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US Navy veteran having mental health crisis died after officer knelt on his neck

The Guardian | 28 minuti fa
Family of Angelo Quinto said police officer knelt on his neck for almost five minutes after they called for help A US Navy veteran who was experiencin...

London Fashion Week autumn/winter 2021: key shows – in pictures

The Guardian | 49 minuti fa
The first digital-only London Fashion Week saw big names and new talent showcase their collections online. From Royal Ballet dancers to pineapple leat...

Paul McCartney to publish 900-page lyrical 'autobiography'

The Guardian | 49 minuti fa
The Lyrics, a ‘self-portrait in 154 songs’, will look at the people, places and circumstances behind songs written in boyhood, with the Beatles and be...

Wrong Turn review – skull-crushing Appalachian horror

The Guardian | 49 minuti fa
The seventh entry in the franchise, with its weird cultists, takes a few original steps off the well-beaten hillbilly horror pathIt’s pretty crass and...

'He killed me': Angeliño takes aim at Guardiola over treatment

The Guardian | 52 minuti fa
Leipzig left-back was with Guardiola at Manchester CityHe claims he was judged on two friendlies and not trustedThere appears to be little love lost b...

'Like a bad joke': Al Jazeera staff bemused at rightwing US venture

The Guardian | 63 minuti fa
Rightly, a digital platform for conservatives, goes down awkwardly in Qatari-funded news organisation Al Jazeera’s surprise decision to launch a digit...

'It's not fair any more': Jim and Suzi Best lament ongoing licence restrictions

The Guardian | 65 minuti fa
Jim Best’s racecourse access still restricted‘I should be able to go racing with my wife and kids’Jim and Suzi Best have voiced their frustration that...

Phased return v 'big bang' restart: UK split on how best to reopen schools

The Guardian | 77 minuti fa
Wales, opting for phased return, says it is following best scientific advice while row intensifies in Northern IrelandCoronavirus – latest updatesSee ...

The world in one park: Irina Rozovsky's best photograph

The Guardian | 78 minuti fa
‘If you’re standing still on a New York street, you’re either lost or crazy. But on the shores of this lake, I saw real stillness for the first time’I...

Fendi serves palette cleanser for label's optimistic outlook

The Guardian | 79 minuti fa
Creative director, Kim Jones, oversees energetic Milan catwalk and says people are desperate to dress up There is a sense of mild panic on the opening...

Trevor Noah on Republicans: 'Every year they make it 5% harder to vote'

The Guardian | 81 minuti fa
Late-night hosts recap Republican efforts to restrict voting access and Biden’s speech mourning 500,000 Americans lost to CovidThanks to state-level e...

Frustration grows in Germany over sluggish rollout of Covid vaccines

The Guardian | 98 minuti fa
Government criticised for falling behind UK, which has vaccinated three times as many peopleCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus covera...

Tottenham Hotspur v Wolfsberger: Europa League last 32 – live!

The Guardian | 100 minuti fa
Europa League news from the 5pm GMT kick-off (first leg: 4-1)Mourinho backs his experience to turn Spurs aroundGet in touch! Email Nick or tweet @Nick...

Improv your lockdown: the comedian delivering laughs and life hacks

The Guardian | 109 minuti fa
Pippa Evans, star of improvised musical Showstopper!, has written a self-help book based on her stage experiences. ‘Yes … and?’ asks our comedy critic...

Jamal Khashoggi: US report expected to name Saudi crown prince as complicit in murder

The Guardian | 111 minuti fa
President Biden to call King Salman as his administration prepare to release intelligence report in ‘long awaited step’Joe Biden is expected to call S...

The Fiver | A fascinating implosion likely to excite cosmic boffins everywhere

The Guardian | 113 minuti fa
Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now!After travelling more than 126 million miles, Nasa’s Perseverance rover is reporting back to Earth ...

North Korea enslaves prisoners in producing coal for export, report says

The Guardian | 126 minuti fa
Rights group says pyramid-like scheme is directly linked to North’s nuclear and missile programmesNorth Korea has been enslaving political prisoners, ...

