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1. Savita Halappanavar's father thanks Irish voters for 'historic' abortion vote20:40[−]

Father of woman who died of sepsis after being denied abortion in Ireland says he very happy at projected result of referendum

Irish abortion referendum results - live

The father of Savita Halappanavar, the 31-year-old dentist who died of sepsis in 2012 after being denied an abortion during a protracted miscarriage, has said he is “very happy” at the result of Ireland’s referendum.

Speaking to the Guardian by phone from his home in Karnataka, south-west India, Andanappa Yalagi said: “We’ve got justice for Savita, and what happened to her will not happen to any other family now.

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2. Irish abortion referendum: yes wins with 66.4% – live20:34[−]

Follow live as votes are counted in Ireland’s referendum on the eighth amendment

That’s it then: as those two shock exit polls predicted last night, by a margin of 66.4% for yes to 33.6% for no and on a record turnout of 64.51%, Ireland has voted to repeal the eighth amendment of its constitution, which since 1983 has effectively prohibited abortion in all bar exceptional circumstances.

Here’s is Guardian Ireland correspondent Henry McDonald’s full story on the events of a historic day, what led up to them, and they might mean.

The final three results have been confirmed, and as expected Donegal was the only one of Ireland’s 40 constituencies to vote no:

Just one of Ireland's 40 constituencies has voted against repeal -- Donegal. And even there, the vote was very close, just 2,532 ballots. 52% to 48%

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3. Jailed Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe ‘to face new trial’20:33[−]
Reports from Tehran suggest jailed British-Iranian aid worker is facing second security-related charge

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the detained British-Iranian aid worker sentenced to five years in jail in Iran, is reportedly to face a second trial on new security charges. Iran’s Tasnim news agency quoted the head of Tehran’s revolutionary court, Musa Ghazanfarabadi, as saying she would be ordered “to present an attorney and then the court will convene”.

Ghazanfarabadi said the new charge against Zaghari-Ratcliffe was security related, but did not specify what it was, Tasnim reported.

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4. Ireland says 'Yes' to abortion reform – in pictures20:23[−]

Pro-choice campaigners celebrate after Ireland votes to liberalise abortion law

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5. North and South Korean leaders meet as US indicates summit may yet happen19:59[−]

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, met his South Korean counterpart on Saturday, two days after Donald Trump cancelled a planned summit with Kim.

Related: Donald Trump says North Korea summit could be back on

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6. Trump hails release of Utah man jailed in Venezuela for two years19:57[−]
  • Joshua Holt and wife freed and on their way to US, senator says
  • President says ‘hostage’ will visit White House on Saturday

A Utah man and his wife who were held in Venezuela without trial for two years were on their way to the US on Saturday, family members, Senator Orrin Hatch and Donald Trump said.

Related: US rejects 'insult to democracy' as Venezuela president Maduro pursues second term

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7. History is made as Ireland votes to repeal anti-abortion laws – video report19:27[−]

People celebrate after Ireland calls for an end to the country's anti-abortion laws, with two-thirds of voters choosing to repeal the eighth amendment to the constitution. Orla O'Connor, co-director of the yes campaign, said it was 'a monumental day for women in Ireland'


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8. Boy, 11, arrested after allegedly raping seven-year-old in Dorset19:11[−]

Attack alleged to have taken place in village of Wool in Purbeck

An 11-year-old boy has been arrested and questioned by police in Dorset after he was accused of raping a seven-year-old boy who was playing outside.

The attack is alleged to have taken place in Wool, a large village in the district of Purbeck, on the evening of 14 May, close to the alleged victim’s home.

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9. Tax evasion isn’t just for the west: it conspires to keep Africa poor too19:00[−]
Many economists believe life in the developing world is improving fast. It certainly isn’t in the sub-Saharan region

There is a comforting mainstream narrative which tells us that African nations, like the rest of the developing world, are doing just fine. Look past the terrorist incidents, the latest Ebola outbreak and areas of drought, and you will find that poverty is being alleviated and diseases confined to isolated pockets. A combination of western aid, Chinese investment and the rejuvenating application of neoliberal economic medicine in the guise of free trade has come to the rescue, this narrative runs, improving matters by measurable degrees.

