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Queensland floods: satellite images before and after reveal devastation

Queensland floods: satellite images before and after reveal devastation

Torrential rains engulf outback communities and kill an estimated 500,000 head of cattle The Queensland floods have wrecked homes and caused hundreds of millions of dollars of damage to property.In
Canadian minister resigns from Trudeau's cabinet amid scandal

Canadian minister resigns from Trudeau's cabinet amid scandal

Jody Wilson-Raybould quit amid allegations prime minister’s office pressured her to avoid prosecuting SNC-Lavalin Group IncCanada’s former justice minister has resigned from Justin Trudeau’s cabinet
Ogoni widows testify at The Hague over Shell's alleged complicity in killings

Ogoni widows testify at The Hague over Shell's alleged complicity in killings

Four Nigerian women bring landmark case over state executions of nine activists in a military courtFour Nigerian women at the centre of a long-running legal battle against oil giant Royal Dutch Shell
Brazil environment minister's dismissal of slain Amazon defender stirs outrage

Brazil environment minister's dismissal of slain Amazon defender stirs outrage

Ricardo Salles’ comments fuel criticism of administration’s stance, which environmentalists say is excessively pro-businessBrazilian environmental groups have blasted Jair Bolsonaro’s environment
Trump administration still separating families at border, advocates say

Trump administration still separating families at border, advocates say

Annunciation House shelter still receives calls each week about new cases of separations in El Paso, legal coordinator saidThe Trump administration is still tearing young children away from their
Door slams on guilty El Chapo after old mob pals line up to squeal

Door slams on guilty El Chapo after old mob pals line up to squeal

Guzman’s dramatic trial showed how the cartels that traffick most of the world’s drugs today do not honour the mafia code of omertàWhen Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán is sentenced on 25 June, he will most
Giant leap for art: Lichfield Cathedral to become 'lunar landscape'

Giant leap for art: Lichfield Cathedral to become 'lunar landscape'

Installation will transform cathedral floor to mark 50 years since Apollo 11 moon landingIt’s hard to imagine anything less like a lunar landscape than the medieval glories of Lichfield Cathedral. But
Tate Modern wins privacy case brought by owners of £4m flats

Tate Modern wins privacy case brought by owners of £4m flats

Residents had complained of ‘near constant surveillance’ by visitors to London gallery One of Tate Modern’s most popular areas, a top-floor terrace that offers spectacular 360-degree views of London,
Italy split by Inspector Montalbano's pro-migrant message on TV

Italy split by Inspector Montalbano's pro-migrant message on TV

Sicilian detective recovers body of drowned migrant in episode of drama seriesItaly’s most famous fictional detective has delivered a pro-migrant message on TV, angering supporters of the far-right
El Chapo trial: Mexican drug cartel boss found guilty

El Chapo trial: Mexican drug cartel boss found guilty

Joaquín Guzmán, 61, could spend the rest of his life behind bars after being convicted following three-month New York trialThe notorious cartel boss Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has been found guilty of
Bestival death: actor's daughter 'tried to eat twigs' after taking drug

Bestival death: actor's daughter 'tried to eat twigs' after taking drug

Louella Fletcher-Michie’s boyfriend denies manslaughter and supplying her with 2C-PA musician accused of the manslaughter of an actor’s daughter at a festival told a police officer that she scraped
'I can hardly sleep': the Zimbabweans facing deportation from UK

'I can hardly sleep': the Zimbabweans facing deportation from UK

People who have fled torture and political intimidation fear being sent back to new regimeHome Office criticised for accelerating removals to ZimbabweWhen Chishamiso Mkundi, a Zimbabwean whose asylum
Craig Foster – the man behind Hakeem al-Araibi's remarkable release

Craig Foster – the man behind Hakeem al-Araibi's remarkable release

Hailed for mobilising the global football family, the SBS commentator now says ‘we are just warming up’On 7 December, 10 days after the Australian refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi was arrested at
Labor promises independent health policy body for 'big, structural reform'

Labor promises independent health policy body for 'big, structural reform'

Catherine King says Australian Health Reform Commission is designed to take the politics out of healthcare A Labor government would set up a permanent policy-making body called the Australian Health
Four in five Vatican priests are gay, book claims

Four in five Vatican priests are gay, book claims

French journalist’s book is a ‘startling account of corruption and hypocrisy’, publisher saysSome of the most senior clerics in the Roman Catholic church who have vociferously attacked homosexuality
European powers to present cool front at Warsaw summit

European powers to present cool front at Warsaw summit

Lack of participation at Middle East event reflects anger over US policy on Iran and SyriaKey European powers will offer only limited participation in a high-profile Trump administration summit on the
'I'll talk, but then I have to call Putin': steakhouse at centre of EU spy alert

'I'll talk, but then I have to call Putin': steakhouse at centre of EU spy alert

Flabbergasted owner says EU must have been referring to his place when warning diplomats to avoid a Brussels restaurantEleven years since opening his restaurant in the shadow of the European
Trump 'unhappy' with new shutdown deal – live updates

Trump 'unhappy' with new shutdown deal – live updates

Tentative deal includes $1.375bn for border securitySchumer: ‘I urge President Trump to sign this agreement’Sign up to the US morning briefing for a fresh perspective 10.47pm GMT William Barr has
Key Macron aide quits Élysée as Benalla scandal deepens

Key Macron aide quits Élysée as Benalla scandal deepens

Ismaël Emelien departs as president reshuffles team in wake of gilets jaunes protestsEmmanuel Macron’s closest special adviser has become the latest to quit the Élysée Palace as the French president
Eight charged in Germany over banana box cocaine smuggling

Eight charged in Germany over banana box cocaine smuggling

Investigators say huge cocaine ring smuggled hundreds of kilograms of drug into country German investigators say they have discovered a huge cocaine ring in which hundreds of kilograms of the drug are