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    • Coronavirus live news: South Korea sees biggest one-day jump in cases in weeks as global deaths top 350,000
      Longest official mourning period in Spain’s democracy; unrest grows in UK PM’s party over Dominic Cummings lockdown breach; WHO says Americas are new Covid-19 epicentre. Follow the latest updatesGlobal report: Germany to relax travel curbs as Spain mourns Covid-19 victimsTory unrest increases pressure on PM to sack Dominic CummingsAustralia coronavirus – liveCoronavirus latest: at a […]
    • Kyoto Animation arson suspect arrested after 10 months of burns treatment
      Thirty-six people died in atrocity that is Japan’s deadliest blaze since 2001Police in Japan have arrested the man suspected of carrying out an arson attack last year that killed 36 people, after officers waited 10 months for him to be treated for serious burns.Shinji Aoba was arrested on murder and arson charges over the attack […]
    • Hong Kong crisis: riot police flood city as China protests build
      Pro-democracy groups gather to protest against national anthem bill as Donald Trump says he is ‘displeased’ with Beijing Thousands of armed police have flooded the streets of Hong Kong in an unprecedented show of force to prevent protests against a law criminalising ridicule of China’s national anthem.In the morning rush hour police in riot gear […]
    • The corner of Minnesota that’s there by mistake
      Northwest Angle is a wedge of the US marooned in a lake and reached via Canada – remote and raw, with pleasures hard-wonThe horizon was a shifting channel of light. Cornfields grew between stands of cottonwood trees, and harvesters cruised down the double-yellow line spewing golden dust. Signs advertised gifts from Minnesota’s northland: moccasins, wild […]
    • Fast fashion: Pakistan garment workers fight for rights amid Covid-19 crisis
      Protesters demand wages at factory supplying global fashion brands, as coronavirus leads to layoffs in textile industryCoronavirus - latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePolice in Karachi last week allegedly shot at hundreds of unarmed garment workers protesting outside a factory supplying denim for global fashion brands.Garment workers such as Abdul Basit, 35, claimed to have […]
    • Coronavirus latest: at a glance
      A summary of the biggest developments in the global coronavirus outbreakFollow our latest coronavirus blog for live news and updatesKey developments in the global coronavirus outbreak today include: Continue reading...
    • Tory privatisation is at the heart of the UK's disastrous coronavirus response | George Monbiot
      From PPE failures to care home tragedies, this crisis has exposed the pernicious role of corporate power in public policySee all our coronavirus coverageCoronavirus – latest updatesAmid the smog of lies and contradictions, there is one question we should never stop asking: why has the government of the United Kingdom so spectacularly failed to defend […]
    • 'Milli Violini': I was a fake violinist in a world-class miming orchestra
      Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman spent years touring America in an orchestra of gifted players who mimed to CDs. She relives their bizarre performances – and her eventual collapseA young violinist joins an award-winning ensemble led by a famous composer, only to find out that all of the musicians aren’t actually playing their instruments but are simply […]
    • Investment in global energy to drop by $400bn
      Covid-19 pandemic forecast to cause biggest slump in history after collapse in demandInvestment in global energy will fall by $400bn (£324bn) this year, the biggest slump in the industry’s history, as the Covid-19 pandemic fuels a collapse in energy demand.The International Energy Agency (IEA) said the unprecedented investment slump follows the most severe plunge in […]
    • Giant kookaburra built by Australian man during lockdown: 'People adore it'
      Farvardin Daliri built the 750kg sculpture, which laughs, to bring joy to the community An Australian man has used his time in lockdown to create a 750kg sculpture of a laughing kookaburra that he says will bring joy to the community in bleak times.Dr Farvardin Daliri, an academic and artist, debuted the huge bird this […]
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