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What we learned from Barr's summary of the Mueller report

What we learned from Barr's summary of the Mueller report

What’s in the attorney general’s summary of the Trump-Russia investigation? And will the report be made public? Full four-page letter of Barr’s summaryFollow the latest US politics newsWilliam Barr:
Michael Avenatti, ex-lawyer for Stormy Daniels, arrested on extortion charges

Michael Avenatti, ex-lawyer for Stormy Daniels, arrested on extortion charges

Avenatti charged with attempting to extort millions from Nike, and also charged with wire and bank fraud in separate caseMichael Avenatti, the high-profile Californian lawyer who represented the
Canadian man stands trial after wife alleges abuse following family's Afghan kidnapping

Canadian man stands trial after wife alleges abuse following family's Afghan kidnapping

Joshua Boyle began trial on Monday for offences including sexual assault, unlawful confinement and uttering death threatsA Canadian man who was kidnapped in Afghanistan and held hostage for five years
Labor's plan to change minimum wage to a 'living wage' revealed

Labor's plan to change minimum wage to a 'living wage' revealed

Labor says plan will balance business concerns with lifting Australia’s lowest-paid employees from povertyLabor will propose a two-step process to transform the current minimum wage to a living wage
Coalition's Pacific bank misguided and has echoes of axed 1980s scheme, report warns

Coalition's Pacific bank misguided and has echoes of axed 1980s scheme, report warns

Exclusive: Report suggests scheme is a solution to a crisis that is ‘largely exaggerated’A proposal to set up an Australian Pacific infrastructure investment bank might repeat the mistakes of a
Israeli military bombs Gaza after rocket strike

Israeli military bombs Gaza after rocket strike

Five wounded as Israel strikes ‘Hamas terror targets’Hamas says Egypt has helped arrange a ceasefireIsraeli forces and Hamas exchanged rocket fire on Monday night amid fears of a new conflict in
PM concedes lack of support for deal as MPs seek to take control

PM concedes lack of support for deal as MPs seek to take control

Theresa May says she is sceptical about ‘indicative votes’ plan but edges closer to ruling out no-deal BrexitFollow all the day’s political developments - live updatesTheresa May has urged MPs not to
Refugees face routine sexual violence in Libyan detention centres – report

Refugees face routine sexual violence in Libyan detention centres – report

Abuse often filmed and sent to victims’ relatives, Women’s Refugee Commission findsRefugees and migrants trying to reach Europe from Africa are being subjected to horrific and routine sexual violence
'Now I own my life': Saudi sisters who fled family granted asylum

'Now I own my life': Saudi sisters who fled family granted asylum

Pair, given asylum in undisclosed country, faced recriminations in kingdomTwo Saudi sisters who say they were beaten and treated like slaves by their brothers and father have been granted asylum in an
MPs poised to take control and vote on Brexit options

MPs poised to take control and vote on Brexit options

Ministers believe Theresa May should not offer up a vote on her plan if it is not likely to passFollow all the day’s political developments - live updatesThe government has all but conceded it will
Packets of hot sauce save two people's lives in one month

Packets of hot sauce save two people's lives in one month

Man in Oregon trapped in his car for five days ate hot sauce, and moments after a Taco Bell customer got up from his seat to retrieve some hot sauce, a car burst through the restaurant’s wallDon’t
Man sentenced to 24 years for murder of released child killer

Man sentenced to 24 years for murder of released child killer

Ieuan Harley stabbed David Gaut who had completed 32-year sentence, Newport court hearsA man has been jailed for at least 24 years after being found guilty of torturing and stabbing to death a
'Yet another killer for children left starved by war': cholera grips Yemen

'Yet another killer for children left starved by war': cholera grips Yemen

In the last two weeks, 1,000 young people a day have been infected with the diseaseYemen is seeing a sharp spike in the number of suspected cholera cases this year, with 1,000 children a day infected
French Muslim group suing Facebook over Christchurch video

French Muslim group suing Facebook over Christchurch video

CFCM is also taking action against YouTube for allowing attack footage to be broadcastThe French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) has said it is suing Facebook and YouTube for allowing the public
DUP rejects Theresa May's personal plea to support her deal

DUP rejects Theresa May's personal plea to support her deal

Party leader Arlene Foster tells prime minister in telephone call she will not change stanceTheresa May’s hopes that she can force her withdrawal deal through parliament faded on Monday after the
'They don't think we're human': Buenos Aires market traders fight eviction

'They don't think we're human': Buenos Aires market traders fight eviction

A recent protest by street vendors was met with a violent crackdown – but was their eviction necessary to ‘order’ the city’s public space? An unsettling quiet has fallen over a stretch of the usually
French officials target alleged 'kiwigate' fraudsters

French officials target alleged 'kiwigate' fraudsters

Investigators say 12% of kiwis passed off as more expensive French fruit were grown in ItalyFrench fraud investigators say they have uncovered a €6m (£5m) scam in which Italian kiwis were passed off
Pop's great adventurer: how Scott Walker reached the heart of darkness

Pop's great adventurer: how Scott Walker reached the heart of darkness

Few pop stars went the artistic distance that Scott Walker did – and from the middle of the road to its further edges, his work was always extraordinaryNews: Scott Walker, experimental pop hero, dies
'Inconceivable' Autonomy founder unaware of fraud, court told

'Inconceivable' Autonomy founder unaware of fraud, court told

UK entrepreneur Mike Lynch denies wrongdoing in response to civil claim by Hewlett PackardMike Lynch, the founder of the software group Autonomy, was a “controlling and demanding individual” and it
Far-right Italian deputy Matteo Salvini takes Basilicata in south

Far-right Italian deputy Matteo Salvini takes Basilicata in south

Deputy PM renews pledge to change Europe as 24 years of leftwing rule ends in regionItaly’s deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, has renewed his pledge to change Europe as his rightwing coalition