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    YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — U.N. Human Rights Office says the crackdown on protesters by Myanmar authorities has left at least 18 dead. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    BOSTON (AP) — Boston Bruins defenseman Jeremy Lauzon had surgery to repair a broken bone in his left hand and will be out at least a month. Lauzon left Sunday’s outdoor game against Philadelphia after one shift. The team said Wednesday that he will be reevaluated after four weeks. Lauzon, 23, has three assists in 16 games for the Bruins this season. He has averaged 18:32 in ice time per game on the No. 1 defensive pairing with Charlie McAvoy, taking on an increased role with the departure of Zdeno Chara and Torey Krug this offseason. Defensemen Matt Grzelcyk, Kevan Miller and Jakub Zboril also have missed time recently. Coach Bruce Cassidy said Wednesday that Zboril should return Thursday and Grzelcyk shortly after that, but Miller’s knee is still sore. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be...
    Donald Trump has appealed directly to Facebook's 'supreme court' Oversight Board in a bid to rejoin the platform but a decision on whether to permanently ban the former president is expected to take at least two months.  Former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who is a co-chair of the 20-member Oversight Board, told the UK's Channel 4 News on Tuesday that the panel was currently looking over Trump's case.  She said that despite 'trying to do this case a little bit faster', a decision by the panel was not likely for another two and a half months.  The news outlet reported that Trump had made a direct appeal to the Oversight Board to have his ban overturned.  Trump had his Facebook and Instagram accounts suspended in the wake of the deadly riots at the US Capitol on January 6.  The social media giant last month said it was deferring the...
    Police in Athens arrested at least 60 far-left protesters after they stormed the Greek Health Ministry offices in support of an imprisoned far-left terrorist. After invading the government building on Tuesday, the activists unfurled banners and threw flyers around the offices in support of convicted far-left terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas. Police arrived and arrested the far-leftists, taking them to Greek Police’s headquarters (GADA) in central Athens, according to a report from the newspaper I Kathimerini. A group of anarchists stormed the Greek state-run Athens-Macedonian News Agency in support of an imprisoned far-left terrorist currently on a hunger strike. https://t.co/RN97T8MmEQ — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) February 12, 2021 This is the latest demonstration that far-left extremists have made in support of Koufodinas in recent weeks. The far-left terrorist, known as a hitman for the Revolutionary Organization 17 November (17N) terrorist group from 1975 to 2000, has been on hunger strike since January after demanding to...
    The temporary ‘Uri’, which has 105 million people on alert In different parts of the center, south and east of the country, it has already left a score of deaths in different incidents such as falls, fires in homes without electricity, poisonings with carbon monoxide in attempts to generate heat, car accidents or accidents, reports ‘The New York Times’. Low temperatures have also frozen energy sources and left almost four million homes without electricity, three million of them in the state of Texas, prompting the governor, Greg Abbott, to call for investigations and reforms in the Texas Electrical Reliability Council, since, in his words, “the network has been anything but reliable in the last 48 hours”. Meanwhile, in places like Houston, the lack of energy has flooded hospital emergencies with patients affected by carbon monoxide, as some inhabitants have resorted to “dangerous” methods to keep warm before...
    At least 17 deaths have been linked back to Winter Storm Uri, which has torn through Texas, leaving millions without power. A list compiled by the Weather Channel includes several school-age children who died at the hands of the storm, which prompted a range of life-threatening situations. In one instance, a woman and a young girl died after being exposed to carbon monoxide after the family left a car running to heat their powerless house. Two others were taken to a nearby hospital. Harris County, the largest county in Texas, reportedly received 50 calls related to carbon monoxide exposure. Another woman and her three school-age children died in a house fire early Tuesday morning in Sugar Land in a neighborhood that was left without power for roughly eight hours. Two others were injured, and the cause of the fire is being investigated. Others died amid the frigid weather, including a...
