Judge describes former youth football coach as ‘devil incarnate’ for child sexual abuse
While we debate whether the durian is the best or worst food on the planet, it turns out this wonderful oddity requires healthy populations of flying fox for survival.
Single-take film shot in real time draws praise from survivors of 2011 attack as it premieres at Berlin festival
President’s son Teodorin Obiang given suspended sentence for embezzlement and money laundering
Rights group says site of massacre in Rakhine state is being flattened on government orders after exposés of two other mass graves
The comic, singer and actor, performing in the UK for the first time in seven years, answered your questions
Less than a month after what seemed a deeply underwhelming appointment, it has begun to seem a brighter future is possible
Secret service teams clashed in November when Chinese agents tried to stop case carrying US nuclear codes from entering Beijing’s Great Hall of the People
He played rugby for England and cricket for South Africa but his work in law and politics in South Africa was also a true reflection of the man who died in January aged 89
The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world, including Chinese New Year celebrations and jungle survival training in Thailand
Ten years since Kosovo declared independence from Serbia, Pristina struggles with corruption and pollution – but the youngest capital in Europe is full of fresh energy
The Black Eyed Peas singer’s interpretation of the Star-Spangled Banner was greeted with bemusement around American on Sunday night
At recent Games there have been a series of wardrobe woes and costume mishaps … with the French ice dancer being just the latest
Even public toilets are going digital in one of the world’s most cashless society
The Suffolk town’s beauty apparently saved Andrew Lloyd Webber from thoughts of suicide. What makes it so special?