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Italian officials have cut short the Venice Carnival as they try to control what is now the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in Europe
Authorities in the Veneto region สมัครw88 said the event would end later on Sunday, two days earlier than scheduled Italy has by far the highest
number of coronavirus cases in Europe, with 152. Three people have died Italy has imposed strict quarantine restrictions in two northern
"hotspot" regions close to Milan and Venice About 50,000 people cannot enter or leave several towns in Veneto and Lombardy for the next

two weeks without special permission. ทางเข้าหลักw88 Even outside the zone, many businesses and schools have suspended activities, and sporting events have
been cancelled including several top-flight football matches The BBC's Mark Lowen described the situation just outside the zone.Universities
in Milan have been closed and the city's mayor, Giuseppe Sala, said schools would also close their doors while the outbreak continued
As a precaution I think that the schools have to be closed in Milan. I will propose to the president of the region to enlarge the precaution

to the entire metropolitan city area. It is just a precaution, we don't want to create panic," he said Colette Walsh, an English teacher
living in the town of Lissone, told the BBC that supermarket shelves were empty as people were panic-buying
It's surreal, I have never seen anything like it," she said Meanwhile Giorgio Armani's fashion show, scheduled to be held in Milan on
Sunday, went ahead but without any media or buyers present. The show was livestreamed on its website, Instagram and Facebook pages

Dolce & Gabbana's fashion week show went ahead as normal, though, with some guests wearing surgical masks What is happening in South Korea?
On Sunday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the country faced "a grave turning point", and the next few days would be crucial in the
battle to contain the outbreak South Korea has reported six deaths and more than 600 confirmed infections - the highest number outside China,
although an outbreak of coronavirus on the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Yokohama, Japan, has also seen more than 600 cases.


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The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern at the number of coronavirus cases with no clear link to
China or other confirmed casesDr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the window of opportunity to contain the virus was "narrowing
Chinese health authorities reported a decrease in deaths and new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday
But cases are on the rise in South Korea, Italy, Iran and other countries
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Outside China, more than 1,200 cases of the virus have been confirmed in 26 countries and there have been eight deaths, the WHO says
They include two deaths in South Korea, which has the biggest cluster of confirmed cases apart from China and a cruise ship quarantined in Japan
On Saturday, South Korea reported 142 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, bringing the national tally to 346An evacuation flight
carrying 32 British and other European passengers has taken off from Japan and is due to land in England later on Saturday
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On Friday, doctors in Italy said a 78-year-old man became the first person in the country to die from the new coronavirus, Ansa news agency reported
Earlier Italy had announced 16 more cases and its health minister said schools and offices would be closed and sports events cancelled in the affected region
China has reported 76,288 cases including 2,345 deaths. The new virus, which originated last year in Hubei province in China, causes a respiratory disease called Covid-19
Dr Tedros said the number of coronavirus cases outside China was "relatively small" but the pattern of infection was worrying

We are concerned about the number of cases with no clear epidemiological link, such as travel history to or contact with a confirmed case," he said
The new deaths and infections in Iran were "very concerning", he saidBut he insisted that the measures China and other countries had put in place
meant there was still a "fighting chance" of stopping further spread and called on countries to put more resources into preparing for possible outbreaks.
Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun declared a public health emergency as the total number of cases surpassed 300 on Saturday


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Eight people are dead following two shootings at shisha bars in the western German city of Hanau
At least five people were also injured after a gunman opened fire at 22:00 local time (21:00 GMT) on Wednesday, police said.
The suspect was found dead at his home, along with the body of a second person, according to police.There appeared to be no other perpetrators, they added, and said the investigation was ongoing.
The motive for the attack is unclear.The first shooting was at a bar in the city centre, while the second was in Hanau's Kesselstadt
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neighbourhood They sparked a seven-hour manhunt, while officers searched for what they thought could have been multiple gunmen
The suspect killed three people at the first shisha bar, Midnight, before driving to the Arena Bar & Cafe and shooting dead another f
ive victims, regional broadcaster Hessenschau reportedCan-Luca Frisenna, who works at a kiosk at the scene of one of the shootings
said his father and brother were in the area when the
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attack took placeIt's like being in a film, it's like a bad joke, that someone is playing a joke on us," he told Reuters. "I can't
grasp yet everything that has happened. My colleagues, all my colleagues, they are like my family - they can't understand it either
Hanau, in the state of Hessen, is about 25km (15 miles) east of FrankfurtThis attack comes four days after another shooting in Berlin,
near a Turkish comedy show at the Tempodrom concert venue, which killed one person

