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Police in Germany use water cannon at protest against far-right AfD party – video

Police in Germany use water cannon at protest against far-right AfD party – video

German police clashed with protesters in Hanover on Saturday as thousands of people gathered in an attempt to disrupt the far-right AfD party's conference. The protesters marched carrying placards
NDIS costs and demand overwhelming disability service providers, report says

NDIS costs and demand overwhelming disability service providers, report says

Survey of service providers finds only 47% could keep pace with demand and just 57% said they had sufficient resources in 2017 Disability service providers are struggling to keep up with growing
The 'open secret' of sexual harassment in the media is staggering. There’s plenty yet to come | Sarah Hanson-Young

The 'open secret' of sexual harassment in the media is staggering. There’s plenty yet to come | Sarah Hanson-Young

The media industry may not be the worst offender but it needs to be the best responder to allegations of harassmentI believe women who make allegations of sexual harassment. I know what it’s like to
Home Office putting UK's research reputation at risk, says Jeremy Corbyn

Home Office putting UK's research reputation at risk, says Jeremy Corbyn

Labour leader intervenes in the case of US academic who was denied visa and told to leave country with her British husbandJeremy Corbyn has accused the Home Office of putting the UK’s global
Explosive device found near German market 'targeted DHL'

Explosive device found near German market 'targeted DHL'

Suspicious package that sparked evacuation was not terror-related and may have been part of blackmail attemptA suspicious package that prompted the evacuation of a Christmas market near Berlin on
SAS may make entry tests easier for women

SAS may make entry tests easier for women

Female recruits could be allowed to carry lighter loads and given more time for treks to give them a fairer chance of passingThe SAS is reportedly considering changes to its notoriously difficult
Sonic attack: why South Korea bombards the North with news, K-pop and good times

Sonic attack: why South Korea bombards the North with news, K-pop and good times

All along the demilitarised zone that separates the two countries, the South torments its northern enemy with hidden giant speakers that hurl out anything from propaganda to weather reports at
Pollution stops play at Delhi Test match as bowlers struggle to breathe

Pollution stops play at Delhi Test match as bowlers struggle to breathe

Sri Lanka say conditions in smog-hit Indian capital left players vomiting, and some of them took to field wearing face masks A cricket Test match between India and Sri Lanka was repeatedly interrupted
21st Century Fox 'restarts talks' for possible sale to Walt Disney

21st Century Fox 'restarts talks' for possible sale to Walt Disney

Talks reportedly focus on film studio, cable channels, and networks such as India’s Star network and Sky in the UKThe Rupert Murdoch-controlled 21st Century Fox has restarted talks to sell most of the
Donald Trump pulls US out of UN global compact on migration

Donald Trump pulls US out of UN global compact on migration

On eve of international conference, US envoy says plan for more humane strategy is incompatible with US sovereigntyThe Trump administration has pulled out of the United Nations’ ambitious plans to
CIA director sent warning to Iran over threatened US interests in Iraq

CIA director sent warning to Iran over threatened US interests in Iraq

Mike Pompeo says he sent a letter to a top Iranian military official Pompeo refuses to answer questions on reports he may replace Rex TillersonThe CIA director said on Saturday he sent a letter to a
Trump's Flynn tweets point to obstruction of justice, say opponents

Trump's Flynn tweets point to obstruction of justice, say opponents

Democrat Feinstein: ‘We’re beginning to see the putting together of a case’ Was Flynn asked to wear a wire in Mueller hunt for evidence on Russia?Donald Trump is increasingly vulnerable to charges of
Protesters chant 'shame' during anti-corruption rally in Tel Aviv – video

Protesters chant 'shame' during anti-corruption rally in Tel Aviv – video

Tens of thousands of people attended a rally in Tel Aviv on Saturday night protesting against alleged corruption in the Israeli government. The prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, known to many in the
Cambodian strongman leader joins thousands in 'stability' ceremony

Cambodian strongman leader joins thousands in 'stability' ceremony

Carefully choreographed prayers at Angkor come as disbanding of opposition party cements Hun Sen’s grip on powerThousands of monks have joined the Cambodian prime minister, Hun Sen, for a prayer
Why did Roy Moore escape to Australia? Clues remain in the outback wilderness

Why did Roy Moore escape to Australia? Clues remain in the outback wilderness

In the early 1980s, the now scandal-hit would-be US senator was taken in by a deeply religious town where some remember him as a troubled soulIt’s easy to get lost on the vast expanse of land they
Are media giving neo-Nazis the oxygen of publicity or exposing ugly truth?

Are media giving neo-Nazis the oxygen of publicity or exposing ugly truth?

A recent New York Times profile of a Holocaust denier was criticised as overly sympathetic but journalists face tough decisions when covering the far rightWhen Alfred Münzer, a 76-year-old Holocaust
‘Not much time left’ to solve North Korea problem without conflict, says Trump adviser – video

‘Not much time left’ to solve North Korea problem without conflict, says Trump adviser – video

North Korea's attempts to develop long-range nuclear weapons pose the 'greatest immediate threat to the United States', White House national security adviser HR McMaster told the Reagan National
South Korean fishing boat capsizes, killing most people on board

South Korean fishing boat capsizes, killing most people on board

Coastguard official says at least 13 people have died and two are missing after boat hit refuelling vessel and overturnedAt least 13 people have been killed after a South Korean fishing boat collided
Netanyahu tells backers to reword contentious police bill after protests

Netanyahu tells backers to reword contentious police bill after protests

Israeli PM says he has asked for legislation on police investigations to be redrafted so it does not apply to his own caseThe Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has ordered his backers to
A lonely Texas road, a dead border patrol officer. Trump cried murder – but was it?

A lonely Texas road, a dead border patrol officer. Trump cried murder – but was it?

When Rogelio Martinez and a colleague were found with head injuries by the roadside politicians rushed to say it underlined the need for border securityTwo weeks after two US border patrol agents were