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Breast-ironing: victims urge stronger action to root out dangerous custom

Breast-ironing: victims urge stronger action to root out dangerous custom

Medical experts and victims say practice, deemed by perpetrators to protect girls from sexual harassment and rape, is child abuseComfort was nine when her older sister told her she was going to
Homes destroyed in Alabama tornadoes – video

Homes destroyed in Alabama tornadoes – video

Two tornadoes hit Alabama on Sunday, damaging multiple homes and cutting power lines. Footage showed smashed buildings with rooftops blown away, cars overturned and trees bare of branches. At least
Rebecca Maher inquest: coroner investigates if police failures contributed to death

Rebecca Maher inquest: coroner investigates if police failures contributed to death

The 36-year-old Aboriginal woman was found dead after being taken into protective custody because she appeared intoxicatedAn Aboriginal woman who died in a police cell in New South Wales would have
1,500 live turtles found wrapped in duct tape at Manila airport

1,500 live turtles found wrapped in duct tape at Manila airport

Four suitcases abandoned in arrivals area contain rare and protected varieties of tortoises Police in the Philippines have discovered 1,529 live turtles wrapped in duct tape inside suitcases abandoned
'Unusual activity' at Russian embassy before novichok attack

'Unusual activity' at Russian embassy before novichok attack

UK intelligence investigated ‘frantic comings and goings’ at time of Skripal poisoningsIntelligence services investigated unusual activity at the Russian embassy in London in the days before and after
Macuxi indigenous people of the Raposa reserve – in pictures

Macuxi indigenous people of the Raposa reserve – in pictures

The Raposa Serra do Sol reserve in northern Brazil is home to 25,000 indigenous people, whose land has been targeted by the country’s rightwing president, Jair Bolsonaro Continue reading...
Man charged over egg attack on Jeremy Corbyn

Man charged over egg attack on Jeremy Corbyn

John Murphy, 31, allegedly shouted ’When you vote you get what you vote for’ at Labour leaderA man who allegedly hit Jeremy Corbyn while holding an egg has been charged with assault.Scotland Yard said
Ted Baker boss Ray Kelvin quits after 'forced hugging' claims

Ted Baker boss Ray Kelvin quits after 'forced hugging' claims

Fashion group’s founder has denied allegations of inappropriate behaviourThe Ted Baker chief executive, Ray Kelvin, has resigned following allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards staff.Kelvin,
South Australian man guilty of kidnapping and raping backpacker

South Australian man guilty of kidnapping and raping backpacker

Gene Charles Bristow bound and chained woman in an old pig shed south-east of AdelaideA South Australian man has been found guilty of kidnapping and raping a European backpacker in an old pig shed
Can this woman open a new chapter for human rights in Tunisia?

Can this woman open a new chapter for human rights in Tunisia?

Sihem Bensedrine’s explosive report into human rights abuses is written. Now those in power must be persuaded to read itWhen Sihem Bensedrine, the head of Tunisia’s truth and dignity commission, tried
'Two sessions': Beijing locked down for China's greatest political spectacle

'Two sessions': Beijing locked down for China's greatest political spectacle

Activists rounded up and dissent stifled as Xi Jinping faces public scrutiny over trade, Xinjiang and Huawei at annual meetingChina’s largest political event of the year, a meeting of legislative
Monday briefing: Cash for hard-hit towns branded 'Brexit bribe'

Monday briefing: Cash for hard-hit towns branded 'Brexit bribe'

Labour says PM’s £1.6bn funding boost won’t ease impact of austerity … Javid to meet police chiefs to discuss knife crime … the last days of IsisGood morning briefers. I’m Martin Farrer and these are
'We are fighting': Brazil's indigenous groups unite to protect their land

'We are fighting': Brazil's indigenous groups unite to protect their land

Residents of Raposa Serra do Sol are determined to face down the threat posed by mining “A united people will never be defeated!” shouted Maria Betânia Mota, as the indigenous assembly in a partially
‘The whole world knows us’: Salisbury one year on from novichok attack

‘The whole world knows us’: Salisbury one year on from novichok attack

Some talk of anxiety following the Skripal poisoning, yet the city is determined to move onA year after the nerve agent attack on Salisbury, Jason Regent is still startled by the sound of
Andrew Bolt, please stop implying that you know all the facts about George Pell

Andrew Bolt, please stop implying that you know all the facts about George Pell

Clare Linane, whose husband Peter Blenkiron is a survivor of clerical child abuse, writes in response to Andrew Bolt’s defence of George PellI am a Ballarat local who has been living with the
Victorian bushfires: 2,000 firefighters battle blazes as third emergency warning issued

Victorian bushfires: 2,000 firefighters battle blazes as third emergency warning issued

Fire crews rush to build containment lines ahead of cold change expected to bring gusty winds and dry lightningFirefighters in Victoria are rushing to build containment lines around fires burning east
Trump blames Cohen testimony for collapse of summit with Kim Jong-un

Trump blames Cohen testimony for collapse of summit with Kim Jong-un

US president says the timing of the Cohen hearing, while he was at the talks in Vietnam, was ‘a new low’ in politicsUS president Donald Trump has blamed that the Democrats’ decision to interview his
Holy mola: huge sunfish washes up in northern waters for first time in 130 years

Holy mola: huge sunfish washes up in northern waters for first time in 130 years

Beached hoodwinker sunfish, which is two metres long, baffles locals on California beach A giant sunfish has washed up on a beach in California, the first time this particular species of the animal
Alabama tornadoes kill at least 23 and cause 'catastrophic' damage

Alabama tornadoes kill at least 23 and cause 'catastrophic' damage

Sheriff says more people are missing as weather system sparks flurry of tornadoes across south-eastern US on SundayAt least 23 people, including children as young as six, have been killed and more are
Firefighters work through night to contain bushfires in Victoria's east

Firefighters work through night to contain bushfires in Victoria's east

More than 2,000 firefighters are working across the state to contain more than a dozen blazes Bushfires have ripped through Victoria’s east, with a wind change challenging firefighters working all