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PNG reporter set to be reinstated after suspension over Apec Maseratis story

PNG reporter set to be reinstated after suspension over Apec Maseratis story

EMTV, which is owned by state-owned Telikom PNG, confirmed Scott Waide was suspended on government ordersA senior Papua New Guinean journalist was set to be reinstated following widespread protests
'When you rescue a trafficked child it's like saving a life'

'When you rescue a trafficked child it's like saving a life'

The window available to identify and assist the huge number of trafficked children passing through Old Delhi station is fleeting. Yet, as India ramps up rescue efforts, there is real progressHalf a
Zimbabwe: opposition leaders launch new attempt to share power

Zimbabwe: opposition leaders launch new attempt to share power

Political uncertainty remains as ousted president Mugabe is bedridden and unable to walkOpposition leaders in Zimbabwe say they will launch a new attempt this week to put pressure on the president,
Why the Queen's secret 'Palace letters' about Gough Whitlam should be released

Why the Queen's secret 'Palace letters' about Gough Whitlam should be released

The long-running case over the Queen’s secret correspondence on the 1975 dismissal is heading back to courtThe long-running “Palace letters” case over the Queen’s secret correspondence regarding the
Tear gas and trouble: migrants meet hostility at the US border – in pictures

Tear gas and trouble: migrants meet hostility at the US border – in pictures

Migrants, including young children, have been enveloped with teargas after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries Continue reading...
More than 140 pilot whales die in 'heartbreaking' New Zealand stranding

More than 140 pilot whales die in 'heartbreaking' New Zealand stranding

A hiker camping in remote Stewart Island alerted authorities to the discovery More than 140 pilot whales have died on a remote New Zealand beach, the latest in a recent string of whale strandings and
National Australia Bank boss accused of trying to shift blame to departed executive – live

National Australia Bank boss accused of trying to shift blame to departed executive – live

NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn asked about bank’s response to cases where clients were charged advice fees when they had no adviser. Follow all today’s developments 4.19am GMT Orr takes Henry to
'Left behind' coastal communities receive £1m funding boost

'Left behind' coastal communities receive £1m funding boost

Seaside towns to get regeneration money to save heritage assets and landmarksMore than two dozen coastal communities in England are to receive regeneration funding to preserve historical landmarks and
US Hispanics descended from Sephardic Jews seek Spanish citizenship

US Hispanics descended from Sephardic Jews seek Spanish citizenship

Spanish law offering citizenship to descendants of expelled Jews received jump in applications after 2016 electionRob Martínez is a proud New Mexican, proud of his culture and proud of a genealogy
Jacinda Ardern urged to protect China critic after 'harassment'

Jacinda Ardern urged to protect China critic after 'harassment'

Human rights workers and intellectuals use open letter to demand New Zealand PM speak out in support of academic freedoms Dozens of New Zealand academics, human rights workers and intellectuals have
Unesco accepts historic joint Korean bid to recognise traditional wrestling

Unesco accepts historic joint Korean bid to recognise traditional wrestling

Two nations combine forces to list ssireum, a type of traditional wrestling, with the UN for the first time, in further sign of rapprochement North and South Korea marked a new step in their
May to warn MPs that rejecting Brexit deal would put UK 'back to square one'

May to warn MPs that rejecting Brexit deal would put UK 'back to square one'

The PM faces a battle to get her plan, which Jeremy Corbyn has called ‘a miserable failure’, through parliamentTheresa May will take the high-stakes battle to save her Brexit plan and her premiership
Kerryn Phelps condemns offshore detention in first speech – as it happened

Kerryn Phelps condemns offshore detention in first speech – as it happened

On first day of minority government, independent member for Wentworth says ‘we must find a compassionate compromise’. This blog is now closed.Victorian Liberal moderates unload on party hardliners
Mexico to deport up to 500 migrants who tried to cross US border

Mexico to deport up to 500 migrants who tried to cross US border

US briefly shuts crossing and fires teargas to repel groups of people including children Mexico plans to deport up to 500 people who tried to “violently” and “illegally” cross the border into the US
Morning mail: Coalition poll slump, implants scandal, Trump endgame

Morning mail: Coalition poll slump, implants scandal, Trump endgame

Monday: Newspoll brings more bad news for the Coalition after Victorian election wipeout. Plus: faulty medical implants harming patientsGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main
Top Democrats accuse Trump of lying about CIA's Jamal Khashoggi report

Top Democrats accuse Trump of lying about CIA's Jamal Khashoggi report

Trump denied that US intelligence blamed Saudi crown princeAdam Schiff: ‘I think the president is being dishonest’Trump at bay: Democrats load ‘subpoena cannon’Senior Democrats in Congress have
John Kasich and Democrat Sherrod Brown hint at 2020 presidential runs

John Kasich and Democrat Sherrod Brown hint at 2020 presidential runs

Ohio senator Brown ‘seriously thinking about it’Outgoing Ohio governor Kasich considering ‘very seriously’Not since John F Kennedy in 1960 has a president won the White House without winning Ohio. On
Brexit deal: which obstacles await May in parliament?

Brexit deal: which obstacles await May in parliament?

Brexiters, DUP, Labour or Tory MPs eyeing second referendum could all scupper PM’s plansIf Theresa May is to get her Brexit deal through parliament, these are the groups she will have to convince:
Copa Libertadores: second leg of final called off again hours before kick-off

Copa Libertadores: second leg of final called off again hours before kick-off

• Match was set for Saturday but postponed after bus attack • Rescheduled game called off again on SundayIt had been dubbed the final to end all finals, but nobody has any idea if or when it will ever
Macron to respond to grievances of low-paid in France after protests

Macron to respond to grievances of low-paid in France after protests

Minister says it is ‘time to listen’ but president expected to hold firm on fuel tax riseThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, has said the government must present a “clear answer” to the anger of