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Passion, drama but little suspense as Democrats rest impeachment case 24 Jan 11:36pm Passion, drama but little suspense as Democrats rest impeachment case
Most of the 100 senators, who sit as judge and jury in the trial, have already tipped their hand as to how they will vote After nearly 24 hours, divided across three long days, the prosecution rested their case in
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Coronavirus outbreak: Wuhan hospital doctor dies from virus – updates 24 Jan 10:38pm Updated Coronavirus outbreak: Wuhan hospital doctor dies from virus – updates
Thirteen Chinese cities are in lockdown as they scramble to stem the spread of the Sars-like infection, which has now reached Europe, the US and Australia. Follow all the latest updates
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Trump speaks with Boris Johnson about security as Britain nears Huawei decision 24 Jan 10:06pm Trump speaks with Boris Johnson about security as Britain nears Huawei decision
Trump discusses concerns over Chinese telecoms giant’s role in Britain’s future 5G network Donald Trump discussed the security of telecommunications networks with Boris Johnson, the White House said, as Britain closes in on a decision on Huawei’s role in the country’s future 5G network. “The two leaders discussed important regional and bilateral issues, including working together to ensure the security of our telecommunications networks,” the White House said in a statement on Friday about the phone call.
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NPR host says Pompeo had a meltdown when she asked him about Ukraine 24 Jan 9:57pm NPR host says Pompeo had a meltdown when she asked him about Ukraine
Secretary of state used the F-word and demanded host Mary Louise Kelly find Ukraine on a map, journalist says Mike Pompeo is said to have unleashed a foul-mouth tirade at a well known US radio host after she asked him questions about Ukraine in an interview. Mary Louise Kelly, a respected broadcaster on National Public Radio (NPR), sat down for a
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Coronavirus outbreak: China death toll rises to 41 as France and Australia confirm cases – updates 24 Jan 9:33pm Updated Coronavirus outbreak: China death toll rises to 41 as France and Australia confirm cases – updates
Thirteen Chinese cities are in lockdown as they scramble to stem the spread of the Sars-like infection, which has now reached Europe. Follow all the latest updates
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Coronavirus outbreak: China death toll rises to 41 as France confirms three cases – updates 24 Jan 8:09pm Coronavirus outbreak: China death toll rises to 41 as France confirms three cases – updates
Thirteen Chinese cities are in lockdown as they scramble to stem the spread of the Sars-like infection, which has now reached Europe. Follow all the latest updates
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Coronavirus: China death tolls rises to 41 as France confirms three cases 24 Jan 7:50pm Coronavirus: China death tolls rises to 41 as France confirms three cases
Thirteen Chinese cities are in lockdown as they scramble to stem the spread of the Sars-like infection, which has now reached Europe. Follow all the latest updates
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Impeachment: Democrats focus on cover-up of alleged Ukraine aid scheme 24 Jan 7:24pm Impeachment: Democrats focus on cover-up of alleged Ukraine aid scheme
White House tried to hide records of Trump’s call with Ukrainian president and block whistleblower complaint, say Democrats Democrats shifted the focus of their
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Ken Wyatt says Australia Day should stay on 26 January 24 Jan 7:03pm Ken Wyatt says Australia Day should stay on 26 January
Minister says that instead of rallying to move the date, Australians should engage in a new generation of ‘truth telling’ The federal government frontbencher Ken Wyatt says Australia Day should remain on 26 January but commemorations around the country should mark both the “good and the bad” of the nation’s history. Wyatt, the first Indigenous man to be minister for Indigenous Australians, told Nine newspapers “dark beginnings” must be recognised in communities across the country.
