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Working USB stick found in leopard seal's year-old frozen faeces

Working USB stick found in leopard seal's year-old frozen faeces

New Zealand puts out call to find owner of memory stick spotted in frozen poo sample A functioning USB stick has been found in the scat of a rare Antarctic leopard seal, prompting New Zealand’s
Second Trump and Kim summit to be held in Vietnam within weeks

Second Trump and Kim summit to be held in Vietnam within weeks

Meeting between US and North Korean leaders expected to take place in Da Nang or HanoiDonald Trump and Kim Jong-un are to hold their second summit in Vietnam at the end of February, the US president
Escape from Syria: the boys stranded after Isis fall

Escape from Syria: the boys stranded after Isis fall

The young children of an Islamic State fighter were abandoned in Syria after his death. But with the help of human rights lawyer Clive Stafford-Smith and reporter Joshua Surtees, the boys have been
Trump's second State of the Union – in pictures

Trump's second State of the Union – in pictures

The president delivered his annual speech in a House of Representatives controlled by DemocratsState of the Union – live Continue reading...
PM says he won't sack Tim Wilson over use of franking credits inquiry

PM says he won't sack Tim Wilson over use of franking credits inquiry

MP won’t rule out his fund manager relative Geoff Wilson as the funder of his website campaigning against Labor’s ‘retirement tax’Scott Morrison says he will not remove Tim Wilson as chair of
'Treated like cattle': Angelina Jolie takes aim at Myanmar over Rohingya plight

'Treated like cattle': Angelina Jolie takes aim at Myanmar over Rohingya plight

Hollywood star meets refugees in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district where 740,000 Rohingya have fled since August 2017Angelina Jolie has shared the stories of rape survivors during a visit to Rohingya
The Guardian Essential Report, 4 February results

The Guardian Essential Report, 4 February results

This report summarises the results of a weekly poll conducted by Essential Research with data provided by Your Source. Some questions are repeated regularly (such as political preference and
Liam Neeson: red carpet event cancelled following race attack remarks

Liam Neeson: red carpet event cancelled following race attack remarks

New York ceremony for film Cold Pursuit called off after actor said friend’s rape made him want to kill black manThe New York celebrity red carpet event on Tuesday for Liam Neeson’s new film Cold
Two arrested after man stabbed to death in south-west London

Two arrested after man stabbed to death in south-west London

Killing in Battersea comes just hours after police appeal for witnesses to two earlier knife attacksTwo men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a teenager was fatally stabbed in south-west
'Beggars belief': more endangered parrots exported from Australia

'Beggars belief': more endangered parrots exported from Australia

Warren Entsch demands investigation after German convicted kidnapper boasts about new shipment A government MP has said it “beggars belief” that more endangered Australian birds have been exported to
Ivanka Trump hits back at art exhibit of lookalike vacuuming breadcrumbs

Ivanka Trump hits back at art exhibit of lookalike vacuuming breadcrumbs

Exhibit shows a Trump lookalike pushing a vacuum cleaner and invites spectators to throw crumbs for her to clean upA new art exhibit at a Washington DC museum shows an Ivanka Trump lookalike pushing a
Productivity Commission suggests changes to Sydney airport's flight curfews

Productivity Commission suggests changes to Sydney airport's flight curfews

Caps on aircraft movements cause congestion and hit efficiency, draft report saysCaps on aircraft movements and flight curfews are restricting the efficiency of Sydney airport, according to the
Ivory Coast ex-president Gbagbo released to Belgium

Ivory Coast ex-president Gbagbo released to Belgium

Prosecution may appeal the acquittal by ICC on charges of crimes against humanityFormer Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo has been released on bail to Belgium following his acquittal by the
Scott Morrison won't call snap election if defeated on 'stupid' refugee transfer bill

Scott Morrison won't call snap election if defeated on 'stupid' refugee transfer bill

Prime minister says if government becomes first in 90 years to lose vote on floor of parliament, he will ‘simply ignore it’Scott Morrison has revealed his plan to move forward if his government
Alabama officer won't be charged for killing black man during mall shooting

Alabama officer won't be charged for killing black man during mall shooting

The officer had said he shot and killed Emantic ‘EJ’ Bradford, Jr because he thought Bradford was the gunman in a mall shootingA police officer will not face charges for killing a man he mistook for
Morning mail: Townsville dam scrutiny, Labor's Adani challenge, Davos and the far right

Morning mail: Townsville dam scrutiny, Labor's Adani challenge, Davos and the far right

Wednesday: Questions raised over management of Ross River dam. Plus: the cosy relationship between Davos elites and far-right populistsGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main
Nobel peace prize winner Oscar Árias accused of sexual assault

Nobel peace prize winner Oscar Árias accused of sexual assault

Former president of Costa Rica denies claim from nuclear disarmament activist that he sexually assaulted her in 2014 Oscar Árias, the Costa Rican former president and Nobel peace prize laureate, has
Vietnamese blogger vanishes after fleeing to Thailand

Vietnamese blogger vanishes after fleeing to Thailand

Radio Free Asia editors last heard from Truong Duy Nhat on 26 January, a day after he applied for refugee status with the UN A Vietnamese blogger for Radio Free Asia has vanished after fleeing to
Deportation flights: ministers pandering to far right, says Lammy

Deportation flights: ministers pandering to far right, says Lammy

MP attacks decision to deport people to Jamaica before Windrush inquiry concludesLawyers have made eleventh-hour attempts to prevent the removal of several people scheduled to travel imminently on a
In Belfast the only consensus on Brexit is a huge, collective groan

In Belfast the only consensus on Brexit is a huge, collective groan

Backstop? No backstop? As May woos supporters, old rivals agree: all the options are doomed Theresa May visited Northern Ireland this week to pitch a deal that will “command broad support”. But on