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The Alt-Right by George Hawley review – a hateful fixation on race

1  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:30 22/03/19

A white supremacist movement has built up a transnational network of hatemongers. How best to respond?“The great replacement” is a term popularised by...

The Dirt review – slick Netflix Mötley Crüe biopic mostly rocks

2  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:01 22/03/19

A mixture of debauchery and darkness, it’s a film that treads a familiar line but does so with skill, featuring a standout turn from Machine Gun Kelly...

Dirty water 20 times deadlier to children in conflict zones than bullets – Unicef

3  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

World Water Day study highlights lethal nature of unsafe sanitation and hygiene for children, especially under-fivesChildren under five who live in co...

Anna Wintour may settle for less, but I've grown out of bad coffee | Hannah Jane Parkinson

4  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

I used to drink copious amounts of Starbucks, but that was when I drank lattes, or, as my friend calls them, giant cups of milkSaturday Guardian fans ...

Homes for sale in castles – in pictures

5  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

Treat yourself like a king with these five properties, from Buckinghamshire to Scotland Continue reading...

Number of London youth clubs nearly halved since 2011 riots, report finds

6  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

A series of freedom of information requests shows the UK capital has lost 104 youth centres as austerity continues to grip councilsLondon has lost at ...

Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy review – slapdash tribute

7  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

There’s little to entertain in this strange documentary centred around the singer’s electrifying 1983 free concert in Central Park during a thundersto...

'Information isn't just for the elite': the academic turning research into hip-hop

8  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

Academic Martin Glynn on how setting information to a beat takes research out of the ivory tower and on to the streets“I refer to much of academia as ...

Venezuela's revolution of hunger: a photo essay

9  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 07:00 22/03/19

Economically destroyed, socially unstable and now hungry, Venezuela is undergoing turbulent times. Photographer Ignacio Marín has been covering the cr...

Friday briefing: Europe takes control of Brexit

10  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:32 22/03/19

Commons faces stark choices next week as EU sets short extension … Labour’s new green deal … Norway’s 90s black metal scene Strap in, Briefing readers...

Leaps in the dark: 12 of the best night-time activities in the UK

11  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:30 22/03/19

Moonlight paddleboarding, after-dark running, tracking wildlife … the onset of warmer evenings is ideal for venturing out at night. We shed light on g...

Two American service members killed in Afghanistan operation

12  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:28 22/03/19

The unnamed service members were killed in action on Friday, US and Nato mission saysTwo American service members have been killed during an operation...

TV tonight: can Joey Essex pass the celebrity memory test?

13  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:20 22/03/19

Ever wondered how much Valerie Singleton knows about grime music? Michael Buerk puts her and other celebs to the test. Plus explosive stuff in Deutsch...

Scottish government set to miss its child poverty targets – report

14  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:01 22/03/19

UK-wide austerity blamed as predictions put figure at 29% – rather than 18% – in 2023 The Scottish government is at risk of missing its own child pove...

Dirty lies: how the car industry hid the truth about diesel emissions

15  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 22/03/19

The ‘Dieselgate’ scandal was suppressed for years – while we should have been driving electric cars. By Beth GardinerJohn German had not been looking ...

'Before you know it, it's not a big deal to kill a man': Norwegian black metal's murderous past

16  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 22/03/19

In the early 90s, Norway’s black metal scene turned into a satanic cult as musicians burned churches, self-harmed and killed. As the film Lords of Cha...

Deciding how to end one’s life should be the ultimate human right | Simon Jenkins

17  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 22/03/19

The debate on assisted dying has been nudged towards common sense by the Royal College of Physicians’ voteWhat is the principal cause of death in Brit...

Trolled across concrete: why Mel Gibson's new film is a curious provocation

18  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 22/03/19

In Dragged Across Concrete, the disgraced actor stars as a violent cop in a thriller that’s a well-crafted but furiously antagonistic rantAll that S C...

A woman's work is never done: twice as many still going at 65

19  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 22/03/19

Highest employment figures on record driven by older people who won’t – or can’t – retireDee Flower tried to retire last year, at the age of 68. It se...

Top Tory donor: form unity government to solve Brexit crisis

20  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 06:00 22/03/19

Stop bickering and reach out to other parties to get successful deal, says taxi boss John Griffin The Conservative party’s second biggest donor has ca...

California visit presents key test for Bernie Sanders' 2020 prospects

21  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 22/03/19

The state’s size, diverse electorate and new, early spot in the primary calendar make it a prize for the independent senator reprising his 2016 run fo...

