 anni e 9 mesi per Roberto Spada per l’aggressione ad un giornalista della Rai, Daniele Piervicenzi e al cameraman, Edoardo Anselmi

Sören, il punk del tweet di Salvini: «Io, ribelle, vivo nel marciume»

Sören, il punk del tweet di Salvini: «Io, ribelle, vivo nel marciume»

Corsico, l’omicida: «Dava fastidio alla mia compagna» Foto

 Corsico, l’omicida: «Dava fastidio alla mia compagna» Foto

In manette Fabrizio Butà, 47 anni, l’uomo che ha confessato di aver ucciso sabato sera a Corsico, con 12 colpi di pistola, il 57enne senegalese. Arrestata anche la fidanzata 36enne dell’uomo, accusata di favoreggiamento

«Sei più stupido che nero». Lo striscione di Forza Nuova contro Mario Balotelli

«Sei più stupido che nero». Lo striscione di Forza Nuova contro Mario Balotelli

Lo striscione esposto a Brescia dopo le parole del calciatore sul tema dell’immigrazione: «Dopo aver ostentato per anni la propria esuberanza e ricchezza, oggi si sforza di rivalutare la sua immagine cavalcando il personaggio paladino dei migranti»

Imprenditore italiano ucciso  con la moglie  in Colombia Foto

Imprenditore italiano ucciso  con la moglie   in Colombia Foto

Cinque colpi di pistola sparati da un killer davanti a un ristorante: le vittime sono Roberto Gaiottino, 44 anni, originario del Canavese, e Claudia Dominguez

Terremoto in Giappone: a Osaka 4 morti e 200 feriti. Tra loro una bimba di 9 anni, schiacciata a scuola

Terremoto in Giappone: a Osaka 4 morti e 200 feriti. Tra loro una bimba di 9 anni, schiacciata a  scuola

Scossa di magnitudo 6.1. Il bilancio provvisorio è di 4 morti e più di 200 feriti. Una bambina di nove anni schiacciata dal crollo di un muro di cemento della sua scuola

Roma, Cassia bis: suicida si lancia da cavalcavia, cade su furgone che va fuori strada

Roma, Cassia bis: suicida si lancia da cavalcavia, cade su furgone che va fuori strada

Drammatico incidente stradale lunedì mattina sulla Cassia bis. L’autista ha colpito la suicida scaraventandola sulla corsia opposta ma ha anche perso il controllo del veicolo: è stato ricoverato al Policlinico Gemelli in prognosi riservata

Lascia cane chiuso in auto per ore, denunciata per maltrattamenti

Lascia cane chiuso in auto per ore, denunciata per maltrattamenti

È accaduto a Jesolo: un giovane lo aveva visto al mattino, mentre si recava al mare. E nel pomeriggio era ancora lì. Salvato dagli agenti che poi hanno denunciato la padrona

Terremoto Marche, intascavano contributi casa senza diritto: indagati 120 falsi residenti a Camerino

Terremoto Marche, intascavano contributi casa senza  diritto: indagati 120  falsi residenti a Camerino

Operazione della Gdf su illecite richieste per ottenere il «Contributo di autonoma sistemazione» per un totale di oltre 500 mila euro di contributi indebitamente percepiti

Lorys avrebbe compiuto 12 anni Il padre: «Sento  il tuo abbraccio»

Lorys  avrebbe compiuto 12 anni Il padre: «Sento  il tuo abbraccio»

Il padre del bambino ucciso il 29 novembre 2014 pubblica una lettera aperta per ricordare il figlio: «Voglio che tutti sappiano la verità, nel tuo nome». Veronica Panarello, la madre di Lorys, è stata condannata a 30 anni in primo grado per l'omicidio

Attivista lgbt minacciata di morte: «Pedala che ti arriva un colpo di pistola»

Attivista lgbt minacciata di morte: «Pedala che ti arriva un colpo di pistola»

La denuncia di Cathy La Torre, avvocata, attivista lgbt, ed ex consigliera comunale di Bologna: «Ecco il "buongiorno" che ho ricevuto stamani. Ho paura e sto andando alla Digos perché si fa chiaro riferimento alle mie abitudini»

Donatella Versace: «Alleanze per il nostro gruppo? Perché no?» English version

Donatella  Versace: «Alleanze per il nostro gruppo? Perché no?» English version

Parla Donatella: Il polo della moda mai nato? Parlo con tutti, non ostacolerei il dialogo. Il mercato è dei giovani che sono infedeli, ma captano il nuovo. E cercano qualcuno che racconti loro una storia, come abbiamo fatto noi con quella di Gianni. La Borsa? Più importante preparare il futuro. Ci vorrebbe un ministro del nostro settore

Cambridge Analytica è rinata? La misteriosa Data Propria (che già lavora con Trump)

Cambridge Analytica è rinata? La misteriosa Data Propria (che già lavora con Trump)

Nella società lavorano quattro persone che prima erano nell'azienda travolta dallo scandalo: secondo Ap sarebbero già impegnati per la rielezione di Trump alla Casa Bianca. Il numero uno nega, ma intanto Data Propria collaborerà con i Repubblicani nelle elezioni di mid-term

Thomas Markle in tv: «Ho detto a Harry di non alzare mai le mani contro Meghan»

Thomas Markle in tv: «Ho detto a Harry di non alzare mai le mani contro Meghan»

Il padre della neo duchessa del Sussex alla trasmissione inglese "Good Morning Britain"

Il cognato del Re in carcere Sconterà 5 anni per frode

Il cognato del Re in carcere Sconterà 5 anni per frode

Nel 2017 Inaki Urdangarin era stato riconosciuto colpevole di aver deviato fondi pubblici per 6 milioni di euro. Martedì scorso la corte d’appello gli aveva comminato 5 anni e 10 mesi di prigione

«A Kabul saremo libere scrivendo» Così reagiscono alla violenza

«A Kabul saremo libere scrivendo» Così reagiscono alla violenza

Riunite in associazione, si ispirano a Rabia Balkhi, una delle prime poetesse persiane che fu condannata a morte dal re, suo fratello, per essersi innamorata di uno schiavo

Cinghiali fra i cassonetti a Monte Mario, la foto-denuncia del Pd E Martina: «Raggi si dimetta»

Cinghiali fra i cassonetti a Monte Mario, la foto-denuncia del Pd E Martina: «Raggi si dimetta»

L’immagine postata su Twitter: «I cinghiali banchettano in mezzo ai rifiuti, a pochi passi da due scuole aperte per i campi estivi». E il segretario reggente del Nazareno: «Città allo sbando, la responsabilità è della sindaca»

Con l’elicottero privato in un parcheggio per auto per visitare la Valle dei Templi

Con l’elicottero privato in un parcheggio per auto per visitare la Valle dei Templi

Il video di Mareamico postato sui social è diventato virale. L’episodio avvenuto domenica 17 giugno. «Una vicenda gravissima - commenta Mareamico nel post su Facebook -. Alcuni pensano che avendo del denaro possano fare tutto ciò che gli viene in mente».

Noemi Carrozza, oggi l’autopsia della nuotatrice sincronizzata

Noemi Carrozza, oggi l’autopsia della nuotatrice sincronizzata

Nell’inchiesta il pm procede per omicidio stradale ma solo per un fatto tecnico: esclusi impatti con altri veicoli. Perizie medico legali e tecnica sul motorino per chiarire le cause dell’incidente

Terza perizia psichiatrica per Mattia Del Zotto,  il killer del tallio Foto|Video

Terza perizia psichiatrica per Mattia Del Zotto,  il killer del tallio Foto|Video

In aula il 27enne è apparso un po’ «assente». Presente anche la zia sopravvissuta all’avvelenamento: è apparsa ancora molto provata fisicamente, dopo sei mesi trascorsi in ospedale, ma lo perdona: «È mio nipote»

Milano, la banda del tapis roulant Prese le ladre della Centrale Foto

Milano, la banda  del tapis roulant Prese le ladre  della Centrale Foto

La polizia ferroviaria ha arrestato una coppia di borseggiatrici bosniache. Le due seguivano i passeggeri in Stazione Centrale, sceglievano le prede «pescando» preferibilmente tra i turisti stranieri, ed entravano in azione

Cremona, anziano decapitato dall'ascensore montato in casa

Cremona, anziano decapitato dall'ascensore montato in casa

Un anziano è morto decapitato sotto gli occhi della nuora nella sua casa di Fiesco, nel Cremonese, dove aveva fatto montare un ascensore per raggiungere il primo piano

Olanda, minibus investe la folla al festival PinkPop: un morto, 3 feriti

Olanda, minibus investe la folla al festival PinkPop: un morto, 3 feriti

È accaduto a Landgraaf alle prime luci dell’alba. Il conducente si è dato alla fuga. Alla manifestazione assistono ogni anno decine di migliaia di persone

Mondiali 2018, Inghilterra-Tunisia 2-1Doppio Harry Kane scaccia la paura

Mondiali 2018, Inghilterra-Tunisia 2-1Doppio Harry Kane scaccia la paura

La vittoria arriva al 91’ grazie al centravanti del Tottenham, protagonista con una doppietta. I nordafricani avevano trovato il momentaneo pari su rigore

Mondiali 2018: le emozioni dei tifosi sugli spalti

Mondiali 2018: le emozioni dei tifosi sugli spalti

A Sochi è spettacolo al Fisht Stadium: la formazione centramericana contro il BelgioA Sochi è spettacolo al Fisht Stadium: la formazione centramericana contro il Belgio

Diletta Leotta e Chiara Ferragni: relax e remise en forme nelle spa di lusso

Diletta Leotta e Chiara Ferragni: relax e remise en forme nelle spa di lusso

Due delle donne più seguite sui social hanno passato alcuni giorni, a pochi chilometri di distanza, in due resort con centro benessere deluxe. Ecco i segreti della loro forma fisica

Dal trench al foulard di seta, 25 pezzi chic e senza tempo

Dal trench al foulard di seta, 25 pezzi chic e senza tempo

Le mode passano, ma il classico vince sempre. Gli evergreen da acquistare o da cercare nell’armadio della mamma

Don Mazzi replica a Corona: «Inventa tutto, ha la capacità satanica di manipolare la verità»

Don Mazzi replica a Corona: «Inventa tutto, ha la capacità satanica di manipolare la verità»

L’intervento in radio a “Non Stop News”, il programma di Rtl 102,5, dopo le pesanti accuse che Fabrizio Corona ha rivolto in tv al sacerdote durante l’Arena di Massimo Giletti

Ilva, spunta Calenda in motorino: «Se Emiliano sta più sereno stiamo un pezzo avanti»

Ilva, spunta Calenda in motorino: «Se Emiliano sta più sereno stiamo un pezzo avanti»

L’ex ministro dello Sviluppo Economico si era fermato davanti al ministero per salutare Rinaldo Melucci, sindaco di Taranto

Torino, Doc di «Ritorno al Futuro» gira uno spot per la Fiat 500

Torino, Doc di «Ritorno al Futuro» gira uno spot per la Fiat 500

Il leggendario attore americano compare sul set in stile anni CinquantaL’attore è tornato a vestire i panni di Emmet Brown, l’inventore della macchina del tempo protagonista della fortunata serie di film degli anni ‘80 a fianco di Michael J.Fox

Mihajlovic allenatore dello Sporting Lisbona: accordo per tre stagioni

Mihajlovic allenatore dello Sporting Lisbona: accordo per tre stagioni

Il serbo va in Portogallo dopo le numerose esperienze in Italia, l’ultima a Torino

Calciomercato,Napoli: a breve l’addio di Sarri. Inter, ora Nainggolan e caccia a Dembelé

Calciomercato,Napoli: a breve l’addio di Sarri. Inter, ora Nainggolan e caccia a Dembelé

Chelsea disposto a pagare l’indennizzo agli azzurri per l’allenatore, la Lazio pronta a tesserare Sprocati, Proto e Durmisi. Roma, Pastore da definire

L’enigma del «manoscritto Voynich», senza soluzioni (da 600 anni)

L’enigma del «manoscritto Voynich», senza soluzioni (da 600 anni)