This draws on figures from the World Bank showing that in 1981 around 42% of the world’s population was extremely poor, using $1.90 a day in 2011 prices as a yardstick. By 2013, that figure had fallen to 10.7%. An estimate by the bank suggests it fell further, to 9.1%, in 2016. Likewise, polio and other major diseases are in full retreat.

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10. Amid Syria’s horror, a new force emerges: the women of Idlib17:00[−]

With husbands, sons and fathers dead or missing, women have been unwittingly thrust into the spotlight. Their resilience and innovation could point a way forward

The plight of approximately three million civilians encircled by hostile forces in Syria’s north-western Idlib province is growing worse by the day, according to UN officials, aid agencies and advocacy groups who fear a looming humanitarian catastrophe.

For many Syrian families, Idlib is the refuge of last resort, after their forced displacement from homes in other parts of the country. But it also risks becoming a sanctuary without exits – what activists have termed a “kill-box” from which there is no escape. The Syrian army, backed by Russian and Iranian forces, is entrenched to the south and east.

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11. Girl, 12, among three killed as Cyclone Mekunu hits Oman16:45[−]

Flash floods tear away roads and strong winds rip roofs off buildings in city of Salalah

A powerful cyclone has struck Oman and killed at least three people, among them a 12-year-old girl, officials have said.

Cyclone Mekunu caused flash flooding that tore away some roads and submerged others in Salalah, the country’s third-largest city, leaving drivers stranded. Strong winds knocked over street lights and ripped off roofs. The cyclone also struck neighbouring Yemen on Saturday.

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12. America's tree sitters risk lives on the front line16:26[−]

In the hills on the border of Virginia and West Virginia protesters – mainly women – are defying police and energy companies in non-violent environmental activism

Way out in the Appalachian hills, on the line between Virginia and West Virginia, after an hour-long backwoods hike up Peters Mountain, an orderly clutch of tents were surrounded by a plastic yellow ribbon that read, “police line do not cross”.

Past that, a woman sat on top of a 50ft pole.

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13. 'A monumental day for women in Ireland', says Orla O'Connor – video16:24[−]

As the exit polls predict mass support for the repeal of Ireland's ban on abortions the Together for Yes campaign celebrates. O'Connor, co-director of the campaign, says: 'This vote is about a rejection of an Ireland that treats women as second-class citizens'

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14. The US is ripping immigrants' families apart. That's torture16:00[−]

What parents – and their children – face as Ice agents seek to punish undocumented people is beyond cruelty

As a parent, there are few things that haunt your nightmares more than the idea that you might somehow lose your child. That they would be taken from you, and that there would be nothing that you could do about it. The ability to protect your child – to make them feel safe – is as vital as oxygen.

And so I can’t imagine what parents are facing as the US government forcibly separates families in an attempt to punish undocumented immigrants. It’s beyond cruelty – it’s torture. Particularly when you think about what young children, who don’t speak the language and who are in a new country, must be feeling as they’re treated like criminals.

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15. North and South Korean presidents meet to discuss the US summit – video15:58[−]

Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in meet again. The pair discuss their commitments to peace and the potential meeting with Donald Trump. They met in the 'truce village' of Panmunjom. The surprise meeting showed inter-Korea relations were in a far better state than those between the US and Pyongyang


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16. 'I did not assault women': Morgan Freeman responds to allegations15:24[−]
  • Actor responds to report of eight people claiming misconduct
  • Statement: ‘80 years of my life is at risk of being undermined’

Morgan Freeman has said any suggestion he assaulted women or created an unsafe workplace is false but apologized to anyone he may have upset, after media reported that women have accused him of inappropriate behavior or harassment.

