UPDATED - Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Buckcherry's August OKC concert postponed
Buckcherry plans to perform in OKC in support of its eighth studio album "Warpaint."
Doctor dies of coronavirus after being on frontline in Republic's hospitals
A hospital in Dublin has confirmed that one of its doctors has died after contracting Covid-19.
German man goes on trial for deadly 2019 attack on synagogue in Halle
A German man went on trial Tuesday for a Yom Kippur attack on a synagogue that is considered one of the worst anti-Semitic assaults in the country's post-war history.
Pune: Motorcyclists open fire at manager of farmhouse in Wadgaon Maval
Police have identified the victim as Milind Madhukar Manerikar (45), a resident of Talegaon. Police said Manerikar sustained three bullet injuries and has been admitted to a hospital for treatment.
White House closes cafeteria after worker tests positive for coronavirus
The White House closed one of its cafeterias and began conducting contact tracing after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
Training on piggery rearing & management in Longleng
Six-day Skill Training of Rural Youth (STRY) training programme on “piggery rearing and management” was organised by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Longleng from July 13-18 at KVK office, Longleng.
SC dismisses plea against home delivery of alcohol in Pune, Nasik
"We are not interested to hear this petition. Liquor is not an essential thing, why we should make an urgent order," a bench of the apex court, headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar said.
Will pharmacies in Oman open during lockdown?
Will pharmacies operate during the period of movement ban from 7pm to 6am?
Cardiff's Castle Street will soon be open as an al fresco dining hub
Work on the transformation has already started
Vietnam goes on coronavirus alert after first local infection in 100 days
Vietnam had reported no locally transmitted infections for 100 days until Friday, when the Health Ministry said a 57-year-old man from Danang, a tourist hot spot, had tested positive
New guidelines for third phase; barbershops, gyms, some restaurants to reopen in Qatar
Doha: Barbershops and hairdressers in the country can reopen with up to 30% capacity with strict disinfection measures said Dr Hamad Al Romaihi, Director of Health Protection and Communicable Disease Control at the Public Health Department and co-chair of the National Pandemic Preparation Committee while addressing a press conference today evening.
Farm shop closed 'temporarily' after family member tests positive for Covid-19
Click and collect service still operating
Sinclair Pulls the Plug on Anti-Fauci Propaganda — This Time
Will the broadcasting company now drop a program attacking the prominent public health expert, or just repackage it?
Hong Kong bans restaurant dining as it battles new wave of coronavirus
The measures, which take effect from Wednesday, are the first time the densely populated city has completely banned dining in restaurants. Since late January, more than 2,700 people have been infected in Hong Kong, 20 of whom have died.
What is the Islamic weekend?
For many people, the standard weekend is Saturday and Sunday. That’s not true for Muslims in some Islamic nations.
Tributes flow for Bruce Balharrie, a stock and station agent well-known in Ballarat
Bruce Balharrie, a stock and station agent well-known in Ballarat, died last Friday after a tractor accident at Myrniong.
Iran Opens a Supermarket in Venezuela With High-Tech Covid Defenses
A supermarket opened in Caracas on Thursday -- not normally a newsworthy event.
Dozens of SC residents receive suspicious seeds in mail from China
On Thursday, the South Carolina Department of Agriculture confirmed that dozens of unsolicited deliveries have been reported across the state.
Gov't considers stockpiling 'Abenomasks' after delivery plan draws criticism
The Japanese government is considering stockpiling most of the additional cloth masks it intended to deliver mainly to nursing care facilities to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus following criticism of the plan from opposition parties and some members of the public, a government source said. Originally, the…
Government slammed for announcing new restrictions ‘late at night’
Restrictions came into force at midnight on Friday.
