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A gun known as the 'cop-killer' used in killing of Ohio detective during drug raid, officials said
Posted 18 minutes ago

Detective Jorge DelRio was working as part of a DEA task force when he was shot in the face after entering a home. He died days later.


Ukrainian parliament launches 'historic' land sale reform
Posted 2 hours 45 minutes ago

Ukrainian lawmakers on Wednesday backed a key bill to create a land market and open up the sale of farmland from 2020, despite a feared public backlash. "This day will go down in the history of Ukraine," Prime Minister Oleksiy Goncharuk, who was present in parliament during the vote, said on Facebook after the bill passed in the first of two readings. During a stormy session 240 lawmakers in the 450-seat chamber backed the law as farmers and nationalists protested outside the parliament building.


Key Officials Hold Meeting at Lam's Residence: Hong Kong Update
Posted 3 hours 27 minutes ago

(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong officials and Chinese state media warned of consequences if violence continued, as a third day of protests disrupted traffic across the city and the government announced for the first time that it would close public schools.The city remained confident in its ability to contain the chaos, Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung -- Hong Kong’s No. 2 official -- told reporters. Demonstrators returned to the Chinese University of Hong Kong and further rallies took place in the financial hub into the evening.The protests, which have been raging for five months in pursuit of greater democracy in the former British colony, intensified Friday after a student died of injuries sustained near a protest. Chief Executive Carrie Lam -- with a fresh nod of support from Communist Party leaders in Beijing -- has vowed not to give in to violent demonstrations.Key developments:City suspends all public school classes on Thursday.Lam reportedly meeting with senior officials Wednesday nightSecurity chief warns of “unthinkable” consequences if violence continues.Local stocks fell, with the benchmark Hang Seng index closing down 1.8%.Oxfam cancels popular Trailwalker event due to unrest.Here’s the latest (all times local):Key officials holding late night meeting (11:24 p.m.)Local broadcaster RTHK reported government officials arrived at Lam’s official residence around 10 p.m. local time. It gave no further details.RTHK separately reported that several black-clad protesters had gathered outside the People’s Liberation Army barracks in the city, where they argued with Chinese military officers who warned them to disperse. 70-year-old man in critical condition (10:08 p.m.)The Hospital Authority confirmed it’s admitted a 70-year-old man in critical condition. He was hit by a brick-shaped hard object during scuffles outside Sheung Shui station in the city’s New Territories, according to local newspaper Ming Pao.Separately, the High Court dismissed an application for an injunction to halt police from entering the campus of Chinese University, Radio Television Hong Kong reported. Counsel for the students had argued there was no rioting within the university and that it was the entry of police that sparked clashes, according to RTHK; counsel for the government said that was not true and that students and protesters were throwing petrol bombs and bricks.Riot police move into business district (8:07 p.m.)In Central, Hong Kong’s business and retail center, riot police moved in on roads to clear out protesters in the early evening. Several people were seen being subdued by the police, while others reported pepper spray being used. Officers with helmets, face masks, batons and shields were seen guarding the streets at around 8 p.m. Very few pedestrians were seen in the normally busy area.The “unpredictability of the situation in Hong Kong” also led to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. to cancel the 63rd Assembly of Presidents event scheduled to take place next week in the city, the companies said in a joint statement.HKU cancels classes for the week (5:51 p.m.)The University of Hong Kong, one of the city’s premier academic institutions, said it would suspend classes for the remainder of the school week from Nov. 14-16. It cited uncertainties with the transportation system and time needed to repair damage to facilities across its campus, and said offices would remain open.Taiwan offers to evacuate its CUHK students (5:41 p.m.)Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council has arranged buses and flights back to the democratically run island for 85 Taiwanese students who attend the Chinese University of Hong Kong, council spokesman Chiu Chui-cheng said. He said 197 students, including those who arranged their own travel, were expected to return to Taiwan from Hong Kong Wednesday and that the government would continue to monitor the situation in the city and provide necessary assistance.There are 1,021 Taiwanese students currently enrolled in universities in neighboring Hong Kong. CUHK was the site of fierce clashes between protesters and police Tuesday.Police fired 1,600 tear gas rounds Tuesday (5 p.m.)Police officials said Wednesday that 1,567 rounds of tear gas were fired and 142 people arrested Tuesday, a day marked by fierce clashes between protesters and officers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The school’s campus “is not a place out of the law,” said Chief Superintendent for Public Relations Tse Chun-chung.Police said they had no choice but to use force and set up cordon lines at a footbridge on the campus Tuesday night, and that they fired the gas when “rioters” didn’t stop throwing bricks at their cordon. The university contacted the police force several times Tuesday to ask the officers to leave, police added. They said they agreed to on condition protesters stopped throwing objects including bricks and fire bombs at them, but the demonstrators persisted.China condemns U.S. bill (3:30 p.m.)Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang condemned U.S. legislation designed to support Hong Kong protesters, urging Washington to immediately stop interfering in the country’s affairs. Geng promised resolute measures to safeguard China’s interests if the bill passes.Protest violence has pushed Hong Kong into an extremely dangerous situation situation, Geng said, reiterating Beijing’s support for the city’s police force.Classes suspended Thursday (2:24 p.m.)Hong Kong’s Education Bureau announced that all kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and special-needs schools would suspend classes on Thursday for safety reasons. Classes at some local campuses had already been canceled Wednesday, the day after violent clashes raged between police and protesters at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.Oxfam cancels race (2:08 p.m.)Oxfam Hong Kong said it was canceling its 100 kilometer (62 mile) Trailwalker race, citing unforeseeable developments in recent social events and the ongoing traffic situation. The organization said it had made the “difficult decision” after careful consideration as it prioritized the safety of participants and volunteers. It had been scheduled for Friday through Sunday. About 5,000 walkers participate in the event annually.China ratchets up rhetoric (1:31 p.m.)Chinese state media responded to the escalating street violence in Hong Kong with harshly-worded commentaries, condemning some politicians and teachers for emboldening the demonstrators as social media users called protesters “cockroaches” and “thugs.” From late Tuesday to Wednesday morning, major state-owned news outlets including the Communist Party’s Global Times, People’s Daily and Xinhua News Agency ran stories on Hong Kong highlighting destructive behavior by pro-democracy protesters. The Global Times repeated a warning that Beijing could intervene militarily.\--With assistance from Dominic Lau, Gregor Stuart Hunter, Iain Marlow, Dandan Li, Fion Li, Bei Hu, Venus Feng, Shirley Zhao and Hannah Dormido.To contact the reporters on this story: Natalie Lung in Hong Kong at [email protected];Aaron Mc Nicholas in Hong Kong at [email protected];Stephen Engle in Beijing at [email protected] contact the editors responsible for this story: Brendan Scott at [email protected], Chris Kay, Colin KeatingeFor more articles like this, please visit us at©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


