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Thursday US briefing: Britain in Brexit deadlock as May clings on

Thursday US briefing: Britain in Brexit deadlock as May clings on

How the shutdown affects a small rural town ... US plans new space sensors for missile defence ... The plant-focused diet that could save the worldGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential
The detention center where sick children receive ‘the bare minimum'

The detention center where sick children receive ‘the bare minimum'

Advocates and former detainees say it’s normal for children held at the Berks Family Residential Center in Pennsylvania to have health problemsAt the Berks Family Residential Center, an immigrant
Largest collection of breached data ever seen is found

Largest collection of breached data ever seen is found

Store of 770m email addresses and passwords discovered after being posted to a hacking forumThe largest collection of breached data ever seen has been discovered, comprising of more than 770m email
Rescuers in Spain intensify efforts to reach toddler trapped in borehole

Rescuers in Spain intensify efforts to reach toddler trapped in borehole

Two-year-old Julen Roselló fell down 100-metre shaft near Málaga four days ago Rescuers in southern Spain are racing to reach a toddler who fell down a borehole more than 100 metres deep four days
Mental health changes give care homes too much power, critics say

Mental health changes give care homes too much power, critics say

Charities, lawyers and Labour warn against government rushing out legislation in England and WalesChanges to mental health safeguards – intended to protect hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people –
Apple chief calls for laws to tackle 'shadow economy' of data firms

Apple chief calls for laws to tackle 'shadow economy' of data firms

Tim Cook seeks competitive advantage over Google and Facebook with privacy pushApple’s chief executive has called for regulation to tackle the “shadow economy” of data brokers – intermediaries who
Malaysia revises school textbook which tells girls sex is shameful

Malaysia revises school textbook which tells girls sex is shameful

‘Victim-blaming’ illustration instructs girls to cover up and not to visit quiet places aloneThe Malaysian education ministry has ordered the removal of a page from a school textbook which warned
Lorna Doom, bassist with cult Los Angeles punk band Germs, dies

Lorna Doom, bassist with cult Los Angeles punk band Germs, dies

Born Teresa Ryan, Doom was a key part of the band who helped shape the sound of hardcore punkLorna Doom, the bassist with cult Los Angeles punk band Germs, has died. Born Teresa Ryan, her age and
Populist leaders face mounting resistance, say global rights experts

Populist leaders face mounting resistance, say global rights experts

Opposition to authoritarian rule reflects increased concern of voters and institutions, Human Rights Watch claimsFrom Europe to Yemen and Myanmar to the US, authoritarian and populist leaders face an
Putin arrives in Serbia to honour leader and reinforce relations

Putin arrives in Serbia to honour leader and reinforce relations

Visiting president says Serbia being forced to make ‘artificial choice’ between EU and RussiaVladimir Putin has arrived in Belgradeto bestow a top state honour on the Serbian leader Aleksandar Vučić,
China accuses US of suppressing its high-tech companies

China accuses US of suppressing its high-tech companies

US said to be in advanced stages of inquiry over alleged Huawei theft of trade secretsChina has accused the US of trying to suppress its tech companies, as US prosecutors reportedly investigate
'A blemish in his sanctuary': the battle behind Mark Zuckerberg's Hawaii estate

'A blemish in his sanctuary': the battle behind Mark Zuckerberg's Hawaii estate

The Facebook CEO’s involvement in a family dispute over four small parcels of land worries many on an island where longtime residents have lost land to wealthy newcomers On 22 December 2016, a retired
Brazil environment chief accused of 'war on NGOs' as partnerships paused

Brazil environment chief accused of 'war on NGOs' as partnerships paused

Civil society groups condemn move by minister, appointed by far-right president Jair Bolsonaro, as illegal attack on environmentBrazil’s new environment minister, Ricardo Salles, has suspended all
May claims it is impossible for government to rule out no-deal Brexit in reply to Corbyn - as it happened

May claims it is impossible for government to rule out no-deal Brexit in reply to Corbyn - as it happened

Labour leader says he won’t meet with PM until she takes no-deal Brexit off table, after May narrowly wins no-confidence vote in parliamentMay will stick to Brexit ‘principles’ in cross-party talks,
Australia to introduce rules about sedating or restraining nursing home residents

Australia to introduce rules about sedating or restraining nursing home residents

Aged care minister says he was disturbed by footage of elderly men being chemically and physically restrainedOn the eve of the royal commission into the aged care sector’s first hearing, the Morrison
Seeds, kale and red meat once a month – how to eat the diet that will save the world

Seeds, kale and red meat once a month – how to eat the diet that will save the world

A complete overhaul of what we eat may be the only way to meet the needs of a planet in crisis. So what’s on – and off – the menu?The world faces many challenges over the coming decades, but one of
Latest migrant caravan marches on as Trump again demands border wall

Latest migrant caravan marches on as Trump again demands border wall

The latest group set off from the notoriously violent Honduran city of San Pedro Sula at the start of this weekHundreds of Central American migrants have continued their march towards the United
Oxfam failed to address sexual misconduct and bullying, finds review

Oxfam failed to address sexual misconduct and bullying, finds review

Independent commission says charity lacked robust safeguarding policies and was inconsistent in dealing with complaintsA damning interim review has highlighted Oxfam’s failure to tackle an environment
‘Stop treating seas as a sewer,’ MPs urge in bid for protection treaty

‘Stop treating seas as a sewer,’ MPs urge in bid for protection treaty

Paris agreement for the sea recommended as rates of plastic pollution to skyrocketA new global agreement to protect the seas should be a priority for the government to stop our seas becoming a
Thursday briefing: Take no-deal Brexit off table, Corbyn demands

Thursday briefing: Take no-deal Brexit off table, Corbyn demands

Theresa May calls for MPs to put ‘self-interest’ aside … scientists devise diet to save the planet … and how a citizens’ assembly might workGood morning, I’m Warren Murray and it’s the “ideas on a