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US and Taliban agree in principle to peace framework, envoy says

US and Taliban agree in principle to peace framework, envoy says

After nine years of halting efforts to reach a peace deal with the Taliban, a draft framework with the US is the biggest step toward ending a two-decade war.

  • by Mujib Mashal

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Israel link cited in deadly al-Qaeda attack on UN in Mali

Israel link cited in deadly al-Qaeda attack on UN in Mali

The Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen group said the attack was a response to Chadian President Idriss Deby's revival of diplomatic relations with Israel.

US says air strike kills al-Shabaab fighters after Somali base attack
Somalia

US says air strike kills al-Shabaab fighters after Somali base attack

The air strike targeted al-Shabaab fighters who had rammed into the military base 370 kilometres south-west of the capital Mogadishu.

  • by Feisal Omar
'No further threat': Kenya authorities secure Nairobi hotel as death count begins
Kenya

'No further threat': Kenya authorities secure Nairobi hotel as death count begins

Authorities have evacuated around 50 survivors of the deadly attack on a luxury Nairobi hotel, which claimed a US citizen and a British citizen among the 15 reportedly dead.

Mayor of Gdansk dies after being stabbed on stage at charity event
Extremism

Mayor of Gdansk dies after being stabbed on stage at charity event

Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk, has died after being stabbed on stage at a Polish charity event, Poland's health minister said on Monday.

How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered - by themselves
One Nation

How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered - by themselves

The far-right has cycled through many enemies over the years but their biggest threat comes from division and hatred within.

  • by Max Koslowski
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Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events
Melbourne

Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events

Scott Morrison has attacked the Queensland senator for associating with "extreme and offensive racist views".

  • by Max Koslowski & Michael Koziol
Fake facts and normalising extremists: why it was right to jump all over Fraser Anning
Opinion
Opinion

Fake facts and normalising extremists: why it was right to jump all over Fraser Anning

Fraser Anning’s presence at St Kilda as a member of Federal Parliament, and the way he spoke about the rally, represented an effort to normalise these guys by denying the bleedingly obvious.

  • by David Wroe
Facebook pulls down St Kilda Beach rally page due to 'hate speech'
Facebook

Facebook pulls down St Kilda Beach rally page due to 'hate speech'

Facebook has pulled down an event page for the weekend's far right rally after it found posts with hate speech.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Neo-Nazis get a makeover as Germany's far-right goes hipster
Germany

Neo-Nazis get a makeover as Germany's far-right goes hipster

Part hippie, part hipster, the activists of Generation Identity are one result of a broad image makeover the far right has tried to give itself in recent years.

  • by Katrin Bennhold
Neo-Nazi 'Adolf' parents jailed for being part of a terrorist group
UK

Neo-Nazi 'Adolf' parents jailed for being part of a terrorist group

Claudia Patatas and Adam Thomas had long denied being leading members of the white-power group. But their family photos suggested otherwise.

  • by Cleve R. Wootson Jr.