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by | June 24, 2021 | 07:44

First Nations have called for the Sisters of St. Ann to release any and all records it retains after the discovery last month of the potential unmarked graves of up to 215 children , some as young as three, on the grounds of the former residential school.

by | June 22, 2021 | 18:16

The donation will complete Washington's initial pledge of 80 million doses from its own vaccine supply, made ahead of a vow to buy 500 million doses of Pfizer's vaccine for low- and middle-income nations. The Covax programme has delivered 90 million doses to 131 countries. AstraZeneca's vaccine has not been approved by federal regulators, CNN reported .

by | June 21, 2021 | 23:10

Russian investigators said Saturday they have detained a man on suspicion of murder after finding the body of a foreign woman the media identified as a missing American student. The mom told NPR she has no idea what happened to her daughter next but, "I think that when she saw that the person wasn't driving to the clinic but instead was driving into a forest, she panicked".

by | June 19, 2021 | 20:26

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) designated invest 92-L as Potential Tropical Cyclone 3 this afternoon as it still remains too disorganized to get a name. The hurricane center warned of flash, urban and small-stream flooding as a result of the heavy rainfall and said river flooding could occur as the storm hits areas with elevated rivers.

by | June 17, 2021 | 19:41

MP Elizabeth May following Fredericton MP Jenica Atwin's recent move to the Liberal caucus. If 75 per cent of council members agree at that meeting to let a leadership vote go forward, party members could then vote to remove Paul from office through a motion at an annual general meeting.

by | June 16, 2021 | 10:59

Kirkpatrick's Meats: South Melbourne Market - Stall 10, 322-326 Coventry St, South Melbourne on June 12 from 1.08pm to 1.30pm. Health officials and government ministers are expected to discuss easing restrictions in a cabinet meeting on Wednesday morning, The Herald Sun reported.

by | June 13, 2021 | 01:54

Biden pushed his G-7 counterparts to include a forceful condemnation of China's use of forced labor in the final summit communique Sunday, the details of which are still being negotiated. As the two men sat outside in woven chairs at the edge of a broad beach, reporters asked Biden if he has convinced US allies that America is back.

by | June 11, 2021 | 16:01

In a speech Biden made to USA troops at a British air base Wednesday, he said he wants to show the world that "America is back". President Joe Biden speaks to American service members at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk, England, Wednesday, June 9, 2021.

by | June 09, 2021 | 09:58

Campbell said the soldiers would then plant weapons and radios to support false claims that the prisoners were enemies killed in action. The parents of Ben Roberts-Smith, Len and Sue Roberts-Smith depart the Federal Court of Australia. The newspapers will plead that Mr Roberts-Smith was complicit in and responsible for the murders of six people in Afghanistan , and that those alleged actions constituted war crimes.

by | June 08, 2021 | 17:00

The UK National Crime Agency said it had carried out "multiple operations" as a result of the sting, codenamed Operation Trojan Shield. Police executed the largest number of search warrants in Australia in one day on Monday, seizing 104 firearms, including military-grade sniper rifles, and approximately A $ 45 million (£ 25 million) in cash.

by | June 07, 2021 | 10:54

During her first foreign trip as vice president, Harris is expected to meet with Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei on Monday. Her spokesperson, Symone Sanders, told reporters traveling with Harris that it was technical issue with the original plane and there were "no major safety concerns".

by | June 07, 2021 | 11:49

According to a statement issued by the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), relief and rescue efforts are underway at the incident site and Army and Rangers troops are assisting in the relief and rescue operation. Railways Minister Azam Khan Swati has sought a preliminary investigation report within 24 hours. Train accidents are common in Pakistan, where successive governments have paid little attention to improving the poorly maintained signal system and ageing tracks.

by | June 02, 2021 | 17:18

Hailey Morinico thought her dogs were barking at other dogs, or a squirrel, but discovered it was a bear and two cubs they were barking at. "My cousin Hailey yeeted a bear off her fence today and saved her dogs". There are more than 110k comments on the video and has been liked by 5.6 million accounts since the video was first posted on Sunday, May 31. But as we've seen you simply can not underestimate a mama bear, even when that bear is a human.

by | June 02, 2021 | 18:13

A local army official told the semi-official Tasnim news agency that 20 people suffered minor burns. An image taken late at night showed crew in life jackets running away with a fire raging behind them. In recent months, however, the navy launched a slightly larger commercial tanker called the Makran it converted into serving a similar function as the Kharg .

by | May 28, 2021 | 01:09

The European Union said it was eyeing fresh sanctions on Mr Lukashenko's regime after the incident. Speaking before legislators and senior officials in Minsk, Mr Lukashenko said: "Our ill-wishers outside and inside the country have changed their methods of attacking the state".

by | May 28, 2021 | 00:39

Sen. Braun added, "President Biden must declassify all US intel related to the Wuhan lab and COVID-19 pandemic , so the American people and independent researchers can get answers". Facebook says it will no longer remove posts that claim the coronavirus was "man-made". Biden said he has called on intelligence officials to present a report on their findings within 90 days.

by | May 27, 2021 | 00:11

In his first public statement since the Ryanair flight was diverted and opposition journalist Roman Protasevich arrested on Sunday, Lukashenko dismissed the worldwide outcry the incident provoked. Diplomats said France, Ireland and Estonia would raise the incident at a private meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday. He was arrested and, in a video released by Belarusian authorities on Monday evening, appeared to admit he was involved in organising mass protests in ...

by | May 26, 2021 | 07:10

According to NASA's page on the Blood Moon of May 26, "sunlight bends and scatters as it passes through Earth's atmosphere", and during a lunar eclipse, this filtered sunlight makes it way to through the Earth's atmosphere, and does reach the lunar surface.

by | May 25, 2021 | 10:09

The footage and the autopsy report add to the growing wealth of details about Greene's death, which has always been surrounded by allegations of a cover-up and is now the subject of a federal civil rights investigation. Of the troopers involved, DaKota DeMoss has been notified that the department intends to fire him and he remains on leave pending another excessive use of force case, police said.

by | May 25, 2021 | 10:34

That compares to a provincial incidence rate of 99.7 in the most recent Public Health Ontario data, for the week of May 12 to 18. Meanwhile, 91 people were hospitalized with COVID-19 as of May 21. Ontario's vaccination effort expanded to some of its youngest residents on Sunday , opening up to youths aged 12 and up. She said that one million doses were put into the arms of Ontarians in the last seven days.

by | May 14, 2021 | 11:34

Hours earlier in the Oval Office, where Biden was meeting with vaccinated Republican lawmakers, he led the group in removing their masks when the guidance was announced . These results show that vaccinated people, even without a mask , are at extremely low risk for contracting or suffering from serious cases of the virus .

by | May 14, 2021 | 11:15

Israel Defense Forces increased their attack on the Gaza Strip late Thursday night. While visiting a rocket defense battery this week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told troops to be prepared for an extended battle against Hamas.

by | May 13, 2021 | 15:49

A Palestinian source said truce efforts by Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations had made no progress to end the violence. A 30-year-old Indian woman in Israel, Soumya Santosh, was killed in a rocket attack by Palestinian militants from Gaza, as per officials.

by | May 12, 2021 | 04:07

Quebec says that on paper, the AstraZeneca vaccine "is still available for people 45 years of age and older", but there's none in stock. Tom McMillan, a spokesman for Alberta Health, said there are now no known shipments of the vaccine scheduled to enter the province, leading the province to shift the remaining supply to be administered to people who have already received an initial dose of AstraZeneca.

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.