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Assad’s forces and their Russian allies push north.

Assad’s forces and their Russian allies push north.

Assad’s forces and their Russian allies push north to confront Turkish advance. People holding the Syrian flag in the town of Ain Issa, Syria, on Monday. Pro-Kremlin reporter today released footage showing the inside of a freshly abandoned US base in northern Syria as President Assad’s forces and their Russian allies pushed rapidly north to confront a Turkish advance. “Good morning, everybody from Manbij,” Oleg Blokhin said in the video. “I’m at the American base...
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Prince William and Imran Khan at royal lunch.

Prince William and Imran Khan at royal lunch.

Prince William and Imran Khan reminisce during royal lunch. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the first royals to make an official visit to Pakistan since 2006. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have begun their first royal tour of Pakistan with a private lunch hosted by Imran Khan, the prime minister.The royal couple met Mr Khan, a former international cricketer who was a friend to the prince’s mother, at his official residence in Islamabad. They reminisced about...
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Climate activists on the funeral.

Climate activists on the funeral.

Climate activists on the Extinction Rebellion funeral march from Marble Arch to Russell Square. Climate activists on the Extinction Rebellion funeral march from Marble Arch to Russell Square. Extinction Rebellion activists attempted to close down the City of London today as they targeted bankers at the start of a second week of protests.Police were swift to act against protesters, who had intended to “swarm” several sites in the area, but were quickly corralled into a small...
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Queen’s Speech: How Boris Johnson will govern.

Queen’s Speech: How Boris Johnson will govern.

Queen’s Speech: Boris Johnson will govern as “One Nation” Conservative. Queen Elizabeth was accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall as she delivered her speech in the House of Lords  Boris Johnson today pledged to govern as a “One Nation” Conservative as he unveiled a Queen’s speech to lay the foundations for a general election campaign.The prime minister outlined 26 bills to toughen sentences for criminals, improve air quality and make it easier for patients to...
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Jeremy Corbyn defies his MPs.

Jeremy Corbyn defies his MPs.

Jeremy Corbyn defies his MPs and declares: I’m ready for an election. Jeremy Corbyn addressed supporters in Northampton. Jeremy Corbyn has put himself on a collision course with his own MPs today by declaring that he wants a general election before a second Brexit referendum.Asked if he backed going to the country before another Brexit poll, Mr Corbyn said: “The second referendum would be what we propose under a Labour government.”He had earlier kicked off Labour’s unofficial election...
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Turkey begins Syria incursion, targeting Militia.

Turkey begins Syria incursion, targeting Militia.

Turkey begins Syria incursion, targeting Militia backed by U.S. BEIRUT, Lebanon — Turkey launched a planned military incursion into northeastern Syria on Wednesday aimed at flushing out a Syrian militia backed by the United States, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wrote on Twitter. Mr. Erdogan said the operation aimed to “prevent the creation of a terror corridor across our southern border,” but provided no other information about where Turkish forces had entered Syria or how far in...
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California prepares for unprecedented wildfires.

California prepares for unprecedented wildfires.

California prepares for unprecedented wildfires and widespread power outages. Stronger winds are expected in more than two years, with gusts of up to 72 km per hour. Rows to buy batteries and mineral water. Bottled water and batteries flew off the shelves of California stores as millions of customers prepared to live without electricity for days in the face of what Pacific Gas & Electric considered an unprecedented danger of uncontrolled fires. The power company announced that it would halt...
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DUP and Eurosceptics reject Brexit offer.

DUP and Eurosceptics reject Brexit offer.

DUP and Eurosceptics reject Brexit offer on Irish backstop. Boris Johnson yesterday said that he is seeking help to “get the boat off the rocks” The DUP and senior Tory Eurosceptics have rejected a new concession from the European Union which provides a mechanism for the Northern Ireland assembly to leave the Irish backstop. Diplomatic sources close to the talks said European governments are prepared to concede a unilateral revocation of the withdrawal treaty by...
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US clears path for Turkey to invade Syria.

US clears path for Turkey to invade Syria.

