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Kelly O'Dwyer forced to admit banks royal commission was needed

Kelly O'Dwyer forced to admit banks royal commission was needed

Finance minister defends delay in calling inquiry, saying it was a ‘sober and deliberate’ decision • Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noonKelly O’Dwyer has been forced to
Bug appetite: German supermarket sells burgers made from worms

Bug appetite: German supermarket sells burgers made from worms

Burgers’ maker says key is creating ‘aesthetic product that looks good and doesn’t show any insects’Supermarket shoppers in the western German city of Aachen have stepped out of their comfort zone to
‘Everyone is following it’: millions gripped by Kim Wall murder trial as verdict nears

‘Everyone is following it’: millions gripped by Kim Wall murder trial as verdict nears

Submarine builder Peter Madsen Googled ‘beheading’ and ‘girl’ the night before cutting off journalist’s head, Danish court is toldJust a few hours before embarking on his fateful submarine trip with
Mozambique prays for rain as water shortages hit country’s poor

Mozambique prays for rain as water shortages hit country’s poor

Taps in capital city of Maputo being turned off every other day as climate change exacerbates southern African droughtIn the township of Chamanculo, in Maputo, Mozambique, a network of household taps
In the 25 years since Stephen Lawrence’s death, has Eltham changed?

In the 25 years since Stephen Lawrence’s death, has Eltham changed?

Residents of the estate near where the teenager died discuss the legacy of a brutal killing that forced the UK to rethink its attitudes to raceCheryl Clarke is still seething that Stephen Lawrence was
The monks, the Dachau survivors and the concert that heralded freedom

The monks, the Dachau survivors and the concert that heralded freedom

On the anniversary of the camp’s liberation, the forgotten story of escaped prisoners who set up a Jewish hospital in a Bavarian monastery has been championed by one Benedictine monkThe monastery of
Kaiser: The Greatest Footballer Never to Play Football review – meet the Brazilian Mr Ripley

Kaiser: The Greatest Footballer Never to Play Football review – meet the Brazilian Mr Ripley

This gripping documentary tells an almost unbelievable tale about a man who conned club after club into funding his lifestyle as a football star in Rio• Sign up for Film Today and get our film team’s
Verne Troyer, actor who was Mini-Me in Austin Powers films, dies aged 49

Verne Troyer, actor who was Mini-Me in Austin Powers films, dies aged 49

Family announces death on social media sitesStatement: ‘Verne was an extremely caring individual’The actor Verne Troyer has died, according to a statement posted to his social media pages on Saturday.
Sharks, zealots and the apocalypse: welcome to Steve Bannon’s movie world

Sharks, zealots and the apocalypse: welcome to Steve Bannon’s movie world

A new exhibition in Rotterdam uses the films of Trump’s former right-hand man to examine the visual art of propagandaMost recognise him as the dishevelled former Breitbart News boss who ran the
Fragile and under pressure, but Kim Jong-un won’t give up

Fragile and under pressure, but Kim Jong-un won’t give up

North Korean leader’s surprise freeze should be seen more as diplomatic manoeuvre than step towards giving up warheadsRockets, satellites, missiles and atoms pepper the landscape in Pyongyang. They
Psychologists in John Worboys case under fire over ‘low risk’ claim

Psychologists in John Worboys case under fire over ‘low risk’ claim

Public protection experts attack view that sex attacker’s denials and absence of remorse make him less likely to re-offendPublic protection experts have criticised two psychologists who backed the
Murdered Palestinian engineer was ‘senior member’ of Hamas

Murdered Palestinian engineer was ‘senior member’ of Hamas

Relatives of Fadi al-Batsh, who was shot dead in Malaysia, suspect Israel of targeting himGaza’s ruling Hamas militant group has said that a man who was gunned down in Malaysia on Saturday was a key
Colin Kaepernick honored by Amnesty International for peaceful protest

Colin Kaepernick honored by Amnesty International for peaceful protest

Organization gives former San Francisco 49ers star ambassador of conscience award for kneeling at games to protest racial inequalityAmnesty International on Saturday honored Colin Kaepernick with its
Soviet film posters of the 50s and 60s – in pictures

Soviet film posters of the 50s and 60s – in pictures

After the break-up of the USSR in 1991, many artefacts associated with Soviet life – from posters to gadgets – were discarded, destined to be forgotten. Founded in 2012, the Moscow Design Museum
Trump attacks New York Times journalist over Michael Cohen article

Trump attacks New York Times journalist over Michael Cohen article

Trump lashed out on Twitter after Maggie Haberman contributed to a story suggesting Cohen might cooperate with federal investigatorsDonald Trump lashed out on Saturday at the New York Times journalist
Man arrested after 20-year-old stabbed to death in Finsbury Park

Man arrested after 20-year-old stabbed to death in Finsbury Park

Suspect was found stabbed nearby and taken into custody after hospital treatment, while other stabbings and arrests take place around capitalA man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a
Melania Trump, Clintons and Obamas attend funeral of Barbara Bush

Melania Trump, Clintons and Obamas attend funeral of Barbara Bush

Donald Trump watches service from ‘Southern White House’Jeb Bush, former Florida governor, delivers moving eulogyAround 1,500 guests attended the largest Episcopal church in the US on Saturday, for
Trump praises North Korea's 'progress' as expert warns against optimism

Trump praises North Korea's 'progress' as expert warns against optimism

Korean-American expert says Pyongyang’s suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests are ‘not a denuclearization statement’Donald Trump has saluted Pyongyang’s suspension of nuclear and
More young people are pro-choice – proof that progress is winning (or will)

More young people are pro-choice – proof that progress is winning (or will)

Two-thirds of young people think abortion should be legal in all or most cases – a glimmer of good news in a time of few winsThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world
India to introduce death penalty for child rapists

India to introduce death penalty for child rapists

Prime minister approves executive order, which will apply to anyone convicted of raping a child under age of 12 India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, will introduce the death penalty for rapists of