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Cardinal George Pell in court to fight historical sexual offence charges

Cardinal George Pell in court to fight historical sexual offence charges

The highest-ranking Catholic official to be charged with sexual offences returns to Melbourne court Cardinal George Pell will face court in Melbourne under an intense international media glare as a
Christie: Trump’s reliance on family hurts ability to run White House

Christie: Trump’s reliance on family hurts ability to run White House

Speculation is rife over who will exit the White House next Christie sidesteps question of whether Kushner should be removedJarvanka out? Kushner’s business problems add to talk of DC exitAfter a week
Theresa May tells Trump of 'deep concern' over US trade tariff plans

Theresa May tells Trump of 'deep concern' over US trade tariff plans

Prime minister calls president after world markets crash in face of threatened trade war with ChinaTheresa May has called Donald Trump to raise Britain’s “deep concern” over plans to impose tariffs of
Former Rohingya MP, Aung Zaw Win, arrested in Myanmar

Former Rohingya MP, Aung Zaw Win, arrested in Myanmar

Arrest seen as military sending signal to Rohingya community that they are under threat from further attacksA former Rohingya MP has been arrested in Myanmar, in move that has been condemned as a
Putin: Russia will 'never' extradite 13 nationals indicted by Mueller

Putin: Russia will 'never' extradite 13 nationals indicted by Mueller

Russians were indicted by special counsel for interfering in electionPutin insists the 13 indicted did not act on behalf of his government‘Call it chaos’: Trump adrift after week of White House
Scottish firms warned not to punish staff who followed snow advice

Scottish firms warned not to punish staff who followed snow advice

Transport minister says he has received complaints over docked wages from workers forced to stay at home by red weather warning Employers who try to dock the wages of workers who could not travel
Oil deal corruption trial in Italy is 'wake-up call for industry'

Oil deal corruption trial in Italy is 'wake-up call for industry'

Italian trial due to start over alleged bribes paid by oil companies to win licence for field off NigeriaAn Italian trial which sees Anglo Dutch firm Shell and Italy’s Eni face corruption charges over
Macedonians protest against name change deal with Greece

Macedonians protest against name change deal with Greece

Thousands take to streets of Skopje demanding recognition of its constrit Thousands of flag-waving protesters chanted “We are Macedonians” at a rally in the Macedonian capital against a possible
Trump aides defend tariffs move as Europe and China decry 'trade war'

Trump aides defend tariffs move as Europe and China decry 'trade war'

British PM May expresses ‘deep concern’ in call with president Democrat: measures against Europe would be ‘a boost for Russia’Trump praises Xi Jinping’s China power grabWhite House officials fanned

Trump praises Xi's dictatorship plans saying 'maybe we'll give that a shot' – video

President Donald Trump has heaped praise on China's Xi Jinping. In audio obtained by CNN, Trump suggested the US would one day "give that a shot" in reference to Xi's bid to become "president for
Tasmanian election: how the Greens helped dash Labor's hopes of victory

Tasmanian election: how the Greens helped dash Labor's hopes of victory

Many swing voters will only vote for Labor if they believe the party will govern alone Tasmania’s Hare-Clark voting system tends to produce close results. The proportional voting system requires a
Syrian government forces capture villages of eastern Ghouta

Syrian government forces capture villages of eastern Ghouta

Hopes of aid entering besieged enclave dashed as Assad’s forces seize more territoryForces loyal to the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, have captured six villages and towns bordering the besieged
Germany’s coalition deal safeguards the Merkel/Macron vision of Europe | Anne McElvoy

Germany’s coalition deal safeguards the Merkel/Macron vision of Europe | Anne McElvoy

Back for a fourth term, the German chancellor faces tensions at home – but her role as head of the EU’s most successful economy is unchallengedAngela Merkel’s new coalition government is testament to
Abused and ignored: LGBTI asylum seekers let down by the system

Abused and ignored: LGBTI asylum seekers let down by the system

Kate Hendickson was assaulted by a homophobic housemate but her plea to be moved was refusedKate Hendickson, an asylum seeker from Trinidad, was placed in a house with three male asylum seekers in
Will 2018 be the year of the neo-luddite?

Will 2018 be the year of the neo-luddite?

The downsides of technology’s inexorable march are ​now becoming clear – and automation will only increase the anxiety. We should expect the ​growing interest in off-grid lifestyles to be accompanied
Dreamers deadline to pass unnoticed as immigration reform stalls in Congress

Dreamers deadline to pass unnoticed as immigration reform stalls in Congress

Supreme court decision on Daca removes urgency on Capitol Hill‘We’re worried that people are going to forget about the Dreamers’Opinion: Dreamers must be protected – as Indigenous Peoples were notFor
Italy's election: who will win and why does it matter?

Italy's election: who will win and why does it matter?

What could the result of the poll be, and what will it mean for the country and the EU?Europe’s fourth largest economy goes to the polls on Sunday 4 March under a new and untested electoral law, for a
UK moves into warmer weather but flooding risk increases

UK moves into warmer weather but flooding risk increases

Environment Agency issues 16 flood warnings and 35 flood alerts as country thaws outThe cold snap, in which the UK has been hit by hazardous conditions and freezing temperatures, is coming to an end.
Spanish navy captain dies in Antarctica after falling overboard

Spanish navy captain dies in Antarctica after falling overboard

Body of 53-year-old Javier Montojo Salazar recovered from sea near Livingstone IslandThe commander of a Spanish navy research ship has died in Antarctica after apparently falling overboard.Javier
Russians forced to attend Putin’s star-studded election rally

Russians forced to attend Putin’s star-studded election rally

Tens of thousands strong-armed into attending the event, according to reports Vladimir Putin, flanked by cheering supporters, strode on to a stage in the centre of Moscow’s colossal Luzhniki Stadium