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Africa

UN staff pension fund mired in 'dirty profits' from firms guilty of rights abuses

Guardian investigation reveals $64bn fund includes investments in companies involved in bribery and major environmental damageThe United Nations is facing calls for a full review of its staff pension fund after the Guardian uncovered that it has around a

Property

Pony rides and a class trip to her own house: meet the woman who grew up in a castle

Aliki Currimjee grew up riding ponies, so she never learnt how to ride a bicycle.

Politics

Bush-appointed federal judge rules Trump's DACA rescission was 'unlawful and must be set aside'

A George W. Bush-appointed federal judge on Tuesday ruled that President Trump's decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, "was unlawful and must be set aside."

United States

'Cocaine cowboy' on the run 26 years set to be sentenced

A quarter century after he vanished, a man dubbed the last of Miami's "cocaine cowboys" is being sentenced for a drug trafficking conviction.

World

Auto companies can't go at it alone in making self-driving cars safer: Jaguar Land Rover CEO

Jaguar Land Rover's CEO says despite recent accidents, self-driving cars would still be a safer mode of transportation.

World

Toronto van attack victims: An 'incredible' charity worker and a sports-loving grandmother

An 80-year-old grandmother who loved Toronto sports teams nearly as much as her own family and a "brilliant" young woman who volunteered to build houses in the Dominican Republic were among the 10 people killed when a van plowed down a T

Australia

Coalition's tax cuts could win final two votes from former NXT senators

Centre Alliance senators undertaking ‘due diligence’ on plan, despite initial opposition• Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Rex Patrick has signalled that the two Centre Alliance senators are open to persuasion on the

World

Admiral Harry Harris lined up to fill America's key South Korean envoy post

Washington plans to nominate Admiral Harry Harris, the head of the US Pacific Command, for the key, and long-vacant post of ambassador to South Korea, US officials said on Tuesday.

Business

Shire board recommends £46bn takeover by Japanese drugmaker Takeda

Huge deal for the FTSE100 company comes with an 8 May deadline for the conclusion of negotiations The board of the pharmaceutical company Shire has decided to recommend an improved £46bn ($64bn) takeover bid by the Japanese firm Takeda to its shareholder

Politics

Vital computer systems required for Brexit in 11 months’ time ‘are not in place’

VITAL computer systems required for Brexit in 11 months time have not yet been procured by snail-paced Ministers and bureaucrats, a damning MPs probe has found. The Public Accounts Committee have signalled that the Department for Business Innovation and S

Social

Facebook shuffle brings a new head of US policy and chief privacy officer

Trying times in Menlo Park, it seems: amid assaults from all quarters largely focused on privacy, Facebook is shifting some upper management around to better defend itself. Its head of policy in the U.S., Erin Egan, is returning to her chief privacy offic

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