Shamima Begum: Stripping citizenship put her at risk of hanging, court hears
A lawyer for Shamima Begum says stripping her citizenship left her stateless and should be reverse
Sharm el-Sheikh: UK to resume flights after safety ban
Four years after the bombing of a Russian plane, the UK says airport security at the resort is saf
WeWork board accepts SoftBank rescue deal: source
WeWork's board has accepted a takeover plan proposed by Softbank Group, handing control of the office-sharing startup to the Japanese firm, according to a source directly familiar with the matter
Uniqlo ad sparks protest, parody as South Korea-Japan dispute flares
A commercial by Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo has stirred a consumer backlash in South Korea amid accusations that it mocks victims of wartime forced labour and brothel workers, reopening deep wounds from Japan's colonial past
Harris, Goodale, Bernier and Raitt headline list of notable election winners and losers
'A sad day': Frustrated oilpatch braces for more Trudeau (and more job losses)
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KAP shouldn’t have been sanctioned just because ‘it refused to denounce a view’
Darwin Bureau Chief Matt Cunningham says he "could not for one minute agree with some of the views of Fraser Anning" but does not agree the premier should have sanctioned his party and withdrawn resources just "because it refused to denounce the view". Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is unlikely to face criminal sanctions despite being found guilty of contempt in the Parliament's Ethics Committee, making her the first premier to do so in the state's history. Ms Palaszczuk was found to have 'improperly interfered with the free performance' of Qld's Katter's Australian Party MPs. Image: News Corp Austral