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Jaguar attacks woman who climbed Arizona zoo barrier to take a selfie

Jaguar attacks woman who climbed Arizona zoo barrier to take a selfie

Woman in her 30s returned to the zoo to apologise after she was treated in hospital for her injuriesA jaguar has clawed an Arizona woman who climbed over a barrier to take a picture at the Wildlife
Trump donor who once owned prostitution case day spa offered access to president

Trump donor who once owned prostitution case day spa offered access to president

Li Yang claimed to give Chinese clients pictures with TrumpMiami Herald and Mother Jones reports raise ethics questionsA company run by a donor to Donald Trump claimed it could provide Chinese clients
Bus stabbing: boy, 17, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

Bus stabbing: boy, 17, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

19-year-old victim remains in critical condition after attack in Muswell Hill, north LondonA 17-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, following the stabbing of a 19-year-old
Halal holiday bookings soar as Muslims opt for the Med

Halal holiday bookings soar as Muslims opt for the Med

Tourism industry wakes up to the rapidly growing earning potential of the Islamic economyIt’s a magnet for sun-deprived tourists from northern Europe, drawn to its long sandy beaches, pretty coves and
Theresa May battles to save Brexit deal ahead of Commons vote

Theresa May battles to save Brexit deal ahead of Commons vote

Eurosceptics could move against the PM if Commons defeat leads to Brexit delayTheresa May was battling on Sunday night to save her Brexit deal and prolong her premiership, amid signs Eurosceptics
'A city of shadows': fear as Venezuela's crippling blackout enters day four

'A city of shadows': fear as Venezuela's crippling blackout enters day four

Power outage – that Maduro blames on foreign saboteurs – could have dramatic implications for country’s political future When night falls on Venezuela’s ghostly capital, an unnerving hush grips the
Morning mail: Ethiopian air crash, Labor poll boost, Berejiklian's image problem

Morning mail: Ethiopian air crash, Labor poll boost, Berejiklian's image problem

Monday: 149 passengers and crew killed in crash of Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737. Plus: the NSW premier tries to reconnect with voters Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main
R Kelly: tape 'showing sexual abuse' handed to law enforcement

R Kelly: tape 'showing sexual abuse' handed to law enforcement

Gloria Allred client ‘disgusted and horrified’ by findSinger is facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse A Pennsylvania man was cleaning out an old videotape collection when he found what he
Teenage knife crime calls for cohesion and education | Letters

Teenage knife crime calls for cohesion and education | Letters

Readers discuss solutions to knife crime, the importance of schools and the benefits of youth servicesGary Younge’s questioning whether the solution to teenage knife crime lies in increasing police
Britain’s flawed dialogue with Sudan regime | Letters

Britain’s flawed dialogue with Sudan regime | Letters

The UK should call for an immediate political transition to end nearly 30 years of repressive rule, say eight signatories including Lutz OetteWe wholeheartedly agree with your editorial (7 March)
'A cop on the beat': Elizabeth Warren defends plan to break up tech giants

'A cop on the beat': Elizabeth Warren defends plan to break up tech giants

In echo of 2020 attacks from Trump, Massachusetts senator faces question about being ‘labeled as a socialist’Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren, who called this week for the break-up of America’s
Knife crime may be an emergency but no one can agree how to stop it

Knife crime may be an emergency but no one can agree how to stop it

Cuts to police numbers and reduced funding for youth services are thought to be partly to blameThe surge in knife crime, described by senior police officers as a national emergency, has prompted calls
Idris Francis obituary

Idris Francis obituary

My friend Idris Francis, who has died aged 79, was a talented inventor, a classic car enthusiast and a motorists’ rights campaigner. His wonderful Welsh lilt was heard at hundreds of meetings up and
Who were the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash?

Who were the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash?

Nine British citizens and 22 people affiliated with the UN are among the deadBoeing faces safety questions over 737 Max 8 jetsPassengers of more than 35 nationalities were among the 157 people killed
Thousands of Algerian students protest against president – video

Thousands of Algerian students protest against president – video

Thousands of young people have taken to the streets in Algeria as popular resistance grows to President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to stand for a fifth term. In the biggest outpouring of dissent
SDF launches assault on last Isis enclave in eastern Syria

SDF launches assault on last Isis enclave in eastern Syria

Direct clashes under way and airstrikes target weapons stores in BaghuzAirstrikes have targeted Islamic State weapons stores as the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) launched an attack against
Zali Steggall plans political ad reform after rightwing smear campaign

Zali Steggall plans political ad reform after rightwing smear campaign

Advance Australia group falsely says Tony Abbott’s opponent supports Labor’s franking credit policyZali Steggall, the independent facing off against Tony Abbott in Warringah at the federal election,
Algerians begin general strike against Bouteflika's rule

Algerians begin general strike against Bouteflika's rule

Many citizens object to the ailing president’s attempt to serve a fifth term in officeAlgerians have begun five days of general strike as protests against the rule of the ailing president, Abdelaziz
Hunt rejects headline-driven approach to babies like Shamima Begum's

Hunt rejects headline-driven approach to babies like Shamima Begum's

Jerah’s death was a catalyst but Foreign Office had never been happy with Sajid Javid’s hardline stanceJeremy Hunt’s revelation that he is in discussion with the Department for International
No-deal Brexit 'could bring return of low-welfare egg imports'

No-deal Brexit 'could bring return of low-welfare egg imports'

Farming and industry groups seek government assurances for consumers and UK farmersBillions of eggs produced by hens kept in battery cages could be back on the UK menu in the event of a no-deal Brexit