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Bolton fire: emergency crews battle blaze at student housing building 15 Nov 11:01pm Updated Bolton fire: emergency crews battle blaze at student housing building
Witnesses describe flames ‘crawling up cladding’ of six-storey building on Bradshawgate Fire crews are tackling a large blaze “crawling up the cladding” of a student accommodation building in Bolton. Images posted on social media showed firefighters tackling flames coming out of the windows on the top floors of a building known as the Cube on Bradshawgate.
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Australian man accused of deliberately lighting out-of-control fire to protect cannabis crop 15 Nov 10:59pm Australian man accused of deliberately lighting out-of-control fire to protect cannabis crop
Police allege man attempted to backburn to protect crop and hoped to benefit from government payments after blaze
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Trump impeachment inquiry: highlights from day two – video 15 Nov 9:46pm Trump impeachment inquiry: highlights from day two – video
The second day of impeachment hearings featured compelling testimony from Marie Yovanovitch, the former US ambassador to Ukraine who was sacked by Trump. Yovanovitch evidence drew links between corrupt elements in Ukraine and the Trump administration's push to force her from her post. She said she was 'shocked and devastated' by Trump's personal attacks on her. As she spoke, Donald Trump attacked her on Twitter, prompting the Democrat chair of the hearing, Adam Schiff, to read the tweets to Yovanovitch in real time. 'The effect is intimidating,' she said, as Democrats accused the president of witness intimidation on a day of high political drama 
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Trump pardons military personnel accused of Middle East crimes 15 Nov 9:34pm Trump pardons military personnel accused of Middle East crimes
President intervenes in military justice cases of service members accused of killings in Afghanistan Donald Trump has pardoned a former US army commando set to stand trial next year in the killing of a suspected Afghan bomb-maker and a former army lieutenant who had been convicted of murder after he ordered his men to fire upon three Afghans, killing two, the White House announced late Friday. The commander in chief also ordered a promotion for a decorated Navy Seal convicted of posing with a dead Islamic State captive in Iraq.
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Australian bushfires: firefighters struggle to contain Hawkesbury blaze as catastrophic conditions forecast in WA 15 Nov 7:55pm Australian bushfires: firefighters struggle to contain Hawkesbury blaze as catastrophic conditions forecast in WA
Severe isolated thunderstorms forecast in Queensland, which could create dry lightning strikes that start more fires Forty-degree heat and catastrophic conditions in Western Australia and lightning strikes in Queensland could intensify fires over the weekend as Australia enters its second week of sustained bushfires. As of Saturday morning, conditions in New South Wales had eased slightly but the NSW Rural Fire Service said an
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Fire crews battle blaze at Bolton student housing building 15 Nov 6:42pm Fire crews battle blaze at Bolton student housing building
Witnesses describe flames ‘crawling up cladding’ of six-story building on Bradshawgate Fire crews are tackling a large blaze “crawling up the cladding” of a student accommodation building in Bolton. Images posted on social media show firefighters tackling flames coming out of the windows on the top floors of a building on Bradshawgate.
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Rodney Reed: Texas appeals court halts execution of inmate 15 Nov 6:14pm Rodney Reed: Texas appeals court halts execution of inmate
Stay of execution issued came just hours after parole board unanimously recommended 120-day reprieve Texas highest criminal appeals court has stopped the execution of inmate Rodney Reed, whose conviction is being questioned by new evidence in his case. The stay of execution issued on Friday afternoon by the Texas court of criminal appeals came just hours after the state’s parole board unanimously recommended a 120-day reprieve for Reed.
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Chilean singer Mon Laferte exposes breasts at Latin Grammys to back protesters 15 Nov 5:22pm Chilean singer Mon Laferte exposes breasts at Latin Grammys to back protesters
Musician reveals message painted on her chest in latest celebrity show of support for national demonstrations The Chilean singer Mon Laferte exposed her breasts during a broadcast of the Latin Grammys, in the latest of a string of high-profile shows of support for anti-government demonstrators in her home country.
