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White House coronavirus taskforce warns of 'unrelenting' spread


US is going in ‘wrong direction’ says Fauci as Covid cases rise in 47 states and patients overwhelm hospitals across the USThe White House coronavirus taskforce is warning of a persistent and broad spread of Covid-19 in the western half of the United States and its members urged aggressive mitigation measures.“We are on a very difficult trajectory. We’re going in the wrong direction,” said Dr Anthony Fauci, the lead public health official on the task force and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Continue reading... [...]

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Covid has hit 'critical' stage in England, research finds


Dramatic increase in recorded cases across country, with infection rate rising fastest in southCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe Covid pandemic has reached a “critical” stage in England, with prevalence doubling since last month with the fastest increases in the south where the R number has risen above 2, research has found.While cases remain highest in northern England, a dramatic increase in infections has been recorded across all areas, according to the latest interim findings from the React-1 study from Imperial College London. Continue reading... [...]

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Large Covid outbreak in China linked to Xinjiang forced labour


More than 180 cases traced to garment factory where Uighurs must take up work placementsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageChina’s largest coronavirus outbreak in months appears to have emerged in a factory in Xinjiang linked to forced labour and the government’s controversial policies towards Uighur residents.More than 180 cases of Covid-19 documented in the past week in Shufu county, in southern Xinjiang, can be traced back to a factory that was built in 2018 as part of government “poverty alleviation” efforts, a campaign that researchers and rights advocates describe as coercive. Continue reading... [...]

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500 UK scout troops face closure after Covid hits fundraising


At least 7% of groups could close including many in deprived areasCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageMore than 500 scout troops are facing closure after fundraising activities from jumble sales to supermarket bag packing were cancelled because of Covid, the movement has warned.It means the 113-year-old institution faces the possible loss of at least 7% of its 7,300 groups. Continue reading... [...]

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Knife attacker in Nice kills three people


Suspect shot and injured by police after attack in church in southern French cityA man armed with a knife has killed three people – two women and a man – in a terrorist attack at a church in Nice on the Côte d’Azur.The killings happened at 9am on Thursday inside the Notre-Dame Basilica in the city centre. Continue reading... [...]

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Jeremy Corbyn suspended from Labour party after EHRC antisemitism report comments – politics live


Equality and Human Rights Commission report finds party is responsible for three breaches of the Equality ActJeremy Corbyn suspended from Labour over EHRC commentsKeir Starmer: EHRC report is day of shame for LabourLabour responsible for harassment and discrimination, EHRC findsFormal complaints on Corbyn and other MPs sent to LabourKey findings of the EHRC inquiry 1.47pm GMT Some using it as an opportunity for a bit of light humour. Former MP Gavin Shuker, who was one of seven MPs to leave the Labour Party in 2019 in protest at Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, tweeted: “Someone should tell Mr Corbyn that sitting as an independent isn’t all that bad.”Someone should tell Mr Corbyn that sitting as an independent isn’t all that bad. 1.42pm GMT The full report from my colleague, Deputy Political Editor Jessica Elgot. Related: Labour suspends Jeremy Corbyn over EHRC report comments Continue reading... [...]

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Coronavirus live news: Catalonia closes borders; Angela Merkel heckled in parliament


Spanish region imposes ban on entering or exiting its territory for 15 days; Merkel said populists who call coronavirus harmless are dangerousWhite House taskforce warns of ‘unrelenting’ Covid spreadAngela Merkel heckled by German MPs over lockdownTaiwan marks 200 days without domestic infectionLarge China outbreak linked to Xinjiang forced labourIndia passes 8m cases as Germany sees record infections 1.43pm GMT The Bulgarian president Rumen Radev is self-isolating after his secretary general tested positive for coronavirus and will continue to carry out his duties remotely, the president’s office said on Thursday.Bulgaria has closed universities, high schools and nightclubs for two weeks among other curbs aimed at containing a rise in new Covid-19 cases. 1.36pm GMT Finland’s government said on Thursday it would lift its restrictions on opening hours for restaurants serving mainly food but kept stricter rules on bars and nightclubs in place, as the Covid-19 pandemic showed signs of slowing down in the [...]

