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Gobee.bike pulls out of France due to 'mass destruction' of its dockless bike fleet

Gobee.bike pulls out of France due to 'mass destruction' of its dockless bike fleet

Thousands of its bikes have been stolen or damaged, says company that had 150,000 users across the countryPeople wanting to get on their bikes in France have one option less to do so after the
Anger grows over leaking of Joyce accuser's identity

Anger grows over leaking of Joyce accuser's identity

Deputy leader Bridget McKenzie says complainant’s wish for confidentiality has been respected by partyThe president of Australia’s most powerful rural body, the National Farmers Federation, has leant
'I miss her so much': Australian man pleads for wife's release from Chinese prison

'I miss her so much': Australian man pleads for wife's release from Chinese prison

High school sweethearts – both originally from China’s Xinjiang Uighur region – dreamed of living together in AustraliaThe last time Almas Nizamidin saw his wife was on Valentine’s Day last year, when
Report revealing Australia's educational decline a 'real worry', says Birmingham

Report revealing Australia's educational decline a 'real worry', says Birmingham

Education minister reacts to report showing primary school children lagging behind in basic skills Australian children are lagging behind when it comes to developing basic skills in primary school but
From Spain to Germany and Italy, the outflanked centre-left cannot hold | Jon Henley

From Spain to Germany and Italy, the outflanked centre-left cannot hold | Jon Henley

The collapse of the social democratic vote across the continent calls for radical solutions – including a decisive break with the centre-rightThese are troubling times for Europe’s social democrats.
One million birds killed illegally every year at a wildlife site in Iran

One million birds killed illegally every year at a wildlife site in Iran

Conservationists sound alarm over unprecedented slaughter of rare and endangered species by hunters at three lagoonsA million wild birds a year are now being killed illegally at a single wildlife site
Lake District Notebook: ‘There’ll be no zip wire across the icy waters, no screams from on high’

Lake District Notebook: ‘There’ll be no zip wire across the icy waters, no screams from on high’

In the Cumbrian beauty spot that has fended off high-level zip slides, local people and visitors are mostly glad that it won’t now be ‘a glorified theme park’On a crowded island like Britain,
Nissim Baruch Black: the rapper who gave up bling for Jewish redemption

Nissim Baruch Black: the rapper who gave up bling for Jewish redemption

The former drug dealer tells of his journey from a tough Seattle neighbourhood to an ultra-orthodox family life in JerusalemOnce he rapped about gangs, guns and drugs. But since swapping his gold
Justin Welby warns of divisive Brexit and crushing austerity

Justin Welby warns of divisive Brexit and crushing austerity

Archbishop of Canterbury calls for new narrative based on solidarity and resilience Austerity is “crushing the weak” and Brexit has divided the country, the archbishop of Canterbury has warned. In a
Democrats defend Russia inquiry in response to Republicans' Nunes memo

Democrats defend Russia inquiry in response to Republicans' Nunes memo

Long-awaited memo by Democrats on House intelligence committee condemns GOP document as ‘effort to undermine’ investigationsIn a long-awaited memo released on Saturday, Democrats on the House
Romanian film about fear of sexual intimacy wins Golden Bear at Berlin film festival

Romanian film about fear of sexual intimacy wins Golden Bear at Berlin film festival

Surprise win for Touch Me Not means Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs has to settle for best director prizeTouch Me Not, a Romanian film about fear of intimacy and achieving sexual liberation was the
UN security council votes unanimously for month-long Syria ceasefire

UN security council votes unanimously for month-long Syria ceasefire

United Nations votes to allow humanitarian access and evacuations Moscow mired in Syria as Putin’s gameplan becomes bogged downThe UN security council voted unanimously on Saturday for a month-long
Toxic toad invasion puts ecology of Madagascar at risk

Toxic toad invasion puts ecology of Madagascar at risk

The Asian amphibians arrived just 10 years ago. Now in their millions, they threaten the island’s unique wildlifeRustling branches and a canopy cacophony – part howl, part screech, part snigger –
'A boys' club': UN agency accused over sexual harassment claims

'A boys' club': UN agency accused over sexual harassment claims

Leading campaigner, current and former staff call for inquiry into bullying and sexual assault at UNAidsThe head of a leading women’s rights movement has called for an independent investigation into
Moscow mired in Syria as Putin’s gameplan risks a deadly ending

Moscow mired in Syria as Putin’s gameplan risks a deadly ending

Russian leader’s gamble backing Bashar al-Assad increasingly looks miscalculatedFrom his spot in the ruins of east Ghouta, Arif Othman sees the current phase of Syria’s war as brutally simple. The
South Australian state election first big opportunity for Cory Bernardi’s party

South Australian state election first big opportunity for Cory Bernardi’s party

Australia Conservatives could prove highly influential in a fractured legislative councilHe’s the high-profile South Australian politician challenging the big parties with his own upstart political
NRA calls companies' Florida shooting boycott 'political and civic cowardice'

NRA calls companies' Florida shooting boycott 'political and civic cowardice'

More than a dozen prominent businesses end partnershipsOpinion: Young people could tip balance on gun lawsThe National Rifle Association has criticized more than a dozen companies for choosing to
Yemen attack: at least 14 killed in raid on Aden counter-terrorism headquarters

Yemen attack: at least 14 killed in raid on Aden counter-terrorism headquarters

Isis says it carried out attacks that security sources say involved two car suicide bombers and six gunmen At least 14 people have been killed and 40 wounded when car suicide bombers and gunmen tried
Emma Chambers, The Vicar of Dibley actor, dies aged 53

Emma Chambers, The Vicar of Dibley actor, dies aged 53

Dawn French, who worked with the comedy star, described her as a ‘unique and beautiful spark’A life in pictures: Emma ChambersEmma Chambers, best known for playing Alice Tinker in The Vicar of Dibley,
'They are strong and attractive': Vespa Club Uganda – in pictures

'They are strong and attractive': Vespa Club Uganda – in pictures

Once seen as a status symbol in Uganda and the capital Kampala, the iconic Piaggio Vespa is now derided as an anachronism. For devotees, though, old habits die hard Continue reading...