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1. Franco's family fights PM over removal of dictator's remains13:19[−]

Spanish PM insists body will be exhumed over the summer from its tomb near Madrid

The family of General Franco has said it will not co-operate with the Spanish government’s efforts to remove the dictator’s remains from the mausoleum where they have been interred for the past 43 years.

Spain’s new prime minister, Pedro S?nchez, has made Franco’s exhumation a priority and said the body would be removed over the summer from its tomb in the basilica of the Valley of the Fallen outside Madrid.

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2. Zika epidemic sheds light on Brazil's 'invisible children'13:13[−]

Exclusive: families of thousands of babies born with neurodevelopmental disorders may get help for first time

Brazil’s “invisible children”, the thousands of babies born with neurodevelopmental disorders, have been brought out of the shadows by the Zika virus epidemic and their families may get help for the first time.

Almost 4,000 babies were born in Brazil with microcephaly as a result of Zika virus infection – a brain malformation that left them with small and misshapen heads and poor developmental prospects.

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3. When would means wouldn't I fear we're all being gaslighted | John Crace13:12[−]

It’s not just MPs who need more holiday time to work out what Donald Trump really means

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4. Seattle's bohemian culture struggles to survive as tech takes over13:00[−]

A solstice festival highlights the city’s history of embracing the weird as Amazon fuels a changing landscape

Covered in swirled pink paint and clad only in an emerald green thong, Shannon Kringen blended into an essential Seattle summer scene, becoming a nude in a sea of bicycling nudes.

The thousands of naked cyclists gliding through the city’s Fremont neighborhood for the annual Fremont Solstice Festival are of Old Seattle, an aloof, weird place with space for dreamers and their work. Back in 1986, when she was 17 and newly arrived in the city, Kringen was able to make rent serving pizza before becoming a nude model. She hosted an arresting public access television show, “ Goddess Kring”, in the 1990s. She danced, talked and sang – often naked.

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5. Macron security officer in custody and will be fired over violent video12:56[−]

Alexandre Benalla, filmed hitting protester, is questioned as ?lys?e says ‘new facts’ emerged

A security officer for the French president, Emmanuel Macron, has been taken into police custody and will be fired from his post after he was filmed hitting and stamping on a man at the edge of a Paris demonstration while dressed as a police officer.

Alexandre Benalla was being questioned by investigators on Friday morning after presenting himself at a police station. The French public prosecutor has opened a preliminary inquiry into a number of potential charges against him, including violence by a public official, pretending to be a member of the police and illegally using police insignia.

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6. Footage captures Missouri tourist boat capsizing – video11:52[−]

Eleven people have died after an amphibious vehicle with more than 30 people on board capsized on a lake in Missouri. Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said a tourist boat reportedly sank on Table Rock Lake. He said weather was believed to have caused the boat to capsize. High winds had hit the area, according to weather reports.

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7. Counting crows: Vancouver college maps thousands of attacks11:32[−]

Tool launched in response to dive-bombing birds documents 2,500 attacks since 2016

It was a crow fiercely protecting its nest – and repeated complaints of it dive-bombing and swooping – that prompted the idea.

“Just about every day someone would come in and say: ‘I got smacked in the back of the head,’ or ‘Mary got smacked in the back of the head,’” said Jim O’Leary, a teacher at Langara College in Vancouver, Canada.

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8. ‘Finally the prime minister is here’: Turnbull to visit Tennant Creek10:02[−]

Residents had requested he visit following child protection crisis and struggles with poor services

Malcolm Turnbull will spend Sunday night in an outback town which has become the focus of the Northern Territory child protection crisis, after a two-year-old girl was sexually assaulted five months ago.

Last month Guardian Australia reported local residents and traditional owners in Tennant Creek had urged Turnbull to visit, following their long-running struggle with social issues, a number of traumatic deaths, and poor services.

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9. The Receptionist review – an intimate voyage into London's underworld10:00[−]

A Taiwanese graduate becomes embroiled in the sex trade in Jenny Lu’s angst-ridden study of the immigrant experience

First-time feature director Jenny Lu directs this intensely felt personal drama about the immigrant experience in the UK and the accompanying state of invisibility – part survival strategy, part byproduct of prejudice and hypocrisy.