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US election 2020: Trump and Biden head to 'too close to call' battleground Florida – live


Trump and Biden will speak hours apart at rallies in TampaWill conservative evangelicals stay loyal to Trump?Covid crisis drives Arizonans to the pollsOhioans hit by GM plant closure regret Trump votesHow ballot drop boxes became a battlegroundSign up for Fight to Vote – our weekly US election newsletter 1.49pm GMT Hackers stole $2.3 million from the Wisconsin Republican party’s account meant to help reelect Trump in the key battleground state, according to the Associated Press.The AP reports: The party noticed the suspicious activity on Oct. 22 and contacted the FBI on Friday, said Republican Party Chairman Andrew Hitt.Hitt said the FBI is investigating. FBI spokesman Leonard Peace did not immediately return a message seeking comment. 1.29pm GMT This is Joan Greve in Washington, taking over for Martin Belam.Early voting update: We are five days from election day, and nearly 78 million Americans have already cast their ballots.#earlyvote morning update 10/29At least 77 million people have voted in the 202 [...]

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Almost 300 asylum seekers have died trying to cross the Channel since 1999


First research to collate figures documents the people who have lost their lives, with drownings during sea crossings on the riseAlmost 300 asylum seekers including 36 children have died trying to cross the Channel to the UK in the past 20 years, according to the first analysis to collate deaths.The Institute of Race Relations research, due to be published next month and seen by the Guardian, details the cases of 292 people who have died trying to cross by vehicle, tunnel and over the water since 1999. Continue reading... [...]

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Basmati battle: Pakistan fights Indian bid for EU recognition of rice


Delhi seeking geographical indication status for its basmati rice, angering IslamabadA new ingredient has been added to the boiling pot that is the relationship between India and Pakistan: basmati rice. Pakistan’s government has vowed to “vehemently” oppose an application by India for the long-grain aromatic rice to be recognised by the EU as being grown exclusively in specific regions of the Indian subcontinent.Since 2006, the EU has applied zero tariffs on rice imported into the bloc’s member states that has been authenticated by either Pakistani or Indian authorities as being truly basmati. Around two-thirds of basmati imports to the EU are from India and the rest from its northern neighbour. Continue reading... [...]

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2020 likely to be one of warmest years on record despite La Niña


Climate crisis exacerbates extreme weather during natural events, say expertsLa Niña climate event is under way, heralding a colder and stormier winter than usual across the northern hemisphere, but 2020 remains likely to be one of the warmest years on record.The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has declared La Niña event – a cooling of surface ocean water along the Pacific coast of the South American tropics – to help governments and humanitarian agencies plan for extreme weather events around the world. Continue reading... [...]

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Canary Islands under pressure as 11,000 migrants arrive in 2020


Spanish government trying to increase capacity and stop deaths at sea, says migration secretarySpain’s migration secretary has acknowledged that the Canary Islands are struggling to cope with the arrival of more than 11,000 migrants so far this year, but says the government is working to increase reception capacity, manage migration and stop people dying at sea.The Spanish archipelago, which lies off the coast of north-west Africa, has experienced a massive rise in arrivals compared with last year, which has left resources strained, people sleeping on docks, and the regional government saying it has been overwhelmed. Continue reading... [...]

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Russia makes bid to water down UN commitments on female peacekeepers


Move comes on 20th anniversary of first resolution to recognise women’s unique and disproportionate experience of conflictRussia has introduced a new UN security council resolution that could threaten the rights of women in conflict by attempting to water down previously agreed commitments on human rights.Negotiations are ongoing and it is doubtful they will conclude ahead of a special virtual meeting on Thursday to discuss women’s role in peace and security efforts. Continue reading... [...]

