Authorities are trying to intimidate opponents, critics warn China’s review of Hong Kong’s electoral system is seen as a watershed moment from those who fear Beijing’s invasive effects on Hong Kong. Recent changes have allowed only “patriots” who are loyal to the mainland to take power. It feels like a last blow to those who… Continue reading China “is trampling on Hong Kong’s democracy”
Mogadishu, Somalia — Simultaneous explosions at two Somali military bases and their surroundings on Saturday confirmed that at least nine personnel had been killed, but attackers killed dozens of people. He claimed to have made a big loss. Al-Shabaab extremist group claimed responsibility. In another attack on Saturday night, a suicide bomber detonated an explosive… Continue reading Islamic extremists kill at least 15 people in Somalia.Military target
Washington — The man the police say He plunged his car into the US Capitol security barrier on Friday and was fatally shot by police. After getting out of the car with a knife, mental health was a lifelong athlete who began to relate to his friends and family in the last few months. According… Continue reading The suspected attack on the US Capitol is described as an average joke whose mental health seems to be quickly unraveled.
Vancouver — North Vancouver residents are planning a candlelight vigil tonight to honor a young woman who was fatally stabbed in a local library and six others injured there. A week after the puncture wound, the drive-through event was held in a tightly-knit community park in Lynn Valley and hosted by a local Lions club.… Continue reading Drive-through rally after North Vancouver residents stab at the library
Austin, Texas (AP) — Passing the entrance gate to the Texas Capitol, there is a large monument honoring Confederate soldiers, with towering statues and “for constitutionally guaranteed state rights.” There is an inscription that says “I’m dead.” It is one of seven Confederate monuments on the grounds of the Texas Capitol. More than a century… Continue reading Confederate symbols have proven difficult to remove in many states
The Apollo II is a prototype deep sea mine. Tested off the coast of southern Spain in 2019 The long-standing controversy over plans to begin mining the seabed suddenly intensified. For years, only environmental groups opposed the idea of digging metal out of the deep sea. But now BMW, Volvo, Google and Samsung are focusing… Continue reading Companies endorse deep-sea mining moratorium
On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, guests will wear the necessary face masks for the Covid-19 pandemic on Main Street USA, USA, in front of Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World Resort’s Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. .. CharlesSykes / Invision / AP Disney World guests were arrested after refusing to comply with the… Continue reading Disney World guests, handcuffed for refusing to check the temperature of COVID-19, told sheriffs that they spent a lot of money at the resort to arrest them.
Wally Walrus sunbathing on the slipway of a Tenby lifeboat in Pembrokeshire-Joann Randles / Cover-Images.com / Cover Images Jet skiers and surfers are warned to avoid the walruses that made their homes off the coast of Pembrokeshire. Called Wally Wallace by curious locals, the mammal is believed to have arrived from the Arctic by drifting… Continue reading Afraid of Wally Walrus’s safety after a trip from Arctic vagrants to Wales
The suspect’s wife says she “doesn’t understand” the California attack
Law enforcement response to Friday for most accounts Vehicle attack at Parliament building It was quick. Within minutes of the initial report of the shooting, local and federal officers flocked to the scene. A US park police helicopter floated north of the Capitol in a dramatic power show. Still, when the recent raid was finally… Continue reading New Parliamentary attack reveals ongoing security gap, depleted police force