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Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 21:29
As key diplomats testified in an open session, Democrats hoped to overcome the polarization that has defined Trump’s presidency. Shortly after 10am on Wednesday, a single sharp rap of the gavel launched the House intelligence committee’s , the 45th president of the United States. In the vaulted chambers of the ways and means committee, the House’s grandest and most ornate meeting room, the day’s – William Taylor, the top American diplomat in Ukraine, and George Kent, a senior state department official in charge of Ukraine policy – rose to their feet and solemnly raised their right hands to be sworn in.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 21:22
While the ibis may be trailing in , it has made it into the top 10 most commonly seen birds in the Aussie backyard bird count •. We recently took our children to Sydney for the first time. They loved it: the Manly ferry, the Opera House, hanging out on Bondi beach hoping to see some idiot tourist get pulled from the surf by the lifesavers from Bondi Rescue. But perhaps their most lasting memory was provided by an ibis foraging around Circular Quay. When the first fleet unloaded its scurvy-sickened crew at the same site in 1788, there were very probably no ibis lurking. Their natural home was the wetlands of the Murray-Darling basin. They only started to become regulars in Sydney during the 1950s – perhaps not coincidentally around the time o.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 21:08
cared more about investigating his political rival Joe Biden than the fate of Ukraine, according to dramatic testimony from a key witness in the first impeachment inquiry hearing before the American public. As Adam Schiff, the Democratic chair, gaveled the House intelligence committee into session, cameras from every major network carried the proceedings to millions of Americans, some of whom were encountering the allegations against Trump for the first time.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 20:54
Taxpayer-funded festivities are meant to honour praiseworthy citizens but critics say they have turned into an exercise in political patronage. In a bid to contain a blossoming scandal over lavish flower-viewing parties, Japan’s prime minister has cancelled annual taxpayer-funded festivities. Shinzo Abe’s move to shut down the 2020 party comes after criticism that the cost of the cherry blossom event has spiralled and has been misused for political purposes.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 20:54
Michael Gunner calls for ‘a healing process’ after police constable Zachary Wolfe, who was charged with the Indigenous teenager’s murder, was suspended on full pay. The Northern Territory’s chief minister and police commissioner have called for calm ahead of a rally in Alice Springs to mark the death of 19-year-old Kumanjayi Walker, who was last weekend in Yuendumu. The chief minister, Michael Gunner, said it was "his job to make sure the Territory goes through a healing process and goes back to normal as soon as possible".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 19:46
Danish university chief tells its 36 students to return home after dormitories set on fire. Dozens of foreign students have been urged to leave Hong Kong after another night of violence, with the battleground shifting to university campuses. Several Nordic students at Hong Kong Baptist University are being moved after anti-government demonstrators moved on to its grounds, and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) urged its 36 students in Hong Kong to return home.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 19:13
Climate-damaging emissions to climb until at least 2040, says report. The world’s thirst for oil will continue to grow over the next two decades, with climate-damaging emissions climbing until at least 2040, the global energy watchdog has warned — pointing the finger at the growing appetite for gas-guzzling cars. Growing demand for SUVs in the US, China, Europe and elsewhere could negate all the environmental benefits of the increased use of electric cars, the International Energy Agency (IEA) says.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 18:30
Urgent national action is needed to prevent serious declines in public health from climate change, the multi-institutional Countdown study says. The federal government’s lack of engagement on health and climate change has left Australians at significant risk of illness through heat, fire and extreme weather events, and urgent national action is required to prevent harm and deaths, a global scientific collaboration has found. On Thursday, international medical journal The Lancet published its Countdown report, a multi-institutional project led by University College in London that examines progress on climate change and health throughout the world.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 18:30
Lancet Countdown tracks impacts of global heating covering disease, wildfires and malnutrition. The climate crisis will determine the lifelong health of today’s children, doctors have warned, noting that global heating was already causing harm. Children are especially vulnerable and the global team of researchers say rising temperatures mean the bacteria causing deadly diarrhoea will thrive while poorer crop yields could lead to more malnutrition.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 17:39
