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Jamal Khashoggi: details of alleged Saudi hit squad emerge

Jamal Khashoggi: details of alleged Saudi hit squad emerge

Fifteen-person team linked to disappearance of dissident, Turkish media reportSaudi special forces officers, intelligence officials, national guards and a forensics expert were allegedly among a
Pope Francis compares abortion to hiring a hitman

Pope Francis compares abortion to hiring a hitman

Pope makes one of his harshest criticisms of abortion, telling weekly audience ‘it is not right’In one of his harshest criticisms of abortion, Pope Francis has compared the procedure to “hiring a
'McMafia' law: woman who spent £16m at Harrods is jailed banker's wife

'McMafia' law: woman who spent £16m at Harrods is jailed banker's wife

Zamira Hajiyeva is wife of Azerbaijani banker jailed for defrauding his state-owned bank out of as much as £2.2bnThe woman at the centre of the UK’s first McMafia-style “dirty money” investigation who
Mallorca hit by deadly flash floods – video

Mallorca hit by deadly flash floods – video

Spanish weather forecasters said 20cm (8in) of rain fell in four hours on the island of Mallorca on Tuesday evening. A British couple were feared to be among eight people to have died. They were said
Canada: Trudeau on back foot as frustration builds over PM's climate strategy

Canada: Trudeau on back foot as frustration builds over PM's climate strategy

Several provinces unhappy with PM’s national carbon tax, while green groups oppose government investment in fossil fuels When Justin Trudeau swept into power in 2015, he pledged to make fighting
Illegal crossings at the US-Mexico border – in pictures

Illegal crossings at the US-Mexico border – in pictures

Latin American immigrants trying to cross the US-Mexico border in Texas are often apprehended as soon as they cross. Reuters photographer Adrees Latif spent a week documenting their often futile
Mallorca floods: UK couple feared to be among at least 10 dead

Mallorca floods: UK couple feared to be among at least 10 dead

British couple reported to have drowned in taxi as town was engulfed in heavy rainAt least 10 people, including two Britons, have been killed after torrential rain caused flash flooding on the Spanish
Super-rich passport schemes open door to criminals, activists say

Super-rich passport schemes open door to criminals, activists say

Call for Europe’s ‘golden visa’ schemes to have higher standards of due diligenceEuropean governments have been accused of opening the door to criminals through lax sales of passports and visas to the
Brazil battles fake news 'tsunami' amid polarized presidential election

Brazil battles fake news 'tsunami' amid polarized presidential election

Electoral court orders Facebook to remove links to 33 fake news stories targeting Fernando Haddad’s vice-presidential candidateAs Brazil nears the climax of its bitterest and most polarized election
From The Castle to the bench: Constantinos Kilias named a new magistrate

From The Castle to the bench: Constantinos Kilias named a new magistrate

Long-time barrister and actor who played Darryl Kerrigan’s neighbour appointed to Victorian courtConstantinos Kilias is no stranger to epic legal battles.The Greek Australian actor, also known as
Hungary's homeless fear they are Viktor Orbán's next target

Hungary's homeless fear they are Viktor Orbán's next target

A ban on street sleeping from the rightwing government comes into force next weekMany countries have struggled to deal with the issue of homelessness but Hungary may be the first to put a
Viktoria Marinova: man arrested in Germany over Bulgarian journalist murder

Viktoria Marinova: man arrested in Germany over Bulgarian journalist murder

Marinova’s body was found in a park in the Bulgarian border town of Ruse on SaturdayA man has been arrested over the rape and murder of the journalist Victoria Marinova, Bulgarian authorities have
Hellfire: this is what our future looks like under climate change

Hellfire: this is what our future looks like under climate change

Forest fires and air that seems to combust: thanks to climate change, more parts of the world will soon be ablaze. California shows us what will happen when it does Continue reading...
While my island nation sinks, Australia is doing nothing to solve climate change | Anote Tong

While my island nation sinks, Australia is doing nothing to solve climate change | Anote Tong

The inaction and recalcitrance of Australia’s federal politicians is making Kiribati despairA new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change paints a picture of what the world will look
Chinese authorities launch 'anti-halal' crackdown in Xinjiang

Chinese authorities launch 'anti-halal' crackdown in Xinjiang

Party officials also urged government officers to speak Mandarin at work and in publicAuthorities in Xinjiang have launched a campaign against the “spread of halal”, claiming the growing number of
MSF says Peter Dutton wrong to claim it wasn't contracted to treat Nauru refugees

MSF says Peter Dutton wrong to claim it wasn't contracted to treat Nauru refugees

Médecins Sans Frontières contradicts minister as he bats away questions on asylum seeker mental health crisisThe home affairs minister, Peter Dutton, has sought to bat away questions about the mental
Uruguay's pioneering abortion laws changed lives – yet stigma lingers | Elizabeth Sulis Kim

Uruguay's pioneering abortion laws changed lives – yet stigma lingers | Elizabeth Sulis Kim

The country has much to celebrate as Latin America’s most progressive on reproductive rights, but the process of getting a termination can still be long and stressfulJuana Fernandez* was a university
Dave Sharma says Liberals 'doing enough' on climate after Hewson attack

Dave Sharma says Liberals 'doing enough' on climate after Hewson attack

The Wentworth candidate rejects former leader’s view that party’s policy on emissions is inadequateThe Liberal candidate for Wentworth, Dave Sharma, said his party is “doing enough” and has “a good
The one good thing about Brexit? Leaving the EU’s disgraceful farming system | George Monbiot

The one good thing about Brexit? Leaving the EU’s disgraceful farming system | George Monbiot

The government’s plans are an improvement, but still fatally flawed. We need a proper agriculture debateI’m a remainer, but there’s one result of Brexit I can’t wait to see: leaving the EU’s common
How to grapple with soaring world population? An answer from down south

How to grapple with soaring world population? An answer from down south

Botswana has one of the fastest falling fertility rates. As global population expands, there are lessons to be learned At the end of a dusty road in the southern African hinterland sits a small