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Ontario election results: populist Doug Ford to become premier

Ontario election results: populist Doug Ford to become premier

The brother of troubled late former Toronto mayor Rob Ford to become leader of Canada’s most populous provinceDoug Ford – the brother of controversial former Toronto mayor Rob Ford – is the new leader
Franco's cruel legacy: the film that wants to stop Spain forgetting

Franco's cruel legacy: the film that wants to stop Spain forgetting

The Silence of Others, backed by Pedro Almodóvar, seeks to end amnesia over dictator’s victimsChato Galante, who was stripped of his youth in the prison cells and torture rooms of Franco’s Spain,
'Take that Trump': gay politician kisses husband in US campaign ad first – video

'Take that Trump': gay politician kisses husband in US campaign ad first – video

Maryland's Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rich Madaleno's campaign ad targets Trump's policies and for the first time in the US, it ends with him kissing his spouse. The campaign aired the ad
Man kicks person lying on San Francisco street amid homelessness crisis – video

Man kicks person lying on San Francisco street amid homelessness crisis – video

The San Francisco police department is searching for a man caught on video kicking another person in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood. The department released the video, showing a man in a suit
Christian Porter defends media against Chinese diplomat's claim of fake news

Christian Porter defends media against Chinese diplomat's claim of fake news

China’s consul general said stories of Chinese influence in Australia were ‘fabricated’Australia’s attorney general, Christian Porter, has defended the nation’s media against accusations from a
Boy, five, dies after being stabbed in domestic dispute in Sydney

Boy, five, dies after being stabbed in domestic dispute in Sydney

Man charged with murder after ‘horrible, brutal’ crime in north-west suburb of Carlingford A five-year-old boy has died from stab wounds after an early-morning domestic dispute at a home in Sydney’s
World Cup: England fans' safety at risk in Russia, say MPs

World Cup: England fans' safety at risk in Russia, say MPs

MPs say Russia’s homophobic laws mean LGBT supporters could be at risk of violenceEngland football fans visiting Russia for the World Cup are at serious risk of homophobic, racist and anti-British
US authorities to transfer 1,600 Ice detainees into federal prisons

US authorities to transfer 1,600 Ice detainees into federal prisons

Five federal prisons will temporarily take in detainees awaiting court hearings, with one California prison to house 1,000 peopleUS authorities are transferring into federal prisons about 1,600
Australia to extradite Malaysian hitman Sirul Azhar Umar

Australia to extradite Malaysian hitman Sirul Azhar Umar

Exclusive: Former bodyguard convicted of Mongolian translator murder could face a new trial potentially exposing links to senior government figuresAustralian authorities have approved a request from
French MPs criticise 'hasty and ineffective' fake news law

French MPs criticise 'hasty and ineffective' fake news law

President Macron faced heated debate in parliament from left and rightwing partiesThe French government was accused by right and leftwing opponents of trying to create a form of “thought police” and
G7 summit will be a political fistfight for European members

G7 summit will be a political fistfight for European members

Theresa May lands in Quebec for G7 with US sanctions and EU trade tariffs loomingTheresa May landed in Quebec on Thursday, swapping bruising rows with cabinet colleagues over Brexit for what could
Guatemala: volcano search and recovery effort suspended with 200 still missing

Guatemala: volcano search and recovery effort suspended with 200 still missing

Officials report 99 dead while national disaster agency Conred said weather conditions made search too dangerous to continue Rescuers have suspended search and recovery efforts at villages devastated
Trump says he'd invite Kim Jong-un to White House 'if summit goes well'

Trump says he'd invite Kim Jong-un to White House 'if summit goes well'

Trump says he doesn’t need to do much homework before talks but says he is willing to walk away if Singapore talks break downDonald Trump would invite the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, to the
Surgeon performed unnecessary hysterectomy without consent, tribunal told

Surgeon performed unnecessary hysterectomy without consent, tribunal told

Exclusive: Dr Emil Shawky Gayed allegedly operated on women without realising they were pregnant and removed one patient’s healthy ovary A New South Wales obstetrician and gynaecologist has been
Bilderberg 2018: new tech helps oil the wheels of the global elite

Bilderberg 2018: new tech helps oil the wheels of the global elite

Secretive meeting in Turin embraces AI and Silicon Valley with globalisation under threatThis year’s Bilderberg conference has begun in Turin, and as well as billionaires and bank bosses the attendees
Kate Spade's husband talks of her struggle with depression

Kate Spade's husband talks of her struggle with depression

Designer had long history of anxiety and depression before suicide, says Andy SpadeThe husband of Kate Spade, the American designer who died on Tuesday, has released a statement that addressed his
Red Cross pulls foreign staff out of Yemen

Red Cross pulls foreign staff out of Yemen

Organisation accuses fighting parties of using it as a pawn in four-year civil war The International Committee of the Red Cross is removing 71 of its international staff from Yemen, citing a series of
Mandela's relatives to visit prisoners as part of Edinburgh book festival

Mandela's relatives to visit prisoners as part of Edinburgh book festival

Zindzi Mandela and her grandchildren will hold private reading at Shotts prisonThree relatives of Nelson Mandela, including his youngest daughter, Zindzi, are to visit Scottish inmates and their
Putin suggests #MeToo movement is a media conspiracy

Putin suggests #MeToo movement is a media conspiracy

Russian president questions allegations made decades after harassment took placeVladimir Putin has spoken out against the #MeToo movement that has shaken powerful institutions around the world by