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28 Oct 7:01pm Updated Coronavirus live news: Macron announces national lockdown in France from Friday as cases surge
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28 Oct 5:25pm Hurricane Zeta makes landfall in Louisiana as powerful category 2 storm
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Hurricane hunter aircraft confirmed at 4pm local time Wednesday the storm made landfall near Cocodrie Hurricane Zeta made landfall in storm-weary Louisiana on Wednesday afternoon as a powerful category two storm and struck the latest blow of an extraordinarily busy Atlantic tropical storm season. The Miami-based National Hurricane Center said a hurricane hunter aircraft confirmed at 4pm Wednesday that the menacing storm had made landfall near Cocodrie, Louisiana.
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28 Oct 5:15pm Two British teenagers killed and another injured parasailing in Greece
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A rope holding their parachute reportedly snapped in the incident on Rhodes
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28 Oct 4:59pm Hurricane Zeta just shy of category 3 status as it speeds toward Louisiana
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US National Hurricane Center says storm has top sustained winds of 110mph and is just 1mph shy of becoming powerful category 3 Hurricane Zeta is just short of being considered a major hurricane as it speeds toward storm-weary Louisiana with New Orleans squarely in its path. Forecasters say the storm is expected to make landfall in south-east Louisiana on Wednesday afternoon. In an update, the US National Hurricane Center said the storm has top sustained winds of 110mph (about 175km/h). It was just 1mph (1.6km/h) shy of becoming a powerful category 3 storm.
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28 Oct 4:52pm Covid testing: does Operation Moonshot have a shot at success?
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UK government is pinning hopes on mass testing but public health directors find flaws in thinking
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28 Oct 4:31pm Anonymous Trump critic revealed to be ex-homeland security chief of staff
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Miles Taylor, who wrote article and subsequent book, claimed there was ‘a quiet resistance’ within the administration
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28 Oct 4:07pm France imposes four-week national lockdown to combat coronavirus
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Emmanuel Macron calls for collective effort during ‘brutal break’ after record number of new Covid-19 cases
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28 Oct 3:09pm Hurricane Zeta strengthens to category 2 as it bears down on New Orleans
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The storm with winds of 100mph is moving north-west towards the US Gulf coast and could hit the Crescent City on Wednesday night Hurricane Zeta developed into a category 2 storm on Wednesday afternoon storm as it closed in on the US Gulf coast with winds of 100mph.
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28 Oct 2:49pm Two British teenagers killed parasailing in Greece, say authorities
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Another teenager was seriously injured in the incident in Rhodes, says coastguard
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28 Oct 2:47pm Nottinghamshire to ban some alcohol sales after 9pm under tier 3 Covid rules
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Off-licence sales prohibition is first in the UK as beauty salons will also have to close in toughest rules yet
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28 Oct 2:37pm US blocking selection of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to be next head of WTO
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Sources say it is unclear if move is attempt to sabotage trade body much criticised by Trump The US is blocking the appointment of
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28 Oct 2:19pm Ice Cube and 50 Cent highlight conservative faction among Black, male voters
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The conservative leanings of public figures speak to part of the Black male electorate underrepresented in political conversations After Ice Cube garnered headlines for his tweets announcing a collaboration with the Trump administration on what was called a Platinum Plan for Black America, the
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28 Oct 2:09pm Canadians increasingly open to welcoming immigrants and refugees – study
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Canadians positive even as millions remain out of work and country faces grim economic projections due to pandemic Despite a global pandemic that has destroyed economies and fanned nationalism in around the world, Canadians say they are increasingly open to welcoming immigrants and refugees. A
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28 Oct 2:07pm Coronavirus live news: Germany to move to partial Covid lockdown; Turkish death toll passes 10,000
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28 Oct 1:53pm Joe Rogan hosts Alex Jones on Spotify podcast despite ban
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Interview with conspiracy theorist leaves streaming service in awkward position Joe Rogan, Spotify’s biggest podcast star, has left the platform in an awkward position after conducting a lengthy interview with Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist banned by Swedish streaming company for producing “hate content”. Rogan, the libertarian host of the long-running and wildly popular Joe Rogan Experience podcast, uploaded a three-hour discussion on Tuesday featuring Jones, the founder of the conspiracy site Infowars.
