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Guatemala volcano: at least 62 killed and 300 injured after Fuego erupts

Guatemala volcano: at least 62 killed and 300 injured after Fuego erupts

Fuego spewed a five-mile stream of lava, burying dozens of communities and raining smoke and ash on other regionsAt least 62 people, including three children, have been killed and nearly 300 injured
Melania Trump to miss G7 meeting in Quebec and Singapore summit

Melania Trump to miss G7 meeting in Quebec and Singapore summit

US first lady has not been seen in public since she went into hospital for a procedure to treat a benign kidney conditionPresident Donald Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, will skip this week’s G7 summit

Dancing FBI agent drops and fires gun in nightclub – video

An off-duty FBI agent has unintentionally shot a man in the leg after his gun fell from his holster while doing a backflip at a bar in Denver, Colorado. It discharged as he went to pick it up,
Dozens drown after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia coast

Dozens drown after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia coast

Rescuers save at least 60 lives after vessel with about 180 people onboard sankAt least 47 people died and 68 others were rescued after their migrant boat sank off Tunisia’s southern coast, according
Slovenian nationalist party set for power after winning election

Slovenian nationalist party set for power after winning election

President poised to allow Janez Janša to form government after his party wins 25% of vote Continue reading...
MPs call on May to decriminalise abortion in Northern Ireland

MPs call on May to decriminalise abortion in Northern Ireland

The cross-party group of backbenchers are demanding an emergency debateA cross-party group of backbench MPs will seek to ramp up pressure on Theresa May to decriminalise abortion in Northern Ireland
The big con: how neoliberals convinced us there wasn't enough to go around | Richard Denniss

The big con: how neoliberals convinced us there wasn't enough to go around | Richard Denniss

After the mining boom and decades of economic growth, how can Australia be broke? Australia just experienced one of the biggest mining booms in world history. But even at the peak of that boom, there
Giuliani: Trump 'probably' has power to pardon himself but has 'no need to do it'

Giuliani: Trump 'probably' has power to pardon himself but has 'no need to do it'

Donald Trump’s attorney: the president pardoning himself would be ‘unthinkable and probably lead to immediate impeachment’Rudy Giuliani has backed claims made in a newly leaked memo from Donald
Brexiters hit back at no-deal 'armageddon' warning

Brexiters hit back at no-deal 'armageddon' warning

Whitehall advice predicting food and fuel shortages dismissed as ‘hysterical’Brexiters have hit back at leaked Whitehall advice warning of food and fuel shortages if Britain leaves the EU without a
George Soros says EU should compensate Italy over migration

George Soros says EU should compensate Italy over migration

Strong showing of far-right parties partly due to Europe’s ‘flawed’ migration policiesThe billionaire philanthropist and financier George Soros has called for the EU to compensate Italy for migrants
Trudeau calls Trump's tariffs 'insulting' to longstanding US-Canada alliance

Trudeau calls Trump's tariffs 'insulting' to longstanding US-Canada alliance

Trudeau reiterated his appeal to Trump to remember ‘there are no two countries that are as interconnected and interdependent’Justin Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister, on Sunday described US tariffs
Greece tourism at record high amid alarm over environmental cost

Greece tourism at record high amid alarm over environmental cost

With 32 million visitors expected this year, fears grow that the country cannot copeGreece is braced for another bumper year. The tourists will not stop coming. For every one of its citizens, three
Greece relaxes capital controls to prove worst of turmoil is over

Greece relaxes capital controls to prove worst of turmoil is over

Confidence-boosting decision is taken as country prepares to exit third bailout programmeGreece is to take a substantial step towards easing capital controls – restrictions associated with the worst
Crayfish becomes online hero by detaching claw to escape boiling soup

Crayfish becomes online hero by detaching claw to escape boiling soup

Footage shows crustacean making bid for freedom at restaurant in ChinaA crayfish who sacrificed its own limb to survive a boiling pot of spicy soup at a restaurant in China has become an online
Off-duty FBI agent doing backflip in a bar shoots man in the leg

Off-duty FBI agent doing backflip in a bar shoots man in the leg

Denver agent was dancing when the weapon fell from his holster and was accidentally fired, wounding a manAn FBI agent is under investigation after he accidentally discharged his firearm as he
Barnaby Joyce 'knew he would have to step down over pregnancy'

Barnaby Joyce 'knew he would have to step down over pregnancy'

Ex-Nationals leader refuses to answer questions on affair in $150,000 paid interview with partner Vikki CampionBarnaby Joyce has revealed he campaigned to hold the seat of New England for the
Israel must halt law that could criminalise media | Roy Greenslade

Israel must halt law that could criminalise media | Roy Greenslade

Proposals to ban unflattering coverage of the military threaten press freedomOn the day the US moved its embassy to Jerusalem, Israeli soldiers opened fire on unarmed Palestinian protesters who
Minister reopens row over Troubles in Northern Ireland

Minister reopens row over Troubles in Northern Ireland

Tobias Ellwood says a line should be drawn under killings carried out by armed forcesDefence minister Tobias Ellwood has reopened the row in government about investigations into killings carried out
No 10 expected to lift visa cap preventing doctors entering UK

No 10 expected to lift visa cap preventing doctors entering UK

PM under pressure after home secretary distances himself from policy in TV interviewDowning Street is poised to announce that it will lift the cap on visas for skilled migrants that has led to more
How a gun-carrying, far-right activist plots a run at the US Senate

How a gun-carrying, far-right activist plots a run at the US Senate

Joey Gibson, a far-right activist whose political rallies have prompted counter-protests and violence, is running for Congress in Washington stateIt is unusual for a Republican Senate candidate to