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  Story 271 -   Tuesday October 20, 2020
Suga takes barb at China in vow for 'free and open Indo-Pacific' HANOI--Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc reached agreement on a wide range of issues that included a pledge by Japan to cooperate with ASEAN nations to establish a free and open Indo-Pacific region.

The talks were Suga's first face-to-face meeting with a foreign leader since he took office in September.

Afterward, Suga described the meeting to reporters as one that represents ?a very i ...

  Story 270 -   Sunday October 18, 2020
'People think you are stupid if you have a different accent’

It is the workforce that needs to change, she said, as she cited the diversity of the British workforce. When an employer decides to hire it is their job to make sure they dont look down upon or intimidate a candidate.
Rabbis clients have physiological and behavioural conditions.

Many believe there is something wrong with their speech, from mumbling to stuttering. Some have asked her to address their accent. But she said attemp ...

  Story 269 -   Sunday October 18, 2020
Three, two, one liftoff: Bezos space firm tests new lunar landing Jeff Bezos?s Blue Origin space company launched a New Shepard rocket for a seventh time Tuesday, testing new lunar-landing technology for NASA that could help put astronauts back on the moon.

The entire flight ? barely skimming space with a peak altitude of 106km ? lasted just 10 minutes and was launched from a remote corner of Texas in the United States. The booster landed vertically back at the launch complex after liftoff, and the cap ...

  Story 268 -   Sunday October 18, 2020
US woman faces first federal execution since 1953 Lisa Montgomery strangled a pregnant woman in Missouri before cutting out and kidnapping the baby in 2004.

She is due to be given a lethal injection in Indiana on 8 December.

The last woman to be executed by the US government was Bonnie Heady, who died in a gas chamber in Missouri in 1953, according to the Death Penalty Information Center.

The federal execution of Brandon Bernard, who with his accomplices murdered two youth m ...

  Story 267 -   Sunday October 18, 2020
Coronavirus: Empty streets in France as curfew enforced The streets of Paris and eight other French cities were deserted on Saturday night as a new curfew was enforced.

The controversial overnight curfew is aimed at curbing the soaring Covid infection rate in France, which is one of Europe's coronavirus hotspots.

There have been complaints from restaurant owners, whose businesses are already suffering after the two-month lockdown in the spring.

New measures are also to be an ...

  Story 266 -   Saturday October 17, 2020
France begins Covid-19 curfews as Parisians create new restrictions PARIS ? The French government's decision to impose a curfew on almost a third of the population has prompted cries of alarm and anger in the country's capital.

"For us it's catastrophic," Alain Fontaine owner of "Le Mesturet" bistro said of the Covid-fighting measures announced Wednesday night. "It's hard financially and it's hard psychologically...We cannot survive this."

Georges de la Rocherochard, who runs the "Vieux Paris d' ...

  Story 265 -   Saturday October 17, 2020
In Photos: Autumn colors splash across central Japan's scenic alpine route

Autumn reds and yellows blanket the northern alps and Tateyama mountain range, as the trees along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route begin to change color in the town of Tateyama, Toyama Prefecture, on Oct. 16, 2020, in this image taken from a Mainichi helicopter. (Mainichi)
  Story 264 -   Saturday October 17, 2020
Japanese gov't seeks to make NHK fee legal responsibility for everyone with TV OKYO -- Every household and business with a television would be explicitly legally required to pay reception fees to public broadcaster NHK under an Oct. 16 recommendation from Japan's communications ministry to a ministry expert committee considering NHK's future.

The ministry's request is bound to stir opposition as it would fundamentally alter the current fee system, based on the contractual consent of viewers.

Also at the Oc ...

  Story 263 -   Saturday October 17, 2020
France teacher had received 'days of threats' before his brutal killing The teacher who was beheaded in a street in France had received threats after showing controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils, French media report.

He has been named as 47-year-old Samuel Paty, a history and geography teacher.

Nine people have been arrested, including the parents of a child at Mr Paty's school, judicial sources are quoted as saying.

Police say the attacker was an 18-year-old man of ...

  Story 262 -   Saturday October 17, 2020
Salisbury novichok-poisoned officer Nick Bailey quits A police officer who was poisoned in the Salisbury novichok attack has quit because he "can no longer do the job".

Det Sgt Nick Bailey was contaminated with the nerve agent at the home of Sergei Skripal - the main target of the poisoning operation - where it had been sprayed on a door handle.

But, after returning to duty in 2019 following the attack in 2018, he tweeted he "had to admit defeat".

