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  • Fear and fury in the West Bank – podcast
    by Presented by Nosheen Iqbal with Julian Borger; produced by Ned Carter Miles and Courtney YusufAdam Bransbury; executive producer Phil Maynard on November 8, 2023 at 3:00 am

    Palestinians in the West Bank say that while all the attention is on Gaza, Israeli settlers overseen by the military are killing people and forcing them from the land. Julian Borger reportsFor Issa Amro, Hebron has always been home. He was born there and has made his life in the industrial Palestinian city in the West Bank. Throughout his life he’s watched the Israeli settlements in the area grow. And since the Hamas attack of 7 October, he’s witnessed a surge in settler violence. And while all the world’s attention has been on the crisis in Gaza, tensions in the West Bank have been threatening to combust.The Guardian’s world affairs editor, Julian Borger, has been reporting from the West Bank and he tells Nosheen Iqbal the place is at ‘boiling point’. Frustrations with a weak Palestinian Authority leadership are butting up against outrage at the increasing violence from settlers to an extent that many are predicting a third intifada. Continue reading…

  • 2023 on track to be the hottest year on record, say scientists
    by Ajit Niranjan on November 8, 2023 at 3:00 am

    Last month was hottest October since records began, with average global temperature thought to be 1.7C above late-1800s levelsThe world is set to have been hotter in 2023 than in any other year on record, scientists have declared, before a landmark climate summit this month.“We can say with near certainty that 2023 will be the warmest year on record, and is currently 1.43C above the pre-industrial average,” said Samantha Burgess, the deputy director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service. “The sense of urgency for ambitious climate action going into Cop28 has never been higher.” Continue reading…

  • Israel-Hamas war live: Israeli forces target convoy carrying medical supplies in Gaza City, says Palestine Red Crescent Society
    by Helen Sullivan (now); Léonie Chao-Fong, Martin Belam and Helen Livingstone (earlier) on November 8, 2023 at 2:45 am

    Convoy of five trucks carrying ‘lifesaving medicals supplies’ to health facilities including al-Quds hospital was hit by fire, the PRCS saidAt a glance: what we know on day 33The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, has arrived in Japan for a meeting of Group of Seven foreign ministers expected to be dominated by the Israel-Hamas war.Blinken made no public comment as he arrived for the two days of discussions in Tokyo after a whirlwind tour of the Middle East, where he pushed for humanitarian “pauses” in Israel’s bombardment of Gaza and attempted to contain the conflict.Calls have been mounting for a ceasefire, including from UN agencies and several countries.A key ally of Israel, the US has not backed these calls, insisting that Israel has the right to respond – though Washington has called for pauses in the fighting. Continue reading…

  • ‘Ohio spoke tonight’: voters add abortion rights to state constitution
    by Carter Sherman on November 8, 2023 at 2:35 am

    State’s Issue 1 passes with more than 57% of the vote in latest backlash to Roe v Wade’s overturningOhio voters resoundingly voted to add abortion rights to their state constitution, a major victory for abortion rights supporters in the only state where abortion is on the ballot this November.Issue 1 passed with more than 57% of the vote, according to results shortly after the referendum was declared. Continue reading…

  • Kentucky’s Democratic governor Andy Beshear re-elected in win for abortion rights
    by Guardian staff and agencies on November 8, 2023 at 2:02 am

    Republican-leaning state rejects GOP challenger Daniel Cameron, after Beshear’s campaign focused on issueAndy Beshear, the Democratic incumbent governor, won a second term in the Republican-leaning Kentucky on Tuesday.Beshear’s hope that his support of abortion rights would persuade voters was realized even as skepticism of the national Democratic party grows in the state. Continue reading…

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