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Victim of hairdresser who deliberately spread HIV criticises police

Victim of hairdresser who deliberately spread HIV criticises police

Man targeted by Daryll Rowe, who infected lovers while on bail, claims Sussex police did not do enough to protect publicThe last victim of a hairdresser who deliberately tried to infect a string of
Robert Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover

Robert Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover

Zimbabwe’s veteran leader attends graduation ceremony as calls grow for army to reveal transition plans Robert Mugabe has attended a university graduation ceremony on the outskirts of Harare in his
Queensland LNP open to forming government with One Nation

Queensland LNP open to forming government with One Nation

LNP leader Tim Nicholls says he will work with parliament elected after previously refusing to say if he would accept One Nation support After nearly three weeks of avoiding the question, the
'He killed all his rivals': Totò Riina, Sicilian mafia's ‘boss of bosses’, dies at 87

'He killed all his rivals': Totò Riina, Sicilian mafia's ‘boss of bosses’, dies at 87

One of Italy’s most feared mobsters, who led powerful Cosa Nostra, dies in hospital while serving multiple life sentencesSalvatore “Totò” Riina’s son was 17 years old when his father ordered him to
Remember Baghdad review – brief, gripping history of Iraq's Jews

Remember Baghdad review – brief, gripping history of Iraq's Jews

Fiona Murphy’s absorbing documentary focuses on members of London’s Iraqi Jewish community to tell a little-known slice of Middle Eastern historyThere is a potency and pungency to this brief,
Paul Keating welcomes defeat of voluntary euthanasia bill in NSW

Paul Keating welcomes defeat of voluntary euthanasia bill in NSW

Former prime minister says state should be taking the lead on the ‘optimism of life, not the pessimism of suicide’Former prime minister Paul Keating has welcomed the narrow defeat of NSW’s voluntary
Cycling downhill: has Copenhagen hit peak bike?

Cycling downhill: has Copenhagen hit peak bike?

The share of trips taken by bike in Denmark’s capital has fallen. With ever more cars on the road and a new metro line about to open, can Copenhagen reach its target to have half of all journeys made
Gaia Pope: hopes fade for missing teenager as man arrested

Gaia Pope: hopes fade for missing teenager as man arrested

Man named as Paul Elsey, 49, held after woman’s clothes found in field near Dorset town where 19-year-old disappearedHopes were fading for 19-year-old Gaia Pope after a woman’s clothes were found in a
The NRA is smaller than you'd think – so why does it wield such influence?

The NRA is smaller than you'd think – so why does it wield such influence?

Compared with others, the 145-year-old lobby group isn’t a vast spender – but it has the power to mobilize a grassroots support and make Washington listenThe hospital staff called to action after the
The demise of the opposition sounds the death knell for democracy in Cambodia | Mu Sochua

The demise of the opposition sounds the death knell for democracy in Cambodia | Mu Sochua

In crushing the party of which I was vice-president, Cambodia’s prime minister has revealed himself as a brutal dictator intent on prolonging his oppressive ruleDemocracy was on trial this week in
Friday briefing: ‘Some coaches spend years grooming young people for sex’

Friday briefing: ‘Some coaches spend years grooming young people for sex’

Law targets child sex predators in sport … Zimbabwe stalemate as Mugabe clings on … and New Zealand PM burns TrumpGood morning – it’s Warren Murray delivering your early headlines. Continue reading...
Anger as Chinese bike sharing firm shuts up office with riders' deposits

Anger as Chinese bike sharing firm shuts up office with riders' deposits

Bluegogo, China’s third largest bike sharing company, reported to be in financial trouble China’s third largest bike sharing company has reportedly run into financial trouble, amid a wave of busts and
Same-sex marriage survey: religious belief matched no vote most closely

Same-sex marriage survey: religious belief matched no vote most closely

Migrant communities in western Sydney electorates have been pinpointed as the strongest element of the no vote. But religious belief correlates much more strongly than overseas birthThe same-sex
Yes, we can halt the rise of the international far right  | Timothy Garton Ash

Yes, we can halt the rise of the international far right | Timothy Garton Ash

The ugly nationalist march in Poland is part of an alarming global trend. It is for all of us – not just politicians – to resist itEvery journalism school should show its students the video clip of
Indian app fights porn addiction with devotional songs and political speeches

Indian app fights porn addiction with devotional songs and political speeches

Developer says software will also contain prayers so it can be used by ‘members of all religions’Indian neurologists have developed an app to address porn addiction that will play Hindu devotional
Huge fire sweeps through Pennsylvania retirement home

Huge fire sweeps through Pennsylvania retirement home

Blaze at Barclay Friends senior living community about 35 miles west of PhiladelphiaA huge fire has broken out at a senior living community in Pennsylvania.The blaze was reported just before 11pm
Indonesian politician who disappeared in corruption scandal found in hospital

Indonesian politician who disappeared in corruption scandal found in hospital

Setya Novanto had reportedly been on his way to meet investigators when his car collided with an electrical poleTop Indonesian politician embroiled in huge corruption case goes missingThe search for
Chapman brothers reunite with Goya's art 16 years after defacing it

Chapman brothers reunite with Goya's art 16 years after defacing it

Works by the enfants terribles of Britart form part of Spanish exhibition exploring enduring influence of Francisco de GoyaThe sleep of reason produces monsters and, if you are Jake and Dinos Chapman
Israeli military chief wants closer Saudi ties as Iran tensions rise

Israeli military chief wants closer Saudi ties as Iran tensions rise

In ‘unprecedented’ interview, Gen Gadi Eisenkot said moderate Arab states must collaborate to ‘deal with’ TehranIsrael’s military chief has given an “unprecedented” interview to a Saudi newspaper
'Maybe the smog can bring us together': toxic air chokes Pakistan and India

'Maybe the smog can bring us together': toxic air chokes Pakistan and India

With Lahore suffering from air pollution almost equal to that enveloping Delhi, joint action to tackle the problem is urgently needed, say environmentalistsParts of Pakistan have been enveloped by