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Ceasefire urged in Coalition's climate and energy wars

Ceasefire urged in Coalition's climate and energy wars

2017 was a standout year for renewables, the Clean Energy Council says as it calls for ‘policy certainty’ in 2018 • Sign up to receive the latest news in Australian politics every weekdayThe emissions
Roseanne cancelled: ABC scraps sitcom after star's 'abhorrent' tweets

Roseanne cancelled: ABC scraps sitcom after star's 'abhorrent' tweets

Network pulls Barr’s revived show and condemns racist tweets towards ex-Obama adviser Valerie JarrettRoseanne Barr’s revived sitcom has been cancelled after she posted a racist and Islamophobic tweet
Varadkar: Northern Irish women may be able to have abortions in republic

Varadkar: Northern Irish women may be able to have abortions in republic

Irish PM says he cannot see why women would be barred from travelling for proceduresWomen from Northern Ireland may be able to have abortions in the Republic of Ireland once new laws are introduced
Canadian restaurant bombing suspects may be man and woman, police say

Canadian restaurant bombing suspects may be man and woman, police say

Police previously said both suspects of the blast that injured 15 were male, but new video evidence suggests one may be femaleOne of two suspects sought over an explosion that injured 15 people in a
Returning artefacts of empire isn’t so simple | Letters

Returning artefacts of empire isn’t so simple | Letters

Michael Liversidge and Dr Jharna Gourlay respond to David Olusoga’s suggestion that British museums should send back thousands of objects taken from former coloniesAs someone raised in colonial Africa
Donald Trump accuses Mueller team of 'meddling' in midterm elections

Donald Trump accuses Mueller team of 'meddling' in midterm elections

President offers no proof for allegation about special counsel investigators and says Democrats are guilty of ‘collusion’Donald Trump reached for a loaded term on Monday when without offering proof he
Puerto Rico: Thousands more died from hurricane than official toll, study finds

Puerto Rico: Thousands more died from hurricane than official toll, study finds

Estimate of 4,600 deaths in sharp conflict with official toll of 64, and researchers say new evaluation may be an underestimate, tooThe landfall of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico last September led to
Rise in proportion of BAME suspects on Met’s gangs matrix

Rise in proportion of BAME suspects on Met’s gangs matrix

Nearly nine in 10 suspected gang members on police list from minority ethnic groupsThe proportion of suspects on the Metropolitan police’s gangs matrix from minority ethnic groups has increased to
Italy's Mr Scissors gives markets the jitters over fate of the eurozone | Larry Elliott

Italy's Mr Scissors gives markets the jitters over fate of the eurozone | Larry Elliott

The choice of Carlo Cottarelli as Italy’s caretaker prime minister is a massive political gambleCarlo Cottarelli will not be Italy’s first caretaker leader. Nor will he be the first technocrat to take
White House to impose 25% tariff on $50bn worth of Chinese goods

White House to impose 25% tariff on $50bn worth of Chinese goods

Aggressive step in an effort to reduce $337bn US trade deficit Move comes at a sensitive time in US-China relationsThe White House has taken aggressive new steps in its effort to reduce a $337bn trade
Kinder Morgan pipeline: Canadian government to buy project for $4.5bn

Kinder Morgan pipeline: Canadian government to buy project for $4.5bn

Finance minister says ‘this is an investment in Canada’s future’ and says pipeline will and must be builtCanada’s federal government has announced it will buy a controversial pipeline from the Alberta
Paris 'Spider-Man' joins fire brigade after citizenship fast-tracked

Paris 'Spider-Man' joins fire brigade after citizenship fast-tracked

Mamoudou Gassama granted legal status and signs up for €600-a-month internshipMamoudou Gassama, the 22-year-old Malian hailed as a hero in France for saving a child hanging from a balcony, has been
Smoke and fire: Tuesday's best photographs

Smoke and fire: Tuesday's best photographs

Our picture editors choose the best images from the past 24 hours Continue reading...
Cuba calls on US and Canada to investigate 'sonic attack' claims

Cuba calls on US and Canada to investigate 'sonic attack' claims

Luis Velázquez, Cuba’s most senior scientist, says joint inquiry needed to find truth behind alleged attacks on diplomatsThe most senior scientist in Cuba has called on his opposite numbers in the US
Supreme court rejects challenge to controversial Arkansas abortion law

Supreme court rejects challenge to controversial Arkansas abortion law

Critics of the law, which restricts how abortion pills are administered, say it could end medication abortions in the state The supreme court is allowing the state of Arkansas to put in effect
Soros-backed campaign to push for new Brexit vote within a year

Soros-backed campaign to push for new Brexit vote within a year

Billionaire says holding fresh referendum soon could save UK from ‘immense damage’A campaign to secure a second Brexit referendum within a year and save the UK from “immense damage” is to be launched
Abramovich cannot work in UK if he arrives on Israeli passport, No 10 says

Abramovich cannot work in UK if he arrives on Israeli passport, No 10 says

Chelsea FC owner’s previous tier-1 visa was granted before regulations were tightenedRoman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea football club, who has faced difficulties obtaining a new UK visa, will not
Libyan factions agree to hold elections on 10 December

Libyan factions agree to hold elections on 10 December

Key leaders agree at Paris summit to stage ‘credible, peaceful’ pollsThe four key leaders in war-torn Libya have agreed at a summit in Paris to an ambitious, and potentially unrealistic, plan to stage
Liège shooting: gunman kills two police officers and passerby in Belgium – video report

Liège shooting: gunman kills two police officers and passerby in Belgium – video report

A man shot dead two police officers and a passerby in Liège, eastern Belgium, on Tuesday. Witnesses ran for cover on Boulevard d’Avroy in the city centre before police killed the attacker in a
Italy at risk of new financial crisis in wake of coalition's collapse

Italy at risk of new financial crisis in wake of coalition's collapse

Shares in New York and Asia fall sharply as investors and EU politicians take fright at strengthening mood against euroItaly risks careening into a new financial crisis after the Bank of Italy said