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Anti-immigration populists surge in fragmented Dutch elections

Anti-immigration populists surge in fragmented Dutch elections

FvD party on course to win 12 seats in upper house of parliament that will contain a record 12 partiesAn anti-immigration populist party has won the most votes in elections for the upper house of
Juan Guaidó says Venezuelan agents arrested his chief of staff

Juan Guaidó says Venezuelan agents arrested his chief of staff

Venezuelan opposition leader says Roberto Marrero was ‘kidnapped’ before dawn The Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, has said intelligence agents arrested his chief of staff after a pre-dawn
Aaron Campbell jailed for life for murder of Alesha MacPhail

Aaron Campbell jailed for life for murder of Alesha MacPhail

Lawyer says Campbell has admitted responsibility for killing six-year-old for first timeAaron Campbell, the 16-year-old who abducted, raped and murdered six-year-old Alesha MacPhail on the Isle of
Suspect caught on video breakdancing for police after car chase

Suspect caught on video breakdancing for police after car chase

Southern California pursuit ends with man exiting car – and busting a series of moves at gunpointA California car chase ended in an arrest – but the suspect went down in style.The California highway
Sacred giant turtle gets embalmed in Vietnam

Sacred giant turtle gets embalmed in Vietnam

Reptile is believed to be the last in a long line of large turtles in Hoàn KiếmA sacred giant turtle that died in Hanoi’s Hoàn Kiếm lake has been given a new lease on life by city authorities who have
Windows smashed at four mosques in Birmingham

Windows smashed at four mosques in Birmingham

Counter-terrorism officers investigating after series of attacks overnight Counter-terrorism police are investigating a series of incidents in which windows were smashed at four mosques in
Facebook reviews live stream policy after Christchurch attack

Facebook reviews live stream policy after Christchurch attack

Site says recently live streams are prioritised for review only when flagged for suicideFacebook has released more details of its response to the Christchurch terrorist attack, saying it did not deal
Hamas violently suppresses Gaza economic protests

Hamas violently suppresses Gaza economic protests

Gaza’s rulers, who back Israeli border protests, accused of using force against dissentHamas appears to have forcibly suppressed a rare uptick in public dissent in Gaza, beating and arresting scores
US briefing: New Zealand gun ban, Brexit delay and slavery reparations

US briefing: New Zealand gun ban, Brexit delay and slavery reparations

Thursday’s top story: Ardern announces sweeping gun laws in response to Christchurch attacks. Plus, how the ‘Lavscam’ scandal has harmed Trudeau on his home turfSubscribe now to receive the morning
'He's not a bad person, but …' Justin Trudeau voters lament scandal

'He's not a bad person, but …' Justin Trudeau voters lament scandal

In the Canadian prime minister’s Montreal base the Lavscam imbroglio has taken a toll on previously staunch supportNicola Papadakis says he is done voting for Justin Trudeau.The decision clearly
Delhi Crime: Netflix drama takes on gang rape that shocked India

Delhi Crime: Netflix drama takes on gang rape that shocked India

Series focuses on aftermath of crime that pushed government into changing sexual assault lawsTwo Delhi police officers drive along a dark highway to the home of an accused rapist, reflecting on the
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