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A document that appears to give the most powerful insight yet into how China determined the fate of hundreds of thousands of Muslims held
in a network of internment camps has been seen by the BBC Listing the personal details of more than 3,000 individuals from the far western
region of Xinjiang, it sets out in intricate detail the most intimate aspects of their daily lives The painstaking records - made up of 137
pages of columns and rows - include how often people pray, how they dress, whom they contact and how their family members behave
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China denies any wrongdoing, saying it is combating terrorism and religious extremism The document is said to have come, at considerable
personal risk, from the same source inside Xinjiang that leaked a batch of highly sensitive material published last year
One of the world's leading experts on China's policies in Xinjiang, Dr Adrian Zenz, a senior fellow at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation in Washington, believes the latest leak is genuine.
This remarkable document presents the strongest evidence I've seen to date that Beijing is actively persecuting and punishing normal practices of traditional religious beliefs," he says.
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One of the camps mentioned in it, the "Number Four Training Centre" has been identified by Dr Zenz as among those visited by the BBC as part of a tour organised by the Chinese authorities in May last year.
Much of the evidence uncovered by the BBC team appears to be corroborated by the new document, redacted for publication to protect the privacy of those included in it.
It contains details of the investigations into 311 main individuals, listing their backgrounds, religious habits, and relationships with many
hundreds of relatives, neighbours and friendsVerdicts written in a final column decide whether those already in internment should remain or be released, and whether some of those previously released need to return.
Row 598 contains the case of a 38-year-old woman with the first name Helchem, sent to a re-education camp for one main reason: she was known to have worn a veil some years ago.

It is just one of a number of cases of arbitrary, retrospective punishment.Others were interned simply for applying for a passport -
proof that even the intention to travel abroad is now seen as a sign of radicalisation in Xinjiang
In row 66, a 34-year-old man with the first name Memettohti was interned for precisely this reason, despite being described as posing "no practical risk".
And then there's the 28-year-old man Nurmemet in row 239, put into re-education for "clicking on a web-link and unintentionally landing on a foreign website

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Beijing has ordered everyone returning to the dewabetแทงบอลออนไลน์ city to go into quarantine for 14 days or risk punishment in the latest attempt to
contain the deadly new coronavirus, state media reportResidents were told to "self-quarantine or go to designated venues to quarantine
after returning to the Chinese capital from holidaysThe measure came as Egypt confirmed the first coronavirus case in Africa
Over 1,500 people have died from the virus, which originated in Wuhan city

The notice on Friday from Beijing's virus prevention working group was issued as residents returned from spending the Lunar New Year in other parts of China.
The holiday was extended this year to help contain the dewabetไทย outbreakMore than 20 million people live in Beijing
China's national health commission on Saturday reported 143 new deaths, bringing the toll to 1,523. All but four of the latest victims were in hard-hit Hubei province.
A further 2,641 people have been newly confirmed as infected, bringing the national total to 66,492

Outside mainland China, there have been more than 500 cases in 24 countries, and three deaths: one each in Hong Kong, the Philippinesand Japan
A World Health Organization (WHO)-led mission to China will start its outbreak investigation work this weekend, focusing on how the
virus - officially named Covid-19 - is spreading and its severity, director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus saidThe mission including international
experts, will also look at how and when more ทางเข้าDEWABET than 1,700 health workers contracted the virus

The team consists of 12 international members and their 12 Chinese counterpartsParticular attention will be paid to understanding
transmission of the virus, the severity of disease and the impact of ongoing response measures," said Dr Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO health emergencies programme
Egypt's health ministry on Friday confirmed the first case of the coronavirus in AfricaThe ministry described the person as a foreigner, but did not disclose the nationality
It said it had notified the WHO, and the patient had been placed in isolation in a hospital


