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UK, Germany and France urge US not to tear up Iran nuclear deal

UK, Germany and France urge US not to tear up Iran nuclear deal

Three EU signatories to 2015 deal say Iran is respecting agreement that has made world safer and ‘prevented potential nuclear arms race’Washington’s closest allies have sent a carefully timed warning
Yakuza boss arrested in Thailand after photos of his tattoos go viral

Yakuza boss arrested in Thailand after photos of his tattoos go viral

Police capture 72-year-old Japanese fugitive who was recognised when images of his body art were circulated onlineA retired Japanese crime boss has been arrested in Thailand, ending more than 14 years
Ritz Paris robbery: jewels recovered but two gang members still on run

Ritz Paris robbery: jewels recovered but two gang members still on run

Part of loot recovered during arrest of three suspects, with rest found in wreckage and in bag dropped by two men still at largeParis authorities have recovered all the jewels stolen from the Ritz
Tunisia anti-austerity protests: share your thoughts and reaction

Tunisia anti-austerity protests: share your thoughts and reaction

Austerity measures have sparked widespread and violent protests across Tunisia. We’d like you to share your thoughts and experiencesOne person has died and more than 200 people have been arrested in
Bitcoin drops $2,000 in value as South Korea announces planned trading ban

Bitcoin drops $2,000 in value as South Korea announces planned trading ban

News follows nation’s clampdown on cryptocurrencies as exchanges are raided over alleged tax evasion and fears of gambling addictionThe value of bitcoin plunged 13.5% in the early hours of Thursday
Scotland to become first UK country to ban plastic cotton buds

Scotland to become first UK country to ban plastic cotton buds

Crackdown on manufacture and sale of product will cut Scotland’s contribution to marine plastic pollution by half, says expertThe Scottish government plans to ban the manufacture and sale of
California in revolt: how the progressive state plans to foil the Trump agenda

California in revolt: how the progressive state plans to foil the Trump agenda

From immigration to the environment and recreational cannabis, state leaders and activists are finding paths to circumvent the administration. Will it work? California prides itself on being first
Wild boar bites off man's fingertip in Forest of Dean

Wild boar bites off man's fingertip in Forest of Dean

Public advised to steer clear of wild boar after Clive Lilley, 53, was attacked in Gloucestershire while walking his dogForestry chiefs have warned walkers to steer clear of wild boar after a man
Tunisia protests: authorities accused of indiscriminate crackdown

Tunisia protests: authorities accused of indiscriminate crackdown

Army deployed and more than 500 people arrested in demonstrations against price and tax rises that started at weekendShare your thoughts on the protestsHuman rights campaigners and activists have
'Seems unlikely’: Trump casts doubt on Russia inquiry interview – video

'Seems unlikely’: Trump casts doubt on Russia inquiry interview – video

Donald Trump has apparently reversed a commitment to meet the special counsel investigating alleged collusion between his election campaign and Russia, saying that such an interview 'seems unlikely'.
Gorbachev: His Life and Times by William Taubman review – the mysteries remain

Gorbachev: His Life and Times by William Taubman review – the mysteries remain

A phenomenally researched life of the man who did more than any other to change Europe and the world in the last half of the 20th centuryIf Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma,
Stockport woman charged with murdering and burying her father

Stockport woman charged with murdering and burying her father

Barbara Coombes, 63, charged with murdering Kenneth Coombes and burying his body in her back gardenA woman has appeared in court charged with murdering her father and burying his body in her back
Coroner criticises authorities for not telling family Indigenous prisoner was dying

Coroner criticises authorities for not telling family Indigenous prisoner was dying

Kwementyaye Japaljarri was serving a five-month sentence when he became critically ill. His family were not told until after his death 12 days laterA coroner has criticised Northern Territory
Drama out of crisis: how theatre and improv teach lessons in sexual consent

Drama out of crisis: how theatre and improv teach lessons in sexual consent

Exploring consent issues through interactive drama and comedy can effect lasting change, whether tackling violence against sex workers in Africa, sex education in South America or abuse in UK schoolsA
China church demolition sparks fears of campaign against Christians

China church demolition sparks fears of campaign against Christians

Footage has emerged of the Golden Lampstand Church in Shanxi province being razed by local authoritiesA church in northern China was demolished this week, the second in less than a month, sparking

Officials demolish Golden Lampstand Church in Shanxi, China - video

Footage of the demolition of the Golden Lampstand Church by Chinese officials in Linfen, Shanxi province, China. Continue reading...
‘We took it too far’: Western Australia reverses funding cuts in education

‘We took it too far’: Western Australia reverses funding cuts in education

Premier Mark McGowan changes course on cuts to School of the Air, the gifted and talented program, and Northam CollegeThe premier of Western Australia, Mark McGowan, has abandoned a plan to close the
Viktor Orbán’s reckless football obsession

Viktor Orbán’s reckless football obsession

The Hungarian prime minister has been lavishing public money on his favourite sport for years. Could it be his undoing? By David Goldblatt and Daniel NolanWith one main street and a couple of grocery
I have seen first-hand how the horrors of Mugabe’s Zimbabwe haunt our people | Dixon Chibanda

I have seen first-hand how the horrors of Mugabe’s Zimbabwe haunt our people | Dixon Chibanda

As a psychiatrist in Zimbabwe, I’ve witnessed the mental scars caused by years of death, deprivation and struggle. Post-Mugabe, we need a psychological salveThe euphoria that greeted the end of Robert
Julie Bishop in balancing act after colleague criticises China’s Pacific aid

Julie Bishop in balancing act after colleague criticises China’s Pacific aid

Foreign minister careful not to disagree with spirit of Fierravanti-Wells’s point while moving to calm a heated situationAustralia’s foreign minister, Julie Bishop, has attempted to walk back