Related: Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment by eight women

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17. `Prejudice in public accommodation is deeply rooted in America', Starbucks chief executive Kevin Johnson to tell employees.13:00[−]

The coffee chain will close 8,000 US shops for retraining on Sunday in response to a racially charged incident in Philadelphia

Starbucks is closing more than 8,000 of its coffee shops across the US on Sunday for a four-hour, anti-bias training session – almost two months since an employee at a Philadelphia location called the police on two black men accused of trespassing as they waited, without making a purchase, to be joined for a meeting.

Since the incident, which sparked protests and threats of a boycott against a chain known for actively promoting a diverse workforce and taking liberal stands on issues such as same-sex marriage, senior executives have repeatedly apologized.

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18. China shows little appetite for lifting of family size limit11:00[−]

Experts say change is unlikely to have big impact on country’s demographic direction

Liu Wen, a public servant in China’s north-western Qinghai province, remembers the night before she went back to work after taking three months off to care for her newborn son. She was anxious. “I kept telling myself don’t worry, relax, have a good night’s sleep and a fresh start tomorrow.” Her husband, a doctor, was on a night shift, so she was alone. At about 1am, her son started to cry. While holding him, she also burst into tears.

“He was crying and I was crying,” she said. At that point, Liu decided she would never have another child. “Thank you, family planning. One is definitely enough,” she said.

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19. 'Sant Antoni brings life': Barcelona celebrates ?70m market revamp10:00[−]

The return of a 135-year-old market is part of a citywide plan to revive local communities, but some worry the tourist hordes will soon arrive

Thousands of residents of the traditionally working class Barcelona neighbourhood of Sant Antoni thronged their local market this week as it reopened after a nine-year, €80m (?70.1m) refit. The celebrations continue over the weekend with live music, dancers from China and Bangladesh and poetry readings.

“It doesn’t surprise me that so many people came on the opening day,” says Pere Escofet, standing at his brand new cheese and charcuterie stall. “This market is very symbolic and there was a lot of expectation.”

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20. Lava from Kilauea volcano oozes down Hawaii street – timelapse video08:27[−]

Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano flows down a street during the night, igniting whatever it touches. Some 2,200 acres (890 hectares) of land have been torched by lava since 3 May and the number of homes and other structures destroyed has leapt from 50 to 82.

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21. Hawaii volcano: 'lava tide' flows down street, destroying dozens more properties07:23[−]

Residents flee as Kilauea continues its most destructive eruption in decades

A tide of molten rock turned a Hawaii street into a volcanic wasteland on Friday as the number of homes destroyed by the erupting Kilauea volcano soared and authorities told residents to flee a surge of lava.

The destructive fury of the erupting Kilauea volcano was unleashed on the Big Island’s Leilani Estates housing development, with the number of homes and other structures destroyed leaping to 82 from a previous count of 50, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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22. National Australia Bank apologises after outage affects customers07:10[−]

Many unable to access accounts after NAB’s online, mobile, Eftpos and ATM services hit

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Services were slowly being restored to National Australia Bank customers after a countrywide outage to its online, mobile, Eftpos and ATM services left them unable to access their accounts on Saturday.

The outage began about 7.50am AEST.

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23. Putin accuses Britain of blaming 'all their mortal sins' on RussiaПт., 25 мая[−]

President’s remarks come after comments by Boris Johnson about downing of MH17 plane

Vladimir Putin has accused the British of blaming “all their mortal sins” on Russia, saying undue accusations have been placed at Moscow’s door for everything from Brexit to the Skripal poisoning and the downing of MH17.

The Russian president dismissed suggestions that Russian hackers had been interfering in state affairs, claiming this was “not in line with our policy”.

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24. Brazilian president sends in army as truck protest paralyzes countryПт., 25 мая[−]

S?o Paulo, the biggest city in South America, in state of emergency over fuel shortages while markets run out of food

Brazil’s conservative president Michel Temer has ordered the army and federal police to clear highways blockaded by striking truck drivers after a protest over soaring fuel prices entered its fifth day.

The blockades have paralysed much of the country’s economy and prompted S?o Paulo, the biggest city in South America, to declare a state of emergency over fuel shortages.