Ritrovato nel 1912 dal collezionista Wilfrid Voynich, conservato all’università di Yale, è scritto in una lingua (finora) sconosciuta

«Finita l’era dei dischiMeglio andare in tour»

«Finita l’era dei dischiMeglio andare in tour»

A 90 anni Burt Bacharach continua a girare il mondo«Compongo ancora: così sto con i piedi per terra»

Il regno dell’elettronica

Il regno dell’elettronica

Da Thom Yorke ai dj star, 140 show su 10 palchiFesta per una musica che vale 7 miliardi di dollari

Trump fa un errore di ortografia in un tweet (e il dizionario lo corregge)

Trump fa un errore di ortografia in un tweet (e il dizionario lo corregge)

Ha confuso «border» e «boarder», un errore da prima elementare che non è passato inosservata al Merriam-Webster

La regina Elisabetta in carrozza con Carlo a Camilla

La regina Elisabetta in carrozza con Carlo a Camilla

La regina Elisabetta ha partecipato alla cerimonia per l’ordine dei cavalieri di Garter, al castello di Windsor, con Carlo e CamillaLa regina Elisabetta ha partecipato alla cerimonia per l’ordine dei cavalieri di Garter, al castello di Windsor, con Carlo e Camilla

Abito floreale, spacco: Meghan protagonista con Harry al matrimonio della nipote di Diana (ma rischia lo scivolone)

Abito floreale, spacco: Meghan protagonista con Harry al matrimonio della nipote di Diana (ma rischia lo scivolone)

Il Duca e la Duchessa di Sussex al matrimonio della nipote di Lady: per Meghan abito a fiori con spacco. Ma rischia di finire per terra

Walter Sabatini alla Sampdoria: è il nuovo direttore tecnico

Walter Sabatini alla Sampdoria: è il nuovo direttore tecnico

Dopo l’addio all’Inter il dirigente riparte da Genova, Ferrero: «Sono orgoglioso di lavorare con lui»

Mondiali 2018, Croazia: Kalinic rimandato a casa per problemi fisici

Mondiali 2018, Croazia: Kalinic rimandato a casa per problemi fisici

L’attaccante del Milan si è rifiutato di entrare in campo alla fine di Croazia-Nigeria spiegando di avere mal di schiena. Il c.t. Dalic: «Era successo lo stesso in amichevole»

Mondiali, nuovo record per l’Islanda Per la partita in tv share del 99,6%

Mondiali, nuovo record per l’Islanda Per la partita in tv share del 99,6%

Ascolto record in occasione del match con l’Argentina finito 1 a 1. E l’autore del gol twitta: «L’altro 0,4% era in campo!»

Nuovo busto per CR7 all’aeroporto di Madeira

Nuovo busto per CR7 all’aeroporto di Madeira

Il campione fa sostituire la versione precedente, che aveva suscitato un’ondata di scherno e ilarità in Rete Il campione fa sostituire la versione precedente, che aveva suscitato un’ondata di scherno e ilarità in Rete

YouTube Music arriva in Italia: cinque differenze con Spotify 

YouTube Music arriva in Italia: cinque differenze con Spotify 

Il portale di proprietà di Google lancia nel nostro e in altri 11 Paesi la sua app per l'ascolto di canzoni in streaming. Ecco in cosa si differenzia da quella degli svedesi

Share The Road: la sfida Ford per mettere d’accordo auto e bici

Share The Road: la sfida Ford per mettere d’accordo auto e bici

Uno scambio virtuale dei ruoli per fa capire agli uni e agli altri a quali pericoli si va incontro senza una convivenza stradale consapevole

Pagelle scolastiche, i videogiochi perfetti da regalare

Pagelle scolastiche, i videogiochi perfetti da regalare

I videogiochi rappresentano uno dei regali più ambiti fra i giovanissimi (e non solo). Quale modo migliore di festeggiare una buona pagella con un videogame o addirittura una nuova console?

Giorgio Armani, il doppiopetto è disinvolto (anche a petto nudo)

Giorgio Armani, il doppiopetto è disinvolto (anche a petto nudo)

Alleggerito e sportivo e magari abbinato agli shorts si porta tutti i giorni, non solo nelle occasioni formali. Con T-shirt o giletAlleggerito e aperto, con i pantaloni larghi, si porta persino in spiaggia. La sfilata della collezione uomo primavera-estate 2019

Irina Shayk a Milano per la sfilata di Dsquared2: capelli corti e frangetta

Irina Shayk a Milano per la sfilata di Dsquared2: capelli corti e frangetta

La modella è volata da New York per lo show di Dan e Dean Caten. Sarà la protagonista della nuova campagna del brandLa modella è volata da New York per lo show di Dan e Dean Caten. Sarà la protagonista della nuova campagna del brand

Milano Fashion Week 2018: tutti i vip in giro per la moda

Milano Fashion Week 2018: tutti i vip in giro per la moda

Diletta Leotta con trasparenze e Martina Colombari in bianco: showgirl, presentatrici e influencer si fanno notare con look eccentrici e provocanti

Zanzare, i rimedi contro le punture, dai cerotti alle trappole hi tech

Zanzare, i rimedi contro le punture, dai cerotti alle trappole hi tech

Tra cerotti e vestiti repellenti, vi raccontiamo gli ultimi rimedi contro i fastidiosi insetti tra app per smartphone e tv tech con ultrasuoni

Le creme solari ci proteggono davvero da ustioni e tumori?

Le creme solari ci proteggono davvero da ustioni e tumori?

L’avvicinarsi dell’estate ripropone i dubbi su come difendersi da un’eccessiva esposizione solare. Occorre scegliere i prodotti giusti e applicarli nel modo corretto, oltre ad essere informati sui rischi che si corrono: tumori della pelle, in aumento, inclusi. L’abbronzatura non è vietata, ma è un «gioco» in cui bisogna seguire regole precise.

L’ombrellone in condivisione (con una app), gli auricolari impermeabili: la tecnologia che semplifica l’estate

L’ombrellone in condivisione (con una app), gli auricolari impermeabili: la tecnologia che semplifica l’estate

Dai sensori per la tintarella alla maschera subacquea che posta le foto in Rete, stare sotto l’ombrellone diventa sempre più comodo e rilassante grazie al digitale

Altro che Mondiali: ecco il freestyler di Parigi che fa sognare

Altro che Mondiali: ecco il freestyler di Parigi che fa sognare

Si chiama Iya Traorè e si esibisce tutti i giorni sulla terrazza del Sacre Coeur

Auto: i 5 liquidi da controllare, altrimenti...

Auto: i 5 liquidi da controllare, altrimenti...

I livelli troppo bassi (ma anche troppo alti) possono causare danni gravi alla vettura, quindi prevenire è meglio che curare

Tennis: Federer si riprende lo scettro di n. 1, Fognini e Giorgi n.1 in Italia

Tennis: Federer si riprende lo scettro di n. 1, Fognini e Giorgi n.1 in Italia

Dopo il breve interregno di Nadal lo svizzero vince a Stoccarda (gli sarebbe bastata la semifinale) e lo stacca nuovamente di 150 punti. Terzo Sacha Zverev. Cecchinato n. 28

Larissa, un altro salto record «Che strano battere la mamma»

Larissa, un altro salto record «Che strano battere la mamma»

Fiona May: ho urlato sugli spalti, ora capisco come si sentiva mia madre

Cinque errori da non fare quando si cucina il riso

Cinque errori da non fare quando si cucina il riso

Vecchi e nuovi politici, le stesse cattive abitudini

Vecchi e nuovi politici, le stesse cattive abitudini

Pomeriggio prima degli esami, martedì 19 giugno alle 16.15 la diretta con Gramellini e Marcolongo

Pomeriggio prima degli esami, martedì 19 giugno alle 16.15 la diretta con Gramellini e Marcolongo

Mandate le vostre domande alla pagina Facebook del Corriere

Tema maturità 2018, le tracce della prima prova: i consigli per prendere 15 punti

Tema maturità 2018, le tracce della prima prova: i consigli per prendere 15 punti

Consigli, scommesse e possibili temi che ci saranno nella prima prova di mercoledì mattina

Maturità, prima prova: «Scegliete la traccia del tema giusta per voi»

Maturità, prima prova: «Scegliete  la traccia  del tema giusta per voi»

I consigli di Mattia Conti, giovane autore emergente («Di sangue e di ghiaccio»), per non farsi prendere dalla fretta e dall’ansia: «Valutatele tutte, da quella scelta dipende la buona riuscita o meno del vostro tema»

Il «Maturando disperato» che spopola su Instagram. A 22 anni

Il «Maturando disperato» che spopola su Instagram. A 22 anni

Dietro il profilo Instagram da 58 mila follower, un 22enne capace di intercettare ansie e paure dei maturandi e dei loro genitori

Alzheimer, ritratti di esistenze Le cartoline di Ferdinando Scianna

Alzheimer, ritratti di esistenze Le cartoline di Ferdinando Scianna

Il fotografo Ferdinando Scianna ha incontrato malati e familiari in vista dell’Alzheimer Fest. Qui alcuni scatti. Su » gli articoli e

«Ho la sciatica»: verità e falsi miti di un dolore che molti conoscono

«Ho la sciatica»: verità e falsi miti di un dolore che molti conoscono

La sciatica è un dolore lungo il nervo sciatico che, dalla colonna lombare, passa attraverso il gluteo e scende lungo la parte posteriore della gamba. È causata dalla compressione di una radice nervosa del nervo sciatico. Il professor Maurizio Fornari, responsabile di Neurochirurgia presso l’ospedale Humanitas di Milano, ci aiuta a capire perché viene e come curarla

Hemingway e Welles a Ronda: odio reciproco e amore per la città andalusa. La guida ai luoghi segreti

Hemingway e Welles a Ronda: odio reciproco e amore per la città andalusa. La guida ai luoghi segreti

La questione dei «peli sul petto» e la passione per la perla della Sierra de las Nieves, tra la plaza de toros più grande e antica di Spagna, il meraviglioso Puente Nuevo, i vicoli che scendono negli abissi e il parco sospeso nel vuoto

Macedonia, storia amara di un nome che divide

Macedonia, storia amara di un nome che divide

La storica regione di Alessandro Magno e la disputa infinita tra Atene e Skopje

«Vergini giurate», donne libere  solo se diventano uomini Video

«Vergini giurate», donne libere  solo se diventano uomini Video

Nell’Albania rurale alcune femmine vivono da maschi, rinunciando al sesso,  per salvare la loro famiglia o acquisire diritti. Qui un video che ritrae quattro di loro

«La Lettura» va nel Messico di oggiE dà la parola ai grandi scrittori

«La Lettura» va nel Messico di oggiE  dà la parola ai grandi scrittori

Alla vigilia delle elezioni del 1° luglio, viaggio nel Paese sempre più stanco e teso  Poi Elizabeth Strout, André Aciman, Alessandro Piperno. Sui social: #vivalaLettura

Come si ricostruisce il seno dopo il tumore? Le tecniche più innovative

Come si ricostruisce il seno dopo il tumore? Le tecniche più innovative

Le diverse modalità, più o meno conservative, per avere il miglior risultato estetico

Crown, l’app che trasforma il dating in un gioco

Crown, l’app che trasforma il dating in un gioco

Creata da Match Group, lo stesso operatore di Tinder, sceglie 16 proposte di possibili utenti che possono piacerci e poi inizia la selezione a colpi di esclusione. L’«incoronato» potrà poi decidere se scriverci o no

Non chiamateli (solo) videogiochi: Sea of Solitude è una riflessione sulla solitudine

Non chiamateli (solo) videogiochi: Sea of Solitude è una riflessione sulla solitudine

Presentato durante la conferenza E3 di Electronic Arts, l’avventura in terza persona di Jo-Mei Games mostra l’altra faccia del medium, quella più introspettiva e matura

Milo Manara, l’eros oltre l’eros Impegno e sfida alle convenzioni

Milo Manara, l’eros oltre l’eros Impegno e sfida alle convenzioni

In edicola con il «Corriere della Sera» la seconda uscita della serie dedicata  al disegnatore. Nella sua arte, tra storia e avventura, il sesso non è mai fine sé stesso - Trenta opere per raccontare l’universo dell’artista 

