02-10 21:04 RT Want to ‘destroy’ your ex? Sanctuary will name fish after former lover & feed it to a bear

An Oregon bear sanctuary has come up with the perfect anti-Valentine’s Day ‘celebration’. It will name a salmon after your former partner and let one of its 1,000-pound bears “tear into your ex.”
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02-10 21:02 LENTA.RU В Белом доме задумались о новом шатдауне

Американское правительство может вновь прекратить работу если Конгресс не выделит средства на возведение стены на границе с Мексикой. По прогнозу исполняющего обязанности руководителя аппарата сотрудников Белого дома Мика Малвэни, это может произойти в конце наступающей недели.


02-10 21:02 RT RUS Женская сборная России завоевала бронзу в эстафете на этапе КМ по шорт-треку в Италии

Preview Женская Сборная России заняла третье место в эстафете на этапе Кубка мира по шорт-треку в итальянском Турине.
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02-10 21:02 THE GUARDIAN Truth-telling: 80% say past injustices against Indigenous people should be recognised

A biennial report shows attitudes shifting in support of key aims of the reconciliation movement

An overwhelming majority of Australians support a formal “truth telling” process to acknowledge past injustices against Indigenous people, the latest survey on community attitudes towards reconciliation shows.

The reconciliation barometer survey, conducted by Reconciliation Australia every two years, shows attitudes shifting in support of some of the key aims of the reconciliation movement.


02-10 21:02 RT RUS Женская сборная России завоевала бронзу в эстафете на этапе КМ по шорт-треку в Италии

Preview Женская сборная России заняла третье место в эстафете на этапе Кубка мира по шорт-треку в итальянском Турине.
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02-10 21:02 LENTA.RU В Белом доме задумались о новом шатдауне

Американское правительство может вновь прекратить работу если Конгресс не выделит средства на возведение стены на границе с Мексикой. По прогнозу исполняющего обязанности руководителя аппарата сотрудников Белого дома Мика Малвэни, это может произойти в конце наступающей недели.


02-10 21:01 THE GUARDIAN Have MPs, finally, come up with a decent Brexit proposal? | Matthew d’Ancona

With Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson’s scheme for a public vote on May’s deal, there may be a way out of the dreary drama of Brexit

It all has the feel of the world’s most boring thriller. Though there are only just under seven weeks left until Britain’s official date of departure from the European Union, public life seems drowsy with a lethal brew of fatalism, insouciance and burrowing cowardice.

On the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show this morning,James Brokenshire, the communities secretary, looked less like the minister charged with preparing local government for the social chaos of a no-deal outcome than a beaming salesman politely urging a client to renew his contents insurance policy.


02-10 21:01 THE GUARDIAN England v France: Six Nations – live!

A concession from Andy Byrnewho *might* be Australian: “Ok, I should’ve checked up on the time allowed for penalties/conversions before calling out Farrell. He’s still a no-arm tackle thug though.”

It petered out in the final 20 minutes as the raft of replacements led to a loss of rhythm in the game but that was comprehensive by England and impressive for reasons different from Dublin. They may have been the team in form, against a French side struggling for identity, but they were methodical in picking the opponents off and stuck to a coherent gameplan of kicking into space and using the pace of May. Yes, they were effective again at the breakdown, Mark Wilson emerging as a real force on the international stage, but tactically Jones got it bang on and his players delivered.

Some semblance of coherence is what France desperately need. Penaud, Dupont and Ramos gave them life but the game was long gone as they paid the price for inconsistent defence and a lack of ideas when in the red zone. The question for Jacques Brunel is, does he make wide-sweeping changes again for Scotland or stick with what he’s got. Unfortunately, there are arguments for both.


02-10 21:00 THE GUARDIAN Revealed: 17 Australian residents believed detained in China's Uighur crackdown

Exclusive:Activists urge embassy to ‘tell us if they’re alive or dead’ amid claims of inaction by Canberra

Seventeen Australian residents are believed to be under house arrest, in prison or detained in China’s secretive “re-education” centres in Xinjiang, the Guardian can reveal.

The 17 cases – 15 Australian permanent residents and two on spouse visas – have been collected by Nurgul Sawut, an advocate for Uighurs in Australia, through interviews with their family members.


02-10 21:00 THE GUARDIAN Coalition abandons plan for register to help beat tax avoidance

Despite explicit promises, Treasury says there was never any commitment to establish register beneficial ownership register

The government has backed away from two explicit commitments to establish a register to help stamp out multi-national tax avoidance – by claiming there was never a commitment in the first place.

Announced by Kelly O’Dwyer in the lead-up to the 2016 federal election, the register was to bring Australia in line with G20 commitments on transparency, by publicly listing the identities of who ultimately owned shell companies and benefitted from them, including for tax purposes.