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Four 'tinnie terrorists' jailed over plot to overthrow Philippines government

Four 'tinnie terrorists' jailed over plot to overthrow Philippines government

All six plead guilty for their roles in 2016 plot to sail a fishing boat from Australia to southern PhilippinesFour men, part of a group dubbed “tinnie terrorists”, have been jailed for their roles in
Why ‘Trump country’ isn’t as Republican as you think

Why ‘Trump country’ isn’t as Republican as you think

Appalachia wasn’t always conservative. In Virginia’s coal country, a long history of grassroots organising is inspiring a new wave of activism. By Elizabeth CatteWhen my grandfather was a child, his
Mao and Chou put glow on Richard Nixon’s day - archive, 22 February  1972

Mao and Chou put glow on Richard Nixon’s day - archive, 22 February 1972

22 February 1972: Richard Nixon begins a seven-day visit to the People’s Republic of China - the first visit to the country by a US presidentPeking, February 21 Capping one of the most improbable of
Ireland steps up effort to shelter economy from no-deal Brexit

Ireland steps up effort to shelter economy from no-deal Brexit

Bill readied amid concerns over impact on agriculture, food processing and transportIreland is accelerating preparations for a no-deal Brexit amid growing alarm that parts of the Irish economy could
Jacinda Ardern tells Scott Morrison Australia's deportation policy 'corrosive'

Jacinda Ardern tells Scott Morrison Australia's deportation policy 'corrosive'

New Zealand takes a dim view of deporting people who moved to Australia as children, Ardern saysAustralia’s policy of deporting New Zealand citizens with criminal records has become “corrosive” to the
Warren Mundine steps down from company that won contracts for Indigenous job services

Warren Mundine steps down from company that won contracts for Indigenous job services

Decision to grant Mundine $320,000 for his television show on Sky News also raises questions during Senate estimates Warren Mundine will step down – over a perceived conflict of interest – as chairman
China coal imports: 'no basis' to claims there is a ban, minister says

China coal imports: 'no basis' to claims there is a ban, minister says

Simon Birmingham says speculation about diplomatic tension is unhelpful and there is no evidence measures are aimed at Australia The government has “no basis to believe that there is a ban on
India again threatens to restrict flow of river water to Pakistan as tension builds

India again threatens to restrict flow of river water to Pakistan as tension builds

Water resources minister says country will divert supply to people in Jammu, Kashmir and Punjab after deadly attackAn Indian government minister has reiterated the country’s plan to restrict the flow
Cyclone Oma eases but Queensland and NSW weather warnings remain

Cyclone Oma eases but Queensland and NSW weather warnings remain

While the cyclone watch for Queensland’s southern coast and northern New South Wales has been cancelled, strong winds and dangerous surf conditions continueA cyclone watch for Queensland’s southern
North Korea appeals for food aid as regime cuts rations due to drought and sanctions

North Korea appeals for food aid as regime cuts rations due to drought and sanctions

Nation facing 1.4 million ton shortfall as UN estimates that around half of the population is in need of extra suppliesNorth Korea has issued an international appeal for help to combat food shortages
Fears for Uighur comedian missing amid crackdown on cultural figures

Fears for Uighur comedian missing amid crackdown on cultural figures

Arslan Mijit Hidayat worked for a government arts troupe for 30 years, but his family fear he has been taken into a re-education camp Arslan Mijit Hidayat says there is not a single Uighur who has not
Winter storms bring rare snowfall to Las Vegas and Los Angeles

Winter storms bring rare snowfall to Las Vegas and Los Angeles

Authorities closed portions of main routes from Las Vegas to Los Angeles and Phoenix because of snow, ice and limited visibilityFebruary storms have brought rare snowfall to the United States’
Japan’s Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroid

Japan’s Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroid

The probe was due to fire a pellet into the surface of the asteroid to try to capture dustA Japanese spacecraft has successfully touched down on a speeding asteroid 300 million kilometres from the
James Gargasoulas jailed for life over Bourke Street massacre

James Gargasoulas jailed for life over Bourke Street massacre

The 29-year-old will serve a minimum of 46 years for the murder of six people in Melbourne on 20 January 2017Melbourne’s Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been jailed for life for committing
Two sons of El Chapo indicted in US on drug conspiracy charges

Two sons of El Chapo indicted in US on drug conspiracy charges

Prosecutors allege the brothers conspired to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana into the StatesTwo sons of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman have been indicted on drug
Man charged with murder of Islamists’ brother in Brighton

Man charged with murder of Islamists’ brother in Brighton

Daniel Macleod from south London was charged after fatal attack on Abdul Deghayes, 22Police have charged a man with the murder of a brother of two British teenagers killed fighting for Islamists in
House price falls in Sydney and Melbourne not all bad, Reserve Bank head says

House price falls in Sydney and Melbourne not all bad, Reserve Bank head says

Philip Lowe says he doesn’t see a strong case to change monetary policy in near termDeclining house prices in Sydney and Melbourne should not come as a surprise and are not all bad news, the Reserve
Venezuela crisis threatens disease epidemic across continent - experts

Venezuela crisis threatens disease epidemic across continent - experts

Collapse of Venezuela’s healthcare system could fuel spread of malaria and other diseases across regionExperts have warned of an epidemic of diseases such as malaria and dengue on an unprecedented
Bear Grylls could face fine after killing and boiling a frog

Bear Grylls could face fine after killing and boiling a frog

Bulgarian officials considering action over breach of rules for protected areasEnvironment officials in Bulgaria are considering fining British adventurer Bear Grylls over an episode of his Running
World's food supply under 'severe threat' from loss of biodiversity

World's food supply under 'severe threat' from loss of biodiversity

Plants, insects and organisms crucial to food production in steep decline, says UNThe world’s capacity to produce food is being undermined by humanity’s failure to protect biodiversity, according to