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Coronavirus cases are not rising dramatically outside China despite a spike in Hubei province, the World Health Organization (WHO) says
The only exception was on a cruise liner docked in Japan, where 44 new cases were reported, bringing the total there to 218
There was also no major shift in the coronavirus's pattern of mortality or severity, according to the WHO
The latest figures show 121 new deaths in China, bringing the total to 1,380
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The total infections jumped by 5,090 to 55,748 cases on 13 February, the National Health Commission said on FridayThe latest figures from
Hubei recorded 116 deaths and 4,823 new cases. That is a smaller increase than the previous day when there was a spike with 240 new deaths and nearly 15,000 new cases.
However most of this was down to Hubei using a broader definition to diagnose people, said Mike Ryan, head of WHO's health emergencies programme.
This does not represent a significant change in the trajectory of the outbreak he said
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Outside China there had been two deaths and 447 cases in 24 countries, he saidOn Thursday Japan announced its first coronavirus death
a woman in her 80s who lived in Kanagawa, south-west of TokyoThe woman's diagnosis was confirmed after her death and she had no obvious link to China's Hubei province, the epicentre of the outbreak, Japanese media reported.
On Thursday, the US state department said it was "deeply concerned" about the possible effect of an outbreak in North Korea, which has so far not reported any cases.
The US would facilitate assistance from US and international aid organisations to the country, the department said.
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The vessel is in quarantine in Yokohama. Not all the 3,700 people on board have been tested yet.People with the virus are taken to hospitals on
land to be treated, while those on board are largely confined to their cabinsHowever on Thursday Japan said it would allow those aged 80 or over who have tested negative for the coronavirus to disembark.
Health Minister Katsunobu Kato said they could be allowed off the ship as early as Friday but would have to stay in accommodation provided by the government, the Japan Times reported.
Meanwhile another cruise ship - the MS Westerdam - carrying more than 2,000 people docked in Cambodia after being turned away by ports in Japan, Taiwan, Guam, the Philippines and Thailand despite having no sick patients on board.


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Some 242 deaths from the new coronavirus were recorded in the Chinese province of Hubei on Wednesday the deadliest day of the outbreak.
There was also a huge increase in สมัครสมาชิกfun88 the number of cases, with 14,840 people diagnosed with the virus Hubei has started using a broader definition to diagnose
people - which accounts for most of the rise in casesUntil Wednesday's increases, the number of people diagnosed in Hubei-where the outbreak emerged-was
stabilising But the new cases and deaths in the province have สล็อตfun88
 pushed the national death toll above 1,350 with almost 60,000 infections in total

Meanwhile, the Communist Party secretary in Hubei, Jiang เว็บบอลFUN88 Chaoliang, has been replaced by the Shanghai party chief, Ying Yong, according to state media
The party chief of the capital city Wuhan has also been relieved of his dutiesIt is the first major change of Hubei party officials since the outbreak began
Earlier this week, a number of health officials were "removed" from their jobsThe province-which accounts for more than 80% of overall Chinese
infections-now includes "clinically diagnosed cases" in the number of confirmed cases

This means it includes those showing symptoms and having a CT scan showing an infected lung, rather than relying only on the standard nucleic acid tests
Of the 242 new deaths in Wuhan, 135 are such "clinically diagnosed" casesThat means even without the new definition, the number of deaths in Hubei on Wednesday was 107 - a new high for the province.
The province's 14,840 new infections include 13,332 clinically diagnosed casesOverall the province now has 48,206 confirmed infections
A cruise ship carrying more than 2,000 people has docked in Cambodia - after it was turned away by five ports over fears that some passengers might be infected with the virus.

The MS Westerdam arrived on Thursday morning after Japan, Taiwan Guam the Philippines and Thailand had all refused to accept the ship - despite having no sick patients on board.
Meanwhile another 44 cases have been confirmed on the Diamond Princess which is in quarantine in Yokohama Japan
The increase means 218 people of the 3,700 people on board the ship have caught the virus. Not everyone has been tested yet
People with the virus are taken to hospitals on land to be treated, while those on board are largely confined to their cabins

