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Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 07:00
Honest Elections Project, part of network that pushed supreme court pick Brett Kavanaugh, is now focusing on voting restrictions. This story was reported in collaboration with OpenSecrets. A powerful new conservative organization fighting to restrict voting in the 2020 presidential election is really just a rebranded group that is part of a dark money network already helping Donald Trump’s to remake the US federal judiciary, the Guardian and OpenSecrets reveal.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 06:23
Cross-party group calls for ‘faster, further, fairer’ action to tackle climate and nature crisis. The UK needs to invest an additional £30bn a year in shovel-ready green projects to create jobs, energise the post-lockdown economy and put the country back on track to achieve its climate targets, a new cross-party commission recommends. In the most detailed blueprint to date for a green recovery from Covid-19, it also advises the government to make an initial down payment of £5bn into a national "just transition fund" that would support the regions likely to be worst affected by the shift away from fossil fuels.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 06:01
Loved ones pay tribute to those they have lost to the coronavirus pandemic, from a grandmother of seven to a 16-year-old. The worst pandemic in a century has claimed victims across the US. Some groups have been particularly vulnerable, with those over 65 making up a large proportion of the fatalities, though all generations have been affected.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 06:00
Country’s swift response is distinct from the handling of the HIV crisis 20 years ago. Have lessons been learnt? Twenty years ago Nelson Mandela made an for international cooperation on “one of the greatest threats humankind has faced”. Aids was ravaging lives and overwhelming health systems, at its peak killing up to 1,000 people a day in South Africa.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 05:54
Shop and restaurant discounts part of ¥1.35tn plan after 99% fall in numbers from overseas. Tourists to could soon be tucking into ramen and sushi, and buying souvenirs in the knowledge that a good portion of the bill will be picked up by the Japanese government. Under an initiative that could go into effect within a couple of months, Japan is to provide subsidies to travellers in an attempt to breathe life into the country’s coronavirus-hit tourist industry.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 05:48
Mark McGowan says initial email from the agriculture department did not raise red flags about coronavirus. The Western Australian premier, Mark McGowan, has been forced to acknowledge that his state’s health department was notified of sick crew members on board a live export vessel before it docked in Fremantle, but remains critical of the federal Department of Agriculture for not "backing up" such a significant message with "at least a phone call". The admission came after the federal agriculture minister, David Littleproud, defended the actions of his department in response to McGowan’s claim on Tuesday that he discovered sick crew were on the ship Al-Kuwait that day only by word of mouth from dock workers.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 05:11
Match played in defiance of rules limiting public gatherings to maximum of 10 people. Officials in Strasbourg have appealed for hundreds of spectators who attended an illegal football match at the weekend to be tested for Covid-19. The authorities fear a second wave of the pandemic in one of France’s worst affected regions; they have called on the estimated 400 people who took part in or watched the game to go to a testing centre set up at the European parliament building where they will be screened anonymously and without an appointment.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 03:30
With world’s attention on Covid-19, warnings that lack of measures to contain pandemic could lead to culling of record number of pigs. The African swine fever (ASF) pandemic will be even worse this year , say experts, warning that the spread of the highly contagious virus, which is fatal to pigs, is unrelenting. With world attention on the human viral pandemic of Covid-19, concern is growing that countries are not focusing enough on halting the spread of ASF through better biosecurity practices, cooperation on intensive vaccine development, or transparency regarding outbreaks.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 03:04
Live coverage of business, economics and financial markets. 8.04am. BST. As expected, European shares have gained at the opening bell. The FTSE 100 is up by 0.6%, while the more UK-focused FTSE 250 has gained 0.8% in early trades. 7.53am. BST. Good morning, and welcome to our live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets. Global stock markets rallied on Wednesday morning as the improving outlook on lockdown easing for the most part outweighed on Hong Kong. Thousands of armed police have flooded the streets of in an unprecedented show of force to prevent protests against a law criminalising ridicule of China’s national anthem. At lunchtime rallies police fired pepper bullets into crowds, appearing to hit one reporter, and de.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 02:30
Kayleigh McEnany offered a straight-faced defence of Trump’s wildest conspiracy theories during a Tuesday briefing. “I will never lie to you,” declared Kayleigh McEnany as the White House press secretary at the start of the month. “You have my word on that.”That would be a welcome change, reasoned critics of , but their hopes of a change in the way his administration communicates have been dashed.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 02:28
Pyliotis was jailed for 19 years for killing Elia Abdelmessih, whose bludgeoned body was found alongside a tin of mangoes and a Virgin Mary statue. A woman has had her murder conviction quashed after arguing she was denied a fair trial by a judge who labelled her lawyer’s questions "boring". At the also called Katia Pyliotis’s murder defence a "red herring calculated to mislead" and told lawyers that was what he would tell the jury.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 05/27/2020 02:15
Amnesty International alleges that at least 10,000 died while being wrongly held – some of them in a centre part funded by the UK. Widespread unlawful detention and torture by Nigerian security forces has aggravated the suffering of a generation of children and tens of thousands of people in north-east Nigeria, according to a new report. At least 10,000 victims – many of them children – have died in military detention, among the many thousands more arrested during a decade-long conflict with jihadist groups, according to Amnesty International.

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