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world Malcolm Turnbull expected to get Stuart Robert report this afternoon politics live

Warren Truss is set to announce his retirement from politics with Barnaby Joyce the frontrunner to take over. On a busy day, the prime minister is also expected to receive the Parkinson review into whether Stuart Robert breached the ministerial code. All the developments from Canberra, live 2.11am GMT

8 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Tamir Rice: City bills family for medical services after police officer killed child

Cleveland city attorneys filed a claim against the 12-year-olds estate alleging that the family owes $500 for an unpaid EMS bill from the boys deathThe city of Cleveland wants the family of Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old boy killed by police, to pay hundreds of dollars to the government to cover emergency medical services for the childs last dying expense, according to

13 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Australian deputy prime minister announces retirement

Australias deputy prime minister has announced he plans to retire, with the prime minister likely to announce a cabinet reshuffle before elections due this year.

15 minutes ago // ABC

world Concern Over Health of Guantanamo Prisoner in 9/11 Case

Amnesty International says it is concerned about the health of one of the five prisoners at Guantanamo who have been charged in the Sept. 11, 2001, attack

18 minutes ago // VOA

world Lessons Learned From Ebola Might Help Fight Zika

Now that the Ebola epidemic has ended in West Africa, Zika has the world's focus. And, as Carol Pearson reports, health experts and governments are applying some of the lessons learned during the Ebola crisis in Africa to fight the Zika virus in Latin America and the Caribbean.

20 minutes ago // ABC

world Seoul: N. Korean Leader Kim Had His Military Chief Executed

South Korea says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had his military chief executed for corruption

23 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world New Study Links Zika Virus to Microcephaly

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine provides new evidence of a link between the Zika virus and a serious birth defect known as microcephaly.

26 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world As Oil Profits Plunge, Gulf Regimes Weigh the Unmentionable: Taxes

With the plunge in oil prices, governments from Riyadh to Muscat are reassessing their light-touch tax regimes as they search of fresh sources of income to pay for trophy projects and meet the demands of their populations.

28 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Trapped between airstrikes and locked gate, Syrian refugees are pawns in a wider war

Turkey has refused to open its borders to avoid contributing to what it calls ethnic cleansing.

29 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Malcolm Turnbull expected to get Stuart Robert report this afternoon politics live

Warren Truss is set to announce his retirement from politics with Barnaby Joyce the frontrunner to take over. On a busy day, the prime minister is also expected to receive the Parkinson review into whether Stuart Robert breached the ministerial code. All the developments from Canberra, live 1.48am GMT Truss ends thus, with an interesting observation and in characteris

29 minutes ago // New York Times

world Russian Intervention in Syrian War Has Sharply Reduced U.S. Options

Russian military action has changed the shape of a conflict that had effectively been stalemated for years, and suddenly, President Bashar al-Assad of Syria and his allies have momentum.

30 minutes ago // BBC

world Former Auschwitz guard faces trial

A 94-year former Nazi SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp in Poland is to go on trial in Germany over the murder of at least 170,000 people.

31 minutes ago // ABC

world Australian Deputy Prime Minister Announces Retirement

Australia's deputy prime minister has announced he plans to retire, with the prime minister likely to announce a cabinet reshuffle before elections due this year

34 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world New Study Links Zika Virus to Microcephaly

A study published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine provides new evidence of a link between the Zika virus and a serious birth defect known as microcephaly.

35 minutes ago // CBS

world Ohio Gov. John Kasich gets bill to defund Planned Parenthood

Final passage of the Ohio bill comes a day after the N.H. primary, where Kasich surged to second-place finish

37 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Malcolm Turnbull expected to get Stuart Robert report this afternoon politics live

Warren Truss is set to announce his retirement from politics with Barnaby Joyce the frontrunner to take over. On a busy day, the prime minister is also expected to receive the Parkinson review into whether Stuart Robert breached the ministerial code. All the developments from Canberra, live 1.40am GMT Truss says hed like to be here for the opening of the second air

42 minutes ago // BBC

world Labour MP sorry for Tunbridge map slip

Labour's local government spokesman acknowledges he "made a slip" when he suggested Tunbridge Wells was in Surrey rather than Kent.

47 minutes ago // BBC

world Aleppo fighting 'displaces 50,000'

Fighting in Syria's Aleppo province has displaced about 50,000 people and the humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly, the Red Cross says.

