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Justin Trudeau 'does not remember' groping reporter at festival

Justin Trudeau 'does not remember' groping reporter at festival

Canadian PM responds to allegation he groped journalist at event in 2000Justin Trudeau has publicly addressed allegations that he groped a reporter at an event 18 years ago, saying he does not recall
Michael Cohen hints at flipping and says 'first loyalty' is to family – not Trump

Michael Cohen hints at flipping and says 'first loyalty' is to family – not Trump

Fixer says ‘I will not be a punching bag as part of anyone’s defense strategy’ as his lawyer seeks gag order on Stormy Daniels attorneyMichael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, will put
Grenfell inquiry told how 13-metre ladder was used to rescue pair

Grenfell inquiry told how 13-metre ladder was used to rescue pair

More details of evacuation efforts emerge on sixth day of evidence from fire crewsFirefighters rescued two men trapped on the fifth floor of Grenfell Tower by propping a 13.5-metre (45ft) ladder
Trump's EU trade war costing manufacturers in US and eurozone

Trump's EU trade war costing manufacturers in US and eurozone

Tariffs are slowing productivity and driving up costs, new figures showDonald Trump’s trade tariffs are driving up costs for US manufacturers and exacerbating a slowdown for eurozone factories, new
French gang may have used drones before helicopter prison break

French gang may have used drones before helicopter prison break

Authorities suspect gang mounted reconnaissance missions before Rédoine Faïd’s dramatic escape The heavily armed commando gang that helped a notorious gangster escape from a French prison by
Sky presenters sorry, but Leyonhjelm unrepentant for Hanson-Young slur

Sky presenters sorry, but Leyonhjelm unrepentant for Hanson-Young slur

Rowan Dean and Ross Cameron say ‘line was crossed’ in interview with David Leyonhjelm, but senator refuses to back downThe Sky News Outsiders program has apologised live on air for broadcasting
UK's latest Brexit proposal is unrealistic, say EU officials

UK's latest Brexit proposal is unrealistic, say EU officials

EU sources who have seen drafts of white paper say proposals would never be acceptedA draft of Theresa May’s Brexit plan has already been dismissed as unrealistic by senior EU officials, who say the
UK heatwave continues as thunderstorms threaten south-west

UK heatwave continues as thunderstorms threaten south-west

Sunshine forecast for most of country but chance of showers in Devon and CornwallParts of England could be lashed by thunderstorms and heavy rainfall as most of the UK enjoys more sunshine.Heavy
Incredibles 2 powers North American box office to biggest ever quarter

Incredibles 2 powers North American box office to biggest ever quarter

Blockbuster sequels including Avengers: Infinity War and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom have contributed to record-breaking box office figuresThe North American box office achieved record figures over
School-run drivers in Somerset 'targeted with nails in road'

School-run drivers in Somerset 'targeted with nails in road'

Nails and screws found in Somerset cul-de-sac by a driver who believes they were put there deliberatelyPolice are investigating claims that nails and screws are being glued upright in a road to stop
A wild night: Russia win and Moscow parties as never before

A wild night: Russia win and Moscow parties as never before

After Russia stunned Spain at the World Cup its capital was mobbed for a boozy, noisy, carefree night – and police turned a blind eyeJudging by the way Moscow celebrated, Russia have won the World
Nauru blocks ABC from Pacific forum over 'bias and false reporting'

Nauru blocks ABC from Pacific forum over 'bias and false reporting'

ABC says Nauru cannot be allowed to dictate who represents Australian media at September’s forumThe government of Nauru has blocked the ABC from covering the Pacific Islands Forum, refusing to issue
'Bulls in a paddock': China-US struggle damaging to Australia, Andrew Robb warns

'Bulls in a paddock': China-US struggle damaging to Australia, Andrew Robb warns

Former trade minister urges Australia to exercise regional influence independent of the two superpowers The United States is engaged in a “futile and counterproductive” attempt to contain China, and
Amlo wins Mexico election – in pictures

Amlo wins Mexico election – in pictures

Supporters of the Juntos Haremos Historia (Together We Will Make History) presidential candidate, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, – fill Zócalo square in central Mexico City to celebrate his dramatic
After the Aquarius: Spain ill-equipped to deal with new arrivals

After the Aquarius: Spain ill-equipped to deal with new arrivals

Happy scenes in Valencia have been followed by relentless task of coping with new arrivals When it finally crawled into Valencia on a hot Sunday morning two weeks ago, the Aquarius rescue ship and
Spanish chambermaids seek Tripadvisor's help to fight exploitation

Spanish chambermaids seek Tripadvisor's help to fight exploitation

Hotel cleaners opposing wage cuts want booking websites to use their seal of approval Booking platforms such as Tripadvisor face growing pressure to reveal the employment practices of the Spanish
Matt Canavan's optimistic coal forecast contradicts his own department

Matt Canavan's optimistic coal forecast contradicts his own department

Minister says ‘we’d be mad not to’ mine Galilee basin, despite report showing steep price drop from 2020A senior federal minister has claimed new coal export figures strengthen the investment case for
'I will not fail you': Amlo claims historic win in Mexico election – video

'I will not fail you': Amlo claims historic win in Mexico election – video

Thousands of supporters of the leftist presidential candidate, Andrés Manuel López Obrado, poured into Zócalo square in Mexico City on Sunday night to celebrate his election victory. Amlo, as he is
Mexicans celebrate new president: 'We've a chance to feel hope'

Mexicans celebrate new president: 'We've a chance to feel hope'

Flag-waving voters fill streets after López Obrador’s landslide election victoryThey poured on to the streets bearing banners and flags, united in joy and disbelief. Continue reading...
UK ministers to fund Saatchi campaign for Tunisian government

UK ministers to fund Saatchi campaign for Tunisian government

Critics dismiss project as PR campaign designed to support country’s contested policies The British government is paying M&C Saatchi to run a media campaign for the Tunisian government in an