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Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 19:36
Global death toll reaches 1,770 with first case in Taiwan, as Canada prepares to airlift its citizens from Japan cruise ship. Follow live news and latest updates. 12.00am. GMT. Hello and welcome to the Guardian’s live coverage of the coronavirus outbreak. The epicentre of the outbreak – Hubei province – has reported 100 new deaths in its daily update of figures on Monday, with 1,933 new infections.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 19:01
IT glitches described by a passenger as ‘utter chaos’ badly disrupted flight schedules. airport has apologised after thousands of passengers had their flights cancelled or severely delayed due to "technical issues" affecting its departure boards and check-in systems. The situation at the airport on Sunday was described on Twitter by one passenger as "utter chaos", while another shared pictures of whiteboards displaying handwritten flight numbers and destinations.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 19:01
Rise driven by strong market performances in North America and emerging economies. Companies paid out a record $1.43tn (£1.10tn) in dividends to shareholders around the world last year. The record-breaking annual dividend payout from listed companies was driven by in North America and emerging economies, including by some unusually high special dividends, although global economic uncertainty slowed the annual pace of growth.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 17:30
Mining giant allowed 13% increase in emissions in three years under Coalition policy that promised to crack down on pollution from big industry. Mining giant BHP has repeatedly applied and been granted approval to increase its emissions under an Australian government policy that promised to limit carbon pollution from big industry. Government data shows BHP exceeded its initial emissions limits, set under the scheme known as the "safeguard mechanism", at eight of its 14 large Australian industrial sites since 2016-17.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 14:00
Washington becomes first US state to legalise practice as interest in green burials surges in UK. It is viewed as a fitting end for a banana skin or a handful of spent coffee grounds. But now people are being urged to consider human composting and other environmentally friendly “deathcare” options. Speaking before a talk at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Seattle on Sunday, Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, a professor of soil science and sustainable agriculture at Washington State University, said: “Death certainly isn’t the biggest environmental impact we have in our life process. But we can still look for new alternatives.”
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 13:26
Emmett McConomy, whose 11-year-old brother died in 1982, said cases ‘not going away’. A man whose 11-year-old brother was killed by a soldier in Northern Ireland nearly 40 years ago has warned that victims’ families "were not going to go away" if the British government tried to introduce an amnesty for military personnel. Emmett McConomy, whose older brother Stephen was shot in the back of the head with a plastic bullet, said the new Northern Ireland secretary, Brandon Lewis, needed to understand the strength of feeling among families who had not yet seen cases involving British soldiers come to court.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 13:07
Didsbury | Pitt the Younger | Nietzsche’s moustache | Marmalade songs | Aldi marmalade. I read your report that Londoners are moving northwards, especially to Leeds, Sheffield and Newcastle. (, 15 February). I suggest they consider the delights of south Manchester where, for decades, Didsbury has been known as a place full of southerners trying to live like northerners, and northerners trying to live like southerners. A warm welcome awaits. Colin Burke Didsbury, Manchester. • You state that Rishi Sunak at 39 “narrowly misses out on being the youngest person ever” to hold the position of chancellor of exchequer, beaten by George Osborne at a mere 38 (, 14 February). In fact, both these politicians are almost superannuated in comparison with Wi.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 12:00
Expert says technology deployed is based on outdated science and therefore is unreliable. Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems that companies claim can "read" facial expressions is based on outdated science and risks being unreliable and discriminatory, one of the world’s leading experts on the psychology of emotion has warned. Lisa Feldman Barrett, professor of psychology at Northeastern University, said that such technologies appear to disregard a growing body of evidence undermining the notion that the basic facial expressions are universal across cultures.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 11:57
Singer ‘deeply upset and sorry’ for cutting short farewell concert in Auckland. Sir Elton John has said he is "deeply upset and sorry" for cutting short a concert in New Zealand after being diagnosed with a mild form of pneumonia. The musician, 72, was performing at Auckland’s Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday when he lost his voice and broke down in tears on stage.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 11:30
Doctor’s believe Amirah’s blackened fingers cannot be saved, as temperatures in squalid camp for family members of Isis fighters fall below zero. A three-year-old Australian girl held in al-Hawl camp in Syria will likely lose her fingers to frostbite, unable to be properly treated during a brutal winter in the squalid camp. Amirah is one of 47 Australian children being detained in the sprawling detention camp for the family members of Islamic State fighters, as the north-east of Syria endures a bitterly cold winter.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 11:30
Downstream communities furious after northern Murray-Darling Basin irrigators told harvesting embargo to be lifted. New South Wales bureaucrats sought urgent advice from major cotton farmers about how recent rainfall might damage their water harvesting infrastructure, in an apparent effort to justify giving them the green light to , rather than letting it flow downstream. On it would restrict the harvesting of overland flows throughout the northern Murray-Darling Basin for the first time, because it was "in the public interest".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 11:26
Malaysian minister questions precautions taken after passengers left MS Westerdam. Concerns have been raised over the handling of passengers who disembarked from a cruise ship in Cambodia on Friday after one of them was confirmed to have the new coronavirus following a second test carried out in Malaysia. Scores of passengers who left the MS Westerdam, which had been at sea for two weeks after leaving Hong Kong on 1 February, have since travelled on to other destinations.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 11:09
Taxi driver with diabetes and hepatitis B is fifth fatality outside mainland China. A taxi driver has died from the coronavirus in Taiwan, marking the first such death on the island and the fifth fatality outside mainland China from an epidemic that has curbed travel and disrupted global supply chains. The health minister, Chen Shih-chung, said during a news conference on Sunday that the deceased was a 61-year-old man who had diabetes and hepatitis B. Taiwan has to date reported 20 confirmed cases.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 09:59
Diamond Princess evacuations to begin as China announces death toll in country up to 1.665. Hundreds of American passengers were poised to leave the Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined in Japan, as local health authorities said a further 70 people onboard had tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total to 355. The expected removal of US citizens from the ship, moored at Yokohama, south of Tokyo, came as other countries said they would fly their citizens home just four days before the official quarantine set by Japanese health authorities was set to end.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 09:58
Conservative talk radio host questions whether Americans are ready to vote for a gay candidate for president. The Democratic contender Pete Buttigieg is "not going to take lectures on family values" from Rush Limbaugh, the conservative talk radio host honoured by Donald Trump who has questioned whether Americans are ready to vote for a gay candidate for president. Related:
Guardian (United Kingdom) 02/16/2020 09:37
Top diplomats disagreed over the global relevance of the west at the Munich Security Conference. The chosen theme of the Munich Security Conference – once a party for Nato and now a Davos for the world’s diplomats – was “westlessness”. The organisers wanted to capture the fear that the west is now so divided and challenged by the rise of China its whole existence has become imperilled. It was not a concept that won universal acclaim. Margrethe Vestager, the EU vice president, hit back in one session: “I never thought about westlessness before. Are we here discussing our own depression and asking the rest of the world to join in as a sort of collective mindfulness exercise? I don’t really don’t get this.” European values – the rule of law and.

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