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Trump at CPAC: the invasion of the body snatchers is complete

Trump at CPAC: the invasion of the body snatchers is complete

Old-school Republicans were thin on the ground in Maryland, where the conservatives gathered proved they’re all Trumpians nowThe invasion of the body snatchers is complete. Donald Trump has taken over
Extended risk of snow puts spring on hold in UK

Extended risk of snow puts spring on hold in UK

Siberian blast nicknamed ‘the beast from the east’ is to bring sub-zero temperaturesSpring has been postponed as the “beast from the east” brings the coldest end to a British winter in five years, the
The Syrian teenager tweeting the horror of life in Ghouta – video

The Syrian teenager tweeting the horror of life in Ghouta – video

Muhammad Najem, a​ 15​-​year​-​old ​resident of the ​devastated rebel enclave on the outskirts of Damascus, is using social media to share videos of daily bombardments, and food and medical shortages.
Identity of Joyce sexual harassment accuser revealed by Australian against her wishes

Identity of Joyce sexual harassment accuser revealed by Australian against her wishes

Woman’s lawyer says many alleged victims are put off coming forward for fear of ‘being dragged through a scandal’The identity of an alleged victim of sexual harassment by former deputy prime minister
Julian Assange negotiations: Ecuador blames UK as talks break down

Julian Assange negotiations: Ecuador blames UK as talks break down

Ecuador’s foreign minister says: ‘To mediate you need two parties, Ecuador is willing, but not necessarily the other party’Talks between the UK and Ecuador over the future of Julian Assange at its
‘We can change this reality’: the women sharing news of war in Ghouta

‘We can change this reality’: the women sharing news of war in Ghouta

As bombs fall on the besieged area of Syria, women’s voices are at the forefrontWhen the bombs start falling, two dozen adults and children gather in one room in Bayan Wehan’s home in besieged eastern
Fears grow as rightwing billionaires battle to erode US union rights

Fears grow as rightwing billionaires battle to erode US union rights

Supreme court hears arguments in case that could strip unions of major source of income – amid worries that the unions will loseA 20-year campaign by rightwing billionaire donors to undermine trade
'Completely different context': Turnbull dodges gun control advice at Trump meeting – video

'Completely different context': Turnbull dodges gun control advice at Trump meeting – video

Australia's prime minister tells Donald Trump 'we certainly don’t presume to provide policy or political advice' on gun control during a meeting at the White House. Malcolm Turnbull says that for
Malaysian PM Najib lambasted for preferring expensive quinoa over rice

Malaysian PM Najib lambasted for preferring expensive quinoa over rice

‘Election will be quinoa versus rice, clean government versus kleptocracy, and Najib versus people of Malaysia,’ opponent saysMalaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has sparked storm of criticism after
Woman in the picture: is Nigeria’s legendary Tutu still alive?

Woman in the picture: is Nigeria’s legendary Tutu still alive?

The search for the subject of Ben Enwonwu’s rediscovered 1974 masterpiece continuesWhen a long-lost painting depicting a Nigerian princess was found in a modest London flat late last year, art dealers
George Christensen calls for 'shackled' Nationals to split from ‘aimless’ Liberals

George Christensen calls for 'shackled' Nationals to split from ‘aimless’ Liberals

Outspoken Queensland MP says the compromise is becoming increasingly difficult to accommodateGeorge Christensen has used the resignation of Barnaby Joyce to call on the National party to formally end
Several beaches closed after ‘extremely rare’ shark attack in Botany Bay

Several beaches closed after ‘extremely rare’ shark attack in Botany Bay

Woman survives bite from great white shark, believed to have been more than three metres longBeaches in Sydney’s south-east have been closed after a woman was bitten by a great white shark, which is
Ivanka Trump calls for 'maximum pressure' on North Korea

Ivanka Trump calls for 'maximum pressure' on North Korea

Experts say North’s diplomatic overtures aimed at driving a wedge between Washington and SeoulIvanka Trump is leading a US delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea in an effort to show a
'Everything is gone': satellite images in Myanmar show dozens of Rohingya villages bulldozed

'Everything is gone': satellite images in Myanmar show dozens of Rohingya villages bulldozed

Government says it is rebuilding area in Rakhine state but persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority say their culture is being erasedMyanmar’s government is using bulldozers to erase dozens of villages in
Dismayed to discover a bear behind at the Baftas

Dismayed to discover a bear behind at the Baftas

This week I pondered awards shows, curling, fashion, antidepressants and ‘managed ambitious divergence’Monday I’ve never seen the attraction of awards events on TV. Especially when there is a new
Facebook sees backlash after demoing VR shooter game at conservative event

Facebook sees backlash after demoing VR shooter game at conservative event

In light of the Florida massacre, the company expresses ‘regret’ over its decision to bring the game to CPAC Facebook is facing backlash for bringing a virtual reality shooting game to a rightwing
Risky relationships: why women are more likely to die of a broken heart

Risky relationships: why women are more likely to die of a broken heart

In her new book, heart surgeon Dr Nikki Stamp explores how modern medicine is only beginning to understand the connection between body and emotionTakotsubo cardiomyopathy – commonly known as broken
Barnaby Joyce made the right decision, says Malcolm Turnbull

Barnaby Joyce made the right decision, says Malcolm Turnbull

Prime minister gets caught in White House lockdown after a woman crashes her car into a security barrierThe Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, says he is looking forward to working with the
Nigel Farage gets warm welcome at gathering of US right wing

Nigel Farage gets warm welcome at gathering of US right wing

CPAC attendees applaud Brexit and boo London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, amid growing European populist influence at eventNigel Farage received a rousing reception from American conservatives on Friday, as
Donald Tusk says British hopes for future ties are 'pure illusion' - video

Donald Tusk says British hopes for future ties are 'pure illusion' - video

Theresa May’s reported agreement with her cabinet on a future trading relationship with the EU has been labelled 'pure illusion' by European council president Donald Tusk, as frustration with the UK