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Since the beginning of the war, more than 2000 civilians have been killed by Russian missiles, according to official data. Help us protect Ukrainians from missiles - provide max military assisstance to Ukraine #Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine
Brazil: at least 21 people killed during police raid in Rio favela Death toll puts the incident among Rio’s deadliest police operations in recent historyAt least 21 people have been shot dead and seven wounded during a police raid on a Rio de Janeiro favela to capture the leaders of a drug-trafficking organization.The deaths included a woman who was hit by a stray bullet in the exchange of gunfire between gang members and police in the Vila Cruzeiro favela. Continue reading...👇
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Monarch butterflies bounce back in Mexico wintering grounds Experts say 35% rise in acreage covered by migratory insects my reflect adaptation to changing climateMexican experts have said that 35% more monarch butterflies arrived this year to spend the winter in mountaintop forests, compared with the previous season.Experts say the rise may reflect the butterflies’ ability to adapt to more extreme bouts of heat or drought by varying the date when they leave Mexico. Continue reading...👇
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FBI says it foiled Islamic State sympathizer’s plot to kill George W Bush Bureau says in warrant that Ohio man Shihab Ahmed Shihab Shihab planned assassination out of revenge for Iraq warThe FBI claims an Islamic State sympathizer living in Ohio plotted to assassinate George W Bush, but confidential informants helped federal agents foil the plan, according to court records.Details of the alleged scheme to kill the former president are laid out in a warrant that the FBI obtained in March to search the accused operative’s cellphone records, a 43-page document that was unsealed only in recent days. Continue reading...👇
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Cruelty of Canada’s residential schools ‘unimaginable’, governor general says Mary Simon, first Indigenous person to hold post, attends service at Kamloops school to honor thousands of children who diedCanada’s governor general has described the country’s residential schools as places of unimaginable cruelty, in a eulogy to honour the thousands of Indigenous children who died while attending the institutions.“Today, we make ourselves heard across the country. Although it is hard, we are telling Canadians and the world about our wounds and pain,” Mary Simon, the Queen’s representative in Canada, told hundreds gathered on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian residential school. Continue reading...👇
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Male Afghan TV presenters mask up to support female colleagues after Taliban decree campaign gathers force as high-profile men rebel against crackdown on face coverings in AfghanistanMale TV presenters in Afghanistan are wearing face masks on screen to show solidarity after the Taliban issued an order that all women on news channels must cover their faces.In a protest dubbed on social media, men on Tolo News wore masks to mimic the effect of the face veil their female colleagues have been forced to wear after a Taliban crackdown. Continue reading...👇
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Afghan female judge awarded prestigious human rights prize Fawzia Amini advocates for rights of Afghan women and girls from London hotel room she’s been stuck in for nine monthsOne of Afghanistan’s top female judges has been honoured with an international human rights award while she continues her work to advocate for her country’s women and girls from a London hotel.Fawzia Amini, 48, fled Afghanistan last summer after the Taliban takeover of the country. She had been one of Afghanistan’s leading female judges, former head of the legal department at the Ministry of Women, senior judge in the supreme court, and head of the violence against women court. Continue reading...👇
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FBI seeks arrest of man claiming to be North Korea ‘special delegate’ Spaniard alleged to have conspired with cryptocurrency expert to help Pyongyang evade US sanctionsThe FBI has issued an arrest warrant for a Spanish man who claims to be a “special delegate” working for the government of North Korea, accusing him of recruiting a cryptocurrency expert in an attempt to help Pyongyang circumvent US sanctions.Alejandro Cao de Benós, a 47-year-old Spanish national who describes himself as Pyongyang’s special delegate for the committee for cultural relations with foreign countries, is alleged to have conspired with Virgil Griffith, a US cryptocurrency expert, to “illegally provide cryptocurrency and blockchain services to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK)”. Continue reading...👇
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‘The US is completely insane’: David Cronenberg on Roe v Wade at Cannes film festival The Canadian director made the comments at a press conference for his latest body horror film Crimes of the FutureDavid Cronenberg, director of Crash, The Naked Lunch and A History of Violence, has said that “the US is completely insane”.Speaking to the press at the Cannes film festival premiere of his new film Crimes of the Future, Cronenberg referred specifically to attempts to overturn Roe v Wade. “In Canada … we think everyone in the US is completely insane. I think the US has gone completely bananas, and I can’t believe what the elected officials are saying, not just about Roe v Wade, so it is strange times.” Continue reading...👇
