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Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 02:15
Displaced populations across the Middle East, already in cramped, unhygienic conditions, face a health catastrophe as infections rise. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic an abiding fear had stalked the world’s most vulnerable populations. Millions of people displaced by conflict in the Middle East watched with alarm as Europe and the west withered under a caseload that stretched first-world healthcare systems to their limits. They saw field hospitals being set up in capitals. Governments buckling under the strain. The . It seemed inevitable that the contagion would reach those less able to absorb its impact. And now, as second and third waves of Covid-19 surge around the globe, worst fears are being realised. Several months into the crisis,
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 02:00
For three weeks, two teams from Agence France-Presse followed Walid, a Kuwaiti, Falah, an Iraqi, and his two daughters, from the town of Grande-Synthe in northern France to Dover via the choppy waters of the Channel. Photographs by Sameer Al-Doumy. Text by by Clement Melki, Sameer Al-Doumy, Thomas Bernardi with the London bureau. Sameer Al-Doumy is a Syrian photographer born in Douma. He has spent seven years covering the war that has wracked his country since the 2011 uprising, including three years documenting human rights violations in his hometown. In late 2014, he began working for Agence France-Press as a self-taught freelance photographer. He believes in photography as a way to achieve change and justice. Sameer has had to leave Syria.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:50
Michelle Loielo will argue at trial the Melbourne curfew has put her business at risk and breaches her human rights. ;. A legal challenge brought by a Victorian cafe owner who is arguing the state’s tough lockdown measures put her small business at risk and breached her human rights will be heard in a judge-only trial before the supreme court over two days from Monday. The suit was filed by Michelle Loielo, who owns a cafe on the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne’s south-east.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:43
Humanoid robot can take a knee, no mean feat when you are18 metres tall. It stands just over 18 metres tall and weighs 25 tonnes. And, after years of painstaking work, a life-size Japanese Gundam has just proved to its legions of fans that it really can move. Modelled on one of the robots from the hugely popular 1970s anime series Mobile Suit Gundam, the huge machine was put through its paces this week at its new home in the the port city of Yokohama.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:27
Labour’s Covid policies and popularity means the opposition is effectively cornered when it comes to presenting a different choice to voters. Its record on eliminating Covid-19 and has drawn praise for New Zealand from around the world. Now, the centre-left Labour party, led by the wildly popular Jacinda Ardern, faces an election bolstered by their success in containing the virus – but darkened by the shadow of the country’s worst recession in years. At the polls on 17 October, voters will be asked to choose between slightly different approaches to who would be allowed to enter the country, whether border quarantine should be government-managed or partially privatised, and the best economic recipe to recover from the pandemic.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:14
US president says it could have been 2.5 million deaths; Japan considers easing border controls; WHO announces record weekly cases. President Donald Trump has said the 200,000 US deaths from coronavirus were "a shame" in response to a reporter’s question about the milestone in the country’s fight against the pandemic. As Trump was departing for an election campaign event in Pittsburgh he told the media: "I think if we didn’t do it properly and do it right, you’d have 2.5 million deaths."
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:00
Court says acting immigration minister ‘cannot place himself above the law’ in judgment that opens Tudge to sanctions for contempt of court. Alan Tudge unlawfully deprived an asylum seeker of his liberty, leaving him in detention for five days because he thought the tribunal that ordered his release got the law wrong. In on Wednesday, the federal court found the acting immigration minister "engaged in conduct which can only be described as criminal" – exposing him to both civil and potentially criminal sanctions for contempt of court.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:00
Extreme weather, locust invasions and violence have forced people to flee their homes. Millions of people were uprooted from their homes by conflict, violence and natural disasters in the first six months of this year, research has found. Nearly 15m new internal displacements were recorded in more than 120 countries between January and June by the Swiss-based Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC).
