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Wed, 23 May 2018 06:35:19 GMT
'Remember Savita': father's plea for voters to end Ireland's abortion ban

Andanappa Yalagi, whose daughter died after a miscarriage at a Galway hospital, hopes the referendum will change the law

Her death was the “end of the world” to her family, and a catalyst for an historic vote this week that could change Ireland’s constitution. Now, more than five years after Savita Halappanavar lost her life after a miscarriage in a Galway hospital, her father has urged voters to repeal the clause of the constitution that he says contributed to her death, and legalise abortion.

“I hope the people of Ireland remember my daughter Savita on the day of the referendum, and that what happened to her won’t happen to any other family,” Andanappa Yalagi told the Guardian by phone from his home in Karnataka, in south-west India.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 09:57:03 GMT
Philip Roth: Portnoy's Complaint and American Pastoral author dies at 85

Chronicler of American politics, Jewishness and male sexual desire was widely regarded as one of greatest novelists of the 20th century

The novelist Philip Roth, who explored America through the contradictions of his own character for more than six decades, died on Tuesday aged 85.

Roth’s career began in notoriety and ended in authority, as he grappled with questions of identity, authorship, morality and mortality in a series of novels that shaped the course of American letters in the second half of the 20th century. He refracted the complexities of his Jewish-American heritage in works such as Portnoy’s Complaint, American Pastoral, The Human Stain and The Plot Against America, which garnered both critical and commercial success, garlanding their creator with a dazzling succession of literary prizes.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 18:22:43 GMT
Trump says 'very substantial chance' North Korea summit could be delayed

President raises doubts over 12 June talks but says: ‘In the end it will work out. I can’t tell you how or why, but it always does’

Donald Trump said there was a “very substantial chance” that his summit next month with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, could be postponed.

Trump raised doubts over the timing of the summit, due in Singapore on 12 June, at a White House meeting with the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 20:30:20 GMT
Complaints that Zuckerberg 'avoided questions' at European parliament

Facebook founder spends 30 minutes giving answers to 60 minutes of MEPs’ questions

Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting at the European parliament ended in acrimony amid a chorus of complaints that the Facebook founder had been allowed to evade questions and give vague answers. Over the 90-minute session, the Facebook founder told MEPs there would be no repeat of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal as he fielded accusations that his company had too much power.

The format meant Zuckerberg spent around 30 minutes giving answers to a 60-minute block of consecutive questions. The 12 MEPs asked dozens of overlapping questions that allowed the Facebook boss to pick and choose his answers. Guy Verhofstadt, the leader of the liberal group, slammed the “precooked format” as “inappropriate” and said it had permitted Zuckerberg to avoid questions.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 22:12:29 GMT
New York judge orders man, 30, to move out of family home after parents sue

Michael Rotondo, who reportedly moved back home eight years ago, issued with eviction order after he thwarted parents’ efforts

A judge has ordered a 30-year-old man in New York state to move out of his parents’ house, after a short legal battle.

During the hearing on Tuesday, state supreme court justice Donald Greenwood tried to convince Michael Rotondo, who reportedly moved back home eight years ago, to leave the family home in Camillus, near Syracuse, of his own accord. But Rotondo, who represented himself in court, argued that he was entitled to six more months of living with his family.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 04:00:13 GMT
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Tue, 22 May 2018 21:19:14 GMT
Stock markets drop after Trump signals dissatisfaction with China negotiations

The Dow Jones fell after Trump said he isn’t satisfied with US-China trade talks and cast doubt on the North Korea summit

The Dow Jones stock index dropped 200 points on Tuesday after Donald Trump said he was not satisfied with US-China trade talks and cast doubt on whether a summit with North Korea, scheduled for 12 Jun in Singapore, will in fact take place.

The losses, which came after a 300-point gain a day earlier on optimism that a trade war had been at least temporarily averted, came amid growing signs of discord within the US negotiating team.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 16:10:20 GMT
Why speaking Spanish is becoming dangerous in America

Reports of people being berated or attacked while communicating in the world’s second most spoken language are on the rise

Sandy was trying to communicate with a colleague. Although her presence was unusual as a Latinx lawyer at a top southern California non-profit, she was used to talking to people in any language she wanted to. After all, she’d graduated from a top law school and worked near her Los Angeles-area, Latin-centric hometown.

