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Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 06:08
Donald Trump said the US had to let Kurdish allies and Turkey 'fight a little while' before agreeing to a five-day ceasefire with Ankara. In a rally held in Texas, he said: 'Sometimes you have to let them fight like two kids in a lot, you gotta let them fight, and then you pull them apart.'. Turkey launched its cross-border offensive in northern Syria on 9 October following Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from the region.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 05:54
Police have been called to intervene and separate groups at events in university cities. Supporters of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests say they are being intimidated and harassed by pro-Beijing Chinese students and others at their events around the UK, forcing police to step in to separate them from counter-demonstrations. Below-the-radar tensions have boiled over into incidents that include the arrest of a 19-year-old Chinese student after bottles were thrown at a Sheffield event, while police and university security have intervened in other town centres and campuses.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 05:34
The Canadian prime minister’s progressive shine is looking tarnished and shop-worn as the nation heads to the polls on 21 October – and Justin Trudeau is now in the fight of his political life. In 2015, Trudeau was a proudly progressive candidate who promised to fight climate change, repair a broken relationship with Indigenous people and resettle Syrian refugees, but fours years of scandals have left young voters uncertain of Trudeau’s promise to do politics differently, as the Guardian’s Canada correspondent, Leyland Cecco, explains.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 05:26
German chancellor tells EU leaders UK should be offered extension if it is requested. Angela Merkel has told EU leaders a Brexit extension would be unavoidable if MPs vote down the deal agreed with Boris Johnson. During private EU summit talks on Brexit, the German chancellor told her fellow leaders they could not pretend an extension would not be offered to the UK if it was requested, according to a source familiar with the discussions.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 05:16
Dutch media report that 67-year-old was former member of movement known as Moonies. The father of a family that spent nearly a decade once belonged to the Rev Sun Myung Moon’s controversial Unification church and was trying to found a cult of his own, Dutch media have reported. The 67-year-old man, who has not been identified by Dutch police but was named by the movement, often known as , as Gerrit-Jan van Dorsten, was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of "depriving people of their liberty, harming the health of others and money laundering", police said in a statement.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 05:02
The NSW coroner hears that Aboriginal prisoner Eric Whittaker was unconscious and would not have been able to move. The NSW coroner has heard it was "horrific" that Aboriginal man Eric Whittaker, who died in hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage in prison custody, had been shackled to the bed in the last days of his life despite being unconscious and unresponsive. An emergency medicine researcher from the University of New South Wales, Anna Holdgate, went on to tell the court "we would only use restraint as a last resort" and "for the briefest time possible".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 05:00
A 40-year-old woman came in second, about a minute later. She shook my hand and congratulated me. One recent Sunday morning, my mum and grandma drove me to a 5km race not far from where we live in St Cloud, Minnesota, in the US. There was a fierce thunderstorm, and when we got there I had to wait for it to pass beneath an overhang with the other runners. I started to feel a little nervous, because some of the people there looked really fast. They had proper running leggings and long, skinny legs. They were all different ages. I wasn’t wearing running clothes; just a normal T-shirt and shorts. I’m nine years old now, but have been running competitively since I was six. I love it, because it makes me feel good. I have a lot of energy to use up.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 04:50
Artillery fire and ground clashes reported in violation of US-brokered five-day truce. Fighting is continuing on the border between Syria and Turkey, according to witnesses, despite an announcement from the US vice-president, Mike Pence, that Ankara had to allow the US supervision of the withdrawal of Kurdish forces from the area. Intermittent artillery fire and ground clashes continued in the border town of Ras al-Ayn on Friday morning, one of the two main targets of the nine-day-old Turkish offensive, as the Turkish military and Syrian rebel proxies struggled to wrest control of the town from the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 04:47
Spain seeks to extradite Carles Puigdemont as Catalonia braces for general strike. Carles Puigdemont, the former Catalan president who led the region’s failed bid for independence two years ago, has appeared before judicial authorities in Belgium in response to the reactivation of an international arrest warrant against him earlier this week. His appearance came as Catalonia braced for a general strike and a huge demonstration in Barcelona following a fourth night of violent protests triggered by the on Monday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 03:35