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Trump unveils logo for Starfleet ... er, Space Force ... and Trekkers take to Twitter 24 Jan 6:57pm Trump unveils logo for Starfleet ... er, Space Force ... and Trekkers take to Twitter
In a move that would please Gene Roddenberry – or make him ask for royalties – the president showed off a familiar looking symbol
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Hundreds of Central American migrants rounded up by guardsmen at Mexico border – video 24 Jan 6:16pm Hundreds of Central American migrants rounded up by guardsmen at Mexico border – video
National guardsmen in riot gear have blocked the path of hundreds of Central Americans near the town of Frontera Hidalgo in southern Mexico.  Security forces corralled the migrants and hauled them on to buses, as Mexico continues with efforts to contain mass migration, 
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Seamus Mallon, architect of Good Friday agreement, dies aged 83 24 Jan 5:51pm Updated Seamus Mallon, architect of Good Friday agreement, dies aged 83
Tributes pour in for former deputy first minister of Northern Ireland
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Outrage at whites-only image as Uganda climate activist cropped from photo 24 Jan 4:56pm Outrage at whites-only image as Uganda climate activist cropped from photo
The Associated Press said Vanessa Nakate was excised ‘purely on composition grounds’ after her video complaint went viral Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate has called out racism in media after she was cropped out of a photo featuring prominent climate activists including Greta Thunberg, Loukina Tille, Luisa Neubauer and Isabelle Axelsson. Nakate made the comment in a
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Missing body parts belong to missing Manchester woman, say police 24 Jan 3:58pm Missing body parts belong to missing Manchester woman, say police
DNA tests show that they belong to Marie Scott, who went missing in 2017 Police in Cheshire have identified body parts found last month as belonging to a woman who went missing more than two years ago. Cheshire constabulary was notified on 15 December that suspected human remains had been found by the Manchester Ship Canal near Frodsham, and officers confirmed that they had initially been in the water.
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French cases show coronavirus has reached Europe 24 Jan 3:44pm French cases show coronavirus has reached Europe
The French health minister says two cases have been discovered and she expects more to follow France has identified two cases of the deadly new coronavirus from China, the first cases in Europe. The two confirmed cases were announced by the health minister, Agnès Buzyn, on Friday evening. She said that both of those affected had travelled to China.
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Police inspector guilty of having sex with vulnerable women 24 Jan 3:08pm Police inspector guilty of having sex with vulnerable women
Anthony Lumb has been dismissed from the Sussex police force for ‘gross misconduct’ A police inspector has been sacked after a panel found him guilty of gross misconduct for having sex with vulnerable women, including a victim of hate crime and an offender who had been issued with a caution. Anthony Lumb – an officer with 27 years’ experience with Sussex police – was dismissed from the force after a hearing that he had asked to be held in private.
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Coronavirus: China extends lockdown as first cases reported in Europe 24 Jan 2:30pm Coronavirus: China extends lockdown as first cases reported in Europe
Public transport suspended in at least 13 cities in China as death toll rises and first cases in Europe identified
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Bougainville president accuses mining company of lying to Australian stock exchange 24 Jan 2:00pm Bougainville president accuses mining company of lying to Australian stock exchange
John Momis says his government ‘will not rest’ until Australian-linked miner seeking licence for Panguna mine is banned for life from Bougainville and PNG The president of the autonomous
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The Guardian view on the case against Glenn Greenwald: an outrage in Brazil and beyond | Editorial 24 Jan 1:25pm The Guardian view on the case against Glenn Greenwald: an outrage in Brazil and beyond | Editorial
The decision to charge the American journalist with cybercrimes is an attack on democracy as well as press freedomThe campaign in Brazil against the investigative journalist
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Lessons from Sars outbreak help in race for coronavirus vaccine 24 Jan 1:11pm Lessons from Sars outbreak help in race for coronavirus vaccine
Companies aim to have vaccine in production within 16 weeks before entering testing stage There are no vaccines or treatments approved for the new coronavirus, but the race is on to develop one. This week the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Cepi)
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China coronavirus: 14 test negative in UK as military doctors sent to Wuhan – live news 24 Jan 12:33pm China coronavirus: 14 test negative in UK as military doctors sent to Wuhan – live news
UK emergency committee to discuss outbreak as more than 33 million people affected by lockdown measures in China
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Raab condemns US refusal to extradite Anne Sacoolas over Dunn death 24 Jan 12:20pm Updated Raab condemns US refusal to extradite Anne Sacoolas over Dunn death
Foreign secretary calls decision a ‘denial of justice’ and says UK would have acted differently The foreign secretary has condemned the US decision to refuse an extradition request for the suspect charged with causing the death of Harry Dunn, saying the UK would have “acted differently”. Harry Dunn died after a crash outside a US military base in Croughton, Northamptonshire, on 27 August 2019.