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Bernie Sanders is projected to narrowly win the New Hampshire Democratic primary contest, a race that also culled the
crowded field by two.The left-wing firebrand won a tight victory over centrist former mayor Pete Buttigieg, who offered a different Democratic vision in the race to take on President Trump in November.
Mr Sanders declared the night "the beginning of the end" of Mr Trump.The race moves next to the Nevada caucuses on 22 February.
Finishing behind the Vermont senator were two moderates - Mr Buttigieg and Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar, who emerged as a surprise contender by taking third place.
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Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice-president Joe Biden - two erstwhile frontrunners - finished in fourth and fifth places.Technology entrepreneur Andrew Yang and Colorado senator Michael Bennet both dropped out of the race.
Some 280,000 Democratic voters cast ballots in the Granite State on Tuesday night, delivering 26% to Mr Sanders
Polls ahead of the vote predicted that the senator would again do well in New Hampshire - as the long-time representative of a neighbouring state, he is well-known.
A RealClearPolitics average of polls in New Hampshire put support for Mr Sanders on 29%, seven points ahead of Mr Buttigieg, who won the previous contest, the Iowa caucuses.
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The actual result will be much closer. With 88% of the vote counted, Mr Sanders, 78, leads Mr Buttigieg, 38-year-old the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, by only 1.6%, or about 4,300 votes.
Mr Sanders hailed a "great victory" as he thanked supporters from a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire.
This victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump," he said, and promised to build an "unprecedented multi-generational, multi-racial political movement" to defeat the Republican.
The result will give Mr Sanders at 12BETทางเข้าw88 least eight of the 24 delegates who will represent New Hampshire at the July Democratic national convention, where the party crowns a nominee based on the delegates won.
Mr Buttigieg will get at least seven delegates. Thanking supporters, he warned against succumbing to "a polarised vision" of politics and pitched himself as the centrist to bring new voters into the party

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China has "removed" several senior officials over their handling of the coronavirus outbreak - as the death toll passed 1,000.
The party secretary for the Hubei Health Commission, and the head of the commission, were among those who lost their jobs.
They are the most senior officials to be demoted so farThe deputy director of the local Red Cross was also removed for
dereliction of duty" over "handling of donationsThe two Hubei party officials will be replaced by a national figure - the deputy director of China's National Health Commission, Wang Hesheng
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On Monday, some 103 died in Hubei province alone, a daily record, and the national death toll is now 1,016.But the number of
new infections nationally was down almost 20% from the day before, from 3,062 to 2,478.Hubei's health commission confirmed 2,097 new cases in the province on Monday, down from 2,618 the previous day.
According to state media, there have been hundreds of sackings, investigations and warnings across Hubei and other provinces during the outbreak.
But removal from a certain role - while regarded as a censure - does not always mean the person will be sacked entirely, as it can also mean demotion.
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As well as being removed from their posts, officials can also be punished by the ruling Communist Party For example
the deputy head of the Red Cross, Zhang Qin, was given "a serious intra-Party warning as well as a serious administrative demerit", state media said.
Earlier this month, the deputy head of the Wuhan bureau of statistics was removed, also with a "serious intra-party warning as well as a serious administrative demerit for violating relevant regulations to distribute face masks".
The head of the health commission of Huanggang, the second-worst hit city in Hubei after Wuhan, has also been removed
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n recent days, Chinese authorities have increasingly been criticised for their handling of the crisis The death of a doctor whose
early warnings were suppressed by authoritieseijing has sent a team from its highest anti-corruption agency to Hubei to investigate
the treatment of Dr Li by police.Somebody was always going to be for the chop following the shambolic early handling of the coronavirus emergency.
That early response cost precious weeks, slowing the response while millions of people left Wuhan before the transport blockade
was in place.It was only a question of who would go - and when

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South Korean film Parasite has been named best picture at this year's Oscars, becoming the first non-English language film to take
the top prize.Renee Zellweger won best actress for playing Judy Garland in Judy. Joaquin Phoenix was named best actor for Joker.
Brad Pitt and Laura เว็บแทงบอล188bet Dern scooped the supporting acting awards for their roles in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and Marriage Story respectively.
Parasite won four awards in total, while Sir Sam Mendes's 1917 took threeThe World War One epic had been the favourite to win best picture, but its awards all came in the technical categories

arasite's Bong Joon-ho beat Sir Sam to Webetเว็บพนันออนไลน์ the prize for best director, and also took the best original screenplay award.The film
is a vicious social satire about two families from different classes in Seoul - one who live in poverty in a semi-basement, and another rich family residing in a large home.
It has now managed what no other subtitled film has done in the 92-year history of the Academy Awards and won best picture.
I feel like I'll wake up to find it's all a dream. It all feels very surreal," Bong said.

