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Arquiteto marcante na paisagem carioca, Paulo Casé morre aos 87 anos
? Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h59)
Site do BC da Espanha é atingido por ataque cibernético
O site do Banco da Espanha está temporariamente fora do ar por conta de um ataque cibernético que afeta o sistema desde domingo, disse um porta-voz do Banco Central espanhol nesta segunda-feira (27). Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h47)
Os gêmeos que aproveitam suas semelhanças para lucrar nas redes sociais
As redes sociais viraram espaços concorridos, lotados de blogueiros que tentam se diferenciar para atrair ?e faturar? com curtidas e seguidores. E para um grupo seleto deles, a arma para chamar a atenção tem sido um "trunfo" que carregam do berço: eles são gêmeos e, em muitos aspectos, praticamente iguais. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h47)
Preservação de rios e mares depende de engajamento e educação socioambiental
A questão do combate à poluição de rios e mares brasileiros dispõe de uma política pública inclusiva que permite ampla participação da população, mas é preciso que as pessoas possuam um nível elevado de capacitação e educação socioambiental para poderem tomar decisões adequadas acerca do problema. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h44)
Passagens de US$ 0,02 (R$ 0,08) aniquilam companhias aéreas na Índia
As companhias aéreas internacionais foram em peso para a Índia, atraídas pelo boom das viagens locais e pela projeção de que esse mercado de aviação se tornará o terceiro maior do mundo até 2025. A Índia, porém, revelou-se um mercado extremamente competitivo, onde os lucros são escassos e a expectativa de vida das companhias aéreas é completamente incerta. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h22)
Polícia vê negligência de servidores em incêndio que matou 10 jovens em GO
A Polícia Civil de Goiás indiciou, nesta segunda (27), 13 servidores públicos do estado por homicídio culposo em um incêndio em que 10 adolescentes morreram no Centro de Internação Provisória (CIP), em Goiânia, em maio. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h16)
Após expansão, outlet traz grifes badaladas e internacionais como Gucci e Salvatore Ferragamo
Em uma galáxia distante, quando o dólar ainda não ultrapassava a casa dos R$ 4, muitos brasileiros viajavam para se esbaldar nos outlets de Miami e Orlando. Porém, em tempos de câmbio nas alturas e de recessão econômica, foi a vez dos outlets nos arredores da capital caírem também no gosto do público. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h07)
Brasil está entre países com maior fuga de milionários: 2 mil saíram em 2017
Dois mil milionários brasileiros fizeram as malas e deixaram o país com suas fortunas em 2017, segundo dados da empresa global de pesquisa de mercado New World Wealth. Pelo terceiro ano consecutivo, o Brasil ficou no top 10 de países com maior fuga de indivíduos donos de US$ 1 milhão ou mais em ativos, somando 12 mil "emigrantes classe A" desde 2015. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h06)
Ex-atacante do Fluminense é convocado para o lugar de Pedro na seleção
O atacante Richarlison, 21, do Everton, foi convocado nesta segunda-feira (27) para os amistosos da seleção brasileira contra Estados Unidos e El Salvador nos dias 7 e 11 de setembro, respectivamente. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 19h03)
Peça com trilha de Zeca Baleiro e livro infantil são os destaques da semana
Gabriela Romeu, jornalista especialista em infância, indica a peça "A Carruagem de Berenice" Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 18h59)
Daniela Albuquerque deixa posto de rainha da bateria na Acadêmicos do Tucuruvi após dois anos
A escola de samba Acadêmicos do Tucuruvi anunciou neste sábado (25) que Cintia Mello será a nova rainha da bateria em substituição a apresentadora da RedeTV!, Daniela Albuquerque, que ocupou o cargo nos últimos dois carnavais.  Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 18h55)
Cliente atropela dona de bar que recusou vender bebida a ele; assista
Após ter se negado a vender bebidas alcoólicas a um homem, a dona de um bar foi atropelada por ele na madrugada deste sábado (25) em Buritama, no interior de São Paulo. Após ser prensada contra a parede por uma caminhonete, a mulher foi levada para o hospital e está internada em estado grave, segundo o Corpo de Bombeiros. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 18h54)
Filme 'Benzinho' busca retrato completo da família e do amor
?A arte, para além de pensar o momento que a gente está vivendo, tem um papel fundamental de apontar caminhos?, afirma a atriz Karine Teles, no debate que se seguiu à pré-estreia do filme ?Benzinho?, dirigido por Gustavo Pizzi. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 18h50)
Após quase 50 anos no mesmo lugar, Museu da Casa Brasileira pode ser despejado
O Museu da Casa Brasileira pode ser despejado após o fim do contrato de comodato com a Fundação Padre Anchieta, em 2021. Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 18h49)
Camila Godinho: Mudar a política é mudar a forma de fazer campanha
  • Por Camila Godinho A forma de fazer política neste país precisa mudar, este é quase um consenso entre os brasileiros e brasileiras. Contudo, para mudar a política precisamos mudar a forma de fazer campanha neste país. Vamos aos fatos: comunidades nas áreas urbanas e rurais estão subdivididas em territórios comandados pela velha política. [...]
... Leia post completo no blog Leia mais (08/27/2018 - 18h41)

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La fiscalía investiga a los Mossos por identificar a personas que retiran lazos amarillos
El ministerio indaga sobre las actuaciones de la noche del 17 de agosto y del pasado sábado
Puigdemont: “Algunos partidos están flirteando con la violencia”
Torra critica la decisión de la fiscalía de investigar a los Mossos por identificar a personas que retiran lazos amarillos
La guerra sucia vuelve al Vaticano
Las acusaciones contra el Papa avivan el fuego de una batalla de poder disfrazada de ortodoxia religiosa e ideología que busca restaurar el viejo orden
David Katz, el profesional de los videojuegos que explotó
El tirador de Jacksonville, de 24 años, ganó en 2017 un torneo de un simulador de fútbol americano que acabó tiñendo de sangre
La ultraderecha toma las calles de una ciudad alemana
Por segundo día consecutivo cientos de neonazis se manifiestan en Chemnitz por la muerte de un joven
EE UU y México cierran un preacuerdo comercial bilateral para reformar el TLC
Trump anuncia el fin del tratado trilateral tras casi 25 años de vigencia y aumenta la presión sobre Canadá: o acepta lo pactado o quedará fuera del nuevo marco
Los pueblos que se inventó Franco
Trump cede y vuelve a poner la bandera a media asta en honor a McCain
El presidente estadounidense rechazó emitir el comunicado de la Casa Blanca que alababa al fallecido senador
El Estadio de Vallecas permanecerá cerrado al público por seguridad hasta octubre
LaLiga ha decidido aplazar el partido Rayo-Athletic Club que estaba previsto el 1 de septiembre
Los goles que no marca Cristiano
El acierto del Madrid, con Bale al frente, debería reducir la alarma porque nadie haya sustituido al portugués
España, un plan b para los que salen con recursos
Empresarios y rentistas encuentran facilidades para sumarse a la ya asentada inmigración por lazos familiares
“El 60% de los profesores no investiga: da clases y ya está”
Una de las científicas más reputadas de España lamenta la falta de ciencia en la universidad
Los bandazos de Elon Musk desconciertan a los inversores de Tesla
Los títulos de la empresa de coches eléctricos pierden un 7% desde que su fundador anunciara el 7 de agosto su salida de Bolsa
¿Para qué sirve tomar colágeno?
‘Darwin, te necesito’ es la serie de 'Materia' y EL PAÍS VÍDEO que aborda los tópicos de la ciencia para separar los mitos de la realidad
El equipo que debutó en Segunda en el Wanda Metropolitano
El Rayo Majadahonda disputa su primer partido en la división de plata en el escenario de la final de Champions por las obras en su estadio

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La convenzione «a prova di bomba»Rendimento garantito sopra il 7%investimenti sempre sotto il previsto 

La convenzione «a prova di bomba»Rendimento  garantito  sopra il 7%investimenti sempre sotto il previsto 

Asia Argento, a tradirla è stata Rain Dove, la compagna di Rose McGowan

Asia Argento, a tradirla è stata Rain Dove, la compagna di Rose McGowan

La rivelazione su Twitter: «Sono stata io e lo rifarei». Negli scambi pubblicati da Tmz l’attrice italiana ammetteva di aver fatto sesso con Jimmy Bennet

Quanto versa davvero l’Italia all’Europa? Venti miliardi o tre? Ecco le cifre 

Quanto versa davvero l’Italia all’Europa? Venti miliardi o tre? Ecco le cifre 

Chi ha ragione tra Di Maio, che sostiene che l’Italia paghi 20 miliardi di contributi comunitari, e il commissario Oettinger che ridimensiona la cifra a 3?

Nave Diciotti, Salvini può essere sentito. E lui: «Rinuncio a immunità»

Nave Diciotti, Salvini può essere sentito. E lui: «Rinuncio a immunità»

Per il presidente del Tribunale dei ministri, Salvatore Di Vitale «dipende da come si orienterà questo organismo, ma lo stesso ministro potrà chiedere di essere ascoltato». I quattro scafisti portati in carcere

Tra i 5 Stelle cresce la fronda pro Fico. Le due linee dei grillini sulla Ue

Tra i 5 Stelle cresce la fronda pro Fico. Le due linee dei grillini sulla Ue

Le due linee del Movimento sulla Ue. La minoranza teme una «deriva di destra» e una riforma di Dublino che chiuda ai profughi

Con il cuginetto in sella al motorino: muore a nove anni, era senza casco

Con il cuginetto in sella al motorino: muore a nove anni, era senza casco

Taranto, i due bimbi sono finiti contro un muro. Si indaga per omicidio colposo

Bungee jumping da ridere: la turista non capisce che deve saltare nel vuoto

Bungee jumping da ridere: la turista non capisce che deve saltare nel vuoto

Parla solo in cinese e non capisce la parola «jump». Gli istruttori non sanno più che fare

Juventus, Bonucci chiede scusa ai tifosi sotto la curva dello Stadium. E il video diventa virale

Juventus, Bonucci chiede scusa ai tifosi sotto la curva dello Stadium. E il video diventa virale

Dopo il match vinto contro la Lazio

Torniamo in Africa col pedalò, il video dedicato a Salvini del rapper Lamin Ceesay

Torniamo in Africa col pedalò, il video dedicato a Salvini del rapper Lamin Ceesay

Il filmato è stato postato sui social

Cerca di rubare i soldi dalla cassa del negozio ma l’aspetta una brutta sorpresa

Cerca di rubare i soldi dalla cassa del negozio ma l’aspetta una brutta sorpresa

Ecco cosa ha escogitato questo commerciante in Brasile

Inter, disastro Handanovic: l’uscita è disastrosa e il Torino segna

Inter, disastro Handanovic: l’uscita è disastrosa e il Torino segna

L’errore del portiere nerazzuro contro i granata

Spagna, i migranti sbarcano in spiaggia tra i turisti

Spagna, i migranti sbarcano in spiaggia tra i turisti

È successo sulla popolare spiaggia di Barrosa, sulla Costa de la Luz

L’agguato a Bugsy Siegel Gangster che giocava con i divi

L’agguato a Bugsy Siegel Gangster che giocava con i divi

Emigrato a Los Angeles negli anni Trenta per esportare la mafia newyorkese, diventa intimo delle star del cinema, da James Stewart a Cary Grant. Un giorno ha l’intuizione di portare un casinò di lusso nel deserto: è così che nasce Las Vegas. Viene ucciso in casa, da una raffica di colpi attraverso la finestra: 70 anni dopo, il delitto di Bugsy è un caso irrisolto. La sua storia ha conquistato anche Godard, il genio della Nouvelle Vogue

Il rapporto choccontro il Papa«Coprì gli abusi,ora si dimetta»

Il rapporto choccontro il Papa«Coprì gli abusi,ora si dimetta»

L’ex nunzio a Washington,leader dei conservatori:«Sapeva delle molestie di McCarrick dal 2013 ma non fece nulla». L’eco del caso cileno e l’ombra di una resa dei conti

Esami facili, ecco i maghi dei test che aiutano gli studentiBuone Notizie gratis in edicola

Esami facili, ecco i maghi dei test che aiutano gli studentiBuone Notizie gratis in edicola

L’idea della startup Testbusters è diventare il punto di riferimento per chi vuole iscriversi alle facoltà del ramo sanitario tra cui anche Odontoiatria e Veterinaria

Minacce razziste contro Agitu, allevatrice etiope in Trentino: “Brutta n...”