Asylum-seekers in Greece, Italy face years of limbo: EU audit
Posted 3 hours 54 minutes ago

Asylum-seekers crowded into "hotspots" in Greece and Italy face limbo that can drag on for years because of legal bottlenecks and poorly performing EU schemes, a report said Wednesday. The document, by the EU's European Court of Auditors, also found that two agencies meant to assist the two countries with their overflowing camps and caseloads were failing in their missions, partly because of insufficient support from member states. The audit looked at EU projects meant to alleviate the pressure on the so-called hotspots -- camps on Greek islands and in Italy, where migrants' asylum claims were examined and designated refugees were meant to be vetted for relocation to other EU states.


Poland seizes two for plotting Breivik-style attacks on Muslims
Posted 4 hours 5 minutes ago

Polish agents arrested two people accused of planning attacks against Muslims inspired by Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik and suspected white supremacist Brenton Tarrant in New Zealand, the security service said on Wednesday. The arrests follow a spate of attacks involving white supremacists targeting ethnic and religious minorities across the globe. Far-right groups have grown in strength in Poland, the largest of the European Union's post-communist states.


Ethiopia to Charge Dozens Over Coordinated Killings of Officials
Posted 4 hours 39 minutes ago

(Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Next Africa newsletter and follow Bloomberg Africa on TwitterEthiopian authorities will charge dozens of people over the coordinated killings of state officials in June that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed labeled a coup attempt.The planned prosecutions mark the conclusion of a four-month investigation into the most serious attack on Ethiopia’s leadership since military rule ended in 1987. Many of those who face charges were members of “the government structure,“ Attorney General Berhanu Tsegaye said Wednesday on the ruling-party linked Fana Broadcasting Corp.Berhanu’s office will charge 45 people in the northern city of Bahir Dar, capital of the Amhara region, and 13 in the federal capital Addis Ababa over the June killings, he said.Assailants killed the head of the army, the president of the Amhara region and at least four other state officials in the assaults on June 22.The bodyguard of slain former army Chief of Staff Se’are Mekonnen, Colonel Tigabu Mesafint, received orders from retired Brigadier-General Aseminew Tsige to kill Se’are in Addis Ababa after killings of officials in Bahir Dar, according to Berhanu. Aseminew was killed in a firefight with government forces in Amhara in June, while Tigabu was apprehended.To contact the reporter on this story: Nizar Manek in Nairobi at [email protected] contact the editors responsible for this story: Gordon Bell at [email protected], Paul Richardson, Hilton ShoneFor more articles like this, please visit us at©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


German air force rejects delivery of two Airbus planes
Posted 4 hours 53 minutes ago

Germany's air force said Wednesday it had refused delivery of two Airbus A400M transport planes over technical faults, saying bolts holding the propellers on some already operational aircraft were loose. Repeated technical problems have dogged the A400M programme, a turboprop transport aircraft developed jointly for Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain and Turkey.


Swedes arrest Iranian suspect in ’88 crimes against humanity
Posted 5 hours 41 minutes ago

An Iranian citizen has been jailed in Sweden on suspicion of carrying out crimes against humanity and murder in the late 1980s in Iran, a Swedish prosecutor said Wednesday, the same time period of mass executions by Tehran. Prosecutor Karolina Wieslander said the unidentified man is suspected is of committing the crimes between July 28, 1988, and Aug. 31, 1988, in Tehran. The man’s alleged crimes correspond with the end of Iran’s long war with Iraq, which began when Saddam Hussein invaded Iran in 1980.


25 charged with over brutal killing of Bangladesh student
Posted 5 hours 46 minutes ago

Some 25 people, many members of Bangladesh's ruling Awami League party, were charged with murder Wednesday over the brutal killing last month of a university student who criticised the government on social media. The battered body of 21-year-old Abrar Fahad was found in his dormitory hours after he wrote a post on Facebook slamming Dhaka for signing a water-sharing deal with India. Police said he was beaten to death by fellow students -- many members of the ruling Awami League's university branch.


Japan emperor's harvest rite is his 1st communion with gods
Posted 7 hours 47 minutes ago

Japanese Emperor Naruhito will perform a secretive and controversial ritual Thursday, a once-in-a-reign event to give thanks for good harvests, pray for the peace and safety of the nation and play host to his family's ancestral gods. It has drawn criticism as a throwback to Japan's authoritarian past and as a colossal waste of money, and provoked speculation the emperor is spending the night on a bed with a goddess. Daijosai marks the emperor's first communion with the Sun Goddess Amaterasu, the monarchy's mythological ancestor, and with other gods of Shinto, the religion of the imperial family.


2020 Toyota Camry, 2021 Toyota Avalon Adding All-Wheel Drive
Posted 8 hours 2 minutes ago

Too bad Toyota isn't resurrecting the All-Trac name from the 1980s for the new AWD models.


The US is being hit by a frigid, early cold snap that has killed at least 6 people and could break 100 temperature records
Posted 8 hours 12 minutes ago

The National Weather Service said the unseasonal cold air, which spread from Kansas to Minnesota to Kentucky to New York, has brought an early winter.