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Coronavirus: 14 people in the UK test negative as China sends military doctors to Wuhan – live news 24 Jan 12:08pm Updated Coronavirus: 14 people in the UK test negative as China sends military doctors to Wuhan – live news
UK emergency committee to discuss outbreak as more than 33 million people affected by lockdown measures in China
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X Factor star Danny Tetley jailed for sexual exploitation of boys 24 Jan 11:51am X Factor star Danny Tetley jailed for sexual exploitation of boys
Singer imprisoned for nine years for getting teenagers to send him explicit pictures A former star of The X Factor has been jailed for nine years for sexually exploiting seven teenage boys. Danny Tetley, from Bradford, was described as “a despicable creature with very few redeeming features” for encouraging the youngsters to send him explicit pictures in exchange for money.
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Dutch schoolchildren make video appeal amid teacher shortage 24 Jan 11:47am Dutch schoolchildren make video appeal amid teacher shortage
Amsterdam primary among many schools in Netherlands suffering from a lack of staff Parents of children at a primary school in the Netherlands have responded to a national teacher shortage by making a short video of their offspring asking for candidates to come forward and help make their dreams come true. In the film the children talk about their plans to be a caretaker, pilot, plumber, acrobat or director when they get older. “But that is not possible without a good teacher,” the parents write on the website of Wereldboom school in Amsterdam.
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Billions of locusts swarm through Kenya - in pictures 24 Jan 11:34am Billions of locusts swarm through Kenya - in pictures
Huge locust swarms in east Africa are the result of extreme weather swings and could prove catastrophic for a region still reeling from drought and deadly floods. Dense clouds of the ravenous insects have spread from Ethiopia and Somalia into Kenya, in the region’s worse infestation in decades
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Grenfell survivors consider boycotting inquiry over conflict of interest 24 Jan 11:30am Grenfell survivors consider boycotting inquiry over conflict of interest
Johnson appointed panellist Benita Mehra despite links to cladding manufacturer A boycott of Monday’s long-awaited restart to the Grenfell Tower public inquiry is among actions being considered by survivors and the bereaved, to protest Boris Johnson’s appointment of a key figure who has links to the manufacturer of the cladding panels which spread the fire. With less than three days until the resumption of hearings into the blaze that killed 72 people there are rising tensions in the community about the role of the engineer Benita Mehra. Lawyers for more than 60 members of the Grenfell community who are core participants in the inquiry are now urging her to quit.
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Pandemic game Plague Inc climbs charts after coronavirus outbreak 24 Jan 11:13am Pandemic game Plague Inc climbs charts after coronavirus outbreak
Game was first released in 2012 and has had sales boosts before at times of health scares A video game about a world-ravaging pandemic that kills half of humanity has shot to the top of Apple’s App Store in China at the same time as three cities have been put into lockdown to halt the spread of the coronavirus. Plague Inc, first released in 2012, is a strategy game in which players take on the role of causing a pandemic. They must evolve their pathogen, balancing infectiousness, lethality and visibility, in order to succeed at infecting and killing as many people as possible before humanity invents and deploys a cure.
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‘Something is wrong’: MEPs say EU is failing on the regulation of live animal exports 24 Jan 11:08am ‘Something is wrong’: MEPs say EU is failing on the regulation of live animal exports
Regulation breaches and fewer, larger slaughterhouses have led to growing numbers of animals travelling further to slaughter
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Palestinian president warns US and Israel as Trump plan looms 24 Jan 11:07am Palestinian president warns US and Israel as Trump plan looms
Mahmoud Abbas’s spokesman tells two governments not to cross ‘red lines’ The Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, has warned Israel and the US not to cross “red lines” as anxiety mounts over the impending release of Donald Trump’s peace plan proposal, which is widely expected to be tilted heavily in Israel’s favour. A spokesman for Abbas said the Palestinian leadership had a “clear and unwavering position” to reject any Trump-led initiatives.
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Calls for global ban on wild animal markets amid coronavirus outbreak 24 Jan 9:31am Calls for global ban on wild animal markets amid coronavirus outbreak
Experts say wildlife sold for human consumption raises risk of new epidemics
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Six people killed in shooting in south-west Germany, say reports 24 Jan 9:17am Six people killed in shooting in south-west Germany, say reports
Police arrest suspect after incident in Rot am See Six people have been killed and several injured in a shooting in the town of Rot am See in south-western Germany, according to a report by the dpa news agency. Police in the nearby town of Aalen said several people were injured and some were killed in the shooting early on Friday afternoon. The number of fatalities has yet to be confirmed by the authorities.
