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  1. Tim Cook publicly attacks the US government for asking Apple to take an ‘unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers’ Stuart Dredge and Danny Yadron Wednesday 17 February 2016 09.17 GMT Apple has hit back after a US federal magistrate ordered the company to help the FBI unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, with chief executive Tim Cook describing the demand as “chilling”. The court order focuses on Apple’s security feature that slows down anyone trying to use “brute force” to gain access to an iPhone by guessing its passcode. In
  2. Local politicians criticise actions of 100-strong group, who chanted ‘We are the people’ and ‘Go home’ at bus carrying refugees to accommodation Philip Oltermann in Berlin Friday 19 February 2016 18.12 GMT German politicians say they are ashamed after a video emerged of an angry mob harassing a bus carrying refugees as it arrived in the eastern state of Saxony. The clip, which has been circulating on social media, shows a group of protesters blocking the path of a coach carrying visibly distressed asylum seekers, while chanting “We are the people” and “Go home”. The coac
  3. European parliament president sounds optimistic note François Hollande ‘more work’ to do on financial regulation Sticking points centre on emergency brake and treaty changes Angela Merkel says migration crisis is ‘priority’ as Turkey summit agreed Briefing: what you need to know about overnight Brussels talks Claire Phipps , Matthew Weaver and Ben Quinn Friday 19 February 2016 17.13 GMT Live feed
  4. Some see Bernie Sanders’ relative unpopularity as ‘purely recognition’ but he will have to overcome the Bill effect to win in South Carolina and beyond Lauren Gambino in New York and Adam Gabbatt in Sumter, South Carolina Wednesday 17 February 2016 12.59 GMT On Sunday, Hillar-y Clinton and Bernie Sanders sat in front row pews opposite each other for Sunday service at Victory Missionary Baptist church in Las Vegas. Last week, Sanders met the Rev Al Sharpton in New York. On Tuesday, Clinton arrived in New York to meet Sharpton and a group of prominent civil rights leaders, many
  5. The working girls at a Nevada brothel launched a campaign to elect the first female president. ‘We’re helping Hillar-y and we’re helping ourselves. Women should help other women, right?’ Maria L La Ganga in Mound House, Nevada Monday 15 February 2016 06.00 GMT Just days after Hillar-y Clinton launched her 2016 presidential campaign via online video – Everyday Americans want a champion, and I want to be that champion – some not-so-everyday Americans kicked off their own campaign in similar style. Hookers for Hillar-y was the brainchild of brothel owner Dennis Hof and the wor
  6. Vocalist-guitarist Jesse Hughes, a long-time advocate for access to gun ownership, says he is more convinced than ever after Bataclan attack Elle Hunt Tuesday 16 February 2016 04.45 GMT The frontman of the Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was performing at the Bataclan theatre in Paris when 90 people were murdered by terrorists last year, has remembered his terror at encountering a gunman backstage – and argued for universal access to guns. The Californian rock band was performing in front of a crowd of around 1,500 on the night of 13 November when three terrorists a
  7. Turkey is enraged as one of the war’s least visible players takes on an ever more important role in the conflict Martin Chulov Middle East correspondent Monday 15 February 2016 18.41 GMT Amid the chaos in northern Syria in recent months, several themes have emerged. The first is that Islamic State has been spared from intensified Russian airstrikes and advances by pro-regime forces. The second, and potentially more important development, is that one of the war’s least visible players – the Kurds – have done more than anyone else to carve out a new reality. As Lebanes
  8. MSF says eight staff missing after hit on makeshift clinic in Idlib province, while activists say 10 have died in strike in Azaz Kareem Shaheen in Beirut Monday 15 February 2016 11.47 GMT Airstrikes have hit hospitals in two locations in northern Syria – marking the latest in a series of attacks on medical facilities and workers in the five-year civil war. Médecins Sans Frontières said eight staff members were missing after a facility it supports in Maaret al-Numan, Idlib province, was hit four times in two separate raids. MSF did not blame any side for the bombing, but
