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'Big fiesta' arrives outside New York lawyer's home after his racist rant

'Big fiesta' arrives outside New York lawyer's home after his racist rant

Organizers plan to ‘educate’ Aaron Schlossberg with a Latin-themed party following his attack on Spanish-speaking workersAaron Schlossberg, the Manhattan lawyer who was filmed this week demanding
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry: how the royal wedding unfolded

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry: how the royal wedding unfolded

Catch up on all the details of the build-up and ceremony in Windsor Full report: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry marry as millions watch How are you marking the day? Share your stories 6.00pm BST As
Our kids are being shot by weapons of war and the government does nothing

Our kids are being shot by weapons of war and the government does nothing

Parents across the US can’t send their children to learn math and reading without worrying that they’ll never hug them againThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world
More than 100 people dead in Cuba's worst air disaster in 30 years

More than 100 people dead in Cuba's worst air disaster in 30 years

Official period of mourning declared after Boeing 737 crashed outside Havana on FridayMore than 100 people were killed when a Boeing 737 crashed soon after taking off from Havana in what appeared to
New documents suggest Las Vegas shooter was conspiracy theorist – what we know

New documents suggest Las Vegas shooter was conspiracy theorist – what we know

In the documents, those who encountered gunman Stephen Paddock say he expressed conspiratorial, anti-government beliefs characteristic of the far rightStephen Paddock was the gunman who killed 58
Taking Chelsea flower show inspiration from a refugee camp in Iraq

Taking Chelsea flower show inspiration from a refugee camp in Iraq

The creative, makeshift gardens at Domiz refugee camp have inspired Tom Massey’s show gardenDesigners often travel abroad to seek inspiration for their Chelsea show gardens, but their trips don’t
Italy's far right uses Irish vote to boost anti-abortion campaign

Italy's far right uses Irish vote to boost anti-abortion campaign

ProVita activists boost campaign in run-up to 40th anniversary of legalisation of abortionActivists and far-right politicians have seized on Italy’s low birth rate and the attention on Ireland’s
'Sometimes dancing, sometimes furious': a girl shot dead in Gaza

'Sometimes dancing, sometimes furious': a girl shot dead in Gaza

Wesal Sheikh Khalil was an ordinary teenager confronting an extraordinary political situation The family of Wesal Sheikh Khalil say that in a matter of weeks the teenager experienced a complete
Commonwealth Bank apologises for staff manipulation of children's accounts

Commonwealth Bank apologises for staff manipulation of children's accounts

Dormant Dollamite accounts were activated with loose change in order to spruik sales and bonus targetsCommonwealth Bank has apologised for the widespread manipulation of Dollamites accounts by its
'Maduro would beat Jesus': Venezuelans lament rigged system as election looms

'Maduro would beat Jesus': Venezuelans lament rigged system as election looms

Many fear dirty tricks will keep the unpopular president in power, but the opposition is urging people not to boycott Sunday’s vote After denouncing Venezuela’s food shortages and hyperinflation in a
Royal couple's chosen minister is campaigner on equal rights

Royal couple's chosen minister is campaigner on equal rights

Michael Curry is first African-American to head US Episcopal church and will give a sermon at the wedding on SaturdayThe US minister chosen by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to deliver the sermon at
China lands nuclear strike-capable bombers on South China Sea islands

China lands nuclear strike-capable bombers on South China Sea islands

Exercise described by air force as preparation for ‘the battle’ for the disputed waters China’s air force has landed bombers on islands and reefs in the South China Sea as part of a training exercise
The bombers next door: how an Indonesian family turned into suicide attackers

The bombers next door: how an Indonesian family turned into suicide attackers

A wave of extremist violence that unfolded in Surabaya this week had a troubling new element: bombings carried out by parents – and their childrenIt was through food that the family of the Indonesian
Australia and US oppose UN move for independent inquiry into Gaza violence

Australia and US oppose UN move for independent inquiry into Gaza violence

Among the countries that voted, 29 were in favour, 14 abstained and only two were against the investigation • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Australia has aligned
Greens endorse union campaign to strengthen bargaining powers

Greens endorse union campaign to strengthen bargaining powers

Di Natale stops short of backing every plank of the Change the Rules platform, putting the party in a similar position to Labor• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The
Trump promises to sign prison reform bill that could free thousands

Trump promises to sign prison reform bill that could free thousands

The bill, which could immediately release 4,000 federal prisoners, is likely to be brought up for a vote early next weekDonald Trump on Friday promised to sign bipartisan prison reform legislation
Iraq: anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s bloc confirmed as election winners

Iraq: anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s bloc confirmed as election winners

Sitting PM in third place with pro-Iran figure in second Protracted negotiations to form government expected A political bloc led by populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, a long-time adversary of the US
Saudi Arabia: women's rights activists arrested before lifting of driving ban

Saudi Arabia: women's rights activists arrested before lifting of driving ban

Seven detainees reportedly include women who have long opposed the kingdom’s conservative rules, including guardianship lawsSaudi authorities have arrested seven prominent women’s rights advocates,
NDIS mistakenly posts changes restricting access for autistic children

NDIS mistakenly posts changes restricting access for autistic children

Guidelines were incorrectly altered to remove direct eligibility for all but most severe autism•Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The Turnbull government has
Vinnies blasts 'cruel' cut in benefits to asylum seekers on medical treatment

Vinnies blasts 'cruel' cut in benefits to asylum seekers on medical treatment

John Falzon says move is part of a pattern to outsource government responsibility to charities and community groups• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon The federal