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'Mountains and mountains of plastic': life on Cambodia's polluted coast

'Mountains and mountains of plastic': life on Cambodia's polluted coast

Photographs from Sihanouk in the country’s south west reveal locals living amid a staggering tide of plastic pollutionLooking down into the water that lies beneath the ramshackle houses of Sihanouk,
Government defends live export ship flagged as 'serious cause for concern'

Government defends live export ship flagged as 'serious cause for concern'

Inspector alleges sheep unable to lie down without being trampled but federal department of agriculture says conditions comply with Australian standards • Sign up to receive the top stories in
Trudeau raises 'serious concern' over jailed blogger in call with Saudi king

Trudeau raises 'serious concern' over jailed blogger in call with Saudi king

Prime minister reportedly discussed the plight of Raif Badawi, Saudi sentenced to 1,000 lashes, whose wife has asylum in CanadaCanada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, expressed his “serious concern”
Morning mail: protests over corpses in bodies exhibition

Morning mail: protests over corpses in bodies exhibition

Wednesday: Concerns Real Bodies exhibition displays executed prisoners. Plus, Warwick Thornton personally delivers new film to DubboGood morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main
Toronto police officer hailed as hero for arresting suspect without firing shot

Toronto police officer hailed as hero for arresting suspect without firing shot

The officer, identified as Ken Lam, arrested Alek Minassian, who allegedly drove a van into pedestrians, killing 10 and injuring dozensA Canadian police officer is being hailed for the restraint and
Alfie Evans' parents lose legal appeal for Vatican treatment

Alfie Evans' parents lose legal appeal for Vatican treatment

Judge urges family to engage with doctors to arrange palliative care ‘for final days or hours’ The parents of Alfie Evans have lost a last-ditch legal appeal to fly their son to Vatican City in what a
Macron pitches new Iran deal to sweeten existing agreement for Trump

Macron pitches new Iran deal to sweeten existing agreement for Trump

French president’s offer seems calculated to appease Donald Trump’s discontent with the current ‘bad deal’ on Iran’s nuclear programmeEmmanuel Macron has proposed negotiations on a “new deal” aimed at
Trump and Macron share an awkward handshake and a kiss - video

Trump and Macron share an awkward handshake and a kiss - video

The US president, Donald Trump, and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, exchange a vigorous handshake at the White House. Macron is the first leader to be accorded a state visit since Trump came
Mexico: dismembered corpse dumped after presidential candidate says 'cut off hands'

Mexico: dismembered corpse dumped after presidential candidate says 'cut off hands'

Jaime Rodríguez’s grim suggestion for punishing those who steal from the public purse drew incredulty and mockery, then terrifying realityWhen a Mexican presidential candidate proposed in a televised
Iran threatens to withdraw from nuclear weapons treaty

Iran threatens to withdraw from nuclear weapons treaty

Tehran warns US of possible repercussions should Donald Trump tear up 2015 nuclear dealIran has threatened to withdraw from the treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons in the clearest
Let’s keep pressure on over Windrush | Letters

Let’s keep pressure on over Windrush | Letters

Cancer doesn’t wait, writes Jacqueline Culleton, who has raised £45k towards Albert Thompson’s medical bills“Heartbreaking” rings hollow in the House of Commons while the suffering of the Windrush
After fake news, it’s fake clues | Brief letters

After fake news, it’s fake clues | Brief letters

War in Yemen | Sizeism | Fake cyptic clues | Country rock | Jurgen Klopp | Royal birthA Middle East attacks and country kills some of its own neighbours, including children, at a wedding using aerial
Trump calls Kim 'very honourable' and says North Korea wants summit as soon as possible

Trump calls Kim 'very honourable' and says North Korea wants summit as soon as possible

US president calls North Korean leader ‘very open and honourable’ – a dramatic turnaround from previous insults directed his wayDonald Trump has called Kim Jong-un “very open” and “very honourable”
Ireland expects Apple EU tax appeal to be heard in autumn

Ireland expects Apple EU tax appeal to be heard in autumn

Timeframe confirmed for joint challenge against EU ruling for €13bn in disputed taxesThe Irish government will begin collecting €13bn (£11bn) in unpaid taxes from Apple, as it confirmed that its joint
'We took down a powerful man': Armenians mark victory and genocide

'We took down a powerful man': Armenians mark victory and genocide

Euphoria fades towards reflection about 1915 and the future day after protests forced Serzh Sargsyan from officeDespite the political hurdles looming, the afterglow from Armenia’s peaceful revolution
Dame Daphne Sheldrick obituary

Dame Daphne Sheldrick obituary

Renowned conservationist dedicated to saving orphaned elephants and releasing them back into the wildElephant babies like coconut oil. This discovery has saved the life of hundreds of orphaned,
Mummified body found in Iran could be of ex-ruler Reza Shah

Mummified body found in Iran could be of ex-ruler Reza Shah

Remains found near mausoleum destroyed after 1979 revolution, which deposed Pahlavi dynastyA mummified body found near a shrine in Tehran could be of the early 20th-century Iranian monarch Reza Shah,
I’ll get that little piece of dandruff off, says Trump as he flicks at Macron's jacket - video

I’ll get that little piece of dandruff off, says Trump as he flicks at Macron's jacket - video

The US president has treated his French counterpart to a colourful welcome at the White House. As the two leaders stood for a photo-op, Donald Trump said he and Emmanuel Macron had 'a very special
Money problems: why Finland has given up on the basic income dream

Money problems: why Finland has given up on the basic income dream

As Finland’s government calls time on a bold experiment in giving citizens cash, can others still attempt such utopian schemes? When the Finnish government embarked on a trial of basic income it was