Tina, played by Teresa Daley, is a young Taiwanese arts graduate living with her British boyfriend in London, frantically sending out CVs, getting no job offers and desperately short on cash. Then she gets word that someone needs a “receptionist”, but not at the kind of hipster media company she once yearned for. Tina has to be the “receptionist” for a brothel run out of a rented suburban semi by the motherly Lily (Sophie Gopsill), which employs two cynical yet melancholy sex workers (played by Amanda Fan and Chen Shiang-chyi, the latter a veteran of movies by Edward Yang and Tsai Ming-liang).

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10. Motorcyclists banned from wearing hoodies as Uganda gets tough on crime09:00[−]

President Yoweri Museveni moves to quell concern about rising crime with introduction of 10-point security plan

Uganda’s president has banned motorcycle drivers from wearing hoodies in an attempt to tackle rising crime rates in the country.

Figures published this week show the number of reported crimes grew by 3.3% between 2016 and 2017.

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11. Missouri: 11 people dead after tourist boat capsizes on Table Rock Lake08:26[−]

An amphibious vehicle has capsized with more than 30 people on board, including children

Eleven people have died after an amphibious vehicle with more than 30 people on board capsized on a lake in Missouri.

Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said a tourist boat reportedly sank on Table Rock Lake. He said weather was believed to have caused the boat to capsize. High winds had hit the area, according to weather reports.

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12. 'Desperate to find a way out': Iran edges towards precipice07:00[−]

Economic grievances, lack of freedoms, global sanctions and climate change putting country under unprecedented pressure

In the words of Mohammad, a graphic designer out of work for four months, life in Iran is “like being a fish in a rapidly shrinking puddle of water, under scorching sun in the middle of desert”.

Related: Iran threatens to block Strait of Hormuz over US oil sanctions

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13. Facebook to publish data on Irish abortion referendum ads07:00[−]

Social media company to provide details of spending on ads targeting Irish voters

Facebook is to publish comprehensive data on political advertising during Ireland’s abortion referendum campaign, giving an unprecedented insight into targeting of voters on social media, and setting a powerful precedent for election transparency.

The US company has told Irish politicians it will provide anonymised details of the amount spent on targeting Irish voters on its platform between 1 March and 25 May, and the number of referendum-linked ads that had been purchased.

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14. 'Say that again': US intelligence chief surprised by White House's Putin invitation - video05:14[−]

US intelligence chief Dan Coats seemed surprised when informed on-stage at the Aspen Security Forum of the White House's decision, delivered via Twitter, to invite Vladimir Putin to Washington. 'That's going to be special', he said.

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15. Theresa May: I will never accept EU's ideas on Irish Brexit border00:52[−]

EU27 must ditch ‘unworkable’ plans and break impasse, PM tells Belfast summit

Theresa May is to tell the European Union it is time to drop what she feels is their inflexible view on an Irish border solution and “evolve” their position to break the impasse in Brexit talks.

In a speech in Belfast on Friday she is expected to brand the bloc’s calls for regulatory alignment north and south of the border as a “backstop” solution in the event of no deal as “unworkable”, and repeat her assertion that a border down the Irish Sea is unacceptable to any British prime minister.

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16. US allows hundreds of Somalis to stay until at least March 202000:32[−]

The homeland security department renewed, but did not redesignate, temporary protected status for Somalis

Nearly 500 Somalis who escaped terrorism and drought will be allowed to remain in the US until at least March 2020, the US homeland security department announced on Thursday.

Related: Mogadishu atrocity may provoke deeper US involvement in Somalia

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17. Trump plans to formally invite Putin to US later this year, White House says00:22[−]

Sarah Sanders says Trump asked John Bolton to invite Putin ‘to Washington in the fall and those discussions are under way’

Donald Trump has asked his administration to formally invite Russian president Vladimir Putin to visit Washington later this year, the White House announced on Thursday.

Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary, said Trump asked his national security adviser John Bolton to extend the invitation to Putin for a “working level” dialogue between the two leaders.