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Rwanda plan challenged over alleged failure to identify risks for LGBTQ+ refugees Pre-action letter questions Home Office claims that east African country is ‘generally safe’ Priti Patel’s plan to send refugees on a one-way ticket to Rwanda is being legally challenged over the government’s alleged failure to identify risks facing vulnerable groups such as LGBTQ+ people.A pre-action letter sent to the Home Office on behalf of the pressure group Freedom from Torture questions government claims that the east African state is “generally a safe country” for refugees.The government’s claim that Rwanda is “generally” a “safe third country” is irrational.It relies upon apparent pre-determination or bias.The home secretary has breached her duty not to induce breaches of the European convention on human rights by her agents.Removing asylum seekers to Rwanda is beyond Patel’s legal authority because it is contrary to the refugee convention. Continue reading...👇
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Albanese insists ‘we will determine our values’ after Chinese premier reaches out to new PM Prime minister in Tokyo says there is ‘no justification’ for China’s trade sanctions against Australia and ‘they should be removed’Australia federal election 2022 LIVE – latest news, updates and resultsElection 2022 results: live votes tracker and federal seat countsGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingThe prime minister, Anthony Albanese, says his government will not bend to demands from China to reset the strained relationship despite overtures from Beijing in the wake of Labor’s election win.Speaking after a meeting of the quadrilateral security dialogue (Quad) in Tokyo on Tuesday, Albanese confirmed the Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, had sent a congratulatory letter to him following Saturday’s election win. The letter was first reported by Chinese state media Xinhua on Monday.Sign up to receive an email with the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning Continue reading...👇
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Mountain labs turn Honduras from cocaine way station into producer Increase in coca plantations could give rise to a new generation of drug traffickers, and refortify the clans of oldAfter an hour-long hike from the nearest road, a Honduran anti-narcotics inspector with a shotgun slung from his shoulder led the way into a mountainside clearing littered with wilting coca bushes his unit had uprooted in the days before.Black irrigation hoses crisscrossed the roughly four-acre field down to the confluence of two creeks, where, under a canopy, lay the charred remains of a makeshift laboratory for processing the coca leaves into paste – the precursor of cocaine. Continue reading...👇
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Joe Biden: invasion of Ukraine shows need for free and open Indo-Pacific Leaders of US, India, Japan and Australia meet in Tokyo for Quad summit Beijing claims is an attempt to contain ChinaThe turmoil caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has underlined the need for a free Indo-Pacific region, Joe Biden has said at a meeting with regional partners that Beijing has condemned as part of a US-led attempt to contain China.Biden and the leaders of a loose alliance known as the Quad – India, Japan and Australia – reaffirmed their commitment to a “free and open” Indo-Pacific during talks in Tokyo on Tuesday. The comments came one day after the US president said Washington would be ready to intervene militarily to defend Taiwan, prompting China to accuse him of “playing with fire”. Continue reading...👇
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Airbnb to close in China amid repeated Covid lockdowns With pandemic restrictions showing no sign of ending, home rental service says it will cease taking bookings for accommodation inside China from 30 JulyAirbnb is closing down its business inside China indefinitely, as the country’s zero-Covid policy, lockdowns and travel restrictions continue.On Tuesday Airbnb told its China-based users it would cease taking all bookings for accommodation and experiences in China from 30 July. The ability to book for dates beyond 29 July was suspended on Tuesday morning, according to screenshots of the Airbnb notice shared across Chinese social media. An attempt by the Guardian to make bookings from outside China after that date produced an error message. Continue reading...👇
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Sisters allegedly murdered by husbands in Pakistan ‘honour’ killing Six men arrested after Pakistani-Spanish women tricked into travelling to Gujrat where they were shotTwo sisters with dual Pakistani and Spanish citizenship were allegedly killed by their husbands, uncle and brother in a so-called “honour” killing a day after they were tricked into travelling to Pakistan.Aneesa Abbas, 24, and Arooj Abbas, 21, were strangled and shot dead on Friday after arriving in the eastern city of Gujrat with their mother, Azra Bibi. Continue reading...👇
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New Zealand woman held in Villawood detention centre found dead, detainees say Activists say woman’s death is an example of people with serious mental health problems being detained without adequate careGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingAdvocates and detainees say a woman’s body was found at Villawood detention centre on Sunday morning.The New Zealand woman was found dead about 10.45am, shortly after a room search had been conducted by Serco officers. She is believed to have killed herself. Continue reading...👇
