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'Appalling' Khashoggi audio shocked Saudi intelligence – Erdoğan

'Appalling' Khashoggi audio shocked Saudi intelligence – Erdoğan

Turkish president keeps up pressure on Saudi crown prince, as pro-government paper publishes x-rays of hit team’s luggage Audio evidence related to the killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Pabst Blue Ribbon may be no more as battle brews in Milwaukee courtroom

Pabst Blue Ribbon may be no more as battle brews in Milwaukee courtroom

The cheap American lager argues that MillerCoors is forcing PBR out of business by breaking a decades-long contractA dystopian future is brewing in a Milwaukee courtroom. A future which could subject
Israel and Hamas agree to Gaza ceasefire after intense violence

Israel and Hamas agree to Gaza ceasefire after intense violence

Palestinian militants fired 400 rockets and mortars while Israel planes bombed 100 sitesHamas and other Palestinian militant groups have accepted an Egyptian-mediated agreement to halt two days of
Heatwaves can 'wipe out' male insect fertility

Heatwaves can 'wipe out' male insect fertility

Study of beetles could explain global decline – and also be a warning to humankindHeatwaves severely damage the fertility of male beetles and consecutive hot spells leave them virtually sterilised,
UK unemployment: Vacancies at record high as EU workers leave - business live

UK unemployment: Vacancies at record high as EU workers leave - business live

Basic pay in Britain rose by 3.2%, the fastest in a decade, but the unemployment rate has risen tooBreaking: UK pay growth hits 10-year highRecord fall in EU nationals in workUnemployment and
Alexei Navalny barred from leaving Russia to attend ECHR hearing

Alexei Navalny barred from leaving Russia to attend ECHR hearing

Opposition leader says border guards prevented him from flying out of a Moscow airportThe Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has been prevented from flying out of a Moscow airport to travel to
Brexit: UK and EU can still get deal within 48 hours, says Lidington

Brexit: UK and EU can still get deal within 48 hours, says Lidington

PM’s de-facto deputy says November summit achievable but progress ‘not definite’A Brexit deal could still be reached within the next 48 hours in time to trigger an emergency November summit, the prime
Senate knocks back Peter Dutton's move to limit asylum seeker rights

Senate knocks back Peter Dutton's move to limit asylum seeker rights

Coalition prevented from applying ‘fast-track’ process to group of 108 asylum seekersThe Senate has rejected a bid by Peter Dutton to subject 108 asylum seekers in Australia to a fast-track refugee
DRC opposition's electoral pact to fight ruling party collapses

DRC opposition's electoral pact to fight ruling party collapses

Attempt to defeat candidate backed by long-time president falls apart after 24 hoursAn agreement among opposition parties in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to field a single candidate in a
Venezuelan migrants live in shadows on Caribbean's sunshine islands

Venezuelan migrants live in shadows on Caribbean's sunshine islands

Curaçao hosts 16,000 undocumented Venezuelans who live under threat of summary deportation and many more have fled crisis at home to Trinidad and TobagoSunburned European holidaymakers amble around
Prince Charles at 70: royal fans can explore Clarence House online

Prince Charles at 70: royal fans can explore Clarence House online

Project created with Google to showcase prince’s support for heritage, art and architectureRoyal fans will be able to take a “virtual” walk through the halls of Prince Charles’s London home or
Pakistan's schools crisis has 'devastating impact on millions of girls'

Pakistan's schools crisis has 'devastating impact on millions of girls'

A third of girls are unable to attend primary school due to lack of facilities, research by Human Rights Watch revealsPakistan’s school system is in crisis, with a lack of government facilities
What would a smog-free city look like?

What would a smog-free city look like?

Forget ‘solutions’ such as smog towers, air-filtering buses and pollution-eating paints. We need to prevent the air pollution in the first placeThe persistent haze over many of our cities is a
Syrian refugee children enjoy a new start at school – in pictures

Syrian refugee children enjoy a new start at school – in pictures

Thousands of Syrians who have missed out on years of vital learning are being helped back into education in Lebanon and JordanAll photographs by Andy Hall Continue reading...
Arizona has rejected petty political attacks, says Democrat Kyrsten Sinema – video

Arizona has rejected petty political attacks, says Democrat Kyrsten Sinema – video

Democratic representative Kyrsten Sinema speaks about the importance of rising above personal rivalries after beating Republican Martha McSally to take Arizona's open US Senate seat. She said:
ABC management backtracks on ban on Sally McManus entering Sydney HQ

ABC management backtracks on ban on Sally McManus entering Sydney HQ

Executive’s letter had earlier said it was ‘inappropriate’ for ACTU secretary to hold union meeting inside ABCABC management has reversed its ban on ACTU secretary, Sally McManus, entering the
Farming industry to blame for TB crisis, not just badgers – report

Farming industry to blame for TB crisis, not just badgers – report

Movement of cattle and poor fencing hamper control efforts, says government reviewFrequent trading of cattle and poor biosecurity on farms is “severely hampering” efforts to tackle the crisis of
Russian trolls prey on the toxic way we do our politics | Rafael Behr

Russian trolls prey on the toxic way we do our politics | Rafael Behr

The Kremlin’s target is not the outcome of specific votes, such as for Brexit or the US presidency, but to divide the westTo understand the current political frenzy on both sides of the Atlantic, it
China’s mass incarceration of Muslims cannot be left unchallenged | Timothy Grose

China’s mass incarceration of Muslims cannot be left unchallenged | Timothy Grose

Despite appalling abuses of the Uighur people, the world remains quiet. We must unite to voice our outrageMore than 12 million Muslims have effectively been taken prisoner in their own homeland, an
California wildfires leave trail of destruction – in pictures

California wildfires leave trail of destruction – in pictures

Multiple fires have been raging in California leaving at least 31 people dead and 150,000 displaced throughout the state. The Camp fire in northern California has become the most destructive wildfire