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Airport meeting lands Spanish minister in Venezuela controversy 24 Jan 9:16am Airport meeting lands Spanish minister in Venezuela controversy
José Luis Ábalos met Venezuela vice-president, who is banned from EU, on plane in Madrid Opposition parties in Spain are calling on the government to explain why one of its ministers met Venezuela’s vice-president in a secretive encounter onboard a private jet at Madrid airport. It emerged on Thursday that José Luis Ábalos, the transport minister in the leftwing coalition government and a senior member of the Spanish Socialist Workers’ party, had met Delcy Rodríguez in the early hours of Monday morning.
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China coronavirus: UK Cobra committee meets as death toll rises to 26 – live news 24 Jan 9:15am Updated China coronavirus: UK Cobra committee meets as death toll rises to 26 – live news
UK emergency committee to discuss outbreak as more than 33 million people affected by lockdown measures in China
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US and Europe clash over climate crisis threat on last Davos day 24 Jan 8:54am US and Europe clash over climate crisis threat on last Davos day
US Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin downplayed risks posed by climate emergency The United States and Europe have clashed over the threat posed by global heating as Donald Trump’s finance minister downplay the risks of a climate crisis during the final session of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
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New York City bans cashless businesses in step against discrimination 24 Jan 8:31am New York City bans cashless businesses in step against discrimination
Supporters of the ban argue electronic-only payments discriminate against people who don’t have a bank account or access to credit New York City’s council has voted to ban cashless businesses, in what politicians said was an effort to rein in “the excesses of the digital economy” and stop discrimination against low-income residents. The city council on Thursday almost unanimously passed legislation, which will fine retail outlets, including stores and restaurants, if they refuse to accept cash payment.
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Davos 2020: Greta Thunberg blasts climate inaction; Lagarde fears Brexit cliff edge - live updates 24 Jan 8:27am Updated Davos 2020: Greta Thunberg blasts climate inaction; Lagarde fears Brexit cliff edge - live updates
Climate activists protest at the World Economic Forum, as Lagarde, Georgieva and Mnuchin discuss the economic outlook
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China coronavirus: UK Cobra committee meet as death toll rises to 26 – live news 24 Jan 8:06am Updated China coronavirus: UK Cobra committee meet as death toll rises to 26 – live news
UK emergency committee to discuss outbreak as more than 33 million people affected by lockdown measures in China
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Postman faces jail in Japan over undelivered mail mountain 24 Jan 7:17am Postman faces jail in Japan over undelivered mail mountain
Police found about 24,000 undelivered items dating back to 2003 at his home near Tokyo A former Japanese postman faces possible charges after police discovered he stockpiled a mountain of mail at his home, reportedly saying it was “too much bother” to deliver the items. The man was referred to prosecutors for allegedly violating postal law, a Kanagawa prefectural police spokesman told Agence France-Press.
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Man jailed for east London machete attack on police officer 24 Jan 7:17am Man jailed for east London machete attack on police officer
Muhammad Rodwan inflicted six gashes to officer’s head and arm in Leyton last August A man has been jailed for 16 years for a “brutal and shocking” machete attack on a police officer. Muhammad Rodwan, 56, struck PC Stuart Outten over the head with a 2ft-long blade after being stopped in his white van in east London last August.
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Threat of jail shapes Egyptian lives nine years after uprising 24 Jan 7:08am Threat of jail shapes Egyptian lives nine years after uprising
Risk of detention looms over even the apolitical and there are rising reports of deaths in custody Mohammed Abdellatif did not see himself as a political activist. As a dentist in Cairo, his concerns were focused on healthcare and issues such as a lack of medical supplies and low wages for doctors. Then at 3am one day last September, 50 armed security agents stormed his family home. Abdellatif’s alleged crime was to have launched a social media campaign demanding better pay and conditions for health workers in Egypt. The previous month while working at a public hospital in Giza, he had started the Twitter hashtag “Egyptian doctors are angry”.