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25. Mesmerising swarm of endangered jellyfish discovered in China - videoПт., 25 мая[−]

More than 100 craspedacusta jellyfish, a rare species under China's top-level state protection, have been found in the pond of a museum in south-west China's Yunnan Province. They were first discovered by staff of the Lijiashan Bronze Museum in Jiangchuan District. The craspedacusta jellyfish are believed to have existed for at least 600m years.

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26. Colombian police rearrest Escobar hitman for extortionПт., 25 мая[−]

Jhon Jairo Vel?squez, known as Popeye, was paroled in 2014 after confessing to hundreds of murders and spending 22 years in jail

Colombian police have rearrested a former hitman for the late drug lord Pablo Escobar as part of an investigation into extortion.

Related: Ex-Pablo Escobar enforcer who killed 300 seeks new career as YouTube star

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27. People go to the polls in Ireland's abortion vote – in picturesПт., 25 мая[−]

Irish citizens travelled from all over the world to vote in the landmark referendum on liberalising the country’s strict abortion laws

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28. Spanish socialists file no-confidence motion against Mariano RajoyПт., 25 мая[−]

Opposition says ruling party’s role in G?rtel corruption case has damaged democracy

Spain’s opposition socialist party has filed a no-confidence motion against the prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, a day after his governing People’s party was found to have benefited from an illegal kickbacks-for-contracts scheme.

Pedro S?nchez, the leader of the PSOE, said the verdict in the G?rtel corruption case had “seriously damaged the health of our democracy” and further diminished Rajoy’s credibility.

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29. Belgian police who shot dead two-year-old 'want to justify' tragedy, says lawyerПт., 25 мая[−]

Solicitor acting for parents of Mawda Shawri raises questions over shifting nature of official response to fatal shooting

Police in Belgium who have admitted that one of their officers was responsible for firing the shot that killed a two-year-old Iraqi Kurd girl last week have been accused of mishandling the investigation into her death.

A day after the officer responsible for the shooting appeared before an investigating judge, and with more details about the incident emerging, the solicitor acting for the grieving parents of Mawda Shawri told the Guardian he had grave concerns over how the case was being handled.

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30. Israeli court approves razing West Bank Bedouin villageПт., 25 мая[−]

Supreme court’s verdict on Khan al-Ahmar likely to prompt anger in EU governments trying to save it

Israel’s supreme court has ruled in favour of demolishing a Palestinian Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank, despite a campaign by European governments to save it.

Campaigners said the hearing had been the final appeal open to the village of Khan al-Ahmar, located close to several Israeli settlements east of Jerusalem.

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31. Cash converters: could this Dutch scheme stop drivers speeding?Пт., 25 мая[−]

The city of Helmond is trialling a speed sensor with a difference – motorists who observe the speed limit earn cash for local projects

A Dutch city is hoping to target speeding motorists by rewarding those who keep to the limit with cash for their community – car by car, and cent by cent.

A “speed-meter money box” was installed earlier this month on a stretch of road notorious for speeding in Helmond, a city in North Brabant province in the Netherlands. Each vehicle that was observing Dijksestraat’s 30km/h (19mph) speed limit as it passed added €0.10 (?0.09) to the monetary figure displayed, to a maximum of half a euro per vehicle each day.

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32. Kim Jong-un gains stature and gives up little as summit falls apartПт., 25 мая[−]

Cancellation of the historic talks by Donald Trump leaves North Korean leader unscathed

Donald Trump’s decision to cancel a planned meeting with Kim Jong-un is a gift to North Korea in many ways, according to some analysts.

Kim has worked for months to craft an image of a senior statesman and peacemaker, hoping to break decades of hostilities with a country North Korea has called its “sworn enemy”. Trump cancelling the summit further reinforced the narrative Kim is willing to talk while the US agitates for regime change.

