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The number of cases of the respiratory illness triples, as it spreads to Beijing and Shenzhen.
Leaked documents reveal how Isabel dos Santos made her fortune through exploitation and corruption.
Thunderstorms bring rain to fire-affected areas but also cause damage through hail and flash floods.
The opposition leader is expected to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Colombia.
One of the world's biggest users of plastic plans to phase out most single-use items by 2025.
After the 75kg pig was pushed off a tower, it was reportedly sent to the slaughterhouse.
Brad Pitt Mocks Marriage to Angelina Jolie At SAG Awards and Dances With His Other Ex, Jennifer AnistonPosted on Monday January 20, 2020
Brad Pitt brought the house down at the SAG awards with a droll jibe at his ex-wife Angelina Jolie before hitting the dance floor with his other ex, Jennifer Aniston. The two were spotted locking eyes and linking hands in scenes that have Hollywood convinced there is still plenty of residual chemistry between the two.
The prospect of a reunion between the couple remains catnip not just to their fans but even the most casual consumer of Hollywood gossip; they were once America’s sweethearts, married for five years, before Pitt had an affair with Jolie on the set of their comedy Mr and Mrs Smith. Jolie and Pitt then poised for an iconic set of “Happy Family” pictures in W magazine. Pitt was subsequently married to Jolie for six years before a poisonous break-up, in which Jolie accused him of being a drug addict; Pitt subsequently admitted himself to rehab programmes.
In his acceptance award for his part in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, in which he plays a pot-smoking stuntman who shoots his shrewish wife with a crossbow (a plot point not without its critics), and has a scene which involves him fixing a TV aerial while shirtless, Pitt said: “It was a difficult part, a guy who takes his shirt off, gets high and doesn't get on with his wife. It was a big stretch, big.”
On the new season of Marcus Samuelsson’s PBS show No Passport Required, which begins airing tonight, he travels across the United States visiting chefs, cooking and, of course, eating. But I’m used to seeing him in a much more local setting: Central Park. I’ve crossed paths with the James Beard Award–winning chef a few times, running the loop in the park. He lives nearby in Harlem, which is also home to his signature restaurant the Red Rooster. These days, Samuelsson seems to be everywhere with restaurants in JFK airport, Madison Square Garden and in Newark as well as his annual food festival Harlem EatUp!. And that’s not to mention, his recurring role as a judge on the hit Food Network show Chopped. His empire extends around the globe, with a number of establishments and his latest venture, Red Rooster Overtown, opens next month in Miami.
I asked him to keep a workout diary for me as he prepared for the debut of the second season of No Passport Required. Read on for his diary.
I ran outside in my local park. I noticed the weather has gone back and forth, temperature-wise, and it felt like spring. Looking around, people had shorts and short sleeves on. It’s very surreal to see this in January, in the middle of winter. I’m still dressed for January. The park was packed between chess players, people doing outdoor gym workouts, and there’s live music playing from speakers. I usually don’t have time for post workout snacks, because I’m out the door between 8 AM and 9 AM. If I eat before, I’ll have rye bread and avocado or fresh fruit.
CALI, Colombia—At first glance, the story looks almost too twisted to be true, like some Heart of Darkness spin-off for the post-post-colonial age.
Joseph Conrad himself couldn’t have dreamed up an episode more gruesome and vile than the one Panamanian police stumbled onto last Tuesday, deep within a semi-autonomous indigenous comarca (district) of the Ngäbe-Buglé people. Authorities had been alerted by a handful of villagers who turned up at a hospital outside the comarca showing signs of violent beatings, their mouths and tongues roasted with burning sticks, telling tales as best they could of strange rituals going on in the jungle.
As we celebrate another Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, I find myself asking some hard questions about where we are in America relative to Dr. King’s dream for America.
Last Friday, in a stunning Washington Post poll of African-Americans, the data showed that eight in 10 black citizens feel pessimistic about America. Worse, they believe Donald J. Trump to be a racist. Stop for a moment and think about how sad it is that a significant population of American citizens believe their president to be racist. If this is true, we are clearly not making the progress that I think we all hoped for after Barack Obama’s presidency. And the question is why?
As we reflect on the legacy of Dr. King, we should, not just as African-Americans, but as all Americans, re-read his words from the “I have a Dream Speech” in August 1963:
Victoria Lambert explores a selection of gyms offering exercise for mind and body as a new form of holistic fitness. She said the classes on offer at Rowbots in London is the hardest she's ever done.
