Alternative Media Sources

World news | The Guardian

Latest World news news, comment and analysis from the Guardian, the world's leading liberal voice
The Guardian
  1. AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

    Brother Angus leads tributes to guitarist with ‘enormous legacy’ who developed dementia about 10 years ago

    The AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young has died, aged 64, after living with dementia for about 10 years, the band announced.

    A statement on the band’s website said: “Today it is with deep heartfelt sadness that AC/DC has to announce the passing of Malcolm Young.

    Continue reading...
  2. US navy pilots grounded after drawing penis in the sky – video

    Members of an air crew, who used their warplane to in an ‘obscene’ stunt in the sky above the town of Okanogan, Washington, this week have been grounded, the US navy said

    Continue reading...
  3. Hundreds volunteer for Gaia Pope search in Dorset

    Father thanks community for turning out to help find 19-year-old who has been missing for 11 days

    Hundreds of volunteers have joined the search for the missing teenager Gaia Pope in Dorset.

    The 19-year-old has not been seen for 11 days and clothes belonging to the teenager were found on open land near cliffs south of the Dorset town on Thursday.

    Continue reading...
  4. Dispatch from Alabama: 'Roy Moore plays into the stereotypes the rest of the world has about us'

    Many Alabama Republicans remain loyal to the embattled Senate candidate – but others resent the way Moore’s behaviour reinforces the cliches about their state

    Two young boys in suits and ties, and two young girls in dresses, sang about the love of God. A woman turned to the person next to her and asked: “How can you look at these children and not believe?” On the back wall of the gym hung a huge stars and stripes; on the sides were two basketball hoops; and at the front a sign proclaimed: “GOD SAVE AMERICA.”

    Related: Opinions clash in Roy Moore's home town: 'There's a lot of rumors in small-town Alabama'

    Continue reading...
  5. The Resistance Now: activists plan to protest the Republican tax bill

    Indivisible, which has thousands of groups across America, is planning a ‘national day of action’ on the Senate’s first day back in session after recess

    Activists around the country from the progressive group Invisible are planning a “national day of action” later this month as a last-ditch effort to defeat a tax bill being considered in the Senate.

    Continue reading...
If you like the information I provide, please donate to help ensure this site and podcast will continue. Thank You!
This Week
This Month

Your IP:
Server Time: 2017-11-18 10:38:30