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Italy's first transgender mayor says 'kindness revolution' can defeat far right

Italy's first transgender mayor says 'kindness revolution' can defeat far right

Gianmarco Negri was elected in small town of Tromello, beating far-right League candidateItaly’s first transgender mayor has said the “arrogant and oppressive” politics of the far right would sooner
Last of the Mohawk code talkers dies after finally being hailed a war hero

Last of the Mohawk code talkers dies after finally being hailed a war hero

Second world war efforts of Louis Levi Oakes and other indigenous peoples stayed secret for decadesIn the dense jungle battlefields of the south Pacific, Louis Levi Oakes was a target. Often flanked
'Disgrace': Angus Taylor under pressure after failing to release emissions data

'Disgrace': Angus Taylor under pressure after failing to release emissions data

Greens warn the new emissions reduction minister could be in contempt of parliament Labor and the Greens have demanded the government immediately release national greenhouse emissions data, and have
Sephora to shut US stores for diversity training after SZA racial profiling claim

Sephora to shut US stores for diversity training after SZA racial profiling claim

R&B singer SZA, who is black, said in April she was racially profiled at a Sephora store in CalabasasThe Sephora beauty chain will close all its US stores, distribution centers and corporate
Senior North Korean official reappears after 'forced labour' report

Senior North Korean official reappears after 'forced labour' report

Photo shows Kim Yong-chol attended an art performance with Kim Jong-un on SundayA senior North Korean official who was reportedly sent to a labour camp has attended a concert alongside the country’s
Three Chinese warships arrive in Sydney Harbour for four-day stopover

Three Chinese warships arrive in Sydney Harbour for four-day stopover

Scott Morrison dismisses concerns over timing, given it’s the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacreThe arrival of three Chinese warships in Sydney harbour was not a surprise, Scott
Science institute that advised EU and UN 'actually industry lobby group'

Science institute that advised EU and UN 'actually industry lobby group'

International Life Sciences Institute used by corporate backers to counter public health policies, says studyAn institute whose experts have occupied key positions on EU and UN regulatory panels is,
Inside Islamic State: meeting Umm Sayyaf, the most senior female Isis captive

Inside Islamic State: meeting Umm Sayyaf, the most senior female Isis captive

Martin Chulov, the Guardian’s Middle East correspondent, tells Anushka Asthana about meeting Umm Sayyaf, who described her role in helping the CIA hunt for the Isis leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. And:
Jared Kushner expresses doubt that Palestinians can self-govern

Jared Kushner expresses doubt that Palestinians can self-govern

White House senior adviser says he hopes Palestinians will become ‘capable of governing’ and denies Trump is racist in rare interviewWhite House senior adviser Jared Kushner has expressed uncertainty
Wild weather warning for Australia’s east coast as storms and gales approach

Wild weather warning for Australia’s east coast as storms and gales approach

Extreme start to the winter forecast for 100km of the NSW coast and large parts of VictoriaStorms and gales will hit large parts of Australia’s east coast this week, as parts of the country experience
Snapchat, YouTube and Google services interrupted by network congestion

Snapchat, YouTube and Google services interrupted by network congestion

Google confirmed that YouTube, Google Cloud and G Suite services were affected by sporadic outagesUsers of YouTube, Snapchat and some Google services are seeing errors or slow performance due to high
D-day rehearsal wrecks given protection before 75th anniversary

D-day rehearsal wrecks given protection before 75th anniversary

Concrete structures and tanks used to practise for invasion in England get monument statusWrecks and ruins that are among the last vestiges of the great engineering achievements for D-day have been
ICC submission calls for prosecution of EU over migrant deaths

ICC submission calls for prosecution of EU over migrant deaths

Member states should face punitive action over deaths in Mediterranean, say lawyersThe EU and member states should be prosecuted for the deaths of thousands of migrants who drowned in the
Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health, study finds

Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health, study finds

High consumption of coffee no worse for arteries than drinking less than a cup a dayCoffee lovers who drink up to 25 cups a day can rest assured the drink is not bad for their heart, scientists
Australia pledges $250m to Solomon Islands as China's influence in Pacific grows

Australia pledges $250m to Solomon Islands as China's influence in Pacific grows

Scott Morrison to unveil bilateral infrastructure program as part of latest plank in government’s regional strategy Scott Morrison has declared “stepping up is all about showing up” as he unveiled the
Donald Trump to land in UK amid rising anger over trade demands

Donald Trump to land in UK amid rising anger over trade demands

US ambassador’s suggestion that NHS should be ‘on the table’ in future negotiations sparks alarmDonald Trump will land in the UK on Monday amid anger over comments made by his ambassador suggesting
Morning mail: Himalayan climbers, WA children in custody, Venice outrage

Morning mail: Himalayan climbers, WA children in custody, Venice outrage

Monday: Australian Ruth McCance is among eight climbers feared dead in India. Plus: rethink on WA youth justiceGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and must-reads on
Man dies after breaking leg caving in Yorkshire

Man dies after breaking leg caving in Yorkshire

Cave rescue mount 17-hour operation but man died before being brought to surfaceA man trapped after breaking his leg exploring an unmapped cave system in the Yorkshire Dales has died despite a 17-hour
Order to hide USS John McCain from Trump not 'unreasonable' – chief of staff

Order to hide USS John McCain from Trump not 'unreasonable' – chief of staff

‘We all know how the president feels about the former senator’Trump confirms USS John McCain was hidden from his viewAn order to have a ship named for the late Senator John McCain hidden from view
Graduate receives £61,000 over 'Mickey Mouse degree' claim

Graduate receives £61,000 over 'Mickey Mouse degree' claim

Pok Wong reaches out-of-court settlement with Anglia Ruskin university after suing for false advertising A graduate who sued her university over her “Mickey Mouse degree” and received a £61,000