Producer Kwak Sin-ae, who collected the 12BETเว็บพนันออนไลน์[/url trophy, said: "I'm speechless. We never imagined this to happen. I feel like a very opportune moment in history is happening right now."
There were boos when organisers tried to cut short the best picture acceptance speech by turning the stage lights off - leading the lights to be turned back on, allowing the celebrations to continue
Pitt won the first acting Oscar of his career - picking up the best supporting actor trophy for his role in Quentin Tarantino's film.
He was the first winner of the night, and immediately used his speech to attack the way the impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump were handled.

He referred to the fact that Republican senators voted against allowing witnesses including former National Security Adviser John Bolton to give evidence.
They told me I only have 45 seconds up here, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week," he said. "I'm thinking maybe Quentin does a movie about it and in the end the adults do the right thing."
The 56-year-old moved from the political to the personal, paying tribute to co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and reflecting on his journey to Hollywood superstardom.
I'm a bit gobsmacked," he said, getting emotional. "I'm not one to look back, but this has made me do so."Phoenix, who won best actor for his remarkable performance in the origin story about Batman's nemesis, also used the podium to send a heartfelt message about the state of the world, saying actors have the power to give a "voice for the voiceless".
After telling the audience to stop clapping him as he took to the stage - "Don't do that" - he managed to cover topics from animal rights and the environment to racism and sexism.

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South Korean film Parasite has been named best picture at this year's Oscars, becoming the first non-English language film to take
the top prize.Renee Zellweger won best actress for playing Judy Garland in Judy. Joaquin Phoenix was named best actor for Joker.
Brad Pitt and Laura Dern scooped the supporting acting awards for their roles in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and Marriage Story respectively.
Parasite won four awards in total, while Sir Sam Mendes's 1917 took threeThe World War One epic had been the favourite to win best picture, but its awards all came in the technical categories
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arasite's Bong Joon-ho beat Sir Sam to the prize for best director, and also took the best original screenplay award.The film
is a vicious social satire about two families from different classes in Seoul - one who live in poverty in a semi-basement, and another rich family residing in a large home.
It has now managed what no other subtitled film has done in the 92-year history of the Academy Awards and won best picture.
I feel like I'll wake up to find it's all a dream. It all feels very surreal," Bong said.
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Producer Kwak Sin-ae, who collected the trophy, said: "I'm speechless. We never imagined this to happen. I feel like a very opportune moment in history is happening right now."
There were boos when organisers tried to cut short the best picture acceptance speech by turning the stage lights off - leading the lights to be turned back on, allowing the celebrations to continue
Pitt won the first acting Oscar of his career - picking up the best supporting actor trophy for his role in Quentin Tarantino's film.
He was the first winner of the night, and immediately used his speech to attack the way the impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump were handled.
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He referred to the fact that Republican senators voted against allowing witnesses including former National Security Adviser John Bolton to give evidence.
They told me I only have 45 seconds up here, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week," he said. "I'm thinking maybe Quentin does a movie about it and in the end the adults do the right thing."
The 56-year-old moved from the political to the personal, paying tribute to co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and reflecting on his journey to Hollywood superstardom.
I'm a bit gobsmacked," he said, getting emotional. "I'm not one to look back, but this has made me do so."Phoenix, who won best actor for his remarkable performance in the origin story about Batman's nemesis, also used the podium to send a heartfelt message about the state of the world, saying actors have the power to give a "voice for the voiceless".
After telling the audience to stop clapping him as he took to the stage - "Don't do that" - he managed to cover topics from animal rights and the environment to racism and sexism.

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General Discussion / Huge rally as Iraqis demand US troops to pull off
« on: January 24, 2020, 04:43:29 am »
Many crowds took to the streets of Baghdad's capital, เว็บพนันบอล ถูกกฎหมาย Baghdad, to demand US troops to leave Iraq. Iraqi authority Shia Amok Tada Al Saad called for more than a million people to join. Friday march near the US Embassy in the capital
Iranian militia backers are one of the protesters in the city. The killing of US General Qasem Soleimani, the Iranian military commander on January 3 at Baghdad Airport, causes tension.
What is the future of the US เปิดยูส100 military in Iraq?: A firefighter monk who can calm Iraq attacks. Soleimani: What does international law say?
Assassinated in a drone attack by the United States, the Iraqi Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, commanded by the Kataib Hezbollah, backed Iran, who backed Ira Iira in response to Gen Soleimani's assassination.

