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'Not possible to police' Coalition plan to force new migrants to live in rural areas

'Not possible to police' Coalition plan to force new migrants to live in rural areas

Minister fails to specify how migrants would be shifted from big cities, after former Australian Border Force chief questions policyThe government will face big problems in enforcing its latest
'She just ended her career': Taylor Swift foray into politics sparks praise and fury

'She just ended her career': Taylor Swift foray into politics sparks praise and fury

Endorsements of Democrats blasted by Republicans, white supremacists and Trump, who now likes her music ‘25% less’When pop megastar Taylor Swift praised two Democratic candidates in her home state of
No apparent skid marks after limo crash that killed 20 people, NTSB says

No apparent skid marks after limo crash that killed 20 people, NTSB says

NTSB chairman said limousine that crashed on Saturday had some seat belts, but it was unclear if any passengers were wearing themThe National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reported on Monday
Trump claims Kavanaugh allegations are 'Democrat hoax' in new attack

Trump claims Kavanaugh allegations are 'Democrat hoax' in new attack

The president also claimed the allegations of sexual assault or misconduct were ‘all made up’ and ‘a disgrace’Donald Trump has said newly-confirmed supreme court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was
Google to shut down Google+ after failing to disclose user data leak

Google to shut down Google+ after failing to disclose user data leak

Company didn’t disclose leak for months to avoid a public relations headache and potential regulatory enforcementThis March, as Facebook was coming under global scrutiny over the harvesting of
Trump says he has no plans to fire Rosenstein – video

Trump says he has no plans to fire Rosenstein – video

Donald Trump has said he does not plan to dismiss Rod Rosenstein, the justice department official in charge of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. “No,I don’t,
Second Skripal poisoning suspect identified as GRU doctor

Second Skripal poisoning suspect identified as GRU doctor

Bellingcat reports Alexander Yevgenyevich Mishkin is a trained military doctor for Russian spy agencyThe investigative website Bellingcat has identified the second suspect responsible for poisoning
Bolsonaro allies ride conservative wave in Brazil elections

Bolsonaro allies ride conservative wave in Brazil elections

Upsets include little-known judge beating Rio Olympics mayor in state governor race Eduardo Paes, the voluble, samba-dancing former mayor of Rio de Janeiro who presided over its Olympic Games, had
Rod Rosenstein: Trump says he has no plans to fire deputy attorney general

Rod Rosenstein: Trump says he has no plans to fire deputy attorney general

President said his 30-minute conversation with the justice department official was ‘great’Donald Trump has said he does not plan to fire Rod Rosenstein, the justice department official in charge of
Stock markets stage sharp sell-off amid fear of Italy-EU budget fight

Stock markets stage sharp sell-off amid fear of Italy-EU budget fight

Shares on Wall Street and other markets decline over US-China trade war concernsGlobal stock markets staged a sharp sell-off on Monday amid growing concerns over a budget showdown between Italy and
Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance fits a brutal new pattern | Lina Khatib

Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance fits a brutal new pattern | Lina Khatib

Under Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia has become a state with zero tolerance of even measured dissentThe disappearance of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has sparked speculation that he has
PC accused of lying to paramedics called to treat arrested man

PC accused of lying to paramedics called to treat arrested man

Four Bedfordshire officers face disciplinary hearing after incident left student paralysedA police officer lied to paramedics called to treat a student athlete who had been arrested after an incident
Jamal Khashoggi: Turkey hunts black van it believes carried body

Jamal Khashoggi: Turkey hunts black van it believes carried body

Officials search for vehicle they say was part of convoy belonging to Saudi hit squadTurkish authorities are examining motorway cameras in the search for a black van they believe carried the body of
Everything to play for if MPs reject Brexit deal, says Nicola Sturgeon

Everything to play for if MPs reject Brexit deal, says Nicola Sturgeon

Scottish leader says SNP MPs almost certain to refuse to support any divorce dealNicola Sturgeon hopes the Scottish National party can help engineer a political crisis at Westminster that will force
Jaguar Land Rover to shut Solihull plant for two weeks after China sales slump

Jaguar Land Rover to shut Solihull plant for two weeks after China sales slump

The facility, which employs 9,000 staff, will close from 22 OctoberJaguar Land Rover is to close its Solihull plant for two weeks because of slumping sales in China, where trade tensions with the US
Spy agencies are worst at learning from past, say experts

Spy agencies are worst at learning from past, say experts

No profession is as ignorant of its history as the intelligence profession, book festival hearsIntelligence agencies more than any other professional body have “official amnesia” and repeatedly fail
Voters split on bringing families from Nauru to Australia, poll finds

Voters split on bringing families from Nauru to Australia, poll finds

Guardian Essential poll also finds 43% are against keeping asylum seekers on Nauru indefinitelyAustralian voters are evenly divided on whether asylum seeker and refugee families on Nauru should be
Abortion clinic safe-access zones face challenge in Australia's high court

Abortion clinic safe-access zones face challenge in Australia's high court

Campaigners challenging Victorian and Tasmanian laws argue they stifle free speechThe validity of the safe-access-zone laws in Victoria and Tasmania that prevent anti-abortion protesters from
Walter Laqueur obituary

Walter Laqueur obituary

Distinguished historian, journalist and scholar who focused on terrorism, the Holocaust and the decline of EuropeThe contemporary historian and journalist Walter Laqueur, who has died aged 97, made
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi criticised the regime – and paid with his life | David Hearst

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi criticised the regime – and paid with his life | David Hearst

The humble man I knew, who disappeared from the consulate in Istanbul, saw it as his duty to stand up for ordinary SaudisJamal Khashoggi is not the first Saudi exile to be killed. No one today