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Partition, 70 years on: Salman Rushdie, Kamila Shamsie and other writers reflect

More than a million were killed and many millions more displaced by Indian partition. Authors consider its bloody legacy and the crises now…
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Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann review family murder, oil and the FBI

The Osage Indian nation in Oklahoma were the victims of racism but also the wealthiest people per capita in the world. Cue violenceDavid…
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My idea to improve the world: force everyone to try standup comedy | Jack Bernhardt

The benefits to society would be profound not least that people would learn the difference between a joke and a threat, says comedy…
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The day Lauren Bacall sat me down on her lap

Its the late 90s, Manahattan, Christmas time and Sweetpea Slight, a Lauren Bacall superfan, feels a tingle of magicWhen I was 14 my…
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Mohamed El Bachiri: Terrorists killed my wife: this is my jihad for love

Mohamed El Bachiris wife, Loubna, died in a suicide attack in Brussels last year. He talks to Emma Beddington about his manifesto for peace…
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Face-sitting protest outside parliament against new porn rules

Sex workers and campaigners gather to demonstrate opposition to changes to UK pornography regulationsSex workers and campaigners have gathered in front of parliament…
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The keg party’s over: why gross-out comedies are going down the pan

Will Ferrell, Seth Rogen and the rest ruled comedy for more than a decade. But everyones wisecracking now from Marvel heroes to current…
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Devil’s Bargain review: Steve Bannon and the making of President Joe Pesci

Donald Trump takes second billing careful, Steve in a propulsive tale of the Goodfellas election heist that stunned Republicans, America and the worldNo…
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Lacking Seoul? Why South Korea’s thriving capital is having an identity crisis

From the confusing new slogan I.Seoul.U to the viral sensation of Gangnam Style an inside joke about the citys success that was lost…
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Which is the greatest Jane Austen novel?

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen is one of the greatest English novelists. On the 200th anniversary of her death,…
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