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Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 03:00
Familiar issues of discrimination and child marriage are being taken to the stage through interactive theatre in remote villages. High in the mountains of a remote village in western – a region once home to a – a large crowd is gathering. Women arrive with babies strapped to their fronts; children sit at the edge of the makeshift stage; local officials take up ad hoc seats.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 03:00
Biden accused Trump of pouring fuel ‘on every single racist fire’. Last night’s coverage:. 8.00am. BST. Racial injustice was another area where the two men clashed last night. Accusing Trump of being “one of the most racist presidents we’ve had in modern history”, Biden said that the president “pours fuel on every single racist fire. ... This guy has a dog whistle about as big as a foghorn.”Trump asserted that “I am the least racist person in this room.”7.57am. BST. Lois Beckett last night was keeping an eye for us on of the two men in the debate. She writes:. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was perceived as the winner of the final debate with on Thursday night, according to a CNN poll of debate viewers and a panel of undecided North.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 02:20
Prime minister says he wants experts to develop ‘innovative’ solutions to help clear backlog of 30,000 stranded Australians. Smartphone apps and wearable surveillance devices including ankle bracelets are among options that could allow returning travellers to quarantine at home rather than in a hotel, a review has suggested. The national hotel quarantine review was released on Friday with the prime minister, Scott Morrison, stating all options were on the table and he would let "experts" develop "innovative" solutions.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 02:15
Trump has pleaded to suburban women ‘will you please like me’ – but nationally, Biden has the largest lead among women in modern history. When Sandy Orth reads in the Bible, which advises good Christians to steer clear of "lovers of themselves, lovers of money, [the] boastful, proud, abusive", the first person she is reminded of is the US president. Orth, an evangelical Christian from the suburbs of Des Moines, Iowa, voted for Donald Trump in 2016 but will be voting for his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, in 2020.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 02:15
Violent enforcement of lockdown has led to legal action aiming to force police reform and accountability. A nervous energy filled downtown Mombasa on the afternoon of 27 March. It was the first day of Kenya’s dusk-to-dawn curfew to curb the spread of Covid-19, and baton-wielding police were patrolling the streets of the coastal city as people rushed to get home. Confrontation was expected. Kenya’s police have a reputation for being heavy-handed even without the excuse of enforcing a nationwide curfew. But no one anticipated the brutality that was about to take place. The centre of the violence was the Likoni ferry terminal. Huge crowds had built up as commuters tried to get on ferries which were running at lower capacity due to new social di.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 02:06
Donald Trump and Joe Biden have squared off over immigration policies, including the US government being unable to locate the parents of more than 500 immigrant children. 'Children are brought here by coyotes and lots of bad people, cartels, and they're brought here and they used to use them to get into our country. We now have as strong a border as we've ever had,' Trump said. The president also criticised immigration under the previous Obama-Biden administration, including the catch and release policy, saying 'those with the lowest IQ' were the only ones who returned for an immigration hearing.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 02:00
Cooke shines as the title character, a wannabe art student who plans to rob drug-dealing priest Alec Baldwin of a valuable haul. Pixie is her name and trouble is her game. “She won’t just break you, she’ll take a Kalashnikov to your heart,” is the warning at the start of this hectic gangster comedy from St Trinian’s director Barnaby Thompson. It features a strong lead performance from Olivia Cooke as Pixie, the step-daughter of a smalltime gangster in the west of Ireland. She’s written as a 21st-century femme fatale, a woman who uses her brains, beauty and cunning to sucker a succession of chumpish men into helping her rob drug dealers of MDMA with a street value of €1m. Her grand plan is to run away to art school in San Francisco.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:38
Trump tried to change his tone, Biden calls the president a racist and ‘Bidencare’ is now a thing. In the days leading up to the debate, Donald Trump’s advisers urged the president to stay calmer than he was at the first presidential debate in Cleveland last month, when he was widely criticized for repeatedly and aggressively interrupting his Democratic presidential rival, Joe Biden.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:25
Donald Trump has defended his handling of race issues in the US, declaring three times during the final presidential debate he is 'the least racist person in this room'. Trump was questioned on his handling of incidents such as describing the Black Lives Matter movement as a symbol of hate and saying protesting Black athletes should be fired. Presidential rival Joe Biden called Trump "one of the most racist presidents we've had in modern history. He pours fuel on every racist fire", before adding "this guy has a dog whistle about as big as a foghorn"
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:06