NYT > Home Page

Asia and Australia Edition: Japan, Immigration, World Cup: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Trump Repeats Falsehood That Democrats Are to Blame for Separating Migrant Families
In a series of Twitter posts on Monday, the president also railed against Europe’s immigration issues, especially in Germany, as his own policies come under enhanced scrutiny and criticism.
German Leaders Delay Migration Showdown, Seeking Solution in E.U.
Leaders of allied conservative parties in Germany agreed to a two-week cooling period in a migration standoff, avoiding a government collapse, for now.
Fact Check: Trump’s False and Misleading Claims About Crime and Immigration in Germany
The president suggested Chancellor Angela Merkel’s migration policy was responsible for rising crime and causing Germans to turn against their leaders.
‘I Can’t Go Without My Son,’ a Mother Pleaded as She Was Deported to Guatemala
As a growing number of families are separated as part of the Trump administration’s attempt to control illegal immigration, some parents are being deported before recovering their children.
In Texas Governor’s Race, Lupe Valdez Faces Resistance From Fellow Democrats
Ms. Valdez is a Latina, a lesbian and the Democratic nominee for governor. But some activists on the left say she’s not worthy of their support, particularly because of her record on immigration.
U.N. Rights Chief Tells U.S. to Stop Taking Migrant Children From Parents
Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, cited the president of the American Association of Pediatrics, saying the practice is “government-sanctioned child abuse.”
Trump Picks Economic Winners, Guided by Nostalgia
By creating an industrial policy that largely looks to the past, Mr. Trump differs from his predecessors.
Tariffs on $50 Billion in Goods? China Can Take the Hit
The trade measures President Trump is imposing will do little to hurt China’s growth, though they could add to Beijing’s problems down the road.
How Apple’s Tim Cook Became Tech’s Top Diplomat
Caught in the trade fight between Washington and Beijing, Mr. Cook, the company’s chief executive, has become something of an envoy while trying to protect Apple’s business in China.
Feature: How ‘Desus & Mero’ Conquered Late Night
The comedic duo has made it big by offering what few other shows can: a decidedly black perspective.
A Renewed View of Some of the World’s Oldest Trees
After a three-year restoration project, the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias in Yosemite National Park has reopened, with less asphalt and more concern for the health of the trees.
England’s World Cup Soap Opera Arrives Right on Time
Harry Kane scored two goals, including one in stoppage time, as heavily favored England won, 2-1, over Tunisia.
The Bugs of Volgograd: England-Tunisia Match Attracts Pests
Mosquitoes and other tiny insects leave World Cup players and fans waving their arms futilely in front of their faces.
On Soccer: For Germany, a Defeat Both Stunning and Foreboding
Mexico wrote its plan for victory over Germany six months ago. That it worked, that the Germans were that predictable, should set off alarms.
The Perils of Having a Brazilian World Cup Baby
Going into labor when your entire country has eyes for nothing but soccer: Not recommended.
The Stone: The Pain and Promise of Black Women in Philosophy
Anita L. Allen spoke to George Yancy about the humiliations and triumphs that she and her trailblazing colleagues faced in their careers.
How Trump Corrupts the Rule of Law
The Obamacare challenge and the policy of terrorizing children at the border share a post-legal goal.
The Riddle of López Obrador
If victory is his, he will show the world that he is either a president for change or the strongman that many Mexicans fear.
What Happens When Prosecutors Break the Law?
Usually, nothing.
Mo Salah Gives Egyptians What We Need
It’s hard not to think of the Egyptian player’s promise against the disappointments of the 2011 revolution. We have a reason to cheer again.
Op-Ed Columnist: What Did the Romans Ever Do for Us?
Lessons for the Pax Americana from the Pax Romana.
The Racist Trope That Won’t Die
Long-held misperceptions of African-Americans continue to prove deadly.
Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street
Beyond the Battery and the Great White Way lies Broadway’s less-traveled northern stretch: Manhattan’s Inwood section. A walking tour and photo essay reveal its treasures.
Christo’s Latest Work Weighs 650 Tons. And It Floats.
For his first major outdoor work in Britain, the artist has assembled 7,506 barrels on a lake in Hyde Park, London. He wants the sequel, in Abu Dhabi, to be eight times as tall.
Lens: Revisiting the Images of Alfred Stieglitz’s Camera Work Magazine
Two photographers have spent years compiling a complete set of Camera Work, Alfred Stieglitz’s groundbreaking publication that helped shepherd photography into the art world.
Caster Semenya Will Challenge Testosterone Rule in Court
Semenya, a two-time Olympic champion, is trying to block a rule that seeks to limit the permitted testosterone levels in female athletes in races over certain distances.
Norman Pearlstine Named Editor of The Los Angeles Times
Mr. Pearlstine, a veteran of Time Inc., Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal, was appointed by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, who took ownership of the paper on Monday.
Texas Deputy Accused of Molesting 4-Year-Old and Threatening to Deport Her Mother
The authorities said the sheriff’s deputy, Jose S. Nunez, repeatedly sexually assaulted the daughter of a woman who entered the country illegally.
May Revives Promise of ‘Brexit Dividend’ for U.K. Health Service
The claim that leaving the European Union would free up money for health care, a potent argument during the referendum, was long ago dismissed as bogus.
Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler Arrested Over Diesel Scandal
Mr. Stadler, a member of Volkswagen’s management board, had been placed under formal investigation days earlier.
Erdogan’s Plan to Raise a ‘Pious Generation’ Divides Parents in Turkey
Seeking re-election, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hopes to leave a lasting imprint by opening thousands of religious schools, even as standards slip in public ones.
Supreme Court Sidesteps Decision on Partisan Gerrymandering
The decisions were a setback for critics of partisan gerrymandering, who had hoped that the Supreme Court would decide the cases on their merits and rule in their favor.
Deadly Tensions Rise as India’s Water Supply Runs Dangerously Low
Some 600 million Indians, about half the population, face high to extreme water scarcity conditions, with about 200,000 dying every year from inadequate access to safe water, says a government report.
New York’s Health Department Plans to Recommend Legalizing Marijuana
The policy caps an evolution in the stance of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who had called marijuana a “gateway drug,” but who now says “facts have changed.”
5 Cheap(ish) Things for Bike Commuting Bliss
Your stuff doesn’t need to be fancy but it does need to work well. These are our favorite picks.
Why You Can’t Really Trust Negative Online Reviews
Research suggests that people heed negative reviews more than positive ones — despite their questionable credibility.
Dealing With Impostor Syndrome When You’re Treated as an Impostor
Impostor syndrome is not a unique feeling, but some researchers believe it hits minority groups harder.
7 Ways to Keep Your Bedroom Comfortably Cool This Summer
When the summer heat really sets in, it’s tough to get a good night’s sleep. Here are a few tips to help you find some relief.
Posters, Banners, Boarding Passes: Museums Try to Get a Head Start on History
Curators across Europe are increasingly trying “rapid response collecting” to obtain items used in major events just after they happen.
For Experimental Jazz Group Onyx Collective, the Only Rule Is ‘No Rules’
The collection of downtown performers has been attracting listeners that don’t frequent traditional jazz sets, and bringing together like-minded artists.
Stephen Reid, Gentleman Bank Robber Turned Writer, Dies at 68
Mr. Reid, a member of the Stop Watch Gang, later found success as a writer, but he was never able to fully leave his past behind.
Fiction: The Merman of Her Dreams
In Melissa Broder’s novel, “The Pisces,” a depressed graduate student meets her fairy-tale prince — who happens to be half fish.
These Movies Haunted Me at the Human Rights Watch Festival
The strongest documentaries in this year’s edition of the annual event are also the most heartbreaking.
The New Health Care: Why the Medical Research Grant System Could Be Costing Us Great Ideas
Funding is harder to find in general, and the current approach favors low-risk research and proposals by older scientists and white men.
Trilobites: Listen to the Sounds of Narwhals That Have Been Elusive to Science
As melting ice opens east Greenland to petroleum prospectors and cruises, scientists are rushing to study the noises made by a remote population of toothed whales.
Addo Dispatch: Where Female Elephants Without Tusks Roam — and Poachers Stay Away
South Africa’s Addo elephant park has few females with tusks, a trait that has died off because of hunting but also keeps poachers away.
When the Bully Is a Doctor
Bullying among health care workers is far more common than we acknowledge.

World

The Washington Post World section provides information and analysis of breaking world news stories. In addition to our world news and video, Post World News offers discussions and blogs on major international news and economic issues.
As Merkel holds off collapse of her government, Trump tweets Europe made a ‘big mistake’ accepting migrants
The rebels within German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government who are seeking a tougher line on asylum seekers gave her two weeks to solve the problem.
Analysis: Trump says crime in Germany is way up. German statistics show the opposite.
Unresolvable
Former Israeli minister, who served time for smuggling ecstasy, accused of spying for Iran
Former energy minister Gonen Segev allegedly provided Iranian intelligence agents with sensitive information connected to Israel’s energy market and security sites.
Gazans challenge Israel’s high-tech defenses with flaming kites
The kites have destroyed nature reserves and agricultural plantations. As the number of kites has grown, Israel’s response has intensified.
DEA chief steps down, citing increasing challenges of temporary role
Robert W. Patterson had led the agency since October, when the previous acting DEA chief stepped down.
A man was crushed to death beneath his mother's coffin
Berta Kondorura's funeral was supposed to be an elaborate mixture of mourning and tradition-steeped celebration. Then tragedy struck.
‘No sense of urgency’: State Dept. slow to help American beaten and held in Vietnam, family says
William Nguyen is at the center of diplomatic efforts after Vietnamese police beat and detained him with no legal representation, his family said.
As Merkel holds on precariously, Trump tweets Germans ‘are turning against their leadership’ on migration
A clash between the chancellor and her interior minister is threatening to bring down her government. 
The U.S. government has opened a huge new facility in Taiwan, and China isn't happy
The new complex for the de facto U.S. Embassy in Taiwan is seen as a major sign of American commitment to Taiwan.
A man was crushed to death beneath his mother's coffin
Berta Kondorura's funeral was supposed to be an elaborate mixture of mourning and tradition-steeped celebration. Then tragedy struck.
‘No sense of urgency’: State Dept. slow to help American beaten and held in Vietnam, family says
William Nguyen is at the center of diplomatic efforts after Vietnamese police beat and detained him with no legal representation, his family said.
The U.S. government has opened a huge new facility in Taiwan, and China isn't happy
The new complex for the de facto U.S. Embassy in Taiwan is seen as a major sign of American commitment to Taiwan.
Trump says crime in Germany is way up. German statistics show the opposite.
Even Merkel's biggest domestic critic on immigration says Germany has become safer.
Facing outcry over family separations, DHS chief says, ‘We will not apologize’
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen pushes back at growing outrage over Trump’s border crackdown.
U.N. human rights chief calls Trump administration’s policy on migrant children ‘unconscionable’
Criticism comes as U.S. officials contemplate pulling out of U.N. rights panel over perceived anti-Israel bias.
Trump says crime in Germany is way up. German statistics show the opposite.
Even Merkel's biggest domestic critic on immigration says Germany has become safer.
Former Israeli minister, who served time for smuggling ecstasy, accused of spying for Iran
Former energy minister Gonen Segev was allegedly providing Iranian intelligence agents with sensitive information connected to Israel’s energy market and security sites.
Rohingya men in Bangladesh revel in the newfound right to wear pants
Restricted or forbidden in Myanmar, pants are becoming a social statement for male refugees.
Prince Harry said to 'give Donald Trump a chance,' according to Meghan Markle’s father
In a British television interview, Thomas Markle said Harry was an “interesting guy” and “easy to talk to” during their phone conversations.
Gazans challenge Israel’s high-tech defenses with flaming kites
The kites have destroyed nature reserves and agricultural plantations. The damage is not huge, but it has Israelis on edge. 
Is Trump gaslighting the world on North Korea?
Trump's certainty of success in Singapore is not shared by the majority of the American people.
A conservative ‘D.C. Colombian’ wins his country’s presidency. Peace may be the loser. 
Victory by Ivan Duque could upend a historic peace accord and change the course of the U.S.-backed drug war.
The Choco Pie dividend: South Korean firms are drooling at the prospect of business in the North
No one can predict when — or if — sanctions on Pyongyang will be eased. But companies in the South are busy preparing.
Jewish artifacts disappear from Damascus in fog of Syria war
Some precious items are reportedly surfacing abroad.
Border lake backdrops sealing of Greece, Macedonia name deal
Greece’s northern neighbor will be renamed North Macedonia to address long-standing appropriation concerns in Greece.
Taliban leaders reject Afghan government’s proposed cease-fire extension
After days of cordial mingling with the other side, the Taliban said it would resume fighting.
Saudi women on the front line of change
Reforms decreed by Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman are bringing unprecedented change to the lives of Saudi women — and also revealing how far the conservative kingdom has to go.
Filming Israeli soldiers in action could soon become a crime
If legislation proposed by members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s hawkish coalition is approved, filming Israeli soldiers and distributing those videos could carry prison terms of five to 10 years.
The Latest: Hungary asked to delay vote on ‘Stop Soros’ bill
The Latest on the immigration debate in Europe (all times local):
AP PHOTOS: European teams sweep Day 5 of World Cup
Day 5 of the World Cup was a European sweep.
Report says over 1 billion small arms in world, up from 2007
There are over 1 billion firearms in the world today, including 857 million in civilian hands — with American men and women the dominant owners, according to a study released Monday.
Turkey charges father of NBA’s Kanter as terror group member
A Turkish court has accepted an indictment charging the father of NBA player Enes Kanter with “membership in a terror group,” the country’s official news agency reported Monday.
Doubts loom over Colombia peace deal with hawk’s election
Uncertainty loomed over Colombia’s fragile peace deal on Monday with the victory of one of its most hawkish critics in a bruising presidential runoff that laid bare deep divisions in the South American nation as it emerges from decades of bloody conflict.
Shooting in Sweden leaves 5 men injured
Swedish police say several people have been injured after shots were fired in Sweden’s third-largest city Monday.

