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Fire, rocks and teargas fly in day of battle at university

Police threaten to use live rounds on rioters who use lethal weapons such as molotov cocktails against them

Fire, rocks and teargas fly in day of battle at university

Victory for nationalist ex-army general raises fears over rights and religious harmony

I didnt have sex with teenager, royal tells BBC

Duke of York claims alibi in interview on Jeffrey Epstein for Newsnight

I didnt have sex with teenager, royal tells BBC

Leaked documents reveal details of Chinas mass Xinjiang detentions

More than 400 pages leaked to New York Times by Chinese political insider document brutal crackdown on Muslim minority

Leaked documents reveal details of Chinas mass Xinjiang detentions

Scientists and climate advisers condemn Tory environmental record

Scientists and climate advisers condemn Tory environmental record

Samoa declares state of emergency over measles outbreak

Samoa declares state of emergency over measles outbreak

New president Alberto Fernndez vows to legalise abortion

New president Alberto Fernndez vows to legalise abortion

St Marks Square closed as high water threatens again

St Marks Square closed as high water threatens again

Supreme leader backs petrol price rises as protests spread

Supreme leader backs petrol price rises as protests spread

Gilets jaunes mark anniversary of first protest

Gilets jaunes mark anniversary of first protest

Interview was secured after six months of negotiations and royals team referred decision upwards

ONeill helped capture an era of cultural and social revolution in Britain. Here is a selection of some of his images of stars from film, music and fashion

Listening to white noise put my life back on track

Megan Nolan was searching for a way to switch off the stresses of modern life. Then she discovered white noise. Here, she charts how the flat frequencies helped her cope

Listening to white noise put my life back on track

What is journalism for? In todays world, here are four key purposes

Faced with huge competition from social media, here are things that, to me, remain worthwhile in a free society, says the Guardians readers editor

What is journalism for? In todays world, here are four key purposes

Six candidates out to topple the big names of UK politics

Six candidates out to topple the big names of UK politics

I love my son more than my daughter, but dont know why

I love my son more than my daughter, but dont know why

Marriage Story review Noah Baumbachs best film yet

Marriage Story review Noah Baumbachs best film yet

Prince Andrew showed what true power is: turning a blind eye to abuse

In his astonishingly stupid interview with Emily Maitlis, the Queens favourite son gave us mortals a window into a sordid world

Prince Andrew showed what true power is: turning a blind eye to abuse

Reporting is on trial in Trump coverage as Twitter mob savages errors

Newsrooms often lack a strategy to cope with the new world of instant social media outrage

Reporting is on trial in Trump coverage as Twitter mob savages errors

The Guardian view on political turbulence in Germany

The Guardian view on political turbulence in Germany

Brexit will make all the election spending promises hard to keep

Brexit will make all the election spending promises hard to keep

Will Stefanos Tsitsipas win the biggest title of his career? Tumaini Carayol has the latest

Verstappen wins Brazilian Grand Prix after late Vettel and Leclerc crash

Max Verstappen won the Brazilian Grand Prix as Ferraris Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc crashed out following a dramatic late finish

Verstappen wins Brazilian Grand Prix after late Vettel and Leclerc crash

Harry Winkss neat first-half strike was followed by three late goals from Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount to give England a 4-0 victory over Kosovo

Holders begin their defence with heavy defeat

Holders Saracens made a poor start to their Champions Cup defence, losing 30-10 to Racing in Paris

Club set to drop appeal against fine and points penalty

Club set to drop appeal against fine and points penalty

Holders begin their defence with heavy defeat

Keegan would buy fish and chips and drinks for our team

Keegan would buy fish and chips and drinks for our team

Sterling stays cool as Kosovo warmth puts his week in perspective

Sterling stays cool as Kosovo warmth puts his week in perspective

Rodgers and Lampard prove worth in battle for second place

Rodgers and Lampard prove worth in battle for second place

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Is it a coup or a return to democracy? Battle for countrys soul rages

With protests growing in La Paz, the future of the country Evo Morales reshaped is in doubt

Is it a coup or a return to democracy? Battle for countrys soul rages

Democratic candidates reject Obamas warning of going too far left

Im not tearing down the system, Bernie Sanders says in response to former presidents message

Buttigieg surges ahead of fellow candidates in Iowa

Buttigieg surges ahead of fellow candidates in Iowa

Democratic candidates reject Obamas warning of going too far left

Security figures had concerns about Sondlands role in Ukraine

Former security official Tim Morrison testifies about worries over conduct of US ambassador to EU

Security figures had concerns about Sondlands role in Ukraine

Londoner known for his pictures of Beatles, Stones, Bardot and Sean Connery had cancer

British government and army accused of cover-up

British government and army accused of cover-up

Row brewing over 1m sale of Drinker sculpture

Row brewing over 1m sale of Drinker sculpture

Cliff face challenge to rescue church paintings

Cliff face challenge to rescue church paintings

Ive kept Johnsons secrets now hes cast me aside like a one-night stand

Ive kept Johnsons secrets now hes cast me aside like a one-night stand

Trump has unscheduled two-hour medical checkup

Trump has unscheduled two-hour medical checkup

Olivia Colman struggles to rule over an increasingly strained brood and a fractured nation as Netflixs regal epic resumes. One is not amused, but youll be hooked

