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  • 'Everything is gone': satellite images in Myanmar show dozens of Rohingya villages bulldozed February 24, 2018
    Government says it is rebuilding area in Rakhine state but persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority say their culture is being erasedMyanmar’s government is using bulldozers to erase dozens of villages in Rakhine state in a vast operation that rights groups say is destroying evidence of mass atrocities against the ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority.Satellite images released by […]
    Associated Press
  • Oprah Winfrey 'definitely' rules out 2020 run for US president February 24, 2018
    Winfrey tells Jimmy Kimmel it is ‘a humbling thing to have people think you can run the country’Oprah Winfrey put to rest any lingering questions about a potential 2020 bid for the presidency, declaring on a late-night talk show that she was “definitely not running”. The media mogul, appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, was emphatic […]
  • More than 1 in 10 French women raped, study reports February 24, 2018
    Half the victims were children or teens at time of attack, which took place at home in 42% of casesMore than one in ten French women have been raped at least once, according to a study on sexual violence published on Friday as the global abuse scandal widens.Twelve percent of the 2,167 women polled by […]
    Agence France-Presse
  • Lost luggage: Degas painting stolen nine years ago is found on bus February 24, 2018
    1877 painting Les Choristes was stolen nine years ago from a museum in MarseilleFrench customs police have found a painting by 19th century master Edgar Degas that was stolen nine years ago from a museum in Marseille in the luggage compartment of a bus near Paris, the government said on Friday. Degas’ 1877 painting Les […]
  • Barnaby Joyce made the right decision, says Malcolm Turnbull February 24, 2018
    Prime minister gets caught in White House lockdown after a woman crashes her car into a security barrierThe Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, says he is looking forward to working with the new leader of the National party after the resignation of Barnaby Joyce.Speaking to reporters in Washington DC on Friday (early Saturday AEDT) just […]
    Guardian staff and agencies
  • Dismayed to discover a bear behind at the Baftas February 24, 2018
    This week I pondered awards shows, curling, fashion, antidepressants and ‘managed ambitious divergence’MondayI’ve never seen the attraction of awards events on TV. Especially when there is a new episode of Endeavour and a new series of Homeland starting on the other channels at the same time. So it wasn’t hard for me to give the […]
    John Crace
  • Facebook sees backlash after demoing VR shooter game at conservative event February 23, 2018
    In light of the Florida massacre, the company expresses ‘regret’ over its decision to bring the game to CPACFacebook is facing backlash for bringing a virtual reality shooting game to a rightwing conference where the National Rifle Association (NRA) has promoted gun rights in the wake of a Florida school shooting. The social media company, […]
    Sam Levin in San Francisco
  • Revived Tiger Woods insists he can win from four shots back at Honda Classic February 23, 2018
    • Former world No 1 makes the cut in Florida despite late wobble• Luke List and Jamie Lovemark share lead at three under parFor Tiger Woods to remain part of the Honda Classic equation after the cut is notable enough. For the 14-times major champion to be in the top 10, as he was for […]
    Ewan Murray at PGA National
  • Risky relationships: why women are more likely to die of a broken heart February 23, 2018
    In her new book, heart surgeon Dr Nikki Stamp explores how modern medicine is only beginning to understand the connection between body and emotionTakotsubo cardiomyopathy – commonly known as broken heart syndrome – is rare but real. As a heart and lung surgeon, Dr Nikki Stamp has seen a few cases herself, and the phenomenon […]
    Bri Lee
  • Post-colonial talk back: seeing London in the South Seas February 23, 2018
    Despite the problematic relationship between Pacific Islanders and the British empire, New Zealand’s poet laureate saw a meeting with the queen as an opportunity for connection She has the most recognisable face in contemporary Western history and she’s almost within my reach. The longest-reigning British monarch and I share a few things: we are both […]
    Selina Tusitala Marsh

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