But this time was different. She was speaking to a member of the custodian staff in Spanish about a trivial matter when an older white female executive forcefully told her to stop. That she should not socialize in another language because “other people” might think they were talking trash about them.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 19:42:01 GMT
Woody Allen's son Moses Farrow defends father over sexual assault claims

Farrow says he ‘can no longer stay silent’ about accusations made by his sister and claims she was coerced into making them

Woody Allen and Mia Farrow’s adopted son, Moses Farrow, on Wednesday defended his father from allegations of sexual assault made by his sister.

In a nearly 5,000-word post, Moses elaborated further on claims he had made in previous interviews that his mother was physically abusive to him and her other children and that she coerced her daughter Dylan into accusing Allen of assault.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 13:02:50 GMT
Western consumers fund extremism by buying talcum powder, claims study

Talc used in products sold in Europe and the US is often mined in Afghanistan by Isis and the Taliban, finds report

Islamic State and the Taliban are engaged in a bitter battle over control of mines in Afghanistan that supply much of the talcum used by European and US consumers.

The mineral, used in everything from baby powder and cosmetics to paint and car parts, is mined in areas of eastern Afghanistanwhere the Taliban and Islamic State in Afghanistan are vying for supremacy.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 23:55:50 GMT
'Recipe for disaster': Amazon under fire for selling face-recognition software to police

ACLU releases documentation on Amazon Rekognition software, fueling fears of surveillance via police body cameras

In the aftermath of the uprising in Ferguson, Missouri, over the killing of Michael Brown, police departments and policy makers around the country hit upon a supposed panacea to racist policing and police brutality: body-worn cameras.

Many hailed the move as a victory for accountability. But among the few dissenters was Malkia Cyril, executive director of the Center for Media Justice and a leader in the Black Lives Matter network, who warned early and often that the cameras could become tools of surveillance against people of color because “body-worn cameras don’t watch the police, they watch the community being policed, people like me”.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 19:38:45 GMT
Uber shuts down self-driving operation in Arizona after fatal crash

The company will focus research efforts on Pittsburgh and continue to test in San Francisco

Uber is to shut down its self-driving car programme in Arizona after one of its cars killed a pedestrian there in March.

Related: Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian

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Wed, 23 May 2018 19:18:57 GMT
New York City to consider banning plastic straws

If the bill becomes law, restaurants that continue to use plastic straws would be warned, then face fines between $100 and $400

A New York City council member announced on Wednesday his plan to ban plastic straws from the city of 8.5 million people, amid a growing effort across the globe to cut back on plastics.

“We depend on plastic, and that is a trend we have to reverse immediately,” said city council member Rafael Espinal, who discussed his proposed ban at a press conference on the southern tip of Manhattan, with the Statue of Liberty in the background.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 19:52:08 GMT
US man who mailed cyanide to suicidal Briton sentenced to 25 years in prison

Sidney Kilmartin was charged with mailing a suicidal man in Hull cyanide after he threatened to report Kilmartin for fraud

A federal judge in New England sentenced a man to 25 years in prison on Tuesday for mailing a fatal dose of cyanide to a suicidal British man, accusing the defendant of an “appalling moral vacuum”.

Judge John Woodcock’s ruling in US district court in Portland, Maine, came four years after Sidney Kilmartin was arrested for mailing the poison to Andrew Denton of Hull, in the UK.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 10:00:21 GMT
Dublin's ghost signs: preserving a city's fading memories

Emma Clarke captures Dublin’s history through old advertisements and signs – often only briefly revealed by construction projects in this rapidly changing city

Faded and decaying shop signs remind us of a time gone by. Often painted on brickwork, these ghost signs are found in cities and towns throughout the world – but many of us don’t even notice them.

