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All eyes on Ramzan Kadyrov as Chechnya hosts Egypt in World Cup

All eyes on Ramzan Kadyrov as Chechnya hosts Egypt in World Cup

Chechen leader is step closer to political goal of being Putin’s link to Middle East with arrival of Egyptian teamThe Tunisians were first to visit, followed by the Iranians, and then the Saudis. But
Carson's housing plan would raise rents for poor by 20%, analysis shows

Carson's housing plan would raise rents for poor by 20%, analysis shows

Housing department says proposal, which would affect 4m low-income households, will ‘give poor people a way out of poverty’Ben Carson says his latest proposal to raise rents would mean a path toward
'I don’t know where my family is': Cameroon's refugees flee brutality

'I don’t know where my family is': Cameroon's refugees flee brutality

Ruthless violence between francophone state forces and English-speaking separatists has forced tens of thousands of Cameroonians into Nigeria, splintering families and leaving many people sleeping
The G7 minus one: Trump packs wrecking ball for Canada summit

The G7 minus one: Trump packs wrecking ball for Canada summit

Trudeau and EU and Japanese allies stymied in trade tussle where ‘everyone loses’ The Québécois police have been erecting high steel fences this week, braced for the demonstrators who normally flock
Nicaragua's Sandinista stronghold is a city 'at war' with the president

Nicaragua's Sandinista stronghold is a city 'at war' with the president

Daniel Ortega makes yearly pilgrimages to Masaya. But in the cradle of Sandinismo, residents demand his exitThe graffiti that covers signs and billboards on the road to the cradle of Sandinismo offer
The pipeline is surely in some people's best interest. But it's not what's best for Canada | David Suzuki

The pipeline is surely in some people's best interest. But it's not what's best for Canada | David Suzuki

There’s a lot of fear around abandoning an industry that has been an economic driver for decades – yet the rest of the world is moving onToday, I will gratefully accept an honorary degree from the
Vehicle drives backwards along an Ohio highway – video

Vehicle drives backwards along an Ohio highway – video

Cameras captured the moment an SUV reversed along a highway in Ohio after it is thought the driver experienced technical problems. The Ohio Department of Transportation released the video, which shows
Raising Blue Mountains dam risks flooding world heritage area, Unesco warned

Raising Blue Mountains dam risks flooding world heritage area, Unesco warned

Government says scheme for Warragamba dam lessens flood risk for residents, but activists say it jeopardises wildlife and Aboriginal sites Conservationists have written to the Unesco requesting a
Rob Ford's fraught legacy looms over neck-and-neck Ontario election

Rob Ford's fraught legacy looms over neck-and-neck Ontario election

Canada’s most populous province heads to polls as late Toronto mayor’s brother faces off with left-of-centre New DemocratsMillions of residents in Canada’s most populous province will head to the
Melania Trump appears in public as president attacks 'vicious, fake' rumours

Melania Trump appears in public as president attacks 'vicious, fake' rumours

First lady appears in Washington at hurricane briefing as Trump says ‘she went through a little rough patch but she’s doing great’Donald Trump fired back at what he called “unfair and vicious” rumours
Victorian lower house passes treaty legislation after Greens accept Labor deal

Victorian lower house passes treaty legislation after Greens accept Labor deal

Bill creates framework for Indigenous body to represent Aboriginal Victorians and advance treaty processVictoria is one step closer to signing a treaty with Aboriginal people after legislation to
'I couldn't even scream': survival and abuse inseparable for Kabul children | Pariwash Gouhari

'I couldn't even scream': survival and abuse inseparable for Kabul children | Pariwash Gouhari

Street children are forced to brave violent sexual predators in the Afghan capital as they struggle to earn moneyFor 14-year-old Ahmed*, life as a kid on the streets of the Afghan capital has become
Death of Canadian man living in 24-hour coffee shop sparks housing outcry

Death of Canadian man living in 24-hour coffee shop sparks housing outcry

Homelessness advocates say elderly man’s death at a Tim Hortons is an indictment of Vancouver’s housing crisisBattling cancer and attempting to get by on a fixed income in one of the world’s least
Purity of cocaine in Europe at highest level in decade, report finds

Purity of cocaine in Europe at highest level in decade, report finds

Number of people seeking treatment for use of drug is on the rise, says EU studyThe purity of street cocaine across Europe is at its highest level in a decade and the number of people seeking
F-35 stealth fighter jets land in Norfolk – video

F-35 stealth fighter jets land in Norfolk – video

Four of Britain’s multimillion-pound F-35 stealth fighter jets have touched down on UK soil. The supersonic aircraft have been in the US since their manufacture, being tested and used for training by
China's interference will not stop with Qantas. How will open societies respond? | Kevin Carrico

China's interference will not stop with Qantas. How will open societies respond? | Kevin Carrico

China’s rapid economic growth is changing the way businesses, academics, and politicians around the world talkIn April of 2018, China’s aviation regulator set a deadline for more than 40 airlines
Sicilian police charge five men over trafficking of women in Ragusa

Sicilian police charge five men over trafficking of women in Ragusa

Romanian men taken into custody after raids targeting criminal exploitation and forced prostitution on farmsSicilian police have charged five Romanian men with human trafficking after a series of
Peter Stringfellow, nightclub owner, dies aged 77

Peter Stringfellow, nightclub owner, dies aged 77

Businessman, who had wanted to keep his illness private, died early on Thursday, says spokesmanNightclub owner Peter Stringfellow has died at the age of 77 after a battle with cancer. The businessman,
Japan sends officials on sexual harassment courses after high-profile scandals

Japan sends officials on sexual harassment courses after high-profile scandals

Mandatory programme comes in response to several cases, including one involving a senior bureaucrat Senior officials in Japan will be required to attend sexual harassment awareness sessions or risk
Man dubbed Australia's 'poo jogger' resigns from corporate role

Man dubbed Australia's 'poo jogger' resigns from corporate role

Andrew Douglas Macintosh allegedly caught in a sting operation by a Brisbane residentA Brisbane corporate manager who is alleged to be a serial public defecator after being photographed with his pants