    At least six people died and another 36 were taken to hospitals after an accident in Fort Worth, Texas, due to bad weather that involved dozens of vehicles, authorities said. As indicated, the massive crash occurred on Interstate 35W in the city, during the morning of this Friday. Miami World /CNN The accident is one of several that have been reported Thursday in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Austin, Texas areas under hazardous weather conditions. Among them, the freezing rain and the accumulation of ice. In Fort Worth, the massive Interstate 35W crash was reported around 6 a.m. local time. The accident involved 75 to 100 vehicles on a stretch approximately 1 mile long, Fort Worth Police Officer Daniel Segura said. Due to the accident, traffic on the highway was suspended in both directions from I-30 to I-820 on Thursday morning, Fort Worth police posted on Twitter. “We go vehicle by...
    James Wiseman suffered a sprained left wrist in Saturday night’s win over the Detroit Pistons, the Warriors announced Monday. The second-overall pick in November’s draft will be re-evaluated in seven to 10 days, according to the team, which will sideline him for up to five games. It’s a significant hit to the Warriors depth, as they have only one healthy center on the roster. “Glad it’s just a short-term thing,” said Kevon Looney, Golden State’s starting center, “but it’s going to be tough, not having that many [healthy] centers already on the team.” The injury occurred in the third quarter of Saturday night’s win, when Wiseman fell awkwardly on his left wrist after getting bumped by Pistons’ rookie center Isaiah Stewart while going up for an alley-oop. Wiseman was shaken up but continued to play in the game. An MRI on Sunday revealed the wrist was sprained....
    . – created on January 22, 2021 at 8:33 a.m. – updated on January 22, 2021 at 8:33 a.m. – The editorial staff Alert me! on “Terrorist attack” Your registration has been taken into account. You will receive an alert each time this information is updated. The international community immediately reacted by condemning this deadliest attack in Iraq since 2018. This double attack was claimed by Daesh.
    MOUNT POCONO, Pa. (CBS/AP) — A shelter-in-place has been lifted in the Poconos following a series of shootings that left at least four people hurt. The Monroe County shelter-in-place was lifted around 3 a.m. Tuesday. Police have lifted the shelter in place order for Coolbaugh Township. pic.twitter.com/VOcLyXDWv2 — Monroe County OEM (@MonroeCtyOEM) January 19, 2021 Shots rang out not far from each other in at least four different areas of Monroe County, Pennsylvania. A woman was flown to a hospital with a gunshot wound to her back, while another victim appeared to be shot in the head, Pocono Mountain Regional Police Chief Chris Wagner said at a Monday night news conference, during which he said no suspects had been arrested. Police were interviewing people of interest in the shootings, which they believe were connected. Police have also requested multiple search warrants and have witnesses, Wagner said. One of the...
    (CNN)At least seven people, including the bus driver, were injured after a bus crashed through a overpass barrier in New York City's Bronx area, according to the New York Police Department. The tandem bus is now dangling over the roadway below, the NYPD said. The crash happened close to midnight Thursday on the westbound Cross Bronx Expressway and University Avenue, according to the NYPD. Those injured have been taken to nearby hospitals, the police said."The bus fell approximately 50 feet onto the access road," FDNY Deputy Chief Paul Hopper said on New York City Fire Department's Instagram account.FDNY units are on scene of a motor vehicle accident at University Ave and the Cross Bronx Expressway in the Bronx where a tandem bus has crashed through the barriers and is hanging off the overpass onto the roadway below. There are nine civilian injuries reported at this time. pic.twitter.com/00YQ897hhs— FDNY (@FDNY) January...
    At least seven people have been hospitalized after a tandem MTA bus veered off the road and plunged over an overpass in the Bronx.  The incident took place at 11.10pm Thursday evening when the bus driver was 'unable to navigate the roadway and/or experienced brake failure' and went off road, the New York Police Department said to DailyMail.com.  The 'accordion-style' bus veered off the roadway near University Avenue by the exit for the Deegan Expressway, causing the bus to fall onto the Cross Bronx Expressway below. 
