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  • US-Boxer: Patrick Day stirbt nach K.-o.-Schlag

    Die Boxwelt trauert um Patrick Day: Der 27-Jährige war nach schweren Kopftreffern zusammengebrochen - und nicht mehr aus dem Koma aufgewacht. Sein Team fordert, den Sport in Zukunft sicherer zu machen. Lire l'article
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  • Las cenizas de Camilo Sesto no encuentran descanso

    El hijo del cantante, Camilo Blanes, no puede enterrar a su padre en el cementerio de Alcoy porque su tío vendió el mausoleo familiar hace dos años Lire l'article
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  • Banks warned over Saudi Aramco by environmental groups

    Eight green groups send letter to express concern over planned market float

    Environmental groups have warned the banks linked to Saudi Aramco’s planned market float that they risk financing the destruction of the planet by supporting the public listing of the world’s biggest oil producer.

    The eight green groups, including Oil Change International and Friends of the Earth, warned that the world’s largest IPO would be “the biggest single infusion of capital into the fossil fuel industry” since global governments signed the Paris climate accord in 2015.

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  • El pensamiento lateral explicado con dos historias

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  • Protestas en Cataluña: muera la inteligencia

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  • Patrick Day, Boxer Who Suffered Brain Injury in Bout, Dies at 27, Promoter Says

    The Long Island native had been in a coma after he was knocked out by Charles Conwell, a 2016 Olympian. Lire l'article
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  • 'A body drifted past the window': surviving the Ladbroke Grove train crash

    On 5 October 1999, two trains collided at speed in west London, killing both drivers and 29 passengers. Barrister Greg Treverton-Jones, who survived the crash and worked on the harrowing inquiry, pieced together what went wrong

    • Warning: this article contains graphic descriptions of injury and trauma

    There was no warning and no screech of brakes – just a huge bang, and then we were crashing. I was sitting with my back to the direction of travel, towards Paddington, and felt the impact through my seat, as well as hearing it. For a moment or two, it seemed that we might be all right, because the train continued on its way. But then we derailed, and the wheels started to plough over the sleepers and through the ballast beside the tracks. I became aware of a bright yellow light over my right shoulder, and realised that it was a fireball. It moved along the outside of the carriage from front to rear, and then was gone. The carriage tilted to its right and, out of the window to my left, which was now below me, I could see one or two small fires. A body drifted slowly past that same window. It was that of a middle-aged male. The body was intact, and the man’s eyes were closed. I was struck by the peaceful look on his face as he rolled slowly below us. I remember hoping that he was not hurt, and wondering where on Earth he had come from.

    Back then, in 1999, by a strange coincidence, I was acting as junior counsel for Great Western Trains Ltd at the public inquiry into the Southall rail crash, which had taken place two years earlier, in September 1997, and killed seven people. Many weeks earlier, I had been chatting to Richard George, managing director of Great Western Trains Ltd, about his experience as a passenger in the Southall crash. He had demonstrated to me how he had got out of his seat and crouched in the aisle as the train had slowed.

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  • Footage shows world's fastest ants at top speed – video

    New video footage reveals the world's fastest ants galloping across the scorching sand of the Sahara at speeds approaching one metre per second, which is the equivalent of a house cat tearing about at 120mph.

    Researchers have found that at full pelt the Saharan silver ants can travel 108 times their body length per second in gallops that brought all six legs off the ground at once

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  • El PSC gobierna con separatistas 44 instituciones en Cataluña

    La Diputación de Barcelona, presidida por los socialistas, rechazará la sentencia del 'próces' para reafirmarse en la autodeterminación Leer Lire l'article
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  • 'Youthquake': The young New Zealanders voted into office – in between McDonald's shifts

    The number of elected officials under 30 doubled in city and district elections. Here a selection of them speak about their priorities

    They took gap years to stay at home and run for office. They list as their political heroes progressive leaders such as Jacinda Ardern and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. And they plan to juggle their new roles as elected officials with university exams and shifts at McDonald’s.