What a dump! Why ‘wild toileting’ has become a big pandemic problem

The Guardian | 127 minuti fa
The number of people doing their business alfresco has shot up. But what else can you do when nature calls and there aren’t any public loos?Name: Wild...

Few budgets really matter, but this one does: Sunak must keep splashing the cash | Larry Elliott

The Guardian | 133 minuti fa
The chancellor’s economic plans are as important as the vaccine in ensuring Britain recovers from the effects of CovidNever say never. A new variant o...

From Bowie to Jackie Weaver: girl dresses up to raise £1,000 for charity

The Guardian | 139 minuti fa
Pearl Parkin, eight, from Bath, becomes a different character each day to raise funds for Save the Children Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our co...

Black History Month means grappling with the full legacy of racism in the US | Rashawn Ray

The Guardian | 153 minuti fa
Learning our history is about truth. But it is also about reconciliation: making amends for the pain caused to generations of Black AmericansIn 1926, ...

Lennon's exit gives Celtic a chance to reset that they dare not waste

The Guardian | 155 minuti fa
Awful recruitment and unrest from not selling key assets leave a big rebuilding job but also a chance to shape club’s futureFor a number of months it ...

Covid cases among asylum seekers at Napier barracks higher than thought

The Guardian | 160 minuti fa
Home affairs committee chair Yvette Cooper ‘astonished’ by Priti Patel’s responses to questionsA former military barracks being used to house asylum s...

Boris Johnson 'a liar' who will seek to blame Brexit costs on Covid, says diplomat

The Guardian | 160 minuti fa
Sylvie Bermann, France’s UK ambassador during Brexit vote, assesses PM’s pandemic handling alongside Donald Trump Boris Johnson is “an unrepentant and...

Aston Villa 'appalled' by racist abuse of teenager Tyreik Wright on Instagram

The Guardian | 164 minuti fa
Club report ‘sickening and abhorrent messages’ to policeHate crime unit is investigating the incident Aston Villa have reported to West Midlands polic...

The Stylist review – an insipid thriller three decades out of fashion

The Guardian | 169 minuti fa
With its vast plot holes, wooden acting and wanton violence, this serial killer tale has the feel of a straight-to-video flopSadly, nowadays there is ...

Australia’s move to tame Facebook and Google is just the start of a global battle | Michelle Meagher

The Guardian | 174 minuti fa
Governments around the world should now act together to dismantle the monopolies that threaten journalismFacebook and Google have become accustomed to...

Evangelical leaders condemn role of Christian nationalism in Capitol riot

The Guardian | 181 minuti fa
Pastors reject ‘perversion’ of Christian nationalism and say they do not want to be ‘quiet accomplices in this ongoing sin’More than 100 prominent eva...

Hunting with eagles and a koala's new foot: Wednesday's best photos

The Guardian | 190 minuti fa
The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world Continue reading...

Scotland get green light for Paris after France report no more Covid positives

The Guardian | 227 minuti fa
Six Nations match will go ahead as planned on SundayOutbreak has left nine French players self-isolatingScotland’s Six Nations fixture with France on ...

Johnson & Johnson's one-shot Covid vaccine effective, FDA review says

The Guardian | 228 minuti fa
Documents published on Wednesday pave way for US approval for emergency use while FDA advisory panel will meet on FridayJohnson & Johnson’s one-shot c...

Ginny & Georgia review – such perfect trash deserves a special award

The Guardian | 229 minuti fa
This new Netflix series is Desperate Housewives meets Gilmore Girls – and there’s nothing wrong with thatIn the week in which the 78th Golden Globes a...

Pakistan court again delays appeal of couple convicted of blasphemy

The Guardian | 236 minuti fa
Shagufta Kausar and Shafqat Emmanuel have been on death row since 2014 over ‘blasphemous texts’ they deny sendingA court in Pakistan has indefinitely ...