Laurence Fox said this morning that Britain is tired of being told it is racist while being one of the most tolerant countries in the world.
Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has escaped unharmed after crashing his car in Carrington on Monday.
Lord Tony Hall is stepping down as the Director-General of the BBC, it has been announced.
Britain is expected face temperatures of less that -7C today. Even so, Joanne Richardson, 36, and Christine Davies, 37, took a dip in a -10C (14F) lake up a Lake District mountain.
Officers found the men with fatal knife wounds after emergency services were called to the scene in the Seven Kings area of Ilford in East London at around 7.30pm last night.
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The penalty took effect on Friday in New South Wales, according to a press release from the local government. It comes as devastating wildfires continue to severely impact the region, which has been arguably the hardest-hit part of the country.
Canada’s easternmost province was buried under 30 inches of snow Friday – a record for the most snow in 24 hours – as residents of the provincial capital of St. Johns struggled to clear snow drifts of 12 to 15 feet high left in the wake of the storm, a published report said.
At least five people were killed and three hospitalized after a hot water pipe exploded in a hotel in Perm, Russia, and flooded the basement with boiling water, a report said.
Two more bodies turned up at a house in Tijuana, Mexico, where a missing California landlord and his wife were found buried, allegedly killed by their son-in-law, according to investigators.
Lebanese security forces prepared for more violence on Sunday after a night of protests over the country’s worsening financial situation gripped Lebanon’s capital.
An award-winning investigative team published a trove of files Sunday allegedly showing how Africa's richest woman syphoned hundreds of millions of dollars of public money into offshore accounts.
Hundreds of Iraqi anti-government protesters grappled with security forces in a bid to shut Baghdad streets on Monday, a deadline they had given authorities to implement long-awaited reforms.
Thousands of people opposed to France’s plans to reform the law on assisted reproductive technology took to the streets of Paris on Sunday, two days before a major bioethics bill is put before the Senate.
Britain's Prince Harry spoke on Sunday of his sadness at being forced to give up his royal duties in a deal with Queen Elizabeth and senior Windsors that will see him and his wife Meghan exit official roles to seek an independent future.
At a Berlin summit, World leaders committed on Sunday to ending all foreign meddling in Libya’s war and to uphold a weapons embargo, as a part of a broader plan to end the spiraling conflict, German chancellor Angela Merkel announced during a press conference, as participants agreed on targeting a political solution to the crisis.
Luis Arce, credited with steering Bolivia through years of economic growth, will be a presidential candidate in May elections, Bolivia’s exiled former leader Evo Morales said on Sunday.
Authorities on alert ahead of lunar new year holiday as 139 new cases of strain detected
A mysterious Sars-like virus has spread around China – including to Beijing – fuelling anxiety of a major outbreak in the country as millions begin travelling for the lunar new year.
Authorities reported 139 new cases of the new strain of coronavirus over the weekend, more than doubling the total number of infected patients since the virus was first detected last month in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.Continue reading...
Duke of Sussex makes heartfelt speech about his and Meghan’s decision to step back from roles
The Duke of Sussex has expressed his sadness over his decision to step down from royal duties in his first public remarks on the move, saying he had taken a “leap of faith”.
Giving a speech at a private dinner in London for his charity Sentebale, Prince Harry said: “Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the Commonwealth, and my military associations without public funding. Unfortunately that wasn’t possible.”Continue reading...
Videos posted to social media show the clouds turning day into night in some areas
Damaging winds produced by thunderstorms across central New South Wales have whipped up dust storms that turned daytime into night in some towns.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings on Sunday evening for inland NSW with the associated winds generating massive dust clouds.Continue reading...
Boris Johnson says UK will stop using overseas aid to support coal mining or coal power plants – live newsPosted on Monday January 20, 2020
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen
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Supporters of HS2 have renewed their calls for the project to go ahead despite the reservations implicit in the Oakervee review leaked to the Financial Times. (See 9.33am.)
This is from Adam Marshall, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce.
Our business communities want to see HS2 delivered in full without further delay.
This project is an investment that will transform the capacity of our railways and the potential of so many areas across the UK. While there can be no blank cheque, cutting the project back would put development and investment plans across the country at risk.
Clearly we will have to wait to see if this leak is genuine. But all of the signals coming out of the official, thorough review by respected figures suggest that the only way we can truly hope to level up the UK economy and create the same opportunities for businesses and young people in the North and the Midlands as in London and the South East is in this year giving the green light to continue HS2.
The north of England has spent too long as the poor relation of transport investment. HS2 must go ahead and be built through to Scotland. It’s time we brought our railways into the 21st century with confidence and pride.