Minacce razziste contro  Agitu, allevatrice etiope in Trentino: “Brutta n...”

In Italia dal 2010, racconta una storia di integrazione. Da un anno subisce aggressioni nella sua azienda agricola, in Val dei Mocheni: «Mi hanno fatto ritrovare anche uno dei miei animali senza vita»

Le ladre eleganti: così sfilano 14 mila euro  alla turista Video

Le ladre eleganti:  così  sfilano 14 mila euro  alla turista Video

La banda delle borseggiatrici, giovani ed eleganti, individuata e denunciata dagli agenti della polizia ferroviaria. In azione in quattro ai danni di una giovane indonesiana: inchiodate dalle telecamere di sorveglianza

Maltempo: nel Gargano campeggi evacuati per grandine, neve a Cortina, 2 gradi a Brunico Le previsioni

Maltempo: nel Gargano campeggi evacuati per grandine, neve a Cortina, 2 gradi a Brunico Le previsioni

Freddo e temporali gelano l’agosto italiano: temperature sotto zero al Brennero, nubifragi in Puglia. Ma già da oggi torna il caldo

Rohingya, l’Onu: è stato genocidio  E accusa Aung San Suu Kyi

Rohingya, l’Onu: è stato genocidio  E accusa Aung San Suu Kyi

La commissione denuncia il genocidio: colpevoli  sei generali, silenzio connivente della Nobel per la pace Nel mirino anche Facebook per aver diffuso odio

Alpinisti improvvisati (e incivili): l’allarme delle guide alpine

Alpinisti improvvisati (e incivili): l’allarme delle guide alpine

L’estate segnata da decine di gesti di imprudenza. In aumento le vittime

«Così sono diventato un meme»: Jacopo, il Ragazzo Comunista foto

 «Così  sono diventato un meme»: Jacopo, il Ragazzo Comunista foto

La foto che lo riprende 16enne con una bandiera comunista è stata condivisa migliaia di volte su diverse pagine Facebook. «È una violenza, non hai controllo sulla tua immagine».

Sardegna, si ribalta giostra  del luna park:  10 bambini feriti

Sardegna, si ribalta giostra  del luna park:  10 bambini feriti

Una parte della struttura ha ceduto all’improvviso: tanta paura per i genitori e i bimbi, che fortunatamente hanno riportato solo lievi escoriazioni

Di Maio su Forbes ritratto da Oliviero Toscani, fotografo dei Benetton

Di Maio su Forbes  ritratto da  Oliviero Toscani, fotografo dei Benetton

Lo scatto realizzato almeno 15 giorni prima del crollo del ponte Morandi a Genova

Bussetti: troppe le ore di alternanza scuola-lavoro, in arrivo modifiche

Bussetti: troppe le ore di alternanza scuola-lavoro, in arrivo modifiche

Il ministro: Ci sono scuole in difficoltà, voglio cambiare il nome e introdurre una soglia minima di ore. Le attività devono aderire al programma scolastico

La madre di Fabio Rovazzi:  «Da piccolo mi regalava  un fiore ogni giorno» |Foto

La madre di Fabio Rovazzi:  «Da piccolo mi regalava  un fiore ogni giorno» |Foto

Beatrice Pizzorno: «Quando abbandonò il liceo al quarto anno fu dura, ma adesso so che aveva un’urgenza creativa. L’amore per il cinema grazie al padre, che non c’è più»

Navigli riaperti: più alberi, ponti e la ciclabile «a scomparsa» Foto

Navigli riaperti: più alberi, ponti e la ciclabile «a scomparsa» Foto

L’amministrazione orientata a recepire tre o quattro osservazioni di comitati e residenti in merito al progetto di riapertura dei Navigli. Tra queste, una passerella a scomparsa per le biciclette che si alternerà sotto il ponte delle Gabelle al transito delle barche

Sterilizzare i topi, Roma divisa I residenti: «Serve pulire le strade»

Sterilizzare i topi, Roma divisa I residenti: «Serve pulire le strade»

Dopo la proposta del consulente dell’assessorato all’Ambiente Edgar Meyer gli animalisti sono entusiasti: punto di svolta nella tutela di esseri viventi

Violenza su turista, indagati  due allievi agenti di polizia

Violenza su turista, indagati  due allievi agenti di polizia

Il fatto sarebbe accaduto in un albergo. Per i giovani di 21 e 23 anni  della Scuola di Brescia è stata avviata la procedura di sospensione

L'altra faccia di Instagram: foto hot tra minori in cambio di buoni  Come funziona: il grafico

L'altra faccia di Instagram: foto hot  tra  minori in cambio di buoni  Come funziona: il grafico

Usati i messaggi privati sul social. La società: «Rimuoviamo chi viola le regole»

Il caso del Cavallo di Leonardo: «Milano l’ha abbandonato»

Il caso del Cavallo di Leonardo: «Milano l’ha abbandonato»

Donato dagli Usa, usato per rilanciare la periferia. Lettera di protesta a Sala

L’Indiana Jones del Perù è italiano e cerca la città sacra di Cahuachi

L’Indiana Jones del Perù è italiano e cerca la  città sacra di Cahuachi

Da 36 anni Orefici scava nel deserto per riportare alla luce la città sacra di Cahuachi. «Ma ho finito i soldi»

I 105 anni di Pahor: «Al mattino una pillola e 7 fettine di pane»

I 105 anni di Pahor: «Al mattino una pillola e 7 fettine di pane»

Lo scrittore: da quando sono uscito dal lageril passare del tempo mi lascia indifferente

Un milione e mezzo di lavoratori in nero: lo Stato perde 20 miliardi

Un milione e mezzo di lavoratori in nero: lo Stato perde 20 miliardi

L’Ispettorato del lavoro ha registrato oltre 100 mila irregolarità in 160 mila aziende italiane controllate nel 2017

Rita Dalla Chiesa: «Tolta la scorta a Capitano Ultimo. Perché a Saviano sì e a lui no?»

Rita Dalla Chiesa: «Tolta la scorta a Capitano Ultimo. Perché a Saviano sì e a lui no?»

«Salvini lei sa di questa aberrante decisione?» scrive la giornalista su Facebook. La replica: «Chiederò informazioni». Il provvedimento è in vigore dal 3 settembre

Maestra assunta a 66 anni (uno dalla pensione): «Date la mia cattedra a un giovane»

Maestra assunta a 66 anni (uno dalla pensione): «Date la mia cattedra a un giovane»

La scelta di Rosella, insegnante di Viareggio, arrivata a un anno dalla pensione dopo una carriera da precaria. Il suo gesto di generosità le costerà il 30-40% della pensione

Fuga in massa dal Venezuela «È come nel Mediterraneo»

Fuga in massa dal Venezuela «È come nel Mediterraneo»

A piedi verso Sud per migliaia di chilometri. L’allarme dell’Onu

Siria, 16 bimbi ostaggi dell’ Isis «Un ragazzo è stato decapitato»

Siria, 16 bimbi ostaggi dell’ Isis «Un ragazzo è stato decapitato»

Hanno tra i 7 e i 15 anni. Sequestrati il mese scorso insieme a delle donne. Secondo Human Rights Watch, i jihadisti li starebbero usando per negoziare i lasciapassare con il governo siriano

Gole di Raganello, la piccola Chiara riabbraccia la sorellina: lettera  ai genitori morti

Gole di Raganello, la piccola Chiara riabbraccia la sorellina:  lettera  ai genitori morti

Le due sorelle sopravvissute alla piena del torrente si ritrovano all’ospedale Gemelli di Roma. La lettera della grande, 11 anni, a mamma e e papà morti tra le acque. Gli psicologi al lavoro per aiutarle: «Un’emozione vederle abbracciate»

Il Boeing del re del Qatar è in vendita: 10 bagni, ecco com’è

Il Boeing del re del Qatar è in vendita: 10 bagni, ecco com’è

Costruito nel 2012 e con appena 403 ore di volo, il jumbo jet 747-8I è stato sottoposto ad una radicale trasformazione che ne ha accresciuto il prezzo di listino, che è di oltre 350 milioni di euro 

Roma-Atalanta 3-3, i giallorossi hanno un asso nella Manolas

Roma-Atalanta 3-3, i giallorossi hanno un asso nella Manolas

Dopo un primo tempo in cui gli uomini di Gasperini danno lezioni e segnano tre gol con Castagne e doppio Rigoni, la squadra di Di Francesco rimonta con Florenzi e il greco

La Prova del Cuoco, polemica sulla presenza di Lo Cicero a fianco di Elisa Isoardi: «Razzista e omofobo»

La Prova del Cuoco, polemica sulla presenza di Lo Cicero a fianco di Elisa Isoardi: «Razzista e omofobo»

Il deputato del Partito Democratico Michele Anzaldi tuona contro la Rai e la scelta della rete di ingaggiare l'ex rugbysta per affiancare la conduttrice

Giorgia Rossi e Elena Tambini, le gemelle del gol insieme in tv e sui social

Giorgia Rossi e Elena Tambini, le gemelle del gol insieme in tv e sui social

Le due giornaliste Mediaset conducono «Aspettando Pressing». Sui social intanto, cresce il loro consenso e guadagnano follower. Non sono solo colleghe, ma anche amiche

La Lamborghini Aventador SVJ svelata in California |Le foto

La Lamborghini Aventador SVJ svelata in California |Le foto

«SV» sta per Super Veloce. Con il suffisso «J», di Jota: il marchio della superiorità su pista. La nuova versione della supercar presentata durante la Monterey Car Week

Tacchi alti: otto trucchi che funzionano per camminare agili come Marylin Monroe

Tacchi alti: otto trucchi che funzionano per camminare agili come Marylin Monroe

L’attrice sosteneva: «Date a una ragazza le scarpe giuste e conquisterà il mondo». A patto però che sappia indossarle nel modo giusto 

Shapiro e Vandelli, pace fattatra gli ex rivali del beat italiano

Shapiro e Vandelli, pace fattatra gli ex rivali del beat italiano

Disco e tournée insieme per sanare vecchie ruggini musicali (e non solo)

Lo chef Gennaro Esposito e la cena da Ancelotti: «Mi ha stupito con polpo e pesce crudo»

Lo chef Gennaro Esposito e la cena da Ancelotti: «Mi ha stupito con polpo e pesce crudo»

Avvistato squalo di tre metri a Jesolo e i pescatori lo accarezzano

Avvistato squalo di tre metri a Jesolo e i pescatori lo accarezzano

L’incontro con uno squalo verdesca che si è avvicinato alla barca in cerca di cibo

Il calamaro gigante e gli altri «mostri» marini (e non solo): animali che mettono paura

Il calamaro gigante e gli altri «mostri» marini (e non solo): animali che mettono paura

Tra i pesci e che vivono negli oceani del nostro pianeta vi sono alcune specie davvero «mostruose». Ma anche alligatori, lucertole etc possono diventare extra large

Tornano le Frecce d’Argento Mercedes Ecco l’elettrica Vision EQ Silver Arrow

Tornano le Frecce d’Argento Mercedes Ecco l’elettrica Vision EQ Silver Arrow

Si ispira alla W125, l’auto dei record del 1937. Ma è un viaggio nel futuro. Zero emissioni, 750 cavalli di potenza «pulita», un solo posto (ma raffinatissimo), intelligenza artificiale e...

