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Israel must not be allowed to use Eurovision as a propaganda tool | Brian Eno

Israel must not be allowed to use Eurovision as a propaganda tool | Brian Eno

The song contest organisers should take a stand against the oppression of Palestinian artists and move their event from Tel AvivThose of us who make art and culture for a living thrive on free and
Firefighters worry they are being 'stitched up' by Grenfell inquiry

Firefighters worry they are being 'stitched up' by Grenfell inquiry

Fire service will get most public scrutiny as its actions are examined first, union saysFirefighters fear they are being “stitched up” in the Grenfell Tower inquiry because their role has already been
'I know what intolerance looks like': Ilhan Omar takes her turn in the spotlight

'I know what intolerance looks like': Ilhan Omar takes her turn in the spotlight

The Minnesota congresswoman faced fire over Israel and fury over her treatment of Trump official Elliott AbramsOpinion: Omar should be more radical about Israel, not lessIlhan Omar made history in
Burned out and overwhelmed: should you embrace the joy of no?

Burned out and overwhelmed: should you embrace the joy of no?

Once we were pressured to acquire things and do more with our lives. Now, we’re being told to declutter our homes and diaries. What happened to just being ourselves? What brings you joy? It is a
Indian soldiers die in Kashmir gun battle as tensions escalate

Indian soldiers die in Kashmir gun battle as tensions escalate

Indian soldiers and militants killed in hunt for perpetrators of paramilitary convoy attackFour Indian soldiers and two militants have been killed in clashes in disputed Kashmir as security personnel
Jacinda Ardern disputes reports of diplomatic tensions with China

Jacinda Ardern disputes reports of diplomatic tensions with China

New Zealand prime minister opens weekly media briefing with fact-check of reports on relations with BeijingNew Zealand’s prime minister has taken the unusual step of fact-checking reports about her
Credibility of Catholic church at stake in sexual abuse summit

Credibility of Catholic church at stake in sexual abuse summit

Vatican under pressure to show it is serious about dealing with crisis at Rome meetingMore than 100 senior Roman Catholic bishops from around the world will gather in Rome this week for a summit Pope
'I believe Putin': Trump dismissed US advice on North Korea threat, says McCabe

'I believe Putin': Trump dismissed US advice on North Korea threat, says McCabe

Former FBI chief says president believed Russian leader over US security agencies and ‘a crime may have been committed’ over Comey firingA former FBI acting director has alleged Donald Trump dismissed
US asked Japan to nominate Trump for Nobel peace prize – report

US asked Japan to nominate Trump for Nobel peace prize – report

US government said to have sounded out PM Shinzo Abe after Trump’s summit with Kim Jong-un last yearJapanese prime minister Shinzo Abe nominated Donald Trump for the Nobel peace prize late last year
Cuba's churches reject gay marriage before vote on new constitution

Cuba's churches reject gay marriage before vote on new constitution

Methodist bishop says ‘historic’ protest is first time since revolution that churches have agreed on a causeMore than 100 married couples dressed in their wedding clothes have gathered on the Malecón
Alec Baldwin tweets back as Donald Trump talks of 'retribution' for SNL

Alec Baldwin tweets back as Donald Trump talks of 'retribution' for SNL

Parody about ‘faking’ national emergency hits nerve while actor who plays him asks if his safety is threatenedDonald Trump has savaged Saturday Night Live as a “total Republican hit job” while calling
Australia's major political parties targeted by 'sophisticated state actor', PM says

Australia's major political parties targeted by 'sophisticated state actor', PM says

Scott Morrison says Liberals, Labor and Nationals affected by ‘malicious’ cyber activity Australia’s major political parties have been targeted by a “sophisticated state actor”, according to Scott
Fourth man charged with New Year’s Eve murder in London

Fourth man charged with New Year’s Eve murder in London

Nor Aden Hamada, 23, accused of stabbing bouncer Tudor Simionov at Park Lane event Detectives investigating the New Year’s Eve stabbing of the bouncer Tudor Simionov in central London have charged a
Facebook labelled 'digital gangsters' by report on fake news

Facebook labelled 'digital gangsters' by report on fake news

Company broke privacy and competition law and should be regulated urgently, say MPsFacebook deliberately broke privacy and competition law and should urgently be subject to statutory regulation,
Yemen and Houthi rebels agree to withdrawal deal

Yemen and Houthi rebels agree to withdrawal deal

UN hails pullback from Hodeidah as vital progress in ending four-year-long war Yemen’s government and Houthi rebels have agreed on the first phase of a withdrawal from the key city of Hodeidah, in a
Spanish warship orders Gibraltar boats to leave British waters

Spanish warship orders Gibraltar boats to leave British waters

Royal Navy sends boats after threat to commercial vessels anchored off UK territory A Spanish warship has ordered commercial vessels to leave British waters, Gibraltar’s government said.The warship’s
Plastics reach remote pristine environments, scientists say

Plastics reach remote pristine environments, scientists say

Birds’ eggs in High Arctic contain chemical additives used in plasticsScientists have warned about the impact of plastic pollution in the most pristine corners of the world after discovering chemical
Paladin won Manus contract after PNG changed its mind on services –as it happened

Paladin won Manus contract after PNG changed its mind on services –as it happened

The parliamentary week begins with Scott Morrison facing another test of his numbers on the floor of the House of Representatives. All the day’s events, liveFull report: Political parties targeted in
Aurora shooting: background check failures let gunman keep firearm

Aurora shooting: background check failures let gunman keep firearm

Second check found conviction involving stabbing of ex-girlfriend which led to loss of permit but gun was not handed to policeThe man who shot and killed five people and wounded six at an Illinois
Study blames YouTube for rise in number of Flat Earthers

Study blames YouTube for rise in number of Flat Earthers

Conspiracy theories shown on video-sharing site persuade people to doubt Earth is roundResearchers believe they have identified the prime driver for a startling rise in the number of people who think