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Opposition leaders allege fraud in Tanzanian elections


Claims of stuffed ballot boxes and agents being prevented from accessing polling stations Opposition leaders in Tanzania have accused authorities of stuffing ballot boxes to ensure victory for the ruling party in simultaneous presidential and parliamentary elections.Despite sporadic violence in the run-up to the poll, tens of millions of people filed into polling stations without incident on Wednesday to cast their votes. Continue reading... [...]

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Man arrested after showering commuters with money from 30th-floor window


Police in Chongqing, south-western China, detain man on drugs charges after his benevolence caused traffic chaosChinese police have arrested a man after he scattered a “heavenly rain of banknotes” on commuters from his apartment window while allegedly high on methamphetamine.Police said the 29-year-old was “in a trance” after taking drugs at his home on the 30th floor of a building in Chongqing, in south-western China, when he began throwing cash out of the window to the streets below. Continue reading... [...]

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Harry Shearer: 'To say Trump is "beyond satire" is an admission of defeat'


He went from Spinal Tap to The Simpsons. Now, with his album The Many Moods of Donald Trump, the comic takes aim at America’s ‘encyclopedia salesman’ presidentUnlike pretty much every other person on the planet, actor, voice artist and all round comedy star Harry Shearer, 76, found lockdown a thoroughly productive experience. “The bonus time from not having to drive around Los Angeles every day really adds up. My wife and I would say to each other at the end of every day, ‘God, we accomplished a lot today!’”This is a heck of an understatement. During the past seemingly static eight months, Shearer busied himself recording and making videos for his new comedy-music album, The Many Moods of Donald Trump; kept up his radio show, Le Show, which has been going since the early 80s; and did his weekly work for what he describes as “this TV show I’m involved with”, AKA The Simpsons. For the past 32 years, Shearer has been the voice of pretty much every beloved Simpsons character who is not an actu [...]

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Family of missing Team GB runner appeal for help to find him


Experienced fell runner Chris Smith, 43, missing in Perthshire hills since TuesdayThe family of Chris Smith, an experienced fell runner and Team GB member who has gone missing in the Perthshire hills, have appealed for help to find him.Smith, 43, was last seen on Tuesday afternoon when he left his family’s holiday accommodation to go running in the Glen Lyon and Loch Tay area. He had been expected to return that evening. Continue reading... [...]

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Man arrested in Saudi Arabia after alleged knife attack at French consulate


Incident comes amid heightened anti-France sentiment across Muslim world Saudi Arabian police have arrested a man outside the French consulate in Jeddah after he allegedly stabbed a guard, amid heightened anti-France sentiment across the Muslim world and apparent terrorist attacks in two French cities.The Saudi national used a “sharp tool” to injure the guard, who is receiving treatment in hospital, the Saudi Press Agency said. Continue reading... [...]

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Hurricane Zeta kills at least two in Louisiana as category 2 storm bashes coast


More than 2 million customers without power across several southern states, after storm brought winds over 100mphMore than 2 million customers were without power on Thursday morning across several southern states and at least two people had been killed after Hurricane Zeta howled ashore in Louisiana with winds over 100mph then weakened to a tropical storm and raced through the region.According to the website PowerOutage.us, shortly after dawn at least 2 million were without electricity in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. Georgia has the most outages, with more than 800,000 people in the dark. Continue reading... [...]

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'We have a right to be at the table': four pioneering female peacekeepers


Twenty years after a landmark UN resolution, leading figures share insight on women’s vital role in mediating conflictIn October 2000, the UN security council adopted resolution 1325 – the first resolution that acknowledged women’s unique experience of conflict and their vital role in peace negotiations and peacebuilding. Twenty years on, we speak to four women helping keep the peace around the world. Continue reading... [...]