    The record number of young New Zealanders, some still in their teens, who surged to victory in the country’s local government elections on Saturday – in what was dubbed a “youthquake” by commentators – were not lured by dreams of high-profile posts in national politics.

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  • Leading car in World Solar Challenge bursts into flames

    NunaX car of Dutch team catches fire 250km before finish of 3,000km Darwin to Adelaide race

    The leading car in the World Solar Challenge has caught fire and withdrawn from the race a little more than 250km from the Adelaide finish.

    The NunaX car of Dutch team Vattenfall caught fire just before Mambray Creek on Thursday.

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  • Las claves de la decisión que debe tomar la Federación Española de Fútbol sobre el Clásico del 26 de octubre

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  • Empty Garages: The Answer to California’s Housing Shortage?

    Converting some of Los Angeles County’s 250,000 detached garages into apartments could address multiple problems. Lire l'article
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  • Inside the Derailed White House Meeting

    “I hate ISIS more than you do,” President Trump said. “You don’t know that,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi replied. Here’s the rest of their exchange. Lire l'article
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  • Y Mas comiendo tarta Sacher

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  • Thirty years after devastating quake, is San Francisco ready for the next?

    The 6.9-magnitude Loma Prieta quake killed 63 in 1989. Decades later, the Bay Area is still plagued by structural threats and flammable fuels

    On the afternoon of 17 October 1989, a 6.9-magnitude earthquake rocked the San Francisco Bay Area, killing 63 people and causing $13bn in damages as it toppled a chunk of the Bay Bridge, colapsed a section of freeway in Oakland, and crumbled thousands of buildings from San Francisco to Santa Cruz.

    Thirty years later, California will launch an earthquake early warning app, the first to cover the whole state, developed by UC Berkeley and the California Office of Emergency Services. The decades since the Loma Prieta quake have been remarkably quiet – yet it’s not a matter of if, but when, the next large earthquake will rattle the Bay Area, and the consequences will undoubtedly be severe.

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  • Bus Near Saudi Holy City of Mecca Crashes, Killing 35 People

    Authorities in Saudi Arabia say 35 pilgrims have been killed in a bus crash near the Muslim holy city of Mecca. Lire l'article
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  • John Lithgow: Trump Is a Bad President. He’s an Even Worse Entertainer.

    The performer in chief is forcing us to live in a B-movie horror. Lire l'article
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  • Sahara: Forscher filmen schnellste Ameisen der Welt

    Sie sind nur einen Zentimeter groß - und schaffen 85 Zentimeter Distanz in einer Sekunde: In der Sahara haben Forscher Ameisen beobachtet, die zu den schnellsten Tieren der Erde gehören. Gemessen haben Wissenschaftler das mit einem Trick. Lire l'article
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  • Quim Torra legitima y facilita la huelga general en Cataluña del día 18

    La patronal catalana la considera un paro ajeno "al interés profesional del trabajador" Leer Lire l'article
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  • Police arrest hundreds over international child sexual abuse website

    South Korean-based site accepted digital currency for access to videos, with victims rescued in US, UK and Spain

    Hundreds of people have been arrested in a worldwide operation over a South Korea-based dark web child sexual abuse site that sold videos for digital cash.

    Officials from the United States, Britain and South Korea described the network as one of the largest operations they had encountered to date.

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  • 'A very serious meltdown': top Democrats react to Trump meeting – video

    Nancy Pelosi said senior lawmakers witnessed Trump having a 'meltdown' after nearly two-thirds of the House GOP caucus voted to condemn his decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria. Leaving a White House meeting on the situation in Syria, Senator Chuck Schumer said that Trump was disrespectful to Pelosi, calling her a 'third-rate politician', and alleged Trump had no plan on how to contain Isis now

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  • What Are the Benefits of CBD?

    More than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety, according to a survey of 5,000 people. Does it help? Lire l'article
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  • Reisepionier Ritter Jean de Mandeville: "Leider fressen sie gerne Kinder"

    Reisepionier Die Reisen des Ritters Jean de Mandeville

    Jean de Mandeville schreibt im Mittelalter von Wesen ohne Kopf und Magnetbergen, die Schiffe anziehen. Trotzdem überzeugt er Christopher Kolumbus, den Seeweg nach Indien zu suchen.

