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Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 07:35
Walter Wallace, 27, shot ‘several times’ by officers. Police in riot gear disperse demonstrators. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Philadelphia to protest against the shooting by police of Walter Wallace, a 27-year-old black man who officers said had a knife. Late on Monday and into Tuesday, interactions between protesters and police turned violent at times, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 07:04
People in most of 25 countries think governments failed to act well or quickly. People in most of 25 countries around the world think governments and leaders failed to respond either well or fast enough to the coronavirus crisis, a new global survey shows. YouGov’s globalism survey of about 26,000 people in countries from Australia to Sweden, designed with the Guardian and carried out by the between July and August, before the second wave hit in Europe and elsewhere, showed striking variations in approval for governments’ handling of the pandemic, which has killed nearly 1.1 million people.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 06:30
Trump won the presidency in 2016 despite Clinton receiving almost 3m more votes, all because of the electoral college. How does the system work? When Americans cast their ballots for the US president, they are actually voting for a representative of that candidate’s party known as an elector. There are 538 electors who then vote for the president on behalf of the people in their state.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 06:30
SS uniforms, firearms, parachutes among Nazi memorabilia targeted in apparent thefts to order. War museums across the Netherlands are scrambling to tighten their security after raids by highly organised thieves targeting memorabilia linked to Adolf Hitler’s Waffen-SS and other parts of the Nazi regime. Amid a huge worldwide demand for second world war memorabilia, museums in Ossendrecht, in north Brabant, and in Beek, Limburg, have been ransacked in recent days and months.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 06:17
It’s not only Roe v Wade on the line. Parental leave, affordable childcare, equal pay, the Affordable Care Act - all are under threat. The pandemic and its collateral economic crisis have illustrated like never before that women are the backbone of America. Before Covid-19, women made up more than half the workforce, nearly of minimum-wage workers, and the majority of caregivers. jobs held by women has been designated as essential. Right now, millions of women are pulling off an impossible balancing act: working while trying to keep their families safe and healthy during a terrifying time. Others have lost jobs, have had their wages or hours cut, and more than women have left the workforce. This crisis is disproportionately burdening women,
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 06:00
At least three senior Colombian lawmakers have been accused of acting as surrogates for Donald Trump in Florida. The American embassy in Bogotá has warned Colombian politicians to "avoid getting involved" in the US election, amid a growing row over allegations that far-right lawmakers from the South American country are campaigning in support of Donald Trump. At least three senior Colombian politicians have been accused of acting as Trump surrogates in Florida, which has been flooded with political advertising and fake news .
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 06:00
Campaigners seek judicial review of renewal of sales after court ruled them unlawful. Campaigners have filed for a judicial review of the UK government’s decision to renew arms sales to Saudi Arabia. The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) said the weapons would "fuel destruction and prolong the conflict" in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition has employed widespread bombing in a war that has killed thousands of civilians.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 06:00
Whatever happens on 3 November spells difficulty for Justin Trudeau as trade conflicts with the US won’t go away even after a Biden victory. Before every US presidential election, a few disgruntled Americans can be relied on to promise that . Canadians watch US elections with close attention – and occasional horror – but they rarely expect many voters to make good on that vow.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 05:59
55 MPs expressing fears that government’s ‘levelling up’ for the north is being abandoned. 9.59am. GMT. Nicola Davis reports that the proportion of people in England with coronavirus antibodies dropped by more than a quarter in the space of three months, fuelling concerns over reinfection. The findings come from , which is based on home finger-prick antibody test results from random participants across all 314 local authorities. As a whole, these data suggest the possibility that decreasing population immunity will lead to an increased risk of reinfection as detectable antibodies decline in the population. Related:. 9.53am. GMT. The Liverpool city region mayor Joe Anderson has said he would back tier 4 restrictions “if necessary” to bring infecti.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 04:54
Acting chair Karen Chester confirms at Senate inquiry that some of the advice KPMG gave its chairman related to tax minimisation. The acting chair of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Karen Chester, has admitted to parliament that the regulator acted with "glacial" speed in dealing with concerns about rent payments to its deputy chairman, Daniel Crennan QC. Last week the auditor general, Grant Hehir, told the treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, that payments of about $70,000 to Crennan and $118,000 to KPMG for tax advice it gave to the Asic chairman, James Shipton, breached public service pay rules.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 04:30
The treasurer took up residence behind the bike sheds – and started swinging. I’m not a Victorian. I have not just endured months in lockdown. I don’t profess to speak for Victorians. But I suspect many residents of the state must have looked on at the extended bout of score settling in Canberra at the opening of question time on Tuesday with alienation or possibly revulsion. If you missed this, let me catch you up. The Labor leader Anthony Albanese bowled up a motion at the start of question time commending Victorians for the sacrifices they had made during the pandemic and for the successful suppression effort.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 03:46
Conservationists accuse Sussan Ley of choosing ‘rocks over koalas’ after she approved 52 hectares of habitat destruction to expand Brandy Hill quarry. More than 50 hectares of koala habitat in the New South Wales town of Port Stephens is set to be cleared after the federal environment minister, Sussan Ley, approved the expansion of a quarry. The minister, whose decision comes as the government , said on Tuesday the department’s assessment found the development would "not rob the area of critical koala habitat".
