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2019-03-16T00:00:39.139Z
Corbyn’s aide’s family sold £50m Picasso and then got £1.3m home Child with a Dove was ‘probably the most famous work by Picasso in a UK collection’. The family of one of Corbyn's senior aides, Andrew Murray, sold it against their mother's wishes. When it comes to showing loyalty to the Labour leader and all that he stands for, Laura Murray has got it down to a tee Privately educated at Worth Abbey in Sussex, in 1981 Mr Murray married Susan Michie, a professor of health psychology at University College London
2019-03-15T23:44:33.570Z
Suspected New Zealand attacker ‘met extreme right-wing groups’ during Europe visit, according to security sources Tarrant says he began planning his operation after a visit to Europe in 2017 Although the killings had been described in the media as the work of a lone wolf, three people – two men and one woman – are being held in custody The lyrics praised the Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, who was subsequently convicted of genocide and war crimes Subscribe from just 15p a day for extra exclusives, events and ebooks – all with no ads
2019-03-15T23:43:05.417Z
Why did Christchurch mosque shooter tell viewers to 'subscribe to PewDiePie'? The gunman's mention of the meme was a nod to those in-the-know about internet culture – a fringe part of which helped foster his extreme anti-immigrant and Islamophobic ideology The rallying cry of PewDiePie supporters soon turned into a meme that saw people go to increasingly extreme lengths to keep PewDiePie the most-subscribed-to channel on YouTube Like the impossible-to-take down video and meme-inspiring manifesto, it now belongs to the internet itself
2019-03-15T23:17:41.035Z
Australian man faces court charged over Christchurch terror attack Tarrant, 28, originally from Grafton, New South Wales but more recently a resident of Dunedin on New Zealand’s South Island, made a white power gesture during a brief appearance in court. A 28-year-old man has been charged with murder Armed police could be seen pushing back members of the public trying to reach the Masjid Al Noor mosque to check on fellow worshippers Armed police maintain a presence outside the Masijd Ayesha Mosque in Manurewa in Auckland after the attack in Christchurch He said he 'disliked' Muslims and hated those who had converted to the religion, calling them 'blood traitors'
2019-03-15T23:16:36.132Z
Massacre Suspect Traveled the World but Lived on the Internet Brenton Tarrant, inspired by the social media world and performing for it, appears to be the first accused mass murderer to conceive of the killing itself as a meme. Advertisement He announced his mass killing over social media and filmed it live on the internet format, as though in an interview, with asides to imagine the reactions As a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose In a moment of unbridled self-criticism, he wrote, I deleted the entire work and started again, two weeks before the attack itself
2019-03-15T23:14:44.961Z
US to cut off visas over ICC Afghanistan probes John Bolton, US national security adviser, has previously threatened to revoke the visas of ICC personnel if it pursued charges against members of the US military over alleged crimes in Afghanistan, and said that the ICC was a threat to American national security interests
2019-03-15T22:46:36.249Z
New Zealand attack: Sajid Javid condemns SICK mosque attack as ‘attack on freedom’ British Muslim Home Secretary Sajid Javid last night condemned the cowardly New Zealand mosque massacre as an “attack on the freedom and values that unite us all”. British Muslim Home Secretary Sajid Javid felt sick to his stomach after the news (Image: Getty Images) Mr Javid told how the slaughter of 49 innocent worshippers during Friday prayers in Christchurch made him feel sick to his stomach One man escaped only to find his wife lying dead outside the mosque
2019-03-15T22:43:25.650Z
Brothers' emotional tribute to father killed at Christchurch mosque Omar Nabi, 43, and Yama Nabi, 45, shared photos of their elderly father Haji Daoud, 71, outside the Christchurch District Court on Saturday morning, after he was killed in the Al Noor mosque on Friday. Two brothers who believe they lost their father in the Christchurch massacre have made an emotional appearance at the court where an accused gunman will today appear 2.10pm: Police confirm they are attending an 'evolving situation' involving an 'active shooter' 3.30pm: Two explosive devices attached to a car are found and disarmed by a bomb squad at Strickland Street, not far from the Al Noor Mosque
2019-03-15T22:22:01.952Z
