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San Quentin death row inmate allegedly killed by fellow prisoner

San Quentin death row inmate allegedly killed by fellow prisoner

Killings common in California prisons but rare on death row, where last one occurred in 1997One condemned inmate killed another on Friday, the first such attack on a death row inmate in California in
Liberal MP Stuart Robert to repay huge home internet bills

Liberal MP Stuart Robert to repay huge home internet bills

Assistant treasurer concedes the thousands of dollars clocked up were higher than public expectationsThe assistant treasurer, Stuart Robert, says he will pay back thousands of dollars of home internet
Most Wentworth voters want Nauru children brought to Australia

Most Wentworth voters want Nauru children brought to Australia

Exclusive: Poll shows climate change tops list of issues for people in the electorate, ahead of the economy and hospital fundingA clear majority of voters in the electorate of Wentworth want children
Mormon church backs deal to legalize medical marijuana in Utah

Mormon church backs deal to legalize medical marijuana in Utah

Ranking global leader Jack Gerard said they were ‘thrilled’ to be part of effort to ‘alleviate human pain and suffering’The Mormon church joined lawmakers, the governor and advocates to back a deal on
Deep divide: Kavanaugh confirmation fight exposes America's bitter fault lines

Deep divide: Kavanaugh confirmation fight exposes America's bitter fault lines

The only thing everyone agrees on is that the division runs deep – and no one is quite sure where it is headingIn the phrase of the journalist Carl Bernstein, this is what a cold civil war looks like.
More than 6,500 children missing in Mexico, new data reveals

More than 6,500 children missing in Mexico, new data reveals

According to the national registry, about 18% of the nation’s 37,435 missing are minors, a problem largely unrecognizedMore than 6,600 children and adolescents have disappeared in Mexico over the past
Met police criticised over video of forceful restraint of black man

Met police criticised over video of forceful restraint of black man

Stop and search scrutiny panel chair calls for investigation after footage emergesThe Metropolitan police are facing criticism over a stop and search of a young black man caught on video in which
Child among three Palestinians shot dead by Israeli army

Child among three Palestinians shot dead by Israeli army

More than 120 wounded during shooting at weekly protests at Israel’s border fence with the Gaza StripIsraeli forces have killed three Palestinians including a child at a border protest in Gaza,
Chicago police officer who shot black teen 16 times found guilty of murder

Chicago police officer who shot black teen 16 times found guilty of murder

Jason Van Dyke was captured on dashcam video killing Laquan McDonald, 17, in October 2014The white Chicago police officer who shot black teenager Laquan McDonald 16 times in an encounter captured on
Tony Abbott faces campaign using tactics that defeated Mirabella in Indi

Tony Abbott faces campaign using tactics that defeated Mirabella in Indi

Voices of Warringah created after their MP’s refusal to engage, group’s president saysA group of Tony Abbott’s constituents have formed Voices of Warringah – based on the successful Voices for Indi,
Revealed: May's secret bid to get Labour to back Brexit deal

Revealed: May's secret bid to get Labour to back Brexit deal

Senior Tories press ‘national interest’ case for supporting PM to avoid no-deal outcome Theresa May has drawn up plans for a secret charm offensive aimed at persuading dozens of Labour MPs to back her
Russia unlikely to reduce aggressive spying, analysts warn

Russia unlikely to reduce aggressive spying, analysts warn

Expulsion of agents from the Netherlands will not deter Vladimir Putin, experts sayMoscow is unlikely to be deterred from carrying out aggressive foreign spying operations by the embarrassing
Canada asks: can police officers smoke marijuana after legalization?

Canada asks: can police officers smoke marijuana after legalization?

Vancouver, Ottawa, Regina and Montreal will let officers use it recreationally as Calgary introduced a zero-consumption policyPolice in Canada want to know: can we get high?Forces across the country
The Guardian view on Russia and hacking: time to tackle our vulnerabilities | Editorial

The Guardian view on Russia and hacking: time to tackle our vulnerabilities | Editorial

The disrupted cyber-attack on the chemical weapons watchdog and allegations of a sophisticated Chinese hardware hack have highlighted the dangersThe farcical aspects of the attempted Russian
The Guardian view on Jamal Khashoggi: the missing Saudi journalist must be found | Editorial

The Guardian view on Jamal Khashoggi: the missing Saudi journalist must be found | Editorial

The disappearance of one of the kingdom’s most articulate critics is concerning at a time when the press is everywhere under threat“Many Arabs who seek freedom, equality and democracy feel defeated,”
Nobel peace prize 2018 winners: who are Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad? – video profile

Nobel peace prize 2018 winners: who are Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad? – video profile

Two leaders of the struggle against sexual violence in war have won this year’s Nobel peace prize. Denis Mukwege, a doctor in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has spent decades caring for victims
Melania Trump criticised for wearing colonial-style hat during Kenyan safari

Melania Trump criticised for wearing colonial-style hat during Kenyan safari

Originally worn in 19th century by explorers, the pith helmet has become symbol of colonial ruleMelania Trump has prompted consternation, some anger and much derision by choosing a pith helmet – a
Fears mount over Saudi journalist missing since entering consulate

Fears mount over Saudi journalist missing since entering consulate

Riyadh urged to cooperate after no news on whereabouts of critic Jamal KhashoggiThe Washington Post has published a blank column in its Friday’s print edition and a blank page on its website to
Political murders and South Africa’s next election | Letters

Political murders and South Africa’s next election | Letters

Following a report highlighting political killings, it’s vitally important the international community acts to ensure next year’s election is free and fair, says Martin PlautSouth Africa’s president,
Scottish civil court rules that acquitted man did rape student

Scottish civil court rules that acquitted man did rape student

Sheriff rules in favour of woman who sued Stephen Coxen after jury found criminal charges not provenA Scottish court has ruled that a former university student was raped on a night out, after she sued