Gp del Belgio: così l’Halo ha salvato Leclerc nell’incidente con Alonso

Gp del Belgio: così l’Halo ha salvato Leclerc nell’incidente con Alonso

L’aureola di sicurezza introdotta da quest’anno ha salvato il pilota monegasco

Torino, la Cappella della Sindone riaprirà il 27 settembre

Torino, la Cappella della Sindone riaprirà il 27 settembre

Il capolavoro di Guarini tornerà visibile al pubblico a distanza di 28 anni: era il 4 maggio 1990 quando da un cornicione si staccò una lastra di marmo che crollò a terra

Meghan Markle, 100 giorni da principessa (e la luna di miele può attendere)

Meghan Markle, 100 giorni da principessa (e la luna di miele può attendere)

Harry e Meghan si trovano ora in vacanza a Balmoral, ospiti della nonna Elisabetta. A ottobre partiranno per Sydney dove si svolgeranno gli Invictus Games, i giochi per reduci dell’esercito dove si mostrarono al mondo insieme per la prima volta

Dalla rabbia all'alito cattivo, cosa succede al corpo se si assumono troppe proteine

Dalla rabbia all'alito cattivo, cosa succede al corpo se si assumono troppe proteine

Sebbene siano fondamentali in un'alimentazione bilanciata, ciò non significa che se ne debba abusare, perché un eccesso di questi nutrienti può provocare una serie di disturbi che, se trascurati, rischiano di sfociare in patologie anche gravi.

Juventus, Bonucci chiede scusa ai tifosi sotto la curva dello Stadium. E il video diventa virale

Juventus, Bonucci chiede scusa ai tifosi sotto la curva dello Stadium. E il video diventa virale

Dopo il match vinto contro la Lazio

Tra fango e pneumatici, è a Rovereto la corsa ad ostacoli più pazza d’Italia

Tra fango e pneumatici, è a Rovereto la corsa ad ostacoli più pazza d’Italia

La manifestazione promossa da RCS Sport – RCS Active Team è in programma il 22 settembre su un percorso cittadino. Aperta a tutti, vige una regola: essere mascherati

Cristina D’Avena in bikini sui social: «Gli ultimi giorni di sole»

Cristina D’Avena in bikini sui social: «Gli ultimi giorni di sole»

Like, condivisioni e commenti per lo scatto che ritrae la cantante 54enne. «Gli anni passano e tu non sei cambiata per niente, una ragazzina» le scrivono i fan

Calabria, l'elefante scappa dal circo a va al mare a farsi un tuffo tra i turisti

Calabria, l'elefante scappa dal circo a va al mare a farsi un tuffo tra i turisti

La scena ripresa a Santa Maria del Cedro in provincia di Cosenza

Belli ma invasori: le specie aliene in Italia

Belli ma invasori: le specie aliene in Italia

Dallo scoiattolo grigio al gambero della Louisiana, dal calabrone asiatico alla rana toro: un concorso fotografico per conoscerle meglioDallo scoiattolo grigio al gambero della Louisiana, dal calabrone asiatico alla rana toro: un concorso fotografico per conoscerle meglio

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Piaggio, via alla Vespa elettrica Sarà prodotta da settembre

Da ottobre si potrà ordinarla online, a novembre sarà su strada. E dal marzo 2019 disponibile anche in versione ibrida. Prezzo: circa 6 mila euro. L’espansione negli Usa

Spice Girls, tra rehab, radio e record ecco cosa fanno oggi (e si parla di reunion)

Spice Girls, tra rehab, radio e record ecco cosa fanno oggi (e si parla di reunion)

Sono il gruppo femminile ad aver venduto di più nella storia ma chiusa la parentesi artistica, oggi Mel C, Mel B, Victoria, Emma e Geri hanno preso strade diverse, tra alti e bassi

Nuove aperture a Milano, i 15 locali da provare dopo le vacanze

Nuove aperture a Milano, i 15 locali da provare dopo le vacanze

Meryl Streep, attico in vendita a New York per 25 milioni di dollari

Meryl Streep, attico in vendita a New York per 25 milioni di dollari

Quattrocento metri quadrati nel cuore di Manhattan, nell’esclusivo quartiere di Tribeca. Nel 2006 è stato acquistato per 10.13 milioni

Il pantalone dell'autunno? Ecco 5 modelli che non passeranno (quasi mai) di moda

Il pantalone dell'autunno? Ecco 5 modelli che non passeranno (quasi mai) di moda

A gamba dritta o a vita alta, ultra-comodi oppure a zampa, le tendenze della nuova stagione offrono innumerevoli soluzioni

Cassel e Tina Kunakey, le foto del matrimonio a sorpresa | Se l’età (non) fa la differenza

Cassel e Tina Kunakey, le foto del matrimonio a sorpresa | Se l’età (non) fa la differenza

L’attore e la top model si sono uniti in matrimonio a Bidart, a pochi chilometri da Biarritz. Ecco le immagini L’attore e la top model si sono uniti in matrimonio a Bidart, a pochi chilometri da Biarritz.

La serenata di Vincent Cassel alla moglie Tina Kunakey

La serenata di Vincent Cassel alla moglie Tina Kunakey

La canzone alla fine del matrimonio

Milano, maxischermi e buona cucina: il ritorno al «bar sport»

Milano, maxischermi e buona cucina: il ritorno al «bar sport»

Ecco le tane dei tifosi dove condividere la voglia di calcio. Con l’arrivo di nuove piattaforme in molti preferiscono seguire la propria squadra su un video pubblico: così i locali si sono attrezzati per trasmettere le partite

Spendi troppo? Scegli l’app che ti ferma L’Economia oggi in edicola

Spendi troppo? Scegli l’app che ti ferma L’Economia oggi in edicola

Dai software per il bilancio familiare offerti dalle banche online al programma che ti sanziona quando tradisci le buone pratiche. Gli strumenti anti-spreco con (a volte) l’opzione dell’investimento

Dazn, un po’ meglio la seconda (di campionato) ma bisogna investire

Dazn, un po’ meglio la seconda (di campionato) ma bisogna investire

La piattaforma ha dovuto gestire Napoli-Milan dopo la debacle dell’esordio. Qualche segno di miglioramento, ma le lamentele continuano

Formula 1, le pagelle del Gp a Spa. Una Ferrari da 8,5 e la rimonta perfetta di Vettel (8) per riprendersi il Mondiale

Formula 1, le pagelle del Gp a Spa. Una Ferrari da 8,5 e la rimonta perfetta di Vettel (8) per riprendersi il Mondiale

Dieci e lode all’Halo: sarà anche brutto ma salva vite. Hamilton limita i danni ma non parli di «trucchi» se non ha le prove. Zero a McLaren e Williams

La nuova vita di Francesco Totti, dal campo agli spot tv

La nuova vita di Francesco Totti, dal campo agli spot tv

L'ex capitano romanista è il nuovo protagonista dello spot Dash

L’eredità di Mandela

L’eredità di Mandela

Tumori del sangue, via libera europea alle prime due terapie cellulari

Tumori del sangue, via libera europea alle prime due terapie cellulari

Sono basate sulla tecnica Car-T e sono approvate per alcuni tipi di linfomi e leucemie che non rispondono ad altri trattamenti. Ora verrà affrontata la trattativa con Aifa per la loro rimborsabilità da parte del nostro Servizio Sanitario Nazionale

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La Nasa festeggia  i 100 anni di Mrs  Johnson, la fisica  che calcolò a mano la rotta  dell’Apollo 11

La storia della matematica americana che ha lavorato alla Nasa in tutte le missioni più importanti. Quando Glenn disse: se le ha controllato le traiettorie posso partire. L’omaggio della Barbie

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I redditi della squadra di governo: Bongiorno stacca tutti, Di Maio allega i dati di tutta la famiglia

Sul sito del governo sono in pochi ad aver pubblicato le dichiarazioni. Prima l’avvocatessa titolare della Funzione pubblica. Il più trasparente? Di Maio: la madre dichiara 52mila euro, il padre solo 88, la sorella 11mila e il fratello zero

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Da Alfano a Padoan, le indagini del Tribunale dei ministri (sempre tutte archiviate)

Il tribunale che giudicherà Salvini sul sequestro di persona dei migranti della Diciotti è stato istituito nel 1989. Da allora tante indagini su premier e ministri, ma sempre con un nulla di fatto

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Scalfaro e l’attacco  sui fondi Sisde Il presidente rispose: «Non ci sto!»

La biografia (Passigli) di Guido Dell’Aquila rievoca la fase in cui l’allora capo dello Stato venne chiamato in causa per le somme ricevute quando era ministro dell’Interno

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Prostata ingrossata, non è solo da «anziani»: come prevenirla  per tempo Cibi sì e cibi no

Cominciare prima dei quaranta con esercizio fisico e controllo di pressione, glicemia e colesterolo può ridurre e rimandare i i tipici disturbi legati all’avanzare dell’età

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Il primo capitolo della tetralogia (e/o, 2011) è da 352 settimane nella classifica  dei libri più venduti. Per il critico è paragonabile al «Gattopardo» Sondaggio - I libri, il successo, l’identità. Lo speciale dedicato a Elena Ferrante

Ecco come Facebook vuole farci stringere nuove amicizie  con gli sconosciuti

Ecco come Facebook vuole farci stringere nuove amicizie  con gli sconosciuti

Il social sta testando negli Usa una funzionalità per mettere in evidenza nei commenti dei post informazioni che altri utenti condividono con noi. Ma questo avviene solo per i dati resi pubblici sul proprio profilo 

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La rivincitadei numeri

La ricerca sugli atleti arrivati secondi ai Giochi: «Sono più ricchi e longevi delle medaglie d’oro»È come una vita da Yanez:pirata sì, ma senza fardelli

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La dieta mima-digiuno serve a combattere il tumore?

È un «tormentone» che a volte ritorna, un passaparola che circola fra i malati: digiunare (o quasi), soprattutto durante la chemioterapia, può potenziare gli effetti delle cure. La verità spiegata da un'esperta

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Ti distrai con le mail e poi ti senti schiacciato? Lavora di più

Consigli per il rientro post ferie: per non perdere tempo prima e finire sovraccaricati poi, meglio applicarsi con attenzione. Porta produttività e soddisfazione personale

L’antica Grecia era multiculturale  Una civiltà sbocciata da tanti semi

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È in edicola la nuova uscita della serie dedicata alle meraviglie del lontano passato Nel secondo volume i rapporti di scambio che hanno caratterizzato il Mediterraneo

Foto, poesie, link di cosa è fatta la vostra felicità Raccontatela qui

Foto, poesie, link di cosa è fatta la vostra felicità Raccontatela qui

Una ricerca tradizionale con questionario e poi FeliceMente, con tre domande sulla memoria, il presente e le attese sulle quali proiettare il futuro. Quale ritratto dell’Italia emerge? Non c’è ossessione per successi, poteri o competizioni ma la ricerca del senso di comunità e la voglia di costruire un vero rapporto con la natura

La sfida vinta di Maria Montessori Liberare la creatività dei bambini

La sfida vinta di Maria Montessori Liberare la creatività dei bambini

Dal 20 agosto con il quotidiano il primo volume della serie sulla rivoluzionaria pedagogista. Una donna in campo per battere i pregiudizi dell’educazione autoritaria - L’uscita d’esordio: un approccio innovativo all’universo dell’infanzia

