US president backs Tory in leadership run and reacts to criticism by duchess
Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, in an interview with the Sun in which he also called Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, “nasty”.
The president, speaking to the British newspaper before he visits the UK on Monday, expressed support for the former foreign secretary in his bid to replace Theresa May, saying: “I think Boris would do a very good job. I think he would be excellent.”
Government’s inquiry into disappeared women and girls to be published Monday
Three decades of missing and murdered Indigenous women amounts to a “Canadian genocide”, a leaked landmark government report has concluded.
The document, titled Reclaiming Power and Place, was compiled over more than two and a half years. Canada’s CBC News was given a copy of the report, which is due to be released on Monday, on Friday. Its contents were confirmed to the Guardian by an individual working within the inquiry.
Exclusive: Action follows independent inquiry into Gayed, who needlessly removed women’s organs
Detectives from the New South Wales police child abuse and sex crimes squad have launched a strike force to investigate the disgraced gynaecologist Emil Shawky Gayed and his scores of alleged victims.
A Guardian Australia investigation revealed Gayed needlessly removed women’s reproductive organs and performed unnecessary surgeries on his patients. Other women were allegedly left with life-threatening infections. One of his patients died. Most of his patients were treated in the regional NSW town of Taree, where Gayed worked for almost 20 years in private practice and at the Manning Rural Referral public hospital.
Former prosecutor says US was confident when charges were brought that the two men were part of a Hutu rebel group
The attorney who brought charges against two Rwandan men recently resettled in Australia says the United States was “certain” they were members of a Hutu rebel group that was later designated a terror group by the US government.