£400,000 worth of drugs also confiscated in a week as part of coordinated campaign. More than 700 people have been arrested and more than £400,000 worth of drugs confiscated in a week of UK-wide crackdowns on county lines gangs, police have said. In coordinated law enforcement activity between 7 and 13 October, 49 "deal lines" across Britain were disrupted, 389 vulnerable adults and 292 children were safeguarded and 169 weapons were seized, including 12 guns and various knives, swords and machetes.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 03:12
MP says Humphries should face Icac for allegedly telling farmers they would not be prosecuted for land clearing that was later found to be illegal. The New South Wales government is being urged to refer a Nationals MP to the corruption watchdog after the Guardian revealed that at least two farmers facing court said they broke land-clearing laws on his alleged say so. Two farmers who were being sentenced in the NSW land and environment court in recent months have hearing their cases that they ignored the old native vegetation laws because their local MP for Barwon, Kevin Humphries, had allegedly told them the laws would be scrapped and there would be no prosecutions.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 02:39
Ex-defence secretary responds to US president calling him ‘the world’s most overrated general’. The former US defence secretary James Mattis has laughed off an insult hurled at him by Donald Trump. Speaking at a New York charity event on Thursday, the day after the US president demeaned him as "the world’s most overrated general", Mattis joked that he took it as a compliment.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 02:30
The author of Hooked, a bible of addictive tech design, now offers advice on how not to be distracted. But is his self-help argument convincing? In The Doors of Perception , Aldous Huxley points out that the Lord’s Prayer has 50 words, and six of them are dedicated to imploring God not to lead us into temptation. When I was a child sitting in Sunday school in west Texas, I often wondered why God would engineer these temptations into our environment in the first place – much less lead us into them – if he was only going to enjoin us to avoid them later. Today I feel the same way about the creators of our technological environments. We are bombarded at every turn with persuasive design that exploits our psychological weaknesses and often lead.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 02:00
Billy Foister died last month after a heart attack at work. The incident was just one in a series of recent accidents and fatalities. In September, Billy Foister, a 48-year-old Amazon warehouse worker, passed away after a heart attack at work. According to his brother, an Amazon human resources representative informed him at the hospital that Billy had lain on the floor for 20 minutes before receiving treatment from Amazon’s internal safety responders. “How can you not see a 6ft3in man laying on the ground and not help him within 20 minutes? A couple of days before, he put the wrong product in the wrong bin and within two minutes management saw it on camera and came down to talk to him about it,” Edward Foister said.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 02:00
The president’s Syria withdrawal should be a warning to those too easily seduced by his erratic opposition to US foreign involvement. The American people are tired of war. After 18 years of continuous conflict – so long that fathers and sons have fought in the same war – fatigue and frustration with the exercise of US military force abroad pervade our political culture. This is not new. Nominally anti-war candidates have won the past three presidential elections. Indeed, one of the many perverse features of the 2016 campaign was that the strongest denunciation of the 2003 US invasion of Iraq came not from the Democrat on the debate stage but from Donald Trump. So seemingly indifferent to the painful toll of endless war was Hillary Clinton’s
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 02:00
Boris Johnson’s concessions to EU were humiliating but he may still succeed, say pundits. European media and commentators were unanimous in saying that the greatest and most humiliating concessions in the new had been made not by the EU, but by Boris Johnson. Yet, most argued, even if his deal did not pass the Commons on Saturday, the British prime minister had succeeded in getting exactly what he wanted, and – at least domestically – looked set to emerge a winner.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/18/2019 02:00
MPs point to lack of progress on promised safeguarding improvements for whistleblowers and survivors. MPs have accused aid organisations of "dragging their feet" over combating sexual exploitation and abuse in the sector, despite safeguarding pledges made in 2018 after the Oxfam abuse scandal. Work to improve protection and support for whistleblowers has "stalled", and more needs to be done to protect survivors, a report by the UK international development committee (IDC) has said.

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