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Trump supporters find new appreciation for safe spaces

Trump supporters find new appreciation for safe spaces

New app helps people who feel they are the victims of anti-Maga sentiment to find restaurants they feel comfortable inLast week, a man named Dion Cini was refused service at a bar in New York City. He
Far-right Australian senator Fraser Anning attacks boy after being egged by him - video

Far-right Australian senator Fraser Anning attacks boy after being egged by him - video

Queensland senator, who blamed the New Zealand terror attack on Muslim immigration, punches a 17-year-old boy after he was egged at an event in Melbourne. The teenager was then tackled to the ground
Christchurch shooting: what we know so far

Christchurch shooting: what we know so far

One man charged with murder after 50 killed at two mosques in the city of Christchurch Fifty people are confirmed dead after Friday’s shootings at two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand’s South
UK weather: wintry conditions forecast for much of country

UK weather: wintry conditions forecast for much of country

Met Office issues yellow snow warning for Scotland, Northern Ireland and north-east EnglandA blast of wintry weather will affect most parts of the UK this weekend with snow already causing problems
Australian senator Fraser Anning punches teen after being egged

Australian senator Fraser Anning punches teen after being egged

Marginal far-right senator had sought attention by blaming the New Zealand terror attack on Muslim immigrationAn Australian senator who blamed the New Zealand terror attack on Muslim immigration has
Good enough to eat? The toxic truth about modern food

Good enough to eat? The toxic truth about modern food

We are now producing and consuming more food than ever, and yet our modern diet is killing us. How can we solve this bittersweet dilemma? Pick a bunch of green grapes, wash it, and put one in your
Christchurch shooting: gunman intended to continue attack, says PM

Christchurch shooting: gunman intended to continue attack, says PM

Jacinda Ardern poised to ban semi-automatic weapons as she praises police who arrested terror suspectNew Zealand will ban semi-automatic weapons after the worst mass killing in the nation’s history
PM Ardern holds press conference, vows gun laws will change – video

PM Ardern holds press conference, vows gun laws will change – video

The New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, updates reporters on details on the victims and suspects in the Christchurch shooting at a press conference early on Saturday 16 March Continue
Conservatives tell MEPs to consider election bid if Brexit deal fails

Conservatives tell MEPs to consider election bid if Brexit deal fails

Party’s leader in European parliament says it must be prepared to field candidates The Conservative party has contacted all its MEPs to ask them to consider running for election in May if the prime
Culture’s race war: 'Blackness is something to consume but not engage with'

Culture’s race war: 'Blackness is something to consume but not engage with'

From Dave to Green Book, artists and the art they create are too often critiqued for being ‘too black’ or ‘not black enough’Last month, the UK rapper Dave released his latest single, Black. Sparse but
'My heart and soul is in grief': Muslims in Christchurch mourn victims of massacre

'My heart and soul is in grief': Muslims in Christchurch mourn victims of massacre

In the wake of the worst mass killing in the nation’s history, New Zealanders have rallied around the shocked communityIn the silence that wrapped Christchurch after a day of sirens, many struggled to
Banana blossom: the next vegan food star with the texture of fish

Banana blossom: the next vegan food star with the texture of fish

Sainsbury’s is to include the flower, which hails from south-east Asia, in its ready mealsFollowing on from beetroot burgers and jackfruit curries, the next star of the vegan “meat” world hails from
A letter to our leaders: as Australian Muslims we live in fear, please remember our pain

A letter to our leaders: as Australian Muslims we live in fear, please remember our pain

How is it right that in our parliament it is OK to call Islam a ‘disease’, it is OK to refer to a ‘final solution’, it is OK to ridicule our religious attire?Mosques around world showered with flowers
'Pay-for-access to Trump club': Mar-a-Lago faces renewed ethics concerns

'Pay-for-access to Trump club': Mar-a-Lago faces renewed ethics concerns

With the winding down of the ‘Winter White House’ comes another season of controversy and scandal that swirl around the president’s resortAt Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s waterfront winter retreat, an
El Norte review: an epic and timely history of Hispanic North America

El Norte review: an epic and timely history of Hispanic North America

Carrie Gibson has written an exhaustive corrective to historians who seek to whitewash a story of settlement and conflictThe subtitle of Carrie Gibson’s book is The Epic and Forgotten Story of
Joe Biden: can a veteran centrist win in the polarised age of Trump?

Joe Biden: can a veteran centrist win in the polarised age of Trump?

The former vice-president, an apostle of the bipartisan spirit in a Democratic party moving left, has defied his age once before to win an election and, at 76, could do so againCaleb Boggs was a
'We love you': mosques around world showered with flowers after Christchurch massacre

'We love you': mosques around world showered with flowers after Christchurch massacre

Messages of support and solidarity delivered in New Zealand, Australia, Britain, America and Canada Mosques in New Zealand and around the world have been inundated with floral tributes and messages of
Beto O’Rourke apologises for teen writings and joke about his wife

Beto O’Rourke apologises for teen writings and joke about his wife

Democratic presidential contender is forced on to the defensive as he kicks off campaign in IowaDemocratic presidential contender Beto O’Rourke has acknowledged making mistakes as a teen and as a
Man stabbed to death after fight in south-west London

Man stabbed to death after fight in south-west London

Police yet to make arrests after man, 29, dies on Fulham streetA man has has been stabbed to death in Fulham in south-west London.Scotland Yard said officers were called to reports of a fight on Gowan
Sky New Zealand pulls Sky News Australia off air over Christchurch massacre coverage

Sky New Zealand pulls Sky News Australia off air over Christchurch massacre coverage

Independent channel says decision by Rupert Murdoch’s company to show ‘distressing’ footage of terror attack is behind moveSky New Zealand has pulled fellow broadcaster Sky News Australia off air