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Manchester stabbings suspect 'was known to mental health services'

Manchester stabbings suspect 'was known to mental health services'

Man suspected of New Year’s Eve attack was not known to anti-terror police, source saysThe man suspected of stabbing three people at Manchester Victoria on New Year’s Eve was known to mental health
Denishar Woods's family given $1m payment after electric shock injury

Denishar Woods's family given $1m payment after electric shock injury

Western Australian government makes act of grace payment over catastrophic brain injury from shock on public housing propertyThe family of a girl who suffered a catastrophic brain injury after a
Turkey's gift of a mosque sparks fears of ‘neo-Ottomanism’ in Kosovo

Turkey's gift of a mosque sparks fears of ‘neo-Ottomanism’ in Kosovo

Pristina badly needs a new mosque – but Turkish attempts to court the young Balkan state with investment and advocacy is making some uneasyIt is six years since Islamic leaders and government
UK weather: new year set for frosty start as odds on coldest January slashed

UK weather: new year set for frosty start as odds on coldest January slashed

‘Beast from the east’-style cold snap predicted with warnings of snow by the end of the weekThe new year is set to get off to a frosty start with plummeting temperatures, unsettled weather conditions
Average 10-year-old has eaten 18 years' worth of sugar

Average 10-year-old has eaten 18 years' worth of sugar

PHE launches campaign to persuade parents to reduce sugar in their children’s dietsThe average 10-year-old has consumed as much sugar in their lifetime as the recommended limit for an 18-year-old,
Inside Mother Camp: the woman tackling Afghanistan's drug problem

Inside Mother Camp: the woman tackling Afghanistan's drug problem

Laila Haidari risks her life to run the country’s only private rehabilitation centre, helping hundreds of addicts a yearLaila Haidari is considered a criminal, despite never committing a crime. The
Development project threatens endangered Florida panther, experts say

Development project threatens endangered Florida panther, experts say

Almost half of proposed area of construction falls within hunting and roaming zone that is essential to animal’s survival The extinction of the endangered Florida panther could be hastened by a large
Deputy PM rejects fresh Liberal push to scrap university student service fees

Deputy PM rejects fresh Liberal push to scrap university student service fees

Nationals leader Michael McCormack vows to ‘fight’ any proposed changes that could disadvantage regional students Labor and the university sector have blasted a push by a Liberal senator to scrap
Royals, rogues and Rudolf Nureyev: the best films of 2019

Royals, rogues and Rudolf Nureyev: the best films of 2019

Christian Bale plays Dick Cheney, Nicole Kidman goes undercover, Olivia Colman is Queen Anne and Timothée Chalamet gets addicted to meth Dir: Yorgos Lanthimos Olivia Colman excels as an emotionally
Here, in the bloodlands of Belarus, I found hope for the future of Europe | Natalie Nougayrède

Here, in the bloodlands of Belarus, I found hope for the future of Europe | Natalie Nougayrède

In a region that saw some of the worst 20th-century horrors, there is a yearning for democracy and dialogueIn December I travelled to Minsk for a seminar with a group of European historians. A few
Australian man screaming at spider 'why don't you die?' triggers full police response

Australian man screaming at spider 'why don't you die?' triggers full police response

Multiple officers arrive at home to find Perth man with ‘serious fear’ of arachnids ‘trying to kill a spider’ Police in Western Australia have confirmed they sent multiple officers to an emergency
Vietnam criticised for 'totalitarian' law banning online criticism of government

Vietnam criticised for 'totalitarian' law banning online criticism of government

Law forces internet providers to censor content deemed ‘toxic’ by the ruling communist government and hand over user dataVietnam has introduced a new cybersecurity law, which criminalises criticising
Markets dive as China manufacturing weakens in bleak start to 2019

Markets dive as China manufacturing weakens in bleak start to 2019

Australian dollar at risk of crashing below crucial 70 US cent mark as growth slows in SingaporeChina’s huge manufacturing sector has shrunk for the first time in 19 months, sending stock markets into
'All necessary means': Xi Jinping reserves right to use force against Taiwan

'All necessary means': Xi Jinping reserves right to use force against Taiwan

Chinese leader calls for reunification and says independence would be a ‘disaster’Taiwan independence would lead to “disaster”, Chinese president Xi Jinping has said, pledging efforts for peaceful
Mitt Romney: Trump's biggest failure is a lack of character in leading 'divided' nation

Mitt Romney: Trump's biggest failure is a lack of character in leading 'divided' nation

Incoming Utah senator says president has abandoned allies and failed to lead a ‘divided, resentful and angry’ nationMitt Romney, the former Republican presidential candidate and incoming US senator
Australian house prices falling at fastest rate in a decade

Australian house prices falling at fastest rate in a decade

Sydney and Melbourne properties have now dropped 11.1% and 7.2% respectively compared with 2017 peakHouse prices have fallen the most in a single quarter since 2008, according to new data for
Indian women form 620km human chain in support of lifting of temple ban – video

Indian women form 620km human chain in support of lifting of temple ban – video

Hundreds of thousands of women have formed a 620km-long human chain across a southern Indian state in support of a court order overturning a partial ban on women entering one of Hinduism’s holiest
Government shuts Maribyrnong immigration detention centre, citing fall in numbers

Government shuts Maribyrnong immigration detention centre, citing fall in numbers

Controversial facility joins the list of 19 closed since September 2013 as the number of people in detention dropsThe federal government has closed a Victorian immigration detention centre, and plans
Women forced into marriage overseas asked to repay cost of return to UK

Women forced into marriage overseas asked to repay cost of return to UK

Foreign Office criticised for seeking to recoup outlay on victims’ fares and expensesThe Foreign Office is seeking to recoup the cost of repatriating young women who have been forced into marriages
Plane crash deaths jump sharply in 2018 – but fatalities 'still rare'

Plane crash deaths jump sharply in 2018 – but fatalities 'still rare'

Analysis shows that 500 people died in major accidents last year compared with none in 2017The number of people killed in plane crashes jumped sharply in 2018, according to new analysis.There were