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France imposes four-week national lockdown to combat coronavirus


Emmanuel Macron calls for collective effort during ‘brutal brake’ after record number of new Covid-19 casesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFrance will enter a new month-long national lockdown from midnight on Thursday to apply a “brutal brake” on coronavirus infections, president Emmanuel Macron has announced.In a televised speech on Wednesday evening, Macron called for a “collective effort” to combat Covid-19, admitting recent efforts to contain the virus were “useful, but not enough”. Continue reading... [...]

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Dr Fauci praises Australia’s coronavirus response and Melbourne’s face mask rules


America’s top Covid expert says Victoria lockdown and mask-wearing struck right balance between health and economy and he wished US adopted same mentalityFollow the Thursday liveblogVictoria cases trend map; Full Australian Covid statsMelbourne’s restrictions; regional Victoria’s rulesSign up for Guardian Australia’s weekly coronavirus emailAmerica’s top infectious diseases expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, has praised Melbourne’s response to the coronavirus, saying he “wished” the US could adopt the same mentality.In an interview hosted by the University of Melbourne and the Melbourne-based Doherty Institute, Fauci said Australia was “one of the countries that has done actually quite well” in handling the virus. Continue reading... [...]

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Covid pressure on health visitors puts generation of babies at risk, charities say


NSPCC and others urge government to fund rebuilding of struggling support serviceCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA generation of babies born during the Covid-19 pandemic may be at risk because they and their parents are not being fully supported by health visitors in the weeks and months after birth, a coalition of children’s charities has said.The NSPCC and nine other early-years charities say restrictions to the service and redeployment of health visitors could mean thousands of families do not receive checks they are entitled to. Continue reading... [...]

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New Zealand house prices soar despite Covid recession, worsening affordability crisis


Property market posted an 11% rise in median values, masking rising homelessness and a widening social divide, critics say New Zealand house prices have defied the Covid-19 recession and soared to record levels, prompting warnings that the hot property market will damage the country’s long-term economic wellbeing and widen inequality.New Zealand, which already had some of the most unaffordable housing in the world, saw median prices rise 11.1 % in the year to September, while the median price in Auckland reached nearly $1m (US$660,000). Prices rose 2.5% across the country in September compared with August. Continue reading... [...]

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Coronavirus live news: India becomes second country to pass 8m cases; France braces for lockdown


France reimposes national lockdown; Iran suffers record deaths; China reports highest cases in two months. Follow latest updatesIndia passes 8m casesGlobal daily cases pass 500,000Germany to bring in new rules after record surge in casesEU leaders urged to aid transfer of patients between countriesSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.31am GMT India crossing 8m cases comes amod concerns grew over a major Hindu festival season and winter setting in, AP reports. Life in India is edging back to pre-virus levels with shops, businesses, subway trains and movie theaters reopening and the country’s third-largest state of Bihar with a population of about 122 million people holding elections.But health experts warn that mask and distancing fatigue is setting in and can lead to a fresh wave of infections. 4.20am GMT The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 16,774 to 481,013, data from the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases showed on Thursday.The reported death toll rose by 89 to 10,27 [...]

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US hospital systems facing 'imminent' threat of cyber attacks, FBI warns


An alert said malicious groups are targeting the healthcare sector with attacks designed to lock up information systems and steal dataFederal agencies have warned that the US healthcare system is facing an “increased and imminent” threat of cybercrime, and that cybercriminals are unleashing a wave of extortion attempts designed to lock up hospital information systems, which could hurt patient care just as nationwide cases of Covid-19 are spiking.In a joint alert Wednesday, the FBI and two federal agencies warned that they had “credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat to US hospitals and healthcare providers”. The alert said malicious groups are targeting the sector with attacks that produce “data theft and disruption of healthcare services”. Continue reading... [...]

