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Multiple failures in care of autistic woman hit by lorry, inquest finds

Multiple failures in care of autistic woman hit by lorry, inquest finds

Coroner in Bedfordshire says death of Colette McCulloch was an ‘avoidable tragedy’An inquest into the death of an autistic woman who was killed after being hit by a lorry has found multiple failures
Celebrating Purim in Manchester – in pictures

Celebrating Purim in Manchester – in pictures

Orthodox Jewish children in fancy dress and adults take to the streets of Broughton in Greater Manchester to celebrate the annual feast of Purim, celebrated by Jewish communities around the world with
Labor pledges $60m to divert vulnerable borrowers from payday lenders

Labor pledges $60m to divert vulnerable borrowers from payday lenders

Plan would enable 76,800 low-cost loans each year to those in financial hardshipLabor has pledged $60m for financial services that divert vulnerable borrowers from high-interest payday lenders.The
Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords unprotected

Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords unprotected

Company admits to mistake and says it has no evidence of abuse – but the risk was hugeFacebook mistakenly stored “hundreds of millions” of passwords in plaintext, unprotected by any encryption, the
Iraq ferry sinking: more than 90 people drown in Mosul

Iraq ferry sinking: more than 90 people drown in Mosul

Victims were mostly women and children celebrating Kurdish new year, say officials At least 94 people, including 19 children, have drowned after a ferry overloaded with revellers celebrating the
Canada: 'Much more to be told' on Trudeau scandal, says minister who quit

Canada: 'Much more to be told' on Trudeau scandal, says minister who quit

Jane Philpott, who resigned in protest earlier this month, hints at more pain for embattled PM and says Canadians deserve the truth‘He’s not a bad person, but …’ Trudeau turns voters offA Canadian
'We are modern slaves': Mdou Moctar, the Hendrix of the Sahara

'We are modern slaves': Mdou Moctar, the Hendrix of the Sahara

His first guitar was made from wood and bicycle parts and his first songs were shared via Bluetooth in the desert. But the Niger musician has become international – and is taking aim at FranceHow do
John McCain's daughter calls Trump 'a child' in rare public comment

John McCain's daughter calls Trump 'a child' in rare public comment

Bridget McCain responds to Trump’s remarks about her father: ‘You are a child in the most important role the world knows’Follow the latest US politics updates liveJohn McCain’s daughter Bridget hit
UK heading for no-deal Brexit if MPs reject agreement, says Macron – video

UK heading for no-deal Brexit if MPs reject agreement, says Macron – video

The French president has said that if British MPs reject Theresa May's withdrawal deal next week, it will 'guide everybody to a no-deal [Brexit]'. Emmanuel Macron also said the EU and the UK could
Ichiro Suzuki retires to ovation after sparkling 27-year baseball career

Ichiro Suzuki retires to ovation after sparkling 27-year baseball career

Japanese star plays final MLB game in packed Tokyo Dome45-year-old was a 10-time All-Star and fierce competitorIchiro Suzuki was showered with cheers and chants on Thursday night while taking his
'Bad boys of Brexit' were guests at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club

'Bad boys of Brexit' were guests at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club

Arron Banks and Andy Wigmore have drawn the scrutiny of investigators looking into possible Russian interference in the 2016 referendum voteTwo controversial backers of the Brexit movement were guests
The Crossing review – Bai Xue's slowburn gem delivers the goods

The Crossing review – Bai Xue's slowburn gem delivers the goods

This feature debut about a schoolgirl coerced into small-time smuggling is all the more powerful for shunning high drama With this elegantly elliptical arthouse movie, Bai Xue announces herself as a
Brazil’s former president Michel Temer arrested in corruption investigation

Brazil’s former president Michel Temer arrested in corruption investigation

Temer arrested as part of Operation Car Wash, which led to the convictions of numerous members of Brazil’s political eliteBrazil’s former president Michel Temer – who played a key role in the 2016
James Comey says he hopes Trump isn't impeached – as it happened

James Comey says he hopes Trump isn't impeached – as it happened

Comey says Congress should pursue it if the facts are there, but impeachment would ‘deeply fracture our country’Sign up for the US briefing to get a fresh perspective 12.06am GMT Thanks for reading
Kachin women from Myanmar 'raped until they get pregnant' in China

Kachin women from Myanmar 'raped until they get pregnant' in China

Women from Kachin minority are allowed to go home only if they leave baby behind, says HRW report Burmese and Chinese authorities are turning a blind eye to a growing trade in women from Myanmar’s
Cyclone Idai witness describes seeing hundreds of bodies by roadside

Cyclone Idai witness describes seeing hundreds of bodies by roadside

Fears situation far worse than official death toll, as communities ‘totally obliterated’ Entire villages have been destroyed in Mozambique and Zimbabwe and most of their inhabitants swept away, as
UN to explore wave of deaths linked to food aid porridge in Uganda

UN to explore wave of deaths linked to food aid porridge in Uganda

World Food Programme halts distribution of fortified cereal as four people die and hundreds suffer suspected food poisoningThe World Food Programme and Ugandan government have launched an
500 years in 59 seconds: the race to be the world's largest city

500 years in 59 seconds: the race to be the world's largest city

Fascinating interactive graphic shows changes in the globe’s 10 most populous cities from 1500 to 2018This compelling interactive “bar chart race” shows the top 10 most populous cities in the world
Climate change could make insurance too expensive for most people – report

Climate change could make insurance too expensive for most people – report

Munich Re, world’s largest reinsurance firm, warns premium rises could become social issueInsurers have warned that climate change could make cover for ordinary people unaffordable after the world’s
Witness describes flood-hit Mozambique: 'We just saw total devastation'  – audio

Witness describes flood-hit Mozambique: 'We just saw total devastation' – audio

In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, Zimbabwean Graham Taylor has described the ‘total devastation, carnage and deaths’. Taylor was travelling through the flood-hit countryside of Mozambique. ‘As far as