Plea against parading accused before media: SHRC calls for report
The petitioner submitted that the “colonial practice” was the worst form of human rights abuse of individuals
Obama’s call to abolish filibuster puts further spotlight on the tactic | Honolulu Star-Advertiser
WASHINGTON >> Former President Barack Obama called Thursday for eliminating the filibuster, joining a growing chorus of Democrats who portray the Senate’s signature procedural weapon as an obstacle to social progress that must be abolished if the party captures the Senate and White House.
Chirag questions prohibition's impact in Bihar in fresh salvo at Nitish
LJP president Chirag Paswan attacked CM questioning the success of prohibition in Bihar as he cited a case in which a ward councillor, reportedly in an inebriated state, abused him and his father
Ukraine sends another batch of proof of Russian crimes in Crimea to Hague court
At least two new victims of war crimes are registered in the occupied territory every day.
Robert Durst murder trial to resume in 2021 because of virus
LOS ANGELES - The California murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst is scheduled to resume before a jury in April after the multimillionaire
Makers to obtain NOC from the Ministry of Defence for Army theme film, web series
Nagaland Page is an English newspaper published from Dimapur, Nagaland.
'Treat us with respect' pleads traveller after 'dirty looks' amid Craven Arms outbreak
A traveller from a Shropshire camp at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak has pleaded for people to treat the community with respect.
Robert Durst murder trial to resume in 2021 because of virus
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The California murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst is scheduled to resume before a jury in April after the multimillionaire rejected an offer Friday to let a judge decide his fate sooner.The case had been set to restart in July after a four-month delay because of the coronavirus outbreak but defense lawyers had objected over health concerns for jurors, themselves and their 77-year-old client.Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark Windham said he would resume the case April 12.Windham had offered Durst the option of a bench trial at a July 17 hearing. He gave defense lawyers two weeks to consult with their client to see if he wanted to waive his right to a jury and let the
WATCH: Sikhala release new video of himself in the bush
Wanted by police accused of inciting public violence over planned protests on #July31, MDC deputy national chairman Job Sikhala releases new video of himself in...
Greece issues first statement about alleged purchase of Turkish drones
BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:40 P.M.) – On Friday, the Greek Ministry of  Defense commented on the news reported about the purchase of drones from Turkey. “The Ministry of National Defense flatly denies the rumors and unconfirmed information reported by foreign media that claimed that the Greek army intends to purchase Turkish-made drones.” According to the Greek Ministry of Defense, there are “targeted leaks” that have appeared in the foreign and Greek media since the end of May, but have not been confirmed. “The information published on the Internet, especially on news sites, must be carefully verified before it is republished within the country. This is required under the basic rules of journalistic ethics, especially when it comes to sensitive issues related to national defense and security,” the ministry said. According to Article 191 of the Greek Criminal Code, the publication of false news or rumors that undermine “trust in the national economy or the armed forces of the country and undermine international relations”…
Robert Durst murder trial to resume in 2021 because of virus
The California murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst is scheduled to resume before a jury in April after the multimillionaire rejected an offer Friday to let a judge decide his fate sooner.
Kremlin calls for release of Russians accused of conspiracy in Belarus
Russia demanded that 33 of its citizens who had been arrested in Belarus be released.
Kremlin demands release of Russians held in Belarus
The Kremlin has asked ex-Soviet ally Belarus to release 33 Russian men detained in Minsk over an alleged plot to organise riots before next month's presidential elections.
Teenager charged as 'mastermind' of Twitter hack of politicians, celebrities
A 17-year-old was the "mastermind," state officials said, of a hack that turned into an embarrassment for Twitter and called into question the security provided by a range of tech companies.
Bulgaria: Large Drug Lab in Yambol was Interupted During a Police Operation
A large drug laboratory in Yambol was broken down during an operation by the prosecutor's office and the police. On three floors in the former building of "Toplofikatsiya - Yambol" was built a full cycle of cultivation, processing and packaging of marijuana.
Teenager charged as 'mastermind' of Twitter hack of politicians, celebrities
A 17-year-old was the "mastermind," state officials said, of a hack that turned into an embarrassment for Twitter and called into question the security provided by a range of tech companies.