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:00
Andrew Weissmann will publish memoir next week. ‘You could almost feel the spittle coming off the paper,’ he writes. Donald Trump’s original draft statement justifying his firing of the former FBI director James Comey was "tinfoil helmet material", according to a top prosecutor who worked for the special counsel Robert Mueller, and who in a new book calls the draft "excruciatingly juvenile, disorganized and brimming with spite, incoherent and narcissistic". Related:
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 01:00
When the scale of the coronavirus pandemic became clear in March, people with symptoms were advised to contact NHS 111. Olufemi did so. But his family fear he was given the wrong advice. Curled up in the foetal position in the passenger seat of his ex-girlfriend’s car, weeping uncontrollably, Lobby Akinnola didn’t want the journey to ever end, but he also wanted to get there – now. What was waiting for him at the end of the two-hour drive from Lobby’s London flatshare to his family home in Leamington Spa was unimaginably harrowing: his beloved dad, Olufemi Akinnola, lying dead on the living room floor. Lobby’s mum, Atinuke, had found him that morning, 26 April. The family had thought he was recovering from Covid-19, but they had been wrong.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 00:42
Former rebel commander says law and order a priority, and says issue of PNG independence needs swift resolution. Ishmael Toroama, a former secessionist military commander turned peacemaker and cocoa farmer, has been elected the president of , in a further fillip for the province’s push for independence from Papua New Guinea. "We conducted a clean campaign, we did not give money to the voters and we did not intimidate any voters: people have used their God-given wisdom to vote for the right candidate," Toroama told state broadcaster after his victory was announced.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 00:31
Labor, Greens, independents, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers, Animal Justice party and One Nation join forces in the upper house. A crucial law that would have legalised floodplain harvesting in New South Wales while the government devises a comprehensive licensing scheme has been disallowed, leaving the status of the practice in limbo. In a rare defeat for the NSW government, Labor, the Greens, independents, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers, the Animal Justice party and One Nation joined forces in the upper house last night to , which would have allowed "passive take" of floodwaters.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 00:26
Experts say new policy enables government to decide who is a journalist and curbs power of student and online journalism. Hong Kong authorities have moved to further constrain the city’s free press with an announcement by police that they would no longer recognise certain types of media accreditation. Critics accused the police force of infringing the constitutionally enshrined free press, by attempting to create a government licensing system and reduce independent monitoring of their activities.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/23/2020 00:22
Qantas and Jetstar say they have sold 6,500 seats in the past 24 hours and will increase domestic flights as a result of state borders reopening. ;. ;. ;. Domestic airlines have sold thousands of seats in the past 24 hours and will triple flights on some routes as borders reopen and new Covid cases continue to drop. South Australia is set to open its borders to New South Wales on Wednesday night, after NSW registered no new cases of community transmission for the second day in a row.
Realities of the pandemic intervene in Russian theatre’s bold plans for new season. The Bolshoi’s doors have stayed open even in times of revolution and war. So after coronavirus forced the longest hiatus in the Moscow theatre’s schedule for more than two centuries, it was eager to bounce back. Plans were announced over summer for something approaching a full season of opera and ballet across its three stages, and on 6 September, the theatre started the season with an all-star cast performing Verdi’s Don Carlo, even as Moscow continued to record hundreds of new Covid cases every day.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/22/2020 22:58
Investigation into alleged importation of firearms parts leads police to arrest of 36-year-old in NSW over alleged offences. A man in country New South Wales has been arrested as part of an investigation involving US Homeland Security for allegedly importing illegal firearm parts and drug manufacturing equipment. NSW police, Australian Border Force and Homeland Security investigators raided the man’s house in south Bathurst about 6am on Wednesday, NSW police confirmed in a media release.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/22/2020 21:29
Tesla CEO acknowledged the design and manufacturing process of the new cells, which he says will be half as expensive, is not complete. Elon Musk described a new generation of electric vehicle batteries that will be more powerful, longer lasting, and half as expensive as the company’s current cells at Tesla’s "Battery Day" on Tuesday. "We do not have an affordable car.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/22/2020 21:06
Benjamin Jeremy Bourke, 25, allegedly shot a 15-year-old girl in the hand and stomach after walking in an Aldi in Ipswich on Tuesday afternoon. A man charged with attempted murder after allegedly firing an arrow at a teenage girl in a supermarket in Queensland will remain behind bars. Benjamin Jeremy Bourke, 25, allegedly shot the 15-year-old in the hand and stomach after walking into Booval Aldi in Ipswich on Tuesday afternoon.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 09/22/2020 20:58
Royal commission hears more frequent natural disasters in Australia will become ‘a major strategic problem in its own right’. The Australian defence force will need a bigger budget to meet growing community expectations that it will help out during natural disasters while maintaining preparedness for a traditional military threat, the royal commission into national natural disaster preparedness has heard. The ADF were , and have been embedded in health and police departments as part of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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