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Labor agrees to support new gas projects after public brawl sparked by Joel Fitzgibbon


Party has signed off on document acknowledging role gas plays in economic growth, job creation and electricity generationA public battle between Anthony Albanese, Mark Butler and Joel Fitzgibbon over Labor’s language regarding gas has triggered a process whereby the ALP has agreed to support new gas projects, subject to environmental approvals and reaching net zero emissions by 2050.The brawl was triggered when the shadow resources minister, Joel Fitzgibbon, publicly endorsed the taxpayer underwriting of new gas infrastructure championed by one of Scott Morrison’s most influential business advisers, Nev Power, before seeing any of the specifics. Continue reading... [...]

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Yemen on brink of losing entire generation of children to hunger, UN warns


Food security crisis means acute malnutrition among under-fives at highest levels since war engulfed the countryAlmost 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. Continue reading... [...]

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EU accused of abandoning migrants to the sea with shift to drone surveillance


Border agency Frontex accused by campaigners and MEPs of evading its responsibilities towards people in distressThe 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. Continue reading... [...]

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'We are drinking sewage water': Zimbabwe shortages threaten thousands


As the search for water in Bulawayo becomes more desperate, diarrhoea outbreaks from dirty water are endangering childrenIt is 6am on a Saturday and residents of Sizinda, a poor suburb in Bulawayo, have begun their desperate hunt for water. The taps at home dried up three months ago.Water has become a daily struggle in Zimbabwe’s second biggest city, largely the result of a severe drought last year which has dried up the reservoirs. The poor rains expected this year will bring more hardship. Continue reading... [...]

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Covid crisis fashion report: 'workers' rights, wellbeing and dignity should not be put on hold'


An assessment of 428 Australian and international fashion brands has found that while most took some positive actions to protect workers, none could ensure all workers were coveredA special report by Baptist World Aid Australia has found that, throughout the Covid pandemic, 35% of fashion companies assessed did not show evidence that they had made regular payments to their suppliers.The Covid Fashion Report – which this year takes the place of Baptist World Aid Australia’s annual Ethical Fashion Report – assessed 96 Australian, New Zealand and international companies, representing 428 brands, on specific positive actions taken amid the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading... [...]

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‘Old and unsafe’ cars sent to developing world fuelling air pollution, report finds


Poor quality of used vehicles exported from the US, Europe and Japan are hindering efforts to mitigate climate breakdown, says UNMillions of used motor vehicles exported from the US, Europe and Japan to developing countries are of poor quality and are contributing significantly to air pollution, according a new UN report.About 80% of the 14m used light-duty vehicles – saloon cars, SUVs and minibuses – exported between 2015 and 2018 went to low and middle-income countries. About 40% went to Africa, found the report, published by the UN Environment Programme (Unep). Continue reading... [...]

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Israeli zeal for second Trump term matched by Palestinian enmity


Netanyahu’s clear choice for US president seen as ‘extremely dangerous’ in PalestineAnyone in any doubt about Benjamin Netanyahu’s preferred candidate in the US presidential election need only visit his personal Twitter account.Right at the top, behind the headshot of Israel’s longest-serving prime minister, is a banner photo of him with Donald Trump in the Oval Office, their eyes fixed on each other. Continue reading... [...]

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Covid testing: does Operation Moonshot have a shot at success?


UK government is pinning hopes on mass testing but public health directors find flaws in thinking10% of England’s population could be tested for Covid-19 every weekCoronavirus – latest updatesOperation Moonshot, the government’s mass testing mission to screen millions of asymptomatic people every week, is having a bumpy lift-off.The project only emerged because of a leak last month and such was the stated ambition – £100bn to deliver 10m tests a day – that MPs laughed when Matt Hancock talked about it in parliament. Continue reading... [...]

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If Biden wins what would the first 100 days of his presidency look like?


If he succeeds in defeating Trump, the Democrat will have to urgently tackle the pandemic and rebuild global relationshipsIf 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. Related: From climate to China, how Joe Biden is plotting America’s restoration Continue reading... [...]

