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Scott Morrison tells Waleed Aly he sought to lower fears on Islam, not exploit them

Scott Morrison tells Waleed Aly he sought to lower fears on Islam, not exploit them

Prime minister admits shadow cabinet discussed issue in 2010 but insists that he was seeking to avoid worsening divisions The prime minister, Scott Morrison, has admitted a discussion took place in
May urges MPs to back her deal to secure Brexit delay until 22 May – as it happened

May urges MPs to back her deal to secure Brexit delay until 22 May – as it happened

If the deal is not passed then Brexit would be delayed only until 12 April, she has agreed with EUMacron says UK heading for no deal if MPs reject May’s planCorbyn refuses to rule out revoking article
Cyclone Idai: satellite images show extent of flooding around Beira

Cyclone Idai: satellite images show extent of flooding around Beira

Tens of thousands still trapped by flood waters as rescuers in Mozambique race against clock New satellite images of the Mozambican port city of Beira have revealed the vast scale of flooding, as
NT to pass new youth justice laws that contradict Don Dale findings

NT to pass new youth justice laws that contradict Don Dale findings

Northern Territory laws to clarify how and when guards can use force, restraints and isolation on childrenThe Northern Territory is set to pass controversial youth justice laws that clarify how and
Hotel owner released on bail after deaths at St Patrick's Day disco

Hotel owner released on bail after deaths at St Patrick's Day disco

Michael McElhatton was held on suspicion of manslaughter after deaths of three teenagersA hotel owner arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after three teenagers died outside a St Patrick’s Day disco
Donald Trump: 'I wasn't a fan of John McCain' – video

Donald Trump: 'I wasn't a fan of John McCain' – video

Donald Trump has received widespread criticism for his comments about the late senator John McCain. The US president was speaking at a rally in Ohio when he revealed that he 'never liked' the Arizona
Parties and passion in Burkina Faso by Ibrahima Sanlé Sory – in pictures

Parties and passion in Burkina Faso by Ibrahima Sanlé Sory – in pictures

Vibrant youth culture and a flourishing music scene leap out of the west African photographer’s Peuple de la Nuit, featuring the musicians, dancers and lovers who graced his hometown’s hottest venues
Holi: a festival of colours – in pictures

Holi: a festival of colours – in pictures

The Hindu festival of Holi is under way in India. The two-day celebration signifies the victory of good over evil and marks the end of winter and the arrival of spring. Its origins can be found in
Danish billionaires plan to rewild large swath of Scottish Highlands

Danish billionaires plan to rewild large swath of Scottish Highlands

Scotland’s largest private landowners want to reverse years of land mismanagement, says adviserThe Danish billionaires who are now Scotland’s largest private landowners are trying to restore the
Marseille falls apart: why is France's second city crumbling?

Marseille falls apart: why is France's second city crumbling?

Marseille is facing its biggest crisis in decades as many of its historic buildings-turned-slums are collapsing, with often tragic resultsIn her flat in a decrepit 18th-century building in the centre
'I've never seen anything like this': street library sparks joy for Tony Abbott

'I've never seen anything like this': street library sparks joy for Tony Abbott

Former prime minister’s ‘amazing’ discovery while door-knocking in his electorate becomes a ready-made meme On Tango Avenue, a quiet street in the hills between Dee Why’s main drag and the coast,
Foreign students who stay to work in UK pay £3.2bn in taxes – study

Foreign students who stay to work in UK pay £3.2bn in taxes – study

Report finds highly qualified, non-British graduates do not take jobs from local residentsInternational students who stay and work in the UK for a decade after graduation contribute £3.2bn in extra
How to move a masterpiece: the secret business of shipping priceless artworks

How to move a masterpiece: the secret business of shipping priceless artworks

What happens when a forklift goes through your Picasso? By Andrew DicksonEarly one morning last summer, I stood inside a museum in Antwerp and watched as a painting was hung on the wall. When I walked
UN Libya envoy hopes reconciliation talks will bring stability

UN Libya envoy hopes reconciliation talks will bring stability

Ghassan Salamé warns conference failure will bring more violence to divided countryThe United Nations will stage a long-awaited national reconciliation conference in the Libyan town of Ghadames on
Oxford English Dictionary adds new entries: chuddies, jibbons and fantoosh

Oxford English Dictionary adds new entries: chuddies, jibbons and fantoosh

An Indian English word for underpants joins a host of Scottish insults after the dictionary crowdsourced regional termsEnglish speakers from around the world have flocked to help the Oxford English
New Zealand introduces major changes to gun laws – video

New Zealand introduces major changes to gun laws – video

New Zealand has banned military-style semi-automatic guns and assault rifles under tough new laws following the attacks on two Christchurch mosques. The changes, announced on Thursday by the prime
Slavery reparations: where do Democratic 2020 candidates stand?

Slavery reparations: where do Democratic 2020 candidates stand?

Bernie Sanders is opposed, while Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker hesitate to voice outright supportThe renewed Democratic debate over how to heal the legacy of slaveryShould the US pay
'It's a godsend': the healthcare scheme bringing hope to India's sick

'It's a godsend': the healthcare scheme bringing hope to India's sick

In a country where treatment can cost two years’ wages, a new project could mean free medical care for 500 million peopleRajiv Gupta has a distinct spring in his step. He has brought his mother to New
Queensland woman who took daughters to Somalia for genital mutilation jailed

Queensland woman who took daughters to Somalia for genital mutilation jailed

Woman is the first person to be sentenced in Queensland for removing a child from the state for female genital mutilationAn extremely sick Queensland woman who took her two daughters to Somalia for
Christchurch attacks: New Zealand brings in sweeping gun-law changes

Christchurch attacks: New Zealand brings in sweeping gun-law changes

Bans on assault rifles and military-style semi-automatics introduced as well as a buyback scheme Assault rifles and military-style semi-automatics have been banned in New Zealand after Jacinda Ardern,