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Chicago hospital shooting: police officer among three killed

Chicago hospital shooting: police officer among three killed

Gunman dead after shooting at Mercy hospital on South SideA gunman killed three people, including a police officer, at a hospital in Chicago, authorities said on Monday.The gunman had opened fire at
Australians have finally said enough is enough for desperate children on Nauru | David Isaacs

Australians have finally said enough is enough for desperate children on Nauru | David Isaacs

But please, don’t forget the hundreds of adults remaining on Nauru and men stuck on Manus Our government has relented to bring the children off Nauru after five long years. But while the politicians
Ivanka Trump used personal email account for government business

Ivanka Trump used personal email account for government business

White House adviser sent hundreds of emails last year, many in violation of federal records rules, the Washington Post reportedDonald Trump’s daughter Ivanka used a personal email account for
Trump ready to begin drawdown of troops at US-Mexico border

Trump ready to begin drawdown of troops at US-Mexico border

Critics say troops’ deployment was nothing more than a political stunt Military official says end date is 15 December Donald Trump is poised to start withdrawing troops from the US-Mexico border as
Russian Twitter trolls stoking anti-Islamic sentiment in Australia, experts warn

Russian Twitter trolls stoking anti-Islamic sentiment in Australia, experts warn

Researchers say Russia-linked accounts are trying to destabilise democracy and erode trust in leaders by amplifying social divisions Russian Twitter trolls have targeted Australia’s democracy
Police need public support to arrest violent offenders

Police need public support to arrest violent offenders

Call follows assault on two officers in south LondonPolice officers could start letting violent suspects go if they do not get the backing of the public, a federation leader has warned.The chairman of
Jair Bolsonaro says Brazilians 'still don't know what dictatorship is'

Jair Bolsonaro says Brazilians 'still don't know what dictatorship is'

Former army captain has made no secret of his admiration for the military dictatorship that ruled Brazil from 1964 to 1985 Brazil’s president-elect, Jair Bolsonaro, has prompted outrage and disbelief
CBA chair says board response to money-laundering failures was inadequate – live

CBA chair says board response to money-laundering failures was inadequate – live

Commonwealth Bank’s Catherine Livingstone takes the stand after chief executive Matt Comyn told to banking royal commission CBA put profit before customers. All the day’s developments, live 5.30am GMT
Despite Apec drama, China is winning the fight for the Pacific, step by patient step

Despite Apec drama, China is winning the fight for the Pacific, step by patient step

The US and its would-be allies, including Australia, lack a coherent, joined-up plan to counter Beijing’s growing swayThe unusually rumbustious Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit that
Cuba 'sonic attacks': Canadian diplomats say government abandoned them

Cuba 'sonic attacks': Canadian diplomats say government abandoned them

Several of those affected believe Ottawa has said little in public because it wants to maintain friendly relations with CubaA group of Canadian diplomats who left the embassy in Cuba after suffering
Trump plan to curtail asylum claims violates US law, court hears

Trump plan to curtail asylum claims violates US law, court hears

New rule bars claims except at official ports of entryLaw says any person present in US entitled to claim asylumDonald Trump’s efforts to drastically limit the right to asylum in the US came under
Three men 'planning terrorist act' arrested after police raid houses in Melbourne

Three men 'planning terrorist act' arrested after police raid houses in Melbourne

Joint counter terrorism team executes four warrants in city’s northern suburbsPolice have arrested three men alleged to have been plotting a “terrorist act” in Melbourne.The Australian federal police
US stock markets drop as tech companies lead losses

US stock markets drop as tech companies lead losses

China trade war fears rattle investors and downfall of Carlos Ghosn hits Nissan and Renault sharesUS stock markets dropped sharply on Monday as big technology companies led losses, and fears over an
What Trump gets wrong about the Osama bin Laden killing

What Trump gets wrong about the Osama bin Laden killing

The president claims the US should have ‘caught’ the al-Qaida leader earlier, but that ignores basic details of the raidDonald Trump has repeated his claim that Osama bin Laden, who was killed by US
DUP votes against finance bill in warning shot to May

DUP votes against finance bill in warning shot to May

Party fails to support government in apparent protest over Brexit dealThe future of Theresa May’s government has been thrown into further doubt after the Democratic Unionist party, whose 10 votes she
Q&A panel clash over moving Australia's Israel embassy to Jerusalem

Q&A panel clash over moving Australia's Israel embassy to Jerusalem

Special minister of state Alex Hawke says there are ‘very good arguments’ for shift, but Labor’s Mark Dreyfus calls it a ‘monumental blunder’The special minister of state, Alex Hawke, has come out in
Toppling May risks 'most appalling chaos', says Jeremy Hunt

Toppling May risks 'most appalling chaos', says Jeremy Hunt

Foreign secretary chastises MPs for encouraging letters of no confidence in Theresa MayRebels seeking to remove Theresa May risk bringing about “the most appalling chaos”, which could destabilise the
Carlos Ghosn's arrest may spark a French-Japanese bunfight | Nils Pratley

Carlos Ghosn's arrest may spark a French-Japanese bunfight | Nils Pratley

Nissan’s Hiroto Saikawa publicly trashed his ex-chairman’s legacy and the extent of his powerThey do corporate scandals differently in Japan. The downfall of Carlos Ghosn over alleged under-statement
EU ministers approve spy school plan in raft of defence initiatives

EU ministers approve spy school plan in raft of defence initiatives

European armoured vehicle and cyber-response team among 17 joint projects agreedForeign and defence ministers meeting in Brussels have agreed to launch a European spy school as part of a push to
'These walls have seen many things': Annabel’s artefacts go under hammer

'These walls have seen many things': Annabel’s artefacts go under hammer

Showbusiness stars expected to bid for artwork and furnishings from renowned London clubCelebrities and minor royals are expected to go head to head at Christie’s auction house on Tuesday in the hope