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Is it justifiable to harass those who enforce Trump's immigration policy?

Is it justifiable to harass those who enforce Trump's immigration policy?

While some argue naming and shaming is an effective route to change, ‘doxxing’ remains a highly dubious practise Until a few months ago, Stephen Miller was just an anonymous bureaucrat in the Trump
Tourism preventing Kenya's cheetahs from raising young, study finds

Tourism preventing Kenya's cheetahs from raising young, study finds

Research in Maasai Mara linked areas with high density of vehicles to lower numbers of cubs raised to independenceHigh levels of tourism can lead to a dramatic reduction in the number of cheetahs able
Ethnic tensions rise in Uganda as World Cup row leaves four refugees dead

Ethnic tensions rise in Uganda as World Cup row leaves four refugees dead

Deadly dispute between South Sudanese refugees during Brazil v Switzerland game inflames ethnic tensionsUgandan officials have begun segregating refugees after a rise in ethnic tensions led to the
John Lloyd, public service chief, investigated for code of conduct breach

John Lloyd, public service chief, investigated for code of conduct breach

Labor says move is ‘unprecedented’ because no commissioner had ever been accused of such a breach • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noonThe outgoing public service
Daimler issues profit warning on back of US-China trade dispute

Daimler issues profit warning on back of US-China trade dispute

Mercedes-Benz maker expects the tit-for-tat tariff spat to hit car salesThe Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler has become the first major company to issue a profit warning after being hit by the escalating
Summer solstice celebrations around the UK – in pictures

Summer solstice celebrations around the UK – in pictures

Around the UK people marked the longest day in the northern hemisphere, from the annual festival at Stonehenge to the London Eye, while a gathering of hundreds of druids, pagans and revellers gathered
Pauline Hanson now says she may back Coalition's business tax cuts

Pauline Hanson now says she may back Coalition's business tax cuts

One Nation leader changes her mind again after declaring she would not support cuts for big companies• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Pauline Hanson has left the
Japanese worker punished for starting lunch three minutes early

Japanese worker punished for starting lunch three minutes early

Managers called TV news conference and bowed in apology at employee’s ‘deeply regrettable’ actionsJapan’s commitment to addressing its dismal record on work-life balance has been called into question
New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern welcomes baby girl 'to our village'

New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern welcomes baby girl 'to our village'

Prime minister and partner Clarke Gayford post photo with newborn online“Welcome to our village, wee one,” is how Jacinda Ardern announced the birth of her daughter to New Zealand, and the world.The
Philippines 'sitting on a timebomb' as inquiry urged into political killings

Philippines 'sitting on a timebomb' as inquiry urged into political killings

Exiled land rights defender calls for international help to investigate rights abuses under President Rodrigo DuterteA human rights activist branded a terrorist by the Philippine government has urged
UK urges EU to publish plans for Britons living in Europe post-Brexit

UK urges EU to publish plans for Britons living in Europe post-Brexit

Sajid Javid says the lack of detail from the EU27 is ‘not good enough’The government has called on EU leaders to publish concrete plans to preserve the rights of British citizens living on the

'Say hello to mommy': Trump mocks protester at Minnesota rally – video

Donald Trump takes aim at protester at a rally in Duluth, Minnesota, saying 'he's going home to his mom.' The president goes on to predict the media will report that there were massive protests at the
James Comey: 'You stare at children crying  – what kind of people are we?’

James Comey: 'You stare at children crying – what kind of people are we?’

Would Hillary Clinton be in the White House – and the world a better place – if not for the former FBI director? He talks conscience, regret, and why the US public will vote Trump outAre there times,
Accountability is the only way to end violence in Myanmar

Accountability is the only way to end violence in Myanmar

The global community’s inertia while the military wages vicious campaigns must cease - we must establish an accountability structure and end impunityThree women were at their farm when they were taken
Algeria shuts down internet to prevent cheating during high school exams

Algeria shuts down internet to prevent cheating during high school exams

Nation taken offline and metal detectors set up in 2,000 exam centres to prevent repeat of past fiascosThe whole nation of Algeria went offline on Wednesday for the start of high school exams, the

Justin Trudeau says legalising cannabis will protect children – video

The Canadian prime minister says marijuana will be legal nationwide on 17 October. Trudeau said in parliament that the government is committed to better protecting Canada's youth and hopes to take
Tax plan to pass after Pauline Hanson confirms support – politics live

Tax plan to pass after Pauline Hanson confirms support – politics live

One Nation gives Coalition the numbers it needs to pass income tax plan in its entirety. All the day’s events, live 12.46am BST While the house votes to send the amended tax package back to the
No sign of North Korea dismantling nuclear weapons, Mattis admits

No sign of North Korea dismantling nuclear weapons, Mattis admits

No one knows when meeting about it will be held either, contrary to Trump’s promise after Singapore summitThe US defence secretary, James Mattis, has said he is unaware of any steps taken by North
Canada's Trudeau says cannabis will become legal in mid-October

Canada's Trudeau says cannabis will become legal in mid-October

Prime minister says measure ‘will almost completely replace the organised crime market’ Marijuana will become fully legal in Canada on 17 October, prime minister Justin Trudeau has said, ushering in a
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern goes into hospital to give birth

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern goes into hospital to give birth

Winston Peters takes over as acting PM as the 37-year-old arrives at hospital early on ThursdayPrime minister Jacinda Ardern has gone into hospital to give birth to her first child amid a flurry of