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Hawksbill turtle poaching to be fought with DNA technology

Hawksbill turtle poaching to be fought with DNA technology

Project will trace tortoiseshell products in shops back to where they were poachedResearchers will use DNA technology to try to stop the illegal poaching of hawsksbill turtles for use in tortoiseshell
Energy companies push back on Coalition threat to break them up

Energy companies push back on Coalition threat to break them up

Firms question if government has the right to use so-called ‘big stick’ powers of divestiture as it races to try to lower prices before an electionAustralia’s major electricity companies have raised
'It's a comfy plane': Mexico's Amlo seeks buyer for presidential jet

'It's a comfy plane': Mexico's Amlo seeks buyer for presidential jet

Leftist president-elect has promised to travel on commercial flights in push to rule with frugality and restraintIn less than three weeks he will be sworn in as president of the world’s sixth largest
White Republican Mississippi senator jokes about 'public hanging'

White Republican Mississippi senator jokes about 'public hanging'

Cindy Hyde-Smith faces black challenger in midterm runoffState was site of 654 lynchings of black peopleIn the bleak history of lynchings in the deep south, Mississippi holds dubious pride of place.
Democrats unveil ambitious reforms targeting voter suppression and ethics violations – live

Democrats unveil ambitious reforms targeting voter suppression and ethics violations – live

House Democrats plan to hold first vote on campaign finance reforms and automatic voter registrationSign up for the Guardian’s new US morning briefing 9.59pm GMT 9.54pm GMT Members of the press got a
Tory campaigner denies 2015 election expenses wrongdoing

Tory campaigner denies 2015 election expenses wrongdoing

Marion Little denies wrongdoing while working on Craig Mackinlay’s campaign to defeat Nigel FarageA senior Conservative campaigner has denied breaching strict election spending limits to help defeat
WhatsApp struggling to control fake news in India, researchers say

WhatsApp struggling to control fake news in India, researchers say

Hindu nationalism and cheap mobile data driving spread of disinformation, BBC study saysHindu nationalism and the plummeting cost of mobile phone data services are driving the explosive growth of fake
Douglas Rain, voice of HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey, dies aged 90

Douglas Rain, voice of HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey, dies aged 90

The actor best known for his role in Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi classic was a leading Shakespearean in his native Canada and also played on Broadway Douglas Rain, the Canadian actor best known as the
Angela Merkel's rival Horst Seehofer to quit as CSU party leader

Angela Merkel's rival Horst Seehofer to quit as CSU party leader

Bavarian politician was under pressure after party’s poor showing in regional electionsHorst Seehofer, a longtime bitter rival of Angela Merkel, has confirmed he will step down as leader of the
California wildfires: Camp fire becomes state's deadliest with 42 people killed

California wildfires: Camp fire becomes state's deadliest with 42 people killed

Two people have died in the Woolsey fire around Los AngelesStatewide, 150,000 displaced and 8,000 fire crews deployedThe Camp fire in northern California has killed 42 people, making it the deadliest
Threatin: band creates fake fanbase for tour attended by no one

Threatin: band creates fake fanbase for tour attended by no one

US-based ‘band’ embarked on a tour of empty venues in the UK – having been booked on the basis of a fake online fanbaseOne of the greatest art rock pranks of all time – or a hugely expensive exercise
Trudeau says Canada has heard Turkish tape of Khashoggi murder

Trudeau says Canada has heard Turkish tape of Khashoggi murder

PM is first western leader to confirm Turkey has shared audio with other countriesCanada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has become the first western leader to confirm Turkish claims that an audio
Met finds no evidence in Suzy Lamplugh case after digging up garden

Met finds no evidence in Suzy Lamplugh case after digging up garden

Officers excavating former home of key suspect’s mother prepare to leave Sutton ColdfieldPolice investigating the 1986 disappearance of the estate agent Suzy Lamplugh have found no evidence after
Labour to use humble address vote to try to force government to release Brexit legal advice - Politics live

Labour to use humble address vote to try to force government to release Brexit legal advice - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenGordon Brown’s Brexit speech and Q&A - Summary 5.21pm GMT Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Conservative Brexiter and chair of the European
Delhi urges tourists not to risk lives for selfies on new bridge

Delhi urges tourists not to risk lives for selfies on new bridge

Photos of people climbing on Signature Bridge cables emerge as India tries to prevent more selfie deathsAuthorities in Delhi were hoping a newly opened bridge would be a draw for tourists – but are
Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia signals production cut

Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia signals production cut

Energy minister’s remarks help lift price, with Opec likely to confirm move next monthOil prices have staged a recovery, climbing above $70 a barrel after Saudi Arabia said the world’s major crude
'The lesson is to be hopeful': Ilhan Omar's journey from Somali refugee to US Congress

'The lesson is to be hopeful': Ilhan Omar's journey from Somali refugee to US Congress

The 36-year-old politician, who will assume office in January, hopes her remarkable story can inspire the next generationIlhan Omar, who lived in a Somali refugee camp when she was a girl and was
May’s Brexiter anarchists are deserting her – but they don’t have a plan | Simon Jenkins

May’s Brexiter anarchists are deserting her – but they don’t have a plan | Simon Jenkins

The prime minster is trying to find a way through a political nightmare, but party discipline is disintegrating around herMembers of Theresa May’s cabinet apparently hold “significant reservations”
Monday US briefing: At least 31 people dead in California wildfires

Monday US briefing: At least 31 people dead in California wildfires

Trump skipped armistice event to avoid causing traffic jams ... Whitaker’s rise driven by partisan attacks on Democrats ... Planned Parenthood boss warns of women’s health ‘emergency’Good morning, I’m
UK all but gives up on November Brexit summit

UK all but gives up on November Brexit summit

Absence of breakthrough on Irish border backstop means meeting to sign off draft deal is increasingly unlikelyBritain has all but given up on a special Brexit summit at the end of November as there