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Go-ahead given for merger of Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp

Go-ahead given for merger of Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp

Synergies expected as German and Indian firms combine their European operations The German steel company Thyssenkrupp has agreed a merger of its European operations with Indian-owned Tata Steel.The
Jamaica to boost security after murders of returning expats

Jamaica to boost security after murders of returning expats

Provision of liaison officers follows Guardian report on extreme risk to retirees Police in Jamaica have pledged extra security for returning residents after the murder of five British and Canadian
'We're in the abyss': how despair in Mexico set 'Amlo' on verge of presidency

'We're in the abyss': how despair in Mexico set 'Amlo' on verge of presidency

Violence, corruption and poverty explain why leftwing populist Andrés Manuel López Obrador is the frontrunner in electionMexico election: the candidates, the stakes and the key issuesIt’s a searing
Driving holidays: a guide to taking your car abroad this summer

Driving holidays: a guide to taking your car abroad this summer

From breakdown cover to tolls and getting a GB sticker, here’s what you need to knowNo one forgets the first time they drive their car off a ferry at the start of a motoring holiday abroad – either
Man remains holed up in Sunshine Coast unit after body found in barrel

Man remains holed up in Sunshine Coast unit after body found in barrel

Public told to avoid the area following search for Zlatko Sikorsky over disappearance of Larissa BeilbyA tense standoff between police and a man wanted for questioning following the discovery of a
New Zealand: majority of callers to new sexual harm helpline are teenage girls

New Zealand: majority of callers to new sexual harm helpline are teenage girls

Safe to talk He pai ki te korero has received more than 1,200 phone calls in its first month of operationA nationwide sexual harm helpline in New Zealand has received more than 1,200 phone calls in
Capital Gazette: US mass shooters and their history of violence towards women

Capital Gazette: US mass shooters and their history of violence towards women

Female classmate says gunman harassed her, matching pattern of attackers perpetrating violence against those close to them A 38-year-old gunman shot through a sleepy newsroom’s glass door and kept
A grave threat to women's rights: 24 US states could ban abortion in two years

A grave threat to women's rights: 24 US states could ban abortion in two years

Donald Trump is likely to nominate an anti-choice justice to replace Anthony Kennedy, which means the supreme court could seek to overturn Roe v Wade – and allow anti-abortion states to take their
Brexit will strengthen Ireland-US relations, says Irish ambassador

Brexit will strengthen Ireland-US relations, says Irish ambassador

Daniel Mulhall predicts Ireland will emerge as the main bridge between US and EuropeBrexit is likely to lead to a strengthening of the US-Irish bond and the emergence of Ireland as the main bridge
Pay rise for politicians as penalty rates trimmed further in hospitality and retail

Pay rise for politicians as penalty rates trimmed further in hospitality and retail

ACTU says the personal income-tax cuts will not be enough to offset the drop in earnings for many workersAustralia’s federal politicians, senior public servants, and members of the judiciary will
Migrant children and families now face indefinite detention by US

Migrant children and families now face indefinite detention by US

Justice Department seeks to sidestep Flores agreement that calls for children to be released after 20 daysThe US government is claiming the right to detain children and parents caught crossing the US
North Korea still secretly enriching uranium, say US officials

North Korea still secretly enriching uranium, say US officials

Report cites ‘unequivocal evidence they are trying to deceive the US’ in blow to Donald TrumpNorth Korea has increased its production of enriched uranium for nuclear weapons at secret sites in recent
India's huge solar ambitions could push coal further into shade

India's huge solar ambitions could push coal further into shade

Foreshadowed 100 gigawatt tender is off the scale of country’s energy needs but represents ‘brilliant statement of intent’, analysts sayIndia says it intends to launch a tender for 100 gigawatts of
Comedian claims he tricked Trump with prank call onboard Air Force One

Comedian claims he tricked Trump with prank call onboard Air Force One

Podcast appears to include conversation with the president in which comedian poses as a senatorDonald Trump appears to have returned a prank phone call from a comedian pretending to be the senator
Why farmers are getting behind the science on climate change – Australian politics live

Why farmers are getting behind the science on climate change – Australian politics live

Katharine Murphy talks to Fiona Simson, president of the National Farmers’ Federation, about how farmers attitudes towards climate change are evolving. Simson says dissenters need to ‘get out of the
Bring on England: Colombians believe their team will triumph

Bring on England: Colombians believe their team will triumph

Fans following World Cup swing between cautiously and wildly optimistic about chances Colombia does not really do quiet: the need for music, talk and laughter is too deeply ingrained in the national
Emil Gayed: self-described 'nurturing' obstetrician who mutilated women

Emil Gayed: self-described 'nurturing' obstetrician who mutilated women

Disgraced doctor is subject of two separate inquiries into his treatment of women spanning five public hospitalsIn an online profile on a health website, Emil Shawky Gayed describes himself a “calm”
Trump to announce supreme court pick on 9 July

Trump to announce supreme court pick on 9 July

President announced he has five finalists, including two women, and may interview two contenders this weekendDonald Trump said on Friday he plans to announce his nominee for a forthcoming vacancy on
'It is a dollar for dollar response': Canada strikes back at US – video

'It is a dollar for dollar response': Canada strikes back at US – video

Canada has announced billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs against the US in a tit-for-tat response to the Trump administration’s duties on Canadian steel and aluminium. Justin Trudeau’s
Mexican parade at World Cup cancelled after fears of proximity to Lenin's grave

Mexican parade at World Cup cancelled after fears of proximity to Lenin's grave

A Day of the Dead-themed parade in Moscow was called off after communist lawmakers objectedMexican soccer fans have called off a Day of the Dead-themed parade in Moscow’s Red Square after communist