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Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector

Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector

In aftermath of Haiti abuse scandal, NGOs will be able to vet prospective employees using Interpol and national policing databasesThe UK is to help launch a global register of dangerous criminals with
Prince Harry and Meghan begin tour of drought-stricken Dubbo

Prince Harry and Meghan begin tour of drought-stricken Dubbo

Schoolchildren greet the duke and duchess at the airport as royal visit continuesThe duke and duchess of Sussex have spent Wednesday touring the drought-stricken city of Dubbo – where they have been
Trump addresses Cohen, Khashoggi and Sessions in wide-ranging interview

Trump addresses Cohen, Khashoggi and Sessions in wide-ranging interview

In an interview with the Associated Press, the president also said he would pursue trade deals with Japan, Britain and the EUDonald Trump has said his former attorney Michael Cohen lied when he
'There is hope here': Fukushima turns to tourism after nuclear meltdown

'There is hope here': Fukushima turns to tourism after nuclear meltdown

The region may forever be associated with catastrophe, but some residents want the world to know that life goes onEven now, almost eight years after a deadly earthquake and tsunami triggered a
Aid standards body suspends Cafod over complaints handling

Aid standards body suspends Cafod over complaints handling

Catholic charity sacked two staff members after allegations of sexual misconductBritain’s biggest Catholic aid charity, Cafod, has been suspended from an international scheme which aims to protect aid
Living in Papua New Guinea? Share your thoughts about the upcoming Apec summit

Living in Papua New Guinea? Share your thoughts about the upcoming Apec summit

Tell us what you think about Port Moresby hosting world leaders at the Apec meeting and we’ll publish a selection of our favourite contributionsThe Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit is
Barnaby Joyce says if the Nationals leadership was offered he 'would take it' – as it happened

Barnaby Joyce says if the Nationals leadership was offered he 'would take it' – as it happened

Labor says Melissa Price may have misled parliament over meeting with former Kiribati leader, while Labor attacks PM over moving Israel embassy to Jerusalem. All the day’s events, live 8.05am BST So
Hondurans fleeing violence join migrant caravan – in pictures

Hondurans fleeing violence join migrant caravan – in pictures

A caravan of at least 1,500 people fleeing crime and poverty began in San Pedro Sula in Honduras with plans to march through Guatemala and Mexico to the United States. President Trump has threatened
French leftwinger Jean-Luc Mélenchon reacts angrily to police raids

French leftwinger Jean-Luc Mélenchon reacts angrily to police raids

Investigators into campaign funding abuses forced to leave offices of leftwing partyAnti-corruption investigators have raided the home and party headquarters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, prompting a furious
Nauru arrests Australian detention centre senior doctor and orders her to leave

Nauru arrests Australian detention centre senior doctor and orders her to leave

Australian Nicole Montana, from contractor IHMS, arrested on Tuesday nightNauruan authorities have arrested and ordered the removal of the senior medical officer for Australia’s immigration processing
Trump raises $100m for 2020 re-election bid, giving him significant head start

Trump raises $100m for 2020 re-election bid, giving him significant head start

Trump’s presidential campaign and associated committees raised more than $18m in the most recent fundraising periodDonald Trump’s presidential campaign and associated committees raised more than $18m
US-China tensions soar as 'new cold war' heats up

US-China tensions soar as 'new cold war' heats up

Rivalry escalates amid concerns over trade, as warships nearly collide and an FBI trap angers BeijingThe US and China have shrugged off rules and constraints that have kept their 21st-century global
Anna Burns wins Man Booker prize for ‘incredibly original’ Milkman

Anna Burns wins Man Booker prize for ‘incredibly original’ Milkman

Judges unanimous in choice of Northern Irish winner for ‘utterly distinctive’ Troubles-era novel Anna Burns has become the first Northern Irish author to win the Man Booker prize, taking the £50,000
Chancellor plans budget spending pledges to reassure MPs

Chancellor plans budget spending pledges to reassure MPs

Backbenchers are anxious about impact of universal credit rollout and years of austerityPhilip Hammond is planning to pepper his budget with a series of spending announcements to reassure Tory
Airstrike kills 60 Islamist extremist fighters in Somalia, US military says

Airstrike kills 60 Islamist extremist fighters in Somalia, US military says

No civilians were injured or killed in Friday’s airstrike, one of the deadliest operations against al-Shabaab A US airstrike has killed 60 Islamist extremist fighters in Somalia, in one of the
Brazil: infighting snags efforts to unite leftists against frontrunner Bolsonaro

Brazil: infighting snags efforts to unite leftists against frontrunner Bolsonaro

Internal squabbles make it harder to close gap in opinion polls less than two weeks before the runoff electionEfforts to unite the Brazilian left against rightwing presidential frontrunner Jair
Trump threatens to cut Honduras aid unless it stops migrant caravan

Trump threatens to cut Honduras aid unless it stops migrant caravan

President tweeted he will end aid, ‘effective immediately’, if Honduras fails to stop the group of up to 2,000 migrantsDonald Trump has threatened to cut off millions of dollars of aid to Honduras if
Jamal Khashoggi affair is proving a critical test for US diplomacy

Jamal Khashoggi affair is proving a critical test for US diplomacy

How much longer can Trump indulge Saudis’ claim that a rogue operation is to blame?Claims by Turkish officials that investigators have found evidence that Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi
Women win half of Ethiopia's cabinet roles in reshuffle

Women win half of Ethiopia's cabinet roles in reshuffle

Prime minister Abiy Ahmed creates new peace ministry in the latest in a string of changesEthiopia’s prime minister has appointed women to half the posts in his cabinet and created a new ministry of

Israel and Nelson Mandela’s moral legacy | Letters

Yehuda Avivi, an Israeli embassy spokesperson, defends his country against the charge of being an apartheid stateBy adopting an extreme anti-Israel position, ANC MP Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela (My