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'Bad trip': air force members guarding nuclear missiles took LSD, records show

'Bad trip': air force members guarding nuclear missiles took LSD, records show

Fourteen airmen were disciplined, of whom six were convicted in courts martial of LSD use or distribution or bothOne airman said he felt paranoia. Another marveled at the vibrant colors. A third
Is Italy's government on a collision course with the EU?

Is Italy's government on a collision course with the EU?

Brussels has shown concern about the rhetoric of M5S and League, but the ragtag coalition has domestic worries of its ownItaly’s unlikely new coalition partners, the anti-establishment Five Star
Zuckerberg set up fraudulent scheme to 'weaponise' data, court case alleges

Zuckerberg set up fraudulent scheme to 'weaponise' data, court case alleges

Facebook CEO exploited ability to access data from any user’s friend network, US case claimsMark Zuckerberg faces allegations that he developed a “malicious and fraudulent scheme” to exploit vast
Quiz: Who said it - Donald Trump or Elon Musk?

Quiz: Who said it - Donald Trump or Elon Musk?

Can you match these quotes to the man who said them – the president of the US, or the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla?One is an isolated cartoon supervillain-style billionaire figure making increasingly grand
My parents and ‘middle Ireland’ could decide Ireland’s abortion vote | Una Mullally

My parents and ‘middle Ireland’ could decide Ireland’s abortion vote | Una Mullally

Older Catholics disilllusioned by the church’s dogmatism hold the key to Friday’s referendum. They know times have changedWhen Irish people vote in Friday’s referendum on whether to repeal the
Boris Johnson pranked in phone call by Russian posing as Armenian PM – video

Boris Johnson pranked in phone call by Russian posing as Armenian PM – video

A Russian prankster duo, Alexei Stolyarov and Vladimir Kuznetsov, known by their monikers Lexus and Vovan, appear to have gained access to the UK foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, in an 18-minute
Women saved from Boko Haram claim soldiers made them trade sex for food

Women saved from Boko Haram claim soldiers made them trade sex for food

Amnesty investigation alleges ‘horrendous abuse’ by Nigerian military in camps where thousands reportedly died of hunger Thousands of women and girls who believed they were being led to safety from
Coalition comes out firing in super Saturday byelection gunfight | Katharine Murphy

Coalition comes out firing in super Saturday byelection gunfight | Katharine Murphy

Putting the vote on the date of the Labor conference may be trolling-by-scheduling, but Shorten could well be relieved • Sign up to receive the latest news in Australian politics every weekdayIt
Tall stories: the weird world of Hong Kong's rooftops – in pictures

Tall stories: the weird world of Hong Kong's rooftops – in pictures

From badminton to bonsai pruning to a precarious nap, it’s all going on high above the packed streets of Kowloon, Hong Kong. This series by Romain Jacquet-Lagrèz is a record of life in one of the
MH17 downed by Russian military missile system, say investigators

MH17 downed by Russian military missile system, say investigators

International team says evidence shows missile came from a Russia-based unitA Russian military missile was responsible for shooting down flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014, an international team
Grenfell inquiry: tributes to victims continue for fourth day - live

Grenfell inquiry: tributes to victims continue for fourth day - live

Commemorations continue to be paid to the 72 people who lost their lives in the fire last JunePortraits of all those who died in Grenfell Fire 12.44pm BST The inquiry has now adjourned for lunch and
Public patients waiting twice as long for elective surgery, hospitals data reveals

Public patients waiting twice as long for elective surgery, hospitals data reveals

Report finds Australians using private hospitals less while admissions to public hospitals are risingEight per cent of public hospital admissions for surgery and 18% of emergency department admissions
Stop Brexit blather and face reality on trade, says ex-EU ambassador

Stop Brexit blather and face reality on trade, says ex-EU ambassador

UK’s former chief EU diplomat Sir Ivan Rogers takes aim at PM’s Brexit strategy in speechBritain must face reality on post-Brexit trade rather than continue the “buccaneering blather” of hard
Australian woman sentenced to death for drug offences in Malaysia

Australian woman sentenced to death for drug offences in Malaysia

Judges overturn earlier acquittal of Maria Elvira Pinto Exposto, 54, from Sydney An Australian woman has been sentenced to death in Malaysia after a court of appeal found her guilty of smuggling
Nurse who saved for Africa clinic left in limbo after US Customs seized $41,377

Nurse who saved for Africa clinic left in limbo after US Customs seized $41,377

A Texas nurse sued US Customs for seizing her money at the airport and then demanding that she waive rights to get it backAnthonia Nwaorie was only a few metres from boarding a plane when customs
'They're everywhere': has the decline of the seal hunt saved the polar bear?

'They're everywhere': has the decline of the seal hunt saved the polar bear?

Despite vanishing sea ice and shorter winters, Labrador’s polar bear population is among the healthiest in the world – and it could be thanks to the harp sealsGuido Rich, 28, an Inuit hunter from
'A ticket to the next life': the lavish Buddhist dog funerals of Bangkok

'A ticket to the next life': the lavish Buddhist dog funerals of Bangkok

Full funeral rites from the monks of Bangkok’s Wat Krathum Suea Pla temple used to be for humans only – until a new and lucrative market emerged Fou Fou always liked the good things in life. The
Mambas, medicine and one girl's race to survive Kenya's biting problem | Rebecca Ratcliffe

Mambas, medicine and one girl's race to survive Kenya's biting problem | Rebecca Ratcliffe

In a country where snakebite treatment is costly, hard to come by and often inadequate, Rashid Chiti feared the worst when his daughter was bitten by a black mamba. Now the World Health Assembly is
Hawaii volcano: blue flames burn in streets as methane escapes – video

Hawaii volcano: blue flames burn in streets as methane escapes – video

Blue flames from burning methane is the latest natural phenomenon being seen at the eruption of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. The flames can be seen spouting from cracks in the pavement in the
Right to see Donald Trump's tweets gets judge's backing – video

Right to see Donald Trump's tweets gets judge's backing – video

A New York judge has ruled that Donald Trump's Twitter feed is a 'public forum' and anyone blocked from the account has had their first amendment rights violated. The case was brought forward by the