  9. Republican debate united in opposing potential Obama nominee Democrats warn GOP faces punishment by voters if they delay Edward Helmore in New York Sunday 14 February 2016 21.57 GMT Presidential candidates and congressional leaders wasted no time on Sunday in seeking to establish the contours of the coming battle over the replacement of the supreme court justice Antonin Scalia, who died on Saturday at the age of 79. The contest over Scalia’s replacement to some extent eclipsed tributes to the conservative justice, who served on the court for 29 years, and the fallout fr
  10. Scandinavia’s first female-led mosque will also be open to men except for Friday prayers, but all imams will be female Agence France-Presse in Copenhagen Friday 12 February 2016 20.02 GMT Scandinavia’s first female-led mosque has opened in Copenhagen in a bid to challenge “patriarchal structures” and create debate and dialogue, its founder has said. Sherin Khankan, born in Denmark to a Syrian father and a Finnish mother, said that while all activities at the Mariam mosque except Friday prayers would be open to both men and women, all imams would be female. “We have n
  11. Suggestion that Ankara could take part in ground assault comes as Turkish strikes hit Kurdish positions and responded to regime fire Agence-France Presse Sunday 14 February 2016 08.05 GMT The Turkish military has hit Kurdish and Syrian regime targets as Ankara considered a ground assault with Saudi troops, further complicating efforts to end the war just days after the US and Russia agreed on a “cessation of hostilities” in Syria within a week. State-run news agency Anatolia said the armed forces shelled Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) targets around the t
  12. By MIKE McPHATE FEB. 12, 2016 Two female students were fatally shot at Independence High School in Glendale, Ariz., early Friday, the authorities said. The bodies of the students, both 15, were found near an administration building at the high school, the police said. They were declared dead at the scene. “It’s a tragic incident,” said Officer Tracey J. Breeden, a spokeswoman for the Glendale Police Department, who suggested that the killings did not occur at the hands of a third person. “We don’t believe there are any outstanding suspects,” she said. “These two young wome
  13. Scientist Moshe Vardi tells colleagues that change could come within 30 years, with few professions immune to effect of advanced artificial intelligence Alan Yuhas in Washington DC Saturday 13 February 2016 15.00 GMT Machines could put more than half the world’s population out of a job in the next 30 years, according to a computer scientist who said on Saturday that artificial intelligence’s threat to the economy should not be understated. Expert Moshe Vardi told the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS): “We are approaching a time when machines will
  14. The Vermont senator has never hidden his views but his proposed policies to overhaul tuition fees and healthcare have branded him a dangerous extremist Dan Roberts and Adam Gabbatt in Manchester, New Hampshire Saturday 6 February 2016 13.33 GMT Dr Krissy Haglund does not care if she is labeled a socialist. Or an ideological purist. Or, indeed, any of the other epithets thrown at Americans who are flocking to support Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination. She knows what she is: fed up. “I have patients who are deciding not to have children or are unabl
  15. Exclusive Syrian Centre for Policy Research says 470,000 deaths is twice UN’s figure with ‘human development ruined’ after 45% of population is displaced Ian Black Middle East editor Thursday 11 February 2016 00.01 GMT Syria’s national wealth, infrastructure and institutions have been “almost obliterated” by the “catastrophic impact” of nearly five years of conflict, a new report has found. Fatalities caused by war, directly and indirectly, amount to 470,000, according to the Syrian Centre for Policy Research (SCPR) – a far higher total than the figure of 250,000 used
  16. Aid organisation says a million Syrian civilians are living in besieged towns, with 300,000 more under threat in Aleppo Emma Graham-Harrison in London and Kareem Shaheen in Dubai Tuesday 9 February 2016 18.43 GMT The besieged Syrian town of Madaya is facing starvation again because meagre supplies delivered last month are already running out, residents have said, as the United Nations was accused of severely underestimating the number of people suffering under blockades around the country. More than a million Syrian civilians are living in besieged towns and villages, a