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Biden and Obama to campaign in battleground state Michigan as election day nears – live


Supreme court rejects Republican efforts to shorten mail-in ballot deadlinesFauci says don’t expect post-pandemic normal until 2022Anonymous Trump critic revealed to be ex-DHS chief of staffWhat would the first 100 days of a Biden presidency look like?Trump aide preparing second-term immigration blitzSign up for Fight to Vote – our weekly US election newsletter 4.37am GMT “We can’t vote in San Quentin prison. So we held a mock election”Juan Haines and Kevin Sawyer , both incarcerated journalists at San Quentin prison, report: Related: We can't vote in San Quentin prison. So we held a mock election 4.15am GMT 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 hip-hop mogul faced immediate backlash for supposed hypocrisy and misogyny.Kenya Evelyn reports: Related: Ice Cube and 50 Cent highlight conservative faction among Black, male voters Continue reading... [...]

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Sassoon family collection of Jewish artefacts to be sold at auction


Unparalleled collection of one of the greatest Jewish dynasties in the world to go on sale in New YorkAn unparalleled collection of Judaica amassed by one of the greatest Jewish dynasties in the world and not seen in public for over a century is to be sold at auction.The trove of 68 items includes silver objects, Hebrew manuscripts and family artefacts collected by the Sassoon family. Some items date back to the 11th century, and they originate from countries from east Asia to western Europe. Continue reading... [...]

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Anonymous Trump critic revealed to be ex-homeland security chief of staff


Miles Taylor, who wrote article and subsequent book, claimed there was ‘a quiet resistance’ within the administrationUS politics – live updatesThe identity of Anonymous, a Trump official who claimed there was a “a quiet resistance” within the administration working to save America in a 2018 New York Times op-ed, has been revealed as Miles Taylor, a former chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security.The penning of the article, and a subsequent book on the same theme, sparked a slew of media coverage and wild Washington speculation as to the identity of the author. It also angered Donald Trump and many of his top officials, who launched a frantic and unsuccessful hunt for the mole throughout the White House staff and beyond. Continue reading... [...]

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Steer escapes Sydney private school and goes on the run on city's north shore


One-year-old steer broke through fence at St Ignatius College Riverview on Tuesday night and has been missing sinceA steer has escaped from an enclosure at a private all-boys school in Sydney and has been on the run for more than 24 hours.The one-year-old steer – a castrated bull calf – was brought to St Ignatius College Riverview in Sydney’s Lane Cove as part of the school’s agricultural education program. Continue reading... [...]

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Eight charged in alleged Chinese plot to coerce family to return from US


Five individuals arrested, with three believed to be in ChinaChinese government allegedly plotted to pressure ex-officialEight people have been charged with conspiring to work on behalf of China’s government in a plot to coerce a Chinese family in the US to return to their home country to face charges.Five of the individuals charged, including an American private investigator, were arrested on Wednesday in New Jersey, New York and California. The rest are believed to be in China, top justice department officials said in a news conference. Continue reading... [...]

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Typhoon Molave: hundreds search for missing after landslides in Vietnam


More than 10 dead following torrential rains brought by strongest storm in decadesVietnam deployed hundreds of soldiers and heavy machinery on Thursday to search for survivors after landslides triggered by torrential rains from Typhoon Molave, one of the strongest typhoons in the region in decades, the government said.The landslides, which hit remote areas in the central province of Quang Nam a day earlier, killed 13 with 40 missing as rescue efforts were hampered by bad weather at the tail end of the storm, the government said. Continue reading... [...]

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Seven new charges brought against adult film star Ron Jeremy


He has now been accused by 23 alleged victims and faces a total of 11 counts of rape, eight of sexual battery and 16 other sexual offensesPorn star Ron Jeremy was charged on Wednesday with an additional seven counts of rape and sexual assault, bringing to 23 the number of his alleged victims, the Los Angeles district attorney’s office said.Jeremy, 67, one of the biggest names in the adult film industry, was initially charged in June with raping three women and sexually assaulting a fourth, but more women have come forward to police since then. Continue reading... [...]

