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Jewish museum killer sentenced to life in prison

Jewish museum killer sentenced to life in prison

Mehdi Nemmouche shot dead four people in Brussels in 2014 after returning from SyriaThe French jihadist who shot dead four people in a terrorist attack at a Jewish museum has been sentenced to life in
Uzbekistan: who is Gulnara Karimova? – video profile

Uzbekistan: who is Gulnara Karimova? – video profile

Gulnara Karimova is the eldest daughter of Islam Karimov, who ruled Uzbekistan for 27 years until his death in 2016. Karimova was one of the richest and most privileged people in post-Soviet Central
Hal Blaine, drummer who dominated mid-century pop, dies aged 90

Hal Blaine, drummer who dominated mid-century pop, dies aged 90

Drummer behind iconic Be My Baby rhythm as well as hits by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Simon & Garfunkel described as ‘greatest ever’ by Brian WilsonHal Blaine, one of pop music’s most
Jobs, roads and schools: Mexico's new president makes a play for El Chapo's homeland

Jobs, roads and schools: Mexico's new president makes a play for El Chapo's homeland

Farmers in the impoverished region long ignored by the state have for decades scratched out a living from marijuana plantations and opium cropsA campesina calling herself Leocanda recently left her
Penny Wong says Labor unable to entirely reverse Coalition's cuts to aid budget

Penny Wong says Labor unable to entirely reverse Coalition's cuts to aid budget

Shadow foreign minister says Australia’s interests undermined by $11bn cut since 2013Penny Wong says it is impossible for Labor to entirely reverse Australia’s foreign policy cuts, accusing the
Saudi plane turns around after mother forgets baby at airport

Saudi plane turns around after mother forgets baby at airport

‘May God be with us. Can we come back?’ says pilot during midair emergencyA Malaysia-bound plane had to turn back to Saudi Arabia after a passenger realised she had left her baby in the terminal.The
'We call it survival': Venezuelans improvise solutions as blackout continues

'We call it survival': Venezuelans improvise solutions as blackout continues

With the crisis in its sixth day, neighbors are sharing generators, contraband supplies and skills for survivalAt a street corner in eastern Caracas, Rosa Elena stepped from her car and started
Bloody Sunday: Derry awaits decision on possible murder trial

Bloody Sunday: Derry awaits decision on possible murder trial

Prosecutors are preparing to announce whether Parachute Regiment soldiers should face trial for murderAlmost half a century after the 1972 Bloody Sunday killings inflamed Northern Ireland’s Troubles,
Fighting a 'double curse': Afghanistan's hopefuls for Paralympic gold | Stefanie Glinski

Fighting a 'double curse': Afghanistan's hopefuls for Paralympic gold | Stefanie Glinski

Prejudice faced by Afghan women with a disability has proved no barrier to its national wheelchair basketball team Nilofar Bayat played her first game of wheelchair basketball in an open court in the
On the fury road: the Mad Max-inspired desert festival – in pictures

On the fury road: the Mad Max-inspired desert festival – in pictures

Joe Pettet-Smith photographs Wasteland Weekend, where 4,000 enthusiasts recreate the world of Mad MaxEvery year since 2011, thousands of fans of George Miller’s cult film Mad Max gather on the edge of
Chance of no-deal Brexit has 'significantly increased', says EU – as it happened

Chance of no-deal Brexit has 'significantly increased', says EU – as it happened

Statement from Donald Tusk’s spokesman comes after Theresa May’s Brexit deal suffers second heavy defeatFull story: MPs defeat May’s Brexit deal by 149 votesHow did your MP vote on May’s Brexit
Morrison government has not ruled out supporting coal, energy minister says

Morrison government has not ruled out supporting coal, energy minister says

Angus Taylor says Coalition assessing new projects despite pushback from moderate Liberals, but says taxpayers will only support ‘viable’ projects The energy minister Angus Taylor has confirmed the
Tuesday briefing: 'It is this deal, or Brexit might not happen,' says EU

Tuesday briefing: 'It is this deal, or Brexit might not happen,' says EU

Juncker warns May as PM claims ‘improved’ backstop … Boeing told to make ‘mandatory changes’ … and what chimps teach us about politiciansGood morning this is Alison Rourke bringing you today’s
What animals can teach us about politics

What animals can teach us about politics

Decades of studying primates has convinced me that animal politics are not so different from our own – and even in the wild, leadership is about much more than being a bully. By Frans de WaalIn July
Gulnara Karimova: new details emerge in story of Uzbekistan's first daughter

Gulnara Karimova: new details emerge in story of Uzbekistan's first daughter

Iman Karimova describes the arrest of her mother and being held captive near TashkentPolice raids, an ad hoc trial, and an aide who committed suicide by drinking vinegar: the 20-year-old daughter of
Google must be broken up due to its 'overwhelming' power, News Corp says

Google must be broken up due to its 'overwhelming' power, News Corp says

Media giant tells Australian inquiry Google’s search engine and advertising platform should be separatedGoogle should be broken up to restore a level playing field for media companies swamped by its
Rodrigo Duterte calls women at gender-equality event 'bitches'

Rodrigo Duterte calls women at gender-equality event 'bitches'

Philippines president tells almost exclusively female audience of military and police they are ‘crazy women’The president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, has continued his offensive rhetoric
'We won't stop striking': US students taking a stand over climate change

'We won't stop striking': US students taking a stand over climate change

American student activists are joining the global fray and helping to organize the first nationwide strike on 15 MarchAlexandria Villasenor looks a slightly incongruous figure to stage a lengthy
Western powers using Christianity to 'subvert' China, says religious official

Western powers using Christianity to 'subvert' China, says religious official

Head of state-sanctioned Protestant churches in China says ‘anti-China forces in the west’ are trying to interfere with social stabilityThe head of China’s state-sanctioned Protestant church has
New Zealand doctors move clinics outside in bid to stop measles' spread

New Zealand doctors move clinics outside in bid to stop measles' spread

Vaccinations taking place in car parks to reduce risk of infectious disease being transmitted in crowded clinicsDoctors are treating unimmunised New Zealanders in carparks and outdoor areas in an