Venezuela's former AG shares photos of the body of 'Rambo' cop's body WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - An exiled former AG has released never-before-seen photographs of the body of a slain Venezuelan police officer which she says proves he was executed. His brother's death prompted him to take the government to task with a video statement on June 27, 2017: 'We are nationalists, patriots and institutionalists Maduro, and his right-hand man Diosdado Cabello, who is known to be the second-most powerful man crisis-stricken oil-rich nation, have been mum about Ortega Díaz's report despite their daily constant rants on social media against anyone that opposes their socialist ideals
2019-03-15T22:21:59.849Z
A Hate-Fueled Massacre Designed for Its Times The horror, meant for an era that has married social media with racism, was motivated by white extremist hatred, streamed live on Facebook and calculated to go viral. Speaking to reporters on Friday, a shaken Mohammad Nazir haltingly tried to described what he had seen inside the Deans Avenue mosque, where he said there were lots of people lying on the blood-soaked green carpet Another player, Mushfiqur Rahim, tweeted we r extremely lucky … never want to see this things happen again … pray for us
2019-03-15T22:21:24.349Z
Here Is An Eyewitness Account From Inside One Of The Christchurch Mosque Shootings "One was right behind me, he died instantly, he was shot on his head." Syed Ahmed teaches architecture at the Ara Institute of Canterbury in downtown Christchurch, and his work is located right in the center of the two mosques This might inflate at any moment and become a beast a small sentence could create a big impact in somebody’s brain If it has come here, that means it is creeping everywhere, he added
2019-03-15T22:18:11.268Z
New Zealand, Veto, Boeing: Your Friday Evening Briefing Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day. Others tried to find solace, like one Yale student who secluded himself in a French monastery for Spring Break _ Your Evening Briefing is posted at 6 p.m. Eastern Sign up here to get it by email in the Australian, Asian, European or American morning
2019-03-15T22:16:11.956Z
Venezuela's oil market 'SERIOUSLY DISRUPTED' after power outage as crisis DEEPENS VENEZUELA’S oil market could be “seriously disrupted” by the recent electricity crisis, the International Energy Agency (IEA) warned. Most of cash-strapped Venezuela was plunged in total darkness last week following a failure at the Guri hydropower plant The country is in the midst of one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in the world and a severe political crisis Nothing and no one will be able to defeat the people of Bolivar and Chavez
2019-03-15T22:13:28.121Z
These Are The Victims Of The New Zealand Mosque Shooting At least 49 people were shot to death on a busy day of worship in Christchurch. A well planned mass shooting took the lives of at least 49 worshippers during Friday afternoon prayers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, shocking a nation with little history of major gun violence The two mosques ― Al Noor and Linwood, about three miles apart ― were full of people on Friday, generally the busiest day of worship
2019-03-15T22:13:19.850Z
Trump decries 'monstrous' New Zealand terror attacks on mosques President Donald Trump called the Prime Minister of New Zealand 'to express the sorrow of our entire nation following the monstrous terror attacks at two mosques,' he said in the Oval Office Friday. Trump did not include in his remarks a direct condemnation of white supremacy or address aspects of the shooter's twisted manifesto I had to run along in the middle of the firefight and pick it up New Zealand tightened gun laws after the Aramoana massacre of November 1990, which saw 13 people shot dead in a small township near Dunedin , following a neighbourhood dispute
2019-03-15T21:48:19.747Z
Is Chernobyl disaster to blame for global rise in cancer rates? Author alleges shock cover NUCLEAR fall-out from the Chernobyl power station disaster could be responsible for the global rise in cancers and diseases, according to a terrifying new book. She said: Minimising both the number of deaths so far and the on-going health consequences of the Chernobyl disaster provided cover for nuclear powers to dodge lawsuits and uncomfortable investigations in the 1990s She concludes by calling for the impact of nuclear radiation on human health and the facts and figures surrounding to Chernobyl to be reassessed
2019-03-15T21:43:36.516Z
Inside the twisted mind of racist New Zealand mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant TERROR killer Brenton Tarrant worked with children as a fitness coach before spending two years plotting his mosque massacre, it has emerged. The white supremacist, 28, wrote a 74-page manifesto of… He said: I can’t believe somebody I probably had daily dealings with and had shared conversations and interacted with would be able of something to this extreme The beauty of Hunza and Nagar valley in autumn cannot be beat RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