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28 Oct 1:21pm Coronavirus live news: Merkel confirms Germany will move to partial Covid lockdown
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28 Oct 12:59pm Yemen on brink of losing entire generation of children to hunger, UN warns
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Food security crisis means acute malnutrition among under-fives at highest levels since war engulfed the country Almost 100,000 children under the age of five are at risk of dying in Yemen as the country slides back into a hunger crisis. An analysis by UN agencies says the coronavirus pandemic, economic problems and conflict have led to the highest levels of malnutrition ever recorded in parts of the country.
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28 Oct 12:38pm Updated Four Iranians who died crossing Channel were part of same family
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Rasul Iran Nezhad and Shiva Mohammad Panahi drowned along with their children Anita and Armin
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28 Oct 12:33pm Spanish police arrest 21 in raids on Catalan separatists
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People with links to separatist movement are held on suspicion of misusing public money Spanish police have arrested 21 people, including key supporters of the former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont, on suspicion of using public money to finance the failed push for independence and fund Puigdemont’s self-imposed exile in Belgium. In a series of raids styled Operation Volhov carried out by hundreds of civil guard police in several parts of Catalonia, Puigdemont’s so-called chiefs of staff – most of them linked to the two major pro-independence parties – were among those arrested. Homes and businesses were also searched.
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28 Oct 12:30pm The Wait part 4: if there is a God
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In the fourth part of our series examining the plight of refugees in Indonesia, Mozhgan and her friend Elina, from Sudan, have a disagreement about beliefs. When the future is impossible to see, faith can be a rock – or it can shatter completely. In this episode we look at how, in their quest to cope, some refugees are taking matters into their own hands
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28 Oct 12:23pm Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to stand trial on fresh charges in Iran next week
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British-Iranian dual national told she will be returned to prison after Monday’s hearing Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman sentenced to five years imprisonment in Iran in 2016, has been told she will stand trial on fresh charges next Monday. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was
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28 Oct 12:16pm Legendary Paris bookshop Shakespeare and Company begs for help in pandemic
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The landmark store has seen sales fall 80% since March, and with a new lockdown expected has asked for orders from those who can afford it
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28 Oct 12:07pm Updated Coronavirus live news: Germany to enter partial Covid lockdown next week, reports say
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28 Oct 12:00pm First winged reptiles were clumsy flyers, research suggests
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Analysis of early Pterosaurs fossils shows they are likely to have been ungainly in flight Pterosaurs, such as pterodactyl, are some of the largest animals ever to have taken to the skies, but the first reptile aviators were clumsy flyers, only capable of travelling short distances, a study suggests. The research may also shed new light on the evolution of flight more generally.
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28 Oct 11:00am Police spying inquiry to examine targeting of UK black justice groups
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Judge will hear evidence on undercover operations against campaigns such as Stephen Lawrence
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28 Oct 11:00am Target Number One review – gritty thriller about Canadian junkie caught in Thai sting
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Antoine Olivier Pilon and Josh Hartnett are on good form as a heroin addict caught in police trap and the journalist who reports on the case Pulpy, structurally a touch otiose, but eminently watchable throughout, this based-on-real-events crime drama tells two entwined stories. One is about a French-Canadian drug addict called Daniel Legér (Antoine Olivier Pilon, from Xavier Dolan’s Mommy), a stand-in for actual historical figure Alain Olivier, who becomes the entrapped fall guy for a disastrous drug sting organised by Vancouver police officers in Thailand. The other half, snipped together via tricksy editing to disguise which events are taking place before the stories converge, is about the determined if showboaty journalist Victor Malarek (a role flatteringly filled by Josh Hartnett) who delved into Legér’s case.
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28 Oct 10:56am Philippines local police chief killed by fighting cockerel
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Officer was taking part in raid on cockfights when one of the birds severed his femoral artery The police chief of a Philippine town has been killed during a raid on an illegal cockfight when one of the razor-sharp metal blades worn by the birds cut an artery in his leg and he bled to death. The incident took place on Monday in Madugang village in Northern Samar province, where police have been cracking down on illegal cockfights because the gatherings have been blamed for helping to spread coronavirus.
