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Morning mail: Kamala Harris runs, Attenborough climate warning, Walgett suffers

Morning mail: Kamala Harris runs, Attenborough climate warning, Walgett suffers

Tuesday: California senator joins list of Democratic hopefuls for 2020. Plus: Indigenous community in despair at Walgett water crisisGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories
Greenland's ice melting faster than scientists previously thought – study

Greenland's ice melting faster than scientists previously thought – study

The pace of ice loss has increased four-fold since 2003 as enormous glaciers are depositing ever larger chunks of ice into the Atlantic ocean, where it melts, causing sea levels to riseGreenland’s ice
'Like finding a sneeze': fossil identified as 100m-year-old hagfish

'Like finding a sneeze': fossil identified as 100m-year-old hagfish

Discovery of slimy sea creature could help settle row over early evolution of vertebratesThe fossilised remains of a foot-long slimy sea creature dating from 100m years ago suggest that the last
Ecuador targets Venezuelan migrants after woman's death

Ecuador targets Venezuelan migrants after woman's death

Crackdown announced amid outrage over killing as Venezuelan man is heldEcuador has launched a crackdown on Venezuelan migrants after a pregnant Ecuadorian woman was killed on Saturday evening.The
Senator Kamala Harris announces 2020 presidential bid - video profile

Senator Kamala Harris announces 2020 presidential bid - video profile

The Democratic senator has officially launched her 2020 campaign, entering a crowded field of candidates vying to take on Donald Trump. Harris portrays herself as a fighter for justice and equality.
David Attenborough tells Davos: ‘The Garden of Eden is no more’

David Attenborough tells Davos: ‘The Garden of Eden is no more’

Human activity has created a new era yet climate change can be stopped, says naturalistSir David Attenborough has warned that “the Garden of Eden is no more”, as he urged political and business
The Guardian view on Brexit and Ireland: a danger to peace | Editorial

The Guardian view on Brexit and Ireland: a danger to peace | Editorial

Electoral contingency and political expediency cannot be allowed to break up BritainThe Derry bombing this weekend is a stark reminder of what is at stake in Northern Ireland with Brexit: decades of
Tesco, Mothercare and M&S use factory paying workers 35p an hour

Tesco, Mothercare and M&S use factory paying workers 35p an hour

Bangladeshi firm that made charity Spice Girls T-shirts also works with major UK retailersRevealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour Tesco, Marks & Spencer and
Why are wages so low for garment workers in Bangladesh?

Why are wages so low for garment workers in Bangladesh?

Country offers cheap labour and manufacturing expertise – with often limited oversight Revealed: Spice Girls T-shirts made in factory paying staff 35p an hour How can a charity-backed T-shirt come
Christian Dior in Paris: big-top showcase of technique and daring

Christian Dior in Paris: big-top showcase of technique and daring

Maria Grazia Chiuri continues to show there is more to Dior than the full-skirted ‘new look’In a striped circus tent in Paris, nine pairs of rope-muscled female acrobats twisted and braided around
David Schwimmer lookalike held after missing court hearing

David Schwimmer lookalike held after missing court hearing

Abdulah Husseini, a suspect in theft case that went viral online, arrested in LondonA suspected thief who resembles the Friends star David Schwimmer has been arrested after failing to appear in court
Venezuela claims it has foiled attempted military uprising

Venezuela claims it has foiled attempted military uprising

Government says 27 national guardsmen have been arrested and accuses ‘shadowy interests’ of launching insurrectionVenezuela’s government has claimed to have foiled what appeared to be an attempted
A day with the men about to make it across the US border – at any cost

A day with the men about to make it across the US border – at any cost

Central American migrants escaping poverty and violence in their hometowns find crossing legally is a slow and difficult processAt the age of 14, Jonathan Levit was given an order by the infamously
Former China envoys call on Xi Jinping to release two detained Canadians

Former China envoys call on Xi Jinping to release two detained Canadians

Open letter says the arrests mean diplomats are more cautious about work in ChinaMore than 140 former diplomats and leading China experts have called on Xi Jinping to release two Canadian citizens
Northern Ireland: masked men hijack two vehicles in Derry

Northern Ireland: masked men hijack two vehicles in Derry

Separate incidents cause security alerts and disruption two days after car bomb in cityMasked men have hijacked two vehicles in separate incidents in Derry in Northern Ireland, causing fresh security
National integrity commission needs undercover officers, says Queensland’s anti-corruption body

National integrity commission needs undercover officers, says Queensland’s anti-corruption body

Crime and Corruption Commission says proposed bill could compromise capacity to conduct investigationsThe national integrity commission should have powers to tap phones and use undercover officers to
Google fined record £44m by French data protection watchdog

Google fined record £44m by French data protection watchdog

CNIL found that company failed to offer users transparent information on data useThe French data protection watchdog CNIL has fined Google a record €50m (£44m) for failing to provide users with
May drops £65 fee for EU nationals seeking post-Brexit settled status

May drops £65 fee for EU nationals seeking post-Brexit settled status

Fee waiver one of six ‘lessons’ laid out in prime minister’s statement on Brexit plan BFollow the day’s political developments The government is to waive the planned fee for EU nationals living in the
Blood test could detect Alzheimer's more than 10 years earlier – study

Blood test could detect Alzheimer's more than 10 years earlier – study

Changes in levels of a protein might reveal onset of disease long before symptoms appearChanges in levels of a protein in the blood could help shed light on damage in the brain more than a decade
Zimbabwe high court orders government to restore full internet

Zimbabwe high court orders government to restore full internet

Blackout on social media apps continues after arrests, strikes and protests over fuel pricesZimbabwe’s high court has ordered the country’s government to restore the internet in full, ruling that the