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  • Última hora de Cataluña | 20 personas detenidas y 52 asistidas por los servicios sanitarios este miércoles

    · Torra: “No hay justificación para quemar coches ni para actos vandálicos” · Cargas contra grupos de encapuchados, que han quemado 10 coches en Barcelona · 20 detenidos y 52 personas atendidas, una con traumatismo craneoencefálico · Sánchez: “Garantizaremos los derechos desde la firmeza, la moderación y la unidad” Lire l'article
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  • Sánchez avisa de que no consentirá la violencia y Torra condena finalmente los altercados

    La Moncloa avisa de que “modulará” su respuesta si la situación no se calma Lire l'article
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  • Democrats, Dream Big but Tell the Whole Truth

    Big moves come with hitches. But that’s no reason not to go big and bold. Lire l'article
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  • Drug Giants Close In on a $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases

    The nation’s three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in intense negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial set to begin on Monday. Lire l'article
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  • 'Profoundly wrong': Wellington's new mayor denies being Peter Jackson 'puppet'

    Andy Foster says financial backing from Lord of the Rings director was not reason for his victory in New Zealand capital

    Wellington’s new mayor, Andy Foster, has hit back at suggestions he is a “puppet” of Sir Peter Jackson, whilst still refusing to reveal how much the Lord of the Rings director and wife Fran Walsh donated to his campaign.

    Andy Foster won local elections in New Zealand’s capital city over the weekend, ousting one-term incumbent Justin Lester.

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  • El juez Luciano Varela apadrinó la tesis de la "ensoñación" en la sentencia del 'procés'

    Sólo dos de los siete magistrados del tribunal del 'procés' defendieron que los hechos respondían a un delito de rebelión Leer Lire l'article
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  • Two-Person Race? Moderates, and Bernie Sanders, Say Not So Fast

    Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are vying to become the pragmatic alternative to Joe Biden. Mr. Sanders is trumpeting endorsements to compete with Elizabeth Warren. Lire l'article
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  • Saudi bus crash kills 35 foreign tourists near holy city of Medina

    Arab and Asian visitors were on a bus when it collided with another heavy vehicle

    Thirty-five foreign tourists were killed and four others injured when a bus collided with another heavy vehicle near the Muslim holy city of Medina, Saudi state media said on Thursday.

    The accident on Wednesday involved a collision between “a private chartered bus ... with a heavy vehicle (loader)“ near the western Saudi Arabian city, a spokesman for Medina police said, according to the official Saudi Press Agency.

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  • Kulturkampf: Über den Münchener Semmelstreit entscheidet der Bundesgerichtshof

    Brötchenproduktion

    Augenscheinlich geht es nur um die Sonntags-Öffnungszeiten eines Bäckers. Doch dahinter versteckt sich der kontroverse Komplex um die Sonntagsruhe.

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  • Trump an Erdoğan: "Seien Sie kein Narr!"

    Donald Trump, Sergio Mattarella

    Der US-Präsident hat seinem türkischen Amtskollegen vergangene Woche einen Brief geschrieben - und ungewöhnliche Worte gewählt. Gegenüber den US-Demokraten soll er ausgerastet sein.

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  • Gunman Is Arrested in Brownsville Mass Shooting, Police Say

    Kyle Williams, 20, faces a murder charge in a shooting that left one man dead and 11 others wounded at a neighborhood block party. Lire l'article
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  • For Yankees, Rainout Complicates the A.L.C.S. Pitching Plan

    With Wednesday’s Game 4 postponed a day, the Yankees and Astros could end up playing on four straight days — a stretch that could test the Yankees’ reliance on their bullpen. Lire l'article
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  • ‘I Don’t Need Lessons From You on Courage’: Pete Buttigieg Makes His Case