2019-03-15T21:42:34.563Z
Venezuelan students use risky crossing to get to Colombia school Border closure forced many children to use armed-group- controlled trails to attend classes in neighbouring country. Dayanera Diaz must pay a bribe to be allowed to walk her son and nephew to school [Steven Grattan/Al Jazeera] Cielo attends the mega school on the border with about 2,500 other students Nearly half - 1,200 - are Venezuelans or returning Colombians, who left during during Colombia's five-decade-long armed conflict and have now come back since Venezuela's economic downfall In the Field Venezuela's exodus: Forced to flee
2019-03-15T21:38:58.441Z
Analysis | The Marines don’t want you to see what happens when propaganda stops and combat begins A Marine videographer was tasked with recording positive spin in Afghanistan. But the camera kept rolling. Lagoze was a self-interested threat to the safety of other Marines, the Marine Corps said, and his videos were evidence of crimes like smoking marijuana that have since passed the statute of limitations Read more: Looking behind the sightlines of an American soldier under Taliban fire Tucker Carlson says he’s the victim of a powerful bully
2019-03-15T21:36:35.794Z
Opinion | This is not the moment to retreat from Afghanistan A complete retreat would only come back to haunt us. U.S. soldiers at a training session last month for Afghan army personnel in Herat, Afghanistan Bio Follow Mike Vickers March 15 at 9:17 AM Michael Morell is a contributing columnist to The Post and was deputy director of the CIA from 2010-2013, serving as acting director twice during that time He was right then, and nothing has changed to alter the validity of that view
2019-03-15T21:35:02.589Z
US bars entry to ICC members probing 'war crimes' in Afghanistan Mike Pompeo says US will deny visas to ICC members investigating possible war crimes by US troops in Afghanistan. 190225211534278 The prosecution's request said there is information that members of the US military and intelligence agencies committed acts of torture, cruel treatment, outrages upon personal dignity, rape and sexual violence against conflict-related detainees in Afghanistan and other locations, principally in the 2003-2004 period
2019-03-15T21:22:51.926Z
Perspective | Your must-read books by former U.S. ambassadors It's the Golden Age of books by former U.S. ambassadors to Russia. On the other hand, Putin’s view is much more that of the disrupter, in a sense akin to Trump’s That is why there’s a kind of weird marriage of convenience between the two of them, in trying to disrupt the current order They complement each other nicely; buy both of them!
2019-03-15T21:18:19.993Z
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vows tough action on weapons Brenton Tarrant, 28, shot 49 Muslims and injured dozens after he opened fire on a mosque in Christchurch, using two semi-automatic weapons, two shotguns and a lever action firearm. 'The Christchurch and Linwood mosques had far more invaders.'  He said he had been planning an attack for up to two years and decided on Christchurch three months ago New Zealand tightened gun laws after the Aramoana massacre of November 1990, which saw 13 people shot dead in a small township near Dunedin , following a neighbourhood dispute
2019-03-15T21:17:44.902Z
Man was 'last to get out alive' as worshippers were gunned down next to him "Allah was looking out for me," survivor Ramzan Ali says of his escape out a window from the deadly mosque shooting in New Zealand A New Zealand man has described leaping out of a mosque's window as his fellow worshippers were gunned down alongside him in the country's deadliest ever mass shooting As New Zealanders awake Saturday morning (local time), police have shared the news that a four-year-old child is one of two critically injured victims still fighting for their lives
2019-03-15T21:17:13.059Z
23 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week From tragedy at the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, to the ever-widening field of Democratic presidential candidates, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past wee Investigators and recovery workers inspect a second engine after it is recovered from a crater at the scene of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash on March 13, in Ejere, Ethiopia A ‘super bloom’ of wild poppies blankets the hills of Walker Canyon on March 12, near Lake Elsinore, California
2019-03-15T21:13:13.541Z
