Zynab Al Harbiya's father says girl killed in Iraq had 'big heart'

‘We are Muslims being targeted and these terrorists know no difference,’ Melbourne man says. ‘We must stand together’ The father of a 12-year-old Melbourne girl who died in a car bomb explosion in Baghdad has spoken of his grief upon Read More

Portland's dark history of white supremacy

The city is known for its liberalism. But a racially charged double murder sheds light on an enduring current of militant racism Ciaran Mulloy remembers how the neo-Nazis outnumbered the anti-racists in Portland in the 90s. A union organiser and Read More

UK's Trident nuclear submarines 'vulnerable to catastrophic hack'

Thinktank sceptical about MoD assurances, saying cyber-attack could lead even to ‘exchange of nuclear warheads’ The UK’s Trident submarine fleet is vulnerable to a “catastrophic” cyber-attack that could render Britain’s nuclear weapons useless, according to a report by a London-based Read More

Pauline Hanson received donations to personal bank account – politics live

One Nation leader refuses to say what she spent the money on as media bosses push for changes to ownership laws. Follow the day’s news live … 11.55pm BST Remember the Commission of Audit? 11.47pm BST Bowers, what have you Read More

Trump and Paris: art of the broken deal? | The minute

Got a minute? Trump promises climate decision ‘very soon’ … Clinton: ‘I was the victim’ … ‘covfefe’ kerfuffle … more subpoenas … and everything else today in US politics. By Tom McCarthy 10.38pm BST Multiple reports said Donald Trump is Read More