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Crowdfunding campaign to free Indigenous women 'shocked' by WA government response

Crowdfunding campaign to free Indigenous women 'shocked' by WA government response

Sisters Inside, which is raising funds to pay off court fines of Aboriginal women, says government has tried to ‘discredit’ itThe organisation behind a funding campaign that has raised almost $300,000
Abu Bakar Bashir must renounce radicalism before release, says Indonesia

Abu Bakar Bashir must renounce radicalism before release, says Indonesia

President changes tack after agreeing to release alleged mastermind behind Bali bombings on humanitarian groundsIndonesia’s president says the alleged mastermind behind the Bali bombings won’t be
Drone sightings halt flights at New York's second-biggest airport

Drone sightings halt flights at New York's second-biggest airport

Pair of drones spotted near Newark airport, pausing arrivals weeks after a similar incident at London’s Gatwick airportReports of two drone sightings temporarily halted arrivals at the second largest
Anger in New Zealand over interview with leader of gang accused of sexually assaulting girls

Anger in New Zealand over interview with leader of gang accused of sexually assaulting girls

Joseph Parker, who led ‘Roast Busters’ group that boasted of sex with underage girls, has also launched fundraiser for his music careerWomen’s advocacy groups have criticised the decision to broadcast
Deaths of Saudi sisters found bound together in New York river ruled suicide

Deaths of Saudi sisters found bound together in New York river ruled suicide

Bodies of Rotana Farea and Tala Farea were found taped together, lying on rocks along the river last OctoberThe tragic and mysterious death of two Saudi Arabian sisters whose bodies were found, taped
Aiia Maasarwe: commemorations in Israel as murdered student returned

Aiia Maasarwe: commemorations in Israel as murdered student returned

Exchange student murdered in Melbourne is making her final journey home to Baka al-Gharbiyye, north of Tel AvivAs murdered exchange student Aiia Maasarwe makes her final journey to Israel, thousands
'When to Ambae?' Volcano-hit islanders long for home – in pictures

'When to Ambae?' Volcano-hit islanders long for home – in pictures

The violent Manaro Voui volcano forced the people of Vanuatu’s Ambae island to flee their home numerous times over the last year. After living in makeshift camps on surrounding islands, the displaced
Supreme court to hear biggest gun rights case since 2010

Supreme court to hear biggest gun rights case since 2010

Case is a challenge to New York City’s limits on handgun owners transporting their firearms outside of the home, claiming they violate second amendment rights The conservative-majority US supreme
Irish PM: bilateral deal needed with May if UK crashes out of EU

Irish PM: bilateral deal needed with May if UK crashes out of EU

Leo Varadkar suggests for first time a separate customs agreement to avoid checksThe Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, has said the UK and Ireland would have to negotiate a bilateral agreement on
Spanish ‘wolf pack’ face new charge of sex crime

Spanish ‘wolf pack’ face new charge of sex crime

Four men accused of sexual abuse two months before Pamplona attack for which they were cleared of rape Spanish prosecutors have brought another sex crime charge against four men calling themselves
Heatwave could topple Adelaide's 80-year-old temperature record of 46.1C

Heatwave could topple Adelaide's 80-year-old temperature record of 46.1C

Bureau of meteorology forecasts a high of 45C in Adelaide with the heat to be worse this week than lastAdelaide’s 80-year-old heat record could topple this week, while in Tasmania emergency warnings
Bolsonaro's Davos debut overshadowed by growing scandal around son

Bolsonaro's Davos debut overshadowed by growing scandal around son

Flávio Bolsonaro denies Brazilian newspaper claims he once employed the mother and wife of an alleged death squad leader Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, has used his international debut
Union calls for Uber drivers and Airbnb hosts facing tax crackdown to be protected

Union calls for Uber drivers and Airbnb hosts facing tax crackdown to be protected

Treasury to reveal plans for new income-reporting regime to ensure people working in the gig economy pay fair share of taxThe Transport Workers Union of Australia has condemned the federal
Companies press Brexit panic button in further blow to Theresa May

Companies press Brexit panic button in further blow to Theresa May

P&O opts for Cypriot flag, Sony confirms HQ move and Pets at Home stockpiles cat foodThe scale of no-deal panic gripping major companies has been thrown into sharp focus by a series of
Phone hacking was widespread at the Sun, high court told

Phone hacking was widespread at the Sun, high court told

Court also hears Elton John close to settling phone-hacking claim with paper’s publisher The high court has been told that phone hacking was widespread at the Sun, despite strong denials from Rupert
UK cold snap brings warning of ice and calls to slow down on roads

UK cold snap brings warning of ice and calls to slow down on roads

Met Office’s yellow ‘be aware’ warning in place for most of UK as snow falls in some placesA warning of icy conditions has been put in place for almost the whole of the UK until Wednesday morning,
Venezuela street clashes and military unrest pile pressure on Maduro

Venezuela street clashes and military unrest pile pressure on Maduro

Opposition plans nationwide demonstrations on WednesdayProtests rock once-loyal working-class neighbourhoodsA foiled military uprising, violent protests across the capital, and planned nationwide
Morning mail: transgender ban upheld, Pacific TV 'bad policy', Oscar nominations revealed

Morning mail: transgender ban upheld, Pacific TV 'bad policy', Oscar nominations revealed

Wednesday: US supreme court votes 5-4 to allow Trump administration to limit transgender people from serving in military. Plus: Roma and The Favourite top the list of Academy award nominationsGood
Tower block residents face uncertainty as new tests of materials launched

Tower block residents face uncertainty as new tests of materials launched

Housing minister orders combustibility tests on materials different from those used on Grenfell Tower New safety fears about high-rise blocks clad in materials different from those used on Grenfell
'At last, I can sleep': brothers kidnapped by Isis reunited with mother in Syria

'At last, I can sleep': brothers kidnapped by Isis reunited with mother in Syria

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters lends private jet to get abandoned boys out of Syria after the Guardian revealed their plightThe children of an Islamic State fighter who were abandoned in Syria have been