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New Orleans: two killed and six injured after being hit by car

New Orleans: two killed and six injured after being hit by car

A suspect has been detained after a speeding vehicle careered into a bicycle laneTwo people have been killed and six injured after being struck by a vehicle on a busy street in New Orleans.Police said
Charity at heart of ‘white saviour’ row speaks out

Charity at heart of ‘white saviour’ row speaks out

The leaders of a Ugandan campaign group explain why they are angry about western aid agenciesJinja, a sleepy town by the shores of Lake Victoria in eastern Uganda, is a coveted place for tourists. It
Handing over power may be first steps to change in Sudan

Handing over power may be first steps to change in Sudan

Bashir has declared state of emergency and promoted ally to head off internal party revoltStreet protesters in Sudan pressing for a change of leader and regime achieved a remarkable turnaround last
Solomon Islands oil leak: Australia sends more help amid environmental fears

Solomon Islands oil leak: Australia sends more help amid environmental fears

Spill could damage Rennell Island, the world’s largest raised coral atoll and home to many species found nowhere elseAustralia is sending more help to the Pacific nation of the Solomon Islands to stop
Slavery in the north: Washington’s fugitive, Detroit’s forgotten crime

Slavery in the north: Washington’s fugitive, Detroit’s forgotten crime

Two prizewinning books detail the life of a woman who refused to be a possession of the nation’s first president and the Michigan city’s troubled pastOna Judge, the enslaved woman who fled President
I don’t recognise this depiction of Liverpool | Letters

I don’t recognise this depiction of Liverpool | Letters

Wavertree is a socially and economically disparate constituency and its politics reflect thatAs a long-term resident of Wavertree, Luciana Berger’s constituency, I found very little to recognise in
James Stevens resigns from SA premier's office to bid for Christopher Pyne's seat

James Stevens resigns from SA premier's office to bid for Christopher Pyne's seat

Long-serving Liberal MP for Sturt will not contest the next election but says Stevens would be a fine replacementJames Stevens has resigned as chief of staff to the South Australian premier, Steven
'Super fugitive' mafia boss arrested after 14 years on the run

'Super fugitive' mafia boss arrested after 14 years on the run

Naples boss Marco Di Lauro considered second-most dangerous man in ItalyAn Italian mafia “super fugitive”, Marco Di Lauro, has been arrested in Naples after over 14 years on the run.Di Lauro, 38, was
The neo-Nazi plot against America is much bigger than we realize

The neo-Nazi plot against America is much bigger than we realize

Lt Christopher Hasson is the product of traditions in white supremacist circles, and experts say there are ‘thousands like him’In the early summer of 2017, US coast guard lieutenant Christopher Hasson
Pulitzer-winning Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis dies aged 58

Pulitzer-winning Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis dies aged 58

Respected photojournalist covered violence and upheaval across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and AsiaYannis Behrakis, one of Reuters’ most decorated and respected photographers, has died after a
US and South Korea scrap big military exercises to ease tensions with North

US and South Korea scrap big military exercises to ease tensions with North

Operations involving thousands of troops have always infuriated PyongyangThe US and South Korea have said they will end their annual large-scale joint military exercises as Washington pursues efforts
In Tiwi, the word for football is yiloga. There is no word for suicide

In Tiwi, the word for football is yiloga. There is no word for suicide

Local footy team the Bombers have played an extraordinary role in the tightknit community’s recovery from tragedy“COMPANY – US MOB – WHY?”The words are scrawled across the bottom of a whiteboard in
'They're putting us through hell': PNG-born Australians furious at citizenship bungle

'They're putting us through hell': PNG-born Australians furious at citizenship bungle

Australia says it incorrectly issued passports after ‘administrative error’ more than 40 years agoA catch-22 of citizenship laws has rendered an unknown number of PNG-born Australians temporarily
Stephon Clark: police officers who shot man eight times will not be charged

Stephon Clark: police officers who shot man eight times will not be charged

District attorney says officers justified in using lethal forceProtests expected over decision on March 2018 shootingThe police officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark will not be charged by the
Greater Manchester: 17-year-old boy stabbed to death in Hale Barns

Greater Manchester: 17-year-old boy stabbed to death in Hale Barns

Two teenage boys arrested on suspicion of murder after police called to stabbingTwo teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of stabbing a 17-year-old boy to death in Greater Manchester.The teenager
Trump tweet about Scottish golf course an 'invitation to graft'

Trump tweet about Scottish golf course an 'invitation to graft'

Ethics watchdogs decry tweet boosting Trump InternationalTrump is a national security risk – still Republicans back himA tweet in which Donald Trump extolled the virtues of his golf course near
‘Shocking for the whole community’: girl, 17, dies after east London stabbing

‘Shocking for the whole community’: girl, 17, dies after east London stabbing

Jodie Chesney was killed on Friday evening after stabbing in Harold HillA 17-year-old girl has been stabbed in east London, taking the death toll from homicides in the capital to 18 so far this
Victoria bushfires: five properties lost in out-of-control blazes in state's east

Victoria bushfires: five properties lost in out-of-control blazes in state's east

More than 300 firefighters are battling blaze 65km east of Melbourne with the hazardous conditions continuingAt least five properties and multiple other structures have been destroyed and more losses
Ex-Brazil president Lula leaves prison to attend grandson's funeral

Ex-Brazil president Lula leaves prison to attend grandson's funeral

Workers’ party leader serving 12 years for corruptionLula reiterates his innocence, vowing: ‘I’m going to get out’Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva left prison on Saturday to attend
My anger with George Pell has been replaced by immense sadness | Christos Tsiolkas

My anger with George Pell has been replaced by immense sadness | Christos Tsiolkas

I don’t see a monster. I see all the women and children and men and nuns and priests destroyed by shame, fear and liesI have been angry with Cardinal George Pell for a long time. That anger was first