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18. How Zuckerberg, Musk and Trump use 'clarifications' to confuse usЧт., 19 июля[−]

CEOs have started to pull from the Trump playbook: offend, muddle, but ultimately change little

It was a busy week for the media strategists of powerful billionaires. Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump all said troubling, offensive and, on occasion, factually incorrect things this week. Then hours later, tried to reach back in time and edit their statements, much like you would an errant Facebook post. All three either flatly denied they’d said what they said, or attempted to revise their statements in ways that failed to acknowledge that they’d been said in the first place.

Some of the original statements have been fiddled with so much they feel as though they happened years ago. But a recap: Musk baselessly called Vernon Unsworth, one of the divers who helped rescue a group of boys from a cave in Thailand, a “pedo” on Twitter. Zuckerberg told an interviewer that Holocaust deniers weren’t “ intentionally getting it wrong” and would not remove their posts from Facebook because such posts are “not trying to organize harm against someone, or attacking someone”. Trump went against the clear findings of his own security agencies and said he didn’t see any reason why Russia would have interfered in the US election.

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19. 'Trump obviously seemed frightened': Nancy Pelosi condemns Putin meeting – videoЧт., 19 июля[−]

Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader of the House of Representatives, has said Donald Trump 'obviously seemed frightened' in his Helsinki press conference with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. 'Putin also appears to be President Trump's puppeteer,' she said, adding that if Moscow was blackmailing Trump, it was a level of blackmail the American people could not afford.

Pelosi called on Trump to apologise for his 'disgraceful, dangerous and damaging behaviour'.

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20. Emmanuel Macron faces scandal over security officer videoЧт., 19 июля[−]

Demands for inquiry after film surfaces of ?lys?e officer in police visor hitting protester

Emmanuel Macron is facing a damaging political scandal after one of the French president’s top security officers was filmed hitting and stamping on a young man at a Paris demonstration while dressed as a police officer.

The French public prosecutor opened a preliminary inquiry on Thursday into a raft of possible charges including violence by a public official, pretending to be a member of the police and illegally using police insignia.

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21. Footage of sole survivor of Amazon tribe emergesЧт., 19 июля[−]

Man believed to be in his 50s seen swinging an axe to fell a tree in Brazilian forest

Remarkable footage has been released of an uncontacted indigenous man who has lived alone in an Amazon forest for at least 22 years.

Semi-naked and swinging an axe vigorously as he fells a tree, the man, believed to be in his 50s, has never been filmed so clearly before and appears to be in excellent health.

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22. Huge Egyptian sarcophagus found to contain three mummiesЧт., 19 июля[−]

Archaeologists open granite tomb but are dismayed at state of decay after ‘sewage leak’

Egyptian archeologists have opened a 30-tonne black granite sarcophagus to find three decomposed mummies after sewage water apparently leaked inside.

“The sarcophagus has been opened, but we have not been hit by a curse,” said Mostafa Waziry, the head of Egypt’s Supreme Council for Antiquities, in response to news reports warning of maledictions hidden inside the tomb in the port city of Alexandria.

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23. 'One more racist law': reactions as Israel axes Arabic as official languageЧт., 19 июля[−]

‘Nation state’ law gives Jews exclusive rights over Arabs who make up fifth of Israel’s population

The passing of a law in Israel that affords exclusive rights to Jewish people and removes Arabic as an official language has rippled through the country’s Arab minority, who have decried the legislation as unabashedly racist.

“It’s one more law, one more racist law,” said Najib Hadad, 56, in Nazareth, the country’s largest northern city whose residents are predominately Arab.

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24. FamilyOFive: YouTube bans 'pranksters' after child abuse convictionЧт., 19 июля[−]

Michael and Heather Martin were sentenced to five years of probation last year for treatment of children in videos

YouTube has banned a family of vloggers from its platform, after the parents were convicted of child neglect in the course of filming their popular “prank” videos.

Michael and Heather Martin,who post videos under the name FamilyOFive, were sentenced to five years of probation for child neglect in September last year, after viewers raised alarm over their treatment of their children in videos.

