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Hakeem al-Araibi: calls grow for inquiry into police role in refugee footballer's arrest

Hakeem al-Araibi: calls grow for inquiry into police role in refugee footballer's arrest

Exclusive: Greens and the ACTU say parliament should investigate AFP’s role in the detention of Bahraini refugee in ThailandA parliamentary inquiry should examine the actions of the Australian federal
Women’s March 2019 – in pictures

Women’s March 2019 – in pictures

Thousands gathered across the globe to call for equality and the protection of women’s rights Continue reading...
Ministers agree to consider Lib Dem plans for new referendum

Ministers agree to consider Lib Dem plans for new referendum

Vince Cable says move follows cross-party talks on Brexit deadlock optionsCabinet ministers involved in cross-party talks on how to break the Brexit deadlock have given the first indication that they
Women around the world march against austerity and violence

Women around the world march against austerity and violence

Tens of thousands take to city streets to protest against violence and the impact of austerity on their livesPropelled by a mass public rendition of Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves and accompanied
Pelosi rejects Trump shutdown deal before president announces it

Pelosi rejects Trump shutdown deal before president announces it

President offers temporary concessions and demands wallLittle chance of progress as House speaker says noDonald Trump forged ahead on Saturday and proposed a deal to end the US government shutdown,
Two dead after pigeon droppings infection at Glasgow hospital

Two dead after pigeon droppings infection at Glasgow hospital

Patients believed to have inhaled cryptococcus at Queen Elizabeth University hospitalTwo patients have died at a hospital after contracting a fungal infection linked to pigeon droppings.The
Women's March 2019: Tens of thousands take to streets across the world – video

Women's March 2019: Tens of thousands take to streets across the world – video

Demonstrators march on the streets of Washington, Berlin and London on Saturday as part of the global Women's March to protest against violence against women and the impact of policies of
US airstrike in Somalia kills 52 al-Shabaab fighters, military says

US airstrike in Somalia kills 52 al-Shabaab fighters, military says

Africa Command says strike followed attack on Somali forcesExtremist group has claimed deadly attack on Kenya hotelThe US military said it carried out an airstrike in Somalia that killed 52 al-Shabaab
The wolf of no-deal Brexit – cartoon

The wolf of no-deal Brexit – cartoon

Unscrupulous business interests slaver at the prospect of crashing out of Europe Continue reading...
A naked escape and bribed presidents: El Chapo trial's shocking testimony

A naked escape and bribed presidents: El Chapo trial's shocking testimony

A New York court has heard how the Mexican drug lord Joaquín Guzmán eluded capture with his mistress while paying millions to politicians and policeThat Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán – on trial in New
Dinghies with 170 migrants on board missing in Med

Dinghies with 170 migrants on board missing in Med

Three survivors picked up by helicopter after 10 to 11 hours at sea, but charities fear worst after bodies seen in waterAn estimated 170 migrants have gone missing in the Mediterranean in two
Donald Trump hails 'incredible' meeting with North Korean envoy

Donald Trump hails 'incredible' meeting with North Korean envoy

President says ‘ a lot of progress’ made at White House talksMeeting with Kim Jong-un likely by end of FebruaryDonald Trump said on Saturday he had “an incredible” meeting with North Korea’s nuclear
Starmer: Labour 'must keep open' option of second referendum

Starmer: Labour 'must keep open' option of second referendum

Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer says remain option should be on ballot paperLabour must keep open the option of a second EU referendum with remain on the ballot paper, Keir Starmer has said.After
'Iraq on steroids': senator in Syria warning as Trump receives remains

'Iraq on steroids': senator in Syria warning as Trump receives remains

Lindsey Graham urges slowing of US withdrawalBodies of four Americans killed in Manbij to be repatriatedSenator Lindsey Graham said on Saturday he hoped Donald Trump would slow the US withdrawal from
Scores killed in Mexico pipeline explosion - video

Scores killed in Mexico pipeline explosion - video

A massive fireball that engulfed people collecting fuel gushing from a pipeline allegedly ruptured by thieves in central Mexico killed at least 66 people and badly burned more than 76Mexico explosion:
Thousands join Women's March across US as controversy dampens turnout

Thousands join Women's March across US as controversy dampens turnout

Rallies take place in cities from Washington to Los Angeles but an antisemitism row has overshadowed the buildupThe first Women’s March, held the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as president in
Police speak to Prince Philip after he is pictured driving again

Police speak to Prince Philip after he is pictured driving again

Duke reportedly back behind the wheel without a seatbelt as it is revealed councillors and police had clashed over speed cameras plans Police have spoken to the Duke of Edinburgh after he was pictured
Women around the world march against violence - live

Women around the world march against violence - live

Demonstrators gather for 80 events across 31 cities including London, Berlin and New York to protest violence against women and the gendered impact of austerity 9.08pm GMT At the conclusion of the
Home Office under fire for blocking new spy watchdog

Home Office under fire for blocking new spy watchdog

Surveillance expert Eric King vetoed from top job at IPCO over past associationsThe Home Office has prompted outrage by blocking the appointment of the man tasked with leading investigations into the
‘It’s like hell here’: Australia bakes as record temperatures nudge 50C

‘It’s like hell here’: Australia bakes as record temperatures nudge 50C

Fears rise for homeless and vulnerable people as communities brace for another week of relentless hot weatherIt was 48.9C last Tuesday in Port Augusta, South Australia, an old harbour city that now