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Deadly knife attack in south of France investigated by anti-terrorism prosecutor - rt

Deadly knife attack in south of France investigated by anti-terrorism prosecutor

The man who killed two people and injured five in the southeastern French town of Romans-sur-Isère had the aim of “seriously disturbing public order by intimidation or terror,” the anti-terrorism prosecutor’s office said.
rt - 4 hours ago
Restaurant and bars account for more than half of the US jobs lost in March - quartz

Restaurant and bars account for more than half of the US jobs lost in March

They are the hardest hit of the hard-hit "leisure and hospitality" category.
quartz - 4 hours ago
Lottery jackpots are being reduced as the coronavirus crisis hits ticket sales - quartz

Lottery jackpots are being reduced as the coronavirus crisis hits ticket sales

Powerball and Mega Millions will use ticket sales and interest rates to determine future jackpots.
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‘Animal abuser tortured dog then baked it to death in roasting hot oven’ - metro

‘Animal abuser tortured dog then baked it to death in roasting hot oven’

Investigators say the incident is the worst case of animal cruelty they've ever investigated
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A Coronavirus-Stricken Cruise Ship Spent Weeks Trying to Dock. It Just Arrived in Miami With Two Dead People Aboard. - vice

A Coronavirus-Stricken Cruise Ship Spent Weeks Trying to Dock. It Just Arrived in Miami With Two Dead People Aboard.

A dozen other people on the Coral Princess have tested positive for COVID-19.
vice - 7 hours ago
The coronavirus crisis is forcing the US Supreme Court to face its technology problem - quartz

The coronavirus crisis is forcing the US Supreme Court to face its technology problem

Judicial transparency advocates have long advocated for cameras in the court and livestreaming.
quartz - 7 hours ago
Inmates to be let out early as Coronavirus threatens prisons - channel 4

Inmates to be let out early as Coronavirus threatens prisons

To relieve the pressure on jails and the NHS, thousands of inmates in England and Wales will be temporarily released on licence, with electronic tagging.
channel 4 - 8 hours ago
Keir Starmer storms Labour leadership contest - channel 4

Keir Starmer storms Labour leadership contest

Keir Starmer is set to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
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New Orleans takes on Coronavirus battle 15 years after hurricane - channel 4

New Orleans takes on Coronavirus battle 15 years after hurricane

New Orleans - where tens of thousands of people crowded into the city to celebrate Mardi Gras just mere weeks ago - is fast emerging as the southern hotspot of coronavirus in the United States.
channel 4 - 8 hours ago
Trump rejects CDC advice to wear masks as US virus death toll reaches 7,100 - channel 4

Trump rejects CDC advice to wear masks as US virus death toll reaches 7,100

As the number of cases across the world continue rising fast - President Trump has rejected advice from his own health experts.
channel 4 - 8 hours ago
Virologists develop ‘user-friendly rapid test’ that can detect Covid-19 in 20 minutes - channel 4

Virologists develop ‘user-friendly rapid test’ that can detect Covid-19 in 20 minutes

As questions over testing continue - one virologist has been part of a team working on a test, in her spare time, in conjunction with Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
channel 4 - 8 hours ago
Midlands coronavirus death toll worst in England - channel 4

Midlands coronavirus death toll worst in England

212 patients in the Midlands have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours - far more even than London - with hospital admission rates in the region up by almost 50%.
channel 4 - 8 hours ago
Five-year-old becomes youngest UK coronavirus victim as death toll soars by 708 - channel 4

Five-year-old becomes youngest UK coronavirus victim as death toll soars by 708

An hour or two outside or the lives of those we love, and those on the NHS frontline - that's the stark choice set out by the Government today, urging the British public not to break the social distancing rules.
channel 4 - 8 hours ago
A glimmer of hope in Italy, as fewer patients in intensive care for the first time & daily death toll declines - rt

A glimmer of hope in Italy, as fewer patients in intensive care for the first time & daily death toll declines