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Eileen Clayton obituary 24 Jan 7:02am Eileen Clayton obituary
My friend Eileen Clayton, who has died aged 75, spent more than 40 years working and volunteering on the
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Coronavirus: UK Cobra committee to meet as China death toll rises to 26 – live news 24 Jan 6:55am Updated Coronavirus: UK Cobra committee to meet as China death toll rises to 26 – live news
UK emergency committee to discuss outbreak as more than 33 million people affected by lockdown measures in China
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Essex lorry deaths: man can be extradited to UK, Irish judge rules 24 Jan 6:51am Updated Essex lorry deaths: man can be extradited to UK, Irish judge rules
Eamonn Harrison, from County Down, is wanted in connection with 39 container deaths
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Zimbabwe urged to prioritise children as record poverty causes food shortages 24 Jan 6:42am Zimbabwe urged to prioritise children as record poverty causes food shortages
Researchers sound the alarm after statistics reveal almost half of impoverished children in rural areas do not have enough to eat Poverty has reached unprecedented levels in Zimbabwe, with more than 70% of Zimbabwean children in rural areas living in poverty, a UN study has found. The report, compiled by Unicef and the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency, shows high levels of privation in rural areas, where 76.3% of children live in abject poverty. Statistics seen by the Guardian suggest that almost half of these children do not have enough of the right food to eat.
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What is the Wuhan coronavirus and how worried should we be? 24 Jan 6:02am Updated What is the Wuhan coronavirus and how worried should we be?
Experts fear latest strain of virus may spread across world
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Britain must be held to account for its role in the war in Yemen 24 Jan 5:47am Britain must be held to account for its role in the war in Yemen
As the death toll in Yemen passes 100,000, questions must be asked about UK arms exports to the Saudi-led coalition As British politics reverberates with the results of the general election and Brexit approaches, the announcement from researchers that the death toll in the war in Yemen now
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Pregnant and shackled: why inmates are still giving birth cuffed and bound 24 Jan 5:30am Pregnant and shackled: why inmates are still giving birth cuffed and bound
Despite a federal law that prohibits the shackling of expectant mothers, the 85% of incarcerated women who are in state prisons or county jails often remain at the mercy of guards Seven months pregnant, hands cuffed and feet bound, Sophia Casias shuffled across the floor at the Bexar county adult detention center in San Antonio, Texas, on March 2017. A guard at stood in front of her, holding the chain connected to Casias’s handcuffs. Casias couldn’t keep her balance though and crumpled on to the wet cement floor. She sobbed and felt as if she couldn’t breathe. She would later realize that she had felt the same way when multiple family members sexually assaulted her as a child.
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Coronavirus: death toll rises to 26 in China, with 830 infected – live news 24 Jan 5:29am Updated Coronavirus: death toll rises to 26 in China, with 830 infected – live news
Possible cases being tested in Scotland and Belfast; World Health Organisation committee says ‘too early’ to declare emergency
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Donald Trump set to unveil Middle East peace plan within days 24 Jan 4:45am Donald Trump set to unveil Middle East peace plan within days
Palestinians ‘will act negatively at first’, US president says onboard Air Force One Donald Trump said he will probably release details of his long-delayed peace plan for the Middle East before next Tuesday, after he invited the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the opposition head, Benny Gantz, to Washington for talks. Speaking onboard Air Force One en route to Miami, the US president compared solving one of the world’s most intractable territorial disputes to a business deal.
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Sombre EU leaders sign Brexit withdrawal agreement 24 Jan 4:39am Sombre EU leaders sign Brexit withdrawal agreement
Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel sign document seven days before exit day A sombre Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel, the leaders of the European commission and council, have formally signed the withdrawal agreement as Brussels prepares for the UK’s exit from the EU in seven days’ time. In photographs issued of the signing ceremony in the EU’s Europa building on Friday morning, the bloc’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, can be seen standing behind the two presidents.
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Taylor Swift discloses fight with eating disorder in new documentary 24 Jan 4:32am Taylor Swift discloses fight with eating disorder in new documentary
‘There’s always some standard of beauty that you’re not meeting,’ she tells Miss Americana director Lana Wilson T
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Coronavirus: UK universities issue quarantine warning 24 Jan 3:42am Coronavirus: UK universities issue quarantine warning
Students going to China for new year may not be readmitted without quarantine period
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Bushfires, ash rain, dust storms and flash floods: two weeks in apocalyptic Australia 24 Jan 3:41am Bushfires, ash rain, dust storms and flash floods: two weeks in apocalyptic Australia
As the country lurches painfully from one extreme weather to another, residents are fearful of what they will face next In Australia this summer, talking about the weather inevitably leads to talking about the apocalypse. “When’s the plague of locusts going to arrive?” jokes one Sydney resident after hearing reports that her city is to receive another storm of giant hailstones on Friday afternoon, just a day after it sweltered in temperatures of 40C and toxic smoke kept people stuck indoors, away from the respite of the beach.
