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Myanmar blocks hundreds of news sites and threatens editor with life in jail

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Fears abuses may go unreported after journalist arrest under terrorism laws for interview with rebel group Arakan Army Myanmar has cracked down on journalists, blocking news websites and maintaining a longstanding internet ban in some areas, prompting warnings it is becoming increasingly hard to monitor abuses in the country.On Tuesday, Myanmar charged a journalist under a terrorism law for publishing an interview with the Arakan Army, a rebel group that demands greater autonomy for the state’s ethnic Rakhine people. The group had recently been labelled a terrorist organisation. Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/31/myanmar-editor-could-face-life-in-jail-for-interviewing-rebel

Author : Rebecca Ratcliffe in Bangkok

Publish date : 2020-04-01 05:02:07

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Billionaire David Geffen criticized for tone-deaf self-isolation post

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Geffen, worth $7.7bn, in the Caribbean aboard mega-yachtUS coronavirus coverage – liveHow Trump failed the biggest test of his lifeRead all our coronavirus coverageAs the claustrophobic reality of self-isolation under the coronavirus outbreak begins to bite for millions of families confined to their homes, spare a thought for the billionaire record producer David Geffen, currently suffering off the Grenadines aboard his mega-yacht Rising Sun. Related: Fauci’s a jelly good fellow: New York donut shop honors coronavirus doctor Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/mar/28/billionaire-david-geffen-isolation-coronavirus

Author : Richard Luscombe

Publish date : 2020-03-28 19:44:00

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Coronavirus live news: US Senate leaders and White House reach stimulus deal as India locks down

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UN urges G20 to adopt ‘wartime plan’; US risks becoming centre of the pandemic, WHO warns; EU urged to evacuate refugees from Greek camps. Follow the latest updates.Why the US has struggled to tackle a growing crisisAustralia coronavirus live blogCalifornia scrambles to avoid Covid-19’s worst-case scenarioNo 10 criticised after unclear lockdown advice confuses publicSee all our coronavirus coverage
Support the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contribution 8.03am GMT A charity taking legal action to call for the release of hundreds of people with underlying health disorders held in immigration detention in the UK, the Press Association reports. Detention Action says a “significant proportion” of the about 1,500 people detained over their immigration status in the country have serious underlying health conditions that place them at “a significant risk of serious harm or death” during the Covid-19 crisis. 7.52am GMT Afghanistan has reported 33 new Coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, marking the biggest one-day rise in the war-torn country, Akhtar Mohammad Makoii reports from Herat, the country’s worst-affected city. One death has also been reported, raising the total number of deaths to two. The latest death is a 45-year-old woman who died of Covid-19 last night in Herat. Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/live/2020/mar/25/coronavirus-live-news-india-lockdown-italy-cases-restrictions-uk-us-outbreak-australia-china-hubei-latest-updates

Author : Damien Gayle (now), Helen Sullivan (earlier)

Publish date : 2020-03-25 08:03:20

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Coronavirus news: 53 more people die in UK, taking toll to 233

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Italy records almost 800 new deaths in a single day; more US states, including New York, tell people to stay home; Dow Jones falls 900 pointsUK panic buyers urged to think of frontline workersItaly and Spain record highest single-day death tolls
New York announces all non-essential workers must stay homeThe week explained | Sign up for our weekly newsletterSee all our coronavirus coverage 8.37pm GMT Hundreds of UK British nationals stranded in Peru due to the coronavirus pandemic could be flown home early next week, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has said.More than 400 British and Irish citizens are believed to be in the South American country, with some fearing they would be unable to leave following a Government lockdown.I spoke to my counterpart in Peru today, @GMeza_Cuadra and we committed to work together in the coming days, so Britons in Peru and Peruvian nationals in UK can return home, amidst the challenges of tackling Covid-19. 8.31pm GMT The coronavirus death toll in Turkey has increased by 12 to 21, the country’s health ministry has said. Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/mar/21/coronavirus-live-updates-deaths-jump-in-spain-and-italy-millions-locked-down-in-us

Author : Aamna Mohdin, Nicola Slawson , Rebecca Ratcliffe (earlier), Aaron Walawalkar(now)

Publish date : 2020-03-21 20:39:49

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Coronavirus live news: global infections creep towards 200,000 as WHO urges aggressive action in south-east Asia

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EU implements strictest travel ban in history; outbreak reaches every US state; Australian PM declares ‘human biosecurity emergency’. Follow the latest updates. Coronavirus latest: at a glance
UK: £330bn of guaranteed loans to be made available for businessesNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe freed temporarily from Iranian prisonHow to look after yourself and others in self-isolation
Share your experiences 7.00am GMT The latest now on the Japanese drug deemed “effective” on Covid-19 patients:Medical authorities in China have said a drug used in Japan to treat new strains of influenza appeared to be effective in coronavirus patients, Japanese media said on Wednesday. Related: Japanese flu drug ‘clearly effective’ in treating coronavirus, says China 6.56am GMT In South Korea, dozens of sick and elderly hospital patients have tested positive for coronavirus, the BBC reports. We’ll have more on this soon.
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Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/mar/18/coronavirus-live-news-updates-outbreak-us-states-uk-australia-europe-eu-self-isolation-lockdown-latest-update