By carrying a missile attack on two air bases, which are home to US forces in Iraq, the United States later said there were no US casualties in the January 8 attacks.
But a few hours after the attack, Iranian forces fired two missiles at a Ukrainian passenger plane over Iran's Tehran inadvertently killing all 176 people on the plane.
What is the latest from Baghdad? Demonstrators began to gather in the center of Baghdad early Friday and several hours later the area was full of people.
Many also carry the national flag of Iraq.The protests threaten to cause a separate eclipse of the protest movement, which involves the majority of young people for months calling for a complete overhaul of the Iraqi government. Mr Martin Patience of the BBC in Iraq said.

At the beginning of last month, the Iraqi lawmakers passed a resolution without obligation, calling for foreign troops to leave the country. 5,000 US soldiers residing in Iraq are part of the Islamic State Front (IS).
Two air bases targeted by Iran are in the cities of Irbil and al-Asad, west of Baghdad. The assassination of Gen Soleimani - the leader of the Quds forces and the policy-makers of Iran in the region -
It is a major uplift in the intensifying relations between Iran and the United States. The generals are seen as terrorists by the US government, who say they are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American soldiers and plan the attack. come"
He was assassinated after the attack on the US Embassy in Baghdad. The protesters angered the deaths of volunteer members in the US air raid. Washington accused Iran of attacking the embassy, ​​with US President Donald Trump warning that Iran will "Pay a very large price" for damage or loss of life

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US Democrats have ruled out a "witness swap" with Republicans in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.Lawmakers who are seeking to remove
the president from office hope to hear testimony from his former National Security Adviser John Bolton.
But Democrats refused any deal to allow the son of former US Vice-President Joe Biden to be called as a witness.
Mr Trump is accused of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He strongly denies any wrongdoing.
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House Democrats have up to three days to make their case as they present their arguments in the impeachment trial in the Senate.
Mr Trump's defence team will have three days after that for a rebuttal.Democrats accuse the president of using US military aid as a
bargaining chip in an attempt to prod Ukraine into announcing an investigation to discredit his would-be Democratic White House challenger, Mr Biden.
No crime, no impeachment' - is that true?Trump impeachment trial: All you need to knowMr Trump has been touting corruption claims
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against Mr Biden, whose son Hunter held a lucrative board position with a Ukrainian gas firm while his father was US vice-president and
in charge of American-Ukrainian relations.Attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday, Mr Trump jokingly
warned he might confront Democrats by coming to "sit right in the front row and stare at their corrupt faces".
The impeachment trial could end next week, but Mr Trump's fellow Republicans control the chamber and are unlikely to oust him.Democrats
want to call Mr Bolton, who referred to the White House's alleged political pressure on Ukraine as a "drug deal", according to previous
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 witness testimony in the House of Representatives.But the former national security adviser has said he will not consider testifying
unless served with a legal summons known as a subpoena.Mr Trump's Republican allies have argued Hunter Biden should also be ordered to
appear before the impeachment trial.But Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the top Democrat in the Senate, told reporters during a
break in the trial on Wednesday: "That trade is not on the table.""This isn't like some fantasy football trade," he told reporters.
Trials aren't trades for witnesses."

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General Discussion / Swiss police 'exposed Russian spies in Davos'
« on: January 21, 2020, 10:58:31 pm »
Police apprehended two suspected Russian intelligence agents in Davos last August, a Swiss newspaper reports.Tages-Anzeiger says
the men, who had diplomatic passports, may have been preparing a spying operation targeting the World Economic Forum (WEF).
It adds that the pair, one of whom was posing as a plumber, were subsequently released.Swiss police confirmed to the BBC that
two Russians were "checked" in August 2019.The Russian embassy in Bern told the BBC that the newspaper was just trying to "whip out a scandal out of nothing".
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What is Davos and is it elitist?Russian 'spies' targeted Swiss chemical weapons labPutin critic Bill Browder freed after brief arrest
in SpainThe annual WEF gathering in Davos, which brings together leading politicians and business leaders from around the world,
opened in the Swiss town earlier on Tuesday.In a separate development, US-born financier Bill Browder, who is in Davos, told Reuters
the Swiss security service had foiled a Russian operation that targeted him last year.
Mr Browder, a high-profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said he had been told about this by the security service.
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Mr Browder is widely credited with the creation of the Magnitsky Act - a 2012 range of sanctions from the United States on top Russian
officials accused of corruption.The act was named after his former lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, who uncovered an alleged tax fraud in
Moscow - and died in a Russian prison in 2009.In its report, the German-language newspaper said the two Russians were stopped
andchecked by police in August.It said they were suspected of having "carried out preparatory work" for spying on the WEF.