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Nafta, John McCain, Pope Francis: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Asia and Australia Edition: Myanmar, John McCain, Pope Francis: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Trump Strikes Nafta Deal With Mexico and Threatens to Freeze Out Canada
The agreement is a major step for President Trump, who has threatened to scrap the pact altogether. But Canada is still on the sidelines, and many issues are unresolved.
Fact Check of the Day: Trump Falsely Calls Preliminary Pact Between U.S. and Mexico ‘Maybe the Largest Trade Deal Ever’
“I cannot imagine any metric in which an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico can be the largest,” a trade expert said.
Trump Finally Weighs In on McCain, Two Days After He Died
The president broke a period of silence by issuing a proclamation to fly the flag of the United States at half-staff until the day of his interment.
Arizona Governor Faces a Tough Choice: A Senator Made From McCain’s Mold or Trump’s
The vacant Senate seat of the late John McCain has exposed the rift between his followers and the party’s Trumpian base.
John McCain, War Hero, Senator, Presidential Contender, Dies at 81
A naval aviator who endured torture in Vietnam, Mr. McCain rose to the heights of power in Washington until cancer felled him.
In Defending Trump, Is Giuliani a Shrewd Tactician or ‘Untethered’?
Rudolph Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, detailed for the first time his strategy for representing the president, in blunt and divisively political terms.
Bruce Ohr Fought Russian Organized Crime. Now He’s a Target of Trump.
Mr. Ohr, a longtime Justice Department official, was targeted in attacks by the president and his allies for links to the Russia investigation. He could lose his security clearance.
Could Trump’s Missing Signature Force Him to Be Deposed?
President Trump never signed the non-disclosure deal with Stephanie Clifford. With that omission, her lawyer vowed last week to ask a judge to lift a stay and allow him to question Mr. Trump under oath.
Pope Francis Long Knew of Cardinal’s Abuse and Must Resign, Archbishop Says
Carlo Maria Viganò, once the Vatican’s top diplomat in the U.S., claims Francis was complicit in covering up sexual abuse by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.
Meet Josh Shapiro, the Man Behind the Bombshell Investigation of Clergy Sexual Abuse
As attorney general of Pennsylvania, Mr. Shapiro rooted out sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, prompting international calls for reform. Now, he talks about the anti-Semitism he faced, how the report shaped his own spirituality, and the possibility of a federal investigation.
Pope Francis, the Accusations and the Back Story
Here are questions and answers about allegations that Francis helped cover up a cardinal’s misconduct and about the deeper church disputes behind them.
A Trump Endorsement Can Decide a Race. Here’s How to Get One.
The president’s grip on G.O.P. primary voters is as strong as it has been since he seized the party’s nomination a little over two years ago.
‘Sick of Losing,’ Democrats Race to the End of a Wild Florida Primary for Governor
An unusually tight and unpredictable contest in the nation’s largest swing state reflects the contours of the national Democratic Party.
Joe Arpaio Could’ve Ridden Into the Sunset. Instead He’s Taking a Pummeling in Arizona.
Joe Arpaio is in last place in the Senate primary, a sign of how Arizona is changing. Democrats hope to break their long dry spell in the state.
Gunman at Jacksonville Video Tournament Targeted His Fellow Gamers, Police Say
The close-knit world of e-sports gaming has been traumatized by Sunday’s mass shooting.
What You Might Not Know About E-sports, a $620 Million Industry
A fatal shooting in Florida on Sunday thrust e-sports, a young and growing industry, into the national spotlight.
Why It Can Happen Here
We’re very close to becoming another Poland or Hungary.
Capturing a Genocide on Their Cellphones
The Rohingya refugees of Myanmar have enough raw footage to make a case at the International Criminal Court.
Fight Drug Abuse, Don’t Subsidize It
Americans struggling with addiction need treatment and reduced access to deadly drugs. They do not need a taxpayer-sponsored haven to shoot up.
Death in the Age of Narcissism
But enough about John McCain. Here’s some more about me.
No, the Church Does Not Love Ireland
But the Irish people have learned to love one another.
Representation Is More Than Skin Color
Is it enough to look like the artist if you do not recognize yourself in the art?
Getting Off the Fence About Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitism
I won’t vote Labour again until he’s gone.
How to Celebrate a Complicated Win for Women
Can we honor those who helped achieve women’s suffrage, while recognizing the complexity — and occasional ugliness — of their movement?
Hairy Baby? Better Get a C-section. Gingivitis? C-section. Scoliosis? C-section.
The challenges of trying to give birth naturally in surgery-happy Brazil.
Frustration With Racism Is Coming to the Ballot Box
A new poll shows people of color feel disrespected and fed up — and they stand to influence many of the most competitive House races.
What the Press Can Do Better
Readers responded to a Times editorial joining hundreds of other publications affirming the value of a free press.
A Catholic Civil War?
Traditionalists want strict adherence to church doctrine. Liberals want the doctrine changed.
A Surprisingly Simple Way to Help Level the Playing Field of College Admissions
White, Asian-American and affluent students commonly take the SAT more than once, but disadvantaged students are less likely to, and it’s holding them back.
Nonfiction: Does Our Cultural Obsession With Safety Spell the Downfall of Democracy?
Two new books — “The Splintering of the American Mind,” by William Egginton, and “The Coddling of the American Mind,” by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt — warn of the threat to the country’s political and social well-being by a fractured generation convinced of its fragility.
Aleksei Navalny, Kremlin Critic, Is Jailed Ahead of Pension Protests
The latest short jail term for the opposition leader comes before expected demonstrations against an unpopular plan to raise the retirement age in Russia.
3-D Printed Gun Plans Must Stay Off Internet for Now, Judge Rules
A federal judge, in approving a preliminary injunction sought by states, cited the potential harm caused “if the existing restrictions are withdrawn.”
U.S. Open Live Updates: No. 1 Simona Halep Falls; Venus Williams Survives
Stay here for live results and analysis from the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows.
Student Loan Watchdog Quits, Saying Trump Administration Is Harming Students
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s top student loan official accused its leadership of favoring “powerful financial companies” over consumers.
Kushner Companies and Michael Cohen Accused of Falsifying Building Permits to Push Out Tenants
New York City’s Department of Buildings cited Kushner Companies, saying the company underreported the number of rent-regulated tenants. Tenant activists claim a group led by Mr. Cohen did the same thing.
Emboldened by Parkland, Newtown Students Find Their Voice
Students who were in fourth grade at Sandy Hook during the 2012 massacre are starting 10th grade. Many are becoming more vocal about mass shootings.
17,500 Dutchmen Gave Their DNA in a Murder Inquiry. After 20 Years, an Arrest.
A practice known as familial DNA profiling, in which investigators take samples from potential relatives of a suspect, has led to the resolution of two major Dutch cold murder cases.
Did Juul Lure Teenagers and Get ‘Customers for Life’?
The e-cigarette company says it never sought teenage users, but the F.D.A. is investigating whether Juul intentionally marketed its devices to youth.
Scott Morrison Is a New Kind of Australian Prime Minister: An Evangelical Christian
Sworn in last week, the new leader has talked openly and often about his evangelical Christian faith — a rarity in Australian politics.
What to Do When You’re Bad at Money
Personal finance management is a concrete, learnable skill. Here’s where to start.
Trilobites: Before You Flush Your Contact Lenses, You Might Want to Know This
Flushing disposable contacts down the toilet or washing them down the drain may contribute to the problem of microplastic pollution, researchers said.
What to Cook: What to Cook This Week
Skip the pancakes, and make surnoli instead. (And for dinner, how about a silky eggplant salad, toasted coconut rice and slow-roasted salmon?)
Editors’ Choice: 7 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
In Brazil, ‘Queer Museum’ Is Censored, Debated, Then Celebrated
A controversial exhibition was shut down after protests by religious groups, inciting a national argument about art. After a record-setting fund-raising drive, the show reopened to large crowds.
In Liberal Wine Country, Turning Newspaper Readers Into Shareholders
A weekly newspaper publisher in Northern California is selling stock to its readers, who hope to save their paper and, some of them believe, democracy.
Patricia Clarkson: ‘Sharp Objects’ Included ‘Some of the Toughest Scenes I’ve Played’
Over eight episodes, Ms. Clarkson’s character is revealed to be much more than just a domineering matriarch.
The Teacher Who Moonlighted as a Pro Tennis Player
Gregory Howe spent nearly a year trying to earn a single rankings point in tennis. The pursuit took him to tournaments in Sudan, Tunisia, Beijing and beyond.
The High End: An Artful Makeover for Two Bushwick Blocks
The sprawling Rheingold Brewery site becomes a 911-apartment rental complex that offers “maker” spaces and multistory murals painted by local artists.
Should I Flush It? Most Often, the Answer Is No
We asked wastewater management experts about what’s safe to dispose of down your toilet or sink. Their answer: Not much.
Trilobites: The Mysterious Green Orbs That Float by Day and Sink at Night
Known in Japan as marimo, the unusual balls of algae seem to follow a biological clock that helps them pursue sunlight while underwater.
In World’s ‘Happiest’ Countries, Signs of a Happiness Gap
In the five Nordic countries, an average of 12.3 percent of the population is “struggling” or “suffering,” according to new research.
The Checkup: Let Kids Play
Doctors should prescribe playtime for young children, the American Academy of Pediatrics says.

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‘We don’t have any fear’: India’s angry young men and its lynch mob crisis
Dozens have been killed by lynch mobs, and extremist Hindus continue to assault and kill others, many of them Muslims. Rage fueled by gender imbalances, identity politics and economics is stirring trouble.
Was an Egyptian leader’s son-in-law an Israeli spy? A new Netflix film revives the debate.
The truth, according to both Israeli and Egyptian writers, politicians and historians, is far more complicated and, ultimately, may never be known.
U.N. report calls for Myanmar generals to be prosecuted for genocide, war crimes 
The report challenges the military’s decades-long assertions that it is merely responding to security challenges posed to the state by the Rohingya crisis.
After U.S.-Mexico trade deal, all eyes turn to Canada talks
Major obstacles remain in talks with Ottawa.
Turmoil in the Afghan government’s security team raises worries about stability 
A top security aide quit the U.S.-backed government at a key moment.
Authorities demand answers after a British couple die suddenly on vacation in Egypt
Authorities in both Britain and Egypt have launched investigations into the circumstances surrounding the couple's mysterious death.
Russian activist Navalny sentenced to 30 days in jail as protests, elections loom
The Putin critic will return to jail amid public discontent over a government plan to raise the retirement age.
Facebook blocks accounts of Myanmar’s top general, other military leaders
The social media giant took the rare step the same day that a scathing U.N. report called for war-crimes prosecutions of Myanmar’s top military brass.
Authorities demand answers after a British couple die suddenly on vacation in Egypt
Authorities in both Britain and Egypt have launched investigations into the circumstances surrounding the couple's mysterious death.
Was an Egyptian leader’s son-in-law an Israeli spy? A new Netflix film revives the debate.
The truth, according to both Israeli and Egyptian writers, politicians and historians, is far more complicated and, ultimately, may never be known.
How Vietnam has reacted to the death of John McCain
Among those paying tribute was the former warden of the "Hanoi Hilton" prison where McCain was held during the Vietnam War.
Trump, McCain and the waning of the ‘liberal order’
McCain's neoconservative internationalism, reviled by the U.S. president, may be in its twilight.
‘Resolute in his beliefs, even pugnacious’: McCain remembered as tough on military brass
When Sen. John McCain questioned generals and admirals, the gloves came off.
U.N. report calls for Myanmar generals to be prosecuted for genocide, war crimes 
A fact-finding mission concluded that the military’s actions in Rakhine state amounted to “the gravest crimes under international law.”
Was an Egyptian leader’s son-in-law an Israeli spy? A new Netflix film revives the debate.
The truth, according to both Israeli and Egyptian writers, politicians and historians, is far more complicated and, ultimately, may never be known.
How Vietnam has reacted to the death of John McCain
Among those paying tribute was the former warden of the "Hanoi Hilton" prison where McCain was held during the Vietnam War.
‘We don’t have any fear’: India’s angry young men and its lynch mob crisis
Rage fueled by gender imbalances, identity politics and economics is stirring trouble.
Trump, McCain and the waning of the ‘liberal order’
McCain's neoconservative internationalism, reviled by the U.S. president, may be in its twilight.
Too big to sanction? U.S. struggles with punishing large Russian businesses.
Attempted measures against an aluminum company caused so much market havoc the U.S. was forced to scale back.
North Korea accuses U.S. of  plotting invasion while talking with ‘a smile on its face’
An angry opinion piece in North Korean state media came two days after President Trump canceled Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s trip to Pyongyang.
Former Vatican ambassador says Popes Francis, Benedict knew of sexual misconduct allegations against McCarrick for years
In an 11-page letter, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò said that the former archbishop of Washington had been privately sanctioned under Pope Benedict XVI for his alleged sexual misconduct
Iran lawmakers fire finance minister as economic woes mount
Hard-liners put further pressure on President Hassan Rouhani’s embattled administration.
'A great defender of liberty’: World leaders mourn Sen. John McCain
To world leaders, the 81-year old Arizona Republican was a “hero,” an “inspiration to millions” and a man “of great courage.”
Pope Francis visits the Knock Shrine, where faithful believe Virgin Mary appeared on a rainy night in 1879
Francis first went into the Apparition Chapel to pray and then addressed large crowds. He said he prayed for “all the victims of abuse" and begged "the Lord’s forgiveness for these sins."
‘I will continue to fight’: How Nicaraguan students are leading the push to oust Ortega
Deadly crackdowns on protesters have driven young opposition members into hiding.
South Korea urges continued U.S.-North Korea talks despite cancellation of Pompeo trip
China, though, said little in response to the unexpected move to scrap the secretary of state’s visit to North Korea.
In Ireland, Pope Francis acknowledges ‘outrage’ over abuse, but his remarks strike some as empty
The pontiff’s two-day trip, which began Saturday, is the first papal visit to Ireland in 39 years. The abuse scandals have sharply diminished the Vatican’s once-towering authority.
Church leaders in Congo say election observers are critical
Catholic leaders who mediated a compromise on elections in Congo warned Monday that the credibility of the long-delayed vote scheduled in December depends “to a great extent” on the presence of national and international observers — and that “bias” will keep the country in crisis.
UN team: Myanmar military chiefs should face ‘genocide’ case
Investigators working for the U.N.’s top human rights body said Monday that Myanmar military leaders should be prosecuted for genocide against Rohingya Muslims, taking the unusual step of identifying by name six of those it says were behind systematic crimes targeting the ethnic minority.
Venezuelan migrants accept government offer for flight home
Nearly one hundred Venezuelan migrants in Peru are making an unexpected journey home after deciding to take up their government’s offer of a free flight back instead of continuing to eke out a living in a foreign land.
France’s Macron turns away from Trump in laying out roadmap
French President Emmanuel Macron laid out his roadmap for the country’s diplomatic priorities in the year to come during a 90-minute speech to France’s ambassadors Monday.
Stocks rise as US, Mexico announce preliminary trade deal
Stocks posted solid gains on Monday after the White House said it reached a preliminary agreement with Mexico on replacing NAFTA. The Nasdaq composite index topped 8,000 for the first time.
German police keep rival protests apart after man is killed
Hundreds of police officers worked to keep right-wing and left-wing demonstrators apart Monday night in a city in eastern Germany where an Iraqi and a Syrian citizen were arrested in the killing of a German man.

