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Where's the diversity among charity trustees, asks critical report

Where's the diversity among charity trustees, asks critical report

Study in England and Wales reveals senior leadership of organisations such as Oxfam and Save the Children is significantly less diverse than FTSE 100 firmsThe largest charities in England and Wales
North Korea: Trump says he will leave Kim summit if it isn't 'fruitful'

North Korea: Trump says he will leave Kim summit if it isn't 'fruitful'

President says he is prepared to abandon plans Trump says he wants to get Mueller inquiry ‘over with’Donald Trump has pledged to meet the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, “in the coming weeks” but
Southwest explosion: aviation authority orders mass engine inspections

Southwest explosion: aviation authority orders mass engine inspections

Directive requires ultrasonic inspection of fan blades on CFM56-7B engines that accrued certain number of flightsThe US Federal Aviation Administration has ordered the inspection of 220 jet engines
Woman dies after car crashes into house in Somerset

Woman dies after car crashes into house in Somerset

Man and woman arrested and neighbours evacuated after incident in ClevedonA woman has died after a car crashed into a house in Somerset. Neighbours were evacuated because of concerns that a gas pipe
'Haifa is essentially segregated': cracks appear in Israel's capital of coexistence

'Haifa is essentially segregated': cracks appear in Israel's capital of coexistence

For decades, Haifa has been Israel’s model of what a ‘mixed’ Jewish-Arab city could be. But as the country’s 70th anniversary nears, the strain is showingBen-Gurion Boulevard climbs from the bustling
Bill Shorten calls for suspension of live sheep exports

Bill Shorten calls for suspension of live sheep exports

Labor leader says that ‘only a monster’ would think live export industry should be unchangedBill Shorten has demanded a suspension of shipments of live sheep during the northern summer and blasted the
Man believed to be the world's oldest dies in Chile aged 121

Man believed to be the world's oldest dies in Chile aged 121

Celino Villanueva Jaramillo, thought to have been born in 1896, died in hospital after puncturing his lung falling out of bedA Chilean man believed to be the world’s oldest person has died in hospital
Don’t be fooled by Emmanuel Macron the ‘moderate’ | Owen Jones

Don’t be fooled by Emmanuel Macron the ‘moderate’ | Owen Jones

The French president is hailed as a centrist saviour, a bulwark against extremes – even as he taxes the wealthy, attacks workers’ rights and demonises refugeesThe world has gone mad, the fanatics of
Family of Afghan man tortured by CIA demands US reveal location of his body

Family of Afghan man tortured by CIA demands US reveal location of his body

Gul Rahman was killed in a secret CIA interrogation facility where he endured being doused with frigid water and shackled naked It took almost 15 years for Gul Rahman’s family to receive a direct
Island of no return: Vanuatu evacuates entire population of volcanic Ambae

Island of no return: Vanuatu evacuates entire population of volcanic Ambae

Thousands of south Pacific islanders will leave for permanent resettlement, government says, as Manaro spews ash 30cm deepThousands of south Pacific islanders at the mercy of an active volcano will be
Miguel Díaz-Canel: Cuba selects first non-Castro president in 60 years

Miguel Díaz-Canel: Cuba selects first non-Castro president in 60 years

Díaz-Canel’s transition aims to ensure the country’s single-party system outlasts the ageing men who created itThe Cuban government has selected the country’s 57-year-old first vice-president, Miguel
'Taste the difference': Farm-to-fork movement takes off in urban Flanders

'Taste the difference': Farm-to-fork movement takes off in urban Flanders

The densely populated area of Belgium is seeing a mini-boom in model of farming where growers sell direct to consumers Continue reading...
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan: a dictator in all but name seeks complete control | Simon Tisdall

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan: a dictator in all but name seeks complete control | Simon Tisdall

Turkey’s president is unlikely to lose an election that will make him more powerful than AtatürkRecep Tayyip Erdoğan is one of a crop of present-day political leaders who value the respectability an

Trump: Mueller and Rosenstein are 'still here' – video

Speaking to the media in Florida, Donald Trump passes up a chance to say whether he will fire special counsel Robert Mueller and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. Trump says there's been
Hans Asperger aided and supported Nazi programme, study says

Hans Asperger aided and supported Nazi programme, study says

Eight-year study finds pioneer of paediatrics assisted in Third Reich’s ‘euthanasia’ programmeThe Austrian doctor after whom Asperger syndrome is named was an active participant in the Nazi regime,
Rodrigo Duterte says he personally ordered arrest of Australian nun

Rodrigo Duterte says he personally ordered arrest of Australian nun

Philippine president tells soldiers he had Sister Patricia Fox, 71, detained after she insulted him • Sign up to receive the top stories every morningThe president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte,
Cosby trial: defense witness says main accuser discussed framing celebrity

Cosby trial: defense witness says main accuser discussed framing celebrity

Marguerite Jackson says Andrea Constand once told her she could invent sexual assault allegations to ‘get money’ in a lawsuit Bill Cosby’s key defense witness gave a devastating account on Wednesday
Michael McCormack talks health and education as Nationals turn page on Joyce

Michael McCormack talks health and education as Nationals turn page on Joyce

Acting PM aims to entice doctors and teachers to regions without changing Coalition policies • Sign up to receive the top stories every morningAustralia’s acting prime minister, Michael McCormack,
Jacinda Ardern and Justin Trudeau talk to young Londoners – video

Jacinda Ardern and Justin Trudeau talk to young Londoners – video

Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand and Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, join London mayor Sadiq Khan to take questions on gender equality from young Londoners. In a Q&A
Three Kansas men convicted over mass 'slaughter' plot targeting Muslims

Three Kansas men convicted over mass 'slaughter' plot targeting Muslims

Militia members plotted to blow up mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees in order to ‘wake people up’ Three members of a Kansas militia with a hatred of Muslim immigrants have been