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Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 02:07
Newscasters will cautiously press Russian president on the economy, protests and foreign relations in choreographed event. Russian President Vladimir Putin will address the nation in a live televised broadcast on Thursday, one day after a Dutch-led investigation accused four Russian-back separatists in the 2014 shooting down of a passenger jet over east Ukraine. During a lengthy Q&A session, Putin is expected to deny accusations that Russia supplied the separatists with surface-to-air missiles, a charge that will raise tensions with the west, and deflect claims that Russia is harbouring suspects in the case. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 02:02
Meng vanished in September during a visit to China from his home in Lyon. Former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei has been put on trial for bribery, according to Chinese state media. Official government mouthpiece the People’s Daily claimed Meng had admitted his guilt during a court hearing on Thursday after prosecutors accused him of taking 14.5 million yuan ($2.11m) in bribes. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 02:00
After ordering and checking my credit rating several times, I can’t reverse the damage to my rating. I ordered two new smartphone contracts for myself and my wife. My wife decided to go for a different handset, so I cancelled her contract and reapplied. On the delivery day, I called to find out when it was coming, only to be told the order had been cancelled. No one could tell me why. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 02:00
When Carolina’s body was found on wasteland near Ecuador’s capital, her mother, Amanda, did not believe she died of natural causes. Her investigation has now led to a conviction. Amanda* makes pastries to sell around the streets of Quito, she is not a detective. But the day after she buried her youngest daughter she “started to move” to track down those responsible. Carolina Andrango had promised her mother she would not run away again. The 15-year-old had been through a difficult two years. She had fallen in with a bad crowd, her school grades had dropped and she had spent time in a drug rehabilitation clinic. She’d gone missing from home for days at a time. But on a shopping trip in August, it felt like happier times. Her mother bought her.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:44
Charge follows police investigation of allegations of student-teacher relationships at high schools on Sydney’s northern beaches. Chris Dawson has been charged with having a relationship with an underage girl while working as a teacher on Sydney’s northern beaches in the 1980s. Police said the 70-year-old had been arrested by detectives just after midday on Thursday after earlier entering a not guilty plea in relation to the murder of his former wife Lynette at the Downing Centre local court in Sydney. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:19
Home affairs minister warns boats will be back but Labor says that’s just scaremongering and nothing has changed. Peter Dutton has indicated he will appeal a federal court’s decision to allow doctors to assess a patient’s need for a medical transfer from Nauru based on their medical file. The home affairs minister, who hopes to have the medevac legislation repealed by the parliament, has warned the ruling sets a precedent which could encourage people smugglers to restart the boats. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:08
There are only about 30 north Pacific right whales left after hunters nearly wiped out the slow-moving animals. Marine biologists for the first time have recorded singing by one of the rarest whales on the planet, the north Pacific right whale. Researchers at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) used moored acoustic recorders to capture repeated patterns of calls made by male north Pacific right whales. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:00
‘Tanya put on her favourite dress, wandered to the sea, and a dog started following her. There are lots of strays in Tiksi – people left their pets during the mass exodus’. When the Soviet Union fell, thousands of people left small Russian Arctic towns such as Tiksi, where this photo was taken. It was my home town and I spent the first eight years of my life there, but it stopped receiving financial support and fell into neglect. In 1993, my family became part of the mass exodus. Tiksi was built on the coast of the Arctic Ocean as an outpost on the northern sea route, a port town and a military base during the cold war. When I was growing up, there was a whole secret part of town that even had its own schools where nobody was allowed to go.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:00
On 28 June 1969, a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, sparked a rebellion against discrimination – and proved the catalyst for the modern LGBTQ rights movement. Performers Lady Bunny, Peppermint and Sasha Velour discuss what the Stonewall uprising means to them – and what's next in the fight for equality. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:00