Here, fairly randomly, is some more political reaction to the FT story about the HS2 review concluding the project could now cost more than £100bn. (See 9.33am.)
From David Davis, the Conservative former Brexit secretary
£106bn is unlikely to be the final figure for HS2. This white elephant must be scrapped so we can invest in regional infrastructure projects, which will provide greater benefits for all. https://t.co/QeVdplGEAK
Hard to over estimate the incompetence of the Tory Government when costs of HS2 nearly treble to £106 billion, not to mention Crossrail, Carillon fallout and, of course,Graylings failings. #toryincompetence
HS2 is a massively expensive vanity project. Fast trains are great - but not at any cost. This project is immensely flawed and a terrible waste of money. It should be stopped. https://t.co/UcO4aoNoXnContinue reading...
Hall, who will leave this summer after seven years, hailed as ‘inspirational creative leader’
Tony Hall is stepping down as the director general of the BBC, it has been announced.
The news of Lord Hall’s departure after seven years leading the corporation was relayed to staff by email on Monday. He said he would leave in the summer after concluding that the next director general needed to be in place before the mid-term review of the BBC’s charter in 2022.Continue reading...
Experts say judgment is ‘tipping point’ that opens the door to climate crisis claims for protection
It is unlawful for governments to return people to countries where their lives might be threatened by the climate crisis, a landmark ruling by the United Nations human rights committee has found.
The judgment – which is the first of its kind – represents a legal “tipping point” and a moment that “opens the doorway” to future protection claims for people whose lives and wellbeing have been threatened due to global heating, experts say.Continue reading...
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2020, the Morning Joe panel remembers the life and legacy of the influential American civil rights leader.
MSNBC Contributor Mike Barnicle tells NBC’s Kasie Hunt that a cheating scandal like the Houston Astros’ was 'kind of inevitable' with the advent of technology
MSNBC Contributor and Politics Editor for The Daily Beast Sam Stein explains to NBC’s Kasie Hunt why President Trump often chooses TV-ready staff members and lawyers with a long track record of taking on Democrats
Former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi says Parnas is unlikely to be a witness in Senate impeachment trialPosted on Monday January 20, 2020
Former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence and MSNBC National Security Analyst Frank Figliuzzi says to expect impeachment managers to work in the new information and documentation from Lev Parnas but not to see him on the witness stand
Armed Services and Judiciary Committee Member, Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) discusses reports President Trump shared intel about the strike on Iranian General Soleimani at a recent fundraising event
Capitol Bureau Chief for The Hartford Courant, Chris Keating and NBC News National Political Reporter Josh Lederman dive into how Robert Hyde went from a landscaper and congressional candidate to a figure in the Trump impeachment investigation
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The couple’s wish to carve out more ‘progressive’ roles has led to the loss of perks, privileges and titles.
Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s former president, built an empire in a country mired in corruption. Western consultants were her advisers.
A respiratory illness has killed at least three people in China and sickened more than 200. Cases have also been reported in Japan, South Korea and Thailand.
A Canadian judge will hear evidence on whether to extradite Meng Wanzhou, the company’s chief financial officer, to the United States to face fraud charges. Here’s what you need to know.
A woman and her children were retrieved from a detention camp in Syria, spurring debate at home after she was charged with being part of a terrorist organization.
Shops and restaurants are now being labeled either yellow, to note support for the city’s protest movement, or blue, in support of the police. The move is having a big economic impact.
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A third person has died in a virus outbreak in China as 139 new cases of the illness were found over the weekend, health officials have said.
Nine people have died in Indonesia after a footbridge collapsed.
British experts could be sent to Libya as part of a possible international force to monitor a proposed permanent ceasefire.
Japan's prime minister has announced his country will create a space defence force, in an effort to protect it from technological threats.
A Hawaii man who was facing eviction is believed to have stabbed his landlord and shot dead two police officers before the house he was living in was destroyed by fire.
A US city is bracing itself for violence as tens of thousands of gun rights supporters are expected at a rally on Monday.
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NASA will decide in the coming weeks whether to extend a crewed SpaceX test flight to the International Space Station, a move that could help alleviate a crew time crunch on the station.
SpaceX successfully tested the abort system of its Crew Dragon spacecraft Jan. 19, one of the final milestones before a crewed test flight that could take place as soon as this spring.
The U.S. Space Force revealed the nameplates that airmen who are assigned to the Space Force will wear over their existing utility uniforms.