He had worked for Wiltshi ...

  Story 261 -   Friday October 16, 2020
How President Trump can still win the US election Recent polls suggest Joe Biden has a significant and steady lead over Republican Donald Trump in this year's presidential race in both national preference and key swing-state surveys.

Due to record-shattering fundraising, the Democrat also has a sizeable financial advantage, which means he'll be able to blanket the airwaves with his campaign message in the final weeks.

Electoral analysts have been increasing their odds that Trump wi ...

  Story 260 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
Nursing Home Residents With Dementia Enjoy Very Special Guest When Visits Are Restricted - a Miniature Horse Residents at Rosevale Care Home in York, England, always benefit greatly from pet therapy, which allows them to interact with animals.

Sarah Fearn, lifestyle and activities co-ordinator at the home, said many residents who normally spend most of the day in their rooms were eagerly interacting with others when they got the chance to stroke a pony.

'Different pets come every month into the care home',said Sarah. It brings back ...

  Story 259 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
First Lady Melania Trump: 'My personal experience with COVID-19.' It was two weeks ago when I received the diagnosis that so many Americans across our country and the world had already received?I tested positive for COVID-19. To make matters worse, my husband, and our nation?s Commander-in-Chief, received the same news.

Naturally my mind went immediately to our son. To our great relief he tested negative, but again, as so many parents have thought over the past several months, I couldn?t help but think ...

  Story 258 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
New virtual reality software allows scientists to 'walk' inside cells Virtual reality software which allows researchers to 'walk' inside and analyse individual cells could be used to understand fundamental problems in biology and develop new treatments for disease.

The software, called vLUME, was created by scientists at the University of Cambridge and 3D image analysis software company Lume VR Ltd. It allows super-resolution microscopy data to be visualised and analysed in virtual reality, and can be us ...

  Story 256 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
Thai protests: Tens of thousands gather again in mass defiance of government Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered again in the Thai capital Bangkok on Thursday in mass defiance of the government which had issued a decree banning demonstrations.

The protesters cheered and chanted peacefully, eventually dispersing several hours after a new 6pm curfew.

They called for the release of at least 20 activists arrested on Thursday in a sweeping crackdown by police.

Many made a three-fin ...

  Story 255 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
What does it mean to 'pack' the Supreme Court? Has it been done before? Democratic nominee Joe Biden and running mate Sen. Kamala Harris have faced growing pressure from Republicans to say whether they'd try to 'pack' the Supreme Court if Democrats were to win the White House and control of Congress in November, after both candidates have repeatedly dodged questions on the issue.

"You will know my opinion on court-packing when the election is over," Biden has said. "The moment I answer that question, the hea ...

  Story 254 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire hopes sink as warring sides bicker and fight AKU/YEREVAN (Reuters) - Hopes of a humanitarian ceasefire ending fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh sank on Thursday as the death toll mounted and Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of launching new attacks.

Azerbaijan?s president said his country?s armed forces would take control of all regions surrounding the breakaway mountain territory if Armenia continued to ?act negatively?.

Armenia accused Azerbaijan?s ally, Turkey, of ...

  Story 253 -   Thursday October 15, 2020
Postal Service agrees to reverse service changes HELENA, Mont. ? The U.S. Postal Service agreed Wednesday to reverse changes that slowed mail service nationwide, settling a lawsuit filed by Montana Gov. Steve Bullock during a pandemic that is expected to force many more people to vote by mail.

The lawsuit filed against Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and the U.S. Postal Service on Sept. 9 argued changes implemented in June harmed access to mail services in Montana, resulting in delayed ...

  Story 252 -   Wednesday October 14, 2020
Meanwhile, the Current Supreme Court Justices Have Been Busy Little Beavers While we all were watching the slow construction of a relatively permanent 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court, the members of the current 5-3 conservative majority have been busy little beavers. From NPR:

Last-minute changes by the Census Bureau and its skirting of an earlier court order for the count have left local communities and the bureau's workers across the country unsure of how much longer they can take part in a nati ...

  Story 251 -   Wednesday October 14, 2020
Determined voters endure long lines to cast early ballots in historic election (CNN)Thousands of people, some braving hours-long waits, glitches and politically motivated obstruction, are flocking to cast early ballots and writing the story of a pandemic-era election that may change how America votes.

Heavy turnout at early voting centers in Georgia and Texas comes as many voters elsewhere take advantage of mail-in ballots, defying President Donald Trump's misleading attempts to cast the election as the most corrup ...

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