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Trump smears and witness drama: key Marie Yovanovitch takeaways 15 Nov 5:17pm Trump smears and witness drama: key Marie Yovanovitch takeaways
The former Ukraine ambassador became the third witness to appear publicly – and her testimony was hugely persuasive Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch became the third witness to testify in public impeachment hearings on Friday investigating whether Donald Trump sought to bribe Ukraine to boost his chance of re-election by investigating a US political rival.
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Prince Andrew on friendship with Jeffrey Epstein: I let royals down 15 Nov 5:00pm Prince Andrew on friendship with Jeffrey Epstein: I let royals down
Prince speaks publicly for first time about paedophile financier found dead in prison Prince Andrew has said that he failed to uphold the standards of the royal family when he visited Jeffrey Epstein after the paedophile’s release from prison, admitting: “I let the side down, simple as that.” The prince made the statement in an interview with the BBC’s Newsnight programme, the first time he has spoken publicly about his friendship with
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Donald Trump tweets attacking Yovanovitch were witness intimidation – video 15 Nov 4:19pm Donald Trump tweets attacking Yovanovitch were witness intimidation – video
Donald Trump has denied that attacks directed at Marie Yovanovitch, the former US ambassador to Ukraine, as she testified in the second day of impeachment hearings amounted to witness intimidation.  'Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad,' Trump wrote in tweets which were dramatically read aloud to Yovanovitch during the hearing. Democrats immediately accused the president of attempting to intimidate a witness. Calling the process a 'disgrace', the president said Republicans had been prevented from properly scrutinising her during the hearing
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Russia frees Norwegian and two Lithuanians in swap for pair of its spies 15 Nov 3:22pm Russia frees Norwegian and two Lithuanians in swap for pair of its spies
Cold war style-agreement brings several high-profile espionage cases to a close Russia has freed two Lithuanians and a Norwegian in return for two Russian spies held in Lithuania, in a cold war-style spy swap that brought several high-profile espionage cases to a close. The Norwegian, Frode Berg, a retired border guard, was arrested in Moscow in 2017 and
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Boris Johnson under fire for inaccurate claims in interviews 15 Nov 2:23pm Boris Johnson under fire for inaccurate claims in interviews
PM makes inaccurate statements about Brexit being ‘blocked’ and about his record as London mayor Boris Johnson is facing criticism over a series of inaccurate statements made in a flurry of live broadcast interviews during a difficult day of campaigning. The prime minister was challenged on subjects as varied as crime, Brexit, the abandoned
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Democrats to consider Trump Twitter smear in articles of impeachment – live 15 Nov 2:01pm Updated Democrats to consider Trump Twitter smear in articles of impeachment – live
President tweets attacks against the ousted US ambassador to Ukraine as she testifies to the House impeachment inquiry – follow live
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Lions, tigers or bears? Mysterious howls in Canadian wilderness spark confusion 15 Nov 2:00pm Lions, tigers or bears? Mysterious howls in Canadian wilderness spark confusion
Hunters and government biologists searching for explanations after unusual sounds recorded in forests of north-western Ontario A series of
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Bolivia crisis: how did we get here and what happens next? 15 Nov 1:53pm Bolivia crisis: how did we get here and what happens next?
