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We should talk to al-Shabaab now – we owe it to the Mogadishu bomb victims | Hussein Sheikh-Ali

We should talk to al-Shabaab now – we owe it to the Mogadishu bomb victims | Hussein Sheikh-Ali

Despite the horror of that attack a year ago, I’ve talked to this group, and I know that dialogue is the only way to deliver peaceToday is the one-year anniversary of one of the darkest days in
Essays reveal Stephen Hawking predicted race of 'superhumans'

Essays reveal Stephen Hawking predicted race of 'superhumans'

Physicist said genetic editing may create species that could destroy rest of humanityThe late physicist and author Prof Stephen Hawking has caused controversy by suggesting a new race of superhumans
Turkey renames new US embassy street 'Malcolm X Avenue'

Turkey renames new US embassy street 'Malcolm X Avenue'

Move coincides with a period of fraught relations between Turkey and the US and comes after other politically charged name changes to streets in AnkaraCity authorities in Turkey’s capital, Ankara,
Saudi Arabia to hit back in case of sanctions over Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia to hit back in case of sanctions over Jamal Khashoggi

JP Morgan and Ford join ranks of companies pulling out of Saudi conference as UK, Germany and France call for credible investigation Saudi Arabia has said it will retaliate against any sanctions
Nine climbers killed in Himalayan storm

Nine climbers killed in Himalayan storm

Five South Koreans and four guides die at their base camp on Mount Gurja Five South Korean climbers and their four Nepali guides have been killed after a storm devastated their base camp in the
EU leaders line up 'no-deal' emergency Brexit summit for November

EU leaders line up 'no-deal' emergency Brexit summit for November

Planned sign-off event may become meeting on bloc’s response to UK crashing outEU leaders are preparing to hold an extraordinary “no deal” Brexit summit in November to deal with the potential
Pope Francis canonises Óscar Romero and Pope Paul VI

Pope Francis canonises Óscar Romero and Pope Paul VI

Romero, assassinated hero of the Latin American left, and Paul, who cemented church’s opposition to contraception, among seven new saintsSalvadorans await justice in civil war killingsPope Francis has
German march against far right draws huge crowds in Berlin

German march against far right draws huge crowds in Berlin

Organisers say 242,000 turned out to express opposition to racism and xenophobiaProtesters from across Germany have marched through Berlin against racism, xenophobia and the far right in one of the
The only lawyer in town: a lonesome figure stands up for immigrants

The only lawyer in town: a lonesome figure stands up for immigrants

In Lumpkin, Georgia, Marty Rosenbluth is on the frontline of a national crisis, helping detained immigrants where lawyers are scarce Marty Rosenbluth stood in front of his KitchenAid and poured flour
Matteo Salvini orders removal of refugees from Riace

Matteo Salvini orders removal of refugees from Riace

Mayor of Italian town hailed as a model of migrant integration is under house arrestItaly’s far-right interior minister, Matteo Salvini, has ordered hundreds of refugees to be moved out of Riace, a
Rami Malek: ‘Being offered the part of Freddie Mercury was a gun-to-the-head moment’

Rami Malek: ‘Being offered the part of Freddie Mercury was a gun-to-the-head moment’

The controversial new Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is dividing opinion. But critics are united in the performance of Rami Malek as the charismatic frontman. Here he tells Tom Lamont why he risked
Kerryn Phelps urges Wentworth voters to use byelection to protest 'inhumane' refugee policies

Kerryn Phelps urges Wentworth voters to use byelection to protest 'inhumane' refugee policies

Independent candidate says if elected she will work to support an immediate end to offshore detentionKerryn Phelps says she is “ashamed” of Australia’s refugee policies and urged like-minded voters in
Merkel's Bavarian allies brace for bruising in state election

Merkel's Bavarian allies brace for bruising in state election

Sunday’s poll likely to increase tensions within Germany’s fragile coalition government Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies are heading for their worst state election result in more than 60 years in a
Extremist preacher Anjem Choudary to be freed on parole

Extremist preacher Anjem Choudary to be freed on parole

Leader of banned group al-Muhajiroun on automatic release after serving half of his five-and-a-half-year sentenceAnjem Choudary, the leader of the banned extremist group al-Muhajiroun, which has
Salvadorans await justice in civil war killings as one of its first victims sainted

Salvadorans await justice in civil war killings as one of its first victims sainted

Archbishop Óscar Romero, an advocate for the poor, was one of 75,000 killed by the country’s US-backed militaryWhen Guadalupe Mejía began searching for her husband – a community leader who had been
The next generation: five leading photographers pick the hottest new talent

The next generation: five leading photographers pick the hottest new talent

Alec Soth, Dayanita Singh, Tom Hunter, Takashi Homma and Vanessa Winship choose new names to watch – from an artist who’s ripping female portraiture apart, to a Japanese observer of German society and
David Davis calls on ministers to rebel against Brexit deal

David Davis calls on ministers to rebel against Brexit deal

Ex-minister says PM’s plan is ‘unacceptable’ as she tries to appease DUP and Tory BrexitersDavid Davis, the former Brexit secretary, has called upon cabinet ministers to rebel against Theresa May’s
'I don't see any reason for feminism': the women backing Brazil's Bolsonaro

'I don't see any reason for feminism': the women backing Brazil's Bolsonaro

The openly sexist presidential candidate has faced an extraordinary backlash. So why do many women support him? They are not victims, and they don’t need anyone’s sympathy. They have no time for
Kangaroo attack leaves Queensland wildlife carer with collapsed lung

Kangaroo attack leaves Queensland wildlife carer with collapsed lung

Linda Smith also suffered broken ribs and cuts after she stepped in to stop a 183cm kangaroo hurting her husband A Queensland wildlife carer has severe injuries including a collapsed lung after she
Emaciated, mutilated, dead: the mental health scandal that rocked South Africa

Emaciated, mutilated, dead: the mental health scandal that rocked South Africa

When 1,700 vulnerable and mentally ill people were moved from specialised care facilities to unlicensed organisations in a bid to save money, nearly one in 10 diedIn September 2016, Phumzile Motshegwa