In the final TV debate, the president reached for the playbook from four years ago – but was notably outmanoeuvred. “He’s a very confused guy,” Democratic candidate Joe Biden said of Donald Trump during Thursday night’s debate. “He thinks he’s running against somebody else. He’s running against Joe Biden. I beat all those other people because I disagree with them.”That summed up why Trump lost his last ever US presidential debate and, opinion polls suggest, is losing the election.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:04
Donald Trump presented a fantasy world in which fossil fuels are ‘very clean’ but realpolitik tempers Biden’s climate crisis stance. In Donald Trump’s world – laid bare during Thursday night’s final presidential debate with his Democratic rival Joe Biden in Nashville – fossil fuels are "very clean", the US has the best air and water despite his administration’s extensive regulatory rollbacks, and the country can fix climate change by planting trees. Related:
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:00
It had big backers and star names, but short-form Netflix rival failed to deliver content in the way people want to consume it. When some of the biggest names in Hollywood and Wall Street linked arms with some of the best-known business executives and tech firms, it looked like their plan to become the Netflix of mobile streaming – with bite-size TV and film content designed to appeal to viewers on the move – would be a sure-fire winner. Barely six months after launch, Quibi, named after the "quick bites" of content of less than 10 minutes, has .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:00
29-year-old spent two days at centre after being rescued from dinghy. Abia* is a 29-year-old female asylum seeker who fled the conflict in Yemen and arrived at the Kent intake unit in the middle of July 2020. Her journey through seven countries had been difficult before she reached Calais where she paid smugglers for a place on an overcrowded dinghy with 20 others – four women, one child and 15 men.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:00
Chief inspector of prisons says arrangements at Tug Haven site are not fit for even small numbers of people. Hundreds of wet and cold migrants were forced to spend hours in cramped containers on a "rubble-strewn building site" after arriving in the UK on small boats, a report has revealed. In a rare insight into how newly arrived asylum seekers are treated by authorities, prison inspectors visited Tug Haven in Dover, where migrants are first taken from the beach or sea, and found a shortage of dry clothing and other basic supplies.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 01:00
Twenty years ago he was one of the world’s hottest young actors, before he retreated – and ended up in Surrey. He explains why he had to leave Hollywood – and what he knew about Harvey Weinstein. Josh Hartnett is sitting at home in Surrey, thinking about the time he was asked to play Superman. “I had this idea that because he lives in this world where he can’t touch anything without it flying across the room, he has become almost afraid of himself and his own power. He doesn’t know how to be Superman any more. He’s so afraid, he has become almost neutered by the experience of living on Earth, where he can blow things up just by looking at them.”The studio demurred – “They didn’t really want a fear-based character at the centre of their movi.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 00:34
Environmental organisation says ‘dangerous’ levels of carbon-14 exist in water that could soon be released into Pacific ocean. Contaminated water that will reportedly be released into the sea from the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant contains a radioactive substance that has the potential to damage human DNA, a Greenpeace investigation has said. The environmental group claims the 1.23m tonnes of water stored in more than 1,000 tanks at the plant contains "dangerous" levels of the radioactive isotope carbon-14, in addition to quantities of tritium that have already been widely reported.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 00:24
Force says Austrac has not advised it of ‘suspicious activity’ in the transactions after Italian allegations of connection to George Pell trial. Victoria police has confirmed being made aware of payments from the Vatican to Australia, but says that without evidence of "suspicious activity" it is not investigating them. On Tuesday, Australia’s financial crimes watchdog, Austrac, revealed it had provided information to the federal and Victorian police after it was asked to examine allegations that €700,000 (A$1.1m) had been paid from Vatican funds, allegedly in connection with George Pell’s court matters.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 00:22
Insurance Australia Group says ‘significant cultural heritage sites and important natural habitats’ could be damaged. Insurance Australia Group no longer supports raising the height of Warragamba dam because of the "probable loss" of significant cultural heritage sites and natural habitats. IAG’s chair Elizabeth Bryan announced the decision to pull back from its initial support at the company’s annual general meeting on Friday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/23/2020 00:07
Former national security contractor fled US in 2013 after leaking documents on American government surveillance operations. The former US has been granted permanent residency in Russia, his lawyer said on Thursday. Snowden, a former contractor with the National Security Agency, has been living in Russia since 2013 to escape prosecution in the US after leaking classified documents detailing government surveillance programs.

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