'It was not clear if she had a plan at all': how May's night at the summit unfolded

22  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 05:00 22/03/19

As EU27 leaders took control of Brexit timetable, the only thing they found it easy to agree on was there was ‘no ideal date’Theresa May usually gets ...

Only snobs care about apostrophes: some correct and popular opinions | First Dog on the Moon

23  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:39 22/03/19

I am right about all of thisSign up here to get an email whenever First Dog cartoons are publishedGet all your needs met at the First Dog shop if what...

Indonesian airline Garuda cancels order for 49 Boeing 737 Max 8 jets

24  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:27 22/03/19

Company blames loss of passenger trust after Ethiopia Airlines and Lion Air disasters involving the aircraft Indonesia’s national carrier Garuda has c...

New Zealand attack: Al Noor mosque imam tells world leaders to fight hate speech

25  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 04:15 22/03/19

Imam Gamil Fouda tells thousands that events leading to last week’s massacre ‘did not come overnight’An imam who survived the terror attack at Al Noor...

Dozens killed and hundreds injured in explosion at Chinese chemical plant

26  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 03:14 22/03/19

The blast in Yancheng north of Shanghai is the latest in a series of industrial accidents that have sparked public angerAn explosion at a pesticide pl...

Investigating the Loughinisland murders – podcast

27  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 03:00 22/03/19

When two journalists began investigating the unsolved murders at Loughinisland in Northern Ireland in 1994, they had hoped to get justice for the fami...

Tate art galleries will no longer accept donations from the Sackler family

28  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:52 22/03/19

The Sacklers own Purdue Pharma, the company behind OxyContin, which is under fire amid the opioid epidemicThe Tate group of British art galleries has ...

‘It’s phenomenal’: how six Londoners are on verge of glory with Montserrat

29  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:01 22/03/19

Players with roots on Caribbean island have helped transform its football fortunes and put a Gold Cup in reach“You’d literally be playing out here and...

Labour members launch Green New Deal inspired by US activists

30  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:01 22/03/19

Grassroots group calls on party to commit to decarbonising UK economy within a decadeLabour members have launched a grassroots campaign to push the pa...

Top oil firms spending millions lobbying to block climate change policies, says report

31  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 00:01 22/03/19

Ad campaigns hide investment in a huge expansion of oil and gas extraction, says InfluenceMapThe largest five stock market listed oil and gas companie...

Thanks to humans the ‘wilderness’ no longer exists – but we can make things on Earth better | Jeff Sparrow

32  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:58 21/03/19

Indigenous history shows there’s nothing inevitable about the environmental carnage being unleashed nowWhen the colonists arrived in Australia, they s...

Jacinda Ardern arrives in Christchurch to mark week since New Zealand shooting – live

33  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:47 21/03/19

Two-minute silence will be held as thousands are expected to gather in Christchurch for Friday prayers outside Hagley mosque 11.47pm GMT Luul Ibrahim ...

Thailand's first election in eight years not free or fair, say democracy activists

34  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:46 21/03/19

Campaigning for Sunday’s poll marred by crackdown on anti-junta parties and push to retain military leader as PMWhen the military seized power in Thai...

Facebook knew of Cambridge Analytica data misuse earlier than reported – court filing

35  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 23:07 21/03/19

DC attorney general says email exchange shows Facebook knew of data harvesting prior to Guardian reportFacebook knew about Cambridge Analytica’s “impr...

England’s Jordan Pickford adamant Newcastle gaffes were an aberration

36  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:30 21/03/19

• Fans’ barracking got to Everton keeper ‘a little bit too much’• Pickford: ‘Apart from Newcastle, I’ve been doing well’Jordan Pickford has defended h...

Gareth Southgate lauds England’s youthful promise and creative options

37  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:30 21/03/19

• Hudson-Odoi and Sancho impress before Czech Republic game• On England’s creative options: ‘We’ve got loads’For Gareth Southgate it was a reminder th...

Pose review – a show to fall head-over-heels in love with

38  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:16 21/03/19

Ryan Murphy’s era-defining drama about voguing and the world of underground ballroom, in late 80s New York, is a classic tale for these timesNew York ...

May's appeal falls flat as EU seizes control of Brexit date

39  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:15 21/03/19

PM ‘dismally’ fails to offer answers in Brussels, as EU leaders take matters into their own hands in late night talks EU leaders moved to seize contro...

Euro 2020 qualifiers: Georginio Wijnaldum strikes for Netherlands

40  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:15 21/03/19

• Netherlands in 4-0 stroll against Belarus• World Cup finalists Croatia leave it late to beat Azerbaijan 2-1The Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnal...