Emma Clarke picked up on Dublin’s fading signs as she walked around the city observing changes to the urban landscape. Originally from Cork, she’s been photographing old signs in Dublin and publishing the pictures through her blog and the account @DublinGhostSigns since she moved there a decade ago.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 06:00:15 GMT
The young Somalis recreating Mogadishu's prewar splendour

A project that uses crowdsourced photos of destroyed buildings to form 3D digital models is helping refugees rediscover their roots

Five years ago, Yusuf Shegow visited the ruins of the once-grand Al-Uruba hotel overlooking the Indian Ocean on Mogadishu’s waterfront. His grandfather had worked at a nearby hotel in the 1970s, and shared stories with Shegow of the diplomats and dignitaries who stayed there on frequent visits to the country then known as the “Switzerland of Africa”.

After decades of civil war, Al-Uruba’s arched windows and white plaster facade were in tatters. The entire fourth floor was gone, levelled by mortar fire.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 06:00:47 GMT
The fall of 'Italy’s Stalingrad': symbol of left wages war on migrants and poor

The closure of its factories hit Sesto hard, but when the perpetrator of the Berlin truck attack was shot there, the former leftwing stronghold turned right

Gramsci Avenue, May Day Square, Karl Marx library … even today the streets of Sesto San Giovanni recall its past as the “Stalingrad of Italy”. For more than seven decades, this suburb of Milan was ruled by the Communist party and its political heirs, but things have radically changed since the election of the new rightwing mayor, Roberto Di Stefano.

Begging, bivouacking in parks or streets and drinking alcohol in the open have all been banned. Those breaking the rules are expelled, and over the past year that has been the fate of more than 200 people – most of them homeless, street vendors or migrants.

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Fri, 18 May 2018 07:00:53 GMT
Dutch city uses penis fountain to rebel against art project

Fountain which squirts when toilet is flushed made in protest against use of non-local artists for Leeuwarden project

When the Dutch city of Leeuwarden commissioned 11 fountains by modern artists to celebrate being made European capital of culture 2018, it probably didn’t expect such stiff opposition.

Internationally renowned sculptors – including the British artists Cornelia Parker and Lucy Orta – each designed a fountain for one of 11 cities in the province of Friesland. For the city of Workum, Parker took her inspiration from a pair of lions on a 17th-century coat of arms, designing two huge replicas, with water spouting from their claws.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 05:00:46 GMT
‘I had no real interest in politics, until this’ – Ireland’s accidental abortion activists

On 25 May, voters in Ireland will decide whether to legalise abortion. Doctors, grandparents and those who have been forced to travel the UK to seek terminations have been raising their voices in a bid to shift the narrative

In September 1983, article 40.3.3 – the eighth amendment – was voted into the Irish constitution. It equated the life of the “unborn” with that of the mother. It gave rise to a ban on abortion in all circumstances from the moment of conception. It also led to a grave national silence, whereby abortion was outsourced to neighbouring jurisdictions, with Britain becoming a place of medical refuge for at least 168,703 Irish women.

Now, just less than 35 years later, a grassroots mobilisation of doctors, lawyers, parents, grandparents, tech professionals, psychologists, fashion designers, artists, midwives, nurses and more has led to an unstoppable revolution and a referendum on 25 May, which may well result in the amendment finally being removed from the Irish constitution. Siobhan Donohue is one such accidental activist. “I never in my wildest dreams thought I would be sitting here talking about my abortion,” says Donohue. “I never put my head up about anything. I was the kid who never talked in class. I did everything by the book. I had no real interest in politics, until this, until I felt this sense of outrage.”

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Wed, 23 May 2018 18:39:12 GMT
Yulia Skripal says her world has 'turned upside down' – video

In a statement, her first since her discharge from hospital, Yulia Skripal, daughter of double agent Sergei, said she wished to return to Russia some day despite the nerve agent attack on her and her father, which she described as life-changing. Yulia told Reuters that her 'life had been turned upside down'. She spent 20 days in a coma after the attack on 4 March, when the Skripals were found comatose on a park bench in Salisbury


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Wed, 23 May 2018 22:09:35 GMT
Carry on Brussels review – a sorry slice of EU parliament life

A Labour MEP holds up a funny sign, the SNP’s man frets over free wine and Ukip’s Gerard Batten hones his Partridge-esque victimhood. It’s tragic, comic and teeth-grindingly frustrating

The European parliament is “one of the most misunderstood institutions in the world”, argues Carry on Brussels, a fly-on-the-wall documentary that exists in a kind of paradox. Had more effort been made to explain exactly what MEPs do prior to 2016, then Brexit voters might not have been so convinced of their uselessness; then again, a film about an institution running smoothly and fairly doesn’t pack a sufficient dramatic punch. So here we are, fiddling while Brussels burns – for the UK, at least. Director Christian Trumble spins comedy and tragedy into a watchable, if at times teeth-grindingly frustrating three-part series that pulls off a remarkably balanced portrait of seven MEPs from across the political spectrum, all working to very different ends.