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Trump aide Stephen Miller preparing second-term immigration blitz


The hardline adviser is said to be ready to unleash executive orders deemed too extreme for a president seeking re-electionThe 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 Miles Taylor said this wishlist was reserved for the second term because it included policies that were too unpopular for a president seeking re-election. Continue reading... [...]

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Emmanuel Macron orders France back into Covid-19 lockdown – video


France will go back into a nationwide lockdown starting this week to try to contain the Covid-19 pandemic that is again threatening to spiral out of control, French president Emmanuel Macron said in an address to the nation on Wednesday. The new measures he announced – which come into force on Friday – will mean people have to stay in their homes except to buy essential goods, seek medical attention or use their daily one-hour allocation of exercise.Coronavirus news - live updatesFrance imposes four-week national lockdown Continue reading... [...]

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Angela Merkel outlines new coronavirus restrictions for Germany – video


Germany will impose an emergency month-long lockdown that includes the closure of restaurants, gyms and theatres to reverse a spike in coronavirus cases that risks overwhelming hospitals, the chancellor said on WednesdayGermany to impose new coronavirus rules amid record rise in casesCoronavirus news - live updates Continue reading... [...]

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Protests grow across Muslim world against French president Emmanuel Macron – video report


Demonstrations are growing across the Muslim world against the French president Emmanuel Macron and his perceived attacks on Islam and the prophet Muhammad.In Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka, about 40,000 people were involved in a demonstration organised by the country’s largest Islamist party, while protests took place in Pakistan, Palestine, Iran and Afghanistan.French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo republished cartoons of Muhammad in September, before the trial of 14 people accused of involvement in a terrorist attack against the publication’s offices in 2015 for publishing the same caricatures.Macron has defended the publication, pledged to fight ‘Islamist separatists’ and said his country ‘would not give up cartoons’Anger towards Emmanuel Macron grows in Muslim world Continue reading... [...]

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Italy: people protesting against Covid restrictions clash with riot police in Rome – video


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 the 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 curfew for bars and restaurants and the closure of gyms, swimming pools, cinemas and theatresItaly to unveil lockdown relief package as protests continue Continue reading... [...]

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‘Apologise!’: Rudy Giuliani reacts angrily to questioning in Fox interview fiasco – video


Rudy Giuliani, the personal attorney to Donald Trump and former mayor of New York city, has been involved in a tense interview on the Fox Business channel during which he threatened to storm out.Recently embarrassed by his appearance in a compromising scene the new Borat movie, Giuliani was being pressed on the provenance of stories about what is claimed to be Hunter Biden’s laptop.Host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery suggested that the stories emanating from the ‘found’ laptop and reported by the New York Post were similar to the kind of broad smear that the famed Christopher Steele dossier makes about the president. This angered Giuliani, who said 'You better apologize for that!'Emails purporting to come from the laptop make the suggestion that a Ukrainian business partner contacted Hunter Biden about setting up a meeting with his father, the Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden. The laptop and emails have not been independently verified, and the New York Post is yet to produce any e [...]

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Trump says Covid numbers 'way down' despite surge in cases as US passes 226,000 deaths – video


President Donald Trump says Covid-19 cases in the US are ‘way down’ despite nearly half a million people contracting the virus in the country over the last seven days, according to a Reuters tally. Speaking one week out from the election at a campaign rally in Wisconsin, Trump made a baseless prediction that the media would say the country was doing ‘extremely well’ one day after the electionUS election roundup: Trump claims he ‘ended’ the pandemic as cases surgeFull US election 2020 coverage Continue reading... [...]

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'Let me finish': John Bolton clashes with BBC journalist Emily Maitlis over Trump – video


John Bolton, a former national security adviser to the Trump administration, gets into heated exchanges with BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis over why he did not appear at Donald Trump's impeachment trial. He repeatedly tells Maitlis to 'let him finish', and blames House Democrats for empowering Trump when they failed to convict him during the impeachment trial. Maitlis also pressed Bolton on why he worked alongside Trump despite admitting he saw him as corrupt and a threat to American security Continue reading... [...]

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