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Mohamed Salah statue mocked by fans as forward gets Ronaldo treatment

Mohamed Salah statue mocked by fans as forward gets Ronaldo treatment

The work unveiled in Egypt captures Liverpool player’s trademark pose – but not necessarily his likenessA statue of Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been unveiled in his home country of Egypt,
For us to tackle climate change, companies need to pay their tax | Wayne Swan

For us to tackle climate change, companies need to pay their tax | Wayne Swan

Less fiscal revenue means less money for vital infrastructure and less money to prepare for the effects of natural disastersIt’s been a year of natural disasters. After Irma, Maria, Harvey, hurricane
Virgin Australia has second thoughts on acknowledging veterans

Virgin Australia has second thoughts on acknowledging veterans

Company says it will consult veterans’ groups after plan for priority boarding and public recognition gets a dusty receptionVirgin Airlines has backed-tracked on its plan to give Australian veterans a
South Korea and US resume military drills ahead of nuclear talks

South Korea and US resume military drills ahead of nuclear talks

Joint exercise on Monday comes days before Mike Pompeo meets leading Kim Jong-un adviser in New York The United States and South Korea have resumed some military exercises just days ahead of a
UK high commission in New Zealand to recruit Māori adviser and te reo teacher

UK high commission in New Zealand to recruit Māori adviser and te reo teacher

Laura Clarke says the increasing use of indigenous language means the country is becoming bilingual The British high commission in New Zealand has been given the green light to recruit its first
New pregnancy guidelines bring back weigh-ins and end routine vitamin D tests

New pregnancy guidelines bring back weigh-ins and end routine vitamin D tests

Updated Australian advice recommends testing for hepatits C and better management of dietPregnant women will be offered a weigh-in at every antenatal visit and consistently advised about diet and
Skin cancer deaths soar for men in developed nations

Skin cancer deaths soar for men in developed nations

Rates double in Ireland and Croatia in 30 years, with 70% jump in Spain and UK – but women take more care in sunSkin cancer deaths among men have soared in wealthy nations since 1985, with mortality
Tower of London lights up in stunning Armistice memorial

Tower of London lights up in stunning Armistice memorial

About 10,000 flames lit to mark the centenary of the end of the first world warThe Tower of London glowed on Sunday evening after thousands of torches were lit in its dry moat to mark the centenary of
Trump says Yemen bus attack was due to bombers not using weapon properly

Trump says Yemen bus attack was due to bombers not using weapon properly

President says he will raise the matter with Saudis, whose coalition forces killed 51 people in August using a US bombDonald Trump has said the air attack on a school bus in Yemen by Saudi-led
UK's top lawyers urge Theresa May to back second Brexit vote

UK's top lawyers urge Theresa May to back second Brexit vote

More than 1,500 sign letter calling on PM to let British people have final say on EU membership More than 1,500 of the UK’s top lawyers have urged Theresa May and MPs to back a second Brexit
UK backs UN call for Saudi Arabia and Houthis to end Yemen bloodshed

UK backs UN call for Saudi Arabia and Houthis to end Yemen bloodshed

Jeremy Hunt says cessation of hostilities could ‘alleviate suffering’ of Yemeni peopleBritain is to end its opposition to the tabling of a UN security council resolution designed to put pressure on
Kerryn Phelps seeks urgent briefing on Peter Dutton's eligibility

Kerryn Phelps seeks urgent briefing on Peter Dutton's eligibility

Wentworth byelection winner says evidence ‘most important’ on whether minister should be referred to high courtWentworth byelection winner Kerryn Phelps has said she will seek an urgent briefing on
Trump and Obama trade blows as midterm elections loom

Trump and Obama trade blows as midterm elections loom

Trump stokes immigration fears with ads and rally rhetoricDemocrats sense House win but 2016 counsels cautionAs the final countdown begins to Tuesday’s midterm elections, the contest is turning into a
Pompeo insists US sanctions will not hurt the Iranian people

Pompeo insists US sanctions will not hurt the Iranian people

Iran braces for fresh US sanctions including oil embargoTrump secretary of state says move is about support for terrorUS secretary of state Mike Pompeo has defended the re-imposition of sanctions on
Australia to relax working holiday visas for backpackers and Pacific Islanders

Australia to relax working holiday visas for backpackers and Pacific Islanders

Government to reduce restrictions to ease farm jobs shortageBackpackers and other visitors on working holidays will be able to stay in Australia longer under a federal government plan to help farmers
Nurse who treated Pittsburgh shooter: 'I'm sure he had no idea I was Jewish'

Nurse who treated Pittsburgh shooter: 'I'm sure he had no idea I was Jewish'

Ari Mahler cared for Robert Bowers who was shot by police after he killed 11 people and wounded six at a synagogueA week after a gunman shouted antisemitic remarks as he killed 11 people and wounded
Morning mail: US midterms, inland rail lobbying, New Caledonia says 'non'

Morning mail: US midterms, inland rail lobbying, New Caledonia says 'non'

Monday: The US midterms have become an ugly battle over race. Plus: how one wealthy Queensland family lobbied to move a rail lineGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and
'A mess': Irish border issue continues to hamper Brexit progress

'A mess': Irish border issue continues to hamper Brexit progress

As last round of tunnel negotiations approaches confusion over proposed solutions persists There had never been any real doubt in Brussels that the EU’s proposal in February to, in effect, keep
Man, 22, fatally stabbed in Bromley, London

Man, 22, fatally stabbed in Bromley, London

Third murder inquiry in three days, after attacks on student outside Clapham South tube and teenager in Bellingham Police have launched a murder investigation following the fatal stabbing on Sunday of
Freedom of speech in Bolsonaro’s Brazil | Letters

Freedom of speech in Bolsonaro’s Brazil | Letters

Brazil’s ambassador to the UK, Fred Arruda, responds to letters critical of his country’s new presidentRegarding the letters published by the Guardian on recent events in Brazil (Bolsonaro and the