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San Bernadino shooting: children among 10 people injured

San Bernadino shooting: children among 10 people injured

Police spokesman says three people ‘extremely critical’No weapon found or suspect named Ten people including children were shot at an apartment complex in San Bernadino, California on Sunday night,
Diet advice and tiny seats: how to avoid 10 forms of fatphobia

Diet advice and tiny seats: how to avoid 10 forms of fatphobia

Reactions to the image of model Tess Holliday on the cover of Cosmopolitan this month show fat discrimination is as nasty as ever. Want to avoid it? Here’s a simple guide As a 115kg (18st) woman who
Home Office loses 75% of its appeals against immigration rulings

Home Office loses 75% of its appeals against immigration rulings

Successful applicants being unnecessarily put through traumatic process, say lawyersNearly three-quarters of final immigration court appeals brought by the Home Office against rulings allowing asylum
Trump v Trumka: president marks Labor Day with attack on union leader

Trump v Trumka: president marks Labor Day with attack on union leader

AFL-CIO president criticises Nafta talks, economy on FoxTrump claim of ‘record low’ unemployment is not accurateDonald Trump started his Labor Day holiday with an attack on a top union leader.
Two in court martial trial over deaths of men on SAS test march

Two in court martial trial over deaths of men on SAS test march

British army major and ex-officer deny performing duty negligently after three die from fatal heat illnessA major in the British army and a former officer are facing trial by court martial over the
Brazil's national museum: what could be lost in the fire?

Brazil's national museum: what could be lost in the fire?

As the damage is assessed, we look at the collection’s most precious objects spanning millions of yearsThe full extent of the damage caused to artefacts by the devastating fire at the Museu Nacional
Death of Australian Sinead McNamara on superyacht in Greece investigated

Death of Australian Sinead McNamara on superyacht in Greece investigated

Model, 20, was working as a crew member on Mexican billionaire’s luxury shipGreek police are conducting an investigation into the death of an Australian model onboard a superyacht off the Ionian
No 10: Boris Johnson has 'no new ideas' and does not offer 'serious leadership'- Politics live

No 10: Boris Johnson has 'no new ideas' and does not offer 'serious leadership'- Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenBoris Johnson’s Brexit article - Summary and analysisNo 10 lobby briefing - Summary 12.52pm BST The Scottish National party now has
Steve Bannon: Australia is on ‘frontlines’ of economic war with China

Steve Bannon: Australia is on ‘frontlines’ of economic war with China

Former Trump White House chief strategist says populist surge a ‘global revolution’ that is coming to Australia Australia is on the “frontlines” of an economic war with China, a “totalitarian
Emmanuel Macron stresses opposition to 'blind Brexit'

Emmanuel Macron stresses opposition to 'blind Brexit'

French president seeks clarity on trade deal before Brexit to avoid extending transitionThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, has stressed his opposition to a “blind Brexit” in which the UK leaves
Cocaine smuggling is corrupting Antwerp politics, says mayor

Cocaine smuggling is corrupting Antwerp politics, says mayor

Bart De Wever blames Dutch drug bosses for tenfold rise in drug finds at Belgian portThe scale of cocaine smuggling at the port of Antwerp – through which half of Europe’s supply of the drug
End of the line: the edges of Barcelona – in pictures

End of the line: the edges of Barcelona – in pictures

In Final de Linea, photographers Alessandro Vincenzi and Marco Ansaloni document the people and places at the far reaches of Barcelona’s metro systemAll photographs : Alessandro Vincenzi/CAPTA and
South Korea's fertility rate set to hit record low of 0.96

South Korea's fertility rate set to hit record low of 0.96

Drop below one for first time could lead to pensions shortfall and economic declineSouth Korea’s fertility rate is expected to fall to an all-time low this year, setting the country up for a host of
'I will name names on bullying,' says Liberal senator Lucy Gichuhi

'I will name names on bullying,' says Liberal senator Lucy Gichuhi

Lucy Gichuhi says she will use parliamentary privilege to expose ‘intimidation’ as minister for women speaks outThe minister for women, Kelly O’Dwyer, has said government MPs were intimidated during
Watch your step: why the 10,000 daily goal is built on bad science

Watch your step: why the 10,000 daily goal is built on bad science

An entire industry has been built on the claim that 10,000 steps a day were necessary to be healthy. But where did the figure come from?In recent years, the 10,000-steps-a-day regime has become
New York Yemenis mourn US role in their country's civil war

New York Yemenis mourn US role in their country's civil war

Concerns grow with news that US-made weapons were used to kill children, while Trump’s travel ban leaves civilians trappedWhen the spicy lamb haneeth arrives at the table of New York’s Yemen Cafe, the
Sharp rise in proportion of migrants dying in Mediterranean, says UN

Sharp rise in proportion of migrants dying in Mediterranean, says UN

Refugee agency reveals fewer people crossing to Europe but one death for every 18 arrivalsFewer people are making the journey across the Mediterranean to Europe, but the proportion of those losing
Louvre Abu Dhabi postpones display of Leonardo's Salvator Mundi

Louvre Abu Dhabi postpones display of Leonardo's Salvator Mundi

Delayed unveiling of world’s most expensive painting adds to mystery shrouding its acquisition and authenticityThe Louvre Abu Dhabi has indefinitely postponed the unveiling of Leonardo da Vinci’s
Nepal cracks down on lucrative helicopter rescue scams

Nepal cracks down on lucrative helicopter rescue scams

Climbers forced to abandon ascents at first sign of illness to be flown to private hospitalsNepal has ordered a review of the way summit helicopter rescues are conducted after uncovering a
Shorten says Labor would support royal commission into power companies

Shorten says Labor would support royal commission into power companies

But opposition leader insists it must investigate whether privatisation has driven up pricesLabor has signalled it could support a royal commission into Australia’s power companies if the terms of