On a shopping trip to Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and other leading markets, plastic feels more plentiful than the food itself. Where does your plastic go? Revealing America’s dirty secret. The seven ways you’re recycling wrong. A bundle of six small brie cheeses from Trader Joe’s seemed to sum it all up. Each 0.9oz wheel was encased in flexible clear plastic, bound together in a plastic sack, to be sold to Americans who might carry it home in a single-use plastic shopping bag, none of it apparently recyclable. Supermarkets in the United Kingdom have at least attempted to reduce the more than 800,000 tons of plastic waste they sell each year, starting plastic bottle deposit schemes and ending sales of plastic bags. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 01:00
Event will take place on 22 September across 18 boroughs, with road closures and events. Sadiq Khan has announced plans to implement London’s biggest car-free day to date, closing 12.3 miles (20km) of roads in the centre of the capital in September. Roads will be closed for the event around London Bridge, Tower Bridge and much of the City of London to help tackle the capital’s air pollution crisis , which kills thousands of people each year and leaves two million – including 400,000 children – living in areas with illegally dirty air. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 00:16
Victims of the conman, who was the subject of the Who the Hell is Hamish? podcast, applauded after the sentence was handed down. A serial fraudster, who dressed like James Bond, drove Ferraris and defrauded $7.6m from more than a dozen victims including close friends and girlfriends, has been sentenced to 16 years in prison by a judge. Handing down his sentence in Sydney’s district court on Thursday, acting judge Colin Charteris found McLaren was “motivated by greed” and sentenced him to a 16-year prison sentence including a non-parole period of 12 years. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 00:03
Relations strained after US blamed Iran for an attack on two tankers last week in the Gulf of Oman. US President Donald Trump has been briefed on the details of a missile strike in Saudi Arabia that appeared to come from Yemen, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders has said, as Iran claimed in a separate incident to have shot down a US drone over its territory. "We are closely monitoring the situation and continuing to consult with our partners and allies," Sanders said on Wednesday, in relation to the Saudi missile strike. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/20/2019 00:01
Seawalls could cost as much as the initial investment in the interstate highway system, with Florida facing $76bn, report finds. Defending against rising seas could cost US communities $416bn in the next 20 years, according to a new report. Spending on seawalls alone could total almost as much as the initial investment in the interstate highway system, the authors said.
Israeli blockade on Gaza means parents are separated from critically ill children. At first glance, nothing appeared out of place at the children’s intensive care unit. Nine beds were filled with nine tiny newborn babies, all with tubes attached to their wiry bodies. Monitors emitted the sounds of steady electronic blips. Nurses walked from bedside to bedside. A tired-looking paediatrician filled out paperwork. Yet something was missing: there were no parents. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/19/2019 23:31
Terri Butler says Scott Morrison must investigate ‘potential breach of the ministerial code of conduct’. Labor has called on the prime minister to investigate what it calls "shocking allegations of misconduct" involving Angus Taylor and Josh Frydenberg’s office. A Guardian Australia investigation has revealed Taylor met with environment officials about an issue at the centre of a compliance action involving a company he part-owns. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/19/2019 23:15
First visit by Chinese president in 14 years expected to heal rift that has grown over Kim Jong-un’s nuclear programme. President Xi Jinping has landed in North Korea for a historic trip to Pyongyang, rebooting a troubled alliance as he and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un face their own challenges with US president Donald Trump. Xi is the first Chinese president to visit North Korea in 14 years after relations between the cold war-era allies deteriorated over Pyongyang’s nuclear provocations and Beijing’s subsequent backing of UN sanctions. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/19/2019 22:49
CFMMEU assistant secretary says decision was not made under pressure as Setka faces calls to resign. The controversy surrounding the Victorian construction union boss John Setka has escalated with his deputy, Shaun Reardon, quitting, saying it was "untenable" for him to continue. The resignation comes as members of the CFMMEU were being individually lobbied to support Setka, who faces calls for his expulsion from the Labor party and resignation as Victorian secretary of the union. Continue reading...
Guardian (United Kingdom) 06/19/2019 22:31
Disgraced wellness blogger who faked having cancer attributes tears to her ‘empathetic nature’. The disgraced wellness blogger Belle Gibson has cried in a Melbourne court as she was quizzed about her role caring for a mystery woman. The 27-year-old was fined after breaching consumer law when she claimed she had brain cancer but healed herself using natural remedies, going on to make a profit from her followers. Continue reading...

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