by | May 10, 2021 | 18:07

Conservative challenger Shaun Bailey had been effectively written off by some even within his own party in the run up to the 6 May election, but in results declared so far he has come out on top in areas previously won by the current mayor.

by | May 07, 2021 | 20:35

A suspect who held five people captive during an eight-hour standoff at a Wells Fargo bank in St. Cloud, Minnesota , has been arrested, authorities said. The chief said McNeary had asked police to call the FBI, and the federal agency was called and responded to the scene. Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall did not provide details on charges for McNeary, but said she had been in contact with the US Attorney's office about the "most appropriate place for charges to be brought".

by | May 06, 2021 | 19:40

Australia's top doctor has warned the India travel ban must not be extended or citizens trapped in the country's Covid nightmare will die. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday stood firm on his decision to halt flights from India in a bid to curb the COVID-19 infections and a possible third wave of the deadly contagion, saying positive cases have started to come down as a result of the pause.

by | May 06, 2021 | 10:50

The prime minister held talks with Jersey's Chief Minister John Le Fondré and Minister of External Affairs Ian Gorst, and "stressed the urgent need for a de-escalation in tensions" between Jersey and France . The government argued the permits must "correspond to the previous activity a vessel has carried out in Jersey waters" under the terms of the TCA and its new system was "in line with the data submitted by the French and European Union authorities".

by | May 05, 2021 | 18:51

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken with India's Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar following a bilateral meeting in London on 3 May 2021, during the G7 foreign ministers meeting. Face masks were worn for the official photograph and handshakes have been replaced by forearm bumps to avoid the risk of contamination. India is not a member of the G7, but its delegation was invited to the meeting as a guest.

by | May 03, 2021 | 17:31

Lifeguard Chief James Gartland said the maritime crash was probably "one of the bigger vessel accidents" the region has seen. SDFD Lifeguard Services Lieutenant Rick Romero told reporters rescuers pulled seven people from the waves including the three migrants who died.

by | May 03, 2021 | 11:30

Many in the crowd cheered as Romney implored: "Let me tell you something, if we divide our party, we're going to be a losing party". "You can boo all you like", said Romney. Despite the negativity, Romney ended his speech on a positive note. 'We need to come together in strength and unity, ' he said. Senator Susan Collins , who also voted to convict Mr.

by | May 02, 2021 | 18:07

As we remind readers in all of these situations, early reports about casualties and the shooter involved are frequently incorrect. Fox 11 reported dozens of police cars had raced to the casino in Ashwaubenon, across Highway 172 from Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport.

by | May 02, 2021 | 11:10

All direct passenger flights from Perth were grounded last night, after an MIQ security guard in Perth and his two housemates tested positive for Covid-19. Earlier it was announced Perth had avoided a lockdown. However, he said a lockdown could be enforced if the situation changed. "It has significantly reduced the risk of transmission in our community".

by | May 01, 2021 | 05:24

By exercising the law, the Australian government could possibly lay down a provision of five years of imprisonment or a fine of 66,000 Australian dollars (nearly Rs 38 lakh) if a flier enters the country and have been in India in the last two weeks, according to 9News Australia.

by | April 29, 2021 | 10:24

Eligible workers in Mississauga and Brampton could collect between $600 to $1,000 a week under a province-wide paid sick leave program announced by the Ontario government today. Constitutionally, provinces are responsible for employment laws like paid sick leave, however, Ontario and British Columbia had been calling for changes to the federal benefit.

by | April 28, 2021 | 22:03

Following six nights of protests over Brown's death, city officials on Tuesday imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew on Elizabeth City, about half of whose 18,000 residents are Black. Mr Cox did not respond to a request for comment. None of the deputies were injured, according to previous statements by the Pasquotank County sheriff, Tommy Wooten II.

by | April 28, 2021 | 04:32

Kenney added that he knows elderly Albertans have faced one of the toughest burdens since the start of the pandemic. "I remain concerned about the cases and the trends", Hinshaw said. There are now active alerts or outbreaks in 712 schools, which represents 29 per cent of schools in the province. Around 26 per cent of the people in the province have received at least one dose of this vaccine and about six per cent of the population is fully vaccinated.

by | April 26, 2021 | 02:33

The statement also said the USA is working "around the clock to deploy available resources and supplies". Price said the administration had a special responsibility to vaccinate Americans and that the nation had been hit harder by the pandemic than any other country.

by | April 24, 2021 | 02:51

Hillz has built a lasting relationship with the Floyd family over the past year, having first met them when he created a speed painting of Floyd at the family's private funeral in Houston last June. "The work continues, we're not going to stop" said Hillz, well aware of what remains to be done to dismantle structural inequality and systemic racism in the U.S.

by | April 23, 2021 | 11:15

Republicans at first hesitated to adopt a position on the legislation , which carefully avoids any mention of former president Donald Trump's comments about the "Kung Flu" and "the China virus" as possible inspiration for attacks on Asian Americans - but the inference is easily understood.

by | April 22, 2021 | 00:54

She said, 'Mommy, I made honor roll.' And she said, 'Mommy, I'm looking forward to coming home.' ... "Our focus is on addressing systemic racism and implicit bias head on and of course to pass laws and legislation that will put much needed reform in police departments across the country", she said.

by | April 21, 2021 | 01:41

The announcement came just hours after electoral officials had declared Deby the victor of the April 11 presidential election . The military council will be led by the late president's son, Mahamat Idriss Déby Itno, 37, a four-star general.