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28 Oct 10:30am Updated Coronavirus live news: more restrictions expected as European countries set new Covid records
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28 Oct 10:00am Song Without a Name review – heart-rending story of Peruvian baby trafficking
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An indigenous woman has her newborn child stolen by a fake maternity clinic in this desperately sad account of real-life events in the 1980s This feature debut from Peruvian film-maker Melina Léon, first shown in the Directors’ Fortnight sidebar at last year’s Cannes film festival, is beautifully shot in black and white. It is an intimately painful and quite terrifying drama set in the late 1980s – the era of Peru’s Shining Path terrorist insurgency – and drawn from real life. Pamela Mendoza plays Georgina, an indigenous Peruvian woman who is heavily pregnant and one day hears a radio ad for a supposed “charity clinic” offering free maternity services. On going into labour, she gratefully goes to this place, with its plausible-looking medical people in white coats who remove her baby, explaining it has to be taken to hospital for “checkups” and that she should go home. When Georgina returns the next day, the “clinic” is an empty shell, cleaned out, and the baby sold for adoption on fake papers to wealthy buyers from abroad. The horrified and desperate Georgina, whose indigenous status makes her almost less than human, is all but ignored by the authorities who not-so-secretly believe that the babies are anyway better off with the new (white) parents. So Georgina contacts a journalist, Pedro (Tommy Párraga), a shy, gay man whose editor is only too glad to put him on to this safe “human interest” feature, and away from the more difficult politically charged investigation he’d been working on.
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28 Oct 9:59am EU leaders urged to aid transfer of Covid patients between member states
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Ursula von der Leyen asks leaders to map ICU capacity as Belgium gets close to running out of beds
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28 Oct 9:50am Wole Soyinka to publish first novel in almost 50 years
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Chronicles of the Happiest People on Earth will be released this year, with the 86-year-old author also planning fresh theatre work after ‘continuous writing’ in lockdown
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28 Oct 9:21am Gérard Depardieu rape investigation to be reopened
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Accuser refiles claim against French actor after prosecutors drop previous inquiry
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28 Oct 8:53am EU accused of abandoning migrants to the sea with shift to drone surveillance
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Border agency Frontex accused by campaigners and MEPs of evading its responsibilities towards people in distress The EU has been accused of condemning migrants to death by critics of its recent €100m (£90m) deals for drone surveillance over the Mediterranean Sea. Campaigners and MEPs have accused the EU’s border agency Frontex of investing in technology to monitor migrants from afar and skirt its responsibilities towards people in distress.
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28 Oct 8:49am Historic Book of Lismore returning to Ireland after centuries in British hands
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Manuscript including lives of the Irish saints and a translation of Marco Polo was captured during a siege of Kilbrittain Castle in the 1640s
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28 Oct 8:31am Italy: protesters against Covid-19 restrictions clash with riot police in Rome – video
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Demonstrations have continued across Italy as hundreds of people gathered to protest against measures imposed by the government to contain the spread of coronavirus. After four days of protests, supporters of rightwing group Forza Nuova gathered in Piazza del Popolo where they clashed with riot police. The government has introduced a relief package for businesses affected by the restrictions, which include a 6pm for bars and restaurants and the closure of gyms, swimming pools, cinemas and theatres
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28 Oct 7:29am Hungary and Poland to counter critics with ‘rule of law institute’
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Countries seek to hit back as EU debates harsher penalties for breaking bloc’s standards
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28 Oct 7:21am Coronavirus live news: Germany registers new infections high; Russia and Ukraine report record deaths
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28 Oct 7:20am Taiwanese military mass wedding to feature its first same-sex couples
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Two female soldiers and their civilian partners are due to take part in this year’s ceremony Two same-sex couples are to be married in the Taiwanese army’s annual mass wedding ceremony this week, in a first after the island’s government legalised marriage equality 18 months ago. The female soldiers and their civilian partners – Chen Ying-xuan and Lee Ying-ying, and Wang Yi and Meng Youmei – will wed on Friday.