    On the Democratic debate stage Tuesday night, Mr. Buttigieg didn’t brag about his military service, but he did outflank his rivals. Lire l'article
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  • EU leaders gather for summit as Boris Johnson scrambles to get backing for Brexit deal – Politics live

    Prime minister is racing to secure backing from Democratic Unionist party for deal, which EU said they could approve today

    Brexit first on agenda which suggests EU council reckons there is deal to be done... might yet depend on the mood the DUP wakes up in or what assurances they got from No 10 last night or in the next few hours https://t.co/G7r5PpGK7r

    A photograph of Boris Johnson walking behind a metal fence, which gives the unfortunate impression that the prime minster was behind bars, provided a visual metaphor too good for most publications to pass up and it is the lead image on most of the front pages.

    The front page of tomorrow’s Daily Telegraph: ‘Brexit is like the Shawshank Redemption … but now we can see the light’ #TomorrowsPaperToday pic.twitter.com/TiLav6n4nJ

    Tomorrow's front page: Brexit on a knife-edge #tomorrowspaperstoday https://t.co/vQa6epnG11 pic.twitter.com/lwhGTkjz8C

    MAIL UPDATED: In sight of the Summit #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/4vokpDO1VZ

    FT: Hargreaves Lansdown under fire as Woodford collapse traps clients #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/g1BLHRZUS3

    Guardian front page, Thursday 17 October 2019: Johnson in last-minute scramble for DUP backing pic.twitter.com/ePEaDPnZlA

    EXPRESS: Against all odds #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/3S69r2sXWo

    TGE TIMES: Brexit deal on knife edge as DUP blocks Johnson / Culture Secretary opens door to making BBC subscription service #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/xlxf8Pt242

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  • Rüstungspolitik: Rekord-Waffenexporte aus Deutschland in die Türkei

    Deutsche Rüstungsexporte steuern auf Rekordmarke zu

    Trotz des kürzlich angekündigten Waffenlieferungs-Stopps hat die Türkei in diesem Jahr schon jetzt mehr Waffen aus Deutschland erhalten als jeweils in den 14 Jahren zuvor. Und es werden noch mehr.

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  • Stilkritik Raumanzug: Mission Mond-Mode

    Nasa stellt neue Raumanzüge für künftige Mondspaziergänge vor

    Die Nasa hat neue Raumanzüge: hochmoderne Kreationen, erschaffen zum Lustwandeln auf der südlichen Mondhalbkugel. Wurde aber auch Zeit.

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  • Nueva noche de violencia en Cataluña con coches quemados y ácido contra los Mossos

    20 personas detenidas y 52 asistidas por los servicios sanitarios durante los disturbios Lire l'article
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  • The 'blob': zoo showcases slime mold with 720 sexes that can heal itself in minutes

    The unusual organism has no mouth but can detect and digest food, and no brain yet can learn

    A Paris zoo has showcased a slime mold, dubbed the “blob”, a yellowish, unicellular, small living being which looks like a fungus but acts like an animal.

    This newest exhibit of the Paris Zoological Park, which goes on display to the public on Saturday and is widely used in scientific experiments, has no mouth, no stomach, no eyes, yet it can detect food and digest it.

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  • G.M. and U.A.W. Reach Deal That Could End Strike

    The accord reportedly includes wage increases and lump-sum payments, along with a formula for temporary workers to become full-time employees. Lire l'article
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  • Trump Lashes Out on Syria as Republicans Rebuke Him in House Vote

    President Trump again defends his decision to withdraw American troops, an order that many, including Republicans, have interpreted as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally. Lire l'article
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  • The Way Forward in Syria

    The United States and Europe are erroneously banking on sanctioning Turkey to contain the fallout in Syria. Lire l'article
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  • Matthew Shepard’s Parents Assail Trump Administration on Transgender Rights

    Their criticisms were read aloud in their absence during a ceremony at the Justice Department. Lire l'article
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  • Anschlag in Halle: Synagogentür soll Ort des Gedenkens werden

