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Cassowary attack: giant bird kills owner in Florida after he fell

Cassowary attack: giant bird kills owner in Florida after he fell

Bird native to Australia and Papua New Guinea likely killed breeder with its long claws A cassowary – a large, flightless bird native to Australia and Papua New Guinea – has killed its Florida owner
Salisbury named best place to live in UK over novichok recovery

Salisbury named best place to live in UK over novichok recovery

The city where Skripals were poisoned and Dawn Sturgess died had shown ‘real collective spirit’, says judge The city where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in a nerve agent attack
Matthew Canavan emulates Tony Abbott with raw onion munch

Matthew Canavan emulates Tony Abbott with raw onion munch

National party politicians struggle to get attention during election campaigns, but Canavan reckons eating an onion with the skin on might take offIt’s enough to bring tears to voters’ eyes.Four years
Melbourne nightclub shooting leaves security guard dead and man critical

Melbourne nightclub shooting leaves security guard dead and man critical

One man died in hospital and a second is fighting for his life after shooting outside Love Machine nightclub in PrahranA security guard has died in hospital following a shooting outside a Melbourne
Coalition stopped welfare payments to 55,000 homeless or at-risk jobseekers in six months

Coalition stopped welfare payments to 55,000 homeless or at-risk jobseekers in six months

Payment suspensions under new compliance regime condemned as a ‘social security horror show’About 55,000 jobseekers who were without a home or on the cusp of homelessness have had their welfare
Ilhan Omar: how Democrats responded to Trump's 9/11 attack

Ilhan Omar: how Democrats responded to Trump's 9/11 attack

Among presidential candidates and party leaders, the more progressive were quicker to defend the congresswomanOn Saturday, Donald Trump’s attack on the Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar swiftly became
Brexit: Corbyn told to back new EU referendum or lose millions of supporters

Brexit: Corbyn told to back new EU referendum or lose millions of supporters

A generation of young people could desert the party, says Richard Corbett, leader of Labour MEPsJeremy Corbyn has been warned by Labour’s leader in the European parliament and other grandees that the
Man held for attempted murder after west London car ramming

Man held for attempted murder after west London car ramming

Ukrainian embassy says officers were ‘forced to open fire’ after ambassador’s car hitA man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a car was driven at police officers outside the
Why nightingales are snubbing Berkeley Square for the Tiergarten

Why nightingales are snubbing Berkeley Square for the Tiergarten

Scientists, including a descendant of Charles Darwin, are researching the birds’ preference for BerlinThey were once among Britain’s most beloved singers, their “murmurs musical” giving melancholy
Failure to extradite Assange to Sweden would endorse ‘rape culture’, say women’s groups

Failure to extradite Assange to Sweden would endorse ‘rape culture’, say women’s groups

Campaigners fear rape allegations are being overlooked as US case against WikiLeaks co-founder takes centre stageWomen’s groups have added to pressure on Sajid Javid to ensure Julian Assange is
All-male historically black Morehouse College will admit transgender men

All-male historically black Morehouse College will admit transgender men

Move by alma mater of Martin Luther King Jr and Spike Lee marks major shift as universities adopt more welcoming LGBT policiesThe only all-male historically black college in the US will begin
Airplane with world's longest wingspan takes flight, beating Spruce Goose record

Airplane with world's longest wingspan takes flight, beating Spruce Goose record

Stratolaunch jet, brainchild of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, may be used to launch small satellites into spaceA giant six-engine aircraft with the world’s longest wingspan – surpassing Howard
Police investigating tunnel incident involving Fleetwood’s Joey Barton

Police investigating tunnel incident involving Fleetwood’s Joey Barton

• Barton said to have clashed with Barnsley’s Daniel Stendel • ‘The club can confirm there was an alleged incident in tunnel’Police were investigating an incident in the tunnel involving Joey Barton
It's alive! Brexit monster wallows in the mire of European elections – cartoon

It's alive! Brexit monster wallows in the mire of European elections – cartoon

As Nigel Farage flits overhead, a baying mob of Tories chases the withdrawal agreement into the swamp Continue reading...
Democrats set new deadline for release of Trump tax returns

Democrats set new deadline for release of Trump tax returns

House committee chair has authority to demand releaseWhite House has said tax information will not be sharedDonald Trump’s tax returns must be handed to House Democrats by 23 April, a leading
UK 'deeply regrets' Amritsar massacre – but no official apology

UK 'deeply regrets' Amritsar massacre – but no official apology

High commissioner to India marks 100th anniversary of British troops firing on crowdBritain’s high commissioner to India has laid a wreath to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Amritsar
Period poverty: Wales schoolgirls to be given free sanitary products

Period poverty: Wales schoolgirls to be given free sanitary products

Some girls are forced to miss school due to being unable to afford menstrual protectionFree sanitary products are to be handed out to tens of thousands of schoolgirls in Wales in a bid to tackle
Timing of May’s ‘festival of Britain’ risks Irish anger

Timing of May’s ‘festival of Britain’ risks Irish anger

Prime minister’s plan to lift mood after Brexit is set to clash with anniversary of Irish civil warIt was meant to be a glimmer of positivity to unite a divided nation – a festival to celebrate the
Woman stands in German council election aged 100

Woman stands in German council election aged 100

Lisel Heise runs for local grassroots group after realising her age ‘gives me the chance to say something’For most people, reaching 100 would be reason enough to put one’s feet up and take things
Zuzana Čaputová, the spiritual liberal who beat Slovakia’s populists

Zuzana Čaputová, the spiritual liberal who beat Slovakia’s populists

The country’s first female president says she won’t compromise on progressive values in her search for pragmatic solutionsAsked if there was a particular moment on the campaign trail when she realised