This first episode sets out its W1A-ish tone – we hear that SNP MEP Alyn Smith has booked “the third-floor coffee lounge” for a charity mixer, and he grumbles that Ukip aren’t mingling and are only there for the free wine – primarily by concentrating on the most embattled of the bunch. Seb Dance, a young Labour MEP, is notorious for holding up a sign reading: “He’s lying to you” behind Nigel Farage as he spoke in the EU parliament. As a result, he says, he gets tweets calling him a “knob”, a “big girl’s blouse” and a “shitbag”, and strangers offering to take him outside. He’s earnest and so upset by Brexit that, at one point, it moves him to tears. Dance has spent six months working on getting a sustainability report passed. We follow him to the crucial vote.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 16:08:50 GMT
Hassan Hajjaj's best photograph: Kesh Angels, girl biker gang of Morocco

‘They worked among the snake-charmers and belly-dancers of Marrakech. I christened them Kesh Angels and gave them heart-shaped sunglasses’

When I first met Karima, she was 14 years old and selling bracelets in Djemaa el-Fna, the bustling central square in Marrakech. She’s the girl on the very right here, leaning to the side. They’re all henna girls now, Karima and her friends, and they posed for this in 2010, in front of the Theatre Royal in Marrakech.

Djemaa el-Fna, which means “internal space”, is where all the snake-charmers, storytellers and belly-dancers work, in among food stalls and other types of entertainment. The square’s been there for centuries. It’s like a vast piece of street theatre, full of people all day long – tourists and Moroccans alike, there to buy food, have henna done on their hands, or just become part of the big play.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 22:01:06 GMT
Donald Trump ramps up attacks on 'scandal' of Russia inquiry

Donald Trump said the investigation into Russian collusion during the 2016 election “could be one of the biggest political scandals in history” as he dubbed the investigation into election inference “Spygate”.

In a series of Twitter messages on Wednesday Trump renewed his offensive against the investigation as a “witch hunt” by the “criminal deep state”. His statements came only days after he demanded an investigation into any government surveillance of his campaign – something the justice department later agreed to.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 16:57:30 GMT
Guatemala: ex-military officers convicted of crimes against humanity

Four former high-ranking officers convicted of 1981 rape and torture of young woman and disappearance of her teenage brother

Four former high-ranking Guatemalan military officers once considered untouchable have been convicted of crimes against humanity. They were also found guilty of aggravated sexual abuse against a young activist, Emma Guadalupe Molina Theissen, one of a small number of civilians who escaped army custody during the country’s 36-year civil war.

Three of the officers – the former head of the armed forces, Benedicto Lucas Garc


Wed, 23 May 2018 18:16:53 GMT
North Korea must disarm before any economic relief, says Mike Pompeo

Secretary of state speaks a day after the president appeared to drop the insistence of ‘all-in-one’ unilateral disarmament

Mike Pompeo has said the US will use a summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un to demand North Korea completely and rapidly surrenders its nuclear weapons programme before it receives any economic relief.

