Rapid Strategies For New York Times

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REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth By Kylie MacLellan and Estelle Shirbon | LONDON LONDON British Prime Minister Theresa May was seeking a deal with a small Northern Irish party on Sunday to stay in power after losing her party's parliamentary majority in a catastrophic electoral gamble just days before Brexit talks are set to start. But with May's personal authority in tatters, there were reports that moves were under way within her Conservative Party to dislodge her, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was insisting she could be ousted and he could replace her. "Theresa May is a dead woman walking. It's just how long she's going to remain on death row," former Conservative finance minister George Osborne, who was sacked by May when she became prime minister last year, told the BBC. With Britain due to start negotiating the terms of its exit from the European Union with the bloc's 27 other members on June 19, the political crisis in London could not have come at a worse time. Those exit talks, expected to be the most complex in post-World War Two European history, are supposed to wrap up before the end of March 2019 -- a timeline that was already considered ambitious before May's electoral debacle. Her Downing Street office had announced on Saturday that the "principles of an outline agreement" with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) had been agreed, only for the DUP itself to cast doubt on that account hours later. "The talks so far have been positive. Discussions will continue next week to work on the details and to reach agreement on arrangements for the new parliament," it said.

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You’ll receive free e-mail news updates each time a new story is published. By Hayley Tsukayama By Hayley Tsukayama June 7 Follow @htsuka When Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines in 2013, the Red Cross and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap team asked volunteers to build a map of storm-affected towns, and 1,700 people answered the call. (Tracy Reines/American Red Cross) Facebook’s Safety Check feature allows users to notify their family and friends that they're okay after natural disasters or attacks that prompt Facebook to deploy the tool. But have you ever wondered what Facebook does with that information? On Wednesday the social network announced that it will share some of that data with aid organizations — specifically UNICEF, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the World Food Program — to make it easier for them to locate people who need help. More organizations and governments are now able to apply for access to this data. The company  rolled out Safety Check in 2014 , inspired by Facebook users’ behavior after the 2011 tsunami and earthquake that rocked northern Japan. The data sharing announced Wednesday is only for aid organizations — the average Facebook user isn’t going to see it — and could provide valuable insight into where groups should send supplies or other aid. [ Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon are joining a campaign to support the Paris climate accord ] “Humanitarian organizations need more of a birds-eye view” of areas affected by natural disasters, said Molly Jackman, a public policy research manager at Facebook. “We thought Facebook could help paint a more complete picture so organizations know where resources are needed the most.” The data could be used to see how populations are moving, where they are checking in safely and how their normal routines have been disrupted.

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