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Canadian officials visit second citizen detained in China

Canadian officials visit second citizen detained in China

Ambassador meets Michael Spavor who was arrested last week; he and Michael Kovrig were held following Huawei boss’s arrest in Canada Canada’s ambassador to Beijing has met the second Canadian detained
Manchester moor fires exposed people to ‘shocking’ levels of harmful air

Manchester moor fires exposed people to ‘shocking’ levels of harmful air

Legal limit for daily exposure to damaging particulate matter was breached five timesMillions of people were exposed to “shocking” levels of harmful air as a result of moor fires that raged across
Labor conference: Ged Kearney says refugee platform will prevent torture and cruelty – live

Labor conference: Ged Kearney says refugee platform will prevent torture and cruelty – live

Chris Bowen says midyear economic and fiscal outlook shows the Coalition has ‘given up’ on budget repair. All the day’s events, live 7.16am GMT Shayne Neumann’s speech has been transcribed by his
Colin Kroll, HQ Trivia and Vine app co-founder, dies in New York aged 34

Colin Kroll, HQ Trivia and Vine app co-founder, dies in New York aged 34

Police find technology entrepreneur unconscious on his bed in Manhattan apartmentColin Kroll, a technology executive who co-founded the HQ Trivia app, has been found dead in New York at the age of
Brexit: PM to urge parliament not to 'break faith with the people'

Brexit: PM to urge parliament not to 'break faith with the people'

Theresa May’s statement aims to stifle growing demands for second referendum Theresa May will urge MPs on Monday not to “break faith with the British people” by demanding a second referendum, as she
Woman, 84, found alive after three days missing in Western Australian bush

Woman, 84, found alive after three days missing in Western Australian bush

Patricia Byrne discovered ‘weakened’ but walking along side of a road, rescuers sayThe family of an 84-year-old woman who went missing in a national park in Western Australia last week say they feel
Fifth victim of Strasbourg Christmas market shooting dies

Fifth victim of Strasbourg Christmas market shooting dies

The suspected attacker, Chérif Chekatt, was killed by police after two-day manhuntA fifth person has died of their injuries after Tuesday’s Christmas market attack in Strasbourg, French prosecutors
Anti-migrant protesters clash with police in Brussels

Anti-migrant protesters clash with police in Brussels

About 5,500 people attend rally organised by Belgian far-right party Vlaams BelangAt least 90 people have been arrested after anti-migration protesters clashed with police outside EU institutions in
Morning mail: climate efforts 'not enough', national parks threat, best TV of 2018

Morning mail: climate efforts 'not enough', national parks threat, best TV of 2018

Monday: Scientists warn that on current emissions targets the world will warm by 3C. Plus: Luke Buckmaster reveals his list of the year’s best in Australian television Good morning, this is Eleanor
Stephen Miller says Trump prepared to shut down government over border wall

Stephen Miller says Trump prepared to shut down government over border wall

Senior adviser says ‘We’re going to do whatever is necessary to build the border wall’A top aide to Donald Trump insisted on Sunday that the administration is prepared to shut down the government in
UK efforts in Iraq 'hindered by hostile immigration policy'

UK efforts in Iraq 'hindered by hostile immigration policy'

Projects to tackle aftermath of war are being frustrated or scuppered by visa rejections, organisers sayGovernment-backed projects to tackle the aftermath of the war in Iraq have been frustrated or
Attack on refugee mother in Bolton stokes local tension

Attack on refugee mother in Bolton stokes local tension

Critics say the town has taken a ‘disproportionately high’ number of asylum seekers in recent yearsHigh on a hill above Bolton on a sunny Sunday last June, a mother and three children were rushing for
Brexit: what options are mooted to break the stalemate?

Brexit: what options are mooted to break the stalemate?

From indicative votes to Norway Plus, the solutions currently under considerationAs Theresa May prepares to address parliament on Monday after Downing Street denied there were plans for a second
Giuliani: Trump interview with Mueller would happen 'over my dead body'

Giuliani: Trump interview with Mueller would happen 'over my dead body'

Trump’s personal lawyer says he fears investigators would try to trap the president into lyingDonald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, on Sunday ruled out a face to face interview between the
Examining human behaviour and bias | Letter

Examining human behaviour and bias | Letter

Eldar Shafir of Princeton University says implicit bias is often used to describe actions that go well beyondImplicit bias is frequently invoked these days, from racial bias in the classroom or in
Israeli minister: 'We hope Australia will fix the mistake they made' - video

Israeli minister: 'We hope Australia will fix the mistake they made' - video

Israel has signalled its displeasure with Australia's recognition of West Jerusalem as its capital. A minister close to Benjamin Netanyahu said it was a mistake to contradict the notion of Israeli
Michael Daley: the former Maroubra paperboy with his eye on NSW's top job

Michael Daley: the former Maroubra paperboy with his eye on NSW's top job

The man who would be premier cites two local members ‘who never lost the common touch’ as inspirationMaroubra. It’s not the sort of suburb that people usually get emotional about, but something
Jaguar Land Rover to 'axe up to 5,000 jobs'

Jaguar Land Rover to 'axe up to 5,000 jobs'

Analysts say carmaker will outline job cuts in new year as part of drive to combat Brexit and falling sales Jaguar Land Rover is planning to announce thousands of job cuts in the new year as part of a
Ortega condemned for 'rule by terror' after raids in Nicaragua

Ortega condemned for 'rule by terror' after raids in Nicaragua

Human Rights Watch criticises president after he took action against NGOs and mediaActivists and prominent members of Latin America’s left have condemned Nicaragua’s increasingly authoritarian regime
Egypt: 4,400-year-old tomb of high priest discovered - video report

Egypt: 4,400-year-old tomb of high priest discovered - video report

Egypt has announced the discovery of a well-preserved tomb decorated with hieroglyphs and statues south of Cairo. Officials expect more discoveries as archaeologists continue to excavate the site in