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scores but England U-21 draw with Poland

41  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:10 21/03/19

• England Under-21s 1-1 Poland Under-21s• Sebastian Szymanski equalises with spectacular free-kickIt was not the result Aidy Boothroyd would have had ...

Pet Sematary review – lairy, hairy new version of Stephen King's undead animal shocker

42  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:03 21/03/19

Previously filmed in 1989, this creepy tale of a family who discover that buried pets in their backyard won’t stay dead is an impressively nasty scare...

Stabbed: Britain's Knife Crime Crisis review – a portrait of an emergency

43  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 22:00 21/03/19

This well-judged and heartbreaking documentary, hosted by Duwayne Brooks, reflected on the grief, fear and isolation of those affected by knife crimeA...

Niall McGinn shows Northern Ireland the way in opening win against Estonia

44  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:57 21/03/19

Where it began … should Northern Ireland’s fanatical support, complete with recurring Sweet Caroline anthem, grace a second European Championship in s...

Florida man pleads guilty to sending wave of pipe bombs to Trump critics

45  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:47 21/03/19

Tearful Cesar Sayoc, 57, says ‘I’m extremely sorry’ to judgeFaces life in prison at September sentencing on 65 countsA Florida man pleaded guilty on T...

Hannah Blundell and Erin Cuthbert put Chelsea in the driving seat against PSG

46  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:43 21/03/19

• Chelsea 2-0 Paris Saint-Germain• Home side win first leg after police turn away armed PSG fansGoals from Hannah Blundell and Erin Cuthbert gave Chel...

Chile: retired soldiers sentenced for role in 1986 attack on activists burned alive

47  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 21:13 21/03/19

Carmen Gloria Quintana and Rodrigo Rojas were beaten, sprayed with petrol and set alight in attack that left Rojas deadA Chilean court has sentenced t...

Opioid crisis: FDA's own staff demand agency halt approval of new painkillers

48  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:59 21/03/19

Top specialists say agency’s ‘dangerously deficient oversight’ is continuing to fuel an epidemic that claims 150 lives a dayThe US Food and Drug Admin...

At last May manages to unite the Commons and the country | John Crace

49  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:54 21/03/19

After triumphantly turning everyone against her with a televised speech, the PM comes back to Earth in BrusselsFor any other person, the EU council me...

Nearly 25% of English universities in deficit last year, figures show

50  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:20 21/03/19

Data reveals financial pressure on higher education sector with tuition fee cuts possibleNearly one in four universities in England were in deficit la...

Alex McLeish confident of ‘bouncing back’ after Kazakhstan debacle

51  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:10 21/03/19

• Scotland manager brushes off questions over future• ‘I’ll continue doing my job ... I have to bounce back’The Scotland manager, Alex McLeish, said h...

Body recovered from Humber estuary is Libby Squire

52  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:07 21/03/19

University of Hull student, 21, had not been seen since 1 February following a night outThe body recovered from the Humber estuary is Libby Squire, po...

Actor playing gay role in musical sacked for homophobic comments

53  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:04 21/03/19

Oluwaseyi Omooba had been due to play star role in The Color Purple in UK stage showAn actor playing a gay character in a stage production of the Colo...

Falling review – teen daughter's postcards from the edge

54  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 20:00 21/03/19

Old Fire Station, OxfordNear catastrophe in a back garden sparks up this heartfelt if over-signposted play strongly influenced by children’s theatreA ...

Jared Kushner using WhatsApp to speak to foreign contacts, top Democrat says

55  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:52 21/03/19

Elijah Cummings, chair of the House oversight committee, also alleges Ivanka Trump is not preserving all her official emailsFollow the latest in US po...

Persimmon's new homebuyers' 'retention' at least shows willing

56  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:49 21/03/19

It’s obviously an attempt at a reputation fix, but it’s still a sound principle for help to buyPersimmon described it as a homebuyer’s “retention”, bu...

Being a gay Christian can be hurtful and gruelling. But I refuse to lose faith | Lucy Knight

57  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:37 21/03/19

I can face discrimination from both sides, but the church and the LGBT+ community have more in common than they think• This article has won the 2019 H...

Judge begins summing of evidence in Hillsborough trial

58  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:34 21/03/19

Jury told not to draw inference from decision of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell not to give evidenceThe jury at the trial of two men charged ov...

Actor Emilia Clarke reveals she had life-threatening stroke in 2010

59  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:26 21/03/19

Game Of Thrones star could not remember her name after subarachnoid haemorrhageThe Game Of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has revealed she had a life-thre...

Labour launches local elections campaign with focus on Tory cuts

60  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:22 21/03/19

Funding cuts hitting most deprived areas of UK hardest, party says at event in Stoke-on-Trent Cuts to local government funding are hitting the most de...

