A woman was shot dead at an intersection in southwest Houston
According to Fort Lauderdale police, a Fort Lauderdale police officer shot and killed the suspect on Sunday morning, ending 911 calls on shooting warnings and domestic violence. TFlorida law enforcement agencies, as standard, investigate shootings. Police at Fort Lauderdale said a ShotSpotter warning against 1000 blocks on Northwest 6th Avenue and a call for domestic… Continue reading The situation of domestic violence has turned into police shooting, says Fort Lauderdale police.
Cairo (AP) —Sunday the European Union called for the departure of all foreign troops and mercenaries from Libya and described it as a “precondition” for returning to the stability of a war-torn country. At a press conference in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, EU Council Chair Charles Michel described the appointment of the interim government earlier this… Continue reading European leaders urge foreign fighters to leave Libya
Officials said last week an eight-year-old boy was accidentally vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine in northern Texas because of “human error.” The boy’s father reportedly Register your child onlineAssuming that the boy can be vaccinated if he can register, according to KXAS. “He was under the assumption that’I submitted his information and he got the… Continue reading An eight-year-old child was vaccinated against COVID in Texas due to “human error,” officials say
News analysis The Regina City Council’s vote to remove the statue of Sir John A. McDonald from a prominent city park is the latest in the monument to the founder of Canada and the trend to remove his name from the building, and some It is worrisome to historians and others. Brian Geese Brecht, a… Continue reading McDonald’s statue in Regina Park latest going
Congressman Madison Corthorn (R-North Carolina) will speak on the house floor. House TV via AP Republicans are promoting the benefits of the COVID-19 Relief Act, which they opposed in Congress. Mitch McConnell said Republicans would “discuss” the issue of the bill with Americans. Meanwhile, healthcare and restaurant funding has been praised by some GOP members.… Continue reading Republicans tout the benefits of the $ 1.9 trillion COVID-19 bailout bill, despite voting against it
New York Times Do you dive to stop the assault? Imagine you were walking down the street and saw a man beating an older woman violently. What do you do if you are only a passerby? That question about ethical responsibility to help strangers in pain and dynamics that prevent people from acting has been… Continue reading The brave dog saved the owner’s life by stopping traffic and flagging the truck when he fell during a walk.
Pristina, Kosovo (AP) — Kosovo lawmakers were elected and pledged to be the new president on Sunday for a five-year term, the second female leader in the post-war Balkans. The 120-seat parliament, convened during the two-day extraordinary session, cast 71 votes for former Speaker Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu in the third round of voting, but 11 were… Continue reading Kosovo becomes second female leader, new president
New York Times Is the second dose bad? If I feel okay, is it working? Can I take Tylenol? Nearly 3 million people in the United States receive the COVID-19 vaccine daily. And every new jab prompts new questions about what to expect after vaccination. Last week I asked readers to send me questions about… Continue reading AstraZeneca was kicked out of a U.S. factory over the turmoil that “ruined a 15m vaccine dose”
British protest Police detained a man for blocking traffic at the Capitol during a “killing a building” protest in London, England, on April 3, 2021. London — British police said on Sunday that 107 people were arrested in London during a demonstration against a government plan to strengthen police powers. Thousands marched in towns and… Continue reading Britain arrests more than 100 people in protest against police bill