The Guardian

Latest international news, sport and comment from the Guardian
Donald Trump says US will not be a 'migrant camp'

President defends controversial practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the border

Donald Trump said the US would not be a “migrant camp” as his administration defended its controversial practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the border.

“The United States will not be a migrant camp and it will not be a refugee holding facility,” Trump said during remarks at the White House on Monday.

Continue reading...
UK to unveil details of plans for EU citizens who wish to remain

Ministers planning to publish ‘statement of intent’ on settled status scheme for UK’s 3.4 million EU citizens

The UK government will this week unveil the first details of the “settled status” immigration scheme that will apply to Britain’s 3.4 million EU citizens if they want to stay in the country after Brexit.

It is planning to publish a “statement of intent” on Thursday, which will be the first sight of the registration system that the former home secretary Amber Rudd has previously said would be “as easy as setting up an online account at LK Bennett”.

Continue reading...
Harry Kane double ensures England defeat Tunisia in World Cup opener

The clock had ticked past the 90-minute mark when the corner came in. Harry Kane was there. He had told us he wanted to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo with a hat-trick of goals. He managed only two but this, undoubtedly, was the biggest moment yet of his international career and suddenly England’s opening game of the World Cup had the happy ending it deserved.

Until that point, it had been threatening to be another case of the same old story and a familiar sense of deja vu. England, after all, had managed only five wins in their opening fixtures of either the World Cup or the European Championship since 1950.

Continue reading...
Archaeologists in Cambridgeshire find graves of two men with legs chopped off

Exclusive: men believed to be from late Roman or early Saxon period were found in pit being used as rubbish dump

The graves of two men whose legs were chopped off at the knees and placed carefully by their shoulders before burial have been discovered by archaeologists working on a huge linear site in advance of roadworks in Cambridgeshire.

The best scenario the archaeologists can hope for is that the unfortunate men were dead when their legs were mutilated. It also appears their skulls were smashed in, although that could be later damage.

Continue reading...
Leave those kids alone: 'helicopter parenting' linked to behavioural problems

Children with over-controlling parents aged two struggled to manage their emotions later in life, study finds

Children whose parents are over-controlling “helicopter parents” when they are toddlers, are less able to control their emotions and impulses as they get older apparently leading to more problems with school, new research suggests.

The study looked at to what degree mothers of toddlers dominated playtime and showed their child what to do, and then studied how their children behaved over the following eight years, revealing that controlling parenting is linked to a number of problems as a child grows up.

Continue reading...
Poland's de facto leader recovering from 'life-threatening situation'

Law and Justice party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski spent 37 days in hospital, officials say

Speculation is mounting about the long-term future of Poland’s ruling rightwing Law and Justice party (PiS), after senior government officials acknowledged that the party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who has not made a public appearance since April, was treated in hospital earlier this year for a “life-threatening situation”.

Kaczynski returned to work last week after spending 37 days in a Warsaw military hospital. His aides had long maintained that his absence had been due to arthritis in his knee, but on Friday the health minister, Lukasz Szumowski, told Polish radio that “Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s state of health was such that not accepting him to the hospital would have threatened his life, and therefore he was admitted in an acute manner”.

Continue reading...
'Space force': Donald Trump orders new branch of US military

Trump claims plan will keep US ahead in space race, prompting fears over militarisation of space

Donald Trump said on Monday he would direct the Pentagon to create a “space force” as a new branch of the US military to shore up American dominance in space.

Trump claimed that the plan will ensure that America, which plans a return to the moon and a mission to Mars, stays ahead of China and Russia in any new space race. But it is likely to raise fears over the militarisation of space and prompted a slew of Twitter parodies featuring Star Trek and Star Wars.

Continue reading...
Three graffiti artists killed by train at Loughborough Junction

Men believed to be in their 20s died at the scene, with spray cans found nearby

Three graffiti artists have been killed by a freight train on tracks in south-west London, prompting expressions of grief and disbelief from the city’s street art community.

British Transport Police (BTP) found the bodies of three men believed to be in their 20s after being called at 7.34am on Monday, when a train driver noticed them on tracks between Brixton and Loughborough Junction stations. Spray cans were found close by and officers were seen photographing graffiti as part of their inquiries.

Continue reading...
Civilians own 85% of world's 1bn firearms, survey reveals

Nearly 40% of all guns are in hands of US citizens, according to report that says rich countries hold more weapons than poorer nations

Latest statistics show the proliferation of privately owned guns is on the rise, with wealthy countries outstripping developing and war-torn countries.

In a detailed report, weapons watchdog the Small Arms Survey has researched the numbers of guns across 230 countries.

Continue reading...
French air traffic control 'causes third of Europe's flight delays'

Senate report says strikes and outdated ATC equipment cost airlines €300m a year

French air traffic control (ATC) causes one-third of flight delays in Europe each year, at a cost of about €300m (£263m) to airlines, according to a French parliamentary report.

Strikes by controllers and outages caused by antiquated equipment have been blamed for the disruption to aviation, the senate’s finance committee said.

Continue reading...
Five people wounded in Malmö shooting

Police say no reason for public to worry after shooting in Sweden’s third biggest city

Five people were wounded in a shooting in Sweden’s third biggest city Malmö but their condition was unknown, police said.

The incident happened just after 8pm on Monday night, the Swedish news agency TT said, quoting the city’s police department as saying: “There is no reason for the public to worry.”

Continue reading...
'It consumed my life': inside a gaming addiction treatment centre

As the World Health Organization classifies gaming disorder as a mental health condition, one UK treatment centre reveals how it is trying to tackle the problem

Ian* was in his 20s when he started gaming in the mid-1990s. A long-time interest in building PCs had developed into an initially healthy interest in first-person shooters like Counter Strike and Team Fortress, which he’d play at weekends and when he came home from work.

It was the online element of these games, he says, that really changed his relationship to gaming, and what started as a hobby quickly took over his life.

Continue reading...
'This is huge': black liberationist speaks out after her 40 years in prison

Exclusive: Debbie Sims Africa, the first freed member of a radical Philadelphia group many say were unjustly imprisoned, talks about reuniting with her son and defends the Move members still locked up: ‘We are peaceful people’

The first member of a group of black radicals known as the Move Nine who have been incarcerated, they insist unjustly, for almost 40 years for killing a Philadelphia police officer has been released from prison.

Debbie Sims Africa, 61, walked free from Cambridge Springs prison in Pennsylvania on Saturday, having been granted parole. She was 22 when with her co-defendants she was arrested and sentenced to 30 to 100 years for the shooting death of officer James Ramp during a police siege of the group’s communal home on 8 August 1978.

Continue reading...
Just chill: the museum of rebels that took Iceland by storm

Housed in an old herring factory, Reykjavík’s Living Art Museum was once treated with disdain and tottered on the verge of bankruptcy. Now it’s lauded for revitalising the entire country’s art scene

In a corner of Reykjavík’s Living Art Museum, a small stone tied in a net hangs precariously from the ceiling. The piece, likely dated from the 1970s, comes from the museum’s collection, although no one seems to know what it is, or who made it. “Maybe someone will recognise it tonight,” speculates the hopeful museum director and artist Þorgerður Ólafsdóttir, as an eccentric flock of locals starts to arrive. They are here for Pressure of the Deep, the non-profit’s 40th anniversary exhibition, which gathers works by 30 artists from the 1960s to the present day.

The Living Art Museum, locally known as Nýló (short for new art in Icelandic), was born in 1978 under the impulse of a group of radical artists who had grown frustrated with the National Gallery of Iceland’s lack of interest in their work. Their initial intention was rather pragmatic: to collect and preserve the works of their peers, particularly in the fields of performance and art publishing, so that they wouldn’t get lost or destroyed.

Continue reading...
The good men: inside the all-male group taking on modern masculinity

In the hometown of Jordan Peterson, the evangelist of white male resentment, a different and thoughtful men’s movement vies to be heard

On a warm Tuesday evening, a dozen men gathered on couches at a Lululemon location in Toronto called The Local. Since last year, as an experiment to reach more male customers, the store has been home to The Huddle, a male bonding group which meets Tuesday nights after closing to work out, run, or meditate.

But once a month, the men circle up to talk about, well, their feelings.

Continue reading...
Scientists scramble to stop bananas being killed off

British firm races to produce bananas resistant to fungus sweeping global plantations

A British company has joined the race to develop a banana variety resistant to diseases and climatic changes that threaten to disrupt the availability of the country’s favourite fruit – or even kill it off altogether.

The UK alone consumes more than 5bn bananas a year, while the fruit is a staple food in many poor countries and accounts for an export industry worth $13bn (£9.8bn) a year.

Continue reading...
The Tower Next Door: Living in the shadow of Grenfell

In June 2017 residents of the Silchester estate woke to discover Grenfell Tower engulfed in flames, witnessing a terrifying national tragedy unfolding on their doorstep. The tower bore a striking resemblance to their own. The victims were people they knew, people from all walks of life who, like them, made a home for themselves high up above the clamour of the city. Faced with an uncertain future, the residents of the tower next door are fighting to rebuild their community, and their place within it

Continue reading...
World Cup 2018: England beat Tunisia – in pictures

The best images from Volgograd Arena as Gareth Southgate’s side left it late to beat Tunisia 2-1

Continue reading...
Joachim Löw faces biggest test but is unlikely to tinker with tactics | Thomas Hitzlsperger
Germany are in a tight spot as they prepare to face Sweden in the World Cup on Saturday and their manager can be expected to change personnel rather than strategy

Make no mistake, Joachim Löw is facing his biggest test as Germany’s manager since taking the role 12 years ago. The defeat to Mexico was not only a surprise but also a big concern for a team who are not used to losing games at tournaments, certainly not at the very start. Germans are now waiting to see how Löw reacts before Saturday’s must-win game against Sweden.

Germany were outfought and outthought by Mexico. Physically they did not look 100% and simply could not cope with the approach of Juan Carlos Osorio’s side tactically. Mexico were perfect in that regard – they knew Germany like to play with high full-backs so decided to press high-up, targeting Toni Kroos in particular, as well as the two centre-backs, Mats Hummels and Jérôme Boateng. They man-marked Hummels at times to ensure he could not build play from the back, which led to Boateng, who was largely left alone, being the man who tried to get Germany going, but he does not have Hummels’ passing range or accuracy. So Germany lost the ball often and when they did, Mexico went for the kill. They scored once and should have scored more.