    At least two hospitals in Southern California have been found to be vaccinating the relatives of employees working at the facilities, instead of those in the priority groups including the elderly. Redlands Community Hospital in Culver City say they found themselves with 'extra' doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and so reached out to people who didn't work at the medical center.  The hospital claim that the vaccine doses would have otherwise expired and insist that all first-responders working at the 420-bed facility were treated first. At least two hospitals in Southern California have been vaccinating non-frontline workers having received 'extra' doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine including Redlands Community Hospital A relative who works at Southern California Hospital, but did not want to be identified, also said that family members were invited to receive Pfizer vaccines. 'The hospital had planned on vaccinating all of their employees, but a large number...
    Two window cleaners were rescued from a dangling platform after an explosion at a Baltimore building injured at least 10 people and trapped 20 others on Wednesday morning.   The explosion left two workers trapped in the scaffolding, which was seen hanging from the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company's offices in downtown Baltimore.  Images from the scene showed first responders rescuing the workers just before 10am. The trapped employees were rescued through a window. Scroll down for video   At least 10 people have been injured after a reported explosion at a building in Baltimore. Window cleaners were trapped on a scaffolding that was seen dangling from the building (right). They were rescued just before 10am Wednesday morning  According to Baltimore Fire, the explosion caused the roof to partially collapse on the building (pictured) In a tweet, the IAFF Local 734 said there was 'evidence of an explosion on the...
    Getty Images Kemba Walker will miss at least 12 weeks Boston Celtics All-Star Kemba Walker will be missing the start of the regular season, the team announced Tuesday. After a stem-cell injection in his left knee, Walker is now on a 12-week program. He’s slated to be re-evaluated by early January. The Celtics will begin their two-game preseason schedule on December 15 at Philadelphia against the 76ers and conclude it on December 18 against the Brooklyn Nets at TD Garden. The NBA regular season will commence on December 22.February, 2020: Kemba Walker Has Right Knee Drained, InjectionWalker, who before this year was considered one of the league’s ironmen at the point guard position, rarely missed any games until last winter. Following the All-Star break, Kemba’s left knee worsened. Tuesday’s news means this isn’t the first time Walker’s knee went under the needle. He had it drained and received...
    Three people have been arrested after a random shooting spree that spanned across Nevada and Arizona on Thanksgiving Day that left one person dead and at least four others injured.  The ordeal started in Henderson, Nevada and ended hours later in western Arizona when the three suspects crashed their vehicle following a shoot out and chase with local law enforcement.  Authorities in both Nevada and Arizona have not released the names of the three suspects.  The incident began in Henderson when local police received reports of a shooting at a 7-Eleven just before 1am on Thursday. The ordeal started at the 7-Eleven in Henderson, Nevada where one man was shot dead and ended hours later in western Arizona when the three suspects crashed their vehicle following a shoot out and chase with local law enforcement When officers arrived at the scene they found a 22-year-old man dead from a gunshot...
    There're still three weeks left to enroll in Obamacare individual insurance plans (in most states), if that's something you need to do. Enrollments end on Dec. 15, though President-elect Joe Biden is probably going to reopen it as soon as he’s sworn in in January to make sure that everyone who’s been affected by the pandemic has that as an alternative. There's every indication with Donald Trump out and a Supreme Court that’s skeptical at best about striking the law down that it will be around for the next plan year. Outside of all the politics that have been swirling around the Affordable Care Act for the last four years, it has grown and remained remarkably stable. For the third year in a row, the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) finds, several new insurers are either entering the market to offer plans on the exchange, or are expanding into new regions for 2021. KFF identified 30...
    Police in North Carolina have released new footage of a deadly mass shooting that occurred on Juneteenth, killing three and injuring six who were celebrating the holiday. The shooting happened during a block party in Charlotte on June 22, with at least 180 bullets being fired from at least ten different weapons. Police chose to release the 63-second video after reaching a dead end in tracking down any suspects almost five months after the shooting. The video shows several men idling behind a black SUV when gunshots start to ring out. Two of the men quickly take off and other partygoers run past the SUV as well. As gunshots continue to ring out, two men take cover behind the black SUV and start firing their weapons, with one firing straight ahead and another seemingly shooting bullets into the air. The two men continue to fire as they get into the...
