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After losing key vote on offshore migrant camps, Australian government plays its Trump card

After losing key vote on offshore migrant camps, Australian government plays its Trump card

The opposition voted on Tuesday to grant asylum seekers easier transfers off two controversial offshore migrant camps. So the government reopened another island camp.
Trump shields the Saudi crown prince

Trump shields the Saudi crown prince

The White House brazenly ignored a Congressional deadline to account for the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

Why a criminal case in Canada is roiling Justin Trudeau’s government

Jody Wilson-Raybould, who was Canada’s first indigenous attorney general, said in a letter that she was resigning “with a heavy heart.”
For Valentine’sss Day, this zoo says it has just the right snake for your venomous ex

For Valentine’sss Day, this zoo says it has just the right snake for your venomous ex

In a competition that a Sydney zoo calls "light hearted," people can suggest a name and donate to wildlife conservation.
‘Vote for humanity’: Australian Parliament begins dismantling hard-line offshore policy for asylum seekers

‘Vote for humanity’: Australian Parliament begins dismantling hard-line offshore policy for asylum seekers

The bill would make it easier for asylum seekers to get transferred to Australia on medical grounds.

Pompeo begins a divisive march through Europe

The secretary of state is on a tour of illiberal states in Central Europe.
‘Africa hangs in the balance’: Bill Gates on why the continent is so important

‘Africa hangs in the balance’: Bill Gates on why the continent is so important

The billionaire philanthropist argues that with Africa's high birth rate, the continent represents the world's future and needs to be helped.
Why much of the world now feels more threatened by the U.S. than by China or Russia

Why much of the world now feels more threatened by the U.S. than by China or Russia

The percentage of people who consider U.S. power and influence a threat has almost doubled within just half a decade.
40 years later, the many legacies of Iran’s revolution

40 years later, the many legacies of Iran’s revolution

The events of 1979 are still being fought over four decades on.
Australia abandoned hundreds of asylum seekers. Now it’s rallying behind one refugee.

Australia abandoned hundreds of asylum seekers. Now it’s rallying behind one refugee.

Australia has long been criticized for its offshore processing camps but is now demanding that Thailand release a Melbourne-based refugee.

Young girls’ trauma leads Sierra Leone to declare a national emergency over rape

The president said this week that treatment for victims of sexual violence will be free of charge.

What happens when you criticize the royal family in Thailand

Under Thailand’s strict lèse-majesté laws, criticizing the royal family is illegal.
Iran’s supreme leader says ‘Death to America’ actually means to Trump, Bolton and Pompeo

Iran’s supreme leader says ‘Death to America’ actually means to Trump, Bolton and Pompeo

The Islamic Republic’s supreme leader said his dispute is with the U.S. president and a couple of his top Cabinet members.
The U.S. says Maduro is blocking aid to starving people. The Venezuelan says his people aren’t beggars.

The U.S. says Maduro is blocking aid to starving people. The Venezuelan says his people aren’t beggars.

As humanitarian aid sits stuck in Colombia, a war of words has broken out between Maduro and the United States.
A global wave of measles cases fed by conspiracies and misinformation has health officials worried

A global wave of measles cases fed by conspiracies and misinformation has health officials worried

There were 15 times more measles cases in Europe last year than there were in 2016, according to WHO data released Thursday.
France and Italy’s feud is a sign of battles to come

France and Italy’s feud is a sign of battles to come

The withdrawal of France's ambassador to Italy marks a worrying breakdown in relations.