Continue reading...
Romelu Lukaku double ensures Belgium stroll to win against Panama

In the end, the gap was too great and reality got in the way. The Panama manager, Hernán Dario “Bolillo” Gómez, had warned there would be four possible outcomes in every game when they reached the World Cup for the first time in history: they could win, they could draw, they could lose, and they could be goleado: roundly defeated.

In Sochi, where more than 4,000 fans had travelled 7,200 miles, outnumbering Belgian supporters by four to one – and where the Russians in the stadium were on their side too, Panama resisted for a while, competed too, but succumbed. “Yes we can,” they had chanted but no, no, they couldn’t. A wonderful volley from Dries Mertens and two goals from Romelu Lukaku completed the beating.

Continue reading...
Russia ready to take historic World Cup step but tensions still run high | Andrew Roth

Victory over Egypt will put Russia on the brink of their first World Cup knockout game since the Soviet era, but the squad have not forgotten the widespread pre-tournament pessimism

It has been a long time since Russia’s national team have given their country something to cheer. But now a side billed as the worst in a generation stand on the verge of a minor piece of history.

Russia are one win away from something they have not done since the Soviet Union days: reaching the knockout stage in a World Cup.

Continue reading...
Forgotten man Falcao determined to make up for lost time with Colombia

The Monaco striker, at 32, has rediscovered his form and a belated chance to make his mark at the World Cup begins against Japan in Saransk

Images from the 2014 World Cup are seared into the mind and from Colombia’s point of view they invariably revolve around James Rodríguez , the poster boy who won the Golden Boot, scored the goal of the tournament with that sumptuous volley against Uruguay and broke down in tears on the pitch after his dream came to an end against Brazil in the quarter-finals.

Four years on and Rodríguez and Colombia are strutting back on to the global stage with those garish yellow shirts, only now there is another star in town. Welcome to the World Cup, Radamel Falcao.

Continue reading...
Croatia send reluctant substitute Nikola Kalinic home from World Cup
• Striker refused to come off bench against Nigeria
• Croatia manager says same thing happened in Brazil friendly

The Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic has been sent home from the World Cup after refusing to go on as a substitute against Nigeria.

Zlatko Dalic confirmed in a statement on Monday that the forward would be leaving the squad. The Croatia manager said Kalinic had claimed he was not fit to play when told to go on in Saturday’s Group D match, which Croatia won 2-0.

Continue reading...
Andreas Granqvist gives Sweden victory over South Korea after VAR intervention

There is a feeling with VAR that all it is doing is replacing one sort of controversy with another. In days gone by, Swedish fans would have railed against the non-award of a penalty for Kim Min-woo’s lunge on Viktor Claesson and the rest of the world would rapidly have forgotten and moved on. But now, in this happily technological age, South Korea fans can rail against the eventual award of a penalty for the same challenge as the rest of the world rapidly forgets and moves on.

Should it have been a penalty? Maybe. Janne Andersson, the Sweden manager, called it “crystal clear” while Shin Tae-yong, the South Korea manager, did not mount any argument. Kim’s challenge was forceful and followed through into the Krasnodar winger but he did seem to get a toe to the ball first. That makes the decision subjective and a judgment call for the Salvadoran referee Joel Aguilar.

Continue reading...
'Homophobic and not very clever': why puto chants haunt Mexican football

El Tri’s victory over Germany on Sunday was marred by alleged homophobic chanting. It’s a common trend across stadiums in the Americas

You can say this for Mexican soccer fans: they’ve managed to turn one of football’s least dramatic moments into one of its more controversial and offensive. The pattern is familiar. The opponent’s goalkeeper lines up a goalkick and the chant begins: “Ehhhh…” Then Mexican fans’ voices rise in unison until the kick prompts a cry of “puto!”

The term is homophobic slang for a male sex worker. And its use by fans at matches from Mexico City to California and now Russia continues to give Fifa and the Mexican federation headaches. On Monday, Fifa announced it has opened a disciplinary procedure against Mexico after the chants were heard during El Tri’s victory over Germany.

Continue reading...
A national Windrush Day? Theresa May has some nerve | Kehinde Andrews

Thousands of the very generation we are meant to be celebrating are facing hardship as a result of the prime minister’s policies

After years of campaigns for the recognition of the Windrush landing in 1948, the government has announced there will be a national day of celebration every 22 June. Arthur Torrington, of the Windrush Foundation, marked the celebration as a “moment of great satisfaction”, which will etch the migration of people from the colonies into the memory of the nation. But this success is a classic case of being careful what you wish for.

Theresa May has shown herself to be the master of race public relations while working in, and now presiding over, a government whose track record on racism is appalling. As home secretary she made some friends in black communities by raising the issue of racial inequalities in police stop and searches; but never managed to take any action to address the problem. In one of her first speeches as prime minister, she promised to lead a government not “in the interests of the privileged few”, and launched a race-disparity audit that told us nothing we did not already know. Worse still, the discovery of racial inequalities throughout society somehow ended up being packaged as “white working class” boys being victims of “racial injustice”. But the biggest area where May has shown her true colours is on the issue of immigration. As home secretary, she pursued the hostile environment policy, replete with “go-home vans”, deportations and the very immigration checks from the private sector that blew up into the Windrush scandal. More than 5,000 members of the generation we are meant to be celebrating have had their cases lodged with the Home Office, facing detention, deportation and losing their jobs directly because of May’s immigration policy. In response, May appointed the first ever ethnic minority home secretary, Savid Javid: the perfect PR stunt to hide the inherent racism of the government’s immigration policy.

Continue reading...
Thousands of children are imprisoned across Africa. They need justice | Graça Machel

Young people are all but invisible in the justice system, facing ill treatment at the hands of those who should be protecting them

The legendary editor of the Guardian newspaper CP Scott famously declared in 1921 that “Comment is free, but facts are sacred”. Unfortunately, when it comes to hard evidence on how many children are locked up in prisons, detention centres, migrant and refugee camps, rehabilitation units or other institutions across the world, the facts are more scarce than sacred.

There is no single source of accurate data for these figures and estimates vary widely between 15,000 and 28,000 in Africa alone, but common sense dictates that the numbers are likely to be worse than even the highest approximations.

Continue reading...
Trump is creating his American caliphate, and democracy has no defence | Nesrine Malik

Officials quoting a holy text to justify repressive policies is something we who grew up in the Arab world have seen before

If there was a dictator’s playbook, the Donald Trump administration would now be on the “Instrumentalise Religion” chapter. Last week, in what sounded like the launch of a US caliphate, the attorney general, Jeff Sessions, reached for a biblical verse to defend his department’s policy of separating migrant parents from their children at the Mexican border, suggesting that God supports the government.

“I would cite you to the apostle Paul, and his clear and wise command in Romans 13 to obey the laws of the government because God has ordained the government for his purposes,” Sessions said. “Orderly and lawful processes are good in themselves. Consistent and fair application of the law is in itself a good and moral thing, and that protects the weak and protects the lawful.”

Continue reading...
Nazis separated me from my parents as a child. The trauma lasts a lifetime | Yoka Verdoner

I know from experience that the Trump-sanctioned brutality at the US border with Mexico will scar its child victims for life

The events occurring now on our border with Mexico, where children are being removed from the arms of their mothers and fathers and sent to foster families or “shelters”, make me weep and gnash my teeth with sadness and rage. I know what they are going through. When we were children, my two siblings and I were also taken from our parents. And the problems we’ve experienced since then portend the terrible things that many of these children are bound to suffer.

Related: 'It's on us all': Democrats press on border separations as White House digs in

Continue reading...
The NHS crisis will go on: this is a plan that no one believes in | Polly Toynbee

The £20bn Theresa May pledged will vanish before our eyes. It’s a standstill budget from a paralysed government

It’s quite an achievement to spend £20bn and leave nobody satisfied. The NHS in England is not celebrating: this is not feast after famine. The Tory right is indignant about unspecified tax rises to pay for it, or – total anathema – spendthrift borrowing for current spending. Austerity is not over, Theresa May says firmly, so all the other starved departments will see no easing of the eight-year tourniquet that is cutting off the lifeblood of public services: schools, further education, police, prisons, transport and councils. Only Boris Johnson says: “Fantastic news for NHS funding!” But the illusion of his bogus Brexit bus money is over.

Related: The Guardian view on the NHS cash plan: the Brexit dividend claim is a lie | Editorial

Continue reading...
Jeremy Corbyn, take note: leftwing remainers won’t stay silent on Brexit | Zoe Williams

A Momentum petition launched at the weekend will force the party’s internal arguments into the public. It’s about time

Labour Live was conceived in the spirit of solidarity, optimism, and a playful hubris. The idea behind it presumably went: if you could get all of Glastonbury festival chanting Jeremy Corbyn’s name, who’s to say you couldn’t bring such a crowd to see him headline? Well, there were lots to say it. People at Glastonbury are largely in an incredibly good mood – it would be prim to speculate as to why – and in such conditions, someone you love a bit becomes someone you love a lot. But that doesn’t mean you can be relied upon to chant again.

Primed for the fall after such an act of pride, Corbyn critics turned up ready for a soggy English summer’s day with sparse crowds huddled round a single Unite ice-cream van. A friend who went said she saw so many journalists it was like going to Hay. Yet many of the hacks will have been disappointed. Corbyn’s popularity – not by Survation poll or focus group, but by the sheer human warmth he generates – is unmatched by any other British politician. The doggedness and the petulance with which commentators wave away the fact that he could fill a stadium with people who’d actually paid, while Theresa May couldn’t half-fill a factory floor in Leicester where people were at work anyway, is becoming absurd.

Continue reading...
Flight of the Conchords: ‘We're retired sex symbols'

The fourth-most-popular folk duo in New Zealand are back – and selling out stadiums. They’re now married, with kids, and fans still love their Sugar Lumps. But is there anything Bret and Jemaine actually like about fame?

It’s an overcast Saturday morning in Dublin and Flight of the Conchords – AKA Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement – and I are in a coffee bar discussing how the pair ended up being in one of the most successful musical comedy bands on the planet when they are not actually fans of the genre.

“I love watching bands play and I love watching comedians perform, but I don’t go out of my way to watch musical comedians,” says McKenzie, the smaller and more serious of the two, with implied heavy understatement.

Continue reading...
Will Ferrell to star in Eurovision song contest comedy for Netflix

Actor is writer and star of feature based on the international singing competition

Will Ferrell is set to star in a Netflix film based around the Eurovision song contest.

Related: Eurovision 2018: five things we learned

Continue reading...
Dr Dre to make Marvin Gaye biopic with rights to singer's catalogue

The rapper, whose film credits include Straight Outta Compton, has the singer’s family estate’s blessing to produce the biopic

The rapper and business mogul Dr Dre is working on a movie about the Motown legend Marvin Gaye, who died in 1984 after being shot by his father.

Related: Marvin Gaye’s family approve What’s Going On documentary

Continue reading...
John Oliver calls deal between US and North Korea 'close to meaningless'

On Last Week Tonight, Oliver addressed Trump’s deference toward Kim Jong-un

On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver discussed the historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un and the former’s deference to the North Korean dictator.

Related: John Oliver on Mueller investigation: 'If this is a witch-hunt, witches exist'

Continue reading...
When good TV goes bad: Parks and Recreation got sickly sweet

Amy Poehler’s joyful show got a bit too joyful, and had a shark-jumping seventh series retreading old ground and leaving a bad taste in the mouth

A sitcom about local government employees in the fictional city of Pawnee, Indiana, Parks and Recreation started with more of a whimper than a bang. It was created by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, who both worked on the American version of The Office, and in its six-episode first season, the central character, deputy department director Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) was just another ambitious but barely competent boss. In season two, however, she was rewritten to be confident, capable and optimistic in the face of adversity, from never-ending town meetings to the department’s threatened closure. Her enthusiasm was infectious.