by | April 20, 2021 | 01:32

On Sunday, police swarmed the area searching for 41-year-old Stephen Broderick, who is considered armed and risky. Broderick is accused of shooting up an apartment complex near the Arboretum in northwest Austin before noon on Sunday. He had an ankle monitor when he was released following the June 2020 charge, but it was later taken off. Sheriff's spokeswoman Kristen Dark told the Austin American-Statesman that Broderick, a property crimes detective, resigned after the arrest.

by | April 20, 2021 | 01:04

ET on Monday. "We don't know exactly where Ingenuity will lead us, but today's results indicate the sky - at least on Mars - may not be the limit", said acting NASA Administrator Steve Jurczyk. Throw in the extreme cold and a lengthy radio delay, and you've got a lot that can go wrong. During the short flight, a black-and-white navigation camera on its belly snapped the photo.

by | April 18, 2021 | 05:30

OR officials announced 704 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases and two new deaths Friday, continuing a multi-week trend in increasing daily case counts that is expected to continue into May . There have now been 1,118,743 doses of Covid-19 vaccine administered in the North; 855,826 first doses and 262,917 second doses. I got the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine .

by | April 18, 2021 | 07:05

This is the latest incident in a recent increase in mass shootings across the US. Johal had planned to work a double shift Thursday so she could take Friday off, according to the grandson, who would not give his full name but identifies himself as "Komal" on his Twitter page.

by | April 18, 2021 | 01:29

But Mr Biden kept the maximum number of refugees allowed in annually at 15,000, a ceiling set by his predecessor as president, Donald Trump . The action does not require congressional approval and past presidents have issued such presidential determinations that set the cap on refugee admissions shortly after the notification to Congress.

by | April 17, 2021 | 04:18

A special and secluded getaway wasn't exactly what was in store for Elizabeth, then a princess, and her new husband, Philip, but their honeymoon did set the tone for what would be a very interesting 73 years together. "We are following the COVID guidelines". "For those that unfortunately can't be there, I'm sure they will be making their own private arrangements about how they commemorate the duke, and indeed celebrate the duke".

by | April 15, 2021 | 21:17

Uttar Pradesh is leading in terms of second doses with 14,21,961 second doses being administered so far in the State. The country's total case load reached 14.1 million, behind only the United States, which leads the global tally with 31.4 million cases.

by | April 15, 2021 | 13:28

A package of sanctions targeting several Russian officials will be coupled with orders also expelling some of them from the United States, according to one of the people. President Joe Biden told Putin this week in their second call to "de-escalate tensions" following a Russian military buildup on Ukraine's border, and said the United States would "act firmly in defence of its national interests" regarding Russian intrusions and election interference.

by | April 11, 2021 | 17:53

Central American countries have faced some of the longest waits in the Americas to get their first vaccines. "When you see these videos that you have just shown of the kids being dropped from the wall or that little boy deserted in the desert or more importantly the tremendous and bad overcrowding of CBP facilities, 20,000 people in federal custody, 172,000 border stops in the month of March - I think we're way past the point where you can even pretend this isn't a crisis at the border", ...

by | April 10, 2021 | 09:10

France's top health body says that mRNA vaccine, like Pfizer or Moderna, should be given as a second vaccine dose to persons under 55 who received the AstraZeneca vaccine as a first dose, Reuters reported on Thursday. "We are continuing to make exceptional progress through the rollout of our vaccination programme and remain confident in our supplies". Of these, 40 million are from Pfizer, 51 million from Novavax, 53.8 million from AstraZeneca and 25.5 million are from the COVAX ...

by | April 09, 2021 | 18:33

The announcement was made soon after the country reported 23 new positive cases at its border. The suspension will be in place from 4 pm on 11 April and stay until 28 April. She wanted to look at the quality of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 testing in other countries and whether tests were being taken in the 72 hours before departure.

by | April 09, 2021 | 17:06

Diplomats loyal to Myanmar's junta have seized the country's embassy in London, leaving the ambassador locked out in the street after he called for the release of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi . Myanmar has not yet announced a replacement ambassador. Myanmar security forces reported having killed at least 11 people in overnight clashes with anti-coup protesters in northwest Taze as rights group confirms 598 people killed by military since February 1 ouster of Aung San Suu Kyi.

by | April 09, 2021 | 07:31

Texas DPS said one of its troopers was shot while pursuing "an individual suspected of being involved in the shooting". The seventh victim was taken to the hospital due to an asthma attack, but was not injured in the shooting. "Like two hours ago, I thought I was gonna pass out, you know, my legs are feeling weak and everything". The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive has sent dogs to the scene to assist in the investigation, which the agency says is "rapidly evolving".

by | April 09, 2021 | 06:22

The conflict with Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine erupted shortly after Moscow's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula. On Thursday, the Kremlin's pointman on relations with Ukraine and pro-Russia separatists, Dmitry Kozak, said that peace talks were set to resume on April 19.

by | April 09, 2021 | 01:39

However, with the stay-at-home order coming into effect tomorrow morning, the emergency brake precautions will coincide and will be extended as a result. The latest epidemiological modelling for Ontario suggests the province could see 6,000 COVID-19 cases per day unless stricter measures are enacted.

by | April 08, 2021 | 12:10

On Tuesday, the leader of the Navalny-backed Alliance of Doctors union was detained by police after trying to get into the prison to talk to doctors. Navalny has reportedly been tested for COVID-19 but it's not clear if the results have come back or if he tested positive. "It is now under a special (security) regime", a policewoman told Reuters .

by | April 07, 2021 | 01:20

He said that "we still do not know what causes this reaction", as reports accumulate of people across the world experiencing blood clots after receiving the jab developed by British-Swedish drug company AstraZeneca and Oxford University. Twomey also blamed the slow rollout on a lack of co-ordination between the Australian national government and states, with the latter complaining about slower-than-expected distribution and a lack of certainty on vaccine supplies.