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Propaganda, but with graphics: North Korea's news bulletins get a makeover

Propaganda, but with graphics: North Korea's news bulletins get a makeover

Drab studio backdrops are out and slick new graphics are in as KCTV goes hi-techWhile the substance may be predictable, North Korea’s state-run broadcaster is undergoing a style makeover, as it
Xinjiang crackdown must continue, top China leader says

Xinjiang crackdown must continue, top China leader says

Treatment of Uighur minority has been heavily criticised in the west but Wang Yang says ‘high pressure’ must be maintainedXinjiang needs to “perfect” stability maintenance measures and crack down on
Solomon Islands oil spill: currents push slick away from world heritage reef

Solomon Islands oil spill: currents push slick away from world heritage reef

It could take up to four months to finish cleaning up the spill from the MV Trader Ocean currents have carried oil leaking from a shipwreck on the Solomon Islands away from a nearby world heritage
Judge Sandy Street criticised again by federal court over asylum case

Judge Sandy Street criticised again by federal court over asylum case

Street took 75 days to give written reasons for judgment when applicant had only 21 days to appeal The federal court has again criticised the controversial judge Alexander “Sandy” Street, after he
Ex-Trump adviser takes aim at Alexander Downer after Mueller report

Ex-Trump adviser takes aim at Alexander Downer after Mueller report

George Papadopoulos wants surveillance material declassified and to know why Downer is ‘so protected’One of Donald Trump’s former campaign managers, George Papadopoulos, who famously met Alexander
French masterpieces renamed after black subjects in new exhibition

French masterpieces renamed after black subjects in new exhibition

Curators at Paris exhibition tracked down names of models used by likes of Manet, Picasso and CézanneFrench art masterpieces have been renamed after their long-overlooked black subjects in a
William Tyrrell inquest: foster mother immediately thought 'somebody has taken him'

William Tyrrell inquest: foster mother immediately thought 'somebody has taken him'

Two cars seen the morning William disappeared were gone by the time family realised he was missing, coroner toldWilliam Tyrrell’s foster mother has told a coroner she immediately thought “someone has
Nasa cancels all-female spacewalk, citing lack of spacesuit in right size

Nasa cancels all-female spacewalk, citing lack of spacesuit in right size

Space agency blames shortage of outerwear after first-of-its-kind mission falls throughNasa’s plans for an all-female spacewalk have fallen through – at least in part because the agency doesn’t have
Backpacker charged after woman finds hidden camera in Bondi hostel bathroom

Backpacker charged after woman finds hidden camera in Bondi hostel bathroom

Hong Kong man, 36, allegedly hid camera inside a deodorant stick which his French roommate spotted after she finished showering A tourist from Hong Kong is behind bars after allegedly hiding a camera
Canada: man arrested over stun-gun abduction of Chinese student

Canada: man arrested over stun-gun abduction of Chinese student

Wanzhen Lu, 22, went missing on Saturday in OntarioPolice shocked by ‘significant’ violence used to kidnap LuPolice in Canada have made their first arrest in the case of a missing Chinese student, who
Warning of legal limbo for 3m EU citizens living in UK after Brexit

Warning of legal limbo for 3m EU citizens living in UK after Brexit

Free movement, housing and social security rights at risk, says parliamentary reportEU citizens living in the UK would be stripped of their freedom of movement, housing and social security rights by
Queensland to end private jails experiment after scathing report

Queensland to end private jails experiment after scathing report

Retaking control of state’s two privately-run prisons ‘will lead to greater safety’, minister saysQueensland will end its experiment with privately-run jails after a scathing report found it was hard
Democrats refuse to retreat on Trump legal issues despite Mueller disappointment

Democrats refuse to retreat on Trump legal issues despite Mueller disappointment

House committee chairs call on attorney general William Barr to send them full Mueller report by 2 AprilAs Donald Trump declared victory following the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller’s
One Nation's James Ashby filmed seeking $20m from NRA to weaken Australia's gun laws

One Nation's James Ashby filmed seeking $20m from NRA to weaken Australia's gun laws

Al-Jazeera journalist posing as gun campaigner films senior party figures in Washington DC soliciting financial support to help One Nation seize the balance of powerSenior One Nation figures James
MPs seize control of Brexit process by backing indicative votes amendment

MPs seize control of Brexit process by backing indicative votes amendment

Amendment giving MPs a series of votes on alternatives to May’s Brexit deal passes 329 votes to 302MPs have inflicted a fresh humiliating defeat on Theresa May, voting to seize control of the
Mexico demands Spain apologize for colonial abuse of indigenous people

Mexico demands Spain apologize for colonial abuse of indigenous people

In letter to Spanish king, President Obrador cites massacres and oppression during conquest of Mexico Mexico’s president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has written to Spanish King Felipe VI and Pope
Woman who sheltered Edward Snowden is granted asylum in Canada

Woman who sheltered Edward Snowden is granted asylum in Canada

Vanessa Rodel and daughter due to arrive from Hong KongRodel hosted the former CIA analyst in her apartment in 2013Canada has granted asylum to a woman who helped Edward Snowden hide in Hong Kong
Australia's big media companies would face breakup under Greens' 'blow torch' policy

Australia's big media companies would face breakup under Greens' 'blow torch' policy

Sarah Hanson-Young says party would put ‘public interest journalism and the public good’ ahead of profitsAustralia’s big media companies would be put under a “blow torch” under the federal Greens’
'No more hope': fresh blackout leaves half of Venezuela without power

'No more hope': fresh blackout leaves half of Venezuela without power

Fourteen of country’s 23 states affected just weeks after the country’s worst power failure in historyVenezuela has been hit by another major power cut, with more than half of the country reportedly
Birmingham mosque attacks not far-right or terror-related, say police

Birmingham mosque attacks not far-right or terror-related, say police

Man held under Mental Health Act for damage at five mosques, which are not linked to latest attackThe Birmingham mosque attacks are not being treated as acts of far-right extremism or terrorism,