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25. Donald Trump lambasts EU over $5.1bn fine for GoogleЧт., 19 июля[−]
  • ‘They have truly taken advantage of the U.S., but not for long!’
  • Google guilty of ‘serious illegal behaviour’ over Android apps

Donald Trump has attacked the European Union’s decision to fine Google $5.1bn (?3.8bn) for “serious illegal behaviour”.

The European commission announced the record fine on Wednesday after an investigation found the tech company had required smartphone operators to pre-install Google’s search and browser apps or lose access to its online store and streaming service.

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26. British public bought ?14bn of goods made by slaves in 2017, claims reportЧт., 19 июля[−]

Global slavery index identifies electronics and clothes among UK imports from countries where labour abuses may have occurred

Billions of pounds worth of laptops, mobile phones and clothing likely to have been made using slave labour are being bought by UK consumers every year, researchers have said.

The global slavery index, which attempts to measure the scope and scale of slavery across the world, claims that G20 countries annually import more than ?272bn of products from places with a high prevalence of modern slavery.

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27. Myanmar authorities planned genocide against Rohingya, rights group claimsЧт., 19 июля[−]

Officials armed non-Rohingya civilians and suspended aid in months before Rakhine state, new research alleges

Authorities in Myanmar made preparations for attacks against the Rohingya with “genocidal intent” in the weeks before last year’s purge, a rights watchdog has claimed.

A report by Fortify Rights, a Bangkok-based organisation, alleges that officials carefully planned a systematic assault on the Rohingya community.

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28. Macron's security officer filmed beating protester – videoЧт., 19 июля[−]

One of President Emmanuel Macron's top security officials has been suspended after he was filmed beating a protester while illegally wearing a police visor in Paris. Alexandre Benalla was a senior member of security at the ?lys?e Palace. In the footage, he is seen dragging a woman before hitting and stamping on a young man

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29. All of Trump's backflips on Russian interference – videoЧт., 19 июля[−]

Donald Trump now says he holds Vladimir Putin personally responsible for Russian meddling in the 2016 US election. It is the latest backtracking amid anger over his failure to publicly hold Putin to account at the Helsinki summit


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30. Trained to shoot: the Utah teachers taking up guns in their classroomsЧт., 19 июля[−]

To fight school shootings, Utah allows teachers to carry a gun at school – and many are choosing to arm themselves and are taking combat shooting courses as preparation

Ryan Ferree, 33, is a keen shooter. If he could, he would shoot until the 160-decibel sound of a gunshot didn’t faze him. He would shoot so often that he wouldn’t freeze up if he had to aim at somebody he knew.

Ferree wasn’t always interested in guns. He got his concealed-carry permit in March, after becoming a teacher. Three months later, in June, he’s taking a local combat shooting course offered to teachers in St George, Utah.

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31. UK stance on arms exports protects corrupt practices, experts claimЧт., 19 июля[−]

Government accused of allowing arms industry to act with impunity, damaging development efforts and fuelling conflict

The British government’s role in arms exports has come under scrutiny amid accusations that the trade’s corrupt practices are being deliberately protected to benefit the economy.

Andrew Feinstein, CEO of Corruption Watch, an arms control watchdog, said the government’s approach was not only deeply damaging to Britain’s global development efforts but also fuelled world conflicts.

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32. Trump says he holds Putin responsible for US election meddling – videoЧт., 19 июля[−]

The US president, Donald Trump, tells CBS News’s Jeff Glor he holds the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, personally responsible for Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election

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33. 'It destroyed the girl she was': the toll of pregnancy on Paraguay's childrenЧт., 19 июля[−]

Rampant child abuse, a culture that sexualizes young girls and draconian abortion laws have contributed to a child pregnancy rate that is among Latin America’s highest

When she took her 10-year-old daughter to hospital suffering stomach cramps and vomiting, Rosana had little idea of the ordeal ahead.

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34. Hong Kong: the city still shaped by feng shuiЧт., 19 июля[−]

Feng shui masters are still regularly consulted to help make the city’s buildings harmonious and prosperous

“A lot of people design spaces in Hong Kong and then consult a feng shui master afterwards. But for us it was very important to consult one right from the beginning,” says Philippa Wong of M.int Academy, a learning centre in Hong Kong’s Aberdeen area that offers music tuition.

