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New Zealand had blocked travel to and from New South Wales, Australia's most populous state, on Thursday after a couple in Sydney with no links to high risk professions or people tested positive for COVID-19. The cases prompted a reinstatement of some social distancing measures around Sydney, and a campaign to get more people tested, as authorities scrambled to determine the source of infection. New Zealand COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said travel to and from NSW, home to one-third of Australia's 25 million population, would resume after health officials determined the risk to New Zealand was low.
The fight to make the French language kinder to women took steps forward, and back, this week. Warning that the well-being of France and its future are at stake, the government banned the use in schools of a method increasingly used by some French speakers to make the language more inclusive by feminizing some words. Specifically, the education minister's decree targets what is arguably the most contested and politicized letter in the French language — “e.”
WITNESSING the struggles and sacrifices of their moms in the frontline against Covid-19, some daughters of healthcare frontliners in Cebu intend to be the ones of service for their mothers during their
Dozens of Muslim militants occupied a public market overnight in the southern Philippines before fleeing after a tense standoff with government forces, officials said Saturday. The Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters did not take any hostage or put up resistance when army troops and police took positions at dawn Saturday near the public market in the farming town of Datu Paglas, said military spokesman Lt. Col. John Paul Baldomar.
Former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed remained in intensive care Saturday as security services stepped up the hunt for the attackers, who allegedly used a remote control bomb on the democracy pioneer and climate activist.
Two southern states in India became the latest to declare lockdowns, as coronavirus cases surge at breakneck speed across the country and pressure mounts on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to implement a nationwide shutdown. At over 300,000, Karnataka's capital of Bengaluru has the highest active caseload of any Indian city. Infections have swelled in India since February in a disastrous turn blamed on more contagious variants as well as government decisions to allow massive crowds to gather for religious festivals and political rallies.
A site of prayer became a battlefield in Jerusalem on Friday night after clashes broke out at a mosque between Israeli police and thousands of Palestinians. Police were in riot gear as they fired rubber bullets and stun grenades while Palestinians hurled stones at the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Over 170 Palestinians and at least six officers were injured, according to medics and police on the scene. The city of Jerusalem sits at the core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Anger has been mounting over the potential eviction of Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers. That's led to a long-running legal case which evolved into nightly clashes in East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.On Friday, smaller scuffles also broke out near Sheikh Jarrah, a neighbourhood overwhelmingly populated by Palestinian families - many of which face potential eviction.There, police used water cannon mounted on armored vehicles to disperse several hundred protesters. Calls for calm and restraint poured in from the U.S. and the United Nations.The European Union and the neighbouring country of Jordan voiced alarm at the possible evictions. Israel's Supreme Court will hold a hearing on those evictions on Monday, the same day the country marks Jerusalem Day.That's the annual celebration of its capture of East Jerusalem during the 1967 Middle East war.
Jimenez was taken to hospital after a clash of heads with Arsenal defender David Luiz during a Premier League match in November. He resumed training for Wolves in February and spent time with the Mexico national team during the international break in March. The 29-year-old was a key player for Wolves last season with 27 goals and 10 assists in all competitions as they finished seventh in the league and reached the Europa League quarter-finals.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Top U.S. fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline has shut its entire network after a cyber attack, the company said in a statement on Friday. Colonial Pipeline says it transports 45% of East Coast fuel supply. The company has engaged a third-party cybersecurity firm to launch an investigation, and Colonial has contacted law enforcement and other federal agencies, it said.