Giraffe and Ed's Easy Diner owner to shut a third of its restaurants

61  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:16 21/03/19

Creditors approve rescue deal that will close 27 UK sites and put 340 jobs at riskThe owner of Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner is to close a third of its ...

Cabinet ministers believe risk of no-deal Brexit now 'very real'

62  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:04 21/03/19

Sources close to cabinet say No 10 is ‘run by lunatics’ after Theresa May’s speech attacking MPsCabinet ministers believe there is now a real risk of ...

Oxford college to investigate its own role in colonialism

63  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:04 21/03/19

New academic post will enable St John’s to study the part it played in the British EmpireAn Oxford college is to examine its contribution to creating ...

Ben Te’o and Billy Vunipola escape World Cup punishment over late night

64  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:02 21/03/19

• England pair apologised to squad after breaking protocol• Tuilagi set for first Leicester start since signing new contractEddie Jones will not hold ...

German journalist who was held captive and gave birth in Syria speaks of her ordeal

65  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 19:01 21/03/19

Janina Findeisen, who went to Syria when seven months pregnant, was released with her son in September 2016A German woman who was abducted in Syria an...

Woman, 75, arrested after boy stabbed to death in Switzerland

66  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:53 21/03/19

Seven-year-old attacked in street while walking home from school in Basel, police sayPolice in Switzerland have arrested a 75-year-old woman on suspic...

The Guardian view on rewilding Scotland: an immodest proposal | Editorial

67  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:36 21/03/19

If undertaken in the right spirit, the restoration of huge tracts of the Highlands could be a hugely beneficial enterpriseWhat exactly is meant by rew...

Gang trio guilty of botched hit that left mother and son shot

68  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:35 21/03/19

Woman and seven-year-old boy were wounded in the legs at their Salford home in 2015Three men are facing long jail sentences over a botched gangland hi...

New Zealand’s swift change to gun laws highlights 25 years of US inaction

69  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:32 21/03/19

Sweeping new ban that came just six days after mass shooting in Christchurch is a stark contrast to the political stalemate in the USNew Zealand’s swe...

Half of new cars receive poor security rating over vulnerability to thefts

70  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:28 21/03/19

Investigators found the keyless entry systems can be easily bypassed by thievesHalf of the new cars launched this year have been given a poor security...

Mewing: what is the YouTube craze that claims to reshape your face?

71  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:27 21/03/19

The practice involves of keeping the tongue on the roof of the mouth – but some say it’s leading people down ‘a new road of obsession’The internet is ...

High court victory for group seeking to build 'black Canary Wharf'

72  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:27 21/03/19

Judge orders full trial in dispute with Brent council over Bridge Park community centreOne of the UK’s largest black communities is celebrating a vict...

Steve Bell on Theresa May's attempt to blame Brexit delays on MPs – cartoon

73  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:13 21/03/19

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'We don't have anything': the fight for survival after Cyclone Idai

74  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:05 21/03/19

In cities and villages across Mozambique the huge need for aid and assistance is not being met by a chaotic rescue effortCyclone Idai brings devastati...

'Mindblowing' haul of fossils over 500m years old unearthed in China

75  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 18:00 21/03/19

Thousands of fossils date back to huge burst in diversity of life on Earth known as Cambrian explosionA “mindblowing” haul of fossils that captures th...

Lady Warnock obituary

76  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:58 21/03/19

Moral philosopher who headed the inquiry into embryo research and surrogate motherhoodThe philosopher Mary Warnock, who has died aged 94, is most reme...

Cyclone Idai brings devastation to Mozambique – visual guide

77  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:54 21/03/19

Rescuers race to reach tens of thousands of people trapped by vast areas of flooding Idai first hit Mozambique on 4 March as a tropical depression wit...

Doomed Boeing planes lacked two optional safety features – report

78  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:53 21/03/19

Neither 737 Max aircraft in Indonesia and Ethiopia crashes had sensors sold for extra costBoeing reportedly sold the 737 Max planes that crashed in In...

Theresa May’s shameful response to Brexit mess | Letters

79  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:52 21/03/19

Readers have their say on the prime minister’s assertion that it is MPs who are to blame for the Brexit impasse, and not herTimothy Garton Ash is righ...

Apocalypse it is, then. Not now, but probably next week | Marina Hyde

80  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:51 21/03/19

Fresh from turning on MPs, May spent today not convincing foreign leaders that Meaningful Vote 3 will save the franchiseForced to summarise Theresa Ma...

