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Police officers attacked with unknown liquid in Derby

Police officers attacked with unknown liquid in Derby

Several officers taken to hospital after ‘deplorable’ attack in city centreSeveral police officers have been taken to hospital after being sprayed with an unknown liquid in what is being described as
Brexiters' language worsens threats against MPs – Nicky Morgan

Brexiters' language worsens threats against MPs – Nicky Morgan

Former minister’s comments come as PM faces renewed plots to depose herNicky Morgan has blamed the language used by some vehement Conservative Brexiters of helping to inspire threats against MPs, as
Kalashnikovs and no-go zones: east Burkina Faso falls to militants

Kalashnikovs and no-go zones: east Burkina Faso falls to militants

Locals say they live in fear of violence and face harsh punishment for breaking rules When a stranger arrives in Bartiébougou, the Kalashnikov-wielding men in charge check his ID. But first they check
Three children of Asos billionaire killed in Sri Lanka attacks

Three children of Asos billionaire killed in Sri Lanka attacks

All but one of Anders Holch Povlsen’s four children have died after series of explosionsSri Lanka bombings: latest updatesThree children of the billionaire fashion tycoon behind Asos have been killed
'Empty Spain’: country grapples with towns fading from the map

'Empty Spain’: country grapples with towns fading from the map

The doctor visits once a week in Sayatón, an hour from Madrid. In the 28 April elections, vanishing towns like this could be a key issueJust over an hour’s drive from Madrid, well beyond the
Barnaby Joyce dodges questions about who profited from water buyback in combative interview

Barnaby Joyce dodges questions about who profited from water buyback in combative interview

Former agriculture minister says he has ‘no problems whatsoever’ with unredacted documents about transaction being releasedBarnaby Joyce has attempted to pin blame for a controversial $80m water
Sri Lanka terrorist attacks among world's worst since 9/11

Sri Lanka terrorist attacks among world's worst since 9/11

Death toll from Easter Sunday’s eight bomb blasts nears 300, with 500 others injuredSri Lanka bombings: latest updatesThe wave of bombings on Sunday targeting churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka
Exercise helped with my anxiety - but I became obsessed. Therapy was the answer

Exercise helped with my anxiety - but I became obsessed. Therapy was the answer

It wasn’t until I had a back injury that I realised how extreme my gym habit had become – and admitted that I needed helpThe first time I went for a run as an adult, I was at university and had been
Trump's EPA wants to put a toxic mine in pristine Alaska. What could go wrong? | Kim Heacox

Trump's EPA wants to put a toxic mine in pristine Alaska. What could go wrong? | Kim Heacox

Pebble Mine is just the latest story of greedy men exploiting nature for profit, and leaving us with the nasty side-effects Back in my youth, while in Montana, I came across Berkeley Pit, called “the
'Devastated': huge area of Yorkshire moorland destroyed by fire

'Devastated': huge area of Yorkshire moorland destroyed by fire

National Trust says fire above village of Marsden was started by a barbecueThe National Trust has said it is “devastated” after more than 700 acres of moorland, home to an endangered species of bird,
Campaign catchup 2019: Morrison feels pressure on water 'scandal'

Campaign catchup 2019: Morrison feels pressure on water 'scandal'

Day 12: Labor pursues Coalition over Murray-Darling water buybacks and Shorten dodges questions on AdaniWater, water everywhere, was the theme of the campaign today, with the government under mounting
Baby dies in arms of passenger on AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur to Perth

Baby dies in arms of passenger on AirAsia flight from Kuala Lumpur to Perth

Perth woman on flight says two-month-old girl with her Saudi parents had been restless from take-offA two-month-old baby has died in the arms of a fellow passenger following a medical emergency
Is Benjamin Netanyahu about to go rogue in Jerusalem? All the signs are there | Mick Dumper

Is Benjamin Netanyahu about to go rogue in Jerusalem? All the signs are there | Mick Dumper

Flushed with election success and politically tooled-up with Trump’s support, he now has the holy Islamic sites in his sightsIs Israel lining up its ducks for another dramatic unilateral action in
Who was Leonardo da Vinci and what can we learn from him?

Who was Leonardo da Vinci and what can we learn from him?

As Europe prepares to mark the 500th anniversary of his death, we look at his achievements in art, science – and even flightLeonardo was born in 1452, apparently in a Tuscan village called Anchiano,
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn hit with fresh charge in Japan

Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn hit with fresh charge in Japan

Prosecutors file fourth formal indictment for allegedly siphoning company funds for personal useJapanese prosecutors have charged the former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn with aggravated breach of
Pearl farming in Japan – in pictures

Pearl farming in Japan – in pictures

Japan still dominates the global cultured pearl market, despite a fall in specialised pearl farmers. In the past 10 years it has produced annually about 20 tonnes of farmed pearls Continue reading...
Asia's longest-fighting communist guerrillas – in pictures

Asia's longest-fighting communist guerrillas – in pictures

The fight for communism is alive in the mountains of the Philippines, where the New People’s Army is celebrating 50 years since it took up arms. The armed wing of the Communist party of the
America's new voting machines bring new fears of election tampering

America's new voting machines bring new fears of election tampering

In 2020, many jurisdictions will offer voters a paper trail. But the systems involved are far from foolproofPart two: the firms that own America’s voting systemBy design, tens of millions of votes are
'The harder you look the more you find': Nepal's hidden leprosy | Rebecca Ratcliffe

'The harder you look the more you find': Nepal's hidden leprosy | Rebecca Ratcliffe

Almost two decades ago the World Health Organization declared leprosy eliminated, but millions of cases go undiagnosedOne summer’s morning Paniya Sardar noticed a strange mark on her leg. It was the
Non-EEA migrants on Irish trawlers gain new immigration rights

Non-EEA migrants on Irish trawlers gain new immigration rights

Move comes after union took Irish government to court for facilitating modern slaveryAfrican and Asian migrants working on Irish fishing trawlers are to be given new immigration rights to protect them