Arctic ice loss forces polar bears to use four times as much energy to survive - study

The Guardian | 238 minuti fa
Other apex predators, such as narwhals, suffer similarly as unique adaptations become less suitedPolar bears and narwhals are using up to four times a...

Twenty-three tonnes of cocaine seized in Europe's biggest haul

The Guardian | 249 minuti fa
German and Belgian joint investigation uncovers stashes in Hamburg and AntwerpGermany and Belgium have seized 23 tonnes of cocaine in a record haul of...

Facebook 'over-enforced' Australia news ban, admits Nick Clegg

The Guardian | 249 minuti fa
Communications chief defends reversed ban, saying it is unfair to force tech firms to pay for news content Facebook “erred on the side of over-enforce...

Vincent van Gogh Paris painting from 1887 to make public debut

The Guardian | 259 minuti fa
Scène de rue à Montmartre has been part of same French family’s private collection for more than a centuryA major Paris work by Vincent van Gogh that ...

Granit Xhaka wants to sit 'eye to eye' with his social media abusers

The Guardian | 274 minuti fa
Arsenal midfielder says the vitriol will ‘kill football’ Mikel Arteta urges team to thrive on pressure against BenficaGranit Xhaka says fans who hurl ...

Rishi Sunak freezes fuel duty over reliance on cars in pandemic

The Guardian | 282 minuti fa
Treasury sources say chancellor aware that people are using their own vehicles as safety measureCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus co...

Has Fifa really changed? – Football Weekly Special, part two

The Guardian | 285 minuti fa
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Josimar to take a closer look at Fifa. In this episode Max Rushden is joined by Philippe Auclair and Shaka Hislop ...

Archie Shepp on jazz, race and freedom: 'Institutions continue to abuse power'

The Guardian | 289 minuti fa
At 83, the saxophonist has somewhat mellowed his funkily avant-garde music – but his anger at the racial injustice he has fought all his life remains ...

Top 10 books about castaways

The Guardian | 289 minuti fa
From the dark visions in Lord of the Flies or The Beach to the gentle wit of Tove Jansson, author Lucy Clarke picks her favourites tales of survival a...

Gatecrash review – opaque auto-accident drama

The Guardian | 289 minuti fa
A car crash provokes a torrent of toxic masculinity, but this strange film is neither surreal nor psychologically insightful enoughAdapted from a play...

Melting pot: 17 delicious, warming stews – from a Moroccan fish dish to Persian lamb

The Guardian | 298 minuti fa
Popular all over the world, stew is always a comfort, whether it comes as a Lancashire hotpot, French daube or a summery mix of courgette, mint and bu...

Brexit trade delays getting worse at UK border, survey finds

The Guardian | 302 minuti fa
Two out of three supply chain managers report experiencing import delays of ‘two to three days’Delays importing and exporting goods to and from the EU...

Tiger Woods: what now for golf's comeback king? | Ewan Murray

The Guardian | 311 minuti fa
Just as golf owes 15-times major winner absolutely nothing, there is precious little left for him to proveSummoning the spirit of Ben Hogan might not ...

'It's broken me': UK students on financial strain in the pandemic

The Guardian | 311 minuti fa
Three students describe the hardship caused by rent and other costs and lack of workThe average student has paid £1,621 in rent for rooms that they ha...

Why is the EU running into so many difficulties with its Covid vaccine campaign? | Leo Cendrowicz

The Guardian | 332 minuti fa
Europe has a long and ignoble anti-vaxxer tradition, often fuelled by anti-establishment politicsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus c...

Cattle stranded at sea for two months are likely dead or ‘suffering hell’

The Guardian | 336 minuti fa
Two livestock ships have been refused entry to multiple countries on health grounds since leaving Spain in December One of two livestock ships at sea ...

Rapist John Worboys loses appeal against life sentence

The Guardian | 347 minuti fa
Black-cab sex attacker loses challenge over sentence for spiking drinks of four womenThe black-cab rapist John Worboys has lost a court of appeal chal...