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US would defend Taiwan if attacked by China, says Joe Biden President says US’s responsibility to protect island is ‘even stronger’ after Russia’s invasion of UkraineJoe Biden has said the US would intervene militarily to defend Taiwan if it came under attack from China, in an unusually forceful presidential statement in support of self-governing that drew a defiant response from Beijing.Speaking in Tokyo on the second day of his visit to Japan, and against the backdrop of growing concern over Chinese military activity in the region, Biden said the US’s responsibility to protect the self-ruled island – which China considers a renegade province – was “even stronger” after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Continue reading...👇
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Top official at Foreign Office called upon to resign over Kabul withdrawal Sir Philip Barton castigated along with Dominic Raab in damning report by MPs into UK’s chaotic exitThe senior civil servant in charge of the Foreign Office should consider his position after presiding over a disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan that betrayed UK allies, put lives in danger, showed a total absence of planning and was chaotically managed, MPs have concluded in a damning report.The report from the foreign affairs select committee said the absence of leadership – both ministerial and official, including the permanent secretary, Sir Philip Barton – when Kabul fell was inexcusable and a grave indictment on those supposedly in charge. It added that Barton failed to give candid evidence to the committee, and says as a result it had lost confidence in him. The committee also accused him of covering up political interference in the fast-tracking of some individuals out of Afghanistan. Continue reading...👇
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Bolivia’s perennial student leader clung to post for decades without graduating Max Mendoza has been arrested after a judge said his 32-year enrollment at university on a government salary may be a crimeMax Mendoza has been a remarkably persistent student – and a profitable one: he has been enrolled at a public university in Bolivia for 32 years but never graduated, much of it while being paid a government salary to serve as a student leader.On Monday, though, he was detained and sent to jail after a judge ordered a six-month investigation into allegations his tenure as a state-paid student leader constituted a crime. Continue reading...👇
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Deadly Indian heatwave made 30 times more likely by climate crisis Soaring temperatures in subcontinent, which have caused widespread suffering, would be extraordinarily rare without global heatingThe heatwave scorching India and Pakistan has been made 30 times more likely by the climate crisis, according to scientists. Extreme temperatures and low rainfall since mid-March have caused widespread suffering, including deaths, crop losses, forest fires, and cuts to power and water supplies.The study is the latest to show the already severe impacts of global heating on millions of people, even though the global average temperature has risen only 1.2C above pre-industrial levels to date. If it rises to 2C, heatwaves as intense as the current one would be expected as often as every five years in India and Pakistan, the scientists estimated. Continue reading...👇
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Why are monkeypox cases suddenly emerging across the world and could the virus have mutated? Data prior to current outbreaks suggested resurgence of the disease, with waning immunity from smallpox vaccination contributing to spreadFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingThe sudden emergence of monkeypox in several countries has raised questions about how the virus, which is most common in central and west Africa, has managed to spread.Many health experts have said the monkeypox cases in 12 countries are not cause for panic, given the virus is much less infectious than illnesses like Covid and rarely fatal, but it is highly unusual. Continue reading...👇
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Iran vows to avenge killing as it buries Revolutionary Guard colonel Finger of blame pointed at Israel after Hassan Sayad Khodayari shot dead in TehranAn Iranian colonel shot dead in Tehran by assailants on motorcycles has been buried as officials vowed to avenge an assassination that they continue to lay at the feet of Israel.The murder of Col Hassan Sayad Khodayari is the highest-profile killing of an Iranian official since the violent death of top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in November 2020 and appears to fit a pattern of assassinations that began more than a decade ago. Continue reading...👇
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Sole survivor of 2009 Comoros plane crash recalls terrifying ordeal Bahia Bakari, who was 12 at the time, tells French court of the moments leading up to crash in which 152 diedA woman who was 12 when she became the sole survivor of the 2009 Yemenia Airways crash in the Comoros islands that killed all 152 others on board has described the terrifying moments leading up to her plunge into the ocean and subsequent rescue as part of the French trial against the airline.Bahia Bakari, 25, has sat through several hearings with her father but had not testified or spoken to journalists attending the trial, which opened this month. Continue reading...👇
