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Australian PM clings on after hardliner's leadership challenge

Australian PM clings on after hardliner's leadership challenge

Malcolm Turnbull sees off attempted coup by his home affairs minister but could face another vote on his premiership in daysAustralia’s embattled prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has survived a
Asia Argento: police investigate sexual assault claim against actor

Asia Argento: police investigate sexual assault claim against actor

Authorities will speak to Jimmy Bennett after learning no police report was filed at time of alleged 2013 assault Police are looking into sexual assault allegations by a young actor against Italian
Critically ill refugee child flown from Nauru to Australia with family

Critically ill refugee child flown from Nauru to Australia with family

Exclusive: Experts denounce Australian Border Force’s ‘inhumane and unnecessary’ delays in transfer of 12-year-old boy, who has refused food for more than 20 daysA 12-year-old refugee on Nauru who has
The inescapable weight of my $100,000 student debt

The inescapable weight of my $100,000 student debt

MH Miller left university with a journal full of musings on Virginia Woolf and a vast financial burden. He is one of 44 million US graduates struggling to repay a total of $1.4tn. Were they right to
Taiwan vows to stand up to China after El Salvador cuts ties

Taiwan vows to stand up to China after El Salvador cuts ties

Just 17 countries recognise Taiwan after El Salvador switches allegiance to BeijingThe president of Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen, has vowed to fight against Chinese pressure after the island lost the
Use of 'killer robots' in wars would breach law, say campaigners

Use of 'killer robots' in wars would breach law, say campaigners

Calls grow for ban on fully autonomous weapons, following NGO coalition report The use of fully autonomous weapons in a theatre of war would breach international law, campaigners and experts say, as
Trio shot at while surfing at remote 'invitation-only' New Zealand beach

Trio shot at while surfing at remote 'invitation-only' New Zealand beach

Teenager and two adults targeted after travelling to spot known as a place fiercely guarded by local residentsA child and two men have been shot at while surfing off a remote New Zealand beach in an
North Carolina: protesters pull down Confederate statue at university

North Carolina: protesters pull down Confederate statue at university

Controversial ‘Silent Sam’, criticized as symbol of racism, falls after hundreds gathered at UNC Chapel HillPolice are investigating after the controversial “Silent Sam” Confederate statue on the
Rohingya turn to blockchain to solve identity crisis

Rohingya turn to blockchain to solve identity crisis

The same technology that supports Bitcoin functions as a decentralised, transparent, and secure way to store vital personal informationRohingya refugees are turning to blockchain-type technology to
Laos dam collapse: work continues on huge projects despite promised halt

Laos dam collapse: work continues on huge projects despite promised halt

Consultation for the Pak Lay dam in Xayaburi province has begun, despite PM calling off all work after disasterWork on two of the biggest dams on the Mekong River in Laos is still going ahead, despite
Standoff in Italian port as Salvini refuses to let refugees disembark

Standoff in Italian port as Salvini refuses to let refugees disembark

Interior minister wants EU states to take 177 refugees and migrants from ship An Italian coastguard ship with 177 people on board remains docked in Catania, with Italy’s far-right interior minister,
Melania decries 'destructive' social media amid Trump Twitter attacks

Melania decries 'destructive' social media amid Trump Twitter attacks

US first lady speaks on pitfalls of social media, while her husband uses it to attack former CIA head John BrennanMelania Trump has issued a warning over the destructive power of social media on the
Jacinda Ardern freezes New Zealand MPs' pay to tackle rich-poor divide

Jacinda Ardern freezes New Zealand MPs' pay to tackle rich-poor divide

PM takes action against backdrop of some of the biggest strikes in a generation by public-sector workers Jacinda Ardern has frozen the salaries of New Zealand’s MPs, saying the pay rises were out of
More ministers offer to resign in wake of failed challenge to Turnbull – politics live

More ministers offer to resign in wake of failed challenge to Turnbull – politics live

Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, James McGrath and Michael Sukkar among exodus of frontbenchers. All the day’s events, live• Full report: Turnbull survives challenge from Dutton – for now 11.43am BST On
Jeremy Hunt calls for fresh EU sanctions against Russia

Jeremy Hunt calls for fresh EU sanctions against Russia

UK foreign secretary will urge US president to tighten rules on online election advertisingJeremy Hunt is to urge the EU to stand shoulder to shoulder with the US administration by imposing more
Liam Fox's target for post-Brexit exports is wishful thinking | Larry Elliott

Liam Fox's target for post-Brexit exports is wishful thinking | Larry Elliott

The UK increasing overseas sales to 35% of GDP is a nice idea but too few British firms are onsideThe timing of the government’s latest export drive is far from accidental. With Theresa May intent on
Toxic 'red tide' blamed for rise of manatee deaths in Florida

Toxic 'red tide' blamed for rise of manatee deaths in Florida

Experts blame a cold snap at the beginning of the year and algae bloom in the Gulf of Mexico for the fatalitiesManatees are dying in alarming numbers in Florida this year – the toll significantly
London tube station shooting leaves three injured, police say

London tube station shooting leaves three injured, police say

Shots outside Kingsbury station in north London follow earlier incident in Kilburn Three people have been injured after a gunman opened fire outside a north London tube station on Monday night, police
Novichok victim back in hospital with sight problems, says brother

Novichok victim back in hospital with sight problems, says brother

Charlie Rowley is in intensive care and can’t see, according to his brother MatthewThe novichok victim Charlie Rowley has been readmitted to hospital suffering with vision problems, his brother has
Kerala floods: Tales of humanity and hope from deadly monsoon in southern India – video

Kerala floods: Tales of humanity and hope from deadly monsoon in southern India – video

The southern Indian state of Kerala has endured its worst monsoon rain in a century, leaving more than 200 people dead in the past fortnight. Amidst the destruction and loss, small tales of hope and