    Einschusslöcher zeugen von dem Terroranschlag: Eine Tür zur Synagoge in Halle hat verhindert, dass der rechtsextreme Attentäter in das jüdische Gotteshaus kam. Nun soll sie ein Mahnmal werden. Lire l'article
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  • Peter Navarro Invented an Expert for His Books, Based on Himself

    President Trump’s trade adviser frequently cited Ron Vara, a fictional source who was a critic of China, in his writings. Lire l'article
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  • Bottrop und Lüdenscheid: Mehrere Verletzte bei Kurden-Demonstrationen

    In Nordrhein-Westfalen sind Proteste gegen den türkischen Einmarsch in Nordsyrien eskaliert. Mindestens neun Menschen wurden dabei verletzt, darunter fünf Polizisten. Lire l'article
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  • Fuegos fatuos

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  • Morrison accuses Albanese of 'throwing tantrums' – politics live

    In Question Time, the prime minister says opposition are addicted to panic and crisis. All the day’s events, live

    On the legislated voice issue, Ken Wyatt says he is pushing ahead:

    Well, we’ve got a timetable I’m proposing to take to the PM. Once that’s been agreed to in the process that he and I will undertake, and my cabinet colleagues and certainly members of parliament, then we will announce that and we will clearly lay out the process and the structures that are within that.

    I’m optimistic.

    Patricia Karvelas: Many Indigenous people are opposed to this idea of legislating the voice. Have you convinced them?

    Ken Wyatt:

    No. I haven’t. But we will start a process. I’ve been talking to a lot of people as I’ve moved across the nation. Issues like sovereignty when up. Communities say, “Who will listen to our voice? We want local issues and access to health, better education.” I think Linda Burney discovered that when she travelled from Port Hedland to Uluru because I saw her and she made the very pertinent point - they were concerned about local matters they needed resolving.

    We will work through those over the next 12 months.

    There will be recognition.

    We’ll need to be worked through with our people. And has to be acceptable within a legal framework. What I don’t want is a section 44 issue being created. We have to be pragmatic and have many non-indigenous Australians who are supportive but are saying, “I’m concerned until you tell us what the sets of words are because I’m not going to commit to something that creates a division between a nation that is becoming more unified.” The number of non-indigenous people who have said, “We will stand with Indigenous Australians. We want to see them recognised but get the words right.”

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  • In Democratic Fund-Raising, Joe Biden Falls Far Behind

    In the past three months, Mr. Biden spent more on his campaign than he raised. He begins an aggressive phase of the primary race with far less cash on hand than top rivals. Lire l'article
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  • Torra en su salsa

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  • Trump’s Impeachment Blockade Crumbles as Witnesses Agree to Talk

    After vowing not to cooperate with a “kangaroo court,” the president has largely failed to prevent current and former administration members from spending hours with Democrats seeking to impeach him. Lire l'article
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  • Elaine Chao, Mitch McConnell and Questions of Conflict

    Congress wants answers from the transportation secretary, wife of the Senate majority leader, about the apparent mixing of public and family business. Lire l'article
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  • Maßnahmen gegen die Klimakrise: "Wir werden der Frage nach Begrenzung von Freiheiten nicht entkommen"

    Klimastreik Köln, 20.09.2019 Klimastreik Fridays for Future Demonstration *** Climate strike Cologne, 20 09 2019 Climate

    Bislang wurde zu wenig gegen die Klimakrise unternommen. Ändert sich das dank Fridays for Future jetzt? Nachhaltigkeitsforscher Ingolfur Blühdorn ist skeptisch: Der Anspruch auf unbegrenzte Freiheit und Selbstverwirklichung ist immer noch zu groß.

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  • Trump’s bizarre, threatening letter to Erdoğan: ‘Don’t be a fool’

    President vows to destroy Turkish economy if Syria invasion is not resolved humanely, but brash language and diplomatic missteps draw confusion

    Donald Trump warned his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan “don’t be a fool” and said history risked branding him a “devil” in an extraordinary letter sent the day Turkey launched its incursion into north-eastern Syria.

