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The collapse of Isis will inflame the regional power struggle

The collapse of Isis will inflame the regional power struggle

From Russia to Turkey and Iraq, the rout of the caliphate brings new political considerations and shifting alliancesThe collapse of the Isis caliphate’s last stronghold in Syria is sending shockwaves
Nan Goldin threatens London gallery boycott over £1m gift from Sackler fund

Nan Goldin threatens London gallery boycott over £1m gift from Sackler fund

Artist brands planned donation from pharmaceutical family to National Portrait Gallery unethical over OxyContin linkThe National Portrait Gallery will be forced to turn down a gift of £1m from members
Trump: EU must take back 800 Isis fighters captured in Syria

Trump: EU must take back 800 Isis fighters captured in Syria

US doesn’t want to watch ‘fighters permeate Europe’ with caliphate ‘ready to fall’, says presidentDonald Trump has told the EU it must take back its 800 Isis fighters captured in Syria by US-backed
Macron condemns antisemitic abuse during gilets jaunes Paris protest

Macron condemns antisemitic abuse during gilets jaunes Paris protest

Police protect philosopher Alain Finkielkraut after he is targeted during 14th weekend of protests French officials have strongly condemned anti-Semitic abuse and anti-police attacks by some gilets
Leftwing Democrats steal the 2020 spotlight but can centrists fight back?

Leftwing Democrats steal the 2020 spotlight but can centrists fight back?

Many Democratic contenders have touted their progressive credentials – which some say leaves the center lane openIt was a tale of two presidential launches. Related: Democrats' coveted 2020 prize? An
Pandas Wang Wang and Fu Ni to stay in Adelaide zoo under Labor plan

Pandas Wang Wang and Fu Ni to stay in Adelaide zoo under Labor plan

PM criticises opposition’s pledge for five years’ more funding, saying his priority right now is Queensland’s floodsA Labor government would spend $1.3m a year for Adelaide zoo to keep two giant
'Hidden city' travel: why airlines are cracking down on a discount trick

'Hidden city' travel: why airlines are cracking down on a discount trick

Lufthansa is suing a traveller over a loophole that many are using to get cheaper flights to popular destinations Airlines are cracking down on a ticketing loophole that can knock thousands of pounds
US aid for Venezuela arrives in Colombia, but delivery uncertain

US aid for Venezuela arrives in Colombia, but delivery uncertain

Juan Guaidó calls on military to let supplies in, but President Maduro denies any crisis A US military transport plane carrying humanitarian aid meant for Venezuela has landed in the Colombian border
Cancún shooting: five people gunned down in Mexico's tourist hotspot

Cancún shooting: five people gunned down in Mexico's tourist hotspot

Bar attacked near hotel zone amid rising drug-related violence in the Caribbean resort cityFive people have been shot dead and five more wounded in Cancún after gunmen burst into a bar in the Mexican
Trump's UN ambassador pick, Heather Nauert, withdraws from consideration

Trump's UN ambassador pick, Heather Nauert, withdraws from consideration

Former Fox News host says she is not going ahead with appointment for family reasonsThe state department says Donald Trump’s nominee for US ambassador to the United Nations, Heather Nauert, has
Theresa May issues fresh plea to Tory MPs to unite over Brexit

Theresa May issues fresh plea to Tory MPs to unite over Brexit

PM makes appeal in letter for unity and announces further talks with EU president Theresa May has issued a fresh plea to Conservative MPs to unite and deliver on Brexit, urging her party to “move
Labor issues please explain over Paladin’s $420m Manus contract

Labor issues please explain over Paladin’s $420m Manus contract

Penny Wong says it’s ‘deeply concerning’ a company with ‘such a poor track record’ was awarded a lucrative sum through closed tenderPenny Wong has indicated Labor will target the Paladin offshore
The week that shook Thai politics – and what comes next

The week that shook Thai politics – and what comes next

A puppet-master in exile and a princess stopped from running for prime minister throw hopes of a return to democracy into doubtIt was last Monday that the incendiary whispers first began.Over the
Oscars reverses plan for ad-break presentations after industry outcry

Oscars reverses plan for ad-break presentations after industry outcry

Decision to relegate four awards, including best cinematography and best editing overturned following protests by Martin Scorsese, Brad Pitt and othersBowing to a backlash that had threatened to
Refugees in Indonesia say few would risk a boat ride to Australia

Refugees in Indonesia say few would risk a boat ride to Australia

Scott Morrison’s claim that medevac bill will restart flow of boats is not seen as credible by those stuck in asylum seeker limbo in Indonesia“I don’t think it will be like before,” 21-year-old
Man bitten on the leg by shark while surfing near Byron Bay

Man bitten on the leg by shark while surfing near Byron Bay

The 41-year-old man, who was surfing at Belongil beach, was airlifted to Gold Coast University hospital A man been bitten on the leg by a shark on the NSW north coast, which has led to the closure of
Gavin Williamson at centre of row over chancellor’s cancelled China trip

Gavin Williamson at centre of row over chancellor’s cancelled China trip

Senior Conservatives call for defence minister to be reined in after upset in Beijing over his commentsThe defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, was at the centre of a growing cabinet row on Saturday
Revealed: how Home Office hires out staff to hunt migrants

Revealed: how Home Office hires out staff to hunt migrants

Department criticised for ‘escalating hostile environment’ by selling officials’ services to firmsThe Home Office is selling the services of its immigration officials to private companies in a move
Campaigners protest against BP sponsorship of British Museum

Campaigners protest against BP sponsorship of British Museum

Activist says sponsorship allows oil group to appear a ‘good corporate citizen’Hundreds of people have occupied the British Museum in protest against its relationship with longstanding sponsor BP and
Roma: Yalitza Aparicio says she is proud of her roots after actor's racist slur

Roma: Yalitza Aparicio says she is proud of her roots after actor's racist slur

Aparicio, the first indigenous woman to be nominated for a best actress Oscar, responds to Sergio Goyri’s ‘fucking Indian’ remarkThe Oscar-nominated Mexican actor Yalitza Aparicio, who stars in the