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Eight of 14 rhinos die after move to Kenyan national park

Eight of 14 rhinos die after move to Kenyan national park

Relocation of endangered animals carries risks but loss of half of them is highly unusualEight out of 14 critically endangered black rhinos have died after being moved to a reserve in southern Kenya,
Beirut baristas try to revive city’s once vibrant cafe culture

Beirut baristas try to revive city’s once vibrant cafe culture

Young Lebanese entrepreneurs put coffee centre stage with a nod to the pastIn the years before Beirut was struck by civil war, the city was known for its vibrant cafe culture that attracted
The moment Trump baby blimp lifts off - video

The moment Trump baby blimp lifts off - video

A six-metre-high inflatable Trump baby balloon takes off over the Houses of Parliament on Friday to protest the US president's contentious visit to the UK Continue reading...
Former Liberal staffers 'parachuted' into top Treasury positions, says Labor

Former Liberal staffers 'parachuted' into top Treasury positions, says Labor

Chris Bowen says the government is politicising commonwealth agenciesLabor has raised concerns about the Turnbull government’s decision to appoint former political staffers to key bureaucratic roles
EU's Juncker stumbles repeatedly at Nato summit – video

EU's Juncker stumbles repeatedly at Nato summit – video

The European commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, lost his balance several times ahead of a gala dinner at the Brussels meeting on Wednesday. The presidents of Finland and Ukraine, among others,
Inside Wakaliwood: Kampala's action movie studio

Inside Wakaliwood: Kampala's action movie studio

In the Wakaliga slum, the Ramon film studio has put Uganda on the cinematic map by shooting $200 action comedies packed with car chases, helicopter raids, kung fu, zombies and collective spirit.
'Data is a fingerprint': why you aren't as anonymous as you think online

'Data is a fingerprint': why you aren't as anonymous as you think online

So-called ‘anonymous’ data can be easily used to identify everything from our medical records to purchase historiesIn August 2016, the Australian government released an “anonymised” data set
Indonesian sprinter who could barely afford shoes wins 100m gold

Indonesian sprinter who could barely afford shoes wins 100m gold

Country celebrates after Lalu Muhammad Zohri’s victory at under-20 IAAF championshipsIndonesians are celebrating after an athlete from Lombok island who could barely afford running shoes last year
Trump hails Boris Johnson as future PM and attacks Sadiq Khan

Trump hails Boris Johnson as future PM and attacks Sadiq Khan

President calls ex-foreign secretary ‘very talented’ while criticising London mayor • MPs outraged at ‘repulsive’ Trump broadside against May• Trump in the UK: follow it liveDonald Trump hailed Boris
'A dignified alternative': the special cart for homeless people to keep their stuff

'A dignified alternative': the special cart for homeless people to keep their stuff

Group in western Canada comes up with prototype trolley equipped with handbrakes, shelving and locksIt’s a challenge often overshadowed by the more pressing concerns of homelessness: where to store
Reports of slavery in British car washes fail to trigger arrests

Reports of slavery in British car washes fail to trigger arrests

Helpline receives 473 warnings of potential slavery victims in hand car washes, yet successful action remains rarePublic reports of suspected forced labour in the British car wash industry are not
Trump, May and Brexit: today's front pages

Trump, May and Brexit: today's front pages

Late editions cover the spectacular backfiring of the PM’s decision to host Donald Trump US president trashes May’s Brexit blueprint – liveTrump hails Boris Johnson as future PMToday’s Sun front page
Cabinet documents: staff disciplined over ‘extraordinary lapse of security’

Cabinet documents: staff disciplined over ‘extraordinary lapse of security’

Police investigation finds breach was a result of human error, not malicious intentA number of public servants have been sanctioned over the “extraordinary lapse of security” that led to the release
'Fake news often goes viral': WhatsApp ads warn India after mob lynchings

'Fake news often goes viral': WhatsApp ads warn India after mob lynchings

Messaging services takes full-page advertisements showing how to spot false information after spate of killingsAfter hoax messages circulated on WhatsApp triggered several incidents of mob lynchings
'Takes the edge off': the cute cartoons that portrayed perils of Thai cave rescue

'Takes the edge off': the cute cartoons that portrayed perils of Thai cave rescue

Amid the stress and uncertainty of a 17-day ordeal, artform influenced by Japanese kawaii approach eased a nervous nationWell before the Moo Pa football team emerged from the Tham Luang caves, they
'I saw my house sink': Japan takes stock after deadly rains

'I saw my house sink': Japan takes stock after deadly rains

As search operations continue questions asked about ability to withstand extreme weather After the waters had receded and the sun finally made an appearance, Ken Kirioka was contemplating the personal
Trump: soft Brexit will 'kill' UK's chances of US trade deal

Trump: soft Brexit will 'kill' UK's chances of US trade deal

President praises Boris Johnson and says that May ignored his advice on Brexit negotiations in extraordinary interviewTrump in the UK: follow it live Theresa May will come under intense pressure to
Floods and landslides in Japan – in pictures

Floods and landslides in Japan – in pictures

Heavy rains that hit western Japan last week have resulted in landslides and flooding – the worst the country has experienced in 36 years. The death toll has risen to 200, with most of those in the
Pakistan's caretaker government accused of vote rigging by Sharif's brother

Pakistan's caretaker government accused of vote rigging by Sharif's brother

Leader of PML-N party claims hundreds of supporters arrested before return of ex-PM The brother of Pakistan’s ousted prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, has accused the country’s caretaker government of
Mexico City: newly opened Artz Pedregal shopping mall collapses

Mexico City: newly opened Artz Pedregal shopping mall collapses

The center, which opened in March, suffered previous subsoil slides. No injuries were reportedA newly opened shopping mall in Mexico City has partly collapsed after structural problems apparently led