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'Toxic narrative' on migration endangers lives, report finds

'Toxic narrative' on migration endangers lives, report finds

Red Cross warns of dire consequences of ‘new walled order’ that withholds food and healthcare in the name of border controlThe “criminalisation of compassion”, with countries introducing laws that
Wife of former Malaysian PM Najib Razak sued over jewellery worth $14.8m

Wife of former Malaysian PM Najib Razak sued over jewellery worth $14.8m

Luxury company brings suit against Rosmah Mansor a week after raids on her family’s property in connection with 1MDB scandalA luxury Lebanese jewellery company is suing former Malaysian first lady
Japanese PM to meet flood evacuees as death toll rises to 179

Japanese PM to meet flood evacuees as death toll rises to 179

Shinzo Abe to tour worst-affected areas as dozens still missing and 10,000 in emergency sheltersJapan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, will meet evacuees at on Wednesday at one of the areas worst-hit by
'As big as your head': giant avocado arrives in Australia

'As big as your head': giant avocado arrives in Australia

The ‘Avozilla’, which is being farmed in Queensland, weighs more than a kilo and is expected to sell for $12 eachThey look like an avocado and taste like an avocado. The only difference from the
Japanese nurse 'sabotaged drips' in mass poisoning police believe killed dozens

Japanese nurse 'sabotaged drips' in mass poisoning police believe killed dozens

Ayumi Kuboki arrested on suspicion of injecting disinfectant into intravenous bagsA former nurse has admitted tampering with intravenous drips in a mass poisoning case that police believe led to the
The cashless taxi system that's reducing Rwanda's traffic accidents – podcast

The cashless taxi system that's reducing Rwanda's traffic accidents – podcast

Entrepreneur Karanvir Singh has come up with a cashless system for motorbike taxis to help passengers get a fair deal – and improve road safetyKaranvir Singh was born in Delhi and struggled through
Trump forced to reinstate 'catch and release' after court defeats

Trump forced to reinstate 'catch and release' after court defeats

Some migrant families to be fitted with ankle monitors and allowed to go free while their cases are determined Donald Trump’s administration has said it will release some migrant families from
'We laugh, sing and play music': the rise of Mogadishu

'We laugh, sing and play music': the rise of Mogadishu

A new wave of artists, activists and entrepreneurs are trying to improve Somalia’s capital cityThe surprising sounds of a late evening in Mogadishu: surf on the beach, laughs of revellers, clinking of
Rocket Man: Trump autographs Elton John CD for Kim Jong-un

Rocket Man: Trump autographs Elton John CD for Kim Jong-un

Mike Pompeo took disc to Pyongyang but did not get a chance to give it to North Korean leaderDonald Trump has confirmed he has prepared and autographed a CD of Elton John’s Honky Chateau album,
US to impose tariffs on further $200bn of Chinese imports

US to impose tariffs on further $200bn of Chinese imports

Trade skirmish continues to escalate between world’s two biggest economiesThe Trump administration has raised the stakes in its trade war with China, saying it would slap 10% tariffs on an extra
What triggered the ICO's political data inquiry?

What triggered the ICO's political data inquiry?

And why was Facebook fined so little? In March 2017 the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced an inquiry into how voters’ data was being obtained and used by political campaigns
Suicide bombing kills at least 12 at Pakistan political rally

Suicide bombing kills at least 12 at Pakistan political rally

Attack targeted meeting of Awami National party in Peshawar, with election candidate among the deadA suicide bomber blew himself up at an anti-Taliban political party’s rally in north-west Pakistan on
British ski instructor charged with sexual assault in Australian resort town

British ski instructor charged with sexual assault in Australian resort town

Man, 28, accusing of attacking woman after knocking out her male friendA British man who was working as a ski instructor in Australia’s Snowy Mountains has been charged after being accused of a
Fobbed off: woman accidentally steals car for two weeks after key mix-up

Fobbed off: woman accidentally steals car for two weeks after key mix-up

Police in Canada are warning against leaving electronic key fobs in unattended vehicles after a woman drove off in the wrong carPolice in Canada are reminding drivers not to leave electronic key fobs
Chuck Schumer: Senate 'must review' Trump's supreme court nominee - video

Chuck Schumer: Senate 'must review' Trump's supreme court nominee - video

The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, is calling for an investigation into Donald Trump's supreme court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. 'Judge Kavanaugh's long track record of partisan politics comes
Number of UK troops in Afghanistan to rise ahead of Nato summit

Number of UK troops in Afghanistan to rise ahead of Nato summit

Theresa May commits 440 non-combat troops to region, bringing total to 1,100Theresa May is increasing the number of British troops serving in Afghanistan to more than 1,000 for the first time in years
Trump blames missed reunification deadline on families: 'Don’t come to our country illegally'

Trump blames missed reunification deadline on families: 'Don’t come to our country illegally'

Trump refuses to admit failure on deadline to reunite parents with children, saying the ‘solution’ is ‘come to our country legally’Under fire over his administration’s failure to meet a court-ordered
Electricity prices: ACCC calls for new powers to fix ‘market manipulation’

Electricity prices: ACCC calls for new powers to fix ‘market manipulation’

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says energy market ‘unacceptable and unsustainable’Consumers could save hundreds of dollars a year on their power bills if legal changes boosted
The Guardian view on the Thai cave rescue: a reason to be hopeful | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Thai cave rescue: a reason to be hopeful | Editorial

At a time of division and rancour, the successful mission to save the boys’ football team offers inspirationA saga that has gripped so many began almost three weeks ago, when 12 boys and their
Europe’s response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers | Charles Grant

Europe’s response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers | Charles Grant

The EU’s initial reaction to the Chequers plan is polite, but negative. The prime minister will have to make further concessions before it is acceptedThe EU is shedding few tears over the departures