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The Vitality Netball Superleague has thrown up a plethora of thrills and spills in 2021, with Team Bath currently leading the race for success at the top of the ranks following 11 rounds of breath-taking action.
Attorney General Merrick Garland announced on Wednesday that the Department of Justice has opened an investigation into whether the Minneapolis Police Department engages in unconstitutional or unlawful policing.
William and Kate visited air cadets in East London on the Queen's birthday.
Enter to win this giveaway or any other Omaze experience now through today, April 21, and receive 300 extra entries into any campaign plus a chance to win $10K with code GOGREEN300. There’s nothing auto writers love more than a performance wagon (except maybe a performance wagon that is also brown), and Omaze is giving away a great one: the Audi RS 6 Avant.
“Loving Highsmith,” a new documentary based on the American crime novelist’s personal writings about her lovers and family, has been acquired by Filmcoopi and Salzgeber & Co for distribution in Switzerland and Germany. Salzgeber & Co will release “Loving Highsmith” in Germany, Filmcoopi in Switzerland. The film, in post-production, was presented Sunday at a Swiss […]
Chancellor Angela Merkel drew up the law after some of Germany's 16 federal states refused to impose tough measures despite a surge in cases. Her government has come under fire for its chaotic handling of lockdowns and slow vaccination campaign.Police said they would break up the protest because many in the crowds of demonstrators were not wearing face masks or keeping a distance from one another. Up to 2,200 officers were on duty in Berlin to manage the protests.Seven people were detained after they attacked officers, while police had to use pepper spray against other demonstrators who threw bottles and tried to climb over barriers.
The team said in a statement that MotoGP rookie Martin, who crashed in practice in Portimao, would undergo surgery in Barcelona later on Wednesday and miss the race in Jerez. Rabat, the 2014 Moto2 champion, was offered the ride for the fourth round of the championship because regular Ducati reserve Michele Pirro has testing commitments at Italy's Mugello circuit.
If the planet is going to shift to a low carbon future, someone’s got to fund it - and fund it well.Enter UN climate envoy Mark Carney … and his U.S. peer John Kerry.The duo announced a new plan aimed at the world’s financial system, helping it move the global economy to net zero greenhouse gas emissions.[U.S. climate envoy John Kerry, saying:] "This is the critical fight for all of us. And I know that sounds a little highfaluting to some people. But the evidence, the science, is coming back at us stronger, harder, bigger, faster. And it's telling us that we are running out of time, which is what scientists say."Kerry and Carney's new group - Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) - will bring existing net zero initiatives together under one umbrella, ensuring all sub-sector efforts are consistent and ambitious.So far, more than 160 firms with assets of at least $70 trillion have signed up.That includes 43 banks - such as Barclays, Morgan Stanley, HSBC and Citi.Carney said that "this is the breakthrough in mainstreaming climate finance the world needs". Net zero initiatives aren't new.Many banks, insurers and asset managers have already started to commit to some form of climate action.But their efforts are often disjointed.Frameworks used can differ, some aren’t rooted in climate science or aren’t backed up by targets.Kerry and Carney’s plan aims to fix the issue.All members will need to have their climate plans in line with the UN’s “Race to Zero” campaign.It’ll ensure efforts are science-based, cover all emission types, have 2030 interim targets, and commit to transparent reporting and accounting.
The UK’s oldest national park tops the list.
Another day of protests in Myanmar, this time a candlelight vigil for the over 700 people activists say have been killed in the months of turmoil since the military coup.3,300 people are also said to be in prison, with 20 sentenced to death, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners.Meanwhile, the Nikkei Asia news agency is reporting that the leader of the coup, General Min Aung Hlaing,will attend a major summit of Asian countries in Jakarta this weekend to discuss the crisis.Reuters has not confirmed the move, but Myanmar's military has shown little willingness in the past to engage with its neighbors over it. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, which is hosting the summit, has ten members including Myanmar -- and they're all split over how to guide Myanmar out of the unrest.Diplomatic sources tell Reuters that the United Nations special envoy for Myanmar is flying out to Jakarta ahead of the summit, but they were doubtful that the general would appear in person or meet with the U.N.
These adorable, spring-inspired smartphone accessories are made in part with plant-based materials, recycled plastics or are 100 percent compostable.
Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland, Brian Sozzi, Julie Hyman, and Kristin Myers recap the Derek Chauvin Trial.
Some were careless, while others simply weren't all that worried about hanging on to the award.
For Nichola Fryday, there was no feeling quite like stepping back out onto the rugby pitch after Covid-19’s many disruptions - even if they did help balance her hectic schedule.
Apple hosted its annual spring event to unveil new products. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Howley shares the details.
McLaren has found a buyer for its headquarters in Woking, England. It sold the facility to a New York-based investment firm named Global Net Lease, but it's not planning on moving to a new home anytime soon. Hit hard by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the British firm put a "for sale" sign on its lawn in September 2020 with a major catch: The new owner would need to lease the facility back to McLaren in the foreseeable future.
Carolyn Everson — vice president of Facebook's Global Business Group — acknowledged the company still has "a lot more work to do" to achieve diversity in its leadership ranks.
"We're seeing formerly active social landscapes transformed into dead spaces. These are these are really unhealthy for us."