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Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 20:35
‘Special measures’ declared to tackle ‘emergency’ in country, as two Australian cruise ship passengers test positive on arrival home. Follow latest news. 1.02am. GMT. Hello and welcome to the Guardian’s live coverage of the coronavirus outbreak. China has recorded 889 new cases , up from 394 recorded on Thursday. There were also 1 18 new deaths , compared to 114 the day before.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 20:10
With Didi launching in Sydney alongside Uber, Ola and Bolt, we weigh up each of Australia’s major rideshare platforms. On 16 March, Chinese ridesharing app Didi will launch in Sydney. Already available in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth, the app promises “a safe, reliable and value-for-money way to get around”, according to Lyn Ma, Didi Australia’s general manager. That “value-for-money” statement will certainly be true in the first few weeks following the app’s launch – it is offering riders who sign up before launch a 50% discount on their first four weeks of rides, up to the value of $1200.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 19:42
LNP senator has two properties worth more than $1m, while MP says one entry ‘outdated’ and some entity names ‘incorrect’. The resources, water and northern Australia minister, Keith Pitt, and Nationals senator Matt Canavan will both update their register of interests over errors in relation to interests in investment properties. Canavan will amend his register to declare two properties worth more than $1m after relied on an incorrect reading of rules that interests disclosed to previous parliaments do not need to be re-declared.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 19:34
The call for technology before action is a specious distraction designed to paper over the plan to take no action. If you’re committed to the Paris agreement – to keep the increase in global average temperature to well below two degrees above pre-industrial levels, and pursue efforts to limit the increase to 1.5 degrees – then at a minimum , logically, scientifically, you’re committed to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. So far, at least , as has every state and territory in Australia.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 19:12
New campaign includes advice on how to prevent and treat an infestation, and a number to call for expert help. The French government launched a campaign Thursday, complete with an emergency number, to combat an influx of unwelcome visitors that have left Parisians in despair: bedbugs that have settled in homes and hotels to feed, uninvited, on human blood. After disappearing from France in the 1950s, the insects have made a resurgence, according to the ministry of housing, which cited international travel and growing resistance to insecticide as the main causes.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 19:09
Commissioner says Detective Inspector Mark Thompson ‘gutted’ at phrasing he used about Camp Hill car fire deaths in Brisbane. The Queensland police commissioner, Katarina Carroll, apologised on Friday for while appealing for information into the deaths of a woman and her three children in Brisbane. Detective Inspector Mark Thompson said police were keeping an "open mind" as to whether the were a case of a "husband being driven too far by issues" or a woman and children suffering extreme domestic violence.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 19:01
Study by thinktank Bright Blue finds 70,000 homes built in England on highest-risk land. Tens of thousands of families who bought new homes in flood-risk areas are facing "crippling" financial costs, as they are ineligible for cover under a government-backed insurance scheme, a study has found. Research by the liberal conservative thinktank Bright Blue found that 70,000 homes had been built on land at the highest risk of flooding in England since 2009, including 20,000 that were not protected by flood defences.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 18:56
Briefing to members of Congress is said to have led to abrupt removal of acting director of national intelligence. US intelligence officials are reported to have warned members of Congress last week that Russia was trying to interfere in the 2020 election campaign in favour of Donald Trump, in a briefing that led to the abrupt removal of the acting director of national intelligence. When Trump heard about the briefing, he blamed the acting DNI, Joseph Maguire in the Oval Office, over what the president saw as disloyalty, .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 18:30
Despite the lack of cases, people are still concerned about coronavirus in Australia. Here’s what you need to know. As of Wednesday 15 cases of coronavirus cases had been confirmed in Australia, with the federal department of health stating of those, eight people have recovered with the rest in a stable condition. Despite the mild symptoms and lack of cases in Australia, some people are nonetheless concerned about what they should do if they begin to experience flu-like symptoms given there are 73,332 confirmed cases globally. There have been 1,873 deaths, however just three of those have occurred outside of China.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 17:36
Amy Berman Jackson reprimands Trump ally and reminds the court ‘he was prosecuted for covering up for the president’. Roger Stone, a longtime friend of Donald Trump and a self-styled dirty trickster of American politics, showed little emotion as he stood, squeezed between his defense team, at the front of the courtroom to await his sentence on Thursday. Related:
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 17:05
‘Tongue-in-cheek’ clip falsely suggesting candidate silenced his rivals will not be removed from Instagram. A heavily edited video of Mike Bloomberg’s performance at Wednesday’s democratic debate in Nevada has prompted fresh questions about disinformation policies on social media platforms. The video posted by the Bloomberg campaign to Instagram on Thursday paints a flattering portrait of the former New York mayor’s , , showing Bloomberg’s Democratic rivals responding with an extended silence after Bloomberg says he is the "only one here, I think, that’s ever started a business".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 16:57
Man, who has name suppression, to spend at least 17 years in prison after murder of British backpacker that shocked New Zealand. The New Zealand man of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum non-parole period of 17 years. The man appeared in Auckland’s high court on Friday morning, and his sentencing was overseen by Justice Simon Moore.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 16:39
Donald Trump said longtime ally Roger Stone had a ‘very good chance of exoneration’, addressing the case for the first time since his former associate was sentenced at a Las Vegas event on Thursday 20 February. Trump also said the jury foreman in Stone’s case, was ‘totally tainted’ and an an ‘anti-Trump activist’. After issuing a series of commutations and pardons earlier this week, speculation that the Donald Trump will pardon Roger Stone has intensified.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 16:31
Residents of Novi Sanzhary march against over 70 people being quarantined in their village. Ukraine’s effort to quarantine more than 70 people evacuated from China over the new was plunged into chaos on Thursday as local residents hurled stones at buses carrying the evacuees and engaged in violent clashes with police. The vehicles were finally able to reach the designated place of quarantine after hours of clashes.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 15:48
Letter offers scathing criticism of police’s continued use of tactics against Indigenous people amid growing protest over gas pipeline. Canadian federal police had "no legal authority" to make ID checks and searches on on Indigenous territory, according to newly-released correspondence from the force’s oversight body. The nine-page letter written by Michelaine Lahaie, chairperson of the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP, offers scathing criticism of the police’s continued use of tactics against Indigenous people which she had previously warned against.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 15:03
Announcement could rock Benny Gantz’ campaign to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu. Israeli prosecutors plan to launch a criminal investigation into a bankrupted former start-up headed by opposition leader Benny Gantz, who is set to face off against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an election less than two weeks away. In a statement released on Thursday night, the Justice Ministry said police would investigate the failed cybersecurity firm, Fifth Dimension.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 14:58
Assange’s European defence team say it is their duty to raise case with Emmanuel Macron. Julian Assange’s European defence team have said they will try to seek asylum for him in France. Hearings over Assange’s extradition from the UK to the US on spying charges are due to start next week in London. Éric Dupond-Moretti said the “fate and the status of all journalists” was at stake in Assange’s case. “We consider the situation is sufficiently serious,” he said, “that our duty is to talk about it” with the French president, Emmanuel Macron.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/20/2020 14:26
Labour leader says he would ‘see what it is’ before deciding on any offers after departure. Jeremy Corbyn has held open the possibility he could stay on as a Labour frontbencher after stepping down as party leader, declining to rule out the idea of serving in the next shadow cabinet. Asked about the possibility during a visit to flood-hit areas in south Wales, he said that if offered a frontbench post he would "see what it is".

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