She was flanked by a team of eccentrics, from a pre-Jurassic Chris Pratt as Andy, the kind of colleague who Googles your symptoms when you’re ill and tells you it might be “network connectivity problems”, to her boss Ron (Nick Offerman), a back-to-the-land libertarian with a cynical take on everything (“There’s only one thing I hate more than lying: skimmed milk. Which is water that’s lying about being milk”). After the show added Adam Scott and Rob Lowe as auditors Ben and Chris, who arrived to help with the budget crisis, the chemistry really clicked, and seasons two to five were as good as sitcom gets, featuring characters who made us laugh and in whose lives we felt invested.

Continue reading...
Inside the real Studio 54: Sex balconies! Liza Minnelli! No hats!

Full of rollerskating Wall Street Bankers, tabloid fixtures and postwar frivolity, a new documentary reveals the social backdrop of the famous club

Related: Studio 54: heady daze of disco decadence – in pictures

Continue reading...
From scallops to cherry drizzle cake: Nigel Slater’s simple summer recipes

Pork chop, herby salads and sides – dishes for relaxed lunches and languid suppers

This is the time of year I like to put several dishes on the table at the same time, a mix of recipes substantial enough to be main courses and others that can be used as an accompaniment or principal dish, as the mood takes you. This approach – thoughtful but relaxed – suits the more informal attitude I have to eating in summer, when courses become interchangeable and dishes tend to be served at cool room temperature, rather than direct from the oven or grill.

Continue reading...
My husband cheated on me and now I’m disgusted by the idea of sex

We split up for a while and then got back together, but I don’t know how to fix our physical relationship

I’m a 30-year-old woman, and have been with my husband for 11 years. We have three kids and both work full-time jobs. Three years ago he cheated on me with his ex from school. We split up for seven months then got back together, but now I’m kind of disgusted by the idea of sex. I don’t know what’s wrong with me, or how to fix this. I don’t know how much longer he will put up with this.

Your husband clearly loves you for many reasons other than sex. And you deserve to have all the time you need to heal from the trauma of discovering his affair. It is extremely common for a betrayed partner to be turned off sex, and your husband needs to understand this. He also needs to be patient, supportive and to work hard to rebuild your trust in him. It’s unfortunate that you seem to feel that your disgust is wrong and that you need to try to accommodate him despite it. Find a way to get him to listen to you. You might say: “It would be nice if we were able to pick up where we left off, but that’s not possible for everything. It’s going to take me some time to feel sexually confident again, and I really need your understanding and support.”

Continue reading...
How Aristotle is the perfect happiness guru

Happiness is not a state as far as Aristotle is concerned, it’s an activity, says Professor Edith Hall, and you just have to decide to become happier

You’ve got the Headspace app, know your downward dog from your black dog, and once read something by Freud, so what can a guy who lived 23 centuries ago tell you about the pursuit of happiness today? “Aristotle did it first and better. So why not go to the source, the original brain that figured all of this out?” says Professor Edith Hall. “I think there is a comfort in ideas that people have held for thousands of years.”

Her book, Aristotle’s Way, promises to teach you “how ancient wisdom can change your life”, in particular how to achieve a lifelong state of what the ancients referred to as eudaimonia and we come closest to with “contentment”. According to Aristotle, Hall writes: “The ultimate goal of human life is, simply, happiness, which means finding a purpose in order to realise your potential and working on your behaviour to become the best version of yourself.” It’s an ancient version of that poster “Work Hard & Be Nice to People”, but in a less cool font.

Continue reading...
Diaper Dude: do men need manly nappy bags?
Labels including Diaper Dude, Dad Gear and HighSpeedDaddy are offering male-centric baby bags made of military-grade material – some even have skulls on them

Name: Diaper Dude.

Age: 18.

Continue reading...
Why are there more clothing lines for dogs than disabled people?

For wheelchair users like me, who love fashion, ‘adaptive’ clothing has often been disappointingly dowdy. But Tommy Hilfiger and other high-end designers could change that

Toronto-based designer Izzy Camilleri is best known for her work styling celebrities such as David Bowie, Angelina Jolie and Meryl Streep. But her latest collection, released this month, has one major difference: it is designed for people with disabilities.

After doing some custom work in the early 2000s for a client who was quadriplegic, Camilleri had her “eyes opened” to how existing clothing did not necessarily work for women using a wheelchair. For example, having a “seated frame” meant that many traditionally designed trousers rode down or dug into her client’s waist. At the time, “adaptive clothing” – clothes made with disabled people in mind – barely existed; when it did, it was not aimed at fashion-conscious young adults. “Most of what was out there were clothes for [older people] living in long-term care facilities,” Camilleri says. “I realised there was nothing for younger people. [I was] motivated to fill this void.”

Continue reading...
If it wasn’t for our kids, my husband and I wouldn’t be married | Dear Mariella

If you want me to tell you to leave, you’ve written to the wrong agony aunt, says Mariella Frostrup

The dilemma I’ve been married for 18 years and the last three have been difficult. My interests differ very much from my husband’s. I want to be surrounded by people who understand me better. I have developed friendships where I feel I can be more myself. Our sex life would probably be described as good– varied, interesting, fulfilling for him. But I don’t feel any connection sexually and emotionally with him. I feel if it wasn’t for the kids we would no longer be together. But having split up before, I don’t want to break his heart. Also there is the further challenge of my mental health and wellbeing. Having been on medication for anxiety and depression for seven years, I recently stopped completely. Finally, and this has no impact on the decision affecting my marriage, I have a close friendship where strong feelings have developed. We are not having an affair, but I know how I feel and this confirms that my marriage is on very rocky ground.

Mariella replies It certainly sounds like it. It’s no mean achievement to compromise your myriad and individual personal needs in pursuit of family harmony. You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t reach a point where you wondered whether there isn’t something or someone beyond the horizon, or closer by, who would make the next phase of your life more exciting and inspiring. You describe your deeper connections with friends – one of the great benefits of maturity and compensation for occasionally threadbare conversations with your partner. I won’t try to convince you that staying together at all costs is the answer, but if you’re looking for carte blanche to pack his bags you’ve written to the wrong agony aunt.

Continue reading...
Fernando Alonso puts his F1 future in doubt after Le Mans win
• Spaniard needs to win Indy 500 to complete triple crown
• Uncompetitive McLaren car in F1 could make switch easier

Fernando Alonso has said he will consider his future in Formula One after his win at the Le Mans 24 Hours put him within touching distance of achieving motor racing’s triple crown.

The Spaniard’s victory, alongside his Monaco wins, means he has secured two of the three to match Graham Hill, the only driver to achieve the feat. For Alonso the third and final hurdle, a win at the Indy 500, is now a priority.

Continue reading...
Patriots' Tom Brady says his NFL career will end 'sooner rather than later'
  • New England quarterback will turn 41 in August
  • League MVP led team to Super Bowl appearance last season

Tom Brady, who turns 41 before the start of the new NFL season, says he is in the final stages of his career.

The New England Patriots quarterback, who led his team to the Super Bowl last season where they were defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles, has said in the past that he intends to play into his mid-40s. However, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey broadcast on Sunday, Brady said the end may come sooner.

Continue reading...
Brooks Koepka makes history in holding off Fleetwood to retain US Open title

• Floridian becomes third man since the war to win back to back
• Fleetwood shoots a record-equalling 63 and loses by a shot

The only problem with Tommy Fleetwood’s making of history was Brooks Koepka’s eagerness to do likewise. On a Long Island Sunday when Fleetwood joined the elite group who have shot 63 in the US Open, the Englishman’s bid for a maiden major title came up agonisingly short. Koepka is just the third man since the second world war and the seventh in history to defend the US Open title successfully.

Koepka’s triumph came by one shot, at one over par, from the inspired Fleetwood. Koepka was even afforded the luxury of a bogey at the last before signing for a 68. The Florida native will not be in the ever-growing queue for those looking to criticise the United States Golf Association. It has, after all, bestowed $4m worth of cheques on him over back-to-back Junes.

Continue reading...
Eddie Jones insists England can turn things around after losing run
• England coach admits discipline is costing team dear
• Losing Test run the worst for four years

Eddie Jones came out fighting after being backed by the Rugby Football Union following Saturday’s defeat by South Africa. England’s 23-12 Test defeat in Bloemfontein was their fifth in a row and Jones has been under mounting pressure during his side’s summer tour.

“I don’t need any dialogue with the RFU,” Jones told Sky Sports News. “All I need to do is my job and I do my job as well as I can every day. I love the team. I love coaching the team. I’m excited about where we’re going to go.

Continue reading...
Yemen crisis: Saudi coalition demands Houthis' unconditional withdrawal

UN’s hopes of negotiating ceasefire and handover of vital port of Hodeidah appear dashed

The UN’s hopes of negotiating a ceasefire with Houthi rebels in the vital port of Hodeidah in Yemen appear to have been dashed after the Saudi-led coalition backing the Yemeni government said it would only accept the rebels’ unconditional withdrawal from the area.

The UN special envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths, has been in the country seeking a deal whereby the port, currently under Houthi control, is handed over to the UN and its relief agencies. The port is the distribution point for up to 80% of the food, water and commercial fuel vital to the lives of more than 8 million Yemenis in severe need. The UN and aid agencies fear a prolonged fight will endanger the aid supplies.

Continue reading...
No evidence against Amnesty's jailed Turkey head, police conclude

Report says no evidence exists Taner Kiliç ever had ByLock app on his phone, basis of terror charges against him

Turkey’s Amnesty chair, Taner Kiliç, could be freed this week following a year in detention after a police report conceded there was no evidence to back up the chief basis of the charges against him.

The case is being watched closely by the European commission as a bellwether of Turkey’s overall political direction in the midst of its closely fought presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday.

Continue reading...
Thomas Markle says Prince Harry told him 'give Trump a chance’

Duchess of Sussex’s father reveals son-in-law’s thoughts on US president and Brexit

Prince Harry called for Donald Trump to be “given a chance” his father-in-law has revealed in his first broadcast interview.

Thomas Markle told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that he was angry about something Trump had done when he spoke by phone to Harry for the first time last year.

Continue reading...
Israel indicts former cabinet minister on Iran spying charges

Gonen Segev allegedly met Iranian ‘operators’ in hotels and apartments around world

Israel has arrested and indicted a former government minister on charges of spying for Iran, the country’s internal security services have said.

Gonen Segev, who worked as energy and infrastructure minister in the 1990s, “was recruited and acted as an agent on behalf of Iranian intelligence”, police and the Israel Security Agency, better known as the Shin Bet, said in a statement on Monday.

Continue reading...
Supreme court sidesteps ruling in partisan gerrymandering cases
  • Maryland and Wisconsin cases sent back to lower courts
  • Democrats and Republicans each alleged partisan districting


The supreme court dodged a decision on whether it is constitutional for political parties to redraw electoral maps to gain a partisan advantage.

In two cases, one in Maryland and one in Wisconsin, the court on Monday found procedural reasons not to issue a ruling on gerrymandering.

Continue reading...
Kaliningrad photos appear to show Russia upgrading nuclear weapons bunker

Satellite images from Baltic outpost and World Cup venue are latest sign of Russian emphasis on nuclear arms

Russia appears to have upgraded a nuclear weapons storage bunker in its Kaliningrad enclave, in the latest sign of Moscow’s increased emphasis on nuclear arms in its standoff with Nato, according to a new report.

The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) has published satellite images which the group says show a storage facility in the Baltic coast enclave between Poland and Lithuania being deepened and then covered with a new concrete roof in recent months.

Continue reading...
'The fool builds walls': China takes aim at Trump trade war threats

State media attack US president’s actions as selfish and rude after $50bn in tariffs are unveiled

Chinese state media has attacked the White House for escalating the prospect of a trade war, calling the administration of president Donald Trump “selfish” and “rude” and “mundane” in its capriciousness.

Related: China retaliates against Trump's $50bn in tariffs, escalating possibility of trade war

Continue reading...
Aviation industry: EU blocks talks to avert 'no-deal' Brexit crisis

After Brexit UK-made parts for planes could be no longer valid and pilot licences could be defunct

The European commission is refusing to agree to any back-channel discussions between UK and EU aviation agencies to avert a crisis in the event of a “no-deal” outcome to Brexit.

