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US airstrikes in Somalia are killing civilians, Amnesty International says

US airstrikes in Somalia are killing civilians, Amnesty International says

Allegations, which US officials deny, come as pace of strikes in Somalia escalate under the Trump administration There is credible evidence that US military airstrikes in Somalia have killed or
Brazilian drug gang opens fire on convoy of trucks carrying nuclear fuel

Brazilian drug gang opens fire on convoy of trucks carrying nuclear fuel

Latest incident raises concerns about Brazil’s nuclear security in a state struggling with violent crimeA convoy of trucks carrying nuclear fuel came under armed attack on a highway in Rio de Janeiro
Christchurch pupils perform haka for Jacinda Ardern – video

Christchurch pupils perform haka for Jacinda Ardern – video

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has returned to Christchurch for her second visit since Friday's massacre in which 50 people were killed. First stop on her schedule was the Cashmere high
Christchurch mosque attacks: burials begin as Ardern urges students to reject hate

Christchurch mosque attacks: burials begin as Ardern urges students to reject hate

New Zealand prime minister returns to city where 50 were killed as foreign minister heads to TurkeyBurials for the 50 people killed the New Zealand terrorist attack have begun in Christchurch as the
Trump picks ex-Delta exec to lead FAA amid questions over Boeing crash

Trump picks ex-Delta exec to lead FAA amid questions over Boeing crash

President will nominate Stephen Dickson to head regulator facing concern over its approval of airliner involved in recent crashesPresident Donald Trump has tapped a former Delta Air Lines executive to
Morrison on the spot as Hanson claims MPs reject One Nation preference snub

Morrison on the spot as Hanson claims MPs reject One Nation preference snub

One Nation leader accuses Coalition of falling into Labor’s ‘trap’ by isolating her partyPauline Hanson has hit back at Scott Morrison’s insistence the Coalition will not do a preference deal with One
Hotel owner arrested after fatal crush at St Patrick's Day disco

Hotel owner arrested after fatal crush at St Patrick's Day disco

Michael McElhatton one of two men detained on suspicion of manslaughter after three diePolice in Northern Ireland have arrested two men in connection with the crush outside a St Patrick’s Day disco
Brazil: retired major charged over massacre during dictatorship

Brazil: retired major charged over massacre during dictatorship

Sebastião Curio is accused of killings, torture and hiding bodies of dozens of leftist guerrillas in the Amazon regionBrazilian prosecutors have charged a retired army major who allegedly led a
Fishermen drowned off Fraser Island should not have been there – inquest

Fishermen drowned off Fraser Island should not have been there – inquest

Trawler should not have been fishing in treacherous water with such heavy nets, inquiry told Two Queensland men lost in rough seas when their prawn trawler sank should never have been fishing in the
First burials today as Ardern visits Christchurch victims – as it happened

First burials today as Ardern visits Christchurch victims – as it happened

The prime minister has spoken at Cashmere high school, which lost two students and a former student in Friday’s massacreFull story: Burials begin as Jacinda Ardern urges school students to reject hate
May asks EU for Brexit delay with cabinet in deadlock over 'crisis'

May asks EU for Brexit delay with cabinet in deadlock over 'crisis'

PM forced to seek extension of article 50 as No 10 admits it is too late to leave with a dealTheresa May will be forced to write to EU leaders on Wednesday and beg them to delay Brexit, with her
Facebook cracks down on discriminatory ads after years of backlash

Facebook cracks down on discriminatory ads after years of backlash

ACLU hails ‘sweeping changes’ after company criticized over ad targeting based on race, gender and ageFacebook is taking steps to block discriminatory ads for housing, employment and credit by
Donald Trump Jr and John Bolton berate UK leaders over Brexit

Donald Trump Jr and John Bolton berate UK leaders over Brexit

President’s son and US national security adviser in apparent coordinated interventionDonald Trump Jr and the US national security adviser, John Bolton, spoke out over Brexit on Tuesday in what
No-deal ferry plans to protect NHS supplies to be triggered

No-deal ferry plans to protect NHS supplies to be triggered

Action to safeguard imports of medicines to begin this week despite likely Brexit delayNo-deal contingency plans to safeguard medicine imports are set to be triggered on Wednesday, despite the
Morning mail: migration cap, price of Brexit delay, motels stuck in the 70s

Morning mail: migration cap, price of Brexit delay, motels stuck in the 70s

Wednesday: Coalition says it will cut permanent immigration levels after campaign by backbench. Plus: a nostalgic journey through regional Australia’s motelsGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan
Home Office apologises for failings that led to detention centre death

Home Office apologises for failings that led to detention centre death

Officials admit shortcomings at inquest into death of man who was killed by another detaineeA senior Home Office official has repeatedly apologised for shortcomings that led to the killing of a
Tory MPs vow to quit party if Boris Johnson becomes leader

Tory MPs vow to quit party if Boris Johnson becomes leader

With many MPs convinced that PM’s days are numbered some are saying they will not stay in party run by ‘Brexit ultras’Conservative MPs are orchestrating against a potential leadership campaign by
Danish politician's baby 'not welcome' in parliament's chamber

Danish politician's baby 'not welcome' in parliament's chamber

Far-right speaker Pia Kjaersgaard tells Mette Abildgaard to remove her childA member of Denmark’s parliament has said she was ordered to remove her infant daughter from the chamber, causing surprise
Self-interest must not guide UK aid | Letters

Self-interest must not guide UK aid | Letters

Britain’s aid budget must be about altruism, not narrow self-interest say the Rt Rev John Arnold and the Rt Rev Dr Christopher Cocksworth Your article (Aid budget: Ex-minister joins calls for