    The letter, first obtained by a Fox Business reporter, was shorn of diplomatic niceties and began with an outright threat.

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  • "Er ist ausgerastet": Treffen von Trump und Pelosi endet mit Eklat

    Der US-Präsident steht wegen seiner Syrienpolitik in der Kritik - und kann damit laut Oppositionschefin Nancy Pelosi nicht umgehen. Bei einem Treffen soll er sie nun massiv beleidigt haben. Sie wiederum teilte vor der Presse gegen ihn aus. Lire l'article
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  • Adam Schiff Is the Congressman Trump Wants You to Hate

    Relentless, yes. But “radical left” and “lowlife”? Not at all. Lire l'article
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  • 'Think of your family': China threatens European citizens over Xinjiang protests

    Uighurs living in Germany, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, and France have complained of intimidation by Beijing

    Two days after Abdujelil Emet sat in the public gallery of Germany’s parliament during a hearing on human rights, he received a phone call from his sister for the first time in three years. But the call from Xinjiang, in western China, was anything but a joyous family chat. It was made at the direction of Chinese security officers, part of a campaign by Beijing to silence criticism of policies that have seen more than a million Uighurs and other Muslim minorities detained in internment camps.

    Emet’s sister began by praising the Communist party and making claims of a much improved life under its guidance before delivering a shock: his brother had died a year earlier. But Emet, 54, was suspicious from the start; he had never given his family his phone number. Amid the heartbreaking news and sloganeering, he could hear a flurry of whispers in the background, and he demanded to speak to the unknown voice. Moments later the phone was handed to a Chinese official who refused to identify himself.

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  • El insomnio de Sánchez

    El presidente del Gobierno en funciones pasó por "muchas circunstancias" en su carrera política, "ninguna como ésta" Leer Lire l'article
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  • 15 grandes viajes en tren que tal vez no conozcas

    Del serpenteante recorrido entre las ciudades iraníes de Andimeshk y Dorud a una ruta espectacular por las tierras altas eslovenas en la línea de ferrocarril de Bohinj Lire l'article
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  • EU-Gipfel: "Die Choreografie ist völlig offen"

    Brexit

    Der Brexit macht den EU-Gipfel völlig unvorhersehbar - auch wenn es in den Verhandlungen vorangegangen ist, wie Insider vermelden. Und das ist nicht das einzige brisante Thema des Spitzentreffens.

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  • Chicago Teachers Announce Strike in Nation’s Third-Largest District

    The Chicago Teachers Union and the city’s new mayor failed to reach a contract deal. Classes were canceled for 300,000 public school students on Thursday. Lire l'article
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  • Estudiantes constitucionalistas se organizan por Whatsapp para contraprogramar la huelga independentista

    Miembros de la asociación S'Ha Acabat reivindican su derecho a ir a clase y advierten de que impedirán que paralicen Cataluña Leer Lire l'article
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  • Trump in Brief an Erdogan: "Seien Sie kein Narr!"

    Mit bemerkenswerten Worten hat sich Donald Trump an den türkischen Präsidenten gewandt. In dem Schreiben vom 9. Oktober warnt er Recep Tayyip Erdogan vor Blutvergießen in Syrien - und droht massiv. Lire l'article
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  • Las opciones para intervenir en Cataluña: artículo 155, Ley de Seguridad o estado de alerta o excepción

    El Gobierno tiene tres vías para enfrentar los actos violentos: aplicar el 155, la Ley de Seguridad Nacional o el estado de alerta o excepción Leer Lire l'article
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  • Así funciona la ‘app’ distópica de Tsunami Democràtic que controla las protestas en Cataluña

    El movimiento ha creado una herramienta innovadora para coordinar a sus simpatizantes Lire l'article
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  • El PSOE cae por debajo del 28-A, el PP se acerca y Vox se sitúa como tercera fuerza

    Santiago Abascal exprime la sentencia del 'procés' y supera ya en un escaño a Pablo Iglesias y en 14 a Albert Rivera Leer Lire l'article
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  • Syria, White House, Opioids: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day. Lire l'article
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