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'Journalism was her life': Daphne Caruana Galizia's family speak out - video

'Journalism was her life': Daphne Caruana Galizia's family speak out - video

Six months after the anti-corruption journalist was killed by a car bomb near her home in Malta, Caruana Galizia's husband and adult children speak for the first time about the day of her murder, her
Mastermind behind Maltese journalist's murder is being protected, says husband

Mastermind behind Maltese journalist's murder is being protected, says husband

Political interests blocking inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia killing, widower claimsThe family of the murdered anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia believe that three men awaiting
Diamonds in Sudan meteorite 'are remnants of lost planet'

Diamonds in Sudan meteorite 'are remnants of lost planet'

Scientists say rock fragments that hit the Earth in 2008 contain evidence of a lost planet that was part of the early solar systemDiamonds found in a meteorite that exploded over the Nubian desert in
Macron: political divisions in Europe are like a civil war

Macron: political divisions in Europe are like a civil war

French president calls for defence of European liberal democracy in face of illiberalismEmmanuel Macron has likened the political divisions in Europe to a civil war and warned against growing
Caroline Nokes MP's Romsey office evacuated over suspicious substance

Caroline Nokes MP's Romsey office evacuated over suspicious substance

Immigration minister is at centre of controversy about treatment of Windrush-generation Britons A letter containing a suspicious substance sent to the constituency office of the immigration minister
Windrush arrivals embark on a new life in UK – archive photos

Windrush arrivals embark on a new life in UK – archive photos

In 1948 the Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury in Essex, carrying nearly 500 settlers from Jamaica including soldiers who had fought for Britain in the second world war Continue reading...
Choi Eun-hee, actor once abducted by North Korea, dies

Choi Eun-hee, actor once abducted by North Korea, dies

Celebrated South Korean actor spent several years being forced to make movies for Kim Jong-ilChoi Eun-hee, one of South Korea’s most famous actors, who was abducted and made to make films in North
Drones help fight surge in deadly malaria spread by monkeys in Malaysia

Drones help fight surge in deadly malaria spread by monkeys in Malaysia

As human cases rise sharply, technology tracks macaques in Borneo forests to analyse how primates pass on strain, which can be fatalDrones are being used to track monkeys deep in the Malaysian forests
California police kill black father with barrage of bullets in Walmart parking lot

California police kill black father with barrage of bullets in Walmart parking lot

The killing of 26-year-old Diante Yarber, who is believed to have been unarmed, is being called a brutal case of excessive police force California police fired what sounded like more than 30 bullets
Greg Hunt interview goes off rails over 'free speech' and gay conversion therapy

Greg Hunt interview goes off rails over 'free speech' and gay conversion therapy

Federal health minister repeatedly interrogates Radio National’s Patricia Karvelas in testy exchange • Sign up to receive the top stories every morningGreg Hunt has repeatedly questioned whether an
Unit 731: Japan discloses details of notorious chemical warfare division

Unit 731: Japan discloses details of notorious chemical warfare division

National archives lists members of army branch that conducted lethal experiments on Chinese civilians in 30s and 40sJapan has disclosed the names of thousands of members of Unit 731, a notorious
Belgian doctor gets the all clear for note letting woman cancel gym membership

Belgian doctor gets the all clear for note letting woman cancel gym membership

Fitness centre owners left hot and bothered after ruling by Order of PhysiciansOwners of fitness centres in Belgium are in uproar after a doctor who wrote a medical note to free a woman from her
Luciana Berger MP criticises 'corrosive' antisemitism within Labour – politics live

Luciana Berger MP criticises 'corrosive' antisemitism within Labour – politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenBrittany Kaiser’s Cambridge Analytica evidence to MPs - SummaryOpening of the Syria debate - Summary and analysisAfternoon summary
National energy guarantee will 'lock in' poor climate outcomes, ACT says

National energy guarantee will 'lock in' poor climate outcomes, ACT says

ACT will push for improvements as federal energy minister Josh Frydenberg urges states and territories to get behind schemeThe Australian Capital Territory says the national energy guarantee will
'Mr Cohen has acted like he is above the law': Stormy Daniels on Trump's lawyer - video

'Mr Cohen has acted like he is above the law': Stormy Daniels on Trump's lawyer - video

Porn actor Stormy Daniels, who alleges she had a sexual encounter with President Trump and was paid to keep quiet, says she will not rest until the truth comes out. On Monday, FBI agents are believed
Cambridge Analytica: ex-director says firm pitched detailed strategy to Leave.EU

Cambridge Analytica: ex-director says firm pitched detailed strategy to Leave.EU

Brittany Kaiser says she carried out study on microtargeting people likely to back BrexitA former Cambridge Analytica director has confirmed that the firm pitched “a very detailed strategy” to
Poland violated EU laws by logging in Białowieża forest, court rules

Poland violated EU laws by logging in Białowieża forest, court rules

Judge dismisses claims by Polish government that logging was necessary to protect ancient forest from outbreak of bark beetlesThe EU’s highest court has ruled that Poland’s logging in the
Philippines sends in riot police to lock down 'cesspool' Boracay

Philippines sends in riot police to lock down 'cesspool' Boracay

‘Crowd dispersal unit’ among measures to keep out tourists during six-month shutdownThe Philippines is to deploy hundreds of riot police to the holiday island Boracay to keep out tourists and head off
Chemical weapons experts press for access to Syria attack site

Chemical weapons experts press for access to Syria attack site

Questions asked about how Russia was able to take sympathetic journalists to Douma while international inspectors have been waylaid on safety groundsInternational chemical weapons inspectors were due
Abe hopes Trump meeting will bring Japan in from diplomatic cold

Abe hopes Trump meeting will bring Japan in from diplomatic cold

Japan’s PM wants assurance his country won’t be overlooked in any North Korea dealBesieged by cronyism scandals that have prompted speculation he will be out of office by early summer, Japan’s prime