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New Zealand cuts dozens of Anzac events over Christchurch terror risk

New Zealand cuts dozens of Anzac events over Christchurch terror risk

Total number of gatherings in Auckland reduced from 84 to 26 in wake of mosque shootingsMore than 50 Anzac events and parades have been cut in New Zealand’s largest city at the request of police, as
India: police charge Catholic bishop with raping nun

India: police charge Catholic bishop with raping nun

Franco Mulakkal denies multiple charges, including unlawful detention, in southern state of Kerala Police on Tuesday charged an Indian bishop with repeatedly raping a nun at a rural convent in a case
Dalai Lama, 83, taken to hospital with chest infection

Dalai Lama, 83, taken to hospital with chest infection

Tibetan spiritual leader to spend a few days in hospital in Delhi after feeling ‘some discomfort’The Dalai Lama has been admitted to hospital in Delhi with a chest infection, an aide said, adding that
Porter attacks Shorten over attending Huang Xiangmo's daughter's wedding – politics live

Porter attacks Shorten over attending Huang Xiangmo's daughter's wedding – politics live

Attendance two years ago goes to Labor leader’s ‘credibility’, attorney general says, after Shorten’s comments over Dutton meeting. All the day’s events, live 5.47am BST The National Farmers’
US casino giant Wynn ends takeover talks with James Packer's Crown Resorts

US casino giant Wynn ends takeover talks with James Packer's Crown Resorts

Las Vegas casino operator confirmed it had ended discussions after potential deal was leakedWynn Resorts abruptly ended buyout talks with Australia’s largest casino operator after word of a potential
Coalition pledges water licence buy back after report into Darling River fish kills

Coalition pledges water licence buy back after report into Darling River fish kills

Government commissioned report also recommends greater transparency, compliance and monitoring of water usage The federal government has committed to buy back “A class” water licenses issued under the
Louisiana: advocates concerned after three black churches burned in a week

Louisiana: advocates concerned after three black churches burned in a week

NAACP president called fires ‘domestic terrorism’ as civil rights advocates believe black congregations are being targetedAfter three churches in central Louisiana were destroyed by fire in little
Israel election: Netanyahu and rival Gantz tied with 97% of vote counted – live updates

Israel election: Netanyahu and rival Gantz tied with 97% of vote counted – live updates

Polling suggests the race for prime minister will be tight, as Benjamin Netanyahu runs against Benny GantzFull story: Netanyahu appears on track for victory despite tied result 11.23am BST The Indian
Disciplinary action for police officers over Shana Grice murder

Disciplinary action for police officers over Shana Grice murder

Sussex police failed to protect her against Michael Lane, who stalked and killed her in 2016Police officers are to face disciplinary charges over the case of a woman murdered after being stalked by
Justine Damond shooting 'a perfect storm with tragic consequences',  court hears

Justine Damond shooting 'a perfect storm with tragic consequences', court hears

Mohamed Noor fatally shot Damond as she approached his car after calling 911 to report a possible sexual assaultA Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed the Australian life coach Justine
Lori Loughlin among parents facing new charges in college bribery case

Lori Loughlin among parents facing new charges in college bribery case

Money laundering charge against some parents comes after others, including Felicity Huffman, agreed to plead guiltyThe Full House star Lori Loughlin, her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli,
Trump says he's 'not looking' to restart family separation immigration policy

Trump says he's 'not looking' to restart family separation immigration policy

President also falsely claimed ‘Obama separated children’ as White House plans to remove more homeland security personnelFollow the latest in US politics – liveDonald Trump has said he will not
Trump on border cages: 'President Obama separated the children' – video

Trump on border cages: 'President Obama separated the children' – video

President Trump said on Tuesday that he would not restart child separation at the border, blaming his predecessor President Obama for the policy. Previously footage had shown children being separated
Uproar in Algeria as ally of former president named new leader

Uproar in Algeria as ally of former president named new leader

Appointment of regime stalwart is met with opposition boycott and fresh protestsAlgerian lawmakers have appointed a regime stalwart as the country’s first new president in two decades, to the dismay
UN postpones Libya national conference amid fighting in Tripoli

UN postpones Libya national conference amid fighting in Tripoli

Decision comes as a blow to those hoping it would smooth path to democratic electionsThe United Nations has been forced to postpone a carefully planned and potentially watershed national conference on
Former fire chiefs warn Australia unprepared for escalating climate threat

Former fire chiefs warn Australia unprepared for escalating climate threat

Major parties must recognise ‘national firefighting assets’ are needed to fight worsening natural disasters, say fire expertsMore than 20 former fire and emergency chiefs from multiple states and
Brexit already causing medicine shortages at pharmacies in England

Brexit already causing medicine shortages at pharmacies in England

Concession-priced medicine list is longest it has been since system was introducedBrexit has contributed to a shortage of certain medicines at pharmacies in England, according to a body that
Mussolini’s great-grandson claims Facebook suspended his account

Mussolini’s great-grandson claims Facebook suspended his account

Caio Mussolini says apparent deletion of social media account is ‘discrimination’Far-right Italian activists and politicians, including the great-grandson of Benito Mussolini, have accused Facebook of
The Guardian view on Julian Assange: it would be wrong to extradite him | Editorial

The Guardian view on Julian Assange: it would be wrong to extradite him | Editorial

The WikiLeaks founder has been in Ecuador’s embassy in London since 2012. Clear judgment will be required if he now leaves his self-imposed retreatIt is almost seven years since the WikiLeaks founder
‘Inspiring’ protester becomes symbol of resistance for Sudanese women

‘Inspiring’ protester becomes symbol of resistance for Sudanese women

The woman at a Khartoum demonstration ‘was trying to give hope,’ says eyewitnessThe image is striking: a young woman, alone, standing above the crowd, urging them on with songs of revolution.Taken on