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How long a shadow will Labor's bout of doubt cast over Shorten?

How long a shadow will Labor's bout of doubt cast over Shorten?

Factional ructions, election fretting and the mess of that tax backflip point to super Saturday crunch time for the ALP leaderBecause politics is laced with ego and is in many ways the
Former race adviser who was Tasered cleared of racial abuse

Former race adviser who was Tasered cleared of racial abuse

Judah Adunbi had been accused of insulting a man in a Bristol betting shopA former police race relations advisor who made headlines around the world after he was Tasered by a constable has been found
Canada hits US with retaliatory tariffs: 'We will not back down'

Canada hits US with retaliatory tariffs: 'We will not back down'

Country announced taxes on items including ketchup, lawnmowers, whiskey and yoghurt amounting to $12.6bnCanada has announced billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs against the US in a tit-for-tat
First great white shark in decades spotted near Spain's Balearic Islands

First great white shark in decades spotted near Spain's Balearic Islands

Five-metre shark seen in area’s first confirmed sighting since fisherman caught one in 1976A great white shark has been spotted near Spain’s Balearic Islands for the first time in at least 30 years.
UN snubs Trump by rejecting US pick for migration agency

UN snubs Trump by rejecting US pick for migration agency

Ken Isaacs comes a poor third to António Vitorino in electionIOM has been led by an American since 1960sUnited Nations member states have emphatically rejected the US candidate to lead the
EU's migrant centres could breach human rights, say campaigners

EU's migrant centres could breach human rights, say campaigners

Fears raised over policy agreed by EU leaders in BrusselsSecure migrant processing camps that may be set up in Europe under a deal reached by EU leaders risk becoming de facto detention centres
Dramatic arrest of shoplifters as they try to escape from store in Canada – video

Dramatic arrest of shoplifters as they try to escape from store in Canada – video

A 29-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man wrestled a police officer to the ground in an attempt to escape arrest at a convenience store in Spruce Grove in Canada. While the officer struggled to arrest
EU leaders defend migration deal as doubts emerge

EU leaders defend migration deal as doubts emerge

Four countries say they will not set up ‘controlled centres’ promised after 10-hour talksEuropean Union leaders have defended a migration deal struck during talks in Brussels as doubts emerged about
Virgin airlines says it will no longer help to deport immigrants

Virgin airlines says it will no longer help to deport immigrants

Decision taken following LGBT campaigning and Windrush scandalVirgin airlines has said it will no longer assist the Home Office in deporting people classed as illegal immigrants, following pressure
Unesco names three new world heritage sites

Unesco names three new world heritage sites

16th-century Kenyan dry-stone walled settlement, ancient city in Oman and oasis in Saudi Arabia recognised by UN bodyThree new sites have been awarded world heritage status by Unesco, including a
At least six dead in Mali after attack on regional anti-terror force base

At least six dead in Mali after attack on regional anti-terror force base

Suicide bomber tried to enter HQ of five-state force fighting jihad in the Sahel, source saysIslamist militants have attacked the Malian headquarters of a regional anti-terror taskforce, killing six
Brexit: EU leaders say single-market access for goods a nonstarter

Brexit: EU leaders say single-market access for goods a nonstarter

‘We are not going to let Britain destroy the European Union’, says Irish PMTheresa May has been told by European leaders that an attempt to protect the UK’s industrial base by gaining single market
Maryland shooting suspect investigated in 2013 over threats against newspaper

Maryland shooting suspect investigated in 2013 over threats against newspaper

Jarrod Ramos, 38, charged with five counts of murder over what police chief calls ‘unutterable tragedy’ Suspect charged with murder over attack that left five deadThe alleged gunman who killed five
Estonian president delights in country’s high proportion of unicorns

Estonian president delights in country’s high proportion of unicorns

Kersti Kaljulaid called attention on Twitter to the small country’s four unicorns – tech companies valued over $1bnThe president of Estonia has called attention to her nation’s high proportion of
Edward Snowden describes Russian government as corrupt

Edward Snowden describes Russian government as corrupt

Whistleblower’s comments a risk given his sanctuary in the country since 2013National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his most trenchant criticism yet of the Russian
Iowa law forcing women to wait 72 hours before abortion ruled illegal

Iowa law forcing women to wait 72 hours before abortion ruled illegal

Iowa supreme court finds law violates state constitutionRuling does not affect new ban on abortions after 20 weeksThe Iowa supreme court on Friday blocked a law requiring a 72-hour waiting period
William proves prince of diplomacy in Israel and Palestine

William proves prince of diplomacy in Israel and Palestine

British royal visit was carefully calibrated, but did not entirely escape criticismThe visit was carefully designed to be “non-political”, and the Duke of Cambridge appeared to successfully negotiate
EU migration deal may force NGOs to rethink, says charity

EU migration deal may force NGOs to rethink, says charity

Médecins Sans Frontières fears becoming ‘agent of Libya’ and forcing migrants to returnThe NGO vessels that rescue refugees in the Mediterranean may have to rethink their missions if they are forced
Hillary Clinton says Trump's family separation policy 'worse than her worst fears'

Hillary Clinton says Trump's family separation policy 'worse than her worst fears'

Clinton accused Trump of retreating on his hardline immigration policy only because ‘even for him the optics were terrible’Hillary Clinton has spoken up to slam Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance”
Retirees returning to Jamaica face extreme murder risk, say police

Retirees returning to Jamaica face extreme murder risk, say police

Returnees warned they are seen as soft targets following multiple killings of UK expatsJamaican expats who retire there after decades in the UK face an “extreme risk” of murder, a former police chief