  17. Leo De Watts is thought to have made thousands of pounds in just a few weeks by shipping air to China from the UK Harriet Sinclair Saturday 6 February 2016 A businessman is raking in thousands of pounds selling jars of ‘fresh air’ to people in China for £80 each. Leo De Watts, 27, sells air collected in the British countryside and ships it over to polluted cities Shanghai and Beijing, where the wealthy elite pay a hefty sum for a few seconds of inhalation. The Aethaer products include air from Somerset, Wales and Dorset, with each area said to create air with different qu
  18. Oncupinar border remained closed despite an estimated 70,000 people expected to head there in coming days Chris Johnston and agencies Saturday 6 February 2016 17.15 GMT The European Union has urged Turkey to open its borders to thousands of Syrians fleeing an onslaught by government forces and intense Russian airstrikes. Turkey kept its Oncupinar border crossing closed on Saturday despite a significant increase in the number of arrivals to the European gateway in the past 48 hours. As many as 70,000 people are expected to head for the border in the coming days, said
  19. Shkreli invokes fifth amendment right not to answer questions about HIV drug So-called ‘most hated man in America’ hiked price of Daraprim 5,000% Joanna Walters in New York Thursday 4 February 2016 16.42 GMT Pharmaceutical entrepreneur Martin Shkreli threw insults at the US Congress on Thursday, less than an hour after refusing to testify at a hearing investigating accusations of profiteering on life-saving drugs sold by his and other drug companies. Twenty-four hours after facing fraud charges in a federal court in Brooklyn, Shkreli, 32, turned up in Washington afte
  20. How the tattered remnants of an Islamist sect transformed into a relentless terrorist army that Nigeria cannot defeat Andrew Walker Thursday 4 February 2016 06.00 GMT Mohammed Yusuf, then leader of Boko Haram, is arrested in 2009. A few hours later he was dead. Photograph: HO/AFP Weapons seized from Boko Haram by the Nigerian military. Photograph: STR/EPA Long article More pics in link
  21. London conference is aimed at getting aid for work and education opportunities to cut risk of people falling prey to extremism Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor Wednesday 3 February 2016 12.04 GMT World leaders are gathering in London for a conference aimed at raising $9bn for Syrian refugees and preventing the creation of a permanent underclass of uneducated, restless and jobless Syrians living in countries’ bordering their homeland. Organisers want the aid to be diverted from food handouts towards work and education opportunities for Syrians in Lebanon, Turkey and J
  22. Billionaire and former secretary of state lead final poll Sanders campaign: ‘It’s not bad to be just a little bit behind’ Lessons from history: real caucus victory lies in beating expectations Rand Paul hope students will give him surprise Iowa win Alan Yuhas Sunday 31 January 2016 17.41 GMT
  23. Sculptures in Capitoline Museum obscured by large white panels for Hassan Rouhani’s meeting with Italian PM Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Rome Tuesday 26 January 2016 12.15 GMT Italian officials keen to spare the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, any possible offence on his visit to Rome covered up nude statues at the city’s Capitoline Museum, where Rouhani met Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister. Photographs of Monday’s visit show both men standing near a grand equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, the Roman emperor. Nude statues in the vicinity were covered by large
  24. Prime minister’s PMQs attempt to criticise Jeremy Corbyn sparks accusations of inflammatory language Rowena Mason and Frances Perraudin Wednesday 27 January 2016 13.11 GMT David Cameron has been accused of using inflammatory language about refugees after referring to people in camps at Calais as a “bunch of migrants”. The prime minister made the comments in the House of Commons on Wednesday as he criticised Jeremy Corbyn’s call for Britain to do more to help refugees in French camps. Pointing at the Labour leader and John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, Cameron sa
  25. Fifteen-year-old boy arrested after woman killed at home for young asylum seekers in Molndal Agence France-Presse in Stockholm Tuesday 26 January 2016 08.33 GMT An employee at a refugee centre in Sweden has been stabbed to death. Police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg said the alleged assailant was a young man living at the centre for unaccompanied asylum seekers aged between 14 and 17 in Molndal, near Gothenburg on Sweden’s west coast. He did not give details about the suspect’s age or nationality but said the man had been arrested for murder. Swedish news agency TT said h
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