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Search for Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala and missing plane called off for night

Search for Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala and missing plane called off for night

• Flight from Nantes to Cardiff missing over Channel • Sala signed for Cardiff for £15m on SaturdayEmiliano Sala, the Argentinian footballer who signed for Cardiff City on Saturday, was on a private
Brexit secretary: EU may not agree to extend article 50

Brexit secretary: EU may not agree to extend article 50

Stephen Barclay warns MPs that supporting an extension to avert no deal is an ‘oversimplification’Follow today’s political developments – latest updates The Brexit secretary, Stephen Barclay, has
Mnangagwa promises investigation of brutal Zimbabwe crackdown

Mnangagwa promises investigation of brutal Zimbabwe crackdown

Security forces apparently targeted opposition and union officials during fuel protests Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has called for “national dialogue” and promised an investigation into
France summons Italian envoy over 'hostile' Africa remarks

France summons Italian envoy over 'hostile' Africa remarks

Italian deputy PM blames migrant crisis on France’s ‘colonisation’ of AfricaFrance’s foreign ministry has summoned the Italian ambassador in an escalating row over migrant arrivals in Europe that pits
Hong Kong from the skies – in pictures

Hong Kong from the skies – in pictures

An urban photo essay of the Chinese territory made between October and December 2018 Continue reading...
Fresh footage gives more detail on confrontation between Native American and teenagers – video

Fresh footage gives more detail on confrontation between Native American and teenagers – video

New footage has emerged of the confrontation between school pupils in Maga hats and a Native American protester that went viral last weekend. While the original clip appeared to show the students
After the oil boom: Luanda faces stark inequality – photo essay

After the oil boom: Luanda faces stark inequality – photo essay

The next 15 megacities #8: Photographer Sean Smith captures the extremes of life in the Angolan capitalThe route from London to Luanda, the capital of Angola, used to be one of British Airways’ most
How can we take power away from criminal gangs? Legalise drugs | Martin Drewry

How can we take power away from criminal gangs? Legalise drugs | Martin Drewry

Prohibition makes our world a more dangerous place, trapping people in poverty I have spoken out on many issues during my career, but there is one that leaders in poorer countries passionately lobby
'Planning is a nightmare': Irish milk firm fears 'lights out' after Brexit

'Planning is a nightmare': Irish milk firm fears 'lights out' after Brexit

Strathroy dairy in Omagh is busy devising a survival strategy as the backstop debates continuePat Haskins steers his tanker towards the river Blackwater, a murky waterway that in theory will soon mark
Xi warns China to maintain political security against 'black swans' of economic volatility

Xi warns China to maintain political security against 'black swans' of economic volatility

President focuses on party’s ideological discipline as economic growth slows to weakest in nearly 30 yearsChinese president Xi Jinping has warned officials to be vigilant against any threats to the
Warren Mundine picked by Scott Morrison to stand in marginal seat of Gilmore

Warren Mundine picked by Scott Morrison to stand in marginal seat of Gilmore

Indigenous leader and former Labor boss to be parachuted in as a Liberal in the NSW electorate held by retiring MP Ann SudmalisIndigenous leader Warren Mundine will be parachuted in to contest the
Former NSW police officer faces jail time after sharing nude photos of woman he arrested

Former NSW police officer faces jail time after sharing nude photos of woman he arrested

Steven Albee, 29, pleads guilty to using a carriage service to menace, harass or offendA former Sydney police officer faces possible jail time after he accessed intimate photos on the phone of a woman
North Korea: secret missile HQ uncovered as nuclear summit nears

North Korea: secret missile HQ uncovered as nuclear summit nears

Revelation comes weeks before Kim Jong-un is due to meet Donald Trump to discuss denuclearisationExperts have revealed an undeclared site that reportedly serves as the headquarters of one of North
Factory that supplied Tesco compensated abused worker

Factory that supplied Tesco compensated abused worker

The woman was robbed and told if she protested she would be ‘killed and put in box’A Bangladeshi factory that produces clothes for Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Mothercare was forced to compensate an
Only empathy can break the cycle of violence in Israel-Palestine | Simon Baron-Cohen

Only empathy can break the cycle of violence in Israel-Palestine | Simon Baron-Cohen

I’ve spent my career studying empathy. It’s a vital first step in conflicts where both sides have dehumanised each otherEmpathy is all about imagining other minds, appreciating that different people
Adam Moss bids farewell to New York magazine – but he's not done playing yet

Adam Moss bids farewell to New York magazine – but he's not done playing yet

Moss, who is stepping down after 15 years as editor, reflects on the ‘child-like wonder’ of journalism, publishing against the grain and, of course, TrumpIn December 2013 David Carr, the revered media
Walgett's water crisis: NSW considers options after 'concerning' sodium levels found

Walgett's water crisis: NSW considers options after 'concerning' sodium levels found

Berejiklian government may install desalination system for town’s bore water supplyThe state government says it is considering options to help resolve the water crisis in the western New South Wales
Victoria spends less than half the national average on social housing, report shows

Victoria spends less than half the national average on social housing, report shows

Productivity Commission finds Victoria spent $83 per person in 2017-18 compared to national average of $167Victoria is spending less than half as much on social housing as New South Wales, according
Hopefuls pay out thousands of rupees to chase Gurkha glory in Nepal | Pete Pattisson

Hopefuls pay out thousands of rupees to chase Gurkha glory in Nepal | Pete Pattisson

Training academies – and unscrupulous agents – are cashing in on young men preparing for this month’s feared ‘doko race’ to secure a lucrative British army job Long before the sun rises above the
‘No one can guarantee our safety’: Syrians stuck in squalid exile

‘No one can guarantee our safety’: Syrians stuck in squalid exile

Despite appalling conditions in Lebanese camps, most refugees say it is unsafe to go homeIn knee-deep snow and biting cold, 10-year-old Saleh Qarqour had almost finished shovelling a path to the tent