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Canada: hundreds gather at hockey arena to mourn 15 people killed in bus crash – video

A hockey arena became the epicentre of grief for a small Canadian town on Sunday, as friends, relatives and those that housed the young hockey players gathered to mourn 15 people killed after a truck
Hollywood director Taika Waititi says New Zealand is racist

Hollywood director Taika Waititi says New Zealand is racist

Waititi says while his homeland is ‘the best place on the planet’ it was ‘pretty shit growing up poor in the country’Acclaimed Hollywood director Taika Waititi has criticised his home country of New
Syrian airbase near Homs hit by air strikes, state TV says

Syrian airbase near Homs hit by air strikes, state TV says

Pentagon denies it was involved, after Donald Trump said the regime would ‘pay’ for chemical attack on Damascus suburbThe Syrian regime has said one of its airbases had been bombed but it was unclear
Michael Anton, Trump’s national security spokesman, latest to quit White House

Michael Anton, Trump’s national security spokesman, latest to quit White House

Anton’s departure is another in a string of staff changes in the Trump administrationThe spokesman for President Donald Trump’s National Security Council plans to leave the administration, the White
Malcolm Turnbull insists Coalition is still behind him after 30th Newspoll loss

Malcolm Turnbull insists Coalition is still behind him after 30th Newspoll loss

Prime minister regrets Newspoll remark as Bill Shorten attacked by Kevin Rudd over 2010 ‘coup’Malcolm Turnbull has said he still regrets making 30 lost Newspolls the marker to roll Tony Abbott but
Viktor Orbán: re-election of Hungary’s anti-immigrant leader is major challenge for EU

Viktor Orbán: re-election of Hungary’s anti-immigrant leader is major challenge for EU

Brussels now confronting a country at the heart of the continent that is making an exit from the bloc’s liberal values, but continuing to pick up the chequesIt’s a safe bet that few in Brussels are
Australian Cities Week: what it is and how you can get involved

Australian Cities Week: what it is and how you can get involved

In collaboration with Guardian Australia, Guardian Cities is devoting a week to exploring Australian cities – and we want to hear from youSee the entire series hereAustralia’s cities face challenges
Manchester to mark a year since arena attack with singalong

Manchester to mark a year since arena attack with singalong

Council calls for city’s choirs to join event to commemorate those killed in terrorist bombing Manchester council has called for choirs across the city to come together for a singalong to mark the
Hungary's Viktor Orbán secures another term with resounding win

Hungary's Viktor Orbán secures another term with resounding win

Orbán and his Fidesz party projected to take 133 seats with 93% of votes counted, after a heavily anti-migration campaign Hungary’s anti-migration prime minister, Viktor Orbán, has secured a third
Canada bus crash: father finds son standing amid 'devastating sight'

Canada bus crash: father finds son standing amid 'devastating sight'

Crash that left 15 people dead and more than a dozen injured plunges hockey-crazed Canada into shock and mourningWhen Myles Shumlanski picked up his phone late on Friday afternoon, his son’s voice –
Florida school shooting survivors release 'cathartic' memorial magazine

Florida school shooting survivors release 'cathartic' memorial magazine

Eagle Eye supervisor says writers of profiles of 17 teens and teachers who died ‘wanted to capture the essence of who each person was’Jaime Guttenberg dancing. Swim captain Nicholas Dworet mid-stroke
North Korea will discuss denuclearization, US official says

North Korea will discuss denuclearization, US official says

US official: Kim Jong-un willing to talk about nuclear weaponsNo date set yet for face-to-face meeting with Donald TrumpNorth Korea has told the US for the first time it is prepared to discuss the
Trump: 'big price to pay' for Syria chemical weapons attack

Trump: 'big price to pay' for Syria chemical weapons attack

UK and France call for UN security council meetingAnalysis: Syria will see US strike as a price worth payingDonald Trump warned there will be a “big price to pay” for a chemical strike in a rebel-held
Hungary election: Victor Orbán expected to win third term - live updates

Hungary election: Victor Orbán expected to win third term - live updates

Follow the latest developments as prime minister’s Fidesz party hopes for victory after anti-immigration campaign 7.17pm BST A spokesman for Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party has said it is unlikely to
Legal experts suggest design for federal anti-corruption commission

Legal experts suggest design for federal anti-corruption commission

Move will intensify pressure on Turnbull government to make its stand clear on the proposed bodyA panel of legal experts has released a design for a national integrity commission with far-reaching
New York Times editor says Trump attacks on press are out of control

New York Times editor says Trump attacks on press are out of control

Trump on Washington Post: ‘story after story is made up garbage’Dean Baquet: Times and Post will ‘fight to the death on daily stories’Donald Trump’s attacks on the press are “out of control” and
Hungary goes to polls amid escalating anti-migrant rhetoric

Hungary goes to polls amid escalating anti-migrant rhetoric

Prime minister Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party expected to win majority on back of populist agenda despite number of corruption scandalsVoting is over in Hungary, where the prime minister, Viktor Orbán,
Chief ICC lawyer calls for end to violence along Gaza border

Chief ICC lawyer calls for end to violence along Gaza border

Lead prosecutor warns attacks affecting civilians could be unlawful under international criminal court treatyThe chief prosecutor of the international criminal court has called for an end to violence
Knife crime demands joined-up thinking from the authorities | Letters

Knife crime demands joined-up thinking from the authorities | Letters

Spending more on youth services, crime prevention and community policing worked in Glasgow, readers point out. But other factors also need to be taken into accountIn the face of the tragic and
Syria will see US price for chemical attack as worth paying | Patrick Wintour

Syria will see US price for chemical attack as worth paying | Patrick Wintour

Whether Trump opts for single retaliatory act or wider response, Assad will think he is winningDonald Trump’s Twitter warning that a big, albeit unspecified, price will be paid for Bashar al-Assad’s