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Macron: phone calls with Trump are like sausages – video

Macron: phone calls with Trump are like sausages – video

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has explained that his phone calls with his US counterpart, Donald Trump, are like sausages: all the better to not know what's inside. 'As Bismarck used to say,
Grenfell Tower fire was foreseeable, says barrister for the bereaved – live updates

Grenfell Tower fire was foreseeable, says barrister for the bereaved – live updates

Follow day 10 of the inquiry as it hears from a barrister representing Behailu Kebede in whose fourth floor flat the fire startedKitchen fire resident ‘did nothing wrong’ 2.27pm BST Maxwell-Scott
Steven Ciobo plays down export delays with China, saying growth is ‘phenomenal’

Steven Ciobo plays down export delays with China, saying growth is ‘phenomenal’

Diplomatic relations have cooled between the two countries but he insists, ‘it is not a trade-off between trade and national security’ Minister for trade Steven Ciobo has played down Australia’s
Voters oust California judge in Brock Turner sexual assault case

Voters oust California judge in Brock Turner sexual assault case

Judge is first to be recalled by US voters since 1977 after ex-student given just six months in prisonThe California judge in the Stanford sexual assault case has been recalled from office by local
Australia remains preferred destination for millionaire migrants

Australia remains preferred destination for millionaire migrants

About 10,000 mega rich make Australia home in 2017, lured by proximity to Asia and no inheritance taxesAustralia is the millionaires’ migration destination of choice for the third year running,
Common goal: how soccer helped heal the area at the centre of the LA riots

Common goal: how soccer helped heal the area at the centre of the LA riots

Less than two miles from where Rodney King was attacked by police, a patch of turf has breathed life into a community ravaged by violenceSouth Los Angeles is a 51 sq m grille of concrete and asphalt,
All eyes on Canada as first G7 nation prepares to make marijuana legal

All eyes on Canada as first G7 nation prepares to make marijuana legal

From crime to health to business, Canada’s decision to legalize marijuana is a grand progressive experiment that promises to answer a host of questionsWhen Canopy Growth opened its first cannabis
'Police never turned up': El Salvador's devastating epidemic of femicide | Jo Griffin

'Police never turned up': El Salvador's devastating epidemic of femicide | Jo Griffin

Pressure is growing to tackle the rising toll of violence in one of the world’s most dangerous places to be a womanThe day before she was found dead in a garden in a suburb of the El Salvadoran
I served 20 years for cannabis. Now the police are cashing in on it |  Rosie Rowbotham

I served 20 years for cannabis. Now the police are cashing in on it | Rosie Rowbotham

The same authorities who hounded dealers are now investors in cannabis – and there’s still no amnesty for past convictions. The hypocrisy is staggeringOver the course of my life, I have been convicted
Rwanda appalled at chance of early release for genocide criminals

Rwanda appalled at chance of early release for genocide criminals

Hassan Ngeze, convicted on crimes relating to 1994 genocide, among those who may be released after serving two-thirds of sentence An international court is expected to approve the early release from
Sleep Radio: New Zealand station that wants listeners to switch off

Sleep Radio: New Zealand station that wants listeners to switch off

Insomniacs across the world give the nod to John Watson, who has ambient music producers queueing up to feature on his channelJohn Watson is the first to admit that his DJ skills put people to sleep.
A meeting of the Anti-Slavery society - archive, 6 June 1829

A meeting of the Anti-Slavery society - archive, 6 June 1829

6 June 1829: It was noted that in the House of Commons there were 67 proprietors of slaves, 20 holders of West Indian bonds, and about 200 individuals connected with slave proprietorsOn Tuesday
Netherlands to build world's first habitable 3D printed houses

Netherlands to build world's first habitable 3D printed houses

Developers say project will cut costs and environmental damage and offer solution to shortage of bricklayersThe Dutch city of Eindhoven is to be the first in the world to have habitable homes made by

How the world’s first habitable 3D printed houses are made – video

Eindhoven in the Netherlands is set to become the first district in the world to have habitable homes, made with a 3D printer. Houses have been made with 3D printers before but none has been fit for
Fast-tracked Tasmania resort plan raises fears over Chinese investment

Fast-tracked Tasmania resort plan raises fears over Chinese investment

Scheme for Cambria Green units, hotel and golf courses overlooking Freycinet national park lacks proper detail, critics sayA proposed mega-development on Tasmania’s east coast has prompted concerns
'Island of death from behind': dark past of Sentosa, the Trump-Kim summit venue

'Island of death from behind': dark past of Sentosa, the Trump-Kim summit venue

Sentosa Island, now a tourist spot that boasts golf courses and a Universal Studios park, used to be home to a prisoner of war campThe venue for next week’s summit in Singapore between Donald Trump

Donald Trump struggles with lyrics to God Bless America – video

US president Donald Trump joins in singing Irving Berlin's God Bless America during his 'celebration of America' at the White House, but his lips appear to be sealed for the trickier lines. The event
Woman charged with attempting to ride a horse into drive-through bottle shop while drunk – video

Woman charged with attempting to ride a horse into drive-through bottle shop while drunk – video

Queensland police have released footage of a 51-year-old woman being arrested after she allegedly rode a horse through the drive-through section of a Logan bottle shop while at more than four times
Guatemala volcano: fresh eruptions force rescuers to evacuate

Guatemala volcano: fresh eruptions force rescuers to evacuate

Fuego volcano sends out more pyroclastic flows, halting recovery efforts and sending ash clouds towards capitalRescue efforts in Guatemala after the eruption of its Fuego volcano were suspended on
White House aide steps down after anger over remarks on McCain's health

White House aide steps down after anger over remarks on McCain's health

Kelly Sadler dismissed ill senator’s opposition to CIA nominee because ‘he’s dying anyway’Kelly Sadler, the White House aide who caused outrage in May with a remark about the health of Senator John