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28 Oct 7:04am How Melbourne embraced its first day of freedom – starting at the stroke of midnight
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Some partied the night away, others were up at the crack of dawn to line up for their first cafe hit, and others queued to shop, shop, shop Melbourne residents have become somewhat accustomed to the world changing overnight. But for what felt like the first time, they went to bed on Tuesday knowing they would wake up to a better version of their city. Australia’s second-biggest city has been under harsh lockdown since July and although many businesses and individuals suffered greatly there is no denying it was effective.
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28 Oct 6:41am France expected to impose four-week national lockdown
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Emmanuel Macron reportedly planning move after record number of new Covid cases
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28 Oct 6:21am Coronavirus live news: Germany sees record infections as Russia and Ukraine report record deaths
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28 Oct 6:06am Unions urge ALP to accept need for gas and back blue collar workers or face losing next election
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Labor MPs told gas power is a necessary part of the transition to renewables Union officials have given Labor MPs a message that gas will be needed in the transition to renewable energy, and have urged them to defend blue collar workers in traditional industries or face losing another election. The leadership of the Australian Workers Union and the construction and mining union attended a briefing organised this week by Labor’s country caucus, which is run by the shadow resources minister Joel Fitzgibbon.
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28 Oct 5:50am Covid hospital cases in UK ‘could pass spring peak in November’
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Government adviser suggests new lockdown measures needed to curb rise
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28 Oct 5:32am Hail creates snowscapes as severe thunderstorms batter NSW and Queensland
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The Bureau of Meteorology says storms in eastern Queensland continue to produce damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hailstones Damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hailstones have battered parts of north-east New South Wales and south-east Queensland, as authorities warn a large storm front could cause flash flooding. In NSW, large hail fell in the town of Tamworth in the afternoon, building up to cover the streets in white.
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28 Oct 5:29am Updated Coronavirus live news: Germany records record infections as Russia and Ukraine report record deaths
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28 Oct 4:27am Updated If Biden wins what would the first 100 days of his presidency look like?
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If he succeeds in defeating Donald Trump, the Democrat will have to urgently tackle the coronavirus pandemic as well as rebuild global relationships If Joe Biden wins the 2020 US election against Donald Trump next week, the new president-elect will face enormous pressures to implement a laundry list of priorities on a range of issues from foreign policy to the climate crisis, reversing many of the stark changes implemented by his predecessor. But Biden’s first and most pressing task for his first 100 days in the White House would be to roll out a new nationwide plan to fight the coronavirus crisis, which has claimed more than 220,000 lives in the US and infected millions – more than any other country in the world – as well as taking steps to fix the disastrous economic fallout.
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28 Oct 3:34am Michaelia Cash grilled about business grant scheme where funds flowed overwhelmingly to Coalition seats – politics live
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Melbourne lockdown lifted as Victoria records two Covid cases and two deaths. Senate estimates looks at Australia’s response to Doha airport incident. Follow live
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28 Oct 3:21am Updated Coronavirus live news: China reports highest infections in two months; US sees almost 500,000 cases in one week
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French death toll is highest since April; Merkel warns German health system could be overwhelmed; Russia seeks accelerated registration from WHO for Sputnik V vaccine. Follow the latest updates
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28 Oct 3:00am Rural homelessness in England rises by 115% in past two years
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Deregulated planning system will worsen housing shortage and supply of affordable homes Homelessness in rural areas in England has more than doubled in the last two years, according to analysis published as campaigners warn of planning reforms likely to worsen the situation. The number of households categorised as homeless in rural local authorities in England rose to 19,975 – an increase of 115% from 2017-18 – according to the countryside charity
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28 Oct 2:50am South Korea vows to go carbon neutral by 2050 to fight climate emergency
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South Korea relies on coal for about 40% of its electricity generation, with renewables making up less than 6% South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in, has declared that the country will go carbon neutral by 2050, bringing it into line with other major economies. In a policy speech in the national assembly on Wednesday, Moon said South Korea, one of the world’s most fossil fuel-reliant economies, would “actively respond” to the