US clears path for Turkey to invade Syria. The US is withdrawing its troops from northeastern Syria, a move seen by its Kurdish allies as a betrayal. President Trump has given the green light to a Turkish invasion of northeastern Syria, saying that he is withdrawing US troops from border areas. He added that the United States was abandoning control of tens of thousands of Islamic State prisoners in a major shift in policy which...
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Johnson in last-ditch bid to save Brexit plan.

Johnson in last-ditch bid to save Brexit plan.

Johnson in last-ditch bid to save Brexit plan. Boris Johnson is in a “big mess”, according to Antti Rinne, the Finnish prime minister. Boris Johnson was in talks last night to save his Brexit plan after being warned by European leaders that the deal would not be approved at next week’s crunch summit unless he backed down. The prime minister used a round of calls to EU capitals to try to keep his proposals for the Irish...
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What will humans eat on Mars?

What will humans eat on Mars?

What will humans eat on Mars? Planetary scientist Kevin Cannon talks about the logistics of feeding a population of one million on the Red Planet. If you ask Elon Musk, private space travel could be a reality in the next year, and a self-sustaining city on Mars is not far off. In the meantime, planetary scientist Kevin Cannon and his colleagues at the University of Central Florida are less concerned with the Starship that will launch passengers...
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Climate change may reduce wheat production.

Climate change may reduce wheat production.

Study finds climate change may dramatically reduce wheat production. A recent study finds that in the coming decades, wheat yields are projected to decrease by 6 percent for each degree Celsius the temperature rises if no measures to adapt to extreme weather fluctuations are taken. The study involving Kansas State University researchers finds that in the coming decades at least one-quarter of the world's wheat production will be lost to extreme weather from climate change...
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Australia bushfires destroy historic lodge.

Australia bushfires destroy historic lodge.

Australia bushfires arrive early, destroying historic lodge in ‘Omen’ of Future. SYDNEY, Australia — The conservationists who built the secluded Binna Burra Lodge in Australia’s lush mountains more than 80 years ago hoped to protect and share the natural beauty of the surrounding rainforest. But over the weekend, a bushfire destroyed the beloved getaway, one of Australia’s oldest nature resorts — drawing tears from neighbors and alarm from officials who warned that climate change and...
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Brexit: Boris Johnson stands ground.

Brexit: Boris Johnson stands ground.

Brexit: Boris Johnson stands ground on Ireland customs checks. Boris Johnson began the mission to sell his ideas for a new Brexit deal today in the face of concern in Brussels and anger in Dublin. The prime minister denied reports that the government would propose a “string of customs posts” but said there would have to be checks. In interviews the prime minister has for the first time acknowledged the “reality” that there will need...
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Trump pressed Scott Morrison for help.

Trump pressed Scott Morrison for help.

Trump pressed Scott Morrison for help to discredit Mueller inquiry. President Trump called on the Australian prime minister to assist in investigating the origins of the Mueller inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, officials confirmed today. Mr Trump asked Scott Morrison to help uncover evidence which could help William Barr, the US attorney-general, discredit Mr Mueller’s inquiry and find grounds for a review. The inquiry, which concluded in May, revealed that Russia...
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Sajid Javid pledges to raise minimum wage.

Sajid Javid pledges to raise minimum wage.

Sajid Javid pledges to raise minimum wage to £10.50 in Conservative conference speech. The Treasury is drawing up plans to pump billions of pounds into the economy to mitigate the effects of a no-deal Brexit, the chancellor said today. The minimum wage will rise to £10.50 an hour by 2024, the chancellor said today as he moved to cast the Tories as the party of working people. Sajid Javid said that the increase would “end low...
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President Donald Trump did not hide his fury.

President Donald Trump did not hide his fury.

President Donald Trump did not hide his fury over the leak of the conversation he had with his Ukrainian couple. President Donald Trump did not hide his fury over the leak of the conversation he had with his Ukrainian couple. and that unleashed the request for political trial that the Democrats launched. Image Credit: AFP Agence France Presse, 2019. The White House chief told members of the United States Mission to the United Nations on...
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Impeachment to Donald Trump.

Impeachment to Donald Trump.

Impeachment to Donald Trump: the White House confirms a key detail of the complaint. A government source admitted that the complaint of an intelligence agent was filed under which the president abused his power. The White House on Friday confirmed a crucial detail of the intelligence agent's complaint that President Donald Trump abused the power of his office.A senior official acknowledged that the draft transcript of Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski on...
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Komodo Dragons’ skin looks like chain mail.