A disputed election, a deposed president and widespread street protests have left the country in turmoil Bolivia was plunged into a deepening political crisis this week after Evo Morales –
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Roger Stone: Trump adviser found guilty on all counts in WikiLeaks hacking case 15 Nov 1:31pm Updated Roger Stone: Trump adviser found guilty on all counts in WikiLeaks hacking case
Stone found guilty of obstruction of justice and making false statements over what he told Congress relating to emails hacked from Democrats
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Three killed by security forces in Baghdad as Iraq protests continue 15 Nov 1:23pm Three killed by security forces in Baghdad as Iraq protests continue
Fresh wave of shootings come as demonstrators try to storm a public square A fresh wave of shootings by Iraqi security forces has left three people dead in central Baghdad after protesters demanding widespread changes tried to storm a public square, stepping up their push to oust the country’s government. The latest killings took the death toll in the month-long uprising to at least 320, while pressure mounted on the country’s political class to resolve the most sustained unrest since the end of the US occupation of Iraq
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Record numbers of young adults in UK living with parents 15 Nov 12:42pm Record numbers of young adults in UK living with parents
ONS notes 46% rise over past 20 years in 20 to 34-year-olds returning home Record numbers of young adults in their 20s and 30s are living with their parents, according to official figures, with critics blaming soaring house prices and rents. The
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Evo Morales: indigenous leader who changed Bolivia but stayed too long 15 Nov 12:25pm Evo Morales: indigenous leader who changed Bolivia but stayed too long
The son of llama herders was a coca farmer before transforming his country during 14 years in office but his personalised rule was a fatal weakness The meteoric political journey of
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Doncaster residents pull together as post-flood cleanup begins 15 Nov 12:15pm Doncaster residents pull together as post-flood cleanup begins
Residents of Bentley and Fishlake hail community spirit but say they should have had more help A week after floods hit parts of Yorkshire, two communities are trying to come to terms with the damage. While the national focus moved on to
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Ban import of Israeli settlement goods | Letter 15 Nov 12:09pm Ban import of Israeli settlement goods | Letter
Israeli settlements are the leading cause of human rights violations against Palestinians, and settlement expansion is destroying the possibility of a two-state solution, say signatories including
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Hillsborough police chief was personally responsible, court told 15 Nov 11:45am Hillsborough police chief was personally responsible, court told
It was not unfair to single out David Duckenfield, prosecution argues at manslaughter trial The South Yorkshire police officer who commanded the 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough had “personal responsibility” for safety and the “terrible mistakes” and failures that led to 96 people being killed in a crush, the jury at his manslaughter trial has been told.
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Dimitra Bailey obituary 15 Nov 11:27am Dimitra Bailey obituary
My mother, Dimitra Bailey, who has died aged 97, was a refugee, a Red Cross nurse, a migrant worker and a war bride who made a new start in the UK. Dimitra’s early life was shaped by war, famine, poverty and displacement. She was born near Smyrna, now Izmir, Turkey, to Ioannis Irianoglou, a merchant, and his wife, Martha (nee Kolokotroni). The family were Ottoman Greeks whose ancestors had lived in the area for generations.
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After Trump smears Yovanovitch, Schiff says witness intimidation is taken ‘very, very seriously’ – live 15 Nov 11:13am Updated After Trump smears Yovanovitch, Schiff says witness intimidation is taken ‘very, very seriously’ – live
The president tweets attacks against the ousted US ambassador to Ukraine while she is testifying to the House impeachment inquiry
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US accuses Russia of exploiting conflict in Libya 15 Nov 10:55am US accuses Russia of exploiting conflict in Libya
US urges Khalifa Haftar to end offensive on Tripoli amid concerns about unofficial Russian influence Fears that Russian mercenaries, unofficially backed by Moscow, are tipping the scales in Libya in favour of the military leader Khalifa Haftar appears to have prompted the US to issue a strong warning to the general to pull back. The US has been accused of taking little interest in the eight months of fighting on the outskirts of Tripoli that began when
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Venice council flooded moments after rejecting climate crisis plan 15 Nov 10:21am Venice council flooded moments after rejecting climate crisis plan
Rightwing parties reject proposals as lagoon city faces worst flooding in 53 years Veneto’s regional council rejected a plan to combat climate change minutes before its offices on the Grand Canal, in Venice, were flooded, it has emerged as the city continues to