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Myanmar's military accused of genocide in damning UN report

Mission concludes army has carried out ‘gravest crimes’ against Rohingya in Rakhine and minorities elsewhere

Myanmar’s military has been accused of genocide against the Rohingya in Rakhine state in a damning UN report that alleged the army was responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity against minorities across the country.

The UN report said it found conclusive evidence that the actions of the country’s armed forces, known as the Tatmadaw, “undoubtedly amounted to the gravest crimes under international law” in Rakhine as well as in Kachin and Shan, states also riven by internal conflicts.

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Air pollution causes ‘huge’ reduction in intelligence, study reveals

Impact of high levels of toxic air ‘is equivalent to having lost a year of education’

Air pollution causes a “huge” reduction in intelligence, according to new research, indicating that the damage to society of toxic air is far deeper than the well-known impacts on physical health.

The research was conducted in China but is relevant across the world, with 95% of the global population breathing unsafe air. It found that high pollution levels led to significant drops in test scores in language and arithmetic, with the average impact equivalent to having lost a year of the person’s education.

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Trump belatedly pays tribute to McCain and orders flag to fly at half staff

Arizona senator’s farewell message criticized president – without naming him – calling US ‘a nation of ideals, not blood and soil’

Two days after John McCain’s death and well behind the thousands of glowing tributes that poured in from around the country – and beyond – for the war hero, Donald Trump issued a statement on Monday afternoon saying he respected the late senator’s service to his country.

The belated statement came moments after McCain’s final message to the nation was made public, in which – without naming Trump directly – he delivered a searing critique of the politics of deepening division in America.

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Europe can no longer rely on US for security, says Emmanuel Macron

French president to push for greater defence cooperation among European Union members

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has warned that Europe can no longer depend on the US for its military defence and called for an urgent new European security policy in the face of rising nationalism and extremism.

“Europe can no longer rely on the United States for its security,” Macron said in a foreign policy speech at what he called a “crisis moment” for European politics and global multilateralism. “It is up to us to guarantee European security.”

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Trump announces US-Mexico trade deal, setting stage for Nafta overhaul

President hails deal ‘incredible for both parties’ and says negotiations with Canada will start ‘relatively soon’

Donald Trump has said he will strike a new trade deal with Mexico while ripping up the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) and threatening a trade war with Canada.

“I’ll be terminating the existing deal and going into this deal,” the US president told reporters in the Oval Office on Monday. “We’ll be starting negotiating with Canada relatively soon. They want to negotiate very badly.”

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Merkel condemns xenophobic riots after killing of German man

Chancellor says far-right protests in eastern city of Chemnitz ‘have no place in our country’

The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, has condemned racist street violence, during which several people have been injured, that flared up after a Syrian and an Iraqi were accused of killing a German man on Sunday.

Some far-right protesters were accused of hunting foreigners in street mobs in the eastern city of Chemnitz, while others were seen with Nazi-linked banners and giving the outlawed straight-arm salute as demonstrations went into their second day.

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Egypt hotel deaths: UK couple's room had unusual smell - official

Red Sea governor says air conditioning and ventilation systems being investigated

The governor in charge of the Egyptian resort town where two British holidaymakers died suddenly last week has confirmed there was an unusual smell in their hotel room, adding to fears there may have been something in the ventilation system that contributed to their deaths.

Maj Gen Ahmed Abdullah, the Red Sea governor, told reporters in Hurghada “there was a strange odour in the room” where John Cooper, 69, and his wife Susan, 63 fell ill last Monday night. He said the room at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic hotel had been sealed off while a committee of specialists investigated the ventilation and air conditioning systems.

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'No one deserves to die over a video game': survivors recall chaos of Florida shooting

Witnesses of shooting at video gamers’ event in Jacksonville tell of moment gunman opened fire

A gunman who killed two people and wounded nine others before shooting himself dead at a video gamers’ tournament in Florida on Sunday was known to fellow players as an aloof and insular character who made little effort to make friends on the competition circuit.

Authorities in Jacksonville were on Monday looking into one theory that David Katz, 24, opened fire in anger after losing a match at the Madden NFL 19 tournament, an event themed on the popular American football video game that was taking place in a bar at the back of a pizza restaurant at the Jacksonville Landing shopping complex.

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Risk of no-deal Brexit grows every day, says German industry chief

Senior business leader says effects would be much more serious than UK admits

Many businesses in Germany are still hoping the UK reverses its decision to leave the EU, according to one of the country’s top business leaders, who also warned of the dangers of a no-deal Brexit.

“The risk of a hard [no-deal] Brexit is growing by the day,” said Joachim Lang, the head of the Federation of German Industries (BDI), in a wide-ranging interview with the Rheinische Post newspaper. “Every business would do well to prepare for this worst-case scenario.”

German businesses had been unsettled by the British government’s recent no-deal warnings, he said. “What’s new is that the British government itself is now warning about the possibility of a hard Brexit It is carefully preparing its population for that.”

The BDI, which describes itself as the voice of German industry, has set up a Brexit taskforce of more than 200 experts to assess the risks.

“We suspect that the effects of a hard Brexit will be considerably more serious than the British government is currently telling its citizens,” said Lang. “And above all, in Britain itself. The British have already gone from a growth engine to the worst performers in Europe.”

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Nefarious porpoise: frisky dolphin prompts Brittany bathing ban

Local mayor forbids people to go in the sea after creature tried to rub against swimmers

A mayor on France’s Brittany coast took the rare step of banning swimming for several days after a solitary frisky dolphin tried to get too close to bathers.

Roger Lars decided last week that it was safest to ban swimming and diving on the coast near Landévennec, where the over-friendly dolphin had been spotted.

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New Zealand's wool industry knits itself a fresh image, one pair of undies at a time

Baggy jumpers are out and merino underwear is in as the industry seeks to fashion a way to stave off a crisis

It’s Friday night in rural Alexandra and a dozen high school students are dancing down a makeshift catwalk in woollen underwear, as Ria Mae’s Clothes Off blares from the speakers.

Despite New Zealand’s reputation as a sheep-loving nation the country’s wool industry has been in a steady decline since the late 80s, and tonight the locals are stripping off in an effort to revive the country’s national fibre; and make “itchy, scratchy” wool sexy for the first time.

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'Iraq is dying': oil flows freely but corruption fuels growing anger

Locked out of polluting wealth beneath their feet, those calling for an end to a ‘rotten system’ risk detention and death

The land of the Bani-Mansour clan north-east of Basra is flat and parched, spattered with dry crusts of salt and thorny shrubs. Clusters of palm trees form small patches of green in the otherwise dusty yellow and brown landscape.

Nestled among them are about a dozen berms, each enclosing an oil well and its pump. Pipelines snake over the ground, cutting through villages as they connect wells and pumping stations. Oil rigs tower over the southern Iraq landscape, sending plumes of thick black smoke across the horizon.

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Deaths inside: every Indigenous death in custody since 2008 tracked – interactive

This database tracks every known Indigenous death in custody in Australia from 2008 to 2018

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How Trump created a new American flag – with an added Russian twist
The US president coloured in a drawing of the stars and stripes with children at a hospital in Ohio, and made one distinctive change to its colour scheme

Name: The Trump flag.

Age: Three days old.

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KSI v Logan Paul: was the YouTubers' fight more than just hype?

The pair’s boxing bout on Saturday drew a global audience of two million. For a fanbase used to fake online beef, it was a welcome next step

To understand why millions of people watched two YouTubers duke it out in the Manchester Arena this weekend, you have to remember one thing: it had very little to do with boxing.

KSI, real name Olajide William “JJ” Olatunji, and Logan Paul are better known for their antics online than they are for their boxing prowess. Yet, after months of online feuding, they and their brothers Jake and Deji fought in front of the sort of audience professional boxers work years to attract. When the official pay-per-view figures were combined with pirated Twitch streams, it’s estimated that around two million people watched the pair’s punch-up online.

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‘Reattaching for convenience’: nine passive-aggressive email phrases that must end now

A poll has uncovered the most irksome phrases colleagues write in emails. But what do they actually mean?

A poll by Adobe has uncovered the most annoying phrases to receive in a work email. It is a poll rammed with all manner of passive-aggressive neediness and belligerence, but what do the phrases really mean? Here are the nine most annoying, decoded:

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Who should direct the Donald Trump biopic?

After Dan Rather tweeted out a suggestion that Martin Scorsese should take charge of Trump: The Movie, here’s a look at who else could capture the life of the president

The prospect of Donald Trump: The Movie is as impractical as it is inevitable. Any attempt to squeeze the twists, turns, scandal, farce, outrage and horror of even a single month from the past two years of his presidency, let alone his entire life, into a reasonable runtime would be an effort in hubris. And yet, there is no future in which we aren’t inundated with a number of movies about the life and times of the Donald.

Related: Fahrenheit 11/9: first trailer for Michael Moore's Trump documentary

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I’m surprised how happy I am after giving up alcohol | Catherine Gray
It wasn’t only the health risk that made me go teetotal. But now that I am, my family and friends like me a lot more

Last week brought dark news for enthusiastic drinkers, in the shape of a damning global report that concluded “the safest level of drinking is none”, and urged health chiefs worldwide to consider recommending total abstinence. Cue millions of drinkers choking with horror on their sauvignon blanc.

As one of the thirstiest nations in the world, the British have long clung to the received wisdom that moderate drinking brings some health benefits. But it’s now become impossible to ignore that the health benefits of alcohol are utterly dwarfed by the drawbacks.

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A diet pill that works – how will the fat-shamers cope? | Zoe Williams
When it comes to obesity, the medical profession is often besotted with self-control. Lorcaserin could take the moral element out of weight-loss

There were things at the carefree turn of the century that feminists rarely argued about in public (though pioneers must have been debating at home): trans rights, sex workers, the meaning of rape – call it the Germaine Greer trinity. Yet there was a culture war waged on middle-brow front pages that I always found nebulously misogynistic, focused as it was on women’s bodies: obesity.

