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Fire chief: climate change helped make California wildfires more devastating

Fire chief: climate change helped make California wildfires more devastating

Daryl Osby says fire in north of state has taken resources which would usually be used to help deadly blaze in his areaAs fire officials from across Ventura and Los Angeles county gathered to speak to
DRC opposition unites behind presidential election candidate

DRC opposition unites behind presidential election candidate

Martin Fayulu will lead a clearcut contest but fears remain over violence in pollOpposition parties in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have picked a popular businessman and veteran
Morning mail: Foodbank funding cut, Coalition poll slump, peak Anzac

Morning mail: Foodbank funding cut, Coalition poll slump, peak Anzac

Monday: Australia’s largest food charity in crisis after Coalition cuts its funding almost in half. Plus: Labor takes 10-point lead in NewspollGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the
Alarm over talks to implant UK employees with microchips

Alarm over talks to implant UK employees with microchips

Trades Union Congress concerned over tech being used to control and micromanageBritain’s biggest employer organisation and main trade union body have sounded the alarm over the prospect of British
Thumbs up from Putin as Trump rains on Armistice parade

Thumbs up from Putin as Trump rains on Armistice parade

US president’s apparent snub of Belleau memorial highlights absence of western solidarityThe weekend away in Paris should not have been hard. For most politicians, events like the armistice
The Guardian view on Yemen’s misery: the west is complicit | Editorial

The Guardian view on Yemen’s misery: the west is complicit | Editorial

The suffering grows and no end is in sight. This is turning out to be our crime tooThe suffering of civilians in Yemen is not only the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. It is a crime. Nobel peace
Addison Lee drivers challenge clients to uphold UN pledges

Addison Lee drivers challenge clients to uphold UN pledges

Unions confront Deutsche Bank and others in campaign for better pay Taxi drivers are ramping up a campaign for better pay and union recognition from Addison Lee by challenging the company’s major
Coalition cuts funding for Foodbank charity by $323,000 a year

Coalition cuts funding for Foodbank charity by $323,000 a year

Foodbank chief executive says she can’t understand the move, which she says will harm drought affected families relying on the charityAustralia’s largest food charity has called out the government for
Croydon bus driver arrested after 20 people hurt in crash

Croydon bus driver arrested after 20 people hurt in crash

Driver held on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs after crash leaves teenage girl in critical condition and injures 19 othersA bus driver has been arrested on suspicion of driving under
Florida recount: Rick Scott accuses opponent Bill Nelson of voter fraud

Florida recount: Rick Scott accuses opponent Bill Nelson of voter fraud

State officials: no evidence for such allegationsBroward county recount sees ballot machine problems Florida governor Rick Scott accused Bill Nelson, his opponent in a brutally tight US Senate race
Philippines: scores of Islamic State fighters on Mindanao island

Philippines: scores of Islamic State fighters on Mindanao island

Foreign fighters believed to be galvanising local groups as push to declare Islamic caliphate intensifiesThe threat of Islamic State is mounting again in the Philippines, with estimates there could be
Fracking firm boss says it didn't expect to cause such serious quakes

Fracking firm boss says it didn't expect to cause such serious quakes

Drilling at Preston New Road site in Lancashire has triggered 37 minor quakes in three weeksA senior executive at the fracking company Cuadrilla privately said this summer it did not expect to cause
‘Loving father’ and his baby named as victims of Sheffield car crash

‘Loving father’ and his baby named as victims of Sheffield car crash

Adnan Ashraf Jarral, 35, and his son Usman, one, died when their car was hit by a VW GolfA “loving father” and his baby boy have become the first of four people to be named after they were killed
Macron warns of rising nationalism as world leaders mark armistice

Macron warns of rising nationalism as world leaders mark armistice

French president delivers pointedly political speech in front of Trump and PutinThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, has warned of the dangers of rising nationalism as he addressed Donald Trump,
Democrats set to investigate if Trump used 'state power' to target the press

Democrats set to investigate if Trump used 'state power' to target the press

Adam Schiff says Congress would begin investigating whether Trump targeted CNN and the Washington Post as political paybackThe Democrat likely to lead the House intelligence committee next year said
Armistice Day is marked around the world – in pictures

Armistice Day is marked around the world – in pictures

100 years since end of first world war marked by silence Continue reading...
'Decades of deceit': Ballymurphy killings inquest opens in Belfast

'Decades of deceit': Ballymurphy killings inquest opens in Belfast

Families have been fighting for 47 years to shine a light on British soldiers’ shooting of 10 unarmed peopleThe story sounds grimly familiar. It is the early years of the Troubles and there is ferment
'Only bones and fragments': California wildfire toll at 31 as grim searches go on

'Only bones and fragments': California wildfire toll at 31 as grim searches go on

Rescuers begin the task of scouring the wreckage of the most destructive fire in state records, in search of remains of the deadIn northern California on Sunday, investigators scoured wreckage left by
'Old demons are resurfacing,' warns Macron as world leaders gather for Armistice Day – video

'Old demons are resurfacing,' warns Macron as world leaders gather for Armistice Day – video

Emmanuel Macron gives a pointed speech in Paris as Donald Trump, Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin join him and other world leaders in a ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the armistice that
Poland's president addresses far right at independence march

Poland's president addresses far right at independence march

Nationalists burning flares and carrying fascist flags marched at same time as politiciansMore than 200,000 people are estimated to have taken part in a controversial independence-day march through