Philippa and her sister Andrea opened the centre in August last year. Like many business owners in the city, they wanted to start off on the right foot and ensure optimal luck and a harmonious environment for their business to flourish. So they hired local feng shui master John Choi to advise on the most auspicious layout and design of their centre.

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35. Obama does Nelson Mandela's ‘Madiba Dance’ in South Africa – videoЧт., 19 июля[−]

Former US president Barack Obama may have been considered the best dancer among US leaders, but his moves haven't impressed South Africa’s president. Cyril Ramaphosa ribbed Obama during his address at the Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture, saying the former US president had nothing on Nelson Mandela, whose simple swaying and big smile became known as the 'Madiba Dance'

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36. Inside the Beijing 'office' inhabited by human guinea pigsСр., 18 июля[−]

In the fake offices and homes of the Well Living Lab, scientists monitor volunteers to identify ways to make them healthier and more productive

To outsiders, the workers in this under-construction office on the northern outskirts of Beijing will look like a normal group of employees – but the workplace will be like no other in China.

Every movement of the volunteers, students and interns working there will be monitored, measured, analysed and assessed. A team of scientists will be watching these human guinea pigs in a simulated real-life environment with sensors, microphones and wearable technology to monitor their physical, mental and emotional responses to the environment or building design.

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37. Organ donation: we can break taboos among British BAME communitiesСр., 18 июля[−]

Successes in the US, Israel and Qatar prove that religious and cultural hurdles highlighted in a new report can be overcome

“You need to start looking for a kidney donor right away. Start with social media and go all out.”

The tone and urgency of her doctor’s advice had left Ashley De La Mode somewhat perplexed. With just 5% kidney function remaining, the 38-year old makeup artist and single parent from London knew she needed an organ transplant sooner rather than later.

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38. Will Republicans punish Trump for his performance with Putin?Вт., 17 июля[−]

President’s comments on election meddling called ‘disgraceful’ but most in his party are reluctant to enter open conflict

Air Force One departed Helsinki on Monday after a head-spinning week in which the US president attacked the postwar international order and sided with the Russian president Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence agencies about whether Moscow meddled in the US elections. The question that now looms before Republican lawmakers: how will they respond?

Related: Trump 'treasonous' after siding with Putin on election meddling

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39. Helsinki summit: what did Trump and Putin agree?Вт., 17 июля[−]

Off-the-cuff diplomacy made it difficult to work out what was agreed but some details have emerged in wake of meetings

No communique was issued following the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki, underlining the off-the-cuff informal diplomacy in which Donald Trump specialises. The absence of an agreed statement leaves secret the status and extent of any practical agreements reached either between the US president and his Russian counterpart or in the later wider meeting between officials.

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40. Residents in tourism hotspots have had enough. So what's the answer?Вт., 17 июля[−]

Tourism brings money and jobs to cities – but can also damage residents’ day-to-day lives, culture and heritage. Here are some solutions

How do you solve a problem like tourism? It employs hundreds of millions of people, buoys entire industries – but can tear apart the very cities that benefit from it, alienating residents and causing irreversible damage to their culture and heritage.

Protests across Europe have spurred talk of “responsible tourism” and forcing the sector to factor in sustainability, but the problem is already at such a scale that doing anything about it seems akin to turning around a cruise liner.

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41. War-torn Sarajevo’s camera kids, then and now – a photo essayПн., 16 июля[−]

In 1997 photographer Chris Leslie taught basic camera techniques at Sarajevo’s Bjelave orphanage and sent the children off to capture their city. This year he returned to see how their lives had unfolded

The children confined to Bjelave orphanage had suffered terribly – both because of the war, and from neglect and abuse. One journalist described the institution as “the worst place in Sarajevo apart from the morgue”.

It is more than 20 years since I first arrived in Sarajevo in late summer 1996. The destruction in the city was jaw-dropping: rows and rows of broken, bombed-out high-rise flats, shell craters and explosion indents everywhere; libraries, offices, factories all in ruins. This was city-wide destruction – a late-20th-century Dresden or Stalingrad.

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