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'Cities of tents': Trump heightens anti-immigrant rhetoric at White House

'Cities of tents': Trump heightens anti-immigrant rhetoric at White House

Speech billed as policy address offers few specifics as president pledges to indefinitely detain migrantsDonald Trump has stepped up his rhetorical attack over immigration ahead of next week’s midterm
Pacific island to introduce world-first 'reef-toxic' sunscreen ban

Pacific island to introduce world-first 'reef-toxic' sunscreen ban

From 2020, lotions containing any of 10 chemicals linked to coral bleaching will be outlawedThe tiny Pacific island nation of Palau will ban “reef-toxic” sunscreens from 2020 in what it claims is a
'You can't erase us': in Silicon Valley protest, Google workers share assault stories

'You can't erase us': in Silicon Valley protest, Google workers share assault stories

Employees in Mountain View gathered to add their voices to the global protests, demanding a change to company policiesAfter a day of global protests, employees at Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters
Lion Air crash: pilot on earlier flight asked to turn plane around

Lion Air crash: pilot on earlier flight asked to turn plane around

Day before disaster, same aircraft had problems minutes after takeoff but managed to continue on to JakartaThe Lion Air plane that crashed into the Java Sea with 189 on board had technical problems
'We live in misery': New Caledonia's indigenous people fight for independence from France

'We live in misery': New Caledonia's indigenous people fight for independence from France

As the country prepares for a referendum on 4 November, the scars of colonisation are still raw Just over 16,700km from Paris, on the edge of the southwest Pacific Ocean, lies a little piece of
New Caledonia's independence referendum: what you need to know

New Caledonia's independence referendum: what you need to know

The French territory will vote on severing ties with Paris on Sunday, with indigenous Kanaks hoping for victoryOn 4 November, New Caledonia will go to the polls in a referendum deciding whether they
Trump: US troops will consider rocks thrown at them at border as 'firearms' - video

Trump: US troops will consider rocks thrown at them at border as 'firearms' - video

Donald Trump has told the US military, mobilising at the south-west border, that any rocks thrown by migrants should be considered as firearms.The US president made the comments on Thursday in a
Brazil president-elect Bolsonaro says he plans to move embassy to Jerusalem

Brazil president-elect Bolsonaro says he plans to move embassy to Jerusalem

Brazil would become the third country to have an embassy in Jerusalem, after the US and GuatemalaPresident-elect Jair Bolsonaro has reiterated that he plans to move Brazil’s embassy in Israel from Tel
Government to challenge federal court's ability to order sick refugees to Australia

Government to challenge federal court's ability to order sick refugees to Australia

Department of Home Affairs will argue the court does not have the jurisdiction to hear cases involving transfersThe federal government is pushing ahead with its challenge to the federal court’s
Apple sees record-breaking quarter with $62.9bn in revenues

Apple sees record-breaking quarter with $62.9bn in revenues

Fourth quarter sees revenues from services such as iCloud and Apple Music hit all-time high of $10bnApple, the world’s first company to be valued at $1 trillion, continues to grow at speed and has
Tennessee inmate asks supreme court to stop scheduled execution

Tennessee inmate asks supreme court to stop scheduled execution

Edmund Zagorski asked court take up claim that it is unconstitutional to force him to choose electric chair or injectionWith just hours left before his scheduled execution by electric chair, condemned
Migrant caravan seen as safer option for travelling: 'Going alone is risky'

Migrant caravan seen as safer option for travelling: 'Going alone is risky'

New migrant caravan leaves El Salvador as participants hope travelling together in the open will keep them secure Anabel Flores had been thinking of leaving El Salvador since March, when a local thug
How the next election determines our climate future – Australian politics live podcast

How the next election determines our climate future – Australian politics live podcast

Katharine Murphy talks to Kelly O’Shanassy, chief executive of the Australian Conservation Foundation, about why the next federal election will be a poll on climate change. Is the current environment
Investigators bound to scrutinise Arron Banks's Russian links

Investigators bound to scrutinise Arron Banks's Russian links

The pro-Brexit businessman’s explanations for meetings with Russian diplomats have shiftedThe National Crime Agency investigation into Arron Banks will inevitably examine his contacts with Russian
US justice department charges former Goldman bankers in 1MDB scandal

US justice department charges former Goldman bankers in 1MDB scandal

Charges of conspiring to launder billions embezzled by Malaysia’s state development fund are first to be brought by US authorities1MDB scandal explained The US justice department has charged two
Ramaphosa says corruption inquiry shedding light on dark period in South Africa

Ramaphosa says corruption inquiry shedding light on dark period in South Africa

President says he will account for his actions as a senior official under ZumaCyril Ramaphosa, the president of South Africa, has said he will appear before a judicial anti-corruption inquiry to
US charges Chinese companies with stealing trade secrets

US charges Chinese companies with stealing trade secrets

Justice department says they targeted Idaho-based Micron over a technology it produces that stores memory in electronicsThe United States has charged companies in China and Taiwan and three
Bolton praises Bolsonaro while declaring ‘troika of tyranny’ in Latin America

Bolton praises Bolsonaro while declaring ‘troika of tyranny’ in Latin America

Bolton hailed Brazilian president-elect a ‘positive sign’ as he announced new sanctions against Venezuela and CubaMidterm elections – live updatesJohn Bolton has welcomed Brazil’s far-right
$5bn project to map DNA of every animal, plant and fungus

$5bn project to map DNA of every animal, plant and fungus

International sequencing drive will involve reading genomes of 1.5m speciesAn ambitious international project to sequence the DNA of every known animal, plant and fungus in the world over the next 10
Team Syria: the side giving hope and purpose to refugees in Coventry | Nick Miller

Team Syria: the side giving hope and purpose to refugees in Coventry | Nick Miller

Mustafa escaped Homs three years ago with nothing but playing in the final of the Communities World Cup at St George’s Park has helped rebuild his life“I left because of the war. My city is very