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Baftas 2016: Rebel Wilson's deadpan speech

Rebel Wilson, the Australian actor famed for her roles in Pitch Perfect and Bridesmaids, has poked fun at the diversity controversies dominating this year's ...

French army band medleys Daft Punk following Bastille Day parade

A French army marching band medleys Daft Punk at the end of the Bastille Day parade on Friday. Donald Trump looks somewhat bemused as they perform Get ...

Holocaust survivor, 102, meets nephew after thinking all family died in war

Eliahu Pietruszka escaped from Poland at the beginning of the second world war thinking his entire family had perished. But two weeks ago he discovered that a ...

Obama on masculinity: 'You don't need eight women around you twerking'

Barack Obama offered some advice on self-confidence to young men at an event hosted by his foundation in Oakland, California, on Tuesday. When asked by a ...

Larry Nassar: victim's father attempts attack in court

The disgraced former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar had his sentence hearing interrupted as one of the victim's parents attempted to attack him. Randall ...

'That sticker is not mine': John Bercow forthright about wife's anti-Brexit sticker

During PMQs the Speaker is asked by the Conservative Adam Holloway about a sticker 'in your car' with 'derogatory comments about Brexit'. Bercow interrupts ...

'He shot through my door': survivors recount Florida high school shooting

Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida, describe their horror after a former student roamed the corridors shooting into ...

'Order!' Why Europeans are turning to John Bercow for light relief in Brexit chaos

The thunderous pronouncements of the Speaker of the House of Commons have become the subject of numerous profiles in European newspapers and a fair ...

Speaker says May cannot have vote on same Brexit deal

In a surprise statement to MPs, John Bercow says government cannot bring meaningful vote back to parliament again unless substantial changes have been ...

Rutger Bregman tells Davos to talk about tax: 'This is not rocket science'

On his first visit to Davos, Rutger Bregman dismisses 'stupid philanthropy schemes', saying the real issue that needs tackling is tax avoidance. 'We can invite ...

Off the map: New Zealand tourism ad takes on 'conspiracy'

In a new ad from New Zealand Tourism, comic Rhys Darby calls on New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern for help solving the 'next great conspiracy' ...

Congressman blasts Trump official with air-horn in committee hearing

Joe Cunningham intervened in a House committee hearing on the environmental impact of seismic air-gun testing. The Democrat reached for the 120-decibel ...

Barack Obama's final speech as president – video highlights

The US president makes his final speech before leaving office, addressing crowds of supporters in Chicago on Tuesday night. Subscribe to Guardian Wires ...

Judge tells Larry Nassar 'I just signed your death warrant'

Judge Rosemarie Aquilina tells the disgraced Michigan sports doctor Larry Nassar that she does not think that he should ever leave jail and does not believe he ...

Students perform haka to pay tribute to classmates killed in Christchurch

Students from various schools paid tribute to two of their peers who died in the Christchurch shooting by performing a haka, a ceremonial Maori dance to mourn ...

Solli Raphael, 12, becomes youngest winner of Australian Poetry Slam

Poet Solli Raphael from Coffs Harbour in New South Wales delivers an encore performance at the Australian Poetry Slam national final to a full house at the ...

'I can think of nothing more American': Beto O’Rourke responds to question on NFL protests

The Democratic nominee in the 2018 Texas Senate race, Beto O'Rourke, responds to a veteran's question about whether NFL players should kneel during the ...

The scandal that could bring down Justin Trudeau

Canada's prime minister is facing calls to resign over the biggest political scandal of his administration. It centres on claims by his former attorney general ...

Polar vortex: -46C temperatures as Chicago River turns to ice

A blast of Arctic air from the polar vortex has meant temperatures (with wind chill) are set to drop to as low as -46C (-50F) in Chicago. Cities in the midwest ...

Prince Charles walks Meghan Markle down aisle to marry Prince Harry

Meghan Markle walks up the historic nave of St George's Chapel, Windsor, accompanied by 10 bridesmaids and pageboys. Only once she reaches the quire ...

North and South Korean leaders shake hands at the border

In a historic moment, Kim Jong-un and the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, come face to face at the demilitarised zone Subscribe to Guardian News ...

Kim Jong-un's new year message

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, has said his resolve for complete denuclearisation remains unchanged but he may have to seek a 'new path' if the ...

A look back at Albert Finney's most memorable performances

Albert Finney, who forged his reputation as one of the leading actors of Britain's early 60s new wave cinema, has died aged 82 after a short illness, his family ...

Tsunami floods into Indonesian city in terrifying new footage

New footage shows people running away as a devastating tsunami struck Indonesia's coastal city of Palu. About 5000 people are still missing or feared dead.

Good Morning Britain weatherman explains why he interrupted knife crime debate

During a Good Morning Britain debate on knife crime on Tuesday, Alex Beresford made an off-camera interjection as the Police Federation chair, John Apter, ...