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 03:30
Solitary confinement to stop virus spread increases risk of self-harm and suicide and could have a lifelong impact, M0J warned. The UK government’s policy of allowing children in detention to be locked alone in their cells for up to 23 hours a day under emergency Covid-19 measures is "extreme and inhumane" and could lead to lifelong mental health damage, according to the UN special rapporteur on torture and leading child health experts. Since March, facilities have been able to keep children as young as 12 confined alone in their cells for all but around 40 minutes a day.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 03:30
One young inmate tells how being locked up alone for hours and not being able to see his family affected his mental health. For five months, 16-year-old Sean* spent around 23 hours a day in his cell. He tried to get through the time by doing puzzles and calling his lawyer, asking her again and again to help him get bail. When he arrived at the secure training centre (STC) it was already in lockdown. He was just 15. “I had to go into total isolation for the first two weeks, just 15 minutes out every day. It was my first time in custody and at first I thought this is OK, it’s a chance to slow things down. But after two weeks it began to affect me. You couldn’t do anything. I could hear voices calling on the wing, but I only saw the guard.”
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 03:24
The Malaysian man died after a collision with an allegedly stolen car in Melbourne’s CBD. A food delivery worker has been killed in a traffic collision in Melbourne, in what is the third death in a month among gig economy workers in Australia. Chow Khai Shien, a 36-year-old man from Malaysia who worked for delivery company DoorDash, died on Saturday after he was hit by an allegedly stolen car in Melbourne’s CBD.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 03:15
Doctors say cases and dozens of deaths from the disease have occurred since August floods, with cases of malaria and cholera also on the rise. An outbreak of Rift Valley fever has killed dozens of people and infected more than 1,000 in Sudan’s Northern state, according to local doctors. Doctors told the Guardian the disease has spread across the towns of Merowe, Al Dabbah and Karima, mainly among cattle herders.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 02:55
Tony Chung, 19, was on bail on suspected national security law offences when he was reportedly ‘snatched away’. Tony Chung, a 19-year-old Hong Kong activist on bail after his arrest on suspected national security offences, has been detained by authorities while attempting to seek asylum at the US consulate. According to the UK-based group, Friends of Hong Kong, Chung had gone to the US consulate in Hong Kong at 8.10am on Tuesday but it was closed for another 20 minutes.
Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/27/2020 02:28
Australian Cyber Security Centre says it is assisting Isentia, which has ‘most government departments and large corporations’ as clients. A media-monitoring and analytics firm used by the federal government has been hit by a cyberattack, prompting the involvement of the nation’s leading cybersecurity agency. Isentia, which boasts it has "most government departments and large corporations" as clients in Australia, told the Australian Stock Exchange on Tuesday it is "urgently investigating a cybersecurity incident" that was "disrupting services" involving its media portal – a service customers use to see media reporting on them, or issues of interest to them, and find journalists.

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