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Women married to Isis fighters due to land in Germany from Turkey 15 Nov 10:02am Women married to Isis fighters due to land in Germany from Turkey
Ankara continues to repatriate individuals with alleged links to terrorist group Two women married to Isis fighters were expected to land in Germany, as Turkey continued to deport individuals with alleged affiliations to the terrorist group to their European countries of origin. The women are the eighth and ninth individuals to be repatriated to Germany this week, after the Turkish government unexpectedly
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Trump impeachment hearing: Yovanovitch testifies as White House releases new transcript – live 15 Nov 9:44am Updated Trump impeachment hearing: Yovanovitch testifies as White House releases new transcript – live
The former US ambassador to Ukraine was recalled abruptly in May despite a distinguished career as the president pushed for Kyiv to investigate his rivals
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Shelf mythology: 100 years of Shakespeare and Company 15 Nov 9:30am Shelf mythology: 100 years of Shakespeare and Company
A century after the Paris bookshop opened as a haven for modernist pioneers, it has become a tourist must-see. How did that happen? There are currently 4,000 reviews of Shakespeare and Company on TripAdvisor. Many of them describe the shop as “magical” or “a dream”. Some mention its pedigree – the famous writers including F Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway who went there, the films and TV programmes shot there. Even those that don’t rate the shop – who think the stock isn’t good enough or complain that it’s too crowded – recommend visiting, talking of its history and its proximity to Notre Dame. As a Paris landmark, which turns 100 this month, it is ranked below the Eiffel Tower and above the crumbling angels of Père-Lachaise cemetery. But how does a bookshop become a place of pilgrimage, a tourist trap and an emblem for a city, all at once? There are no Shakespeare and Company equivalents in any other city. Britain’s capital has the London Review Bookshop,
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Bribery allegations over fishing rights rock Iceland and Namibia 15 Nov 9:29am Bribery allegations over fishing rights rock Iceland and Namibia
‘Fishrot files’ lead to head of Samherji fishing company and Namibian ministers resigning over alleged corruption Two Namibian government ministers have resigned and the boss of Iceland’s biggest fishing company has stepped aside amid a spiralling scandal over alleged bribes paid to officials in the southern African nation in exchange for trawling rights. Þorsteinn Már Baldvinsson, the CEO of the Icelandic fishing firm Samherji, and Namibia’s fisheries and justice ministers, Bernhard Esau and Sacky Shanghala, are the first heads to roll following revelations this week of a vast corruption case.
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Trump impeachment hearings to resume with Marie Yovanovitch testimony – live 15 Nov 8:56am Updated Trump impeachment hearings to resume with Marie Yovanovitch testimony – live
The former US ambassador to Ukraine was recalled abruptly in May despite a distinguished career as the president pushed for Kyiv to investigate his rivals
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France braces for gilets jaunes anniversary marches 15 Nov 8:12am France braces for gilets jaunes anniversary marches
One year on, divisions in the country persist and yellow vest protests are expected to surge In a kebab shop on the outskirts of Bordeaux, Christine, 48, was planning the next steps of the local
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One dead in minibus crash in Cambridgeshire 15 Nov 8:03am One dead in minibus crash in Cambridgeshire
Nineteen people injured after vehicle collides with car at junction and overturns One person has died and 19 were taken to hospital after a minibus overturned following a collision with a car in Cambridgeshire. Emergency services were called to a junction on the B1040 Somersham Road, near the villages of Woodhurst and Bluntisham, at about 4.50pm on Thursday.
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Police to investigate as Hong Kong minister falls to ground during protest in London 15 Nov 6:47am Updated Police to investigate as Hong Kong minister falls to ground during protest in London
Video shows Teresa Cheng falling as demonstrators shout ‘shame on you’ The Metropolitan police have opened an investigation after Hong Kong’s justice minister, Teresa Cheng, fell to the ground while being surrounded by angry pro-democracy protesters outside an event in central London. The incident on Thursday evening was the first direct altercation between demonstrators and a Hong Kong government minister since protests,
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US briefing: Trump bribery claims, California shootings and recycling day 15 Nov 6:14am US briefing: Trump bribery claims, California shootings and recycling day
Friday’s top story: Pelosi accuses Trump of bribery as the impeachment hearing continue. Plus, the man who says beef is healthier than meatless burgers Good morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories.