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28 Oct 2:15am Trump aide Stephen Miller preparing second-term immigration blitz
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The hardline adviser is said to be ready to unleash executive orders deemed too extreme for a president seeking re-election The architect of Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policy, senior adviser Stephen Miller, is said to have a drawer full of executive orders ready to be signed in “shock and awe” style if Trump is re-elected. The former homeland security department chief of staff,
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28 Oct 2:14am Global coronavirus report: US adds nearly 500,000 cases in a week; Europe faces more lockdowns
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White House lists ‘ending pandemic’ among accomplishments; China cases highest in two months; Macron to address nation
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28 Oct 1:59am A meme is born as Kim Kardashian West tweets about private island birthday party
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Reality TV star boasts about taking family and friends on holiday during pandemic so they could ‘pretend things were normal’ If you wanted to “pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time,” you might go for a walk around the nearest park, buy yourself a takeaway ice cream or, if you are Kim Kardashian-West, ask your “closest inner circle” to quarantine for two weeks in order to attend your
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28 Oct 1:48am Biden vows to back Belarus opposition in removing Lukashenko
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Democratic presidential hopeful accuses Donald Trump of failing to speak up for people of Belarus after disputed election Joe Biden has voiced support for Belarus’s opposition in its general strike against President Alexander Lukashenko, saying the embattled leader’s reign was illegitimate. Biden, who leads President Donald Trump in polls ahead of next week’s US election, promised if he wins to “significantly expand” sanctions alongside European allies against “Lukashenko’s henchmen”.
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28 Oct 1:00am Anger towards Emmanuel Macron grows in Muslim world
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Protests take place in several countries against French president in aftermath of crackdown On the front page of a hardline Iranian newspaper, he was the “Demon of Paris”. In the streets of Dhaka he was decried as a leader who “worships Satan”. Outside Baghdad’s French embassy, a likeness of
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27 Oct 10:03pm Qatar scandal: do the women subjected to medical examination at Doha airport have any legal options?
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Experts say authorities may agree to provide compensation to avoid criticism of human rights record
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27 Oct 9:34pm Updated Victoria records two Covid cases and two deaths as Melbourne lockdown lifts and Coalition continues Andrews attack – politics live
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Rules eased but 25km limit and compulsory masks remain. In Canberra, Senate estimates and parliament resume and, in Queensland, Palaszczuk and Frecklington face off before Saturday’s election. Follow live
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27 Oct 9:26pm New Zealand counts down to verdicts on cannabis and euthanasia votes
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Campaigners for legal changes could be stymied by voter desire for the status quo after a tumultuous year The results of New Zealand’s referendums on whether to legalise cannabis and euthanasia will be released this week, with campaigners nervous that the upheavals of 2020 could have tilted the vote to the status quo. Political experts say that in years of unrest and instability voters tend to veer towards keeping things as they are, which could affect the likelihood of both referendum questions passing.
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27 Oct 8:43pm Fish that eat microplastics take more risks and die younger, study shows
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Joint study conducted finds that fish fed a diet including plastic were more likely to be eaten themselves Microplastics can alter the behaviour of fish, with those that ingest the pollutants likely to be bolder, more active and swim in risky areas where they die en masse, according to a new study. The survival risk posed by microplastics is also exacerbated by degrading coral reefs, as dying corals make particularly younger fish more desperate to find nutrition and shelter, and to venture into waters where they are more likely to be taken by predators themselves.
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27 Oct 8:01pm CBI chief fires parting shot over slow pace of Brexit negotiations
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Carolyn Fairbairn says the UK economy is in ‘suspended animation’ while issue remain unresolved The head of the UK’s leading employers’ organisation has stepped up pressure on the government to conclude trade talks with the EU so that the country can move on from the “suspended animation” of the past four years. Reflecting on her five years as director general of the CBI, Dame Carolyn Fairbairn said her biggest regret was that the issue had not been resolved earlier and warned ministers that businesses grappling with
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27 Oct 8:01pm Met police criticised for multiple errors in stop and search practice
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London force accepts watchdog advice over flawed tactics undermining community confidence The Metropolitan police force has been getting its use of stop and search wrong with multiple errors that have undermined its legitimacy, the police watchdog has found. The
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