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Hurricane Zeta kills one in Louisiana as category 2 storm bashes coast


Rain and winds pummeled the New Orleans metro area, a region already hit by multiple storms this yearHurricane Zeta slammed into the storm-weary Gulf coast on Wednesday, pelting the New Orleans metro area with rain and howling winds that ripped apart buildings, knocked out power to thousands and threatened to push up to 9ft of sea water inland in a region already pounded by multiple storms this year.The storm killed at least one person, a 55-year-old man who a Louisiana coroner said was electrocuted by a downed power line, and officials said life-threatening conditions would last into Thursday. Continue reading... [...]

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Philippines local police chief killed by fighting cockerel


Officer was taking part in raid on cockfights when one of the birds severed his femoral arteryThe 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. Continue reading... [...]

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Drag Race stars get political: 'People were like, you queens should stick to wigs and makeup'


They’ve been told to stick to makeup. But for RuPaul queens Latrice Royale, Peppermint and Alaska, and the legendary Lady Bunny, channelling drag’s revolutionary spirit is a must in 2020Drag and activism have always gone hand in hand. In June 1969, Marsha P Johnson, a Black drag performer reputedly threw the first brick in the Stonewall uprising in New York City; the violence that followed inspired LGBTQ+ people the world over to stand up to oppression and discrimination. Now, 51 years later, drag is more visible than ever, due in no small part to the multiple Emmy award-winning reality series RuPaul’s Drag Race. The show has given a powerful platform to a new generation of drag, trans and non-binary performers. And, whereas early activists often had to contend with police batons, water cannon and prison cells, these queens have more freedom to speak their minds.“Drag has always been a stronghold against shitty politicians,” says Alaska, in her trademark vocal fry. The ferociously witty winner of Ru [...]

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Girl, 14, arrested in West Sussex murder inquiry


Teenager arrested in south London after 24-year-old man found with serious injuries in CrawleyA teenage girl has been arrested over the murder of a man in West Sussex.Emergency services were called to Russell Way in Three Bridges, Crawley, at 9pm on Tuesday where they found a 24-year-old man with serious injuries, Sussex police said in a statement. 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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Wole Soyinka to publish first novel in almost 50 years


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 lockdownWole Soyinka has used his time in lockdown to write his first novel in almost 50 years.The Nigerian playwright and poet, who became the first African to win the Nobel prize for literature in 1986, published his widely celebrated debut novel, The Interpreters, in 1965. His second and most recent novel, Season of Anomy, was released in 1973. Continue reading... [...]

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Removal of Djab Wurrung people and destruction of trees on sacred site illegal, lawyers argue


Work on highway in Victoria’s Ararat has stopped while an injunction is sought relating to trees of significance to Indigenous peopleStopping Djab Wurrung people from attending a sacred Aboriginal site and the removal of trees for a proposed highway duplication in western Victoria is harmful and illegal, lawyers have argued.A temporary ban on work on the Western Highway at Ararat has been extended until 5pm on Thursday while lawyers seek an injunction relating to six trees of significance to local Indigenous people. 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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'Just 15 minutes out every day': a teenage prisoner's life during Covid


One young inmate tells how being locked up alone for hours and not being able to see his family affected his mental healthUK Covid policy for children in detention ‘cruel and inhumane’, says UN expertFor five months, 16-year-old Sean* spent around 23 hours a day in his cell. He tried to get through the time by doing puzzles and calling his lawyer, asking her again and again to help him get bail.When he arrived at the secure training centre (STC) it was already in lockdown. He was just 15. “I had to go into total isolation for the first two weeks, just 15 minutes out every day. It was my first time in custody and at first I thought this is OK, it’s a chance to slow things down. But after two weeks it began to affect me. You couldn’t do anything. I could hear voices calling on the wing, but I only saw the guard.” 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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We thought Reagan was the devil – then came Trump. America, we're rooting for you | Ian Martin


Veep writer Ian Martin once raged against the Gipper. Forty years later, the US is saddled with a human cronutDear America,HEY! How you guys doing? Longtime British Americanophile “reaching out” across the Atlantic. I’m here to heart you, USA. I’m like “hope the hurting stops soon” (strong-arm mid-tone emoji). 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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