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15 Mar 6:27pm New Zealand shooting: suspect appears in court – latest updates
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Prime minister Jacinda Ardern vows to change gun laws in wake of Christchurch shooting
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15 Mar 6:15pm Fraser Anning will soon leave our parliament – but his xenophobic message will not | Amy Remeikis
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His comments about the Christchurch victims are reprehensible – but in our country there will always be another waiting to push discourse to its limit When Fraser Anning
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15 Mar 5:26pm New Zealand shooting: gun laws will change, says Ardern – latest updates
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Suspect had a licence to have a firearm, confirms New Zealand’s prime minister
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15 Mar 4:24pm Brexit: ministers trying to win over DUP in talks on legal guarantees
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Discussions likely to cover role of Northern Ireland assembly if Irish backstop were used The Democratic Unionist party is to continue intensive talks to try to reach an agreement to allow it to back Theresa May’s
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15 Mar 3:07pm New Zealand felt removed from the global voices of hatred. No longer | Elle Hunt
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The Christchurch mosque attacks have challenged the complacency of the ‘Kiwi way’New Zealand has never been the perfect country you might imagine from afar, from the quirky stories about lovelorn gannets and
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15 Mar 11:54am Algeria protests grow as elite distances itself from ailing president
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Senior figures in ruling FLN show signs of backing demands for Bouteflika to step down Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have protested across Algeria for a fourth consecutive Friday, as the country’s political elite began distancing themselves from the ailing 82-year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Despite a heavy police presence, huge crowds marched through the capital, Algiers,the capital, calling on Bouteflika to step down after two decades in power.
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15 Mar 10:08am Fury as Australian senator blames Christchurch attack on Muslim immigration
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Politicians rebuke Fraser Anning over comments after New Zealand mosque attack
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15 Mar 7:24am Christchurch shooting: 49 dead in terror attack at two mosques – live updates
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Three in custody over mass shootings that also left 20 people seriously injured
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15 Mar 7:23am George Monbiot and young climate activists answer your questions – live
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Activists are online with our columnist to answer your questions and discuss the movement now!
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15 Mar 7:22am My therapist will be working overtime on Brexit when I see her | John Crace
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But at least Piers Morgan has done my mental health a favour by blocking me on Twitter An email arrives from Spurs saying the new stadium is all but complete and the first Premier League game will be played in April. At last.
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15 Mar 7:21am Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change – live
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Young people, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change – follow live updates
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15 Mar 6:51am Lidington insists cabinet united despite some voting against Brexit delay
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Eight senior ministers went against government motion to extend article 50
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15 Mar 6:20am UK charity knew of alleged abuse in Congo parks but did not act
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Wildlife trust that funded ‘eco-guards’ at the centre of rights abuse claims comes under scrutiny over failure to alert charities’ watchdog A British charity set up to fund conservation parks in the Congo basin knew about allegations that tribal people were being abused by park guards but failed to alert the charities’ watchdog, the Guardian can reveal. Last week, WWF
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15 Mar 5:24am Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change – live
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Young people, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change – follow live updates
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15 Mar 5:22am Christchurch shooting: 49 dead in terrorist attack at two mosques – live updates
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Three in custody over mass shootings that also left 20 people seriously injured
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15 Mar 4:30am Red Nose Day will raise millions, but ‘white saviours’ don’t help Africa | Amanda Khozi Mukwashi
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As a leader in the aid sector I accept it has perpetuated problematic myths. Celebrity hugs won’t solve global inequality Tonight will see Comic Relief raise millions, which will go towards poverty alleviation around the world. As the chief executive of Christian Aid, there aren’t many people more in favour of helping the world’s most marginalised groups than me. But as a black African woman, I regularly have to face up to the challenges highlighted in the recent exchange between
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15 Mar 4:18am Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change – live
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Young people, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change – follow live updates
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15 Mar 4:00am Glastonbury 2019: Killers and the Cure announced as final headliners
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US rockers and goth indie heroes take main-stage honours alongside Stormzy, while Janet Jackson confirms first UK show in years
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15 Mar 3:00am Harvie and the Magic Museum review – lacklustre animation
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The derivative, hyperactive tale of a boy who brings a collection of dusty puppets to life is marred by gender stereotyping Here’s a chaotic and very average family animation from the Czech Republic, plasticky looking and blandly dubbed. It’s about a kid who brings the puppets in a dusty old museum to life and inadvertently resurrects the evil puppet-master, Bastor, who centuries ago armoured himself with bits of his creations. Like Bastor, the movie feels Frankensteined from dozens of others you’ve already seen. What it lacks in originality it makes up for in hyperactive energy and a blathery message to boys about leadership. The moral to girls is more depressing, since Harvie’s female sidekick spends most of the movie looking scared and shouting: “Careful!”
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15 Mar 12:24am Christchurch shooting: multiple fatalities after mass shooting at two mosques – live updates
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Centre of New Zealand city locked down as police arrest one man
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15 Mar 12:22am Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change – live
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Young people, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change – follow live updates
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15 Mar 12:11am Jacinda Ardern condemns Christchurch mosque shootings – video
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The New Zealand prime minister has responded to the shootings at mosques in Christchurch that have left many people dead. Jacinda Ardern said it was 'one of New Zealand’s darkest days' and many of the victims had chosen to make New Zealand their home. 'They are us,' she said. 'The person who has perpetuated this violence against us is not ... There is no place in New Zealand for such acts of extreme and unprecedented violence.'  
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14 Mar 11:25pm Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change – live
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Young people, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change – follow live updates
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14 Mar 11:23pm Christchurch shooting: multiple fatalities after mass shooting at two mosques – live updates
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Centre of New Zealand city locked down as police search for gunman
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14 Mar 10:24pm Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change - live
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Young people around the world, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change - follow live updates
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14 Mar 10:24pm Christchurch shooting: reports of multiple casualties after shooting at mosque – live updates
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Centre of New Zealand city locked down and police investigate explosives in crashed car
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14 Mar 9:17pm Climate strikes: students around the world walk out to demand change - live
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Young people around the world, inspired by Greta Thunberg, rally to press politicians to act on climate change - follow live updates
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