NASA and SpaceX are ready to perform a test of the launch abort system of the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft that will also serve as a dress rehearsal of sorts for upcoming crewed flights of the vehicle.
Eutelsat said an investigation into the Eutelsat 5 West B satellite, launched in October, concluded that one of its two solar arrays was unusable, reducing power to support communications services.
SpinLaunch, a startup pursuing an alternative approach for placing payloads into orbit, has raised $35 million in a new funding round disclosed Jan. 16.
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A newly identified virus originating in central China has spread to South Korea, killed a third person in China and reached at least three more population centers within the country—a major escalation in the outbreak of the pneumonia-like disease.
Pro-democracy protesters and police clashed in Hong Kong’s financial district, as authorities abruptly shut down an approved and largely peaceful rally and used batons and tear gas to disperse the crowd.
International backers of the two main sides of the conflict in Libya agreed to support a cease-fire and uphold an embargo on the arms and financing that are fueling the nearly decadelong civil war.
The leader of Venezuela’s political opposition, Juan Guaidó, traveled to Colombia where he will meet with officials from the U.S. and regional allies as he seeks to rally international support in his bid to oust authoritarian Nicolás Maduro.
As Europe skirmishes with the U.S. on trade, a Scottish town of about 1,000 people—a source of single malt whisky, cashmere and cookies—is getting caught in the crossfire.
The couple will repay $3.1 million of taxpayers’ money that was spent renovating their home near Windsor Castle.
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Federal authorities are turning to a new tactic in the escalating conflict over New York City's so-called sanctuary policies, issuing four “immigration subpoenas” to the city for information about inmates wanted for deportation. “This is not a request — it's a demand,” Henry Lucero, a senior U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official, told The Associated Press. Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration said Saturday the city would review the subpoenas.
Two More Bodies Found at Tijuana Property Where Missing California Couple Were Buried Under the Dirt FloorPosted on Sunday January 19, 2020
Two more bodies have been discovered at a Tijuana, Mexico, property where investigators earlier found the remains of a missing California couple buried under the dirt floor of a house on Friday. Jesús Rubén López Guillén, 70, a U.S. resident, and his wife Maria Teresa Guillén, 65, a naturalized U.S. citizen, were reported missing by their daughter Norma López after they traveled from Garden Grove to Tijuana on Jan. 10 to collect more than $6,400 in overdue rent from their 37-year-old son-in-law. Police in Garden Grove launched a missing persons investigation after López said she could no longer track her parents’ movements through the Find My Phone app. She said the last signal she received before their phone went dead was at the property they owned where her husband was living in southern Tijuana, about 4 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. Their bodies were found buried under the dirt floor of one of the property’s three homes late Friday.While conducting an investigation into the circumstances of the Guilléns’ murder, Mexican investigators say they discovered the bodies of another couple buried in the property. It is not known if they were found in the same house as the Guilléns’ remains. The new victims have not yet been identified, but police in Mexico say they also may have been involved in a monetary dispute with the son-in-law.The son-in-law, a Mexican national who was deported from the U.S. in 2012 and identified only as “Santiago” in court documents, was first charged with the California couple’s disappearance and taken into custody while the property was searched. Baja California state prosecutor Hirán Sánchez confirmed that when his in-law’s bodies were found, he was charged with their murder.Sanchez told reporters that when the son-in-law was first questioned about what happened to his in-laws, he offered up a “series of contradictions” including a tale that they had walked across the border and that he had picked them up. López says her parents had instead driven their own pickup truck to retrieve the money. The son-in-law also told police that he first took them to their property and then they went together to a bank to exchange currency he paid them, after which he said he drove them back to the border. Instead investigators say that the son-in-law tried to extract money with the couple’s bank cards.“The Guilléns drove themselves to their houses, not Santiago,” Sanchez said at a news conference. “They never left.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
The Navy is building a special new command and control mini "drone-headquarters" space on its aircraft carriers to operate deck-launched drones as part of a strategy aimed at massively increasing the scope of carrier-launched drone missions in coming years.
Doris Miller was working as a mess attendant on the battleship West Virginia the morning of 7 December 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. An alarm sounded, and as the ship drew heavy fire, Miller raced to assist the West Virginia’s fatally wounded commanding officer. He also fired a machine gun against enemy planes.For his bravery and “distinguished devotion to duty” that day, Miller in 1942 was awarded the prestigious Navy Cross, the second-highest military decoration, making him the first African American to receive the medal.