Chinese, other students flee Hong Kong as violence worsens
Posted 9 hours 2 minutes ago

University students from mainland China and Taiwan are fleeing Hong Kong, while those from three Scandinavian countries have been moved or urged to leave as college campuses become the latest battleground in the city’s 5-month-long anti-government unrest. Marine police used a boat Wednesday to help a group of mainland students leave the Chinese University of Hong Kong, which remained barricaded by demonstrators after violent clashes with police on Tuesday.


Korean survivor says Japan's no-show at 'comfort women' case in Seoul lacks honor
Posted 9 hours 14 minutes ago

A South Korean woman who had been forced to work in a Japanese wartime military brothel said Japan lacked honor for failing to attend a South Korean court on Wednesday as it began hearing a civil case brought against its government by a group of victims. "I am a living proof of history," said Lee Yong-soo, the 91-year-old survivor, her voice quaking with emotion as she addressed a news conference held near the courthouse, before proceedings began. Reminders of Japan's 1910-45 colonization of the Korean peninsula are inflammatory for both sides.


Bolivian senator declares herself president in Evo Morales’ absence
Posted 9 hours 34 minutes ago

Bolivian opposition senator Jeanine Anez has declared herself interim president after Evo Morales resigned from office before fleeing to Mexico.Bolivia has been plunged into a state of crisis after Morales, who was first elected in 2006, was forced to stand down following weeks of protests and violence over a disputed presidential election result.


Frustrated Trump allies urge him to stop talking about himself
Posted 9 hours 56 minutes ago

President Donald Trump has described his infamous July call with Ukraine’s president as “perfect.” He has insisted the whistleblower is a “Never Trumper“ who opposed his presidency. Trump has tested nearly a dozen messages since the inquiry into whether he pressured Ukraine to investigate the Bidens began in September with mixed results. Now, as the investigation moves into a critical new phase with public hearings beginning Wednesday, frustrated allies are urging Trump to stop talking about himself and focus on his army of supporters.


Venezuela ex-intel chief missing in Spain ahead of US extradition: police
Posted 10 hours 15 minutes ago

Venezuela's former military intelligence chief has gone missing in Spain just days after a court approved a request for his extradition to the United States on drug trafficking charges, police said Wednesday. "They are currently looking for him," said a spokeswoman for Spain's national police, referring to General Hugo Armando Carvajal. Judicial sources said police had gone to his house in Madrid after Friday's court decision but could not find him.


Israel targets Islamic Jihad leadership, sending message to Iran
Posted 15 hours 4 minutes ago

Israel on Tuesday targeted two senior commanders from the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad, killing one in the Gaza Strip and missing the second in Syria as it stepped up its battle against Iran and its proxies across the region. The death of Bahaa Abu el-Atta and his wife as they slept in their home in eastern Gaza set off the heaviest fighting in months between Israel and Islamic Jihad, an Iranian-backed militant group that is even more hard-line than Gaza’s Hamas rulers.


Court rules against warrantless searches of phones, laptops
Posted 15 hours 51 minutes ago

A federal court in Boston has ruled that warrantless U.S. government searches of the phones and laptops of international travelers at airports and other U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment. Tuesday's ruling in U.S. District Court came in a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation on behalf of 11 travelers whose smartphones and laptops were searched without individualized suspicion at U.S. ports of entry. ACLU attorney Esha Bhandari said the ruling strengthens the Fourth Amendment protections of international travelers who enter the United States every year.


Pete Buttigieg shoots to the top of the 2020 field in Iowa poll
Posted 16 hours 59 minutes ago

South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg shot to 22% support in a new Monmouth poll in Iowa, up from 8% in August.


'Words matter': Trump accused of fuelling attacks on Hispanics as violent hate crimes hit 16-year high
Posted 18 hours 17 minutes ago

Violent hate crimes have climbed to a 16-year year high in the US, with a surge in attacks on Hispanics, according to FBI data.Reports of hate crimes dipped slightly in 2018 from an alarming increase the previous year, but violence rose as attacks increasingly targeting people instead of property.


Tulsi Gabbard's lawyers sent a letter to Hillary Clinton demanding she retract Russia comments
Posted 19 hours 43 minutes ago

Tulsi Gabbard's lawyers want Hillary Clinton to make her retraction at a press conference and on social media.


