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Trans-Pacific Partnership signed: 'world will be drinking more Australian wine'

Trans-Pacific Partnership signed: 'world will be drinking more Australian wine'

Malcolm Turnbull says preferential treatment for Australian beef exports to Japan is key winPacific nations will be “drinking more Australian wine, eating more Australian beef and using more
'Shocking, incredible': what the experts say about a Trump meeting with Kim

'Shocking, incredible': what the experts say about a Trump meeting with Kim

Donald Trump has accepted an invitation to talks with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un – but what will happen? Donald Trump has agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un before May, a South Korean
Bird's-eye view: penguins take a selfie – video

Bird's-eye view: penguins take a selfie – video

A pair of emperor penguins managed to take a selfie video after an explorer, Eddie Gault, left his camera unattended at the Auster rookery. The rookery is on sea-ice and is sheltered by grounded
North Korea must 'match words with concrete actions', says South – video

North Korea must 'match words with concrete actions', says South – video

South Korea's national security adviser, Chung Eui-yong, says Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un will meet by May this year for denuclearisation talks. He says North Korea's leader indicated he is committed
Party like it’s 2500BC: Stonehenge building secrets unearthed

Party like it’s 2500BC: Stonehenge building secrets unearthed

Construction of stone circle may have been a way of bringing people together to socialiseThe process of building Stonehenge – and having a party at the same time – may have been more important than
Trump kills off steelworker's father during chaotic tariffs announcement – video

Trump kills off steelworker's father during chaotic tariffs announcement – video

The US president signs a proclamation to impose tariffs on some steel and aluminium imports, telling reporters 'we have to do something' to fix a $500bn trade imbalance with China. However, Donald

How International Women's Day was celebrated around the world - video

Millions of women gathered across the world to strike, protest, party and pay tribute to women's achievements to mark International Women’s Day on Thursday. The message was spelt out that much work
Donald Trump signs order for metals tariff plan, prompting fears of trade war

Donald Trump signs order for metals tariff plan, prompting fears of trade war

Trump pushes forward with plan for 25% tariff on imports of steel and a 10% tariff on aluminum, but says exceptions will be madeTrump signs proclamation on metal tariffs - live Donald Trump pushed
Australia can still win exemption on metal tariffs, Trump hints

Australia can still win exemption on metal tariffs, Trump hints

US president says Australia is a ‘great country’ but stops short of saying it will be spared the 25% levyDonald Trump has given his strongest hint yet that Australia will be exempt from US tariffs on
UK to table new offer on post-Brexit powers for Scotland and Wales

UK to table new offer on post-Brexit powers for Scotland and Wales

Edinburgh, Cardiff and London remain deadlocked over EU devolution prior to meeting of three first ministers in LondonThe UK government is to table its new offer on post-Brexit powers for Scotland and
Paul Manafort pleads not guilty to Mueller's fraud charges

Paul Manafort pleads not guilty to Mueller's fraud charges

Former Trump campaign chair appears in court in VirginiaManafort pleads not guilty on separate money-laundering chargesDonald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty on
Saudi Arabia wants more UK trade deals, say crown prince's team

Saudi Arabia wants more UK trade deals, say crown prince's team

Saudi minister said his country could be gateway to new markets in the Middle East and AfricaThe UK should turn to Saudi Arabia for new trade and investment opportunities after Brexit and not a
Can Trump block Twitter users? Judge considers constitutional question

Can Trump block Twitter users? Judge considers constitutional question

Users who were blocked by the president on Twitter say Trump violated their first amendment free speech rightsA federal judge on Thursday expressed skepticism about whether Donald Trump can
Widow of jailed wildlife expert prevented from leaving Iran

Widow of jailed wildlife expert prevented from leaving Iran

Seyed-Emami family were boarding plane to Canada when security forces stopped widowThe widow of an Iranian-Canadian environmentalist who died in a Tehran prison under disputed circumstances has been
International Women’s Day marked by protests and celebrations

International Women’s Day marked by protests and celebrations

Events around the world put spotlight on progress and failings in achieving gender equalityMillions of women gathered across the world to strike, protest and party to mark International Women’s Day on
Yulia Skripal: from suburban Moscow life to nerve agent mystery

Yulia Skripal: from suburban Moscow life to nerve agent mystery

The Moscow estate where the Skripals lived is a long way from Wiltshire – and some locals are tight-lipped about their former neighboursThe skyline of the west Moscow housing estate where Yulia
Danish inventor denies murder of Kim Wall as trial opens

Danish inventor denies murder of Kim Wall as trial opens

Peter Madsen says account of journalist’s death changed because he wanted to spare her relatives ‘grim’ detailsA Danish inventor has denied murdering the Swedish journalist Kim Wall on his homemade
Syria aid deliveries halted amid reports of chemical attacks

Syria aid deliveries halted amid reports of chemical attacks

More than 90 people were killed overnight and dozens more hurt in eastern Ghouta, monitor saysDoctors and rescue workers in the besieged Syrian region of eastern Ghouta have said are struggling to
More than 5m join Spain's 'feminist strike', unions say

More than 5m join Spain's 'feminist strike', unions say

Mayors of Madrid and Barcelona among supporters of walkout on International Women’s Day More than 5 million workers have taken part in Spain’s first nationwide “feminist strike”, according to trade
Ireland's government approves abortion referendum bill

Ireland's government approves abortion referendum bill

Ministers agree wording for vote on repeal of ‘eighth amendment’ which enshrines abortion banThe Irish government has agreed the wording of a national referendum on abortion to be held by the end of