Pompeo added he was “very hopeful” the summit would still go ahead on 12 June.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 21:05:04 GMT
Morning mail: Victorian ALP to debate moving Australia Day

Thursday: Resolution suggests national day could be celebrated on 9 May. Plus, spy’s daughter wants to return to Russia

Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Thursday 24 May.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 20:30:32 GMT
World weatherwatch: Spring brings wildfires, storms and ash plumes

Thunderstorms have killed at least five in the mainland US, while fires plague eastern Russia and volcanic activity has been disrupting aviation in Hawaii

Eastern Russia has been experiencing widespread and intense spring wildfires, thanks to a drier than normal autumn and winter, leading to parched vegetation. As of 17 May, nearly 700 fires had been recorded across 40 territories with about 400 considered extinguished, according to the Russian Federal Forest Agency. As stated by the Global Fire Emissions database, the Amur Oblast region has experienced the most fires per month since 2008.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 11:00:22 GMT
'The mindset is that boys are not raped': India ends silence on male sex abuse

Major survey commissioned after film-maker finds evidence many Indian men may have suffered child abuse

A film-maker asked by the Indian government to conduct a study of male survivors of child sexual abuse has said there is a culture of indifference in the country about “what happens to men as boys”.

Insia Dariwala is investigating links between unresolved male trauma and its impact in later life, after an online survey of 160 Indian men showed that 71% of respondents had been sexually abused as children.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 06:00:16 GMT
Home Office under fire over ‘muddled’ strategy on slavery that fails victims

Resignation of anti-slavery commissioner Kevin Hyland prompts scrutiny of Theresa May’s flagship policy

Anti-trafficking campaigners have accused the Home Office of a “muddled and inconsistent” strategy over modern slavery that is failing its victims, following the resignation of Britain’s first anti-slavery commissioner.

Kevin Hyland, appointed by Theresa May when she was home secretary, stepped down last week after nearly four years in the role as champion of her flagship policy to make prosecutions easier and protect victims of modern slavery, citing government interference.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 05:00:16 GMT
'Every girl is forced by our culture into FGM': battling for change in Kenya – podcast

From rescuing girls from female genital mutilation to championing women’s political rights, Leah Chebet Psiya is breaking down barriers in her Pokot community in eastern Kenya

Life is far from easy for women and girls in West Pokot, but Leah Chebet Psiya and her Pokot Women’s Empowerment Organisation are tackling the barriers holding them back. She tells Lucy Lamble about her vision for a more equal society – and explains how, with recent catastrophic flooding and landslides in the region, her organisation has also played a vital role in rescue efforts

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Tue, 22 May 2018 09:00:51 GMT
HIV drug shortage puts hundreds of thousands of lives at risk in Uganda

Scarcity of antibiotic Septrin drives fears of weakened immunity among patients, setting back efforts to end Aids by 2030

The lives of hundreds of thousands of Ugandans living with HIV are being put at risk as the country runs out of a drug given to people on antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) to fight infections.

Sarah Achieng Opendi, state minister for health, told the Guardian the country’s national medical stores were running out of the antibiotic Septrin, which is used to treat and fight conditions like flu, malaria, diarrhoea and tuberculosis.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 05:00:47 GMT
Untouchable no more: the Dalit bridegroom rejecting class prejudice | Amrit Dhillon

When a student from India’s lowest caste proposed to take his marriage procession past the homes of well-to-do Hindus, uproar ensued. Yet he is now poised for a significant victory

The dusty, nondescript road has long been a no-go area, on pain of death, for bridegrooms from the Dalit caste and their wedding processions.

In July, however, on a date yet to be fixed, Sanjay Kumar Jadav, 27, will lead his parade of male relatives – called the “baraat” – down the road in Nizampur village. The group will pass the houses of upper caste Hindus who fear they will be “tainted” by his passing, to where his fiancee Sheetal lives. There, the couple will be married.

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Wed, 23 May 2018 12:05:42 GMT
Trump escalates attacks on FBI as he fights back against Russia inquiry

President wields authority as weapon to discredit agency – but experts warn Trump’s tactics could backfire

Donald Trump has dramatically escalated his attacks on the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the US election, and his fightback against the Department of Justice reached a turning point this week with aspects of the inquiry itself now being investigated.

The president’s growing frustration with special counsel Robert Mueller’s inquiry now appears to be having an impact at high levels – as experts warned that Trump’s fresh offensive could backfire, and the former FBI director James Comey counter-punched.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 05:00:45 GMT
Ireland’s abortion referendum is revolutionary politics, whoever wins | Lizzie O’Shea

Women’s reproductive rights have been ill-served by top-down politics. The campaign to repeal the eighth should inspire us all

No matter what happens in Ireland’s abortion referendum on Friday, the campaign should serve as an inspiration. For too long, women in Ireland and elsewhere have paid the price for the notion that abortion is electoral poison and no good will come of politicians campaigning on it.

