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Indonesia warns it will 'adjust' policies if Australia moves Israel embassy

Indonesia warns it will 'adjust' policies if Australia moves Israel embassy

Threat joins backlash from Middle East over possible move of embassy to JerusalemIndonesian officials have threatened to “adjust” policies towards Australia if the Morrison government decides to move
Trump says it appears Khashoggi is dead and consequences could be ‘severe’

Trump says it appears Khashoggi is dead and consequences could be ‘severe’

Remarks follow briefing, and end administration’s refusal to discuss Saudi journalist Donald Trump has said he presumes Jamal Khashoggi is dead and that the consequences for Saudi Arabia could be
Bristol race relations adviser Tasered by police is targeted again

Bristol race relations adviser Tasered by police is targeted again

Avon and Somerset officers mistake Judah Adunbi for wanted man for second timeA police force that shot its own race relations adviser with a stun gun in 2017 after mistaking him for a wanted man has
Donald Trump: It 'certainly looks like' Jamal Khashoggi is dead – video

Donald Trump: It 'certainly looks like' Jamal Khashoggi is dead – video

The US president tells reporters that 'it certainly looks like' missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead. Trump said his administration is still awaiting the results of a number of
Trump lawyer claims presidential immunity in Summer Zervos appeal

Trump lawyer claims presidential immunity in Summer Zervos appeal

Claim of state immunity was rejected by lower courtOne-time Apprentice contestant alleges defamation by TrumpDonald Trump’s lawyer argued vehemently in a New York appeals court on Thursday that the
Spacewatch: mission to Mercury braced for blast-off

Spacewatch: mission to Mercury braced for blast-off

BepiColombo will investigate the internal structure, magnetic field and surface composition of the innermost planet to the Sun A European-Japanese mission to Mercury is in the final stages of
Bolsonaro business backers accused of illegal Whatsapp fake news campaign

Bolsonaro business backers accused of illegal Whatsapp fake news campaign

Workers’ party urges police to investigate ‘industry of lies’, saying 156 entrepreneurs fund misinformation for far-right frontrunnerThe far-right frontrunner in Brazil’s bitterly contested election
Morning mail: Saudi summit boycott, loneliness warning, the power to crush Trump

Morning mail: Saudi summit boycott, loneliness warning, the power to crush Trump

Friday: Big players pull out of economic forum in kingdom after alleged murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Plus: Michael Moore predicts leftwing comebackGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you
'Red shirts' scandal is back, threatening to derail 2018 Victorian election

'Red shirts' scandal is back, threatening to derail 2018 Victorian election

Police reportedly calling Labor MPs in for questioning over payment of campaign organisers at last electionRorting allegations dating back to the 2014 Victorian election are threatening to derail the
Tory MPs round on 'desperate' May over Brexit transition

Tory MPs round on 'desperate' May over Brexit transition

PM’s admission that UK could stay tied to EU for longer triggers angry backlashTheresa May’s admission in Brussels that the UK could stay tied to the EU for a year longer has prompted an angry
White man who shot three black men during Hurricane Katrina pleads guilty

White man who shot three black men during Hurricane Katrina pleads guilty

Roland Bourgeois Jr, who pleaded guilty to a hate crime, will face five to 10 years in prison for the shootingA man who shot and wounded three black men as they attempted to evacuate New Orleans
Father of M40 crash victim 'angry' to learn of driver's earlier collision

Father of M40 crash victim 'angry' to learn of driver's earlier collision

Man in his 80s who drove wrong way on motorway killing Stuart Richards had been in another collision five days beforeThe family of a man who was killed when his vehicle was struck by a car towing a
Brexit, cutting ourselves off from our past, and from science funding | Letters

Brexit, cutting ourselves off from our past, and from science funding | Letters

Letters from Prehistoric Society president Clive Gamble, British Academy Europe liaison chair Helen Wallace, Steve Peers and Louise Rowntree and Kelvin AppletonHow hard can it be for the government to
Israeli supreme court overturns ruling barring US student from country

Israeli supreme court overturns ruling barring US student from country

Lara Alqasem refused entry on study visa on 2 OctoberAuthorities cited her role in Students for Justice in Palestine An American student who was barred entry into Israel under a law against foreign
Trump is crude on Saudi Arabia, but he’s simply continuing US policy | Gary Younge

Trump is crude on Saudi Arabia, but he’s simply continuing US policy | Gary Younge

US presidents have been appeasing brutal dictatorships for years. Trump merely does it with appalling and brazen clarityIn 1989 five teenagers – four black and one Hispanic – were arrested for the
Two police officers could be charged over Dalian Atkinson death

Two police officers could be charged over Dalian Atkinson death

File passed to CPS over death of former footballer who was shot with stun gunTwo police officers could be prosecuted over the death of the former footballer Dalian Atkinson, who collapsed after being
Constitution’s power to 'enable' race discrimination should be removed, MPs told

Constitution’s power to 'enable' race discrimination should be removed, MPs told

Mick Gooda says Australia is the only country in the world that has such laws and reform is urgently neededThe Australian constitution’s power to “enable” and “permit” racial discrimination should be
US downgrades consulate for Palestinians into Israel embassy unit

US downgrades consulate for Palestinians into Israel embassy unit

Consulate general and embassy will merge, Mike Pompeo said, but it ‘does not signal a change of US policy’ The United States has announced it plans to close its main diplomatic mission to the
EU leaders ready to help May sell Brexit deal to parliament

EU leaders ready to help May sell Brexit deal to parliament

PM will receive backing to build ‘coalition of the reasonable’ in desperate bid to avoid no dealEU leaders are preparing to back Theresa May in building a “coalition of the reasonable” in the UK
Khashoggi suspects: Turkish newspaper publishes fresh images

Khashoggi suspects: Turkish newspaper publishes fresh images

CCTV images show one of alleged 15-man team at Saudi consulate the day journalist disappearedPictures have emerged of the suspected Saudi hit squad that allegedlyassassinated Jamal Khashoggi, showing