Attempts by the aerospace industry to persuade Brussels to start contingency talks to ensure Europe’s planes keep flying and the aerospace industry can function effectively have apparently been rebuffed by the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, according to industry sources.

Continue reading...
Pacific hymns: the definitive hipster playlist

Seattle, Portland and San Fran aren’t just cities – they’re states of mind, man. So if you’re looking for counterculture sounds, it’s here you’ll find songs that spoke for a generation

Immersion in Seattle’s music scene begins minutes after disembarking at Sea-Tac, the city’s international airport, which houses a store devoted to the record company Sub Pop. In 1988, the then shoestring Sub Pop Records released Nirvana’s debut single; it subsequently became as synonymous with Seattle as Motown is with Detroit. Opening our hipster playlist is Nirvana’s fourth single, Smells Like Teen Spirit, released three years later. It became a massive hit across the world, igniting the rock phenomenon that would transform Seattle, a hitherto obscure enclave in America’s far north-west, into an epicentre of cool.

Previous generations of Seattle musicians took for granted that they would have to leave their hometown if they wanted a successful career. Arguably the greatest electric guitarist of all-time, Jimi Hendrix is up next – he was born and raised in Seattle, although only found fame after moving to London.

Continue reading...
A hipster road trip through Seattle, Portland and San Francisco

If your inner cool kid is calling out for a vacation, the west coast of America has all the microbreweries, bikes and cat yoga you need

By Christian Koch

Continue reading...
The Lone Star plate: a foodie road trip in Texas

Burnt ends and craft brews and tacos! Oh my! A Texan eatinerary will give even the most ardent foodie something new to chew on

By Anna Hart

Continue reading...
Need some vitamin sea? Here’s the ultimate beach playlist

Wax down your surfboard, roll up your jacket sleeves and let this music transport you to the west coast waves of Cali and the rich heat of Miami

American beaches are hot, hazy places, as well as woozy states of mind, especially if you’re dreaming about the west coast around LA and San Diego, or the sun-baked strip of Miami. Music can provide handy shortcuts in sound to these locations, too. A wobble of surf guitar – wham – you’re in a Pacific picture postcard. A swagger of slow, southern rap – you’re cruising down Ocean Drive. Alongside the tons of sun-spun US classics, there are lesser-known scorchers too, so let’s wind down the windows for all of them, and let the speakers run hot.

Related: Sun, sea and the open road: an American fly-drive for beach fans

Continue reading...
Are we running out of water?

As the world’s water needs grow so is concern that we’re rapidly using up supplies. How worried should we be?

Water seems the most renewable of all the Earth’s resources. It falls from the sky as rain, it surrounds us in the oceans that cover nearly three-quarters of the planet’s surface, and in the polar ice caps and mountain glaciers. It is the source of life on Earth and quite possibly beyond – the discovery of traces of water on Mars aroused excitement because it was the first indication that life may have existed there.

Continue reading...
Flooding from sea level rise threatens over 300,000 US coastal homes – study

Climate change study predicts ‘staggering impact’ of swelling oceans on coastal communities within next 30 years

Sea level rise driven by climate change is set to pose an existential crisis to many US coastal communities, with new research finding that as many as 311,000 homes face being flooded every two weeks within the next 30 years.

The swelling oceans are forecast repeatedly to soak coastal residences collectively worth $120bn by 2045 if greenhouse gas emissions are not severely curtailed, experts warn. This will potentially inflict a huge financial and emotional toll on the half a million Americans who live in the properties at risk of having their basements, backyards, garages or living rooms inundated every other week.

Continue reading...
‘How IVF became a licence to print money

Private fertility clinics routinely try to sell desperate patients add-ons that almost certainly don’t help – why isn’t more done to monitor the industry?

I don’t consider myself to be lucky. I have never won the lottery, or even found a fiver in an old coat pocket. But there is one aspect in life where fortune has smiled on me: I am eight months pregnant with my first child – the result of IVF treatment.

Around three-quarters of all IVF cycles fail. And results vary with age. Figures from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) published in March state the average live birthrate for each fresh embryo transferred for women of all ages is 21%; for those aged under 35, it is 29% – the highest it has ever been. For older women, the picture is bleaker: 10% for women aged 40-42, for example.

Continue reading...
Question Time: BBC has 'great opportunity' to appoint female host

Programme should be presented by a woman for first time, say MPs and journalists

The BBC has been urged to appoint a woman as the host of Question Time when David Dimbleby quits the high-profile political show at the end of this year.

Maria Miller MP, the chair of the parliamentary women and equalities select committee, said it was time the discussion programme, which has only ever been hosted by men, took the opportunity to put a woman in charge.

Continue reading...
Senator demands edible sunscreen be taken off shelves

FDA issued warning about pills promising sun protection but New York senator Chuck Schumer wants them to go further

Sunsafe RX is a product that promises “to help protect you from both UVA and UVB rays”. On its website, there are glowing user testimonials and photos of young, attractive people enjoying the weather. It’s the kind of marketing you might expect from a sunscreen brand, except that Sunsafe RX isn’t a cream or a spray – it’s a pill.

It’s one of a number of products to be taken orally that make claims about protection from the sun – potentially heralding a new era when, instead of slathering yourself in lotion, you could swallow a pill and head to the beach.

Continue reading...
'Ripe for disruption': female film-makers rally for industry overhaul

From a toolkit inspired by Asia Argento to a feminist tattoo parlour, BFI’s Women With a Movie Camera summit offered inspiration – and a call to action

Ava DuVernay may not have been at the BFI Southbank in London this weekend, but her films and her words were. Not to mention the number of people walking around with her name emblazoned on their chests. The film-maker’s assertion that “activism is inherently a creative endeavour” was quoted more than once from the stage at the Woman With a Movie Camera summit. And it’s an idea that works just as well forwards and backwards. For many women in the film industry, simply creating can be an act of disruption or activism in itself.

The theme of the day, which included panels, presentations and performances, and took over all four screens of the BFI Southbank, was power – and how to change the unbalanced power dynamic in the creative industries. In that light, it was a disappointment that activist and model Munroe Bergdorf, booked as the event’s keynote speaker, was unable to attend. While signatories of an online petition had objected to a trans woman having a platform at the event, the speakers and organisers of the summit signalled their support of her invitation, standing on stage together when she was due to speak, in a gesture of solidarity, to applause from the audience. “Her words would have set the tone for reclaiming the BFI as an inclusive space with radical potential,” said Observer film critic Simran Hans in a statement. Holly Tarquini, executive director of FilmBath, also noted how Bergdorf’s name was mentioned admiringly in each panel, and said: “It’s essential that we celebrate when women like Munroe Bergdorf are given a platform by public organisations.”

Continue reading...
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.

Continue reading...
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

Continue reading...
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.

Continue reading...
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.

Continue reading...
Donald Trump : 'The United States will not be a migrant camp' – video

US president defends his policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the border, adding 'you look at what's happening in Europe ... we can't allow that to happen in the United States'

Continue reading...
Separated migrant families held in cages at Texas border – video

Footage shows migrant families being held in large cages as Donald Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy takes effect.  The US president has received heavy criticism after it was revealed that children were being separated from their families at the southern border 


Continue reading...
This is the moment a Banksy print is stolen from a Toronto exhibition – video

CCTV footage released by Toronto police shows a man stealing a Banksy print, estimated at CAD$45,000 (US$34,000; £25,700), from an unauthorised exhibition. The Art of Banksy exhibit – curated by his former manager Steve Lazarides, but reportedly not endorsed by the artist himself – opened on Wednesday. Canadian police have launched an investigation into the theft

Continue reading...
Russia inquiry: how Trump's inner circle could bring him down – video explainer

Donald Trump and his team have been under investigation for months by former FBI-head Robert Mueller. Mueller is investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to help win the 2016 election and defeat Hillary Clinton. Mueller is also looking into whether the campaign and the president have sought to obstruct justice. Trump’s inner circle has been under increasing pressure from the investigation, but can it hold? 

Continue reading...
Trump on North Korean nuclear threat: 'I have solved that problem' – video

In an impromptu interview with reporters on the White House lawn, Donald Trump says that he has solved the problem of a nuclear threat from North Korea following his summit meeting with leader Kim Jong-un

Continue reading...
Gaza and wildcats : Monday's top photos

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

Continue reading...
The city beneath the city: the New York subway – in pictures

Photographer Luc Kordas captures New York’s unique energy and characters in his ongoing series New York Chronicles. One of his favourite locations is the subway, where he captures “those quiet moments people have among all the craziness”

Continue reading...
Between war and peace: Ukrainian youth – in pictures

For more than three years, Ukraine has been plagued by a conflict between the eastern secessionist territories and the Kiev government. These images portray a generation caught between war and peace

Continue reading...
Worthy threads: Glastonbury's performers' standout fashion – in pictures

With the festival taking a year out, we take a moment to appreciate some of the most memorable outfits seen on its stages over the years – from Solange in monochrome PVC to Thom Yorke in an Astro Boy T-shirt

Continue reading...
Joy, despair and crunching tackles – the best World Cup 2018 photos so far

We round up the best photography from the opening four days of the World Cup 2018

Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photography

Continue reading...
The week in wildlife – in pictures

A colourful sand lizard, a giant baobab tree and a racoon with a head for heights are among this week’s pick of images from the natural world

Continue reading...

Le Monde.fr - Actualités et Infos en France et dans le monde

Le Monde.fr - 1er site d'information. Les articles du journal et toute l'actualité en continu : International, France, Société, Economie, Culture, Environnement, Blogs ...
Immigration : Trump réaffirme sa politique de séparation des enfants de leurs parents
Le président américain a revendiqué, lundi, sa fermeté extrême aux frontières, malgré le tollé provoqué par la séparation de centaines d’enfants migrants arrachés à leurs familles, accusant les démocrates de bloquer sa réforme migratoire.
Brexit : les Lords s’attribuent un droit de veto sur l’accord et mettent à nouveau en échec Theresa May
La chambre des Lords a adopté lundi à une large majorité un amendement offrant au Parlement un droit de veto sur l’accord final de Brexit, contre la volonté du gouvernement.
Bercy devra trouver 1,1 milliard d’euros d’économies pour financer la loi Pacte en 2019
Le texte porté par Bruno Le Maire a été présenté en conseil des ministres lundi.
Tunisie-Angleterre : revivez la victoire sur le fil des « Three Lions » (2-1)
Auteur d’un doublé, Harry Kane a permis aux siens de s’imposer en toute fin de match, à Volgograd.
A Hawaï, le volcan Kilauea, destructeur et vénéré
Depuis le 3 mai, l’île est balafrée par les coulées de lave qui ont déjà enseveli plus de 600 maisons.
Air France : l’intersyndicale lève son préavis de grève, un syndicat de pilotes le maintient
Neuf des dix syndicats ont levé le préavis de grève prévu du 23 au 26 juin. Le SPAF, deuxième syndicat de pilotes de la compagnie, maintient, en revanche, le sien.
Suède : cinq blessés dans une fusillade à Malmö, la piste terroriste écartée
Une fusillade dans le centre de Malmö aurait blessé au moins cinq hommes, selon la police, citée par le journal « Sydsvenskan », qui a écarté toute piste terroriste.
Colombie : où en est l’accord de paix avec les FARC qu’Ivan Duque veut réviser ?
La droite dure a récupéré la présidence en Colombie. A peine élu, Ivan Duque a confirmé sa volonté de procéder à des « corrections » à l’accord de paix, signé deux ans plus tôt.
La prise en charge médicale des trans, « un débat légitime qui va au-delà de la médecine »
Psychiatre et spécialiste des questions de genre, Sébastien Machefaux justifie la présence de la psychiatrie dans le parcours de soins des personnes trans.
SNCF : la CGT propose une grève pour le premier grand départ des vacances en juillet
La CGT Cheminots va proposer à l’intersyndicale, mardi, trois nouveaux jours de grève contre la réforme ferroviaire les 2, 6 et 7 juillet.
Bac de français 2018 : retrouvez les sujets et les corrigés de l’épreuve
Sonya Laborie, professeure de lettres, a répondu à vos questions après l’épreuve, dont vous pouvez consulter les corrigés vidéos.
Margaret Hodge, la croisée anglaise de la lutte contre l’évasion fiscale
Cette députée travailliste britannique, issue d’un milieu bourgeois conservateur, s’attaque au tabou des paradis fiscaux liés au Royaume-Uni. Portrait.
En Méditerranée, d’autres navires d’ONG menacés du même sort que l’« Aquarius »
Malgré les menaces de Rome, plusieurs navires humanitaires continuent de travailler au large des côtes libyennes.
Allemagne : Merkel face à un ultimatum sur la question des migrants
L’aile droite de la coalition gouvernementale accorde quinze jours à la chancelière allemande pour négocier une solution européenne au défi migratoire.
Réforme constitutionnelle : « Le Sénat tend la main. Puisse le gouvernement la saisir sans chercher à nous tordre le bras »
Les chefs de l’opposition sénatoriale Bruno Retailleau (LR) et Hervé Marseille (UC) détaillent, dans une tribune au « Monde », les garanties qu’ils demandent au gouvernement avant de se prononcer  sur la réforme annoncée.
Une action de pêcheurs pour alerter sur la pêche électrique en Europe
Lors d’un mouvement à Boulogne-sur-Mer et dans plusieurs ports européens lundi, des pêcheurs ont appelé l’Union européenne à interdire définitivement cette pratique « destructrice ».
« Dieselgate » : le PDG d’Audi arrêté en Allemagne
Rupert Stadler a été placé en détention provisoire, lundi, dans le cadre de l’affaire des moteurs diesel truqués pour passer les tests de pollution.
« Les élections auront lieu le 23 décembre et le président Kabila respectera la Constitution »
Pour le ministre des affaires étrangères de RDC Léonard She Okitundu, le calendrier des législatives, provinciales et de la présidentielle sera respecté.
L’OMS reconnaît l’addiction aux jeux vidéo comme une maladie
Le « trouble du jeu vidéo », défini comme une « priorité accrue » et prolongée au jeu ayant des conséquences sur les « activités personnelles, familiales, sociales, professionnelles » du joueur, a intégré la classification internationale des maladies.
Oiseaux, chauves-souris et saumons en très fort déclin en France
Selon le bilan 2018 de l’Office national des forêts, 180 000 espèces sont en danger, notamment en raison de l’usage de pesticides et de l’artificialisation des sols.
Coupe du monde 2018 : n’y a-t-il plus de grandes équipes ?
Le football de sélections apparaît en crise face à un football de clubs et explique les débuts poussifs des favoris au Mondial, estime notre chroniqueur Jérôme Latta.

