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Barnaby Joyce controversy needs swift resolution, Warren Truss says

Barnaby Joyce controversy needs swift resolution, Warren Truss says

Reports emerge that delegation of Nationals will ask deputy prime minister to stand asideThe former Nationals leader Warren Truss says the Barnaby Joyce furore needs to be resolved “constructively and
Man in his 40s shot dead in north London

Man in his 40s shot dead in north London

Victim pronounced dead at scene in residential area of Barnet just after midnightDetectives are investigating after a man in his 40s was shot dead at a row of shops in a residential part of north
Confidante of deposed South Korea leader jailed for 20 years

Confidante of deposed South Korea leader jailed for 20 years

Choi Soon-sil, a friend of Park Geun-hye, found guilty of abuse of power, bribery and state meddlingThe former confidante of South Korea’s ousted president Park Geun-hye has been sentenced to 20 years
Brexit weekly briefing: new demands threaten transition, says Barnier

Brexit weekly briefing: new demands threaten transition, says Barnier

Both sides’ negotiators fall out over ‘unacceptable’ UK positions, while cabinet remains dividedWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing. If you would like to receive it as a weekly email,
Oxfam scandal must force aid sector to finally address its own power

Oxfam scandal must force aid sector to finally address its own power

If Oxfam responds by listening to its critics it could restore faith in a sector that was damaged long before the latest allegationsOh Oxfam. I love you. And I hate you. I love that you were a pioneer
Arms shipment to Bosnian Serbs stokes EU fears

Arms shipment to Bosnian Serbs stokes EU fears

Purchase of 2,500 automatic rifles raises concerns about Russia’s influence in regionThe purchase of thousands of new guns by the Bosnian Serb police has raised concerns over the intentions of the
Nick Xenophon Team's Senate bloc reduced to two after high court ruling

Nick Xenophon Team's Senate bloc reduced to two after high court ruling

NXT loses senator after court rules Skye Kakoschke-Moore cannot reclaim seat Nick Xenophon’s parliamentary clout has taken a serious hit with the high court ruling out former colleague Skye
Commonwealth group to meet amid reports it will discuss Queen's successor

Commonwealth group to meet amid reports it will discuss Queen's successor

Group led by former president of Kiribati to meet in London with the BBC saying planning for succession after Queen’s death on agenda A “high-level” group of Commonwealth leaders are meeting to review
Not the end of The World: the return of Dubai's ultimate folly

Not the end of The World: the return of Dubai's ultimate folly

Underwater bedrooms, ‘Lohan Island’ and snow all year round – a decade after it was scuppered by the financial crash, the fantasy archipelago of 300 artificial ‘countries’ is back in business. Has
Unicef admits failings with child victims of alleged sex abuse by peacekeepers

Unicef admits failings with child victims of alleged sex abuse by peacekeepers

Investigation found the children were homeless and out of school in Central African Republic despite UN assurances it would protect themThe UN’s children’s agency has admitted shortcomings in its
Vatican agreement with China could 'deal blow' to Catholic church

Vatican agreement with China could 'deal blow' to Catholic church

Open letter opposes recognition of Chinese government-appointed bishops by the VaticanThe Catholic church risks damaging its moral authority and plunging its followers into confusion if the Vatican
Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte orders soldiers to shoot female rebels 'in the vagina'

Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte orders soldiers to shoot female rebels 'in the vagina'

President branded a misogynist and macho-fascist after saying mutilating women fighters would make them “useless” President Rodrigo Duterte has been branded a misogynist and “macho-fascist” after he
Britain to sail warship through disputed South China Sea

Britain to sail warship through disputed South China Sea

Defence secretary Gavin Williamson said HMS Sutherland, an anti-submarine frigate, would next month assert freedom of navigation rightsA British warship will sail from Australia through the disputed
Love in a cold climate? Kim Jong-un praises 'sincere, impressive' South Korea

Love in a cold climate? Kim Jong-un praises 'sincere, impressive' South Korea

North Korean leader expresses ‘satisfaction’ over visit by his sister and other officials to the Winter Games amid warming of relationsNorth Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, has praised the “warm climate
Graffiti artists awarded $6.7m in lawsuit after renowned work torn down

Graffiti artists awarded $6.7m in lawsuit after renowned work torn down

Twenty-one artists sued the owner of 5Pointz, a New York site that was an international graffiti mecca beginning in the 1990sA New York judge has awarded $6.7m to graffiti artists who sued after their
Home Office unveils AI program to tackle Isis online propaganda

Home Office unveils AI program to tackle Isis online propaganda

Tool can detect 94% of Isis propaganda with a 99.99% success rate in testsAn artificial intelligence program that can detect Islamic State propaganda online with a 94% success rate has been developed,
Building at Sydney's Circular Quay engulfed in flames – video

Building at Sydney's Circular Quay engulfed in flames – video

A 10-storey building near Sydney’s Circular Quay has been engulfed in flames, sending plumes of black smoke into the sky as fire crews battle the blaze. A sheet of scaffolding on the site of the old
Two Baltimore detectives convicted of racketeering and robbery

Two Baltimore detectives convicted of racketeering and robbery

The trial is part of a federal investigation into corruption among rogue members of the city’s beleaguered police forceTwo Baltimore police detectives were convicted of racketeering and robbery Monday
Presidential portraits: from Washington to Obama – in pictures

Presidential portraits: from Washington to Obama – in pictures

Barack and Michelle Obama unveiled their official portraits at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington on Monday. Painted by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald respectively, they are the
Queensland police accused of spear-tackling Indigenous man before death in custody

Queensland police accused of spear-tackling Indigenous man before death in custody

Lawyer of Trevor King’s family says officers were told the 39-year-old had a heart condition when they were called out because he was talking of suicideNorth Queensland police have been accused of