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No special treatment for Behrouz Boochani, says New Zealand 15 Nov 4:56am No special treatment for Behrouz Boochani, says New Zealand
The Kurdish Iranian asylum seeker arrived in Christchurch on Friday for a literary festival New Zealand’s immigration service has said the Kurdish Iranian asylum seeker and journalist Behrouz Boochani will not get special treatment if he overstays his visitor visa. Boochani
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European Investment Bank to phase out fossil fuels financing 15 Nov 4:41am European Investment Bank to phase out fossil fuels financing
EU’s lending arm to become first ‘climate bank’ by ending financing of oil, gas, and coal projects after 2021 The European Investment Bank has agreed to phase out its multibillion-euro financing for fossil fuels within the next two years to become the world’s first ‘“climate bank”. The bank will end its financing of oil, gas, and coal projects after 2021, a policy that will make the EU’s lending arm the first multilateral lender to rule out financing for projects that contribute to the climate crisis.
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General election: Boris Johnson quizzed by listeners on BBC phone-in – live news 15 Nov 4:34am Updated General election: Boris Johnson quizzed by listeners on BBC phone-in – live news
Jeremy Corbyn will announce free internet plan in speech in Lancaster, while prime minister is in Oldham
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Prince Andrew to be quizzed on Epstein in Newsnight special 15 Nov 4:16am Prince Andrew to be quizzed on Epstein in Newsnight special
BBC to broadcast ‘no holds barred’ interview with royal on Saturday night Prince Andrew has agreed to speak publicly about his friendship with the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the first time, in a “no holds barred” interview with the BBC’s Newsnight programme to be broadcast on Saturday night. The prince has been the subject of fierce speculation over his relationship with the financier, who was found dead in his New York jail cell three months ago.
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China denies entry to Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson 15 Nov 4:11am China denies entry to Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson
Government MPs issued statement on Friday night saying their planned China visit was off Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson say the Chinese government has rejected their plans to visit the country on a study tour next month because of objections about their “frankness about the Chinese Communist party”. The two government MPs issued a short statement on Friday night saying the planned visit was off, and the organisers of the trip, China Matters, issued a separate statement confirming the Chinese embassy had informed them “that at this time Mr Hastie and Senator Paterson are not welcome on a China Matters study tour to Beijing”.
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General election: Boris Johnson quizzed on immigration numbers and A&E waiting times – live news 15 Nov 4:02am Updated General election: Boris Johnson quizzed on immigration numbers and A&E waiting times – live news
Jeremy Corbyn will announce free internet plan in speech in Lancaster, while prime minister is in Oldham
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Rabies breakthrough offers fresh hope in battle against deadly virus 15 Nov 4:00am Rabies breakthrough offers fresh hope in battle against deadly virus
New research raises hopes of oral vaccine for dogs, the chief source of transmission to humans Researchers have discovered a way to stop rabies from shutting down critical responses in the immune system, a breakthrough that could pave the way for new tools to fight the deadly disease. Rabies kills almost
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Hong Kong minister falls during furious protest in London 15 Nov 3:58am Hong Kong minister falls during furious protest in London
Video shows Teresa Cheng falling as demonstrators shout ‘shame on you’ Hong Kong’s justice minister, Teresa Cheng, fell to the ground after being surrounded by furious pro-democracy demonstrators outside an event in London. The incident on Thursday night was the first direct altercation between demonstrators and a government minister since the protests, now in their sixth month, erupted in the international finance hub.
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Man who tore head off kookaburra in Perth pub fined $2,500 15 Nov 3:53am Man who tore head off kookaburra in Perth pub fined $2,500
The man reportedly killed the kookaburra, mortifying patrons and their children, after it landed on his plate A man who ripped the head off a kookaburra at a Perth pub in front of horrified children has been fined $2,500. The man killed Kevin – a cheeky kookaburra known for stealing food – at Parkerville Tavern last month. His lawyer described the bird as “a menace to public safety”.
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Hong Kong minister falls to the ground after being mobbed in London – video 15 Nov 3:33am Hong Kong minister falls to the ground after being mobbed in London – video
Hong Kong’s justice minister Teresa Cheng fell after being surrounded by furious protesters outside an event in London on Thursday night. The Chinese embassy in the UK said Cheng was pushed to the ground, but this is not clear in the footage. China has lodged a formal complaint with Britain and urged UK authorities to investigate
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UK floods: warnings in place across Britain after further rainfall 15 Nov 3:20am UK floods: warnings in place across Britain after further rainfall
Environment Agency posts 147 flood warnings in England and Wales after heavy downpours Almost 150 flood warnings remain in place across Britain after more heavy rain fell overnight. While the Met Office is forecasting the rains to finally ease off on Friday, heavy downpours on Thursday night have increased the number of flood warnings in effect.
