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Footage shows Argentinian victims cycling shortly before New York attack - video

Footage shows Argentinian victims cycling shortly before New York attack - video

Footage taken by one of the survivors of the New York attack - Ariel Benvenuto - shows the group of friends enjoying a ride on the bike path near the World Trade Center complex on Tuesday shortly
European nurses and midwives leaving UK in droves since Brexit vote

European nurses and midwives leaving UK in droves since Brexit vote

Nursing and Midwifery Council says NHS faces staffing shortfall due to ‘double whammy’ of European and UK-trained medics leavingThe number of nurses and midwives coming to work in Britain from Europe
'We slept on the buses': Britain's homeless children – video

'We slept on the buses': Britain's homeless children – video

When families with small children fall through the social safety net, they can find themselves sleeping rough – in bin sheds, hospital receptions or night buses Continue reading...
Mitch Fifield admits he knew weeks ago Stephen Parry may hold dual citizenship

Mitch Fifield admits he knew weeks ago Stephen Parry may hold dual citizenship

Admission comes as citizenship crisis widens tensions within Coalition and Penny Wong says ‘this smacks of a cover-up’ The communications minister, Mitch Fifield, has admitted he found out weeks ago
May urged to end 'locker room culture' after Fallon resignation

May urged to end 'locker room culture' after Fallon resignation

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson leads calls for ‘Augean stables to be swept clean’ amid growing sexual harassment scandalSenior Conservatives are urging Theresa May to use the resignation of Sir
Walmart shooting: three dead after attack in Colorado store

Walmart shooting: three dead after attack in Colorado store

Suspect arrested after attack on two men and a woman that police said appeared to be random with no indications it was an act of terrorismAuthorities in Colorado have arrested a man who walked into a
'We used to have a lot of fans': baseball in a slump amid Venezuela crisis

'We used to have a lot of fans': baseball in a slump amid Venezuela crisis

Venezuela is Latin America’s baseball powerhouse. Even Chávez used to play. But the economic meltdown is squeezing the country’s national sportJuan Gutiérrez can tell something is wrong with baseball
Kevin Spacey: Old Vic accused of ignoring sexual misconduct allegations

Kevin Spacey: Old Vic accused of ignoring sexual misconduct allegations

Numerous stories emerge saying London theatre paid no heed to allegations of groping and inappropriate sexual behaviour by the actorActors and former staff at the Old Vic have accused the theatre of
Manus standoff: Papua New Guinea's grand chief says Australia's hypocrisy 'astounding'

Manus standoff: Papua New Guinea's grand chief says Australia's hypocrisy 'astounding'

Sir Michael Somare accuses both countries of playing ‘football with the lives of refugees on Manus’ and says many Australians who oppose ‘boat people also arrived by boat’ The “grand chief” of Papua
Gasping for breath: pneumonia's deadly toll among the hungry children of Kenya

Gasping for breath: pneumonia's deadly toll among the hungry children of Kenya

A disease that claims the lives of two children under five a minute worldwide has hit drought-stricken Kenya hard, its spread driven by malnutritionThe baby lying under a red printed blanket is
Trump's 'alarming' death penalty call threatens suspect's chance of fair trial, experts warn

Trump's 'alarming' death penalty call threatens suspect's chance of fair trial, experts warn

President calls for execution of Sayfullo Saipov, suspect in New York attackLegal experts say president’s comments could pollute jury poolDonald Trump’s decision to call for the death penalty for the
Thursday briefing: Degree of interest in Bank's rate call

Thursday briefing: Degree of interest in Bank's rate call

Committee expected to announce first rise in decade … defence secretary Fallon quits amid Westminster sleaze scandal … ‘fake news’ is word of the yearHello, it’s Warren Murray pointing you in the
Spanish judge jails eight members of former Catalan government

Spanish judge jails eight members of former Catalan government

Former ministers remanded in custody as prosecutors seek European arrest warrant for region’s ousted presidentA judge in Madrid has ordered eight members of the deposed Catalan government to be
Labor runs its David against Goliath Barnaby Joyce in New England

Labor runs its David against Goliath Barnaby Joyce in New England

Labor has chosen local man David Ewings to take on the former deputy prime minister in the New England citizenship byelectionLabor will run David Ewings in the New England byelection, with the
Climate change 'will create world's biggest refugee crisis'

Climate change 'will create world's biggest refugee crisis'

Experts warn refugees could number tens of millions in the next decade, and call for a new legal framework to protect the most vulnerable Tens of millions of people will be forced from their homes by
‘One of so many millions gone’: how my cousin’s life was taken from him

‘One of so many millions gone’: how my cousin’s life was taken from him

At the age of just 15, Michael was sent to prison for 11 years. On his release, I tried to helped him start again. Why did his story end in tragedy? By Danielle Allen“Danielle, phone call for you.
Boris Johnson to travel to US in bid to save Iran nuclear deal

Boris Johnson to travel to US in bid to save Iran nuclear deal

Foreign secretary will try to convince senators to back deal he has labelled ‘an amazing triumph of diplomacy’, which Donald Trump is threatening to repealBoris Johnson will travel to Washington next
New Zealand launches biggest ever drive to attract Brexit Britain's builders

New Zealand launches biggest ever drive to attract Brexit Britain's builders

More than $100bn of infrastructure works are planned but country doesn’t have enough local workers to fill the gapNew Zealand has launched a campaign to lure thousands of UK construction workers away
Manus island camp is a landscape of surreal horror | Behrouz Boochani

Manus island camp is a landscape of surreal horror | Behrouz Boochani

Diary of a disaster: Starvation, thirst and terror have taken over. But we are determined to never settle for anything less than freedomBehrouz Boochani is a journalist and an Iranian refugee held on
Aung San Suu Kyi makes first visit to site of anti-Rohingya violence

Aung San Suu Kyi makes first visit to site of anti-Rohingya violence

Nobel laureate, who has faced criticism for failing to speak up for Muslim minority, travelled to conflict-riven Rakhine stateMyanmar’s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has made her first visit to the