The number of coronavirus patients in intensive care has fallen in Italy for the first time since the outbreak began, while the number of new deaths also declined slightly, but remains high at 681 cases in 24 hours.
rt - 8 hours ago
Iran develops homegrown AI software to speed up coronavirus tests - rt

Iran develops homegrown AI software to speed up coronavirus tests

Tehran has unveiled new artificial intelligence software to speed up detection of the Covid-19 virus. With US sanctions restricting access to testing kits, necessity forced one of the region's hardest-hit countries to innovate.
rt - 8 hours ago
ESPN2 is airing an esports marathon because Covid-19 has crimped live sports - quartz

ESPN2 is airing an esports marathon because Covid-19 has crimped live sports

Amid coronavirus fears, NBA players will compete in a basketball video game instead.
quartz - 9 hours ago
How Pape Diouf helped change the fortunes of African players in European football - quartz

How Pape Diouf helped change the fortunes of African players in European football

African footballers were well-regarded as athletes in 1980s European soccer but didn't achieve superstar status like European teammates—Pape Diouf helped change that.
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Chinese communities built a donation pipeline for Covid-19 supplies to US hospitals - quartz

Chinese communities built a donation pipeline for Covid-19 supplies to US hospitals

As US anti-Asian racism spikes, Chinese communities are hard at work transporting Covid-19 medical supplies from China to US hospitals in dire need.
quartz - 9 hours ago
‘White monopoly capital’: South African radicals scorn massive donations that could help black businesses - rt

‘White monopoly capital’: South African radicals scorn massive donations that could help black businesses

White billionaires giving money to help struggling South Africans during the Covid-19 economic slump have faced a barrage of insults from anti-white radical politicians.
rt - 10 hours ago
Downsizing, but no departure: US military leaves another base in Iraq - rt

Downsizing, but no departure: US military leaves another base in Iraq

US and coalition troops have left a military base near Baghdad in Iraq, handing control of the facility over to Iraqi forces. The withdrawal is not the first in recent weeks, yet the US presence in Iraq will continue.
rt - 10 hours ago
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Saudi Arabia accepts UN call for coronavirus ceasefire in Yemen – reports

Saudi Arabia accepts UN call for coronavirus ceasefire in Yemen – reports

rt - 1 week ago

The Saudi-led coalition has reportedly agreed to a truce in Yemen five years to the day of launching an intervention there as part of a United Nations call for a global armistice among the Covid-19 pandemic.

Riyadh’s decision to stand down follows the acceptance of the ceasefire by the pro-Saudi followers of ousted President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi and the Houthi rebels that have controlled the capital since January 2015.

The chair of the Houthi rebels' Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, welcomed Riyadh’s support for the ceasefire, while expressing hopes in a tweet later on Wednesday that it would “translate [into] practice.” It remains to be seen whether the ceasefire will hold, since numerous previous attempts by the UN to broker one have all faltered. In an earlier post, al-Houthi slammed the Saudi-led coalition, stating it had increased its strikes on Yemen since the UN’s initial call for the truce, launching some 40 air raids.

UN special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths appealed for such a ceasefire last week, and Secretary General Antonio Guterres sent another letter to the warring parties on Wednesday, calling for an “immediate” halt to the hostilities:

More than five years of conflict have devastated the lives of tens of millions of Yemenis. 

It was on March 25, 2015 that Saudi Arabia and its allies intervened in Yemen, first with air strikes against the Houthis and later with a ground campaign. Despite its overwhelming advantage on paper, the coalition has not been able to defeat the Houthis, though the war has caused enormous civilian suffering in the impoverished country on the southern end of the Arabian peninsula.

UN reports have estimated that by the end of 2019, over 100,000 Yemenis have died as a direct result of the fighting, with another 130,000 more perishing from famine and disease, in the country of some 30 million people.

The US has provided logistical support for the Saudi coalition, accusing the Houthis as being “proxies” of Iran. Both are followers of Shia Islam. Attempts by the US Congress to limit the involvement in Yemen have not managed to overcome the presidential veto threshold.

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