Italian ship attacked by pirates in Mexico, two crew hurt
Posted 20 hours 16 minutes ago

Pirates attacked an Italy-flagged offshore supply vessel in the southern Gulf of Mexico, injuring two crew members, the Mexican Navy said on Tuesday, in the latest outbreak of robbery and piracy to hit oil platforms and infrastructure in the area. Owned by Italian offshore contractor Micoperi, the boat is a supply vessel for Mexico's oil industry. Micoperi and the Italian embassy in Mexico did not immediately respond to requests for comment.


Trump was told about WikiLeaks' attempts to sabotage Clinton, Gates testifies
Posted 22 hours 20 minutes ago

Donald Trump's former deputy campaign manager Rick Gates testified that he overheard a phone conversation between the president and Roger Stone in which Stone told him of WikiLeaks' plan to release emails damaging to Hillary Clinton.


Trump wants to fire the intelligence watchdog who told Congress about the whistleblower's complaint
Posted 22 hours 25 minutes ago

Trump is reportedly furious with Michael Atkinson, the inspector general of the intelligence community, and believes he's disloyal to the president.


Pilot receives $300K in wrongful arrest
Posted 1 day 41 minutes ago

An airline pilot who was arrested after being seen naked in his hotel room overlooking Denver International Airport has been awarded a $300,000 wrongful arrest settlement from the city.


Submarines: These Five Are the Best to Ever Join the 'Silent Service'
Posted 1 day 1 hour 2 minutes ago

What would you choose?


Could President Trump be impeached and removed from office — but still reelected?
Posted 1 day 1 hour 15 minutes ago

What happens when a presidential impeachment inquiry runs into a presidential election year? The United States in uncharted territory.


China's Submarines Can Now Launch a Nuclear War Against America
Posted 1 day 2 hours 2 minutes ago

A missile test last November made the point quite clear.


Inside Hezbollah: How Lebanon protests are breaking ‘fear barrier’
Posted 1 day 3 hours 6 minutes ago

Hezbollah amassed great power even as its fighters died in Syria. But the bold uprising in Lebanon has brought quiet Shiite grumblings into the open.


Is Nikki Haley auditioning to replace Pence on Trump's 2020 ticket?
Posted 1 day 3 hours 27 minutes ago

Less than three months ago, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations tried to tamp down speculation that she might replace the vice president on Trump’s 2020 ticket. But multiple political observers say her new book tour is doubling as an audition for the role.


How a priest credibly accused of sexual misconduct in New York found a new life as a nurse in Vermont
Posted 1 day 3 hours 52 minutes ago

Many Catholic priests accused of sexual misconduct were never charged, allowing them to take on new roles as teachers, counselors and nurses.


U.S. Supreme Court declines to shield gun maker from Sandy Hook lawsuit
Posted 1 day 4 hours 51 minutes ago

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday dealt a blow to the firearms industry, rejecting Remington Arms Co's bid to escape a lawsuit by families of victims aiming to hold the gun maker liable for its marketing of the assault-style rifle used in the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre that killed 20 children and six adults. The justices turned away Remington's appeal of a ruling by Connecticut's top court to let the lawsuit proceed despite a federal law that broadly shields firearms manufacturers from liability when their weapons are used in crimes. The lawsuit will move forward at a time of high passions in the United States over the issue of gun control.


Man killed as protests sweep Lebanon after Aoun interview
Posted 1 day 5 hours 13 minutes ago

President Michel Aoun said on Tuesday Lebanon faced a catastrophe if protesters did not go home, igniting a new wave of demonstrations during which a protester was shot and killed after an altercation with Lebanese soldiers near Beirut. The shooting in Khaldeh south of Beirut was the first of its kind in nearly four weeks of nationwide protests against Lebanon's ruling elite, escalating tensions in a country mired in deep political and economic crisis. The man who was killed was a member of the political party led by Druze leader Walid Jumblatt, a civil war adversary of Aoun.


