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Woman arrested after death of five-year-old boy in Coventry



49-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of murder was known to dead boy, say policeA woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a five-year-old boy in Coventry.Police in the West Midlands said the child was found with serious injuries at an address in Poplar Road, Earlsdon, just after 5.55pm on Tuesday. He was confirmed dead at the scene. Continue reading…



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Scott Morrison WeChat: new owner amazed account entrusted to ‘single person’ in China



Fuzhou software development firm representative denies allegations of foreign interferenceThe new owner of Scott Morrison’s WeChat account has expressed disbelief that it had been entrusted to an individual in China – and is now considering shutting it down amid a growing political storm.Earlier this month, subscribers to the Australian prime minister’s official WeChat profile were notified the account had been sold to the Fuzhou 985 Information Technology Co Ltd and had been renamed “Australian Chinese New Life”. Continue reading…



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Emily the Criminal review – Aubrey Plaza charges taut thriller



A gig worker turns to credit card fraud in a tense debut feature with an electrifying central performanceIt’s hard to really blame Emily (Aubrey Plaza) for choosing a life of crime. A low-paid service gig brings nothing but stress. A seemingly inescapable student loan is gathering interest by the day. A couple of minor, years-back criminal charges have closed off a world of employment. It’s a familiar predicament that plagues many in America and even though first-time writer-director John Patton Ford might only show it in the broadest of strokes, it’s an effectively infuriating set-up.When Emily is offered an opportunity for an extra income, she nervously inches down the rabbit hole. It starts off simple. She’s given a cloned credit card and has to buy a TV. She then takes it to her new bosses and gets paid $200. It’s easier than she anticipated and soon she’s doing it on the regular, edging closer to taskmaster Youcef (Theo Rossi) who slowly becomes more than her mentor. But how far is she willing to go?Emily the Criminal is showing at the Sundance film festival with a release date to be announced Continue reading…



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Author : Benjamin Lee

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Woman who survived Auschwitz and Sarajevo siege dies aged 97



Greta Weinfeld Ferušić survived both the Nazi death camp and the nearly four-year siege during the Bosnian warA woman who survived both the Auschwitz death camp and the Sarajevo siege in the 1990s has died, according to representatives of Bosnia’s Jewish community.Greta Ferušić Weinfeld died on Monday aged 97. Continue reading…



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Mexico: Canadians killed at resort over international gang debts, police say



Shooting of pair on Caribbean coast allegedly linked to ‘transnational illegal activities that the victims participated in’The killing of two Canadians at a resort on Mexico’s Caribbean coast last week was motivated by debts between international gangs apparently dedicated to drug and weapons trafficking, according to a senior Mexican prosecutor.“The investigations indicate that this attack was motivated by debts that arose from transnational illegal activities that the victims participated in,” said Oscar Montes, the chief prosecutor of the Quintana Roo state, on Tuesday. “The information [is] that they were involved in weapons and drug trafficking, among other crimes.” Continue reading…



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‘Three times a hero’: second officer who was shot in Harlem dies from injuries



Wilbert Mora’s death follows the death on Friday of fellow officer Jason Rivera after they responded to a domestic violence callA second police officer who was shot on Friday in New York City while responding to a domestic violence call has died, the city’s police commissioner said on Tuesday.Keechant Sewell called officer Wilbert Mora, 27, “three times a hero” as she announced his death. Continue reading…



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Australia news live update: Dylan Alcott is Australian of the Year; Invasion Day protests planned; NSW to record millionth Covid case



Gina Rinehart among record number of women to receive Australia Day honours as the Aboriginal Tent Embassy marks ‘50 years of resistance’. Follow all the day’s newsTennis star and Paralympian Dylan Alcott named Australian of the YearAged care provider has ‘no faith’ in federal promise of rapid antigen testsAboriginal Tent Embassy began with an umbrella and became a symbol of sovereigntyGrace Tame and Scott Morrison’s frosty meeting sparks praise and condemnationGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingIn the middle of the night, four young Aboriginal men pitched a beach umbrella on the lawns opposite Parliament House and sat down. When dawn broke on 26 January 1972, a police officer came over to ask how long they intended to stay.“Until we get land rights,” one of the four, Billy Craigie, told the officer.It’s better to have the two-square-metre rule than no square-metre rules and not having the confidence in the community to go out to restaurants and bars. Continue reading…



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Author : Matilda Boseley

Publish date : 2022-01-25 20:34:40

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Met’s ‘partygate’ inquiry is latest run-in between police and politics



Analysis: Cressida Dick has had ringside seat for some of Met’s past painful encounters with politiciansThe 48 hours before Cressida Dick’s bombshell announcement of a criminal investigation into “partygate” was intense, busy and momentous for the leadership of the Metropolitan police.It was only on Sunday that the Met decided it had enough evidence to merit a criminal investigation into claims of parties in Downing Street and Whitehall, attended by those who made the onerous lockdown rules. Continue reading…



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Author : Vikram Dodd Police and crime correspondent

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Morning mail: Australia Day honours, aged care provider waits weeks for promised Covid tests, our best public loos



