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  • US briefing: Trump crowd chants 'send her back', Puerto Rico and Kevin Spacey
    by Tim Walker on July 18, 2019 at 9:42 am

    Thursday’s top story: Trump crowd turns ugly as more than 100 Democrats vote against attempt to impeach. Plus, why the lesson of Notre Dame is not to rely on billionairesSubscribe now to receive the morning briefing by email.Good morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories. Continue reading... […]

  • Festival deaths inquest: police pushed to release protocols after 'unconscionable' strip searches
    by Michael McGowan on July 18, 2019 at 8:50 am

    Counsel assisting coroner says public deserves to know ‘under what circumstances are police entitled to strip search patrons’The New South Wales coroner will push for the state’s police force to release its strip search protocols as part of an inquest into drug-related deaths at music festivals.Counsel assisting the coroner Peggy Dwyer told the court on Thursday that the inquest had yet to receive “police protocols” on when strip searches could be carried out in the state, but that she intended to pursue the matter . Continue reading... […]

  • No-deal Brexit would plunge Britain into a recession, says OBR
    by Larry Elliott Economics editor on July 18, 2019 at 8:48 am

    Office for Budget Responsibility believes economy would shrink by 2% by end of 2020A no-deal Brexit would plunge Britain into a recession that would shrink the economy by 2% by the end of next year, according to the government’s independent forecasting body.The Office for Budget Responsibility said increased uncertainty and falling confidence would deter investment and hit trade. Continue reading... […]

  • Florida city constantly plays Baby Shark to deter homeless from civic building
    by Ben Beaumont-Thomas on July 18, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Official praises ‘effective temporary measure’ using looped children’s song to drive away people from banqueting venue City officials in West Palm Beach, Florida, are using extremely catchy children’s music to try and drive away homeless people from one of its civic buildings.The city’s mayor, Keith James, confirmed to Fox News that the songs Baby Shark and Raining Tacos were being played at the patio of the Waterfront Lake Pavilion, where homeless people have been living. Continue reading... […]

  • Puerto Rico police clash with protesters against governor's homophobic texts
    by Oliver Laughland in San Juan on July 18, 2019 at 8:20 am

    Teargas and rubber bullets used to disperse huge demonstration following leak of Ricardo Rosselló sexist slursThousands of protesters in Puerto Rico have clashed with riot police, as volleys of teargas and rubber bullets were used to disperse a mostly peaceful protest that descended into chaos just yards from the governor’s residence in San Juan.The capital has seen days of sustained protest following a leak of hundreds of pages of text messages, many including homophobic and misogynistic slurs, between the Puerto Rico governor, Ricardo Rosselló, and 11 members of his inner circle. A number of people in Rosselló’s administration have quit after the leak, but the governor has refused to tender his resignation despite continuing violence on the streets. Continue reading... […]

  • Asos issues third profit warning in seven months as shares fall
    by Julia Kollewe on July 18, 2019 at 8:19 am

    Online fashion retailer blames glitch in rollout of European and US automated warehouses Shares in Asos tumbled on Thursday as the online fashion retailer issued its third profits warning in seven months, blaming problems with the rollout of its new automated warehouses.The group said sales were hit by the overhaul of warehouses in Berlin and Atlanta, which left the firm struggling to keep up with demand. It now expects to make profits of £30m to £35m this year, far below City forecasts of £55m. Continue reading... […]

  • Yang Hengjun: Australian writer detained in China expected to be charged, lawyer says
    by Lily Kuo on July 18, 2019 at 7:53 am

    Yang, who has been detained for six months, is expected to be charged with endangering national securityAustralian writer Yang Hengjun is expected to be formally charged with endangering national security, according to his lawyer. Yang, a Chinese public intellectual who has long advocated for democratic reforms in China, has been detained for the last six months in an unknown location in China. Continue reading... […]

  • Kyoto Animation studio fire: more than 20 dead after arson attack in Japan
    by Gavin Blair in Tokyo on July 18, 2019 at 7:34 am

    Dozens injured after ‘man threw liquid and set fire’ to building, police sayAn arson attack on an anime studio in Japan has left at least 23 people dead and dozens injured.The perpetrator, who was also injured and has been taken into police custody, walked into the 1st Studio building of Kyoto Animation in Fujimi ward, Kyoto, at about 10.30am. He poured what is suspected to be petrol in multiple areas of the building before igniting it. Continue reading... […]

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