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General election: Corbyn talks free broadband as Johnson launches campaign bus – live news 15 Nov 3:18am Updated General election: Corbyn talks free broadband as Johnson launches campaign bus – live news
Labour leader will announce internet plan in speech in Lancaster, while prime minister is in Oldham
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Sydney university students urged to leave Hong Kong 15 Nov 3:13am Sydney university students urged to leave Hong Kong
University writes to students on exchange in Hong Kong as campuses become focus of battles between police and protesters The University of Sydney has urged Australian students on exchange in Hong Kong to return home as pro-democracy protests intensify on university campuses, the ABC is
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Coca-Cola country in southern Mexico – photo essay 15 Nov 2:00am Coca-Cola country in southern Mexico – photo essay
In Los Altos, Chiapas, Coke has become a key part of indigenous ceremonies as well as a staple source of hydration. The photographer Diana Bagnoli visited the region to see the effect of this trend on public health To enter the highlands of Chiapas, in southern Mexico, is to enter a world of vibrant indigenous culture, breathtaking natural beauty, entrenched racism and grinding poverty. It is also to enter the territory of Coca-Cola. More Coke is consumed per capita in Mexico than in any other country, and some studies suggest the indigenous communities of the highlands, or Los Altos, may be the soft drink’s most loyal customers on the planet.
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Hong Kong: protesters lift highway blockade on proviso elections proceed 15 Nov 1:12am Updated Hong Kong: protesters lift highway blockade on proviso elections proceed
Demonstrators say local elections must continue, amid fears of postponement to avoid losses for pro-China candidates Protesters in Hong Kong have cleared a highway blocked by demonstrators since Monday as a gesture of goodwill, as political unrest paralysed the city for a fifth day in a row. At a 3am press conference demonstrators at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, one of the main battlegrounds of the last week, said they would reopen the Tolo highway, a major traffic artery, outside of the school.
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CIA risks sliding back into illegal torture methods, warns real-life star of The Report 15 Nov 1:00am CIA risks sliding back into illegal torture methods, warns real-life star of The Report
Daniel Jones, the Senate investigator who inspired Amazon film, says Barack Obama’s failure to confront CIA could spell return to dark days The author of the Senate report on CIA torture, dramatised in a new film released on Friday, has said the failure to punish those responsible makes it more likely the US could again resort to illegal and ineffective interrogation techniques. As chief investigator for the Senate intelligence committee, Daniel Jones
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The US and Britain face no existential threat. So why do their wars go on? | Simon Jenkins 15 Nov 1:00am The US and Britain face no existential threat. So why do their wars go on? | Simon Jenkins
Endless conflicts in the Middle East have cost us dear, yet all we hear are absurdities about ‘keeping our streets safe from terror’Why does no one mention the war? The most militaristic, belligerent and chauvinist country I know – and also love – is the US. People fly flags from every post and see “bad guys” under every bed. When the president, Donald Trump, vows to leave the Middle East he is condemned as a traitor even by his fans. The second most belligerent is Britain, albeit less so. With America, it is continuing to fight the so-called “wars of 9/11”, 18 years after they began – battling in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, in Britain’s case covertly. There is not the remotest sign of “victory” in sight. Somehow they are not seen as wars, just the licensed killing of foreigners.
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How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue 15 Nov 1:00am How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue
Over 20 years, the debate about freedom of movement has become skewed by a hostile narrative. By Rachel Shabi Few chance encounters have had a greater political impact than Gordon Brown’s fateful meeting with Gillian Duffy on an April morning in Rochdale in 2010. When the then prime minister was caught on a hot mic calling the Labour-voting pensioner a “bigoted woman” – after she cornered him with complaints about immigrants “flocking” into Britain – it did not just
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