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Shooter dead and two injured after Maryland high school shooting

Shooter dead and two injured after Maryland high school shooting

Shooting at Great Mills high school, 65 miles south of WashingtonSheriff says shooter died after he and officer firedA sheriff said the gunman who opened fire at a Maryland high school on Tuesday
French scoff at claim burgers are outselling classic ham baguettes

French scoff at claim burgers are outselling classic ham baguettes

Fans of jambon-beurre say its demise has been exaggerated despite hamburger sales of 1.4bnIt was lunchtime and outside the boulangerie just off Baron Haussmann’s celebrated Grands Boulevards in Paris,
Sudan the rhino is dead. But his sperm could save the species | Helen Pilcher

Sudan the rhino is dead. But his sperm could save the species | Helen Pilcher

With the death of the last male northern white rhino, conservationists must embrace the hi-tech methods that could save itOn Tuesday morning, I woke to the news that Sudan, the world’s last male
Malta corruption whistleblower hands herself in to police

Malta corruption whistleblower hands herself in to police

Maria Efimova surrenders in Greece after Malta and Cyprus issued European arrest warrantsA whistleblower at the centre of a corruption scandal surrounding Malta’s prime minister, Joseph Muscat, has
MPs summon Mark Zuckerberg, saying Facebook misled them

MPs summon Mark Zuckerberg, saying Facebook misled them

Facebook founder is called to give evidence after revelations over data use by Cambridge AnalyticaMPs have summoned Mark Zuckerberg to appear before a select committee investigating fake news and
ACTU to demand equal rights for casuals, gig economy and labour hire workers

ACTU to demand equal rights for casuals, gig economy and labour hire workers

Sally McManus says Australians stuck in casual employment due to being ‘given no other option’Gig economy and labour hire workers should get the same minimum conditions as employees including access
'I gave birth after my husband's death': the Syrians who wed foreign fighters | Hussein Akoush and Ellen Ioanes

'I gave birth after my husband's death': the Syrians who wed foreign fighters | Hussein Akoush and Ellen Ioanes

Non-Syrian jihadists can seem an attractive prospect to women desperate for security in a country torn by conflict, but such unions can prove devastating“I got married to a foreign fighter from the
Child abuse imagery found within bitcoin's blockchain

Child abuse imagery found within bitcoin's blockchain

Researchers discover illegal content within the distributed ledger, making possession of it potentially unlawful in many countriesGerman researchers have discovered unknown persons are using bitcoin’s
The Great Wave review – gripping mystery of North Korea kidnap scandal

The Great Wave review – gripping mystery of North Korea kidnap scandal

Dorfman, London Francis Turnly’s drama drills to the heart of the harsh politics and complex emotions surrounding a series of historic abductions of young Japanese peopleSometimes a play grips because
Belgian police examine claims Russian art show was full of fakes

Belgian police examine claims Russian art show was full of fakes

Homes raided after Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent cancels exhibition of avant garde worksHomes across Belgium have been raided by police investigating allegations that counterfeit Russian avant garde
K-pop stars to perform in North Korea for first time since 2005

K-pop stars to perform in North Korea for first time since 2005

South Korean artists will make four-day visit to Pyongyang as relations continue to improve South Korea has said it will send K-pop singers to perform in North Korea for the first time in more than a
Empty half the Earth of its humans. It's the only way to save the planet | Kim Stanley Robinson

Empty half the Earth of its humans. It's the only way to save the planet | Kim Stanley Robinson

There are now twice as many people as 50 years ago. But, as EO Wilson has argued, they can all survive – in citiesDiscussing cities is like talking about the knots in a net: they’re crucial, but
Norway justice minister quits to avert government collapse

Norway justice minister quits to avert government collapse

Sylvi Listhaug, who was poised to lose confidence vote over terrorism comment, complains of ‘witch-hunt’The Norwegian justice minister, Sylvi Listhaug, has resigned to avert a collapse of the
US primary elections: five races that could reshape the political landscape

US primary elections: five races that could reshape the political landscape

From a special election caused by a scandal to challenges from the progressive left, these are the races to watch in the coming months Spring is coming. This means the return of warm weather, flowers
Girl, two, dies after being pulled from car found in Welsh river

Girl, two, dies after being pulled from car found in Welsh river

Kiara Moore discovered in Mini that had been reported missing by her mother in Cardigan A two-year-old girl has died after a car reported missing by her mother with the child inside plunged into a
India confirms death of 39 men kidnapped by Isis in Iraq in 2014

India confirms death of 39 men kidnapped by Isis in Iraq in 2014

DNA tests on bodies in mass grave near Mosul show match to missing construction workersIndia says 39 of its citizens who were kidnapped by Islamic State in Iraq in 2014 have been confirmed dead after
Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over Gaddafi allegations

Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over Gaddafi allegations

French ex-president questioned over claims Libyan regime gave his election campaign €50mThe former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been taken into police custody to be questioned over allegations
Border patrol agent accused of shooting teen in Mexico to begin trial

Border patrol agent accused of shooting teen in Mexico to begin trial

Lonnie Swartz on trial for second-degree murder of José Antonio Elena Rodríguez, who was unarmed and on Mexico side of the borderA US border patrol agent accused of shooting across the border into
Shoestring expedition returns with wild photos of Sumatra

Shoestring expedition returns with wild photos of Sumatra

A shoestring expedition to one of the remotest places in Sumatra has returned with stunning photos of tigers, tapirs, clouded leopards among other rare species, large and small. Will they find
Last male northern white rhino is put down

Last male northern white rhino is put down

Hopes for species rest on IVF with two females after death of Sudan, the ‘gentle giant’The last male northern white rhinoceros has died, leaving only two females with which conservationists hope to