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Estonian leader urged to break off coalition talks with far right

Estonian leader urged to break off coalition talks with far right

European parliament ally asks Jüri Ratas to avoid ‘party reminiscent of fascist regimes’The prime minister of Estonia has been urged to break off coalition talks with far-right nationalists by one of
James Bond to drive electric Aston Martin in new movie

James Bond to drive electric Aston Martin in new movie

Reports have emerged that Daniel Craig will get behind the wheel of a zero-emissions motor in his latest adventure – only £250,000 to dedicated fansLong-haul flights, tons of guns and a bagpipe
France introduces in-car breathalyser that can disable motor

France introduces in-car breathalyser that can disable motor

Motorists convicted of drink driving will be allowed to use vehicle if they install machineFrench motorists convicted of drink driving will be allowed to continue using their vehicles by fitting them
Cory Booker's story so far: is he anti-establishment, or part of it?

Cory Booker's story so far: is he anti-establishment, or part of it?

High school football star, college columnist, mayor of a struggling city, senator … presidential candidate. But how well do we know him?Cory Booker came to national attention in 2002, fighting an
Coal baron Trevor St Baker says he has not sought taxpayer support for Liddell

Coal baron Trevor St Baker says he has not sought taxpayer support for Liddell

Politically connected businessman insists he is not ‘compulsively wanting’ to build a coal-powered stationThe coal baron Trevor St Baker has clarified he has not sought taxpayer support to redevelop a
Is this the age of the four-day week? | Robert Booth

Is this the age of the four-day week? | Robert Booth

Dozens of firms are trying out shorter working hours – and finding it’s good for workers, customers and the bottom lineIf you try to contact Indy Cube, a provider of workspaces in Wales, after 5pm you
Isis has my kids: I won't stop till I get them home to the US – video

Isis has my kids: I won't stop till I get them home to the US – video

Four years ago, Bashir Shikder's wife Rashida flew from Florida to Syria with the couple's young children to join Isis, ignoring anguished Bashir's repeated pleas for her to return home. Now, after
Storm Gareth: fishing boat off Lands End hit by 60mph winds

Storm Gareth: fishing boat off Lands End hit by 60mph winds

Lifeboat rescues fishermen as storm hits rail and road links across BritainSix crew members from a stricken fishing vessel have been rescued amid 20ft waves while rail and road links across Britain
The Monlam great prayer festival in Tibet – a photo essay

The Monlam great prayer festival in Tibet – a photo essay

Monlam, or the great prayer festival, is the most important prayer event for many Tibetans. It was banned during the Cultural Revolution in China but is now celebrated in many areas.Considered the
Egypt executed 15 people in February. Why is the UK staying silent? | Rhys Davies

Egypt executed 15 people in February. Why is the UK staying silent? | Rhys Davies

Britain is Egypt’s largest foreign investor. Yet at the recent Arab-EU summit, Theresa May was oddly quiet on rights abusesWhile there may be “a special place in hell” for those who backed Brexit
'Like a ghost town': how short-term rentals dim New Orleans’ legacy

'Like a ghost town': how short-term rentals dim New Orleans’ legacy

As rentals with companies such as Airbnb proliferate in the area, raising rent and property taxes, officials are enacting laws to protect local residentsNew Orleans’ Treme is regarded as the nation’s
'Social disaster': South Korea brings in emergency laws to tackle dust pollution

'Social disaster': South Korea brings in emergency laws to tackle dust pollution

Air quality has become a key political issue after record pollution levels hit the country last weekSouth Korea has passed emergency measures to tackle the “social disaster” being unleashed by air
Wednesday briefing: The day May lost control

Wednesday briefing: The day May lost control

Commons defeat leaves MPs jostling to seize rudderless Brexit process … George Pell jailed for six years … Hollywood stars in US college admissions scamGood morning briefers. I’m Martin Farrer and
Queensland heat records for March broken as state's south-east soars above 40C

Queensland heat records for March broken as state's south-east soars above 40C

Gatton, Beaudesert and Archerfield among towns with record-breaking maximum temperatures for the monthMultiple Queensland heat records have been broken for March, with some areas recording
UK military turns to universities to research psychological warfare

UK military turns to universities to research psychological warfare

Cambridge among partners shortlisted for £70m MoD funding, documents showThe British military is recruiting philosophers, psychologists and theologians to research new methods of psychological warfare
Netanyahu is right: Israel is a nation with no interest in equality | Amjad Iraqi

Netanyahu is right: Israel is a nation with no interest in equality | Amjad Iraqi

As a Palestinian citizen of Israel, I am subject to insidious discrimination that is enshrined by law – and no major party sees it as an issueAs a Palestinian citizen of Israel, it is a strange
Xinjiang detention camps may be phased out, governor suggests

Xinjiang detention camps may be phased out, governor suggests

Top Uighur official says there will be fewer and fewer students at centres thought to house a million people Top officials in Xinjiang have hinted that the system of internment centres used to hold a
MPs told to pass Brexit deal by next Wednesday or face long article 50 extension - as it happened

MPs told to pass Brexit deal by next Wednesday or face long article 50 extension - as it happened

MPs vote by 321 to 278 to rule out no deal despite government whipping Tory MPs against motion, following 312-308 win for Spelman amendmentFull story: May’s final warning to Tory rebels: back me or
Michael Daley says NSW schoolchildren have right to strike over climate change

Michael Daley says NSW schoolchildren have right to strike over climate change

State Labor leader says education is ‘bigger than the classroom’ as he applauds students for ‘standing up and taking action’The New South Wales opposition leader, Michael Daley, has backed the state’s
The US college admissions scam toolkit: bribes, fake profiles and playing 'stupid’

The US college admissions scam toolkit: bribes, fake profiles and playing 'stupid’

Thirty-three parents were charged with fraud after paying tens of thousands of dollars to get their children into elite schoolsThe years-long, $25m scheme to pump the children of dozens of wealthy