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33. A safe haven on the Nile: life in South Sudan's Old Fangak – in picturesПт., 25 мая[−]

Before civil war erupted, Old Fangak was home to about 5,000 people. But since December 2013, the remote town in South Sudan’s Jonglei state has become a refuge for people fleeing the fighting, swelling its numbers tenfold

All photographs by Frederic Noy for M?decins Sans Fronti?res

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34. The failed Trump-Kim summit: the story of a trainwreck foretoldЧт., 24 мая[−]

Washington and Pyongyang were talking at cross purposes, and the debacle began and ended with gut decisions made by Trump

The short, turbulent history of the Trump-Kim summit, from its surprise announcement in March to its abrupt cancellation on Thursday, is the chronicle of a trainwreck foretold.

The debacle had been predicted by just about anyone with an experience of negotiating with North Korea, and experts who repeatedly warned that Washington and Pyongyang were talking at cross purposes.

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35. Sudanese teenager who killed rapist husband appeals death sentenceЧт., 24 мая[−]

Noura Hussein, whose case has been taken up by Naomi Campbell and Emma Watson, vows to help other women forced to marry

The lawyers for a young Sudanese woman sentenced to death for killing her husband as he tried to rape her have formally appealed the ruling as a petition calling for her to be spared reached a million signatures.

The legal team working on behalf of 19-year-old Noura Hussein, whose case has become an international cause celebre, had until Thursday to file an appeal to the death sentence handed down by a Sudanese court 15 days ago.

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36. Is Italy's government on a collision course with the EU?Чт., 24 мая[−]

Brussels has shown concern about the rhetoric of M5S and League, but the ragtag coalition has domestic worries of its own

Italy’s unlikely new coalition partners, the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) and the far-right League, disagree on so much that the new government will have a “conciliation committee” to settle its internal differences.

But on some things, most notably an avowed desire to stick it to Europe, the two rival parties agree, and if they follow through on their promises Italy will be set on a collision course with the EU. The question is: will they? Much suggests they will not.

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37. Women saved from Boko Haram claim soldiers made them trade sex for foodЧт., 24 мая[−]

Amnesty investigation alleges ‘horrendous abuse’ by Nigerian military in camps where thousands reportedly died of hunger

Thousands of women and girls who believed they were being led to safety from Boko Haram by Nigerian security forces were instead systematically abused in exchange for food and assistance, an Amnesty International investigation has revealed.

The shocking claims were made by more than 250 people interviewed over a two-year period. Some allege they were raped by members of the Nigerian military and Civilian Joint Task Force (Civilian JTF), while others say they were starved. The troops ordered civilians out of their villages and into satellite camps, where thousands of people, including children, have died of hunger, the report claims.

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38. Tall stories: the weird world of Hong Kong's rooftops – in picturesЧт., 24 мая[−]

From badminton to bonsai pruning to a precarious nap, it’s all going on high above the packed streets of Kowloon, Hong Kong. This series by Romain Jacquet-Lagre?z is a record of life in one of the world’s densest neighbourhoods

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39. 'A ticket to the next life': the lavish Buddhist dog funerals of BangkokЧт., 24 мая[−]

Full funeral rites from the monks of Bangkok’s Wat Krathum Suea Pla temple used to be for humans only – until a new and lucrative market emerged

Fou Fou always liked the good things in life. The pomeranian puppy had “a heart of gold” and a taste for expensive grilled pork. Varunthip Manthin loved the tiny dog as much as any of her sons.

When she discovered him dead in the road having been hit by a motorbike, she was inconsolable. Despite her grief Manthin knew one thing: she would give him a funeral worthy of her own child.

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40. Mambas, medicine and one girl's race to survive Kenya's biting problem | Rebecca RatcliffeЧт., 24 мая[−]

In a country where snakebite treatment is costly, hard to come by and often inadequate, Rashid Chiti feared the worst when his daughter was bitten by a black mamba. Now the World Health Assembly is about to pass a resolution that might finally boost funding and research for what is a widespread problem

Rashid Chiti knew immediately it was serious. His daughters, Salome, seven, Esther, nine, and Grace, three, had been outside in the field, checking on the family’s animals and crops. When it started to rain, the two older sisters raced one another home, with Esther carrying the youngest on her back.

Salome, the lightest on her feet, was running ahead in the distance. She didn’t notice the long, grey shape lying in her path. It was a black mamba, one of the world’s most venomous snakes.

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