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'Killing, abuse, sexual violence beyond belief': fears grow of all-out war in CAR

'Killing, abuse, sexual violence beyond belief': fears grow of all-out war in CAR

Experts warn collective failure of UN, donors and government has left Central African Republic on the brinkThe UN security council has failed to agree terms for extending a peacekeeping mission in
'Moai are family': Easter Island people to head to London to request statue back

'Moai are family': Easter Island people to head to London to request statue back

Delegation from island, backed by Chilean government, will ask for return of statue British Museum acquired in 1869Towering at the entrance of the British Museum’s Wellcome gallery is a 2.5-metre
'We chose not to fix this': Florida's new election crisis, 18 years after Bush v Gore

'We chose not to fix this': Florida's new election crisis, 18 years after Bush v Gore

It’s the state ‘where good elections go to die’, says a strategist as recount madness engulfs Florida once againThe judge’s indictment was damning. “We have been the laughingstock of the world,
What the midterms can teach the Democrats about winning in 2020

What the midterms can teach the Democrats about winning in 2020

Results have showed the midterm elections were better for Democrats than they initially seemed. But what are the real lessons to be taken from 2018? How to beat Donald Trump? As the final midterm
UK medics call for government ban to cut antibiotic resistance

UK medics call for government ban to cut antibiotic resistance

Exclusive: failure to enforce ban on preventive use on farms would ‘pose risk to human health’Letter: UK must commit to ban on preventive use of antibiotics in animalsThe leaders of the UK’s main
Apec summit in Papua New Guinea begins – in pictures

Apec summit in Papua New Guinea begins – in pictures

Chinese president Xi Jinping has arrived in the capital of Port Moresby, the first of many foreign leaders attending the meeting Continue reading...
Julian Assange charged in secret, mistake on US court filing suggests

Julian Assange charged in secret, mistake on US court filing suggests

Court filing submitted by US authorities in an unrelated case mentioned existence of criminal charges against someone named ‘Assange’Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder whose disclosure of secret
Stephen Barclay made Brexit secretary as Amber Rudd gets DWP  - as it happened

Stephen Barclay made Brexit secretary as Amber Rudd gets DWP - as it happened

Relatively unknown health minister replaces Raab while former home secretary returns to cabinet as work and pensions secretaryFull story: Gove to stayFull list: MPs’ with no confidenceSix possible
'The China show': Xi Jinping arrives in PNG for start of Apec summit

'The China show': Xi Jinping arrives in PNG for start of Apec summit

Pomp and ceremony marks arrival of Chinese president, who is vying with Australia for influence in the PacificPapua New Guinea has literally rolled out the red carpet for Chinese president Xi Jinping
Students say they don't know what 'trivial' means in exam question fiasco

Students say they don't know what 'trivial' means in exam question fiasco

Some year 13 New Zealand students who took history exam said they should not be penalised for getting confusedNew Zealand high school students have demanded examiners ignore that they don’t know what
Emil Gayed: damning report finds negligent doctor's privacy was put before public safety

Emil Gayed: damning report finds negligent doctor's privacy was put before public safety

Exclusive: Report recommends sweeping changes to how Medical Council of NSW handles complaints A state medical watchdog placed the privacy of a negligent doctor before the right of his employers to
California fires: Camp fire death toll rises to 71 with more than 1,000 missing

California fires: Camp fire death toll rises to 71 with more than 1,000 missing

About 52,000 people displaced amid the country’s deadliest fire in a century, as list of missing jumps by hundreds once againRescue workers said on Friday they were searching for more than 1,000
NZ police investigate after prominent China critic's car 'sabotaged'

NZ police investigate after prominent China critic's car 'sabotaged'

Anne-Marie Brady has had her home and office burgled and now says mechanic found unusual defectsNew Zealand police are investigating claims that Anne-Marie Brady, a prominent academic and critic of
David Hockney painting sells for $90.3m, a record for a living artist

David Hockney painting sells for $90.3m, a record for a living artist

Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) beats $58.4m record set by Jeff Koons imageA celebrated swimming pool painting by the British modern artist David Hockney sold for $90.3m in New York on
NSW Greens MP hits back at Di Natale over call to resign

NSW Greens MP hits back at Di Natale over call to resign

Jeremy Buckingham says he deserves ‘presumption of innocence’ over accusations of inappropriate behaviourThe New South Wales Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham has hit back at calls from Richard Di Natale
North Korea's Kim Jong-un supervises test of 'new ultramodern weapon'

North Korea's Kim Jong-un supervises test of 'new ultramodern weapon'

Declaration, which did not specify what type of weapon was tested, comes as talks with the US over the North’s nuclear program stallNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-un has visited a test site to supervise
‘Ignore this’: Jonathan Franzen’s top 10 writing tips get gleefully trolled on Twitter

‘Ignore this’: Jonathan Franzen’s top 10 writing tips get gleefully trolled on Twitter

Several authors hit back at the American novelist, questioning his logic and issuing their own mock adviceAmerican novelist Jonathan Franzen has drawn the ire of fellow writers, who are mercilessly
John Kerry: Europe must tackle climate change or face migration chaos

John Kerry: Europe must tackle climate change or face migration chaos

The ex-US secretary of state, speaking at a Guardian Live event, predicts mass movement from AfricaEurope faces even deeper political turmoil and the possibility of mass migration from Africa unless
Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in Cambodia’s ‘Nuremberg’ moment

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in Cambodia’s ‘Nuremberg’ moment

Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea are the two most senior living leaders of regime that presided over deaths of at least 1.7 million in Cambodia The two most senior Khmer Rouge leaders still alive today
Zuckerberg: I didn't know of Facebook ties to firm attacking George Soros

Zuckerberg: I didn't know of Facebook ties to firm attacking George Soros

CEO says he learned about relationship with PR company after it was reported in New York TimesMark Zuckerberg defended his leadership of Facebook on Thursday, claiming ignorance of the company’s