Man’s body has been found in bushland at Willawarrin on the New South Wales mid-north coast, as the bushfire crisis continues to grip Queensland. A fourth person has been confirmed dead in bushfires ravaging NSW after his body was found northwest of Kempsey in the state’s mid-north coast. The man’s body was found in bushland on the southern end of the Kyuna Track at Willawarrin shortly before midnight on Wednesday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 17:25
David Elliott will face no further action after he admitted telling a driver who clipped his car that he ‘worked for the cops’. The NSW police minister will face no further action over a road rage incident where he told a P-plate driver he "worked for the cops". David Elliott denied grabbing the 17-year-old driver’s arm during the heated argument on a Sydney road in October but admitted he claimed to work for the police.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 16:21
President makes remarks as he hosts Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Trump’s own officials say military is fighting Isis. Donald Trump has insisted that the US military presence in Syria is "only for the oil", contradicting his own officials who have insisted that the remaining forces were there to fight Isis. Trump made his remarks while hosting Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, just over a month after the Turkish president launched an offensive into northeastern Syria, which has been formally condemned as destabilising by state department officials.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 15:00
Outgoing EU council chief gives implicit backing to Boris Johnson’s opponents. Donald Tusk has given his implicit backing to Boris Johnson’s opponents in the general election with a call for anti-Brexit campaigners to keep fighting in the month before Britain goes to the polls. In what he openly conceded was an unconventional move, the outgoing president of the European council made a pointed intervention in the UK’s general election debate with a thinly veiled message of solidarity for those seeking to unseat Johnson’s Conservatives.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 15:00
Artist becomes first African to win the prestigious prize, for embroidered pictures created following terrorist attack. •. J, a 45-year-old photographer from Ivory Coast, has become the first African artist to win the Prix Pictet. The announcement was made this evening in a ceremony at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London for the opening of an exhibition of the 12 shortlisted artists. The theme of the eighth , a global award for photography and sustainability, was Hope. The jury, which included , praised Choumali’s “brilliantly original meditation on the ability of the human spirit to wrest hope and resilience from even the most traumatic events”.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 14:57
Leaked emails show the Trump aide promoting white nationalist websites and touting Calvin Coolidge’s segregation-era policies. When the congresswoman Ilhan Omar called Donald Trump’s top immigration adviser, Stephen Miller, a white nationalist in April, the chorus of outrage from Republicans could not have been louder. Donald Trump Jr tweeted: "I see that the head of the Farrakhan Fan Club, @IlhanMN, took a short break from spewing her usual anti-semitic bigotry today to accuse a Jewish man of being a ‘white nationalist’ because she apparently has no shame."
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 14:42
PM tells South Yorkshire residents that government has been ‘on it round the clock’. Boris Johnson declined to apologise over his government’s slow response to the flooding across parts of the north of England, insisting that a "huge amount of work" was going on to help and compensate victims. The prime minister faced difficult questions over whether enough has been spent on flood defences in deluged regions of Yorkshire, the east Midlands and Lincolnshire, after giving a speech on how he would give billions of pounds to research and development.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 14:34
Damning CQC report on private Cygnet Acer clinic where patients could self harm and one died by using a ligature. A privately run mental health unit has been banned from admitting new patients after inspectors found numerous safety failings, one of which led to a resident dying by hanging. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has stopped the , in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, from accepting new inpatients.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 11/13/2019 14:28
Businesses and residents say they feel helpless as they brace for next high tides. As tourists posed for selfies at St Mark’s Square on Wednesday evening, shop owners mopped the floors of their premises and cleared debris while assessing the cost of the damage caused by . "An apocalypse happened," said Antonella Rossi, who owns a handmade jewellery shop under the portico that surrounds the square.

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