Author : Helen Sullivan

Publish date : 2020-03-18 07:05:51

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Narnia to Wonderland: Oxford’s Story Museum brings kids’ books to life

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In a district once ranked bottom for reading, the revamped attraction aims to awaken children to the joy of storytellingFor fans of children’s literature, it is an unmissable sight: Philip Pullman’s own alethiometer, a detailed realisation of the magical symbol reader described in Northern Lights, gleaming with secrets – or possibly even particles of “Dust” – on display at the new Story Museum in Oxford.An unforgettable peek at the mysterious compass-like device is just one of the unique literary experiences on offer when the children’s museum reopens next month, after a £6m redevelopment. Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/mar/14/oxford-story-museum-childrens-book-lyra-alethiometer

Author : Donna Ferguson

Publish date : 2020-03-15 06:59:00

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Coronavirus live updates: US cases pass 1,000 and UK health minister tests positive

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Cases spike in Japan, Australia announces health spending and deaths rise sharply again in Italy. Follow latest newsCoronavirus latest: at a glanceUK health minister tests positiveCoronavirus crisis hits the US campaign trailArsenal place players into self-isolationItalian PM extends lockdown to entire countryCoronavirus confusion as NHS helpline gives out wrong adviceShare your experiences 6.22am GMT And we’ve just published our wrap of the coronavirus latest, around the world, starting with the news out of the US. Related: US coronavirus cases pass 1,000 as crisis hits the campaign trail 6.16am GMT Two Australian university campuses, which were closed today after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19, will re-open. Southern Cross University’s Lismore campus and Gold Coast campus were closed today, but will re-open AAP report.
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Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/mar/11/coronavirus-update-live-news-uk-health-minister-italy-lockdown-australia-us-china-stock-markets-outbreak-latest-updates

Author : Naaman Zhou (now) and Calla Wahlquist (earlier)

Publish date : 2020-03-11 06:22:54

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International Women’s Day: events highlighting gender inequality take place around the world – live updates

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On International Women’s Day, we’ll be following the commemorative events all around the world. 3.58pm GMT I’m handing over to my colleagues in the US who will continue the blog from there. Thank you all for sharing your powerful photographs, and stories of your events. 3.52pm GMT If you’d like to see more of the powerful photographs from IWD around the world, take a look at our photo gallery here: Related: International Women’s Day 2020 around the world – in pictures Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2020/mar/08/international-womens-day

Author : Molly Blackall

Publish date : 2020-03-08 15:58:07

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Coronavirus could be as bad for airlines as financial crisis, as Flybe fails – business live

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IATA warns Covid-19 will cost airlines up to $113bn in revenue this year, as regional airline Flybe collapses, and experts fear others will followLatest: IATA hikes estimates for coronavirus lossesMore firms will collapse, experts fearPassengers stuck at Exeter…2,000 staff hitIntroduction: Flybe has gone into administrationHow have you been affected?
11.00am GMT In other travel news, the British Chambers of Commerce has called on the government should press ahead with Heathrow expansion.Speaking at the BCC’s annual conference in London, director general Adam Marshall said a third runway should be a broad agenda of infrastructure spending. 10.53am GMT At Manchester Airport, Flybe customers are also coming to terms with the airline’s collapse.Patrick Greenford, 77, retired, from Leeds, tells my colleague Gregory Robinson: I think it’s very sad that it’s gone bust and I feel very sorry for the people who were meant to be flying with them today. It’s very sad for the people who don’t have work anymore too.I use their services to take me to and from Jersey. I’m used to flying from home to here in Manchester but I know there were a lot more locations they provided services which will probably affect so many people.Practically everyone I know back home has used them at some point. I’ve never flown with FlyBe but my sister always used to. She always used to visit Knock in Ireland. I have no idea how she’ll get there now… Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2020/mar/05/flybe-collapses-into-administration-coronavirus-cost-ftse-stock-markets-business-live

Author : Graeme Wearden

Publish date : 2020-03-05 11:00:17

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Coronavirus live updates: UK holds emergency meeting while Australia reports first community transmission

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Virus continues to spread with Indonesia reporting first two casesWashington state nursing home placed on lockdownNew coronavirus cases jump sharply in Europe, with Italy worst hitCoronavirus outbreak: the key scientific questions answeredEpidemics expert Jonathan Quick: ‘The worst-case scenario for coronavirus is likely’Share your experiences 10.34am GMT Portugal registered its first two cases of the new coronavirus on Monday, SIC television channel reported. Reuters reports:
SIC said one case was discovered in a man who had recently travelled to Italy and another one in a man who had returned from Spain. Both were taken to hospital in Porto. Health ministry officials were not immediately available for comment. 10.32am GMT An escalation in the coronavirus outbreak could cut global economic growth in half and plunge several countries into recession this year, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has warned.Sounding the alarm as the disease spreads around the world and rattles investors, the OECD said global GDP growth could plunge this year to as little as 1.5%, almost half the 2.9% rate it forecast before the outbreak took hold. Related: Coronavirus escalation could cut global economic growth in half – OECD Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/mar/02/coronavirus-live-updates-china-latest-news-us-australia-deaths-markets-italy-iran-update-cases

Author : Damien Gayle (now) and Alison Rourke (earlier)

Publish date : 2020-03-02 10:34:55

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