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Australia to stand with Pacific islands on climate crisis and ‘respect’ region, Penny Wong says New foreign affairs minister tells Pacific leaders Australia ‘will listen because we care’ after reports China may be seeking security agreement with KiribatiAustralia federal election 2022 LIVE – latest news, updates and resultsElection 2022 results: live votes tracker and federal seat countsGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingAustralia’s new foreign affairs minister, Penny Wong, will seek to improve relations with Pacific island countries, flagging an early visit to the region and promising to be “a generous, respectful and reliable” partner.China’s new security deal with Solomon Islands was a point of political dispute during the Australian election campaign and there are now reports that Beijing could be planning to strike a similar agreement with Kiribati. Continue reading...👇
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Iran will ‘avenge’ killing of Revolutionary Guards colonel, says president Guards say arrests linked to Israel made after shooting of Hassan Sayad Khodayari outside his homeIran will avenge the killing of a Revolutionary Guards colonel who was shot dead in Tehran, President Ebrahim Raisi has said.Col Hassan Sayad Khodayari was killed on Sunday outside his home by assailants on motorcycles. Iran blamed “elements linked to the global arrogance”, its term for the US and its allies including Israel. Continue reading...👇
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Pakistan town blames deadly cholera outbreak on government neglect Residents of Pir Koh say poor water provision and a dirty water tank led to 26 deaths, the majority among children under sevenTwo weeks ago, Ruqiyya Bibi fell sick. The two-year-old was vomiting constantly; her father, Mohammed Iqbal, took her to a basic health unit in Pir Koh, a impoverished town with a population of 40,000 in the mountains of Balochistan, south-western Pakistan.Iqbal was told at first that his daughter had malaria but when treatment did not help, he took her to another doctor who said she had a blood condition. Continue reading...👇
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Médecins Sans Frontières pulls images of teenage rape survivor after outcry NGO takes down photos of girl, 16, from DRC from website after critics call them unethical and racist Médecins Sans Frontières has removed photographs of a teenage rape survivor from its website after criticism that the images were unethical and racist.MSF took down two photos of a 16-year-old girl from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) who was gang-raped by three armed men afterphotographers, activists and human rights lawyers condemned the images on Twitter. Continue reading...👇
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Kim Jong-un buries mentor amid North Korea Covid crisis State media photos show Kim carrying Hyon Chol-hae’s coffin and throwing earth into his grave as country battles ‘fever’ cases amid Covid outbreakKim Jong-un attended the funeral for a top North Korean official, state media reported on Monday, helping carry his coffin, as the country maintained the much-disputed claim that its coronavirus outbreak is subsiding.The official Korean Central News Agency said Kim attended the funeral on Sunday of Hyon Chol-hae, a Korean People’s Army marshal who reportedly played a key role in grooming him as the country’s next leader before Kim’s father, Kim Jong-il, died in late 2011. Continue reading...👇
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Canada storms: at least eight dead amid trail of destruction Huge clean-up after Ontario and Quebec hit by tornado-like weather, felling trees, uprooting utility poles and cutting power to more than 500,000The death toll from powerful thunderstorms in Canada’s two most populous provinces has risen to at least eight, authorities said on Sunday, as emergency crews continued a massive clean-up to restore power to half a million people.The storms, which lasted more than two hours Saturday afternoon and packed the power of a tornado, left a trail of destruction in parts of Ontario and Quebec. Wind gusts as strong as 132kmh (82mph) felled trees, uprooted electric poles and toppled many metal transmission towers, utility companies said. Continue reading...👇
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Number of displaced people passes 100m for the first time, says UN ‘Staggering milestone’ calls for urgent international action to address underlying causes of conflict, persecution and the climate crisis, says high commissioner for refugeesThe UN refugee agency (UNHCR) has said the global number of forcibly displaced people has passed 100 million for the first time, describing it as a “staggering milestone”.The UN high commissioner for refugees, Filippo Grandi, said the grim new statistic should act as a wake-up call for the international community and that more action is needed internationally to address the root causes of forced displacement around the world. Continue reading...👇
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UK to announce more monkeypox cases as efforts ramp up to contain outbreak Close contacts of those infected with rare disease offered vaccines and told to isolate for up to 21 daysPublic health officials are to announce more UK monkeypox cases on Monday, as efforts ramp up to contain the first multinational outbreak of the virus that has led to cases in at least 14 countries.The unusual outbreak of the rare disease has sparked a wave of contact tracing and testing, with the closest contacts of confirmed cases – such as partners and people in the same household – offered a vaccine and told to isolate at home for up to 21 days. Continue reading...👇
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