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George Pell to be sued over alleged 1970s sexual abuse in Ballarat

George Pell to be sued over alleged 1970s sexual abuse in Ballarat

Man was a complainant against disgraced cardinal in a second trial that was abandoned, and says ‘when I was told they had withdrawn the case I felt empty’A man who says he was molested by George Pell
Emmanuel Macron plays down diplomatic spat with Italy

Emmanuel Macron plays down diplomatic spat with Italy

French president seeks to overcome ‘misunderstanding’ during appearance on Italian TV Emmanuel Macron has said that the recent diplomatic clashes between Italy and France were “not serious” and needed
£1.6bn 'bribe' for poorer towns as May seeks Labour's backing for Brexit deal

£1.6bn 'bribe' for poorer towns as May seeks Labour's backing for Brexit deal

Much of Stronger Towns Fund to be allocated to leave-voting towns in north of England and MidlandsLeft-behind towns in England are to get a £1.6bn funding boost as part of a package of measures to win
'An absolute miracle': young sisters alive after two days in California wilderness

'An absolute miracle': young sisters alive after two days in California wilderness

Leia and Caroline Carrico found ‘safe and sound’ by fire captain and firefighter who followed tracks from pink rubber bootsArmed with some outdoor survival training, granola bars and pink rubber
Yemen peace process in 'last chance saloon', says Jeremy Hunt

Yemen peace process in 'last chance saloon', says Jeremy Hunt

Foreign secretary urges rebels and government to implement terms agreed in DecemberThe Yemen peace process is in the “last chance saloon” and could collapse within weeks unless both sides shift
Morning mail: Democrats target Trump, Victorian bushfires, the truth about Aboriginal massacres

Morning mail: Democrats target Trump, Victorian bushfires, the truth about Aboriginal massacres

Monday: Democrats step up investigations into the US president. Plus: hundreds of cases of state-sanctioned slaughter of Aboriginal people documentedGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you
Tommy Robinson threatened with libel action over Syrian schoolboy posts

Tommy Robinson threatened with libel action over Syrian schoolboy posts

EDL founder made claims online after 15-year-old refugee was allegedly attacked at schoolThe far-right campaigner Tommy Robinson is being threatened with libel action by lawyers representing a Syrian
The Killing Times: the massacres of Aboriginal people Australia must confront

The Killing Times: the massacres of Aboriginal people Australia must confront

Special report: Shootings, poisonings and children driven off cliffs – this is a record of state-sanctioned slaughter • A massacre map of Australia’s frontier wars – interactiveThe truth of
The caliphate is a hellscape of smoke and fire – Isis has nowhere left to go

The caliphate is a hellscape of smoke and fire – Isis has nowhere left to go

The US-led coalition is making up for lost time in the fight to drive Isis out of Baghuz, its last strongholdThere is a flash of light in the dark town as an airstrike hits an Islamic State weapons
Democrats target Trump Jr, Weisselberg and more as investigations grow

Democrats target Trump Jr, Weisselberg and more as investigations grow

Cohen hearing and co-operation turns up heat on TrumpNadler aims at ‘obstruction of justice’ and ‘abuse of power’If Trump loses, we know what to expect: anger, fear, disruptionDemocrats in the House
Algerian president announces departure plans after mass protests

Algerian president announces departure plans after mass protests

Spokesman for ailing Abdelaziz Bouteflika says he will stand down after next electionAlgeria’s ailing president has promised to step down after the next election and enact reforms, as the nation’s
Chris Grayling’s terrible cost to the nation | Brief letters

Chris Grayling’s terrible cost to the nation | Brief letters

Chris Grayling | Otto Warmbier | Michele Hanson | Words for toilet | A Beatles BrexitThe likely cost of £2.7bn to the taxpayer due to Chris Grayling’s incompetence will ring hollow to the parents of
Labor pledges $60m to help victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives

Labor pledges $60m to help victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives

Bill Shorten says money raised from banking fairness fund will provide tailored support packages for families“Instead of asking ‘why did she stay’, we need to ask ‘where could she go’.”Reframing the
In the Philippines they think about gender differently. We could too | Vonne Patiag

In the Philippines they think about gender differently. We could too | Vonne Patiag

The labels we give ourselves can be helpful but restrictive too. Let’s embrace diversity by celebrating fluid identities We were excited young film-makers, sitting in one of our first pitch sessions,
Brexit and bad weather puts UK farmers at risk of suicide, say charities

Brexit and bad weather puts UK farmers at risk of suicide, say charities

Crisis networks report rise in number of farmers distressed by uncertainty over futureCharities have said British farmers are increasingly at risk of suicide owing in part to uncertainty over Brexit
Anti-Muslim poster linking Ilhan Omar to 9/11 sparks outrage in West Virginia

Anti-Muslim poster linking Ilhan Omar to 9/11 sparks outrage in West Virginia

Sign at event sponsored by Republican Party bore an image of the burning World Trade Center juxtaposed with a picture of the Muslim congresswomanAn anti-Muslim poster outside the chamber of the West
Balenciaga's autumn-winter show blends chic with touch of reality

Balenciaga's autumn-winter show blends chic with touch of reality

Trouser suits, practical flap pockets, and models with shopping bags featuredA catwalk show as a love letter to Parisian style is an idea that has been done before, but not like this. Balenciaga’s
Estonia election: opposition party wins but far-right support doubles

Estonia election: opposition party wins but far-right support doubles

Kaja Kallas to become its first female PM after poll in which Eurosceptic EKRE made gainsEstonia is on track for its first female prime minister after the opposition liberal Reform party won the
'I feel like they've still got him': brother's search for Moors victim

'I feel like they've still got him': brother's search for Moors victim

Alan Bennett describes meeting Myra Hindley and his battle over Ian Brady’s locked briefcasesAlan Bennett scribbles a map of Saddleworth Moor on to a scrap piece of paper, drawing prominent landmarks
'Kim knew': top Republican contradicts Trump over Otto Warmbier's death

'Kim knew': top Republican contradicts Trump over Otto Warmbier's death

Kevin McCarthy contradicted Trump who said he believes North Korean leader knew nothing about treatment of US studentA senior Republican has contradicted Donald Trump about whether Kim Jong-un is to