“Six out of 10 women overweight,” the papers would proclaim. Excess weight occurs in men as well as women (in fact 9% more men are overweight) but it was always framed as a women’s issue. It tapped into ancient perceptions of the weaker sex – vanity, lack of self-control and a deep pool of self-loathing.

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The writing was on the wall when John McCain unleashed Sarah Palin
McCain’s running mate was the non-expert who represented ordinary people, who preached a kind of anti-intellectualism and ultimately a far-right anti-politics – it was all there in 2008

Just before Barack Obama first won the presidency, I was covering John McCain’s rallies in Kentucky. The people I met there convinced me that McCain might win, that this was no done deal. I was working with a writer who happened to be black – David Matthews – and at one rally we were pulled aside by a tall scary blonde man who seemed to have come straight from The Lodge in Twin Peaks. Did we want to meet the senator? Did we want to get up close and personal? We found ourselves seated very near McCain among the few Latino and black people who were also at the rally, so that the cameras could home in on what looked like “diverse” support.

The crowd was largely white, of course, and it was the mention of Sarah Palin that really got them excited: “Drill, baby, drill,” they kept screaming. Palin, McCain’s running mate, had no time for environmental concerns and had promised offshore drilling for oil.

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Should we press-gang older people into having fun? | Stewart Dakers

Games such as cribbage, pontoon and shove ha’penny could take us back to the school yard and rattle our marbles

“You can’t really force people, can you?”

Elizabeth was replying to Charlie’s proposal for a programme of geriatric press-ganging to counter the falling attendance at the community centre that we’d heard was jeopardising funding and therefore the future of the centre itself.

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What would cities look like if they were designed by mothers? | Christine Murray

Architecture’s lack of diversity shows in environments created by people who never need step-free access or to take a bus

There’s an architect’s impression of a new development for Greenwich, south-east London, that has caused some outrage on social media. The Elysian rendering of Charlton Riverside features 36 people frolicking in the park, and only one of them is black. Among the white millennials and young children there is also a single older person, gesticulating in a sprightly manner with a walking cane.

Architects are overwhelmingly male and pale, young and privileged, and there are legitimate concerns about them designing our cities in their image. Fewer than one in every 10 architects is black, Asian or minority-ethnic, and less than a third of UK qualified architects are women. And the numbers are not improving.

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Talking dirty good, gap yah bad: why no one wants to date a do-gooder | Emily Hill

Research – and Humanitarians of Tinder – shows that we fancy people who put friends and family before strangers in need

Potentially worrying news for the human race. If future generations are bred from those we want to sleep with, do-gooders are dying out. No one – no matter how depraved – wants to rip the socks and Birkenstocks off anyone.

Yes, if you want us to be brutal we’ll confess – when it comes to sex – we’d rather pull the balaclava off an actual mugger than the bib and clipboard off a chugger. And, worse and worse still, the boffins are on to us – exposing this weird, terrible (and, until now, mercifully secret) perversion. A team of researchers at Yale and Oxford has shown that while we admire people who spend their time helping impoverished communities and donating money for malaria-combating mosquito nets, we’re not keen on shagging them. In fact, we don’t even want to be friends with them. As human beings, we prefer those who concentrate their time and energy on friends and family rather than complete unknowns in dire predicaments.

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Lucas Moura double for Spurs helps deepen gloom at Manchester United

If nothing else, there was no mutiny. José Mourinho still heard his name being sung and, at the final whistle, Old Trafford was not too unkind on the manager or his players. Yet these are deeply troubling times for Manchester United, with the chants of “you’re not special any more” loud and clear from the corner housing the victorious Tottenham Hotspur supporters.

Related: Manchester United 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – as it happened

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US Open 2018, day one: Stephens and Murray through, Halep out – live!

The No 28 seed Denis Shapovalov has opened up a little distance against fellow Canadian teenager Felix Auger Aliassime, who won three matches last week to qualify for the main draw. Shapovalov, who leads by a set and a break in the second, has only made 50% of his first serves in the match but he’s been dialed in of late, including a 137mph service winner just moments ago.

Big cheers in Ashe and all over the grounds as Venus Williams closes it out, winning 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 over Svetlana Kuznetsova in 2hr 55min. Williams, who hit three times as many winners (48) as unforced errors (16), improves to 20-0 in first-round matches at Flushing Meadows. “It seemed like she played her best whenever I was up so it wasn’t easy to close that match out,” the seven-time major champion says.

Elsewhere, American Taylor Fritz has completed a marathon comeback, winning 4-6, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (2), 6-2 over Mischa Zverev on Court 10.

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Manu Ginobili, four-time NBA champion with Spurs, retires aged 41
  • Four-time NBA champion retires after 16 seasons with Spurs
  • Ginobili won Olympic gold with Argentina at Athens Games

Manu Ginobili retired aged 41 on Monday after a “fabulous journey” in which he helped the San Antonio Spurs win four NBA championships in 16 seasons with the club.

Ginobili’s pro career lasted 23 seasons in all, starting with stints in Italy and his native Argentina before he came to San Antonio in 2002.

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Halo does not look good but its worth to F1 was made clear at Belgian GP | Giles Richards

Charles Leclerc was saved by the new addition at the Belgian GP while Ferrari made their power advantage pay

The halo cockpit protection device found few fans when it was imposed by the FIA at the start of this season. Certainly on aesthetic grounds no one liked it but its role was to improve safety around the drivers’ head, an area identified by the FIA as one of the last remaining vulnerable areas of the car. It had the data to back up the decision to implement it, which changed the mind of some naysayers, including Lewis Hamilton. At Spa its worth was made clear to all. Whether the device specifically prevented Charles Leclerc from serious injury or worse in the crash with Fernando Alonso is irrelevant. Looking at the incident, it would have been a miracle, as the race director, Charlie Whiting, put it, were Leclerc not at least hit in the head but for the halo. Which is justification enough. There may be better looking alternatives to come in future but for now the halo as earned its place on every car.

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José Mourinho’s change of formation fails to live up to Spurs challenge | Jamie Jackson
Manchester United were disjointed against Spurs after six changes and the manager looks no nearer to ending uncertainty

As half-time approached there was a moment that encapsulated the ongoing frustrations of José Mourinho. When Antonio Valencia won a throw-in near halfway Manchester United’s manager urged his team forward only to get tangled with Fred and prevent the Brazilian restarting play quickly.

Related: Lucas Moura double for Spurs helps deepen gloom at Manchester United

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Elia Viviani’s raw speed takes first sprint stage of Vuelta a España

• Italian edges out Nizzolo and Sagan in Alhaurín de la Torre
• Team Sky’s Michal Kwiatkowski retains leader’s red jersey

The Italian national champion Elia Viviani won the first sprint stage of the Vuelta a España on Monday, demonstrating raw speed to edge out Giacomo Nizzolo and the world champion Peter Sagan on a false-flat finish in Alhaurín de la Torre. Team Sky’s Michal Kwiatkowski finished safely in the bunch to retain the red leader’s jersey at the Spanish Grand Tour.

Related: Mitchelton-Scott’s Matt White: ‘There’s unfinished business’ | Kieran Pender

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Odell Beckham Jr agrees to record five-year extension with New York Giants
  • Wideout signs five-year, $95m extension with $65m guaranteed
  • Deal makes receiver highest paid in NFL at his position
  • Beckham, 25, is now under contract through the 2023 season

Odell Beckham Jr has agreed to a five-year extension with the New York Giants, ESPN reported on Monday.

Related: Browns for the playoffs and Obama saves the league: NFL long-shot predictions

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Earth moves under Valladolid's feet to spoil big night against Barcelona | Sid Lowe

Shambolic pitch and an equaliser ruled out by VAR put a dampener on the club’s first home game back in La Liga

Real Valladolid’s big night had almost arrived but the pitch hadn’t. The first delivery, from down the road in Ávila, was no good and got sent back; the second was loaded on to trucks in Portugal only for someone to steal the petrol from their tanks, or so they said; and it was Thursday by the time the final strips of turf were rolled out, all-too-briefly covering the 105m by 68m space that had stood bare since promotion. By then, there were just two days to go before the José Zorrilla staged a first division game for the first time in four years. Their return had been a bit of a miracle; now they needed another.

They didn’t get it.

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Mel B to enter rehab for alcohol and sex addiction following PTSD diagnosis

The former Spice Girl said she used alcohol to ‘numb my pain’ following divorce from husband Stephen Belafonte

Mel B has said she is entering rehab for alcohol and sex addiction.

Speaking to the Sun on Sunday, the one-time Spice Girl, full name Melanie Brown, said the decision came in the wake of an “incredibly difficult” six months in which she worked on an autobiography. “It has been unbelievably traumatic reliving an emotionally abusive relationship and confronting so many massive issues in my life,” she said.

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The bolshie, brilliant history of the women of Doctor Who

From the feminist journalist Sarah Jane Smith to the fiery flight attendant Tegan Jovanka, Doctor Who’s female characters have been anything but props. So what can we expect from Jodie Whittaker?

Now here is a lovely thing: Next, possibly the world’s least cutting-edge science fiction fashion store, is stocking an extremely credible version of the new Doctor’s striped T-shirt. You didn’t get that with Colin Baker.

But the joy (or, just as significantly, the relative ambivalence) with which Jodie Whittaker’s appointment as the first female Doctor was greeted is encouraging in tricky times, in much the same way as Idris Elba looks like James Bond already, whether or not he gets the job.

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Fake news: an exhibition on the importance of accurate journalism

While a history of hoaxes, inaccuracy and lies within journalism is on display, so is an ode to a free press that is under greater threat than ever before

In 1914, Missouri journalist Walter Williams penned The Journalist’s Creed, ethical commandments every journalist should live by.

It claims that “accuracy and fairness are fundamental to good journalism” and “a journalist should write only what he holds in his heart to be true”.

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True Detective: watch Mahershala Ali in the trailer for the long-awaited third season

The Academy Award-winning actor stars as a Arkansas detective investigating a grisly crime in Nic Pizzolatto’s returning detective drama

The first trailer for the long-awaited third season of HBO’s True Detective has been unveiled.

Set to premiere in January 2019, the third season of Nic Pizzolatto’s crime anthology series stars Academy Award-winner Mahershala Ali as an Arkansas state police detective investigating a grisly crime in the Ozarks over a period of decades.

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Who Is America?: Sacha Baron Cohen tries to draw OJ Simpson confession

Controversial series concludes with Baron Cohen’s Gio Monaldo character asking sports star if he had killed Nicole Brown Simpson and her partner

Sacha Baron Cohen’s controversial comedy series Who Is America? concluded on Sunday with an episode that saw the satirist attempt to elicit a murder confession from OJ Simpson.

However, a much-discussed segment in which a disguised Baron Cohen quizzed former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin failed to make it to air.

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Heroes, villains and rebels: the biggest films of autumn 2018

There are heists aplenty, scores to settle, Lady Gaga becomes a star, farewells to Sam Shepard and Harry Dean Stanton, and democracy meets its Peterloo

Director: Desiree Akhavan
Desiree Akhavan is the US film-maker who got noticed with her New York-set satire Appropriate Behaviour. Now she has scored a serious success with this subversive queer coming-of-age drama starring Chloë Grace Moretz, which was a hit at this year’s Sundance. Moretz plays Cameron Post, a teenaged orphan in small-town 90s America who is caught kissing the prom queen. Her aghast aunt sends her to a Christian “re-education” camp, where she has to contend with the organisers’ bizarrely misconceived ideas.
Release date: 7 September. All dates given here are for UK cinemas – other territories vary

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Rachel Roddy’s summer veg pasta | A Kitchen in Rome

Pasta with chunks of aubergine, red pepper and mozzarella – a rich summer dish that makes the definitive southern Italian supper

One of my preferred shapes of pasta is mezze maniche – literally half or short sleeves. I still have to concentrate when I say it though – med-zay man-e-kay – which, typed here, seems as much a name for a rapper as a dried pasta shape. Half the length of another favourite – tubular, ridged rigatoni – the short sleeves of mezze maniche, with their five-pence diameter, are just the thing for catching and hiding chunks: a cube of pancetta, a tip of asparagus, a bit of broccoli floret, a chunk of fried aubergine.

