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Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir have sent at least 168 Rohingya refugees to a holding center, police said Sunday, in a process that they say is for the deportation of thousands of the refugees living in the region. The move began Saturday following a directive from the region’s home department to identify Rohingya living in the southern city of Jammu, said Inspector-General Mukesh Singh. “All of them are illegally living here and we have begun identifying them,” Singh said.
Arsenal felt they should have had a penalty when the ball hit second-half substitute Pieters' arm in the box and shortly afterwards he went close to putting his side ahead with a volley that was tipped over the bar by Bernd Leno. Pieters was then sent off for handball when he cleared a goalbound Nicolas Pepe shot in the penalty area but VAR overturned referee Andre Marriner's decision to show him a red card and award Arsenal a spot kick.
Travis Cains looks over to the spot where he and George Floyd watched the world go by when they were young. It was on those steps that Cains — who considers himself Floyd's older brother and stuck with him through the highs of sports stardom at school to the lows of addiction and incarceration — became convinced that Floyd was destined to make his mark on the world. Floyd is a martyr for us.
SECTION 14, Article 3 (Bill of Rights) of the 1987 Constitution states: (1) “No person shall be held to answer for a criminal offense without due process of law. (2) In all criminal prosecutions, the
Iran has released British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, her lawyer Hojjat Kermani told Iranian website Emtedad on Sunday, after her five-year prison sentence for plotting to overthrow the clerical establishment. "She has been freed."
TWO days before the International Women’s Day and a week before the announcement of the lockdown imposed a year ago, the Ecumenical Women’s Forum (EWF), a formation of women from Roman Catholic and
Gary Oldershaw spoke out on Facebook on 4 January after seeing seven patients die during a 12-hour shift in the intensive care unit at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford.
The former South African president is using warfare metaphors to defend himself and persuade his supporters to continue supporting him.
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Marco Odermatt continued his late-season surge with a dominant victory in the World Cup super-G in Saalbach, Austria, on Sunday.
Welcomed by crowds waving Iraqi and Vatican flags, singing in celebration, Pope Francis arrived in the ancient city of Mosul on Sunday (March 7) on the last leg of his Iraq trip aimed at boosting morale among the country's beleaguered Christian population.The 84-year-old pope walked past ruins of houses and churches to Hosh al-Bieaa, known as Church Square in English, a square that was once the thriving centre of the old town. The red carpet lining his path was set amongst the rubble. The northern city was occupied by Islamic State from 2014 to 2017. He heard testimonies from Muslim and Christian residents about their lives under the brutal rule of the militants and he blessed their vow to rise up from the ashes. Francis then read a prayer repeating one of the main themes of his trip, the first by a pope to Iraq, that it is always wrong to hate, kill or wage war in God's name.The pope, visibly moved by the devastation around him, also prayed for all of Mosul's dead.He observed a moment of silence for those killed in the violence from a golf cart, which then circled around the ruins.
Pope Francis held a prayer for the victims of war in Iraq and the Middle East on March 7 amid the ruins of churches in Mosul that have been destroyed by Isis.The event was held at Hosh al-Bieaa near the rubble of Al-Tahera Syriac Catholic Church, which was used as a “tribunal” by Islamist militants.This is Francis’s third day of his four-day visit to the country, where he was also expected to visit Erbil and Qaraqosh. Credit: Vatican News via Storyful
Austrian authorities have suspended inoculations with a batch of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine as a precaution while investigating the death of one person and the illness of another after the shots, a health agency said on Sunday. "The Federal Office for Safety in Health Care (BASG) has received two reports in a temporal connection with a vaccination from the same batch of the AstraZeneca vaccine in the district clinic of Zwettl" in Lower Austria province, it said. One 49-year-old woman died as a result of severe coagulation disorders, while a 35-year-old woman developed a pulmonary embolism and is recovering, it said.
With freezing temperatures hitting Texas during the recent winter storm, a cat at a Highlands farm made the most of ice being melted so other animals would have non-frozen water by licking a slab.Footage captured by Cindi Mire and posted to YouTube on February 19 shows her pet licking ice as she was melting ice for livestock on her farm.Speaking to Storyful, Mire said, “I had to bring in ice from my water buckets for my horses, cows, goats, chickens, dogs and donkeys to melt on the stove and microwave so they could have some water that wasn’t frozen.”She added, “So while I was melting it, she was fascinated. She follows me wherever I go. She’s like my little helper.” Credit: Cindi Mire via Storyful
The battle to pass a COVID-19 relief bill demonstrated how hard things will be for U.S. President Joe Biden's Democrats in Congress, facing opposition from right and left as they try to score big wins with small majorities. A smiling Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sang the praises of Democratic unity on Saturday after his chamber approved the $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid plan, one of the largest economic stimulus packages ever. But a day earlier, the Senate was paralyzed for hours when just one Democrat bucked a proposal from his own party affecting unemployment benefits.
Forty-seven mushers and their teams of huskies were due to begin their trek into the Alaska wilderness on Sunday for the 49th annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, on a course drastically altered by the coronavirus pandemic. Access to the start area - a secluded spot at the edge of a frozen river in Willow, Alaska, about 75 miles north of Anchorage – has been confined to competitors and essential race personnel. Canceled was the usual Saturday ceremonial kickoff to the race in Anchorage, a day of festivities that traditionally have packed Iditarod fans into the downtown district of Alaska's largest city.
Israel has almost emerged from its COVID-19 closures, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on the campaign trail, said on Sunday as restaurants reopened under an exit plan fuelled by fast-paced vaccinations. But health officials cautioned that rising contagions could trigger another lockdown - a possible dampener on Netanyahu's hope of parlaying his pandemic policies to victory in a March 23 ballot. "Restaurants are coming back to life," Netanyahu said after he and Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion clinked mugs and tucked into pastries outside at a park cafe.
India breezed into the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) following their 3-1 series victory against England on Sunday but head coach Ravi Shastri is still bitter how the qualifying rules were changed last year. The nine top test teams were originally scheduled to play six series each over two years in the WTC, with the top two making the showcase final in London. But after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the game last year, the governing International Cricket Council decided to rank teams based on percentage of points earned from completed matches, instead of total points, to determine the finalists.
A doctor who won the UK MasterChef programme in 2017 said she was “delighted” to be involved in a campaign urging people to get vaccinated against COVID-19, footage for which was published on March 6.Saliha Mahmood Ahmed, a gastroenterologist, said the campaign had an “incredibly important message”.In footage published by NHS England, she says that she knows “there is a lot of worry about the vaccine” but urges people to get vaccinated.“I know lots of girls are worried about fertility,” Ahmed says. “The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have told us that there’s no known correlation at all between the vaccine and infertility.”Ahmed wasn’t the only TV cooking star to make a video urging people to get vaccinated: Great British Bake Off star Nadiya Hussain urged members of the British Bangladeshi community to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Credit: NHS England via Storyful
As I said in my last piece, San Miguel Corp. (SMC) has this uncanny talent to stun us with its player-dealing abilities.Management-wise on player affairs, SMC appears flawless.Amazingly, the SMC top brass’