'Ice tsunami' on Lake Erie after strong winds

High winds have blasted much of northern New York state, cutting power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses, closing schools and pushing ...

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

Antoine lost his hand during a gilets ​jaunes (yellow vest) protest in Bordeaux. On the same day Patrice lost the sight in his right eye in Paris. They share their ...

Five key moments from Mark Zuckerberg's testimony

Facebook's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, faced 44 senators as part of a rare joint committee hearing to address how his company handles user privacy and ...

David Attenborough warns Davos summit "'the Garden of Eden is no more'

Broadcaster David Attenborough challenged business leaders at the World Economic Forum to "move beyond guilt and blame" and focus on the practicalities of ...

Can you do the invisible box challenge?

Forget planking, cinnamon eating, ice-bucket pouring, mannequin standing and bottle flipping: December 2017 is all about pretending to step on to an invisible ...

Barack Obama to Republicans: Good luck with Vladimir Putin, you can't handle CNBC

Barack Obama roasts the Republican party during an encore performance at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in New York. Subscribe to Guardian ...

Kanye West rants about Beyoncé, Hillary Clinton and Mark Zuckerberg

Kanye West rants about Beyoncé, Jay Z, Hillary Clinton, 'the press' and Mark Zuckerberg before cutting his concert short in Sacramento, California. The rapper ...

Nun condemns Catholic church over clerical abuse: 'Why did we keep silent for so long?'

A Nigerian nun uses her speech to the Vatican's summit on clerical sexual abuse to condemn the church's hierarchy for its 'mediocrity, hypocrisy and ...

Trump asks Ben Carson to say prayer before cabinet meeting

Donald Trump asks Ben Carson, secretary of housing and urban development, to say a prayer ahead of his cabinet meeting, telling reporters to stay and listen ...

Australia's leadership battles: A brief and bloody history

A new era of political history has cemented itself in Canberra. The tactic of spilling, swapping and switching party leaders has become the norm on both side of ...

The villagers who DIYed some of the fastest internet in the UK

Frustrated with snail-like internet speeds, the residents of Michaelston-y-Fedw banded together and dug 15 miles of trenches to lay their own superfast ...

Cosmology's brightest star Stephen Hawking dies aged 76

Stephen Hawking, the brightest star in the firmament of science, whose insights shaped modern cosmology and inspired global audiences in the millions, has ...

'A victory for humanity': Behrouz Boochani's literary prize speech in full

Asylum seeker Behrouz Boochani has accepted the $125000 Victorian premier's literary prize via video link from Manus Island where he has been held for six ...

Listen to Big Ben's bongs sound for last time before they fall silent

have sounded for the final time before a four-year period of restoration work begins on the Elizabeth Tower. authorities said workers would not be able to work ...

The key moments from George HW Bush's funeral

From the emotional speech of George W Bush to the painful tensions between Clinton and Trump - here are the key moments from the funeral of US former ...

'Put it back!': Labour MP grabs the mace during parliament

The extraordinary moment Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle picks up the mace and walks it over the line during proceedings in the House of Commons.

'We must never let the NHS free from our grasp': Harry Leslie Smith's powerful 2014 speech

Harry Leslie Smith, the political commentator and defender of social democracy, has died aged 95. In 2014, the activist for the poor spoke at the Labour party ...

Terrifying moment of Brazil dam collapse caught on camera

A video aired on Brazilian media shows the exact moment a dam burst in Brazil on 25 January. The dam break at an iron ore mining complex operated by the ...

'I’m going to do things in a different way’: Jeremy Corbyn opens PMQs – video

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R Kelly denies sexual abuse in first interview since criminal charges

R Kelly tearfully denies allegations that he has sexually, emotionally and physically abused women and girls for decades in an exclusive interview with CBS ...

New Zealand parliament pays tribute to Christchurch victims

MPs in New Zealand's parliament have paid tribute to the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks this afternoon, opening the day's session with a Muslim prayer ...

Trump environment nominee struggles to answer basic climate questions

Kathleen Hartnett White struggles to answer basic questions posed by the Senate committee on environment and public works on Thursday. Hartnett White ...

Key moments from Michael Cohen's explosive testimony

From his business dealings with Russia to illegal hush money for adult film star Stormy Daniels – watch the highlights from former Trump lawyer Michael ...

'I want you to panic': 16-year-old issues climate warning at Davos

Greta Thunberg, a Swedish climate activist, has told world leaders: 'I don't want you to be hopeful, I want you to panic. I want you to feel the fear I feel every day ...

Donald Trump and Obama have ‘excellent conversation’ at White House

President Barack Obama met with president-elect Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday, saying they had an 'excellent' and 'wide-ranging' ...