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Trump whistleblower letter released

Trump whistleblower letter released

Good morning, early birds. Donald Trump's Ukraine troubles deepen as a whistleblower complaint is released, and Home Affairs is set to make a High Court challenge against asylum seeker compensation claims. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Trump pushed Ukraine to investigate Biden

Trump pushed Ukraine to investigate Biden

Good morning, early birds. The White House has released a memo showing Donald Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Democratic rival Joe Biden, and Boris Johnson hurls new challenges at Labour as UK parliament heads back into session. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

The uncomfortable legacy of MH17

The uncomfortable legacy of MH17

The fate of Flight MH17 has taught us that the problems other countries face can quickly become disastrous for all of us.

Three years on from MH17, the real culprits (not Russia) have never been held responsible

Three years on from MH17, the real culprits (not Russia) have never been held responsible

Politicians like to huff and puff about Russian involvement in the downing of MH17, but it is Malaysia Airlines that should be held responsible.

Eurovision tensions already on display in Russia-Ukraine conflict

Eurovision tensions already on display in Russia-Ukraine conflict

Russia might just need to perform via satellite link this year.

Who murdered Boris Nemtsov?

Who murdered Boris Nemtsov?

Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov was murdered and left lying in the streets of Moscow. Was he murdered by the state? By Ukrainian nationals looking for a martyr? By a jealous lover? Freelance journalist Sasha Petrova reports.

Why the LNP should keep a close eye on the regions

Why the LNP should keep a close eye on the regions

Crikey readers have their say on the Queensland election, the failed Multi-function Polis and other issues of the day.

How the West can broker a deal with Russia on Ukraine

How the West can broker a deal with Russia on Ukraine

Years of self-centred Western foreign policy has left Russia disenfranchised. But there is a way forward.

A quarter-century after the Wall fell, Europe hunkers down along old battle lines

A quarter-century after the Wall fell, Europe hunkers down along old battle lines

In the 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall marked the end of the Soviet empire in Eastern Europe, some countries have sunk back into old tyrannies.

Cutting staff at regional newspapers hurts the bush

Cutting staff at regional newspapers hurts the bush

Crikey readers share their views on MH17 and Fairfax's new plans for its regional newspapers.