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Jean-Claude Juncker: 'Our British friends need to say what they want' - video

Jean-Claude Juncker: 'Our British friends need to say what they want' - video

The president of the European commission says Theresa May failed to bring a clear plan for future relations with the EU after Brexit. The British 'need to say what they want, instead of asking us what
Wild weather causes flooding in Melbourne and chaos in Sydney

Wild weather causes flooding in Melbourne and chaos in Sydney

Storms hit near peak hour in both capital cities, prompting traffic chaos and calls for assistanceA thunderstorm sweeping across Melbourne on Friday caused widespread flash-flooding prompting numerous
Rightwing Venezuelan exiles hope Brazil’s Bolsonaro will help US invade

Rightwing Venezuelan exiles hope Brazil’s Bolsonaro will help US invade

Some believe the rise of Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s next president, makes a US-led military intervention in Venezuela more likelyVenezuelan dissident Roderick Navarro remembers shedding tears of joy
Vogue shoots and bike cemeteries: Lianzhou Foto festival 2018

Vogue shoots and bike cemeteries: Lianzhou Foto festival 2018

The theme of this year’s festival is ‘the wind of time’ and it features visionary work from some of the world’s most renowned photographers. The striking images, from fashion shoots to food factories,
Queensland police charge officer with hacking after domestic violence victim's details leaked

Queensland police charge officer with hacking after domestic violence victim's details leaked

Exclusive: Senior Constable Neil Punchard, disciplined for sending woman’s address to her violent former husband, faces nine chargesQueensland police have laid nine criminal charges against an officer
'Racist' Gandhi statue removed from University of Ghana

'Racist' Gandhi statue removed from University of Ghana

Monument installed two years ago taken away in middle of night amid controversy over Gandhi’s views about AfricansA Mahatma Gandhi statue has been removed from the campus of the University of Ghana
Being a father to school-aged daughter 'makes men less sexist'

Being a father to school-aged daughter 'makes men less sexist'

Author of LSE research says findings show scope for ‘changing attitude later in life’Being the father of a school-aged daughter makes men less sexist, according to a new study.The team behind the work
‘I felt like an impostor’: a mixed-race American in Africa

‘I felt like an impostor’: a mixed-race American in Africa

‘Passing for white’ was a complicated feeling at home in Ohio. In Chad, it was a whole different experience again. By Alexander HurstEvery time I crossed the courtyard, walked past the well in the
Britain’s direct complicity in the war in Yemen must end | Rowan Williams

Britain’s direct complicity in the war in Yemen must end | Rowan Williams

Millions of people face slaughter or starvation – the UK must stop sending billions in arms exports to Saudi ArabiaCount the number of times you see or hear the phrase “peace on Earth” in the next
Ukraine-Russia tensions reach Greece’s holy Mount Athos

Ukraine-Russia tensions reach Greece’s holy Mount Athos

Orthodox church’s decision to make Ukrainian branch independent of Russia causes schism and predictions of violenceIn the chilly pre-dawn gloom one recent morning, Father Makarios hurried to his
Lee stabbing: witness appeal after police make murder arrest

Lee stabbing: witness appeal after police make murder arrest

Suspect aged 18 joins 16-year-old already in custody over death of Jay Sewell, 16An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of stabbing to death a teenager in south-east London.Jay Sewell died
Funding for new anti-corruption body well below what experts say is needed

Funding for new anti-corruption body well below what experts say is needed

The Coalition’s proposed Commonwealth integrity commission has also drawn criticism for its lack of public hearings and treatment of politiciansThe funding of the Coalition’s proposed integrity
Country diary: cattle take shelter in the PoW camp's muddied rooms

Country diary: cattle take shelter in the PoW camp's muddied rooms

Featherstone, Northumberland: We pass a plaque commemorating ‘Captain Herbert Sulzbach OBE who dedicated himself to making this camp a seed bed of British-German reconciliation’We haven’t been here
Healthcare to get $100bn boost as India aims to cut maternal deaths

Healthcare to get $100bn boost as India aims to cut maternal deaths

Spending on health will double by 2025, with India intent on improving its record on mortality of mothers and infantsIndia has pledged to spend $100bn (£79bn) more on healthcare over the next seven
Sondra Locke, actor in Clint Eastwood films, dies at 74

Sondra Locke, actor in Clint Eastwood films, dies at 74

Actor starred in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, before role in Eastwood’s The Outlaw Josey WalesSondra Locke: a life in pictures Sondra Locke, the American actor who was nominated for an Oscar for her
Surveillance fears grow after Taylor Swift uses face recognition tech on fans

Surveillance fears grow after Taylor Swift uses face recognition tech on fans

Pop star’s reported use of software to root out stalkers may be well meant, but it fuels a disturbing trend, experts sayTaylor Swift secretly secretly surveilling her fans using facial recognition
HSC rankings don’t show how effective schools are. We shouldn't obsess about them | Josephine Tovey

HSC rankings don’t show how effective schools are. We shouldn't obsess about them | Josephine Tovey

League tables don’t tell us which schools are the ‘worst’ or ‘best’. They are a hugely simplistic exerciseAfter Jihad Dib became principal of Punchbowl Boys High in Sydney’s south-west, he was widely
Synthethic cannabis makers face life in jail amid New Zealand crackdown

Synthethic cannabis makers face life in jail amid New Zealand crackdown

Drug will be classified as class A as government tackles scourge of country’s most deadly narcoticManufacturers and distributors of synthetic cannabis could face life in prison after the New Zealand
'The saddest image': courtroom sketch captures Michael Cohen's bad day

'The saddest image': courtroom sketch captures Michael Cohen's bad day

Artist known for images of Tom Brady and Harvey Weinstein portrays moment of former Trump fixer’s downfall Michael Cohen did not have a good day yesterday. But no headline captured the discontent of
New gangs 'Uberise' Europe's cocaine supply and bring more violence

New gangs 'Uberise' Europe's cocaine supply and bring more violence

Rising production from Latin America has led groups from North Africa and the Balkans to change the drug trade, EU agency saysA surge in the supply of pure cocaine to Europe has led to a rise in