Wolverhampton man launches legal challenge against UAE

81  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:48 21/03/19

Ali Issa Ahmad, 26, says he was detained and tortured after wearing a Qatar football shirt, which UAE deniesA football fan from Wolverhampton has laun...

Hammond boosted by consumer spending and higher tax receipts

82  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:46 21/03/19

Shoppers ‘ignore Brexit’, while record employment levels result in £1bn deficit cutPhilip Hammond has received a twin boost after the latest official ...

Trump says US will recognize Israel's sovereignty over Golan Heights

83  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:37 21/03/19

Israel captured Golan Heights from Syria after war in 1967Netanyahu responds on Twitter: ‘Thank you President Trump!’Donald Trump has announced that t...

Tattooist 'Dr Evil' jailed for performing ear and nipple removals

84  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:34 21/03/19

Brendan McCarthy, 50, also carried out a tongue-splitting procedure A tattooist known as Dr Evil has been handed a 40-month jail sentence after carryi...

Multiple failures in care of autistic woman hit by lorry, inquest finds

85  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:30 21/03/19

Coroner in Bedfordshire says death of Colette McCulloch was an ‘avoidable tragedy’An inquest into the death of an autistic woman who was killed after ...

Celebrating Purim in Manchester – in pictures

86  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:24 21/03/19

Orthodox Jewish children in fancy dress and adults take to the streets of Broughton in Greater Manchester to celebrate the annual feast of Purim, cele...

Kent pupils could be left stranded by no-deal Brexit gridlock, warns council

87  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:16 21/03/19

Teachers told they may have to ‘adopt carer role’ if traffic stops parents picking children upTeachers in primary schools in Kent have been told they ...

Scotland humiliated by Kazakhstan in opening Euro 2020 qualifier

88  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:13 21/03/19

Scotland suffered one of their most embarrassing defeats as two goals in the opening 10 minutes sent them on their way to defeat in Kazakhstan.A top-t...

Labour’s been mocked for calling for an election. Now it’s the only way out | Owen Jones

89  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:08 21/03/19

The Tories’ partisan games have killed so many potential solutions that an election is the best option leftWe are being trolled by a prime minister wh...

Grimes finds a whole new way to make climate change fun

90  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:04 21/03/19

No one want to feel guilty looking at polar bears. The future is obviously safe in the hands of the artist who now calls herself cIt is written into c...

Plastic pollution: can the ocean really be cleaned up?

91  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:00 21/03/19

While the ultimate goal is to stop plastics from entering the water in the first place, cleanup projects play an important roleSomewhere in Hilo, on H...

My neighbour cut down my trees and I've killed everything in my yard | Brigid Delaney

92  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 17:00 21/03/19

The permanence of choosing plants is frightening. Once you choose to plant something, it could be there foreverLast year I returned from a long overse...

'I feel like a pariah' – how art dealer Mary Boone fell from grace

93  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:54 21/03/19

One of New York’s most renowned art dealers and gallerists is heading to prison for filing false tax returns and closing her gallery simultaneouslyMos...

Caster Semenya case verdict postponed until end of April

94  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:52 21/03/19

• New submissions made by athlete and IAAF• Runner is challenging revised eligibility ruleCaster Semenya will have to wait until the end of April to h...

Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords unprotected

95  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:50 21/03/19

Company admits to mistake and says it has no evidence of abuse – but the risk was hugeFacebook mistakenly stored “hundreds of millions” of passwords i...

Home smear tests to be rolled out in England to combat low turnout

96  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:50 21/03/19

Charities say move could reverse decline of cervical cancer screeningsWomen will be able to conduct tests for the HPV virus at home as part of a pilot...

Iraq ferry sinking: more than 70 people drown in Mosul

97  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:38 21/03/19

Victims were mostly women and children celebrating Kurdish new year, say officialsAt least 71 people have drowned after a ferry sank in the Tigris Riv...

Canada: 'Much more to be told' on Trudeau scandal, says minister who quit

98  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:29 21/03/19

Jane Philpott, who resigned in protest earlier this month, hints at more pain for embattled PM and says Canadians deserve the truth‘He’s not a bad per...

Declan Rice apologises over apparent support for IRA on social media

99  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:28 21/03/19

• Rice wrote ‘up the RA’ in 2015 social media post• England player: ‘naive words not meant to be political’Declan Rice has apologised after it emerged...

Islamophobic attacks in the UK leave Muslims feeling increasingly anxious | Shaista Aziz

100  The Guardian | 0 ore fa | 16:22 21/03/19

The authorities must act now – following the Christchurch shooting minorities are at real risk from the far rightFriday marks one week since the terro...