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Venezuela: teargas explosion at club in Caracas kills 17 people

Venezuela: teargas explosion at club in Caracas kills 17 people

The device went off during a fight between several people, causing a stampedeAt least 17 people died at a Caracas nightclub early on Saturday morning when a person activated a teargas grenade inside,
Faecal transplants ‘could save endangered koala’

Faecal transplants ‘could save endangered koala’

Team of researchers changes microbes in koalas’ guts in order to improve type of food they consumeScientists believe they have found a new weapon in the battle to save endangered species: faecal
Tourists and tech bring resilient Iceland back from the brink

Tourists and tech bring resilient Iceland back from the brink

When the country lets its banks go bust 10 years ago, there seemed to be no timetable for recovery. Things have changedTen years since the financial crisis in Iceland, the noise of the computer
Italy bars two more refugee ships from ports

Italy bars two more refugee ships from ports

Matteo Salvini says Lifeline and Seefuchs ships will have to land migrants elsewhere Italy’s interior minister has sparked a new migration crisis in the Mediterranean by barring two rescue boats from
World Cup 2018: Argentina v Iceland – live!

World Cup 2018: Argentina v Iceland – live!

Latest updates from the 2pm BST Group D kick-offFrance 2-1 Australia: Pogba rescues stuttering sideFeel free to drop your thoughts to rob.smyth@theguardian.com 2.49pm BST Half-time reading Related:
British government ordered to open Amritsar massacre files

British government ordered to open Amritsar massacre files

Campaigners say papers could reveal details of UK role in 1984 assault at Golden TempleA tribunal has ordered that secret Downing Street files relating to Anglo-Indian relations at the time of the
Say it is so, Joe: California to reject cancer warning to coffee drinkers

Say it is so, Joe: California to reject cancer warning to coffee drinkers

Agency rejects court ruling which pointed to warning labelsStatement: ‘Coffee does not pose a significant cancer risk’California officials, having concluded coffee drinking is not risky, are proposing
How can America sleep at night when families are being torn apart?

How can America sleep at night when families are being torn apart?

The Trump administration is defending separating children and parents as biblical – but there is nothing godly about itI’m having a hard time sleeping. Just last night I was up for three hours, awake
Jeff Sessions accused of political bias in hiring immigration judges

Jeff Sessions accused of political bias in hiring immigration judges

Allegations that the justice department is blocking judges on political grounds comes as the attorney general has drastically tightened asylum rulesThe Trump administration has been accused of
France 2-1 Australia: World Cup 2018 – as it happened

France 2-1 Australia: World Cup 2018 – as it happened

France beat Australia in opening Group C matchPogba nets late winner after both sides score penaltiesVAR used for the first time in a World Cup 1.38pm BST Up next for Australia is an encounter with
Leftwing group at odds with Corbyn pushes for UK to stay in EU

Leftwing group at odds with Corbyn pushes for UK to stay in EU

Student organisation NCAFC says it will join anti-Brexit demonstrations this summerA leftwing organisation that led demonstrations against student fees and Conservative higher education reforms has
Oklahoma teachers' salary raise in limbo following historic win

Oklahoma teachers' salary raise in limbo following historic win

Petition backed by conservative activists targets tax hikes intended to cover teachers’ raise Striking Oklahoma teachers, the worst paid in the US, won a historic pay rise in the spring. Now,
2,000 children separated from parents in six weeks under Trump policy

2,000 children separated from parents in six weeks under Trump policy

Jeff Sessions says policy is not about ‘being mean’ to childrenUS cardinal: ‘Separating babies from mothers is immoral’Almost 2,000 children have been separated from their families at the US southern
The 20 photographs of the week

The 20 photographs of the week

The eruption of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala, demonstrations in Gaza and Nicaragua, a rescued raccoon in St Louis, and Cristiano Ronaldo at the World Cup – the week captured by the world’s best
'Never again': Malcolm Turnbull vows to get even with Labor over 'Mediscare'

'Never again': Malcolm Turnbull vows to get even with Labor over 'Mediscare'

PM promises party faithful he will counter ‘Labor lies’ with social media tactics of his own Still smarting over Labor’s 2016 “Mediscare” campaign, Malcolm Turnbull laid out a key strategy for the
Peace has come to Colombia but poverty remains –  in pictures

Peace has come to Colombia but poverty remains – in pictures

As Colombia votes in a presidential runoff election on Sunday Colombians daily struggles in the aftermath of 50 years of conflict are captured by the Danish photographer Mads Nissen, who has
A historic handshake … but what did the Trump-Kim summit really achieve?

A historic handshake … but what did the Trump-Kim summit really achieve?

The US-North Korea meeting produced a deal light on detail but has an unconventional approach opened the door to peace?It says a lot about the world of diplomacy in 2018 that the most expert
'Heartbreaking': fire guts Glasgow School of Art for second time

'Heartbreaking': fire guts Glasgow School of Art for second time

Mackintosh building restoration was nearly finished after smaller 2014 blazeThe Glasgow School of Art has been devastated by a huge fire, only four years after parts of the building were destroyed by
Australia rules out moving its Israel embassy to Jerusalem

Australia rules out moving its Israel embassy to Jerusalem

Julie Bishop will not follow US lead, despite pressure from her party to do soAustralia will not be following Donald Trump’s lead and moving its embassy to Jerusalem, Julie Bishop has said, despite
Howard backs Turnbull's fortunes as Liberal party votes to privatise ABC

Howard backs Turnbull's fortunes as Liberal party votes to privatise ABC

Former PM tells Liberal party council there’s a clear mood change among people because of Shorten’s ‘very leftwing agenda’The former prime minister John Howard says he senses “a clear mood change in