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Thursday briefing: Brexit bullying blights school life  ‘A group followed me around chanting “Ukip”’ … enduring mystery of Robert Maxwell’s death … and what next for Spider-Man? Hello, I’m Warren Murray, your news point-person...
South Korea concerned over food safety at Olympics with events slated for Fukushima  * Talks to take place over food provision at Tokyo Games * Fukushima to host baseball and softball games next yearSouth Korea is considering...
UK should cut vehicle use to hit zero-carbon target, say MPs  Scathing report says Tory governments have held back progress on clean energy goals The government should discourage personal vehicle use and reward energy-efficient ...
Justin Trudeau: the rise and fall of a political brand  Thanks to his clever use of social media, he was dubbed the first prime minister of the Instagram age – but after four years in power, cracks in his image have started to...
My best shot: Rena Effendi on haymaking in Transylvania  ‘The light was soft … They were so graceful. They are the last peasants, the last of their kind’ In 2012, I travelled to Transylvania to document what is effectively the...
I want Tesco's packaging overhaul to plug into a new national framework | Dave Lewis  CEO says retailer has recycling targets for itself and its suppliers but wider collaboration is needed * Tesco promises to ban brands that...
Older people on medley of medicines risk life-threatening harm  Age UK says unintended interactions between different medicines can be dangerous About 2 million elderly people in the UK are on at least seven different...
Far-right violence is on the rise. Where is the outrage? | Owen Jones  Politicians and media outlets seem happy to fuel the hate-filled ideologies of a once-despised and tiny minorityMohammed Saleem was murdered by a terrorist, ...
Python wars: the snake epidemic eating away at Florida  There are tens of thousands of pythons in the Florida wild, attacking animals and damaging ecosystems – and the quest to stop them has become a collective crusade On a...
California arms traffickers used Snapchat to market illegal weapons  Recent investigations show that in the Bay Area, social media is playing a significant role in firearms sales One post showed the man walking through a home...
The mystery of the influencer and the Instagrammed motorcycle accident  Photos of Tiffany Mitchell’s accident were suspiciously beautiful, and even showed an artfully positioned water bottle Tiffany Mitchell, a Nashville-based...
Tesco promises to ban brands that use excessive packaging  Chief executive says hard-to-recycle plastic on own-brand products will be eliminated * I want packaging overhaul to plug into national framework Tesco has pledged to...
Art, aura and the doomed search for the perfect selfie | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett  The cultural critic, Walter Benjamin, would not have approved of the modern way of viewing a Van Gogh or a Da Vinci I went to the final day of the ...
Can Spider-Man survive outside of the Marvel universe?  Disney and Sony have split over their web-slinging arrangement which could lead to disaster for Spidey or an intriguing new opportunity Is the Marvel Cinematic Universe...
How the Brisbane Broncos rose out of the political mess that was 1980s Queensland | Joe Gorman  To a remarkable degree, the decline of old style politics coincided with the demise of traditional rugby league By the end of July...
Washington governor Jay Inslee drops out of 2020 presidential race  Democrat who had built his campaign around tackling climate crisis says it was clear he would not win Jay Inslee, the governor of Washington and a 2020...
'Just wanted to drive a little': eight-year-old German boy takes car for 140km/h spin  Child reaches high speeds during night-time motorway adventure before pulling over and putting his hazard lights on An eight-year-old boy...
Xenophobic bullying souring lives of East European pupils in UK  Study finds children in England and Scotland experiencing rising racism and prejudice in public after Brexit vote Eastern European pupils in schools in England...
Microplastics in water not harmful to humans, says WHO report  Experts find no proof minuscule particles are a threat to health but say more research is needed Microplastics are increasingly found in drinking water, but there...
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West Papua protests: Indonesia deploys 1,000 soldiers to quell unrest  Move follows unrest over detention of scores of Papuan students in Surabaya, East Java Indonesia has deployed more than 1,000 security personnel to the...
Emmanuel Macron aims to ease US-Iran tensions at G7 summit  French president warns of ‘crisis for democracy’ ahead of Biarritz meeting The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has said he will use this weekend’s G7 summit to...
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