48 minutes ago // CBS

world Carly Fiorina suspends her 2016 campaign

The former Hewlett Packard CEO finished seventh in New Hampshire's Republican primary

49 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Kenyan journalists win first pan African award for reportage on female genital mutilation

Nine-minute film by Diana Kendi and Jane Gatwiri wins Efua Dorkenoo award for telling the story of five women who tried to escape the practiceThe first pan African award for reportage on female genital mutilation was awarded in Abuja, Nigeria, on Tuesday for a powerful film made by two Kenyan journalists about five young women who sought to flee mutilation in western Kenya. Related:

51 minutes ago // New York Times

world World Briefing: India: Deworming Campaign Begins

Millions of children are getting treatment in a national effort to prevent parasitic worms from infecting them and impairing their mental and physical development.

52 minutes ago // New York Times

world Berlin Journal: Tempelhof Airport, Once a Lifeline for Berliners, Reprises Role for Refugees

Americans used the airport to run the airlift that saved West Berlin from a Soviet blockade. It is now becoming Germanys largest refugee center.

53 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Privacy commissioner challenges ruling journalist can't access own phone data

Administrative appeals tribunal had ruled that former Fairfax journalist Ben Grubbs mobile data, held by Telstra, was not considered personal informationThe privacy commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, has launched a federal court challenge to a ruling that a journalist was not entitled to access parts of his personal mobile phone data.The landmark challenge is believed to be the first time the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has sought to appeal a case befo

54 minutes ago // VOA

world Iraqis Complete Recapture of Ramadi from Islamic State

Iraqi forces have completely retaken Ramadi from Islamic State fighters, but the danger there remains. VOA Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb reports.

55 minutes ago // The Guardian

world After New Hampshire, candidates turn attention to South Carolina and Nevada campaign updates

Crashing the parties: Sanders and Trump victories vindicate the outsidersLucia Graves: Sanders defied the pragmatists dont count him outJonathan Freedland:

57 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Nationals will meet tonight to choose successor to Warren Truss politics live

The Nationals leader is set to announce his retirement from politics with Barnaby Joyce the frontrunner to take over. On a busy day, the prime minister is also expected to receive the Parkinson review into whether Stuart Robert breached the ministerial code. All the developments from Canberra, live 1.20am GMT Barnaby Joyce taking the Nationals leaders

1 hour ago // UPI

world U.S. Senate unanimous in vote for new sanctions against North Korea

Doug G. WareWASHINGTON, Feb. 10 UPI -- By unanimous vote, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday approved new sanctions against North Korea over recent activity by Pyongyang, including a reported nuclear test.

1 hour ago // UPI

world U.S. Senate unanimous in vote for new sanctions against North Korea over recent activities

Doug G. WareWASHINGTON, Feb. 10 UPI -- By unanimous vote, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday approved new sanctions against North Korea over recent activity by Pyongyang, including a reported nuclear test.

1 hour ago // Wall Street Journal

world How Japan's 'Abenomics' Reached an Impasse

Prime Minister Shinzo Abes economic-revitalization plan was a bet that a committed central bank could jolt Japan out of decades of decline. But the banks failure to generate a sustained economic upswing suggests the Abenomics program has reached an impasse.

1 hour ago // The Guardian

world Cabinet reshuffle: Nationals to vote for new leader on Thursday evening

Barnaby Joyce most likely to become deputy PM when Nationals meet at 8pm Malcolm Turnbull expected to reshuffle his cabinet over the weekend Warren Truss brings forward planned 17 March departure from the ministry The Nationals will elect a new leader on Thursday evening and Malcolm Turnbull is expected to reshuffle his cabinet over the course of the weekend, after Warren Truss brought forward his exit from the ministry.The junior Coalition party has scheduled

1 hour ago // BBC

world How IS's Libya foothold threatens UK

The Met Police is increasingly concerned that so-called Islamic States foothold in Libya could become a springboard for terrorist attacks on the UK, as Frank Gardner reports.

1 hour ago // BBC

world Ties warm between Pope and patriarch

Issues of mutual concern are propelling the leaders of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox Churches towards dialogue, as Caroline Wyatt reports.

1 hour ago // New York Times

world World Briefing: Yemen: Airstrike Kills Family in Capital

Two television journalists and their three children died when an airstrike by the military coalition led by Saudi Arabia hit their house in Sana.

1 hour ago // BBC

world BBC's Tony Hall 'accountable to no-one'

The BBC's director general Tony Hall is "effectively accountable to no-one", says a new report by a group of MPs.

1 hour ago // BBC

world In pictures: Mumbai cabbies

London-based Glaswegian photographer Dougie Wallace spent four years documenting the black-and-yellow Premier Padmini taxis that have been a feature of Mumbai, India's financial capital, since the 1960s.

1 hour ago // BBC

world Universities to target poor white boys

More students from white working class backgrounds are to be targeted in a university recruitment drive