U.S. to revoke visas of International Criminal Court members who investigate troops Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo announced the action against the International Criminal Court because of a case involving U.S. service members in Afghanistan. The court has about 450 staffers, including 16 U.S. citizens The tribunal, which is backed by more than 120 nations, is seen as a court of last resort for the investigation and punishment of people accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity and other egregious atrocities
2019-03-15T20:57:28.505Z
Several nationalities among Christchurch mosque victims People from Bangladesh, Malaysia, Afghanistan and elsewhere on missing persons list The nationalities of some of the victims of the terrorist attack on Muslim worshippers in New Zealand have begun to emerge as anxious relatives and friends wait for news of loved ones at Christchurch hospital I was recently united with my son, who has a gunshot wound to the leg and backside
2019-03-15T20:51:06.994Z
Amid mass protests, politics loom over the derby of Algiers Political anthems spill out from the stands and into the streets amid Algeria's ongoing anti-government protests. Earlier in the week, rumours began circulating that the rival fans would choreograph a tifo before the match, brandishing an anti-establishment message for the world to see We are all still first in the league, and tomorrow [protesting on the streets] we are going to win! Inside Story Is this a turning point for Algeria
2019-03-15T20:46:49.958Z
Photos Show World Reacting To New Zealand Terror Attack After 49 people were killed in a mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, people around the world gathered to mourn the tragedy. Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesPalestinians perform funeral prayer in absentia for those who lost their lives during twin terror attacks in New Zealand mosques after performing Friday prayer at Masjid al-Aqsa in Jerusalem on March 15, 2019 Dominic Lipinski/PA/AP People take part in a vigil at the New Zealand War Memorial on Hyde Park Corner in London
2019-03-15T20:46:06.860Z
Britain and EU at risk of Iranian terror attacks at home, US counter-terrorism chief warns Britain and other European nations are at risk from Iranian terror attacks on home soil and must do more to deter the regime, America’s counter-terrorism coordinator has warned. Mr Sales said Britain was not immune from the threat, warning: I think the regime regards Europe as a whole, the UK included, as fertile ground for its operations We [the US] can put people in jail for their terrorism-related crimes and ensure that they’re not re-engaging on the battlefield
2019-03-15T20:42:52.727Z
2020 candidate Beto O'Rourke has talent, but also challenges he hasn't faced before A rare blend of personal magnetism and fund-raising might makes Beto O'Rourke immediately formidable in the crowded Democratic presidential race. Daniel Acker | Reuters Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke speaks during a campaign stop at The Beancounter Coffeehouse & Drinkery in Burlington, Iowa, U.S. March 14, 2019 Instead of Cruz, O'Rourke faces multiple rivals commanding respect and affection within the party
2019-03-15T20:36:29.348Z
Brenton Tarrant: The 'ordinary white man' turned mass murderer Clutched tightly by his adoring father, the fair-haired blue-eyed toddler was the picture of innocence. Clutched tightly by his adoring father, the fair-haired blue-eyed toddler was the picture of innocence At the time, he was seemingly unaware of his links to the perpetrator The hate-filled language could not be further from the apparent beliefs of his own mother, whose Facebook page is awash with calls for equality and posts about spirituality and the importance of love and friendship
2019-03-15T20:14:28.789Z
U.S. imposes visa bans on International Criminal Court... The United States will withdraw or deny visas to any International Criminal Cour... We’re prepared to take additional steps, including economic sanctions, if the ICC does not change its course Human Rights Watch called the announcement a thuggish attempt to penalise investigators at the court Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-03-15T20:12:29.153Z
America’s Escalating Air War in Somalia: How Did We Get There? The war in Somalia has turned into a small version of Afghanistan. Panelists include: John Ismay , At War staffer for The Times; Vivian Greentree , Navy veteran and senior vice president of global corporate citizenship at First Data; Jason Dozier , Army veteran and director of program operations and evaluation at Hire Heroes USA; and Ginger Miller , a disabled veteran, veteran’s spouse, business owner, chief executive officer and founder of Women Veterans Interactive
2019-03-15T20:08:19.946Z