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Philippines volcano: lava erupts from Mount Mayon as ash covers towns

Philippines volcano: lava erupts from Mount Mayon as ash covers towns

Officials worry eruption may last months, disrupting lives and livelihoods of people in its shadowLava is spilling from a Philippine volcano that has been sending up columns of ash over farmland and
'They are like animals': French shoppers brawl over cut-price Nutella

'They are like animals': French shoppers brawl over cut-price Nutella

Hefty discount on chocolate hazelnut spread causes chaos at supermarkets across country France has seen nothing like it: supermarket aisles of brawling customers throwing punches, pulling hair and

Toilet humour: Guggenheim responds to White House Van Gogh request – video

The Guggenheim Museum has reportedly turned down a White House request to borrow a Vincent Van Gogh painting, and has instead offered the Trump administration the use of a golden toilet. The
Dutch call on Indonesia to investigate reports of mass graves and war wrecks

Dutch call on Indonesia to investigate reports of mass graves and war wrecks

Reports that human remains buried in unmarked mass graves on eastern Java after illegal salvage of second world war shipwrecks The Netherlands has pressed Indonesia to investigate reports that the

Hundreds named in male-dominated honours list – video

Australians from all walks of life have been recognised in the Australia Day honours – but the list has been criticised for being male-dominated. Of the 900 notable names across media, medicine,
South Korea hospital fire: dozens dead and many injured

South Korea hospital fire: dozens dead and many injured

At least 37 people killed in blaze at building in Miryang, in south-east of countryAt least 37 people have been killed and dozens injured in a fire at a hospital and nursing home in South Korea on
Donald Trump denies report he tried to fire Robert Mueller in June

Donald Trump denies report he tried to fire Robert Mueller in June

President was dissuaded from firing Robert Mueller when counsel threatened to quit rather than carry out order, New York Times reportsDonald Trump has denied a report he ordered the firing of special
Trump proposes path to citizenship for 1.8m undocumented youths

Trump proposes path to citizenship for 1.8m undocumented youths

President offers plan in exchange for border wall investment and crackdown on other undocumented people, among other measuresDonald Trump proposed legislation that would provide a pathway to
Malcolm Turnbull says Australian flag will never change, rejecting new design

Malcolm Turnbull says Australian flag will never change, rejecting new design

PM says the current flag will fly over Parliament House ‘long after all us have shuffled off the stage of history’Australia’s flag will never change, Malcolm Turnbull has said, dismissing a new design
Why unions are furious about the blocked Sydney train strike

Why unions are furious about the blocked Sydney train strike

Unions fear the erosion of the right to strike or take other industrial action in AustraliaThe Fair Work Commission’s decision to suspend Sydney’s train strike has unions up in arms about the erosion
Museum of Natural History urged to cut ties with 'anti-science propagandist' Rebekah Mercer

Museum of Natural History urged to cut ties with 'anti-science propagandist' Rebekah Mercer

More than 100 scientists have urged the museum to sever its ties with Mercer, one of Donald Trump’s top donorsThe American Museum of Natural History is under pressure to sever its ties to Rebekah
Canadian minister resigns from cabinet amid misconduct investigation

Canadian minister resigns from cabinet amid misconduct investigation

Justin Trudeau confirms departure of sports minister Kent Hehr: ‘As a government we take any allegations extremely seriously’ Canada’s sports minister, Kent Hehr, has resigned from the country’s
Kurds call on Syrian regime to intervene in Afrin battle

Kurds call on Syrian regime to intervene in Afrin battle

Bashar al-Assad asked to protect borders with Turkey from attackKurdish militias fighting against Turkey in the Syrian enclave of Afrin have called on the government of Bashar al-Assad to intervene
Harvey was second-most expensive US hurricane on record, official report says

Harvey was second-most expensive US hurricane on record, official report says

Harvey caused $125bn in damage in year and killed 68 people in year that saw three enormous hurricane-strength stormsIt was officially a monster year for deadly US storms in 2017 with Hurricane Harvey
Doomsday Clock moved to two minutes to midnight – video

Doomsday Clock moved to two minutes to midnight – video

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved its Doomsday Clock forward by 30 seconds to two minutes to midnight. The move is a reflection of the global threats faced by nuclear weapons and climate
Presidents Club furore claims Labour scalp as party ejects peer

Presidents Club furore claims Labour scalp as party ejects peer

Lord Mendelsohn effectively sacked from party frontbench by Labour leader Jeremy CorbynLabour peer Jonathan Mendelsohn has been effectively sacked from the party’s frontbench after he attended the
Invasion Day protests: human rights observers to monitor Melbourne rally

Invasion Day protests: human rights observers to monitor Melbourne rally

Amnesty delegation to check the way police and protesters interact complies with standardsHuman rights observers are to attend the Invasion Day rally in Melbourne on Friday to monitor the way police
White House asks for Van Gogh loan – but Guggenheim offers gold toilet instead

White House asks for Van Gogh loan – but Guggenheim offers gold toilet instead

The Guggenheim Museum proposed lending Maurizio Cattelan’s America after turning down a request for Landscape With Snow The Guggenheim Museum has reportedly turned down a White House request to borrow
Casey Affleck withdraws from presenting best actress award at Oscars

Casey Affleck withdraws from presenting best actress award at Oscars

Last year’s best actor winner, who has previously faced accusations of sexually inappropriate behavior, will not attend this year’s ceremonyCasey Affleck has decided not to present the Oscar for best
US panel rejects Philip Morris claim iQOS tobacco device cuts disease risk

US panel rejects Philip Morris claim iQOS tobacco device cuts disease risk

The panel concluded the company had not proven that the sleek, pen-like device reduces harm compared with cigarettes Philip Morris International Inc should not be allowed to claim that its iQOS