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Coronavirus: Chinese hospitals in chaos as lockdown spreads to affect 33m people 24 Jan 2:46am Coronavirus: Chinese hospitals in chaos as lockdown spreads to affect 33m people
Public transport suspended in at least 10 cities as death toll rises and heath care centres struggle to cope with influx of patients Hospitals in the Chinese city of Wuhan have been thrown into chaos and the movement of about 33 million people has been restricted by an unprecedented and indefinite lockdown imposed to halt the spread of the deadly new coronavirus.
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Crown Resorts chairman John Alexander stood down from executive role in corporate reshuffle 24 Jan 2:41am Crown Resorts chairman John Alexander stood down from executive role in corporate reshuffle
The long-time Packer lieutenant will serve as an executive director for a year to ‘assist with the transition’, Crown says James Packer’s embattled Crown Resorts group has bowed to investor pressure by killing off chairman John Alexander’s executive role with the group in a wide-ranging corporate reshuffle announced late on Friday. Minerals Council chair Helen Coonan will take over the non-executive chair part of the job, which deals with corporate governance and other oversight issues, while chief financial officer Ken Barton has been elevated to chief executive.
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North Korea appoints hardline ex-army officer as new foreign minister 24 Jan 2:00am North Korea appoints hardline ex-army officer as new foreign minister
Analysts say appointment of Ri Son-gwon suggests tougher stance on nuclear talks with US
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Lost land: processing the Australian bushfires – a photo essay 24 Jan 2:00am Lost land: processing the Australian bushfires – a photo essay
Australian photographer Alethia Casey watched the bushfires in her home country in despair and produced these artworks using prints from her last visit there, reworking them to transfer her emotions into the images The bushfires that continue to wreak havoc in Australia began in September last year and are the worst in recorded history. Years ago, I was trapped in a bushfire in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales. There were flames on either side of the highway and I only very narrowly made it through them safely. It was one of the most terrifying moments of my life. Yet the scale of that fire was nothing compared to those now burning throughout Australia, where it is estimated that more than 10m acres of land have been scorched. The country is literally choking.
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British army photographic competition announced – pictures 24 Jan 2:00am British army photographic competition announced – pictures
Cpl Rebecca Brown has become the first female soldier to win the British Army Photographer of the Year award in this year’s Army Film and Photographic Competition. The 29-year-old also came runner-up for Best Online Image and for her Professional Sport and Adventure Training pictures
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Australia fires live: homes feared lost in NSW bushfires as six firefighters reported injured – latest updates 24 Jan 1:27am Updated Australia fires live: homes feared lost in NSW bushfires as six firefighters reported injured – latest updates
Six volunteer firefighters reportedly taken to hospital with ‘serious injuries’ in truck rollover, names of three US firefighters killed in C-130 crash released, and Sydney covered in thick smoke haze. Follow the latest news and live updates
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Australian who helped Peter Thiel bankrupt Gawker sues ex-business partner 24 Jan 1:16am Australian who helped Peter Thiel bankrupt Gawker sues ex-business partner
Aron D’Souza, known for involvement in Hulk Hogan defamation case, seeks $2m in legal action The Australian man who helped tech billionaire Peter Thiel bankrupt the news website
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Coronavirus: Chinese hospitals in chaos as lockdown spreads to affect 20m people 24 Jan 1:11am Coronavirus: Chinese hospitals in chaos as lockdown spreads to affect 20m people
Public transport suspended in at least 10 cities as death toll rises and heath care centres struggle to cope with influx of patients Hospitals in the Chinese city of Wuhan have been thrown into chaos and the movement of around 20 million people has been restricted by an unprecedented and indefinite lockdown imposed to halt the spread of the deadly new coronavirus.
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With Isabel Dos Santos, we Angolans developed Stockholm syndrome | Cláudio Silva 24 Jan 1:00am With Isabel Dos Santos, we Angolans developed Stockholm syndrome | Cláudio Silva
Before the Luanda Leaks we’d questioned where her wealth came from. But we were desperate for shreds of comfortPerhaps the
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Czartoryski collection back on display after decade-long wait 24 Jan 12:00am Czartoryski collection back on display after decade-long wait
Polish art collection, parts of which were once the property of Nazis and communists, reopens amid financial controversey
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