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Climate change making storms like Idai more severe, say experts

Climate change making storms like Idai more severe, say experts

Destructive power of storms likely to increase in future as world warms upThe climate crisis that is driving sea level rises and more extreme rainfall is making deadly storms like the one that hit
Anning comments 'attack Australian way of life', race commissioner says

Anning comments 'attack Australian way of life', race commissioner says

Chin Tan backs calls for a code of conduct to crack down on hate speech in parliamentThe race discrimination commissioner, Chin Tan, has backed calls from Labor and the Greens for a code of conduct to
Coalition’s permanent migration cap revealed as Morrison launches population policy

Coalition’s permanent migration cap revealed as Morrison launches population policy

Coalition will introduce new skilled worker visas that require three years’ residence in regions as a pre-condition for permanent residency The Morrison government will cap permanent migration at
Eco-fascism is undergoing a revival in the fetid culture of the extreme right | Jason Wilson

Eco-fascism is undergoing a revival in the fetid culture of the extreme right | Jason Wilson

Some see looming ecological collapse as an opportunity to re-order society along their preferred, frankly genocidal, linesIn his shoddy manifesto, the accused shooter in Christchurch identified as an
No-deal Brexit: UK to pay some health costs of retired Britons in EU

No-deal Brexit: UK to pay some health costs of retired Britons in EU

Costs for 180,000 pensioners in EU countries will be paid for 12 months, minister saysThe government has thrown a potential £500m Brexit lifeline to 180,000 British pensioners in EU countries outside
Founder of Cumbrian zoo where 500 animals died plans horse ranch

Founder of Cumbrian zoo where 500 animals died plans horse ranch

David Gill submits application for western-themed riding retreat in Lake DistrictThe founder of a zoo where nearly 500 animals died in less than three years from causes including emaciation and
Abel Prize: American professor is first woman to win prestigious math award

Abel Prize: American professor is first woman to win prestigious math award

Karen Keskulla Uhlenbeck of the University of Texas at Austin wins one of the world’s most prestigious mathematics awardsAn American professor has become the first woman to be awarded the Abel Prize,
Bolsonaro backs Trump's border wall ahead of White House meeting

Bolsonaro backs Trump's border wall ahead of White House meeting

Brazil president endorses hardline US immigration policy, saying ‘Vast majority of … immigrants do not have good intentions’Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro has endorsed Donald Trump’s immigration
Shocking autopsy photos show toll of plastic waste on dead whale

Shocking autopsy photos show toll of plastic waste on dead whale

Images show marine biologist removing 88lb worth of plastic bags from stomach of whale that died in Philippines of ‘gastric shock’Warning: this article includes graphic images some readers may find
Supreme court gives Trump victory on detaining immigrants with criminal convictions

Supreme court gives Trump victory on detaining immigrants with criminal convictions

Court rules 5-4 that authorities can detain immigrants awaiting deportation anytime after they have completed prison termsThe US supreme court on Tuesday endorsed US government authority to detain
Barnier tells May she must offer 'something new' to get long Brexit extension from EU - Politics live

Barnier tells May she must offer 'something new' to get long Brexit extension from EU - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May chairing cabinet after John Bercow ruled she cannot bring same Brexit deal back to Commons for vote 4.51pm
HS2 would widen UK 'north-south' divide and should be axed, says report

HS2 would widen UK 'north-south' divide and should be axed, says report

Thinktank says London would benefit most and money should go to less wealthy areas insteadThe government’s planned HS2 high-speed rail project will make the UK even more divided and should be scrapped
Joe Biden reportedly tells supporters he's running for president – as it happened

Joe Biden reportedly tells supporters he's running for president – as it happened

Former vice-president advised a handful of supporters of his intentions, according to the Wall Street JournalSign up for the US briefing to get a fresh perspective 12.08am GMT Thanks for sticking with
National Portrait Gallery turns down £1m grant from Sackler family

National Portrait Gallery turns down £1m grant from Sackler family

Artists had asked gallery not to accept sum from family behind firm making opiod OxyContinThe National Portrait Gallery has turned down a £1m grant from the multibillionaire Sackler family following
Convicted French cardinal says pope has refused his resignation

Convicted French cardinal says pope has refused his resignation

Philippe Barbarin was found guilty of not reporting child sexual abuse allegationsPhilippe Barbarin, the French Roman Catholic cardinal convicted this month of failing to report sexual abuse
Mueller suspected Trump lawyer may have been acting as foreign agent

Mueller suspected Trump lawyer may have been acting as foreign agent

Special counsel of Russia investigation granted access to Michael Cohen’s emails on basis he may have broken several lawsMichael Cohen documents released – live updatesRobert Mueller persuaded a judge
Kazakhstan president Nazarbayev steps down after 30 years in power

Kazakhstan president Nazarbayev steps down after 30 years in power

Nursultan Nazarbayev has led oil-rich country since fall of the Soviet UnionKazakhstan’s president has announced his retirement after nearly 30 years as leader of the central Asian nation – but he
Cyclone Idai leaves trail of destruction in southern Africa – video report

Cyclone Idai leaves trail of destruction in southern Africa – video report

More than 1,000 people are feared dead after Tropical Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique on Friday. At least 215 people have been confirmed dead and hundreds are missing across Mozambique, Malawi and
May to ask EU for Brexit extension as UK slides into political 'crisis'

May to ask EU for Brexit extension as UK slides into political 'crisis'

PM’s spokesman refuses to say how long a delay she will request amid deepening chaosTheresa May believes the UK has slid into political crisis, her spokesman said, as he confirmed she would be writing
UK trio not properly warned of Vietnam waterfall dangers, coroner rules

UK trio not properly warned of Vietnam waterfall dangers, coroner rules

Young tourists died after being swept over 15-metre drop during river-slide ride Three young British tourists who died after falling down a waterfall in Vietnam during a water-sliding ride were not