It is chunks of aubergine, also courgette, red pepper and mozzarella, hiding for this week’s recipe: pasta di mezz’estate, or midsummer pasta. It could just as easily be called middle-of-the-summer-holidays, late August or early September pasta, given the summer we have all shared and the subsequent abundance of summer vegetables that looks set to roll on.

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Why I came out as being poor

Publicly admitting my struggle perpetuated the feeling that I was undeserving of most things – but anyone could find themselves in a similar situation

For nearly a decade, I thought it was obvious that I was poor.

Cashiers saw me and knew, without asking, that I’d pay for my groceries with food stamps. My car was always the oldest in the parking lot when I brought my daughter to ballet classes – the family there by scholarship, by the good graces of the owners. I sat on the entryway benches with all the other moms, listening to them complain about their husbands working so much. “I’m practically a single mom,” they’d say, exasperated. I clenched my jaw and stared at the floor.

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I would like to experience casual sex, but worry that my pursuit of women is immoral

I’m a single man in my 40s with two long-term relationships behind me. How do I fulfil my wish for casual sex at least once in my life without feeling bad about it?

I am a single man in my early 40s who was raised by loving parents to take love (and sex) seriously. As a result, l get emotionally attached to the women I have sex with and, so far, have had only two long-term, monogamous relationships. Before I can commit to another serious relationship, I feel I need to experience casual sex – at least once in my life – with a woman who is also looking for just that. So far, my efforts haven’t been successful, and to become more confident, I feel I will have to continue to “practise” approaching women and asking them out. I understand that women want to feel special (so do men, for that matter), but with every consecutive attempt, the women I approach obviously become less and less “special” and I feel I am violating my “moral compass” by approaching one woman after another. How do I solve this?

If it makes you too uneasy, stop. Celebrate who you are, and your fine ability to merge sex and love. You will be envied by others who complain that they want to have a long-term relationship, but can only manage casual sex.

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A quick note to say… thanks to the woman who came to our aid

Graham Kendall, 46, remembers being 14-years-old and lost in the Lake District with his dad

One day when I was about 14 years old, I was walking in Coniston in the Lake District with my dad. It was the middle of winter, snowy and dark - and we got lost. We were in quite a remote area, and we hadn’t seen any vehicles or people for a very long time.

It definitely wouldn’t have been a good place to have had to spend the night, and it was just beginning to get scary when a car came round the corner – and pulled over.

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Not sleepy in Seattle: getting to grips with a sports-mad city

Forget Starbucks and grunge, what Seattle really loves is team sports – Seahawks, Mariners and Sounders – though they’re pretty good at coffee, too

By the time I reached Pike Place Market, one of Seattle’s oldest farmer’s markets, overlooking the Puget Sound, it had been closed for two hours. It was my own fault. I’d been in Vancouver earlier in the day, up the Pacific coast, and held up in long queues at the US border. Now the market stalls were shuttered and the vendors had moved on. The fishmongers I’d been told to look out for, men in white aprons who lob about the day’s catch in a kind of market theatre, had long clocked off. It was 8pm on a Tuesday night, and the market had the feel of a neatly abandoned film set.

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May I have a word… about breast milk and ‘execution capabilities’? | Jonathan Bouquet
City life gets more baffling, but at least Goldman Sachs is giving nursing mothers a new perk

I make no apologies for returning to the dizzying world of the City and high finance. Consider the following: “Our differentiated, customer- focused business model continues to deliver with our multi brand, multi channel approach, cost leadership, low risk positioning, investment capacity and execution capabilities positioning us well for sustainable success in a digital world.”

So sayeth António Horta- Osório, Lloyds Banking Group chief executive, announcing the bank’s half-year results. Seeing as he trousers £6.4m a year, we must bow before his expertise and assume that he knows of which he speaks. Some uncharitable souls would refer him to the Plain English Campaign, but not me: such jargon-saturated declamations lighten my day.

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Top US student loans official resigns over 'open hostility' from White House

In his resignation letter, Seth Frotman said Trump’s budget director was serving ‘the most powerful financial companies’

The government’s top official overseeing the $1.5tn student loan market resigned in protest on Monday, citing what he says is the White House’s open hostility toward protecting the nation’s millions of student loan borrowers.

Seth Frotman will be stepping down as student loan ombudsman at the end of the week, according to his resignation letter. He held that position since 2016, but has been with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau since its inception in 2011.

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Six teenagers due in court over Nottingham death of Egyptian student

Mariam Moustafa died weeks after being attacked by group of girls outside shopping centre

Six teenagers are to appear in court in connection with the death of an Egyptian engineering student.

Mariam Moustafa, was left in a coma after she was attacked by a group of girls outside a shopping centre in Nottingham earlier this year.

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Fentanyl for sale to UK users through Chinese websites

Sellers of dangerous synthetic opioid and other hard drugs say they can ship to Britain

Drug users can easily buy potentially lethal substances through Chinese eBay-style websites, the Guardian can reveal.

Websites based in China are selling the dangerous opioid fentanyl, which can be 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine, and drugs used for euthanasia programmes in the Netherlands and executions in US states such as Texas.

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed for 30 days

Navalny says move is to stop him organising protests over unpopular pension reforms

The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was jailed for 30 days on Monday on protest-related charges that he alleged were designed to prevent him organising demonstrations against unpopular government plans to raise the national retirement age.

Navalny, 42, was arrested on Saturday outside his home in Moscow, and charged with organising an unsanctioned opposition rally near Red Square on 28 January. His arrest came shortly after he had called on Russians to take to the streets on 9 September to protest against proposed pension reforms that would raise the retirement age from 55 to 63 for women and from 60 to 65 for men.

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Nelson Mandela's prison letter on friend's death up for auction

Letter to family of fellow anti-apartheid activist expected to sell for £100,000

A tender unpublished letter from Nelson Mandela, written from his prison cell on Robben Island when he learned months late of the death of his friend and fellow anti-apartheid activist Michael Harmel, is expected to fetch up to £100,000 at auction.

Mandela wrote on 1 October 1974, 10 years into his life sentence, on both sides of a thin sheet of cheap paper covered in official prison stamps, to Harmel’s daughter Barbara and wife, Ray, four months after his death.

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Malcolm Turnbull to trigger byelection by quitting parliament on Friday

Former PM says he doesn’t want to dwell on ‘a pointless week of madness’ as potential Liberal candidates for his seat line up

Malcolm Turnbull will resign from parliament on Friday.

His departure will trigger a byelection in his Sydney seat of Wentworth, with suggestions it may occur in October.

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Genoa fans stay silent to honour victims of bridge collapse

Match against Empoli watch in near-silence for 43 minutes

Fans of the Italian football club Genoa watched the first 43 minutes of their team’s Serie A match at home to Empoli in near-silence on Sunday to honour the victims of the bridge collapse.

An 80-metre-long section of the bridge, part of a motorway linking the port city with southern France, gave way on 14 August, sending dozens of vehicles into freefall and killing 43 people.

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Facebook is being eclipsed by its youthful rival Snapchat

Social media giant struggles to stay relevant to a younger generation

Facebook has officially lost its cool. Snapchat is set to overtake it as the digital hangout of choice for teens and twentysomethings this year, as Mark Zuckerberg’s social media site struggles to remain relevant to the youth generation.

By the end of this year Snapchat, which with its disappearing messages and funky photograph filters has already won over young teens, will also become the most popular social media platform in the UK for 18- to 24-year-olds.

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Religion: why faith is becoming more and more popular

Faith is on the rise and 84% of the global population identifies with a religious group. What does it mean for the future?

If you think religion belongs to the past and we live in a new age of reason, you need to check out the facts: 84% of the world’s population identifies with a religious group. Members of this demographic are generally younger and produce more children than those who have no religious affiliation, so the world is getting more religious, not less – although there are significant geographical variations.

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Fall of the 'Frack Master': apostle who briefed parliament lands in Texas jail

MPs and outlets including the Guardian listened to Chris Faulkner on fracking. He is now under arrest for fraud

The self-appointed evangelist of the Texas fracking boom launched into a jargon-laced monologue, prompting the chairman of the UK parliament’s Welsh affairs committee to request he speak in plain English.

Related: UK fracking push could fuel global plastics crisis, say campaigners

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The Consolations of Physics by Tim Radford – review
This stellar ‘love letter to physics’ looks at the wonders of the universe – and asks if they can make you a happier person

The space probe Voyager 1 was launched on 5 September 1977. Its identical twin, Voyager 2, had a 16-day head start on their grand tour of the outer planets. Each had a computing system with about one-millionth of the capacity and capability of a modern smartphone. The Voyager missions were designed to take advantage of a planetary conjunction that happens once every 175 years when Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are on the same side of the sun. A spacecraft launched at the right time could visit all of them in turn, using the gravity of each planet as a slingshot to make it to the next.

Travelling at a million miles a day, the duo completed the grand tour in 1989. Voyager 1 became the first human-made object to leave the solar system and enter interstellar space in August 2012 and is heading towards a star called AC+79 3888. Some 17.6 light years from Earth, Voyager 1 should swing past it in about 40,000 years.

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Nicolás Maduro's plan for Venezuela adds bewilderment to despair

Many Venezuelans fleeing abroad are adamant peaceful solution is no longer possible

Day after day the crowds flock to the Expresos Flamingo bus terminal in Caracas to begin checking out of their crumbling nation.

Some carry their earthly possessions in suitcases or backpacks, others plastic bags containing water and snacks for the long journey ahead. All share a dogged determination to escape.

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‘They wanted to kill us’: masked neo-fascists strike fear into Ukraine's Roma

After a spate of brutal attacks on Roma settlements by far-right groups, authorities have been accused of failing to act. As the violence escalates, human rights groups are suing the police for failing to protect families from raids by masked men.

  • Reporting and photographs from Kiev by photographer Alex Sturrock, additional reporting by Hannah Summers

The Roma mother pulls her young daughter close as she describes how her family’s home in western Ukraine’s Ternopil settlement was attacked and razed.

“People wearing masks attacked us,” says Iryna, 42, who fled with her two children. “Inside our home were our documents, and money we had been saving, but everything was burned.”

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Hawaii's daredevil surfers grab their boards to ride hurricane's epic waves

As Hurricane Lane pummelled the Hawaiian islands this week, surfers headed out into the swell, despite official warnings

As Hurricane Lane approached the Hawaiian islands this week, residents made different preparations. Some boarded up windows. Others rushed to stock up on water and food. Others decided that the best thing to do was grab their surfboards and head out into the waves.

Related: Hurricane Lane pummels Hawaii with floods and fire as thousands lose power

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Brazil: murder of indigenous leader highlights threat to way of life

Jorginho Guajajara’s killing is believed by members of his tribe to be the result of conflict with loggers in their Amazon territory

Indigenous people in the Brazilian Amazon are mourning the murder of a community leader who campaigned to protect the forest from logging amid escalating violence in the region.

Jorginho Guajajara, a cacique, or leader, of the Guajajara people, was found dead near a river in the city of Arame, Maranhão state, at the weekend.

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Nine activists defending the Earth from violent assault

On a planet of billions, nine represent the strong minority battling murder in the global corruption of land rights

Individually, they are stories of courage and tragedy. Together, they tell a tale of a natural world under ever more violent assault.

The portraits in this series are of nine people who are risking their lives to defend the land and environment in some of the planet’s most remote or conflict-riven regions.

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

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

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

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

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How Guatemala is sliding into chaos in the fight for land and water
A farmers’ leader shot in the back is one of 18 activists killed this year, targeted for opposing evictions, logging and mining

At 9am on 9 May, Luis Arturo Marroquín walked out of a shop in the main square of the small town of San Luis Jilotepéque in central Guatemala. Eyewitnesses say a black Toyota Hilux pick-up then drove up and, in full view of passersby, two men wearing hoods shot Marroquín repeatedly in the back.

The vehicle sped off but was identified and, within hours, police had stopped and reportedly questioned the men and found the weapons. But since then, no arrests have been made or charges levelled and the investigation has stalled.