Ghana reverses 'premature' recognition of Kosovo
Posted 1 day 5 hours 18 minutes ago

Ghana has revoked its "premature" recognition of Kosovo -- a move backed by Serbia, which opposes statehood for the former Yugoslav province. "The government of Ghana has decided to withdraw Ghana’s recognition of Kosovo as an independent state," deputy foreign minister Charles Owiredu told AFP on Tuesday. The reasons were communicated to Serbia in a letter, he said.


13 Colleges With the Lowest Acceptance Rates
Posted 1 day 6 hours 2 minutes ago

The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas. Be sure to explore The Short List: Colleges, The Short List: Grad School and The Short List: Online Programs to find data that matter to you in your college or grad school search.


U.K. Domestic Stocks Get a Boost From Nigel Farage, But It’s Not Over Yet
Posted 1 day 6 hours 3 minutes ago

(Bloomberg) -- U.K.-focused stocks are higher on optimism that Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has a better chance of winning a majority in next month’s election after the Brexit Party said it wouldn’t fight them. But market strategists say it’s not over yet.The market reaction to Monday’s announcement was “solid rather than spectacular,” Raymond James strategist Chris Bailey said by email, noting that the Brexit Party could still hurt the Conservatives by running in seats won by Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party last time around.The domestic FTSE 250 benchmark has held gains of about 0.9% since Farage’s speech, while some stocks considered most-exposed to the U.K. economy jumped on the news. Lender Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc and homebuilder Persimmon Plc rose 4% and 3.9% respectively on Monday.“There is now a meaningful amount of optimism being priced in to U.K. assets, particularly sterling and the FTSE 250,” said David Holohan, head of equity strategy at Mediolanum. “That does raise the risk of a negative market development to any political curve balls which could still emerge in the coming days and weeks.”Broadly speaking, it comes down to the pound. In mid-October the correlation between U.K. midcaps and the British currency reached its highest level since the Brexit referendum and has remained there since. Sterling, which jumped as much as 1% on Monday’s news, has now erased the majority of those gains.Here’s what other strategists and investors had to say about the developments.Aberdeen Standard Investments, Andrew MilliganThe announcement from Nigel Farage has altered the election calculations at the margin and hence had a noticeable impact on sterling and a ripple effect through other asset classes, for example the relative attractiveness of domestic versus external facing stocks.Lack of a major movement in sterling versus other currencies, or more broadly U.K. financial assets versus their international counterparts, since the campaign was announced suggests that few new positions have yet been placed by global investors. Markets are still in watch-and-wait mode.Liberum Capital Ltd., Andrew CouryYesterday’s rally shows that the fears of a Corbyn government still linger. The outcome of the election is not clear cut as Conservatives will need to target Labour leavers to comfortably secure their majority.Should the Conservatives win a majority, expect domestics to rally alongside sterling, including banks, consumer discretionary, house-builders and real estate.Allianz Global Investors, Marcus Morris-EytonWould still expect to see a strong relief rally if Boris Johnson is able to win a majority. The market is pricing in a reduced probability of no-deal Brexit occurring, but it is still far from clear as to whether the Conservatives achieve a majority government.London and Capital Asset Management Ltd., Roger JonesSmall uptick in sterling to news looks correct as it is likely to increase the probability of a Conservative majority by a small proportion. The result still looks to be in the balance.Investors have become cautious on polls after the Brexit referendum and Trump election. Suspect there will be a wait-and-see approach by investors until the outcome becomes clearer.U.K. small-cap stocks look interesting after lagging mid-cap domestics. With the tail risk of no-deal Brexit removed, a Conservative majority would boost U.K. smallcaps and a hung parliament would have minimum fundamental impact.Peel Hunt, Ian WilliamsThe reasonably measured equity market reaction to Farage’s announcement suggests a Conservative majority was already at least half priced-in.There has been a decent bounce in mid-caps, but nothing overdone. This reflects increased betting on an overall majority.While consensus is generally that sterling could reach $1.35 if there’s Conservative win followed by Brexit on Jan. 31, “I think that might be overdoing it” given broadly soft growth and jobs data, last week’s tone from the Bank of England and the overhang on markets from trade wars.Makor Capital Markets SA, Stephane Barbier de la SerreThe current stamina -- possibly exuberance -- of U.K. stocks at this juncture is likely more linked to ongoing all—in risk-on momentum on European stocks in general than to idiosyncratic factors.Another hung Parliament on Dec. 13 remains the most likely scenario, and should that scenario occur, U.K. stocks and currency would then face a pretty harsh and fairly indiscriminate correction.To contact the reporters on this story: Joe Easton in London at [email protected];Kit Rees in London at [email protected];Ksenia Galouchko in London at [email protected];Michael Msika in London at [email protected] contact the editor responsible for this story: Beth Mellor at [email protected] more articles like this, please visit us at©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


