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Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 19:29
Biden’s VP pick ‘makes America look more like America’ – and now Harris is better placed than anyone to be the first female president. Joe Biden may have just chosen the anti-Trump as – and, if he wins, as his successor. The for the Democrats’ vice-presidential nomination puts a woman of colour on a major party ticket for the first time in America’s 244-year-old history.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 19:24
Proposed design slipped through screening process and should not have been selected, state officials say. Mississippi will not put a huge mosquito on its new state flag. The state department of archives and history (MDAH) said on Tuesday that a design featuring the blood-sucking insect had slipped through the screening process and should not have been among the selections posted online on Monday.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 19:08
WHO warns displacement of people in Beirut risks accelerating Covid-19 spread; four new cases in Auckland, New Zealand; . Follow the latest updates. 12.08am. BST. Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s prime minister, has urged New Zealanders who are asked to take a Covid-19 swab to “please get tested”. Ardern is giving a news conference following the news last night that New Zealand has recorded its first cases of Covid-19 within the community in more than 100 days. She announced testing stations for the virus established around Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, where the four new cases were uncovered. Officials were “prepared to test tens of thousands of people in the coming days” the country’s top health official, Ashley Bloomfield said. It is n.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 19:00
Labour seeks review after police and RSPB link sharp rise in killings to hunting season. Labour has called for grouse shooting to be licensed after a big increase in illegal killings of birds of prey during the coronavirus lockdown, the majority of which, investigators say, are linked to the sport. As the grouse shooting season, known as the Glorious 12th, officially began on Wednesday, the shadow environment secretary, Luke Pollard, called for a review of how shoots operate.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 18:11
State department’s inspector general office finds Pompeo acted within the law, but did not ‘fully assess’ risk of deaths in Yemen. A US government watchdog investigation into the "emergency" sale of more than $8bn in weapons to Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies has found the state department failed to "fully assess" or mitigate the risk of civilian casualties in Yemen. by the state department’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) found that Mike Pompeo had acted within the law in May 2019 by authorizing the sales of bombs and other arms through an emergency declaration, bypassing congressional opposition.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 17:34
Martin Pakula is expected to face intense questioning at the state’s Covid-19 inquiry as NSW investigates worrying school cluster. Follow live. ; ; ;. ; ;. 10.34pm. BST. Tasmania has recorded its first Covid-19 case in 20 days. A man in his 60s, who had travelled to Melbourne for medical treatment, has tested positive. He had tested negative, but later tested positive when he returned to Tasmania - but he has been in medical quarantine apparently, since his return. 10.31pm. BST. Well that was quite the night, internationally. Auckland is back under restrictions, after the New Zealand city recorded four mystery cases of Covid-19. Our neighbours had gone 102 days without any infections, and these four people have no obvious links to either traveller.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 17:00
The conclusion of this two-part documentary charted the end of the Soviet Union to the Clinton years and beyond, with the former US president joining a superb cast of talking heads. It’s been so long since I experienced it – either personally or simply as a possibility in the wider world – that for a minute or two I couldn’t identify the feeling that arrived as (BBC Two) concluded.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 16:21
Choice of California senator follows months-long search. Only two women have previously been nominated for vice-presidency for a major party. Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris to be his vice-presidential running mate, a historic choice that he believes will help him defeat Donald Trump in November’s US election. The California senator is the first woman of color to be nominated as vice president by a major party in US history.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 14:43
Move to include local authorities in test and trace could allow politicians to pass blame in a Covid second wave. The saga of the attempts to set up an English test-and-trace system is perhaps the central story of the government’s Covid-19 failure. At the heart of the tale is a prime minister who promised NHS test and trace would be a "world beating" operation.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 14:41
MP says live footage of people making risky journey across Channel to UK is like ‘grotesque reality TV’. Britain’s television news broadcasters have been criticised by opposition MPs and campaigners over their coverage of migrants crossing the Channel, with claims that some of their reports dehumanise those taking the risk to make the journey. Footage of Sky News and BBC Breakfast teams approaching and filming small boats trying to navigate the busy waters of the Dover strait were widely condemned on social media.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 14:17
Many have taken jobs in new industries, while others are underemployed and struggling with bills. The true consequences of the coronavirus lockdown on employment are becoming clear, as official figures show that almost three-quarters of a million jobs since March. Older and younger workers have been the hardest hit by job cuts, and many people of all ages have taken up jobs in different industries to make ends meet, while others are underemployed and struggling to pay their bills despite being in work.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 14:07
S&P edges towards all-time record with oil prices and hospitality stocks rising as investor optimism rebounds. US stock markets moved closer to record highs on Tuesday after investors bet on a fresh round of government spending to lift the economy and counter the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The S&P 500, seen as the broadest measure of US investor sentiment, raced to a 10-point gain by mid afternoon to leave it just 16 points short of .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 13:31
Many in Lebanon hope a new government of national unity will pave the way for fundamental reform in the aftermath of last week’s Beirut explosion. In the wake of Lebanese prime minister Hassan Diab’s , the country has been left wondering whether the is also strong enough to uproot Lebanon’s rotten political system. In a after more than a third of ministers quit their posts, forcing him to do the same, Diab said that the corruption of the country’s entrenched ruling class "created this tragedy" but avoided taking personal responsibility.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 13:30
Exclusive: Walker Corporation says de-listing area of wetlands, which are a critical migratory bird habitat, was of ‘urgent national interest’. Walker Corporation lobbied former federal environment minister Josh Frydenberg to remove an area from internationally listed wetlands for its Toondah Harbour apartment and retail development, government documents show. Documents obtained from the environment department by Guardian Australia under freedom of information laws show the company used a meeting with Frydenberg in August 2016 to stress the government had the power the remove part of the as a matter of "urgent national interest".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 13:30
Almost three-quarters back Daniel Andrews’ public health measures, but premier’s approval rating stagnates while Morrison’s is buoyed. The lockdown might be draconian, but Victorians overwhelmingly support the imposed to curb the second wave of coronavirus infections, with support for the measures highest among voters aged over 55, according to a Guardian Essential poll. New research shows 72% of the sample backs the decision of the Andrews government to impose a curfew between 8pm and 5am, 71% supports curbs on leaving the house, while 70% endorse restrictions on business and the requirement that people travel no further than 5km from their house.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 08/11/2020 13:30
The overarching project of my life has been making myself safe. But what is the point if everyone else is drowning and burning and starving? This is part of by Australian writers responding to the challenges of 2020. I am descended from people who factor a flat tyre into a drive to the airport. I own a personal, portable water filter, just in case. I am someone who patrols her boundaries. I am a list writer, a timetable checker. The overarching project of my life has been making myself safe. No alarms; no surprises. It has become legend in my family that, at age 11, I ruined a holiday by demanding we move out of our accommodation at the foot of what everyone told me was a dormant volcano, because I thought it was too dangerous. (The volcano


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