SPIEGEL ONLINE - Schlagzeilen

Deutschlands führende Nachrichtenseite. Alles Wichtige aus Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Technik und mehr.
Umstrittenes Mahnmal: Kassel will Documenta-Obelisk kaufen
Ein 16 Meter hoher Obelisk in der Innenstadt von Kassel sorgte während der Documenta 14 für Aufregung. Nun will die Stadt das Kunstwerk erwerben - aber nur unter Auflagen.
Flug zum WM-Spielort: Maschine von Saudi-Arabiens Team fängt Feuer
Flammen schlugen aus dem Triebwerk: Beim Flug zum nächsten Spielort Rostow-am-Don ist an der Maschine des Teams aus Saudi-Arabien ein Feuer ausgebrochen. Die Mannschaft konnte sicher landen.
Barsinghausen: Nach Tod von Teenagerin - Polizei nimmt Verdächtigen fest
Im niedersächsischen Barsinghausen ist eine 16-Jährige gewaltsam zu Tode gekommen, nun hat die Polizei einen 24-jährigen Tatverdächtigen festgenommen. Laut Ermittlern handelt es sich nicht um ein Sexualverbrechen.
Sieg gegen Tunesien: Kane rettet England in der Nachspielzeit
Sieg in letzter Minute: Dank eines Doppelpacks von Harry Kane hat England zum WM-Auftakt gegen Tunesien gewonnen. Schon vor dem Siegtreffer hatte das Team zahlreiche Chancen.
Asylstreit zwischen Seehofer und Merkel: Richtlinienkompetenz - was ist das eigentlich?
Kanzlerin Merkel nennt die Zurückweisung bestimmter Flüchtlinge eine "Frage der Richtlinienkompetenz". Damit zog sie in dem Konflikt mit der CSU eine klare Grenze. Was steckt hinter der Regelung?
Heimflug zur neugeborenen Tochter: Dänen chartern Privatjet für Jungvater Knudsen
Kurztrip im Privatjet: Damit der dänische Verteidiger Knudsen seine neugeborene Tochter in den Arm nehmen konnte, sammelten seine Mannschaftskollegen Geld für einen Charterflug.
Missbrauchsfall in Staufen: Die Welt des Christian L.
Vor Gericht sagt der Angeklagte Christian L. umfassend zum dutzendfachen Missbrauch an einem Jungen aus - ungerührt und ausschweifend korrigiert er die Anklage in Details. Seine Worte sind verstörend.
Flüchtlingszoff in der Union: Seehofers Gnadenfrist
Der große Knall im Unionsstreit ist vorerst vertagt: CSU-Chef Horst Seehofer gibt sich aber kaum noch Mühe, seinen Konflikt mit der Regierungschefin zu beschönigen.
US-Streitkräfte: Trump hegt All-Macht-Fantasien
Die einfache Präsenz im All reicht Donald Trump nicht mehr aus. Nun will der US-Präsident das All mit einer eigenen "Space Force" dominieren - und ordnet die Schaffung einer Weltraumarmee an.
Prozessauftakt im Mordfall Kandel: "Das ist auch ein Stück Leitkultur"
In Landau hat unter massivem Polizeischutz der Prozess im Mordfall Kandel begonnen. Im Gegensatz zu den Debatten im Internet bleibt es vor Ort ruhig - was auch an der guten Arbeit des Rechtsstaats liegt.
Pflichterfolg des Titelkandidaten: Belgien lässt Panama keine Chance
Geheimfavorit besiegt WM-Debütant: Belgien ist erfolgreich ins Turnier gestartet. Panama konnte nur eine Halbzeit dagegenhalten, dann setzten sich die Stars durch.
Audi-Chef Stadler in Untersuchungshaft: Der Mann, der nichts wissen wollte
Elf Jahre führte Rupert Stadler den Audi-Konzern, lange hat er sich im Dieselskandal durchgewurstelt. Doch das klappt offenbar nicht mehr: Die Staatsanwaltschaft ließ den Top-Manager verhaften.
Nach Spiel gegen Deutschland: Mexiko kriegt Ärger wegen seiner Fangesänge
Die Fifa hat ein Disziplinarverfahren gegen Mexiko eröffnet. Einige Fans riefen zum Beispiel bei Abschlägen von Manuel Neuer "puto". Um die Deutung des Wortes tobt seit Jahren ein Streit.
Keine Talkshow-Sonderausgabe: Anne will - aber darf nicht
Regierungskrise, Asylstreit: Anne Will hätte am Sonntagabend gerne noch mal getalkt - trotz Sommerpause. Doch die ARD sendete lieber einen Krimi.
Asylstreit in Deutschland: US-Präsident blamiert sich mit Lügen-Tweet
US-Präsident Trump gerät wegen der Trennung von Familien an der US-Grenze unter Druck - und versucht offenbar, seine Flüchtlingspolitik mit dem Beispiel Deutschland zu rechtfertigen. Doch die Fakten dazu stimmen nicht.
Leichenfund in Barsinghausen: 16-Jährige gewaltsam gestorben - Tatverdächtiger festgenommen
Ein Unbekannter tötete eine 16-Jährige aus Niedersachsen. Laut Polizei handelt es sich nicht um ein Sexualverbrechen.
Asylstreit Merkel vs. Seehofer: Eine neue Dynamik für Deutschland
Der Innenminister diktiert seiner Kanzlerin eine Frist - und die akzeptiert unter Vorbehalt. Der Konflikt ist damit nur vertagt, Angela Merkel rüstet sich für die nächste Runde. Drei zentrale Lehren dieses Tages.
Erfolg nach Videobeweis: Granqvist schießt Schweden zum Sieg gegen Südkorea
Verdienter Erfolg: Schweden hat sich in einer einseitigen Partie gegen Südkorea durchgesetzt. Der Sieg fiel jedoch knapp aus - und wäre ohne den Videobeweis wohl nicht zustande gekommen.
Nach Stadler-Festnahme: Vertriebsvorstand Abraham Schot soll Audi-Chefposten vorläufig übernehmen
Nach der Festnahme des Audi-Chefs Rupert Stadler ist ein Nachfolger gefunden worden. Vertriebsvorstand Abraham Schot wird ihn nach SPIEGEL-Informationen ersetzen.
Ver.di-Erhebung: Krankenhäusern fehlen 80.000 Pflegekräfte
Keine Pausen, Überstunden, spontane Einsätze: Alltag für viele Krankenpfleger. Laut einer Ver.di-Erhebung müssten Krankenhäuser das Personal um mindestens 22 Prozent aufstocken, um den Mangel abzustellen.
Geständnis der Umweltministerin: Deutschland verfehlt Klimaschutzziele
Der Asylstreit überschattet politisch derzeit alles. Dabei plagen die Bundesregierung andere Probleme - sie blamiert sich beim Klimaschutz. Umweltministerin Schulze legt vor Gästen aus gut 30 Ländern ein Geständnis ab.
Türkei vor der Wahl: Erdogans Konjunkturprogramm drückt Staatshaushalt ins Minus
Vor der Parlaments- und Präsidentschaftswahl ist das Staatsdefizit in der Türkei deutlich gewachsen. Grund sind umfangreiche Konjunkturprogramme - mit denen die regierende AKP offenbar ihre Macht absichern will.
Kommt eine Schwangere in die Geburtsklinik: "Oh nein, nicht noch eine"
Immer mehr Geburtskliniken in Deutschland weisen Schwangere ab, weil sie keine Hebammen haben. Da müssen dann die Männer ran. Die Männer?
Emilia Clarke über "Game of Thrones": Die Drachenmutter sagt "Goodbye"
Fast ein Jahrzehnt lang war Emilia Clarke bei "Game of Thrones" zu Hause. Nun hat sich die Schauspielerin via Instagram von der Serie verabschiedet. Und ihre Kollegen haben geantwortet.
Türkische Staatsangehörige: Wahlbeteiligung in Deutschland legt deutlich zu
Mehr als 40 Prozent der in Deutschland Wahlberechtigten haben bereits ihre Stimme für die Parlamentswahl in der Türkei abgegeben. Am Sonntag wählten erstmals mehr als 100.000 türkische Staatsangehörige in Deutschland.
Elektrotransporter: Deutsche Post baut Streetscooter weiter in Eigenregie
Die Deutsche Post will eigentlich kein Autohersteller sein, doch die Elektrotransporter will der Konzern bis 2020 weiter selbst produzieren.
WM-Taktik von Joachim Löw: Reus verplappert sich
Marco Reus hat nach dem WM-Fehlstart der deutschen Nationalmannschaft den Plan von Bundestrainer Joachim Löw mit ihm verraten. Er unterbrach sich noch - doch da war es schon zu spät.
Nach Mexiko-Niederlage: Angst vor deutschem WM-Aus - Adidas-Aktie gerät unter Druck
Adidas ist seit Langem Ausrüster der deutschen Nationalmannschaft, im Falle eines frühen Ausscheidens drohen dem Konzern herbe Absatzverluste. Der Kurs der Aktie verlor mehr als zwei Prozent.
Abgasaffäre: Audi-Chef Rupert Stadler vorläufig verhaftet
Der wegen des Dieselskandals unter Druck stehende Audi-Chef Rupert Stadler ist vorläufig verhaftet worden und befindet sich in Untersuchungshaft. Die Staatsanwaltschaft spricht von Verdunkelungsgefahr.
CSU-Generalsekretär Blume: "Wir wollen die Asylwende schaffen"
Union auf Konfrontationskurs: Spitzenpolitiker der CDU unterstützten Kanzlerin Merkel und warnen vor einer "Staatskrise". Aber auch Innenminister Seehofer kann auf seine CSU zählen.
 
Website counter