Russia and Belarus at odds over arrest of suspected mercenaries
A dispute between Moscow and Minsk over the detention of more than 30 men who Belarus accused of being Russian mercenaries deepened on Saturday, as the two sides contradicted each other about the group's plans. The arrests this week, shortly before an Aug. 9 presidential election in Belarus, could
Vindman describes 'campaign of bullying, intimidation and retaliation' by Trump, allies in op-ed
Former National Security Council (NSC) member Lt. Col.
‘Mastermind’ accused of Twitter hack just out of high school
Clark’s mother, Emiliya Clark, told NBC News that her son was innocent. “I believe he didn’t do it. I’ve spoken to him every day,” she said. “I’m devastated.”
Ransomware feared as possible saboteur for United States Presidential election
Federal authorities say one of the gravest threats to the November election is a well-timed ransomware attack that could paralyse voting operations. The threat isn't just from foreign governments,
Stealing from your own people is a crime; stealing during the pandemic is a crime against humanity
There should be a place in jail for everyone who steals from their own people. But there should be a place in Hell for those who find the fortitude within them to steal from the people during a pandemic.
Go read this investigation into the troubled past of alleged Twitter hacker
Including Minecraft scams and SIM-swapping.
Spain's ex-king Juan Carlos leaves country amid suspicions of bribery from Saudi Arabia
As Spain investigates former king Juan Carlos I for alleged money laundering, the retired monarch has decided to move out of the country. In his letter, he says he had "always wanted the best for Spain and the Crown."
Four people arrested during the British Grand Prix
Not only was the end of the British Grand Prix noteworthy, but there was also a commotion just before the start of the race. Four protesters had entered the circuit and were arrested by the police.
Owner of Dublin's famous Temple Bar slams government for 'blaming Covid-19 crisis on pubs'
THE OWNER of one of Ireland's most famous bars has hit out at the government for supposedly blaming the coronavirus crisis on pubs and pub-goers. Tom Cleary, who runs the Temple Bar in Dublin, has roundly slammed the government's approach to the pandemic, criticising them for creating a "folly" that "pubs cause the virus" and for potentially crippling the industry by keeping so called 'wet pubs' closed. "Offices are closed, there's no tourists, Dublin city centre is dead," he told the Irish Independent. "The Health Minister and civil servants are detached from reality. The rumours are the pubs won't be allowed to open on August 10, that it'll be pushed back due to an increase in cases. "That's unfair. We were closed for months, so it's not our fault there are more cases. Advertisement "The Government needs to look at house parties and excessive drinking from drinks bought in off-licences and supermarkets." Pubs across the country were universally closed back in March, but those able to offer customers a 'substantial…
Chinese state media decries the planned 'theft' of TikTok
China's state media isn't happy with President Trump's — and possibly Microsoft's — plans for TikTok. In an editorial published this week about the potential sale of TikTok in the United States, the Beijing-run China Daily newspaper slams the Trump administration while warning that China "will by no means accept the 'theft' of a Chinese technology company," per Bloomberg. U.S. lawmakers have long raised security concerns about TikTok, the video app owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, and President Trump recently vowed to ban it in the United States. On Monday, he said he would not do so quite yet as Microsoft explores a potential purchase. Strangely, Trump also demanded that the U.S Treasury receives a "very substantial" cut of such a sale. As those talks unfold, the editorial in the China Daily paper compares the United States' actions to an "officially sanctioned 'steal' of Chinese technology" while warning that China "has plenty of ways to respond if the administration carries out its planned smash and…
Spain's ex-king Juan Carlos leaves country amid suspicions of bribery from Saudi Arabia
As Spain investigates former king Juan Carlos I for alleged money laundering, the retired monarch has decided to move out of the country. In his letter, he says he had "always wanted the best for Spain and the Crown."
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