Wednesday: Paralympian and disability advocate Dylan Alcott named Australian of the Year. Plus: Guardian Australia readers’ favourite public toiletsGood morning! Australia Day honours have been handed out to a record number of women, including Australia’s richest person, mining magnate Gina Rinehart, a decision likely to spark controversy. Tennis champion, Paralympian and disability advocate Dylan Alcott has been named the 2022 Australian of the Year, the first person with a disability to receive the top gong. Australia Day and Invasion Day rallies are expected across the country, and today also marks the 50th anniversary of the Tent Embassy. Mununjali and South Sea Islander woman Chelsea Watego reminds us that for First Nations people 26 January “is a day that tells a story of a violent and heartless nation that insists upon our forgetting”.An aged care provider says it has “no faith” in the commonwealth’s supply of rapid antigen tests after a delivery failed to show for almost three weeks after an outbreak of Covid. When it did arrive, the delivery contained less than half of the order. Supply at St Basil’s Homes in South Australia is so precarious that the provider wrote to residents and their families warning the tests were “like liquid gold”. The facility had ordered 1,300 rapid tests from the national stockpile three weeks ago, but received just 600 on Friday. Continue reading…



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Native American tribes reclaim California redwood land for preservation



Group of 10 tribes inhabiting the area since thousands of years will be responsible for protecting the land dubbed Tc’ih-Léh-DûñThe descendants of Native American tribes on the northern California coast are reclaiming part of their ancestral homeland, including ancient redwoods that have stood since their forebears walked the land.Save the Redwoods League, a non-profit conservation group, announced Tuesday that it is transferring more than 500 acres (202 hectares) on the Lost Coast to the InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council. Continue reading…



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Children’s social services in Bradford to be handed to independent trust



Move comes after investigation found serious management shortcomings and follows Star Hobson caseBradford council has been stripped of control of its children’s social care after an investigation following the murder of 16-month old Star Hobson found serious shortcomings in the management of the service.Social workers will be transferred to a not-for-profit children’s trust that ministers hope will help “drive rapid improvements” to a department which has been underperforming for years and struggled to raise its game. Continue reading…



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Author : Patrick Butler Social policy editor

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The Guardian view on the threat to Ukraine: high and rising | Editorial



Russia hopes for disagreement and distraction. To counter it, the west must maintain unityThe US president’s need to state on Monday that there is “total unanimity” over how to deal with the Ukraine crisis, like the video call with European leaders which preceded it, was itself evidence of ongoing differences among western allies. There is no dispute about the threat: more than 100,000 Russian troops are now massed near Ukraine’s borders. The US has put 8,500 troops on standby to deploy to Europe to reinforce allies there, while Nato has reinforced its eastern borders with warships and fighter jets. A senior US official briefed on Tuesday that in the event of an invasion, sanctions will “start at the top of the escalation ladder and stay there”.In addition to the clear deterrent message, talks continue: Dmitry Kozak, the Kremlin’s deputy chief of staff, will meet French, German and Ukrainian officials in Paris on Wednesday, in the “Normandy format”. Set against that, Russia paid little price for the annexation of Crimea and fomenting the separatist uprising in the Donbas region in 2014. There is a credible case that Russia is set on a major military offensive – not merely pursuing coercive diplomacy – and that it is in Moscow’s interests to act before Kyiv receives further arms shipments. Above all, there is at present no visible off-ramp for Vladimir Putin. The very thing he says Russia must counter – Nato’s presence in eastern Europe – is growing because of his own actions. He might take an exit; it’s harder to see him beating a retreat. Continue reading…



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Rights groups call for statutory inquiry into misogyny in the Met



Campaigners say comments during Konstancja Duff’s strip-search show sexism ‘deeply embedded’ in the police forceWomen’s rights groups have called for a statutory inquiry into misogyny in the Metropolitan police after derogatory comments by officers about an academic while she was strip-searched showed how “deeply embedded” sexism is in the force.In CCTV footage published by the Guardian, police officers made disparaging remarks about Konstancja Duff while she was strip-searched at Stoke Newington police station. Continue reading…



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Johnson hints German reliance on Russian gas could affect Ukraine response



Prime minister tells MPs Britain will push for ‘tough package’ of economic sanctions if invasion happensBoris Johnson has hinted that Germany may be concerned about the imposition of sanctions against Russia because of its dependence on Russian gas and told MPs diplomatic efforts are being made to persuade Berlin and others to go further.The British prime minister said that “European friends” had concerns about imposing the toughest possible sanctions on Russia if it invades Ukraine because of their “heavy dependence” on Russian gas – and also declared the UK would be willing to deploy more troops to eastern Europe if Ukraine was attacked. Continue reading…



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Big Dog was now The Suspect, but at least Gray’s report would be delayed… Oh. | John Crace



Boris Johnson’s day goes from bad to worse, with only a hardcore of loyalists left defending himBig Dog was having a bad morning. Normally he could rely on Grant Shapps to put up a spirited defence of any government lie, which is why he had been sent out to do the morning media round.But not even the transport secretary had been bothered to put a positive spin on the latest birthday party revelations. He had even made the schoolboy error of calling a party a party, when everyone knew that word was a no-no inside No 10. Continue reading…



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