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'They slaughtered our people': Rohingya refugees on Myanmar’s brutal crackdown - video

On 25 August 2017, the Myanmar military launched violent attacks against Rohingya people, and 700,000 fled their homes. Refugees who escaped to Bangladesh say today they are dealing with the trauma of witnessing mass killings, rape and the torching of villages, as they remain trapped in squalid camps

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Spike Lee talks to Gary Younge about BlacKkKlansman? and racism under Trump? – video

Spike Lee’s latest film is about a black cop who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s. Based on a true story, BlacKkKlansman draws clear parallels with racial tensions in modern America. With Donald Trump in the White House, the rise of white supremacy, and a spike in racist attacks, what does a film about a black man going undercover with white terrorists tell us about the state of contemporary America and beyond?

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Pope's visit to Ireland overshadowed by clerical child abuse scandal – video report

The pontiff's two-day trip to Ireland was dominated by the topic of sexual and institutional abuse within the Catholic church

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How to impeach a US president – video

With an almost constant flow of controversy coming out of the White House, the impeachment of Donald Trump does not seem completely out of the question. But what does it take to impeach a president? Has it happened before? We take a look at the history of impeachment, from Andrew Johnson to Bill Clinton

• Trump turmoil latest: lawyer says Cohen has information regarding Russian conspiracy - live

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: husband hopeful of full release – video

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman sentenced to five years in jail in Iran for spying, has been temporarily released for the first time in more than two years. Her husband, Richard Ratcliffe, said he hoped the three-day furlough would lead to his wife’s ultimate release

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe freed from Iran jail temporarily

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Water polo, classic cars and carnivals: Monday's photo highlights

Our picture editors choose the best images from around the world in the past 24 hours

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On Notting Hill carnival doorsteps – in pictures

Photographer Grey Hutton captures the scenes on doorsteps and at windows along the carnival route in west London where revellers, families and entrepreneurs have created parties, resting spots, meeting places and temporary restaurants

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Uprooted: old tree transplants for China's new cities – in pictures

China is reconstructing nature alongside rapid urbanisation. Yan Wang Preston photographed the uprooted trees that have been moved to new cities

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Best photos of the day: a flying F1 car and a storm surfer

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you photo highlights from around the world including a dramatic crash at Spa, the Pope’s visit to Ireland and the Notting Hill carnival

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Second day of Pope Francis's visit to Ireland – in pictures

The pontiff visited Knock – famous for its shrine where the Virgin Mary was said to appear to villagers in an apparition in 1879 – followed by a papal mass at Phoenix Park in Dublin

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John McCain: a life in pictures

Key moments in the life of the Republican senator for Arizona, who was beaten by Barack Obama in the battle to be US president in 2008

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500 Millionen Dollar: Toyota will offenbar in Uber investieren
Beim autonomen Fahren hängen Toyota und Uber hinterher. Das soll sich nun wohl ändern: Insidern zufolge investiert der Autobauer umgerechnet 430 Millionen Euro in die Zusammenarbeit mit dem Mitfahrdienst.
Premier League: Historische Niederlage für Mourinho - Tottenham siegt in Old Trafford
Der Saisonstart ist endgültig verpatzt: Manchester United hat am dritten Spieltag bereits die zweite Niederlage kassiert. Am Ende schien sich José Mourinho vom Publikum zu verabschieden.
Ausschreitungen in Chemnitz: Polizei räumt Personalmangel ein
In Chemnitz sind Tausende Menschen auf die Straße gegangen, es gab mehrere Verletzte. Nur mit Mühe konnten Anhänger rechter und linker Gruppen auseinandergehalten werden. Laut Polizei waren zu wenig Kräfte im Einsatz.
Gündogan zu Anfeindungen: "Grenze zum Rassismus überschritten"
Nationalspieler Ilkay Gündogan hat die Reaktionen auf das Erdogan-Foto erneut kritisiert. Gleichzeitig sei er "nach wie vor stolz, für Deutschland aufzulaufen" und findet lobende Worte für Bundestrainer Löw.
Krawalle in Chemnitz: Generalstaatsanwaltschaft übernimmt Ermittlungen
Eine tödliche Messerattacke auf einen 35-Jährigen in Chemnitz löste rassistische Ausschreitungen in der Stadt aus. Nun ermittelt die Zentralstelle Extremismus Sachsen.
Germanwings-Absturz: Streit um Schmerzensgeld endet ohne Prozess
Es sei eine Einigung gelungen, die deutlich über das ursprüngliche Angebot hinaus gehe: Angehörige von Opfern des Germanwings-Absturzes haben ihre Klagen gegen die Muttergesellschaft Lufthansa zurückgezogen.
Ausschreitungen: Mehrere Verletzte bei Demonstrationen in Chemnitz
Bei Zusammenstößen rechter Gruppierungen und Gegendemonstranten hat es in Chemnitz Polizeiangaben zufolge mehrere Verletzte gegeben. Feuerwerkskörper flogen, Beamte rückten mit Wasserwerfern an.
Streit über Flüchtlingspolitik: Italien droht mit Veto gegen EU-Haushalt
Italien droht der EU mit einem Veto gegen den Haushaltsplan, sollte sich keine Einigung für die Verteilung von Migranten finden. In den Gesprächen hatten die Staaten unterschiedliche Prioritäten.
Papst Franziskus: Vatikan zieht umstrittene Äußerung zu homosexuellen Kindern zurück
Wenn sich Homosexualität bereits in der Kindheit zeige, gebe es "viel, das mit Psychiatrie gemacht werden kann", sagte Papst Franziskus am Sonntag. Nun hat der Vatikan die Äußerung revidiert.
Sensation bei US Open: Weltranglistenerste Halep scheitert in Runde eins
Die French-Open-Siegerin ist raus: Simona Halep ist in der ersten Runde der US Open ausgeschieden. Gegen Kaia Kanepi unterlag die Rumänin deutlich. Nicht ihre erste Enttäuschung in New York.
Nafta: USA und Mexiko einigen sich auf neues Handelsabkommen
Über Monate wurde erbittert gestritten, nun haben die USA und Mexiko offenbar ein neues Abkommen vereinbart - auch wenn US-Präsident Trump es so nicht nennen mag.
#aufstehn: Österreicher fühlen sich von Wagenknecht kopiert
"Wir prüfen, wie wir dagegen vorgehen können": Eine österreichische Bewegung namens #aufstehn wirft Sahra Wagenknecht vor, abgekupfert zu haben - und spricht von einer problematischen Verwechslungsgefahr.
Innenminister zur Gewalt in Chemnitz: "Neue Dimension der Eskalation"
Am Abend soll es zwei weitere Demos in Chemnitz geben - eine linke und eine rechte. Sachsens CDU-Innenminister verurteilt die Gewalt vom Vortag und betont: "Wir werden die Stadt nicht Chaoten überlassen."
Tötungsdelikt in Chemnitz: Gericht erlässt Haftbefehl gegen zwei Tatverdächtige
Zwei junge Männer sind dringend tatverdächtig, einen 35-Jährigen in Chemnitz getötet zu haben. Gegen sie wurde Haftbefehl erlassen. Unterdessen werden erste Informationen zu dem Opfer bekannt.
Verteidigungspolitik: Macron will Europa unabhängiger von USA machen
Frankreichs Präsident Macron drängt auf eine Stärkung der europäischen Verteidigungspolitik. Der Kontinent könne seine Sicherheit nicht mehr den Vereinigten Staaten überlassen.
Sicherheitstraining: Bahn lässt Shinkansen im Tunnel an Mitarbeitern vorbeirasen
Mitarbeiter eines japanischen Bahnbetreibers beschweren sich über ein Sicherheitstraining in Tunneln für Hochgeschwindigkeitszüge. Es sei wie "öffentliches Auspeitschen".
Sächsische Spitzenpolitiker: "Widerlich, wie Rechtsextreme Stimmung machen"
Die sächsische Landesregierung hat die Vorkommnisse in Chemnitz scharf verurteilt und warnt vor Selbstjustiz. Bundesinnenminister Seehofer möchte sich indes nicht äußern.
Nach Missbrauchsvorwürfen: Asia Argento offenbar von "X Factor Italy" gefeuert
Laut Medienberichten hat sich die Castingshow "X Factor Italy" von Jurorin Asia Argento getrennt. Der Regisseurin und Schauspielerin wird der sexuelle Missbrauch eines Minderjährigen vorgeworfen.
Baden-Württemberg: Massenschlägerei in Regionalbahn - zwei Verletzte
Sie prügelten sich über mehrere Waggons hinweg, Passagiere versteckten sich unter ihren Sitzen: In Schallstadt ist ein Regionalzug wegen einer Massenschlägerei gestoppt worden.
Medienbericht: Obdachlose werden immer häufiger angegriffen
Die Zahl der Attacken auf Obdachlose hat sich in den vergangenen sechs Jahren mehr als verdoppelt. Es gab 70 Ermittlungen wegen Tötungsdelikten.
Tötungsdelikt in Chemnitz: Staatsanwaltschaft beantragt Haftbefehl gegen zwei Männer
Auslöser für die Ausschreitungen in Chemnitz war eine Messerattacke, bei der ein 35-Jähriger ums Leben kam. Nun hat die Staatsanwaltschaft Haftbefehl gegen zwei Tatverdächtige beantragt.
Nach Ausschreitungen am Sonntag: Chemnitz rüstet sich für neue Demos
Ein ökumenischer Gottesdienst und zwei neue Demonstrationen: In Chemnitz kehrt am Tag nach den Ausschreitungen keine Ruhe ein. Die Polizei arbeitet "auf Hochtouren", um neue Gewalt zu verhindern.
Streit mit Saudi-Arabien: Kanada fordert Unterstützung von Maas
Kanada und Saudi-Arabien streiten massiv über Menschenrechtsfragen. Bisher hat Deutschland sich rausgehalten - doch jetzt verlangt Kanadas Außenministerin Freeland bei einem Besuch in Berlin Rückendeckung.
Missbrauchsprozess in Heilbronn: Erzieher kündigt Geständnis an
Ein 31-jähriger ehemaliger Kindergartenleiter soll einen Jungen missbraucht und die Taten gefilmt haben. Nun hat in Baden-Württemberg der Prozess begonnen. Dem Mann drohen bis zu 15 Jahre Haft.
Das Allerletzte zum ersten Spieltag: "Der BVB ist gut, aber ... "
Die Bundesliga hat gerade erst begonnen und schon haben sich ein paar Hoffnungen in Luft aufgelöst. SPIEGEL-ONLINE-Redakteur Andreas Evelt über starke Bayern, den Videobeweis und die Qualitäten des BVB.
Chemnitz: Bundesregierung verurteilt Hetzjagden
Die Bundesregierung reagiert mit scharfen Worten auf die Ausschreitungen in Chemnitz. Den Versuch, Hass auf Straßen zu verbreiten, nehme man nicht hin, sagte Regierungssprecher Seibert.
Rohingya-Massaker: Uno-Ermittler fordern Völkermordanklage gegen Militärs in Myanmar
Ein Uno-Report zu Massakern an Rohingya in Myanmar gibt der Regierung von Friedensnobelpreisträgerin Aung San Suu Kyi eine Mitschuld an den Verbrechen. Dem Militär werfen die Experten Völkermord vor.
Uno-Konferenz: Amnesty verlangt Verbot von Killerrobotern
Sollen Kriegsmaschinen, die eigenständig Ziele wählen und töten, verboten werden? Bei der Uno in Genf wird darüber diskutiert, Amnesty International fordert, die Konferenz müsse ein Verbot beschließen.
Lehrermangel: Volker Kauder warnt vor Bildungsnotstand
Volker Kauder macht sich Sorgen über die Qualität des Unterrichts: Wegen des Lehrermangels befürchtet der Unionsfraktionschef einen Bildungsnotstand. Nun müsse es eine "ehrliche Bestandsaufnahme" geben.
Hamburg: Mann nach Schüssen auf St. Pauli schwer verletzt
Auf dem Millerntorplatz in Hamburg sind in der Nacht zu Montag mehrere Schüsse gefallen. Dabei wurde ein Mann in seinem weißen Bentley schwer verletzt.
 
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