Komodo Dragons’ skin looks like chain mail.

Komodo Dragons' skin looks like chain mail. CT scans show layered bone covers the adult reptile’s body, likely to protect them when fighting for mates and food. No, they don’t breathe fire, but Komodo dragons do have something medieval about them: skin that looks like chain mail, new research shows. Researchers have known about the bony bits since the dragon was first identified by western scientists in 1910. The armor protected the animals them from the...
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Climate Change, the defining issue of our time.

Climate Change, the defining issue of our time.

Climate Change, the defining issue of our time. Climate Change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a defining moment. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding, the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in scale. Without drastic action today, adapting to these impacts in the future will be more difficult and costly. The Human...
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Israeli Arabs back Benny Gantz for Prime Minister.

Israeli Arabs back Benny Gantz for Prime Minister.

Israeli Arabs back Benny Gantz to become Prime Minister. Benny Gantz, left, is likely to replace Binyamin Netanyahu as prime minister.  Benny Gantz, the former general who went into politics only eight months ago, is on track to be asked to form a new Israeli government this week, ending Binyamin Netanyahu’s record stint as prime minister. Yesterday Israeli Arab political parties broke with longstanding precedent and endorsed Mr Gantz’s bid to become prime minister after last...
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Global temperatures rising more quickly.

Global temperatures rising more quickly.

Global temperatures rising more quickly, warns United Nations. Sea levels rose from 3mm between 1997 and 2006 to 4mm in 2007. Sea-level rise, ice loss, extreme weather and other effects of climate change are increasing, according to the United Nations’ weather agency. The period from 2015 to the end of 2019 is likely to be the warmest five-year period on record globally, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said in a report issued to coincide with a...
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Labour must become the party of Remain.

Labour must become the party of Remain.

Labour must become the party of Remain, says Emily Thornberry. ”We must fight with every fibre of our beings to stay between now and October 31” Emily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, told conference that Labour should become the party of Remain and “strive day and night, whatever it takes, to keep Britain in the EU”. She addressed delegates in Brighton as it emerged that Mr Corbyn could be forced to back remaining in the EU after...
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A movie robbery at a Castle in France.

A movie robbery at a Castle in France.

A movie robbery of two million euros in jewels, were stolen from the French castle Vaux le Visconte, that defined the construction of Versailles. The property that stands 60 kilometers from Paris and that was, for a mere matter of egos, the founding stone of the famous palace of Versailles, also built in the French capital, was the victim of a cinematic robbery in the last hours, with a multi-million dollar loot.  It is the castle of...
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Netanyahu rebuffed after appeal to Benny Gantz.

Netanyahu rebuffed after appeal to Benny Gantz.

Binyamin Netanyahu rebuffed after coalition appeal to Benny Gantz. Binyamin Netanyahu’s attempt to win over his most powerful political rival was swiftly rebuffed today when Benny Gantz rejected his plea to join him in a national unity government, saying he deserved to lead himself. Mr Netanyahu’s surprise appeal to Mr Gantz marked an abrupt change of strategy for the embattled Israeli leader after he failed to secure a governing majority from voters. With all but...
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“Friday for the future”, against climate change.

“Friday for the future”, against climate change.

“Friday for the future” World March for Climate. Millions take to the streets across the planet against climate change. From Sydney to Helsinki and from Cape Town to Kabul, young people march to demand measures. In Berlin, some 80,000 people, according to the organizers, concentrated in front of the Brandenburg Gate, not far from the chancery. In Helsinki, Finland, a false Santa Claus held a sign in front of Parliament: "My house catches fire and...
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Britain submits its backstop alternatives.

Britain submits its backstop alternatives.

Britain submits its backstop alternatives to European Union. Stephen Barclay, the Brexit secretary, warned that a “purist” approach on Northern Ireland would fail. Britain has formally tabled proposals for alternatives to the Irish backstop in an attempt to unlock a Brexit deal with the European Union. The written submission is understood to have been sent yesterday after talks between Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president. It is understood to build on Mr...
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Scientists v. Politicians.