    A North Carolina news crew almost plummeted off a bridge after it collapsed during dangerous flash flooding that has killed at least four people and left three missing. Parts of the Tar Heel state experienced torrential downpours and as much as 10 inches of rain inundated roadways on Thursday.  The heavy rain came as Tropical Storm Eta spiraled away from Florida towards the Atlantic Ocean, but left behind tropical moisture that mixed with a cold front to produce flash flooding. In one scary incident, Fox46 reporter Amber Roberts and photojournalist Jonathan Monte were forced to flee as a bridge in Alexander County collapsed live on-air. NERVES OF STEEL! God bless this crew who held it together as the bridge they were on collapsed into rushing floodwaters. @AmberFOX46 was reporting LIVE on dangerous conditions in NC. So glad they're all ok. ????: @FOX46News MORE: https://t.co/0BugE75ZsX @RexChapman @fox5dc pic.twitter.com/quboEW6RZB— angie goff (@OhMyGOFF) November...
    File photo. Riot police detain a protester during an anti-government protest in Bogotá, Colombia, September 21, 2020. REUTERS / Luisa González BOGOTÁ, Nov 10 (.) – At least eight young people detained at a police station in a central Colombian city have died after suffering severe burns in a fire that broke out in their cell, a councilor who called the done as a “massacre” in the midst of police abuse. The fire occurred on September 4 in the city of Soacha, south of Bogotá, five days before the death of a man due to the aggression of two policemen who shocked him with an electric pistol, a fact that generated violent protests that they left 13 people dead, hundreds injured, in addition to the destruction of buses and barracks. “On September 4, we suffered another massacre,” said Bogotá City Councilor Diego Cancino in a...
    Millions across the US and the world have watched the results slowly drip in for one of the most highly-anticipated elections of all time. A number of American national newspapers captured the mood with front pages highlighting the split in the country, with the Washington Post opting for 'A nation divided' and the Daily News depicting the White House split in half red, half blue. Others in the US Press addressed the suspense with headlines such as 'A tense wait' and 'Waiting for an answer' as more states went to the Republicans or Democrats, but no clear winner emerged. Local newspapers focused on the election results in their patch, with the Dallas Morning News posting: 'A tense wait: Trump takes Texas; battlegrounds to decide White House; Cornyn cruises to fourth term with win over Hegar'. The Philadelphia Inquirer, which sits in swing state Pennsylvania which could decide the election, used: 'Still counting... A nation...
    Typhoon Goni killed at least 10 people in the eastern Philippines on Sunday while nearly one million people were evacuated to emergency shelters, according to The Associated Press. Nine people in the province of Albay were killed and at least one was located in Catanduanes.  The storm tore through the Catanduanes province with winds up to 140 mph and gusts of 174 mph, destroying about 150 houses, AP reported. The homes were damaged by volcanic mudflows triggered by the storm. The typhoon touched part of the country’s capital city Manila, but left it relatively untouched. Manila’s main airport was shut down for one day, canceling dozens of international and domestic flights. Goni is one of the most powerful typhoons to occur this year. The storm hit provinces that were still recovering from a deadly typhoon one week ago. The Philippines is also in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the second most cases...
    Late-night hosts laugh off White Houses insane claim that Trump ended the pandemic Trump vs. Biden: How the 2020 Election Results Will Affect the Stock Market Kyle Busch after 16-season win streak: Ive got at least 10 more years left It took 34 races, but Kyle Busch won in 2020. Until Wednesday night at Texas Motor Speedway, the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series champion hadn’t won a race this season, and he was bounced from the playoffs a couple weeks ago. © Provided by For The Win But without a win and only a few races left, Busch was on the verge of snapping a 15-year streak of winning at least one race in each of his full-time Cup Series seasons. Well, after taking the Texas checkered flag, Busch extended that streak to 16 seasons. Maintaining that record was more important to Busch than defending his championship because of what...