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A Japanese inventor entertains tech show visitors with a bizarre homemade flashing skeleton suit. The device is attached to his knees and moves in sync with him as he walks. The gadget lover was attending the Bangkok Maker Faire 2020 in Thailand on January 18. Hundreds of inventors and tech fanatics took part in a wacky display of their contraptions in Bangkok, Thailand, on January 19. The event, called Bangkok Maker Faire 2020, is the biggest exhibition in Southeast Asia for inventions and innovations - with participants from around the world attending. Gadgets on show included an artificial intelligence teddy bear controlled by a robot, underwater search submarines, a flashing skeleton suit and a robot dog. Stalls also encouraged children to make items and learn more about science. Footage shows some of the highlights from the event. Pairoj Kaweeyanun, CEO of Chevron Thailand which is one of the sponsors of the Bangkok Maker Faire, said the event is a ''collaboration of knowledge'' which brings ''inspiration for the new generation of makers''. He added: ''Dare to experiment and dare to create works that can change yourself and society.'' The aim of the event put on by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation and the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) is to boost the country's ''technological prowess, creativity and innovation''. They added: ''Assembling veteran local and international makers, Maker Faire Bangkok 2020 brings together the best works and inspiring workshops that will bring out the maker in all fair visitors. ''The fair aims to kindle interest in science and technology among Thais, expanding on the growing success of Maker Faire Bangkok that promises to help shape Thailand into a Maker Nation.''
This video - seen 20 million times in less than 24 hours - shows a bungling dad putting his own son through an X-ray scanner while rushing to catch a train. CCTV cameras at Guigang Railway Station in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in South China captured the hilarious moment on 12th January. The parent named as Mr Huang works in the city of Guigang and was travelling with his three-year-old to the city of Guangzhou, capital of neighbouring Guangdong Province, where his wife works. More - https://viraltab.news/bungling-dad-puts-3yo-son-through-security-x-ray-scanner/
A group of four "Anonymous" protesters were seen in Madrid yesterday (January 19) using laptops to highlight the mistreatment of animals. Footage shows the four donning the Guy Fawkes masks with their backs to one another while holding laptops displaying scenes of animal cruelty.
UN Special Rapporteur on torture: “In 20 years..I have never seen a group of democratic States ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law” https://ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=24665&LangID=E …Posted on Friday May 31, 2019
UN Special Rapporteur on torture: “In 20 years..I have never seen a group of democratic States ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law” https://ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=24665&LangID=E …
Pamela Anderson @pamfoundation talks about her foundation, Julian Assange and more: "I pray Australia will do more for him" #pamfoundation #DontExtraditeAssange http://www.maxim.com.au/archives/11820Posted on Monday January 20, 2020
Get 20% off on the official WikiLeaks Shop, Ends Tomorrow. Join the Protest for Assange, use code PROTEST for 20% off on https://WikiLeaks.shop #WikiLeaks #DontExtraditeAssange @WikiLeaks @DEACampaignpic.twitter.com/Nb52FTTcn4Posted on Sunday January 19, 2020
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"Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been denied access to evidence and even basic items like paper and pens by British prison officials, putting his US extradition case on the brink of judicial review" https://au.news.yahoo.com/assange-denied-access-lawyers-uk-120109037--spt.html …Posted on Thursday January 16, 2020
"Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been denied access to evidence and even basic items like paper and pens by British prison officials, putting his US extradition case on the brink of judicial review" https://au.news.yahoo.com/assange-denied-access-lawyers-uk-120109037--spt.html …
Prison officers at Belmarsh have been obstructing and preventing Julian Assange from spending sufficient time with his legal team, despite the availability of empty rooms. https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/01/16/short-of-time-julian-assange-at-the-westminster-magistrates-court/ …Posted on Thursday January 16, 2020
Prison officers at Belmarsh have been obstructing and preventing Julian Assange from spending sufficient time with his legal team, despite the availability of empty rooms. https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/01/16/short-of-time-julian-assange-at-the-westminster-magistrates-court/ …
'Pentagon Papers' lawyer Jim Goodale says CIA surveillance of Julian Assange means UK should free not extradite the Wikileaks founder. https://thehill.com/opinion/criminal-justice/477939-will-cia-misbehavior-set-julian-assange-free#bottom-story-socials …Posted on Tuesday January 14, 2020
'Pentagon Papers' lawyer Jim Goodale says CIA surveillance of Julian Assange means UK should free not extradite the Wikileaks founder. https://thehill.com/opinion/criminal-justice/477939-will-cia-misbehavior-set-julian-assange-free#bottom-story-socials …
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