Scientists v. Politicians.

Scientists  v. Politicians. The land, is our home and is sick with a chronical ailment, we have inoculated ourselves: humans. It's called climate change or global warming. It's the most widespread disease, but as we'll see later it's not the only one. External manifestations are becoming more dramatic. In recent times the follow-up began in Japan with a tsunami that swept away everything that stood in its wake. Since then the tsunamis have been identified...
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Netanyahu’s hopes of power in Israel.

Netanyahu’s hopes of power in Israel.

Israeli elections: Netanyahu’s hopes of power fade after poll setback. Binyamin Netanyahu’s political fate hung by a thread this morning after Israeli voters delivered a sharp setback to the prime minister’s hopes of forming a coalition of right-wing and religious parties. The bloc led by Mr Netanyahu’s Likud party was on course to win 55 seats in the 120 parliament, five fewer than it secured in April’s elections. With more than 90 per cent of...
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Government warns Supreme Court.

Government warns Supreme Court.

Government warns Supreme Court not to judge ‘political’ prorogation. The Supreme Court was this morning warned by the government it was not capable of judging “inherently and fundamentally political” questions such as the prorogation of parliament. Sir James Eadie, QC, the first treasury counsel, opened this morning’s hearing in a case that will shape Britain’s constitutional future as well as the outcome of Brexit with a staunch defence of the prime minister’s ability to make “political and...
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Liberal Democrats will revoke Brexit.

Liberal Democrats will revoke Brexit.

Liberal Democrats will revoke Brexit, for Brenda from Bristol, says Chuka Umunna. Chuka Umunna has defended the Lib Dem policy to abandon Brexit if they won a general election. Chuka Umunna, the new Liberal Democrat MP, has tried to head off a growing revolt over his party’s controversial policy to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit by suggesting it was popular with voters tired of elections. The pledge that a Lib Dem-led government would abandon Brexit...
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Ancient woodlands’ temporary reprieve.

Ancient woodlands’ temporary reprieve.

Ancient woodlands given temporary reprieve during HS2 review. The company preparing to build HS2, the high speed rail line, has been ordered to stop cutting down ancient woodland unless “absolutely necessary”.Grant Shapps, the transport secretary, made the order today in response to concerns that removing irreplaceable woodland would cause unnecessary damage if a review resulted in the project being scrapped. Ministers ordered an independent review last month of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project amid concerns that...
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The Guardian apologizes for David Cameron editorial.

The Guardian apologizes for David Cameron editorial.

The Guardian apologizes for David Cameron editorial. The Guardian has apologized for saying that David Cameron has only ever suffered “privileged pain” in an editorial. The newspaper was accused last night of treating with insensitivity the former prime minister’s grief over the death of his severely disabled son, Ivan. In a leader published on Sunday evening, it said that although Mr Cameron had known pain and failure in his life, “it has always been limited failure...
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Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker.

Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker.

Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker: why is their meeting important? Why has Boris Johnson gone to meet Jean-Claude Juncker today? In part because the European Commission president is Mr Johnson’s formal “interlocutor” in the Brexit negotiations and the pair have not met since the prime minister took office. But the more interesting question is why now? Over the past few weeks David Frost, the prime minister’s Europe adviser, has been holding formal scoping sessions with...
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Robert Mugabe, aged 93, obituary.

Robert Mugabe, aged 93, obituary.

Robert Mugabe, aged 93, obituary. Former president of Zimbabwe whose 37-year despotic rule ruined a prosperous country and ended in a humiliating if bloodless finale. It was not how anyone expected Robert Mugabe to relinquish the presidency of Zimbabwe after 37 years. He did not die in office. He was not ousted by a popular uprising against his long and terrible misrule. The world’s oldest head of state, a man whose cunning had enabled him...
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No election until Brexit be delayed.

No election until Brexit be delayed.

No election until Brexit be delayed. Labour will block poll unless PM gets extension. Boris Johnson's prospects of securing an election are fading after Jeremy Corbyn and the Scottish National Party agreed to block any poll until the prime minister secured an extension to the Brexit deadline.  Mr Johnson has insisted that he would rather “be dead in a ditch” than ask the European Union to delay Brexit — even though he will, from today, be legally...
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