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Women lead the charge in healing scars of war in Mozambique wildlife park | Claudine Spera and Irene Baqué

Women lead the charge in healing scars of war in Mozambique wildlife park | Claudine Spera and Irene Baqué

Decimated by the civil war, Gorongosa national park is being coaxed back to life, and with it comes the promise of a brighter future for the area’s young girls Continue reading...
Audit push after Melbourne worker dies submerged in concrete

Audit push after Melbourne worker dies submerged in concrete

Construction union calls for inspections of dozens of cranes after one man dies and another left in critical conditionA worker is fighting for life following a crane accident in Melbourne’s east that
Healing the scars of war: the women rebuilding Mozambique's national park - video

Healing the scars of war: the women rebuilding Mozambique's national park - video

In the heart of central Mozambique, Gorongosa park was destroyed in the crossfire of the country's civil war. Now women are leading the way in its restoration, helping to heal the scars left by the
From darkness to the light: Syrian families find peace in rural England

From darkness to the light: Syrian families find peace in rural England

Success of resettlements in Herefordshire has challenged ideas of where to place refugeesThe eccentrically named Bunch of Carrots pub in the heart of Herefordshire oozes English rural charm, with its
Burt Reynolds: the easygoing cannonball of old-school Hollywood manliness | Peter Bradshaw

Burt Reynolds: the easygoing cannonball of old-school Hollywood manliness | Peter Bradshaw

In his heyday in movies like Smokey and the Bandit, Reynolds became a hugely popular star who embodied the twinkly-eyed man’s man with a touch of the rebel Related: Burt Reynolds, Hollywood film star,
Welcome to 'Tourism Vacation Town': China to build $1.2bn holiday hotspot in Cambodia

Welcome to 'Tourism Vacation Town': China to build $1.2bn holiday hotspot in Cambodia

Vast project follows a similar $3.8bn project, raising concerns about Beijing’s dollar diplomacy in the region A $1.2bn Chinese-built “luxury city” is being built in Cambodia, accelerating what
Friday briefing: Candidate stabbed in Brazil election drama

Friday briefing: Candidate stabbed in Brazil election drama

Doctors save Jair Bolsonaro after attack at campaign rally … farewell to Hollywood great Burt Reynolds … and sex abuse claims against Thai yoga guruGood morning, it’s Warren Murray getting your Friday
The real Goldfinger: the London banker who broke the world

The real Goldfinger: the London banker who broke the world

The true story of how the City of London invented offshore banking – and set the rich freeEvery January, to coincide with the World Economic Forum in Davos, Oxfam tells us how much richer the world’s
UK and US border officials join forces in bid to tackle female genital mutilation

UK and US border officials join forces in bid to tackle female genital mutilation

Information from airport interviews to be shared as part of Anglo-US drive to protect potential victimsBritish police and border security will share intelligence on female genital mutilation with US
Jacinda Ardern under pressure after minister resigns amid email scandal

Jacinda Ardern under pressure after minister resigns amid email scandal

Resignation of Clare Curran caps off difficult month for New Zealand prime ministerNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has accepted the resignation of her communications minister only hours
Victorian government takes private documents off website as legal threats mount

Victorian government takes private documents off website as legal threats mount

Matthew Guy documents containing private details of citizens removed for privacy redactionsConfidential documents containing private details of Victorian citizens that had been uploaded by the
Trevor the lonely duck gets tiny island of Niue in a flap

Trevor the lonely duck gets tiny island of Niue in a flap

Arrival of lone bird has surprised and delighted Pacific atoll’s residents who bring food and spend time topping up its puddleThe remote Pacific atoll of Niue, a three and a half hour flight from
Barnaby Joyce sexual harassment investigation unable to reach conclusion

Barnaby Joyce sexual harassment investigation unable to reach conclusion

Complainant Catherine Marriott says National party’s inconclusive determination ‘isn’t good enough’An eight-month investigation into a complaint of sexual harassment against the former deputy prime
'Washington's sharksucker': Chinese media fires at Britain over South China Sea

'Washington's sharksucker': Chinese media fires at Britain over South China Sea

China Daily decries ‘reckless actions’ after HMS Albion sails close to disputed Paracel islandsThe United Kingdom should “refrain from being Washington’s sharksucker”, according to a state-run Chinese
Japan earthquake: death toll rises in Hokkaido

Japan earthquake: death toll rises in Hokkaido

Dozens missing after tourist hotspot hit by landslides during Thursday’s 6.7-magnitude quake The death toll from a powerful earthquake that hit Hokkaido has doubled to at least 16, according to
Trump doubles down on 'treason' accusation after New York Times op-ed

Trump doubles down on 'treason' accusation after New York Times op-ed

At Montana rally, president hails Republican who assaulted Guardian reporter as fighter ‘in more ways than one’ Donald Trump on Thursday accused the New York Times of committing “treason” after the
Takata recall: Sydney man was due to replace airbag two days before fatal accident

Takata recall: Sydney man was due to replace airbag two days before fatal accident

Airbag activated and flung metal at man after ‘relatively minor collision’, court hearsA Sydney driver was due to have a faulty Takata airbag replaced two days before he was killed in a car accident,
Paris climate deal doesn't stop us building new coal plants, Canavan says

Paris climate deal doesn't stop us building new coal plants, Canavan says

Minister says agreement Australia committed to ‘doesn’t actually bind us to anything in particular’Australia does not need to quit the Paris climate agreement because our commitments are non-binding,
'Lots of evidence' Syria preparing chemical weapons in Idlib, says US envoy

'Lots of evidence' Syria preparing chemical weapons in Idlib, says US envoy

Special adviser Jim Jeffrey warns any offensive by Russia or Syria would create huge numbers of refugees There is “lots of evidence” chemical weapons are being prepared by Syrian government forces in
Defense cites Trump's death penalty tweets in New York terror attack trial

Defense cites Trump's death penalty tweets in New York terror attack trial

Sayfullo Saipov’s attorney claims Jeff Sessions cannot ‘fairly and independently’ decide whether to seek capital punishmentDonald Trump’s tweet last year that the man accused of the bicycle path