F-35s Belong in a Museum: Europe Has Some Wild 6th-Generation Fighter Dreams
Posted 1 day 8 hours 9 minutes ago

But will they ever leave the drawing board?


Study: Half Europe’s unauthorized migrants in Germany, UK
Posted 1 day 8 hours 11 minutes ago

At least 3.9 million unauthorized migrants — and possibly as many as 4.8 million — lived in Europe in 2017 with half of them in Germany and the United Kingdom, according to a study published Wednesday. The Pew Research Center said the number grew from 2014, when about 3-3.7 million resided in Europe, and peaked in 2015-16 during the refugee crisis when some 1.3 million people arrived, mostly from war-torn countries such as Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Also, the European Union and Turkey signed a deal designed to keep millions of migrants in Turkey from coming to Europe, and many asylum seekers, especially Syrians, received asylum or residency rights in Germany and other European countries.


USS Utah: The Forgotten (Drone) Battleship Sunk at Pearl Harbor
Posted 1 day 8 hours 15 minutes ago

Back in July, the United States almost went to war over the downing of a drone along the Iranian border. This is not, strangely enough, the first time that an attack against the United States began with violence against a drone.


Rare deer-like species photographed for first time in wild
Posted 1 day 9 hours 55 minutes ago

A tiny deer-like species not seen by scientists for nearly 30 years has been photographed in a forest in southern Vietnam, a conservation group said Tuesday. Images of the silver-backed chevrotain, commonly called the Vietnamese mouse deer, were captured in the wild by trap cameras, Global Wildlife Conservation said. Discovering that it is, indeed, still out there, is the first step in ensuring we don't lose it again, and we're moving quickly now to figure out how best to protect it," said An Nguyen, a conservation scientist at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, a partner of GWC in the project.


Chinese land deal in Solomon's Guadalcanal disrupts access to WWII site
Posted 1 day 13 hours 12 minutes ago

Tour operators and the Japanese ambassador to the Solomons say it appears to be a case of a lack of understanding of the significance of the Alligator Creek site by the new owner. The issue has stirred up debate in the Solomons concerning its new relationship with China, which was formalized in September following the Pacific island nation's decision to sever its diplomatic ties with Taiwan in favor of Beijing.


Taiwan Wants American F-16V Fighters but Will Washington Sell Them?
Posted 1 day 14 hours 2 minutes ago

Taipei is worried about China.


Mexico makes arrests in last week's massacre of 3 women, 6 children
Posted 1 day 21 hours 25 minutes ago

Mexico has made an unspecified number of arrests in last week's massacre of three women and six children of dual U.S-Mexican nationality in the north of the country, Security Minister Alfonso Durazo said on Monday. "There have been arrests, but it's not up to us to give information," Durazo told reporters in Mexico City.


A black man was put in handcuffs after a police officer stopped him on a train platform because he was eating
Posted 1 day 21 hours 55 minutes ago

Bay Area Rapid Transit police said Steve Foster, of Concord, California, violated state law by eating a sandwich on a BART station's platform.


Apple reportedly revealed devices expected to replace iPhone in October
Posted 1 day 22 hours 33 minutes ago

Apple is looking to replace the iPhone “in roughly a decade,” according to a new report in the Information.


Douglas MacArthur Is One of America's Most Famous Generals. He's Also the Most Overrated
Posted 1 day 23 hours 58 minutes ago

He might be one of President Trump's favorite generals, but as Hampton Sides writes, Douglas MacArthur was far from a military genius.

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