The police in the Graubünden canton became suspicious when they learned that the two Russians had planned to stay for three weeks
inthe expensive Alpine resort.Tages-Anzeiger did not name the two suspected agents, or specify what kind of spying operation they
had reportedly been preparing.Graubünden police spokeswoman Anita Senti confirmed to the BBC that two Russian nationals were "checked"
by police in August.Ms Senti said they both had diplomatic passports.She added that a number of people were being regularly checked

for documents in the area, without providing any further details.Stanislav Smirnov, the press attaché of the Russian embassy in Bern,
told the BBC that the diplomatic mission in the Swiss capital had only learned on Monday from the local media about the August incident.
Mr Smirnov said Tages-Anzeiger was trying "to whip out a scandal out of nothing" and wanted to catch "a popularity wave".
The diplomat added that he had no information about the two Russian nationals questioned in August.n 2018, two Russian men were arrested
on suspicion of spying on a Swiss laboratory investigating the poisoning in March earlier that year of Sergei Skripal, a newspaper investigation claimed.


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General Discussion / Swiss police 'exposed Russian spies in Davos
« on: January 21, 2020, 10:25:16 pm »
Police apprehended two suspected Russian intelligence agents in Davos last August, a Swiss newspaper reports.Tages-Anzeiger says
the men, who had diplomatic passports, may have been preparing a spying operation targeting the World Economic Forum (WEF).
It adds that the pair, one of whom was posing as a plumber, were subsequently released.Swiss police confirmed to the BBC that
two Russians were "checked" in August 2019.The Russian embassy in Bern told the BBC that the newspaper was just trying to "whip out a scandal out of nothing".
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What is Davos and is it elitist?Russian 'spies' targeted Swiss chemical weapons labPutin critic Bill Browder freed after brief arrest
in SpainThe annual WEF gathering in Davos, which brings together leading politicians and business leaders from around the world,
opened in the Swiss town earlier on Tuesday.In a separate development, US-born financier Bill Browder, who is in Davos, told Reuters
the Swiss security service had foiled a Russian operation that targeted him last year.
Mr Browder, a high-profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said he had been told about this by the security service.
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Mr Browder is widely credited with the creation of the Magnitsky Act - a 2012 range of sanctions from the United States on top Russian
officials accused of corruption.The act was named after his former lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, who uncovered an alleged tax fraud in
Moscow - and died in a Russian prison in 2009.In its report, the German-language newspaper said the two Russians were stopped
andchecked by police in August.It said they were suspected of having "carried out preparatory work" for spying on the WEF.

The police in the Graubünden canton became suspicious when they learned that the two Russians had planned to stay for three weeks
inthe expensive Alpine resort.Tages-Anzeiger did not name the two suspected agents, or specify what kind of spying operation they
had reportedly been preparing.Graubünden police spokeswoman Anita Senti confirmed to the BBC that two Russian nationals were "checked"
by police in August.Ms Senti said they both had diplomatic passports.She added that a number of people were being regularly checked

for documents in the area, without providing any further details.Stanislav Smirnov, the press attaché of the Russian embassy in Bern,
told the BBC that the diplomatic mission in the Swiss capital had only learned on Monday from the local media about the August incident.
Mr Smirnov said Tages-Anzeiger was trying "to whip out a scandal out of nothing" and wanted to catch "a popularity wave".
The diplomat added that he had no information about the two Russian nationals questioned in August.n 2018, two Russian men were arrested
on suspicion of spying on a Swiss laboratory investigating the poisoning in March earlier that year of Sergei Skripal, a newspaper investigation claimed.


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