    At least four teens, some as young as 14, were victims of Chicago’s weekend violence that saw 35 people shot and half a dozen killed, according to media reports. A total of 35 people were struck by gunfire between Friday and Sunday and six were killed during the bloody 3-day period, according to CBS Chicago. Antwon Winters, 14, was struck fatally by a bullet in the chest during a Friday quadruple shooting, the local outlet reported. A 15-year-old was shot in the leg, another 14-year-old was shot in the toe and a third teen, 15, was grazed by a bullet in the face, according to CBS Chicago. A 42-year-old man was killed after he was reportedly ambushed and gunned down while taking a smoke break, the local outlet reported. Chicago police stand guard as demonstrators protest outside the department’s 7th District station on August 11, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois (Scott...
    At least 118 police officers have separated from the Seattle Police Department (SPD) in 2020, according to a Thursday report. “The separations included lateral-moves to other agencies and retirements. The bulk included those who resigned,” a Fox News article said. Seattle Police Officer Guild President Mike Solan recently told the Jason Rantz Show on Seattle’s KTTH that “Your 911 call for help will go unanswered for a significant amount of time.” The Fox News article continued: The 39 seperations occurred in September after the Seattle City Council made good on its promise to approve sweeping proposals that would slash the police department budget by $4 million and cut as many as 100 officers from the force. The previous four months saw a high of 16 separations in August, compared to a low of 10 in both May and July. There have been at least eight separations in October so far, a source told Rantz. Former Police Chief...
    (CNN)At least 40 rounds were fired during a shooting that left two people dead and over a dozen others injured at a house party in upstate New York, authorities said.The party in Rochester started early Saturday as an invite-only event before it eventually grew in size after two nearby parties "infiltrated" the house. Three or four people had handguns, Capt. Frank Umbrino said. Shooting at a backyard party in Rochester leaves 2 dead and 14 woundedThe two people killed and 14 wounded were in their late teens to early 20s. Police responded to calls of gunshots around 12:25 a.m. and were met with 100 to 200 people attempting to flee on foot and in vehicles, he said. Those killed did not live at the home and they were not the intended targets, Umbrino said. No suspects were in custody, and no motive was immediately known."A number of our young people...
    Former Carroll County Prosecutor Robert Ives has spoken out about the Delphi case The former prosecutor who worked on the infamous unsolved murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana has spoken out in a new podcast about the case, revealing chilling information about the 'odd' crime scene. Liberty German, 14, and Abigail William, 13, vanished on February 13, 2017 while hiking the Monon High Bridge Trail. Their bodies were discovered the following day in the woods about a half-mile from the trail. The quick-thinking teens were able to capture video and audio of the killer, portions of which have been released by police, but so far investigators have been unable to zero in on a suspect. Now Liberty's sister Kelsi, who is studying forensic psychology to find the killer, has renewed her appeals for information in the case, tweeting on Monday: 'Someone out there knows something. So say something.'...
    Much more than typical, the stakes are monumental for Joe Biden’s speech Thursday night time to the Democratic Nationwide Conference. He wants to point out he’s nonetheless capable of lead the nation — and lead because the reasonable he’s lengthy claimed to be, not the far-left extremist his occasion’s base calls for. Biden’s all the time been a little bit of an area case in public: His first presidential run collapsed again in 1987 as a result of he forgot to say he was quoting British politician Neil Kinnock in a protracted speech “recalling” the hardships of rising up because the son of a coal miner. (Joe’s dad was in truth born rich however hit monetary troubles earlier than winding up as a used-car salesman.) His fumblemouth is as notable as his predilection for bodily “touching” that generally crosses the road. However now he’s 77 and has spent almost...
