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Protests continue after Russian journalist released pending trial

Protests continue after Russian journalist released pending trial

Supporters of Ivan Golunov want investigation into officers who arrested and beat himFriends and colleagues of a Russian journalist arrested on drug charges have vowed to keep up pressure on the
India v Australia: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

India v Australia: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Updates from the game at the OvalListen to the Spin podcast | World Cup tableAny thoughts? Email or tweet @JPHowcroft 2.09pm BST 48th over: India 325-3 (Kohli 80, Dhoni 14) Stoinis hasn’t had a great
The hidden mental-health legacy of Grenfell Tower

The hidden mental-health legacy of Grenfell Tower

For many survivors of the deadly fire in London two years ago, the inferno unleashed deep-seated traumas from their pastLast November, Amina Thomson, who describes herself as a faith-based
Canadian volunteers scour river for missing Indigenous women

Canadian volunteers scour river for missing Indigenous women

Drag the Red searches for human remains in the Red River as a report recently concluded Indigenous women face a ‘genocide’As a government inquiry compiled its landmark report on the epidemic of
Clashes in Hong Kong after vast protest against extradition law

Clashes in Hong Kong after vast protest against extradition law

Critics say law will allow China to pursue political opponents and legitimise abductionsRiot police have clashed with protesters in Hong Kong after hundreds of thousands of people marched through the
Michael Gove branded a hypocrite after admitting using cocaine

Michael Gove branded a hypocrite after admitting using cocaine

The former justice secretary and party leadership contender is slammed for legal double standards and may ‘face a US travel ban’Michael Gove was battling to keep his campaign for the Conservative
Cold, alone and scared: teenage refugee tells of Channel crossing

Cold, alone and scared: teenage refugee tells of Channel crossing

A teenager from Afghanistan who survived the ‘dark, cold and dangerous’ journey talks about her ordeal – and hopes for the futureMost people were still asleep on Christmas Day when Ameena landed in
Unesco advisers raise concerns over plan to raise Warragamba dam wall

Unesco advisers raise concerns over plan to raise Warragamba dam wall

World Heritage centre says proposal would result in inundation of large part of world heritage-listed Blue Mountains wilderness area Advisers to the United Nations have expressed concerns about a plan
Military drone crashes raise fears for civilians

Military drone crashes raise fears for civilians

Safety warning as MoD pushes to fly the aircraft in BritainTwo military drones are crashing every month on average, according to research that raises questions about the safety of the technology, both
Laura Dern: 'I feel like I’m ready to try anything – and to dive deeper’

Laura Dern: 'I feel like I’m ready to try anything – and to dive deeper’

Laura Dern decided to become an actor when she was just six. But it’s only now, with 55 films under her belt and as Big Little Lies returns to our screens, that she really feels free to ‘try
Sudan’s generals launch renewed crackdown to defeat general strike

Sudan’s generals launch renewed crackdown to defeat general strike

Arrests of white-collar workers to discourage protest follow assault by regime’s paramilitariesThe military regime in Sudan has launched a new wave of arrests and violent intimidation in an effort to
Elizabeth Warren gains momentum in the 2020 race plan by plan

Elizabeth Warren gains momentum in the 2020 race plan by plan

The senator’s ‘I have a plan’ mantra has become a rallying cry as she edges her way to the top – but is it enough to get past the roadblocks of Biden and Sanders?Plan by plan, Elizabeth Warren is
Mexican president leads 'celebration' rally after US tariffs dropped

Mexican president leads 'celebration' rally after US tariffs dropped

Andrés Manuel López Obrador tells crowd in Tijuana he is raising an ‘open hand’, not a closed fist, to Donald Trump The Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, travelled to the border city of
In a world full of wars, why are so many of them ignored? | Simon Tisdall

In a world full of wars, why are so many of them ignored? | Simon Tisdall

Instability across central Africa has resulted in a humanitarian crisis. There needs to be greater focus on conflict resolutionCameroon, a central African state of 24 million people on the Gulf of
Woman dies after being struck by lightning in Scottish Highlands

Woman dies after being struck by lightning in Scottish Highlands

Fifty-five-year-old woman was hiking near Glencoe on Saturday evening when walking group was hitA woman has died after being struck by lightning while walking on a mountain range on the west coast of
Sudan: key protest group calls for nationwide 'civil disobedience'

Sudan: key protest group calls for nationwide 'civil disobedience'

Sudanese Professionals Association says action will start on Sunday and end ‘when a civilian government announces itself’ A key protest group has announced a nationwide “civil disobedience” campaign
Intellectually disabled man wins landmark case against eviction in Hobart

Intellectually disabled man wins landmark case against eviction in Hobart

Gregory Parsons was left facing homelessness or one of the country’s most unaffordable rental markets after being told to pack bagsWhat might it take for a 53-year-old intellectually disabled man to
Tehran closes 547 restaurants for breaking 'Islamic principles’

Tehran closes 547 restaurants for breaking 'Islamic principles’

Iranian police close venues for crimes ranging from ‘playing illegal music’ to ‘debauchery’ Iranian police have shut down 547 restaurants and cafes in Tehran for not observing “Islamic principles”,
Uneasy lies the Crown: weary Packer changes direction and Barangaroo with it

Uneasy lies the Crown: weary Packer changes direction and Barangaroo with it

It’s an uncertain road ahead for the billionaire, as he cuts his stake in his beloved empire and looks to diversify • Crown has a new king – but regulators may get in the wayCrown Resorts’ $2bn
Boris Johnson threatens to hold back Brexit ‘divorce’ payment to force a deal

Boris Johnson threatens to hold back Brexit ‘divorce’ payment to force a deal

Pledge comes as James Brokenshire backs former foreign secretary, while Ruth Davidson endorses Sajid JavidBoris Johnson has vowed to withhold Britain’s £39bn Brexit “divorce” payment until the EU