The eighth amendment to the Irish constitution, introduced in 1983 and valuing the life of the mother and foetus equally, in effect prohibited lawmakers from regulating abortion. This law has had insidious and devastating consequences. In 1992 women were given the right to travel abroad to obtain an abortion, and about 170,000 women have, usually to England, effectively sweeping the issue under the carpet. In 2012 the case of Savita Halappanavar brought the issue back home. Seventeen weeks pregnant, she went to hospital in pain and began to miscarry. She was denied an abortion and later died of septicaemia. Partly as a result of this tragic case, the sense grew that this law had generated a crisis in women’s health, but there was little appetite to take the necessary steps to achieve reform.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 04:00:44 GMT
Central African leaders turn to constitutional changes to cement power

Burundi president’s power grab is latest by a number of regional leaders to have raised term limits or bolstered their powers

Voters in Burundi have backed wide-ranging constitutional changes that will reinforce the power of the president, Pierre Nkurunziza, potentially allowing him to rule for up to 14 more years after his current term expires in 2020.

The measures were approved by 75% of voters, with 17% opposed, on a reported turnout of 98%.

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Tue, 22 May 2018 02:12:02 GMT
North Korea's nuclear test site: is blowing up Punggye-ri just for show?

North Korea has invited a handful of journalists to watch as it dismantles its only known nuclear test site, but experts warn the move is purely symbolic

This week North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will shut the nation’s only known nuclear test site ahead of an expected meeting with Donald Trump on 12 June. However, experts have warned that the move is more symbolic than practical. Here is all you need to know about the dismantling of Punggye-ri.

Related: Dismantling of North Korea nuclear site 'well under way', satellite images show

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Wed, 23 May 2018 12:28:33 GMT
My budget flight to get an abortion: the story no one in Ireland wants to tell – video

At 20 weeks pregnant, Siobhan Donohue knew her foetus wasn't going to survive, but the eighth amendment in Ireland's constitution meant getting an abortion was impossible. Before this week's historic referendum on whether to repeal the law, she describes a heartbreaking journey to UK to get a termination

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Wed, 23 May 2018 09:41:51 GMT
Timelapse captures 'blue' glow from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano – video

Hawaii’s Gemini observatory has recorded a night of eruptions on Mount Kilauea. The timelapse footage shows eruptions between 21 and 22 May, during which lava flowed into residential areas and poured into the ocean. The camera’s infrared filter has been removed, making the volcanic glow appear blue rather than red

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Wed, 23 May 2018 08:46:42 GMT
Meet the people fighting to keep Ireland's abortion ban – video

Many Irish people see the abortion referendum as a crossroads. Ireland could say yes and turn towards the liberal values of the EU, while a no vote would defend its Catholic conservatism. Phoebe Greenwood went to Limerick to meet voters who want to save the eighth amendment and ask where they think the referendum will leave Ireland’s national identity

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Wed, 23 May 2018 01:37:29 GMT
New York judge orders man to move out of parents' home – video

A judge has ordered a 30-year-old man in New York state to move out of his parents’ house. Michael Rotondo, who reportedly moved back home eight years ago, told the judge he was entitled to live with his family for another six months. The judge said this was 'outrageous' and ordered his eviction.


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Tue, 22 May 2018 17:49:12 GMT
Nine pollution protesters killed in India after police open fire – video report

Nine people have been killed in southern India after police opened fire on protesters who have been calling for the closure of a copper smelter in the port city of Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu state. Protesters, who have been demonstrating for more than three months, set vehicles on fire and threw stones at police, prompting them to open fire

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Tue, 22 May 2018 10:22:23 GMT
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Tue, 22 May 2018 04:14:16 GMT
Toxic clouds rise up as lava from Kilauea volcano hits sea – video

White clouds of gas billow into the sky over Hawaii as molten rock from the Kilauea volcano pours into the ocean. People have been warned to stay away from the fumes, which are laced with hydrochloric acid and fine glass particles that can irritate the skin and eyes and cause breathing problems.

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