    Even more than usual, the stakes are enormous for Joe Biden’s speech Thursday night to the Democratic National Convention. He needs to show he’s still able to lead the nation — and lead as the moderate he’s long claimed to be, not the far-left extremist his party’s base demands. Biden’s always been a bit of a space case in public: His first presidential run collapsed back in 1987 because he forgot to mention he was quoting British politician Neil Kinnock in a long speech “recalling” the hardships of growing up as the son of a coal miner. (Joe’s dad was in fact born wealthy but hit financial troubles before winding up as a used-car salesman.) His fumblemouth is as notable as his predilection for physical “touching” that sometimes crosses the line. But now he’s 77 and has spent nearly six months in seclusion, with minimal exposure to the public or...
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — More than a week of torrential rain in South Korea has left at least 30 dead and 12 missing in landslides, floods and other incidents, the government said Sunday while warning of further downpour. The causalities include 13 dead and two missing from the last two days of heavy rainfall in southern South Korea, the Ministry of the Interior and Safety said in a report. The rain on Thursday and Friday also left more than 3,700 displaced as it flooded residential areas, roads and farming fields in the southern region. The safety ministry said the Seoul area and the southern region are expected to receive more heavy rain on Sunday. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Berlin was the scene of a terrible tragedy on Sunday July 26th. A car ran into passers-by and at least 7 people were injured. On the account of the regional daily Berliner Zeitung, Agence Sputnik informs that a tragedy occurred this Sunday July 26 in Berlin, in Germany. A Mercedes black left the road and headed for passers-by on the sidewalk. These facts took place near the station of the zoological garden, around 7:20 a.m. This incident left at least seven injured, three of them very seriously. A person finding himself under the wheels of the vehicle had to be resuscitated, detailed the daily. Alerted, 60 firefighters were deployed to the scene with 2 rescue helicopters. The driver, 24 years old and living in Berlin has been arrested. His car has an Estonian license plate. The circumstances of the tragedy are not yet specified.Police said no evidence of religious or...
    Matthew Rozsa July 26, 2020 12:00PM (UTC) Earlier this month, former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign released a 110-page document containing policy recommendations that the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate will be expected to advocate in his platform and (in theory) follow if elected in November. The conditions which led to the development of this platform are quite consequential. After Biden defeated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for the nomination, Sanders' staff and supporters argued that they could not support Biden merely because he was the only viable alternative to President Donald Trump. Former Sanders staffers joined the Biden campaign with explicit hopes that Biden would incorporate some of Sanders' progressive platform into his own. That was the mentality they brought with them when six policy task forces — on the economy, health care, education, immigration, climate change and criminal justice reform — were formed in May to make policy proposals to the Democratic...
    A.J. Puk received PRP and cortisone injections in his left shoulder, A’s manager Bob Melvin said. The A’s prized left-handed pitcher was slotted to start the season in the fifth spot of Oakland’s rotation, but was placed on the 10-day IL with a left shoulder strain. Puk is likely to be sidelined for two weeks, at least, and is resting for the next 48 hours. Right-handed pitcher Daniel Mengden will fill in for him in the rotation until Puk’s return from injury. In other rotation news: Jesús Luzardo, who missed the first two weeks of summer camp with coronavirus, is slated to pitch in either the first or second game of the regular season, Melvin announced. He is expected to come out of the bullpen and get stretched out to three innings before he can be slotted into the rotation. Luzardo pitched to Ramón Laureano in live batting practice prior...
    A sample of police tape at an unidentified crime scene. REUTERS/Max Whittaker Police in Peoria, Illinois, responded to report of multiple people shot in the early hours of Sunday morning after a fight broke out at a large gathering on the city's Riverfront, according to local reports. An investigation is underway for the suspects that left six men and seven women injured in "a result of a dispute between groups of people," the Peoria Journal Star reported. The outlet reported that the shooting came as the latest incident in a violent weekend for the city, which counted 17 people shot and one killed in multiple incidents over the past few days. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Multiple shooters left 13 people injured early Sunday morning in Peoria, Illinois, in what police told local outlets was a fallout from a fight at a large gathering. The Peoria...
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