The New Zealander can be an unnerving presence. Shes also one of the most original songwriters around. She talks about Meatloaf, Apocalypse Now and why her generation is so frightened

Naomie Harris is one of Hollywoods most un-actory celebrities. Here she talks to Aaron Hicklin about Oxfam partywear, the Windrush scandal and bringing 007 up to date

The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante review a rebel rich girl comes of age

The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante review a rebel rich girl comes of age

Anthems, girl power and redemption: how Frozen ticked all the right boxes

Anthems, girl power and redemption: how Frozen ticked all the right boxes

Festive sandwiches, bath bombs and other seasonal traditions

Its not only the frosty mornings and dark nights that let you know winter is here. Theres also the cranberry sandwiches, cheery cups and frothing baths, says Eva Wiseman

Festive sandwiches, bath bombs and other seasonal traditions

Mushroom and dill tart and chocolate chip Bundt cake recipes

Bake a tart and a swirl of cakes and warm up your home this winter, says Nigel Slater

Mushroom and dill tart and chocolate chip Bundt cake recipes

I probably havent made my own bed for 10 years

I probably havent made my own bed for 10 years

The woman who cares for animals
 at the end of their lives

On the frontline of a global battle to tackle the climate crisis

A diverse band of river communities, activists and academics are meeting in the heart of the rainforest to fight for the planets future

On the frontline of a global battle to tackle the climate crisis

The teens pushing for flavoured e-cigarettes ban

The Massachusetts state house passed a bill banning the products with an unlikely pressure group: suburban Boston teens outraged at the health damage

The teens pushing for flavoured e-cigarettes ban

Pacific seals at risk as Arctic ice melt lets deadly disease spread from Atlantic

Study finds seal and sea otter populations in Alaska hit by killer infection that migrated from North Atlantic

Pacific seals at risk as Arctic ice melt lets deadly disease spread from Atlantic

How the left-leaning son of jailed radicals became San Franciscos new top cop

How the left-leaning son of jailed radicals became San Franciscos new top cop

Velvet Revolution dissidents warn against new threats to Czech freedom

Velvet Revolution dissidents warn against new threats to Czech freedom

The nuclear bunker for sale in the Arizona desert

The nuclear bunker for sale in the Arizona desert

Have you experienced homelessness and now living in your own home?

If youve experienced homelessness but are now living in your own home or have managed to change your circumstances, wed like to hear from you

Have you experienced homelessness and now living in your own home?

Were highlighting the best reader photography in print in the letters pages of the Guardian. Share your images with us here

Have you experienced sexual difficulties after treatment?

We want to hear from women who have or have had breast cancer and are suffering from sexual problems.

Have you experienced sexual difficulties after treatment?

We want you to help us report on whats happening across the UK during the election campaign. Heres how you can take part

My hand was hanging from my wrist: protesters mutilated by police weapons

Bringing Americas largest slave revolt back to life

Boris Johnson confronted in Doncaster over floods

Storm nudges 100-year-old barge closer to Niagara Falls

Parliament pays tribute as tearful speaker chairs last PMQs

Were quitting, so why is big tobacco booming?

The Guardians picture editors select highlights from around the world

Thirty years ago, Czech photographer Bohumil Eichler was working for a dissident student-run news agency when the Velvet Revolution began. His work from Prague has rarely been seen, until now.

The loneliness of the long-distance traveller, captured by photographer Harry Gruyaert

A new exhibition of rarely seen art depicts life in the USSR during the cold war

The best photography in news, culture and sport

Bushfires in New South Wales, protests in Chile and Iraq, escalating violence in Hong Kong and floods in Venice the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week

The best photography in news, culture and sport

Chilean singer Mon Laferte exposes breasts at Latin Grammys to back protesters

Chilean singer Mon Laferte exposes breasts at Latin Grammys to back protesters

Rocks and teargas fly and fires rage in Hong Kong university battle

Rocks and teargas fly and fires rage in Hong Kong university battle

Show no mercy: leaked documents reveal details of Chinas Xinjiang detentions

Show no mercy: leaked documents reveal details of Chinas Xinjiang detentions

Venice closes St Marks Square as floods hit for third time in week

Venice closes St Marks Square as floods hit for third time in week

Czechoslovakias Velvet Revolution, 1989 – in pictures

Czechoslovakias Velvet Revolution, 1989 – in pictures

I will not repent: Andrew Hastie refuses to back down on China

I will not repent: Andrew Hastie refuses to back down on China

Samoa declares state of emergency over deadly measles epidemic

Samoa declares state of emergency over deadly measles epidemic

Gotabaya Rajapaksa elected president of Sri Lanka

Gotabaya Rajapaksa elected president of Sri Lanka

Iran supreme leader backs petrol price rises as protests spread

Iran supreme leader backs petrol price rises as protests spread

Cliff face challenge to rescue Ethiopian church paintings

Cliff face challenge to rescue Ethiopian church paintings