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PM's pledge to help native species was about cutting red tape for farm chemicals, his office says

PM's pledge to help native species was about cutting red tape for farm chemicals, his office says

‘Priority’ bill has ‘stuff-all to do with native species’, the Wilderness Society saysScott Morrison has elevated an obscure agricultural chemicals bill to one of the top two legislative priorities
Thailand: biggest democracy protests in years held as military junta delays elections

Thailand: biggest democracy protests in years held as military junta delays elections

Demonstrators gather in cities across country as military government looks set to push back voting for a fifth time Tensions continue to mount in Thailand as the ruling military junta has signalled
The Indian village where child sexual exploitation is the norm

The Indian village where child sexual exploitation is the norm

Poverty and caste discrimination mean that children in Sagar Gram are being groomed by their own families for abuseMany families in India still mourn the birth of a girl. But when Leena was born,
Stephen Fry and PEN urge UAE to free Ahmed Mansoor ahead of book festival

Stephen Fry and PEN urge UAE to free Ahmed Mansoor ahead of book festival

In a letter to the Guardian, authors and activists draw attention to plight of jailed human rights activistStephen Fry is among a range of signatories, including British MPs and campaign groups, to a
Death of an electrician: how luck run out for dissident who fled Iran in 1981

Death of an electrician: how luck run out for dissident who fled Iran in 1981

Killing at point-blank range of Ali Motamed in the Netherlands shines light on pattern of Iranian hit jobsAli Motamed’s wife had become accustomed to making excuses for her 56-year-old husband.
What would make a woman go back to Boko Haram? Despair | Azadeh Moaveni

What would make a woman go back to Boko Haram? Despair | Azadeh Moaveni

In northeastern Nigeria, the militant group exploits a broken social system. There are lessons here for the rest of the worldZahra and Amina seem like lucky survivors of the scourge of northeastern
Max Meyer: family of Sydney student killed in Austrian avalanche speak of tragedy

Max Meyer: family of Sydney student killed in Austrian avalanche speak of tragedy

International Grammar school student’s parents say son’s death has been ‘profoundly difficult’The family of Australian teenager Max Meyer, who was killed in an avalanche in Austria, has spoken about
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn suffering 'draconian' treatment in jail, wife says

Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn suffering 'draconian' treatment in jail, wife says

Carole Ghosn says he’s being interrogated for hours each day to extract a confession The wife of the former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has urged human rights campaigners to highlight Japanese
Lion Air jet crash: cockpit voice recorder found, says Indonesian official

Lion Air jet crash: cockpit voice recorder found, says Indonesian official

The jet crashed into the Java Sea in October last year, killing 189 people on boardThe cockpit voice recorder of the Lion Air jet that crashed into the Java Sea in October, killing 189 people, has
Kamala Harris criticises those 'sowing hate' but stays quiet on presidential run

Kamala Harris criticises those 'sowing hate' but stays quiet on presidential run

Californian Democrat sets out hypothetical stall, criticising Trump’s border wall plan as a ‘vanity project’Kamala Harris, the junior Democratic senator from California, has told a sold-out theater in
RoyalCam: the wildly popular albatross live stream – video

RoyalCam: the wildly popular albatross live stream – video

Millions of amateur naturalists around the world are tuning in to the secret lives of albatrosses as New Zealand rangers employ YouTube in a bid to save the mysterious giant sea birds. Continue
Polish mayor dies after being stabbed during charity event - video report

Polish mayor dies after being stabbed during charity event - video report

Paweł Adamowicz, the mayor of the Polish city of Gdańsk, has died after he was stabbed in the chest on stage at a charity concert on Sunday evening. The 53-year-old, who had held the post since 1998,
China's Muslim detention camps

China's Muslim detention camps

Up to a million Muslims are being held in detention camps in the Chinese province of Xinjiang. The Guardian’s Lily Kuo visits the region where authorities are expanding the camps and increasing
Record-breaking heatwave to hit Australia’s south-east, restricting sporting events

Record-breaking heatwave to hit Australia’s south-east, restricting sporting events

Tour Down Under route shortened and Australian Open players to be given heat stress breaks as temperatures set to soarThe route of cycling’s Tour Down Under has been shortened and players at the
Turkey will not be intimidated by Trump, says foreign minister

Turkey will not be intimidated by Trump, says foreign minister

Ankara hits back after Trump threatened to ‘economically devastate’ it over SyriaTurkey’s foreign minister has hit back at Donald Trump over his threat to economically devastate the country if it
Out of dough? Canada air traffic controllers buy pizzas for unpaid US colleagues

Out of dough? Canada air traffic controllers buy pizzas for unpaid US colleagues

Ten thousand US staff have not received paychecks since late December because of government shutdownCanadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts over
Australia's best beaches poll: vote for your top seaside spots #BestBeaches

Australia's best beaches poll: vote for your top seaside spots #BestBeaches

Cast your ballot to help determine Australia’s best regional, remote and metropolitan beaches. You can vote once per category.Beaches have been categorised according to the Australian Bureau of
Australia's global beach ambassador on what makes a great beach

Australia's global beach ambassador on what makes a great beach

What tickles your fancy when land meets sea? Brad Farmer recommends choosing your ‘best beach’ discerningly • Vote for Australia’s best beaches • Open thread: tell us about your favourite beachAs a
Bangladesh strikes: thousands of garment workers clash with police over poor pay

Bangladesh strikes: thousands of garment workers clash with police over poor pay

Dozens of factories have closed after more than a week of protests in which one person has diedThousands of garment workers in Bangladesh who make clothes for top global brands have clashed with
Justin Welby: no-deal Brexit would harm poorest people in UK

Justin Welby: no-deal Brexit would harm poorest people in UK

Archbishop of Canterbury says he prays every day for Theresa May and other politicians The archbishop of Canterbury has said a no-deal Brexit would hit the poorest and most vulnerable people in the