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A powerful atmospheric river drenched Northern California on the morning of October 24, with the National Weather Service issuing flood warnings.The downpour broke the one-day rainfall record for downtown San Francisco, while also making it the area’s second-wettest October on record. Some rainfall totals passed the one-foot mark.The storm led to 143,000 power outages, according to Pacific Gas & Electric.The National Weather Service said heavy rain, high-elevation snow, and gusty to high winds were forecast for central and Northern California, the Sierra Nevada, and the Great Basin on Monday.Cal Fire said this video shows the “fierce wind and rain” battering the station at Saratoga Summit in Los Gatos. Credit: CAL FIRE via Storyful
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is hoping to be fit enough to meet world leaders at the COP26 climate conference next week after she followed doctor's advice to rest and did not go to church at the weekend, The Sun reported on Monday. The queen routinely attends the All Saints Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Great Park. The Sun said the queen wanted to rest so she would be able to attend the U.N. climate conference in Scotland.
Fans of the franchise should be pleased with Michael's return to form as an unstoppable force of evil.
HSBC has reported a surprise rise in third quarter profits of 74%. Concerns about health-crisis-related bad loans receded, allowing it to announce a share buyback of $2 billion.HSBC though said its cost projections for next year had increased to $32 billion from $31 billion.Due to the pressures of inflation.HSBC is betting on Asia to drive growth, by moving global executives there and ploughing billions into the lucrative wealth business.The bank posted pretax profit of $5.4 billion for the quarter to September.HSBC released $700 million in cash it had put aside in case bad loans spiked.It said economic conditions have improved while loans have performed better than expected.The results from the London-headquartered bank come as rivals such as Citigroup are riding a M&A boom, while fending off weakness in the lending business.It is the second big British lender to report strong results for the quarter.Barclays last week doubled profits on the back of a strong performance from its investment bank advisory business.
The announcement comes amid a slew of other spending commitments made ahead of the autumn budget which is due on Wednesday.
A powerful atmospheric river drenched Northern California on the morning of October 24, with the National Weather Service issuing flood warnings.The downpour broke the one-day rainfall record for downtown San Francisco, while also making it the area’s second-wettest October on record. Some rainfall totals passed a one-foot mark.The storm led to 143,000 power outages, according to Pacific Gas & Electric.This video taken by Instagram user @datboy1700_ shows a flooded intersection in Lodi, California. Credit: @datboy1700_ via Storyful
A former top Saudi Arabian spy has said the country's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman dispatched a feared team of mercenaries to kill him while in exile in Canada.
Amnesty International said Monday it would close its two offices in Hong Kong this year, becoming the latest non-governmental organization to cease its operations amid a crackdown on political dissent in the city. The human rights group said its local office in Hong Kong would close this month while its regional office will close by the end of the year, with regional operations moved to other offices in the Asia-Pacific region. “This decision, made with a heavy heart, has been driven by Hong Kong’s national security law, which has made it effectively impossible for human rights organizations in Hong Kong to work freely and without fear of serious reprisals from the government,” Anjhula Mya Singh Bais, chair of Amnesty’s board, said in a statement.
Frustrated about missing the birth of his child, a man punched and slapped his girlfriend’s three-year-old daughter who was left in his care.
More than 22 million Afghans will suffer "acute food insecurity" this winter, UN agencies said Monday, warning the already unstable country faces one of the world's worst humanitarian crises.
A man in Alberta, Canada, rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling.Video filmed by Kyle Spratt show the moose with its leg stuck. A man can be seen approaching the fence to free it. Once parts of the fence have been cut, the calf rushes off.“I noticed a few coyotes circling the area where the moose was caught up so I knew that it was only a matter of time before they had breakfast,” Spratt told Storyful.Spratt said he called a local farmer who came to help free the moose, while he kept an eye on the calf’s mother who was waiting nearby. One of the two men can be heard saying “there she goes” as the calf runs through the next field.Spratt said after the calf was released, it “met up” with the cow moose. Credit: Kyle Spratt via Storyful
As scores of Indian online startups broaden their catalogs with live and recorded courses for students, a handful of new-age startups are beginning to explore different approaches to serve the market. Teachmint, one such startup that is helping teachers create their own virtual classrooms with a few taps on their smartphones, has raised $78 million in its Series B financing round, TechCrunch has learned and confirmed. Rocketship.vc and Vulcan Capital co-led the new round, the startup said on Monday.
THE members of the Cebu Dominar 400 Motorcycle Group, recently rode their bikes to the Municipality of Badian, Cebu, to conduct their quarterly charity ride and extended their help to the Badian Central
A truck was blown over by powerful winds, obstructing traffic on the Richmond Bridge as a major storm hit the San Francisco Bay Area on October 24.Miranda Kay Holland took this video, which shows the truck on its side. “It was a very windy day and I had noticed going into the bridge that a police officer was already not allowing trucks onto the bridge. Took us about 30 minutes inching along the bridge before we actually saw the truck,” Holland told Storyful.An atmospheric river brought gusty winds along with flooding rains to the Bay Area. At least 3.56 inches of rain had been recorded in the city at around 9:20 pm, the National Weather Service said, smashing the previous daily record of 2.48 inches on October 13, 2009. The NWS said the storm had pushed the month into being the second-wettest on record. Credit: Miranda Kay Holland via Storyful
Turkey's relations with Western allies edged Monday toward their deepest crisis of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's 19-year rule as world capitals braced for Ankara's possible expulsion of ambassadors from the US and nine other countries.
Buy now, pay later services like Affirm, Klarna, Afterpay and many others have seen their businesses grow in huge leaps, as consumers buying goods increasingly turned to alternatives to credit to delay paying for them in full. Now a Berlin-based startup called Billie that has built a similar service -- but specifically targeting B2B transactions -- is seeing a lift of its own boat from that rising tide. The company has raised $100 million in a Series C round of funding, money that it will be using to continue building out the range of BNPL-type services that it provides to organizations buying goods to run their businesses, both in Europe and further afield.
Meet Wefight, a French startup that has developed more than a dozen apps to help people suffering from chronic illness. The startup recently raised a $11.6 million (€10 million) funding round from Digital Health Ventures, Impact Partners, as well as existing investors Investir&+ and BADGE’s business angels. Wefight has developed a different app for each chronic illness.
Brembo could look at buying tech startups to boost the software content of its premium brakes, Chief Executive Daniele Schillaci said, as the Italian company unveiled its latest braking system. The company, whose customers include Ferrari, Tesla, and several Formula One teams, presented 'Sensify', a pioneering braking system that can operate independently on each of a vehicle's four wheels. Schillaci, an automotive industry veteran with previous stints at Nissan Motor and Toyota, said mechanics were still predominant in the Sensify system, compared with software content.
This tradition honors the deadLocation: Mexico City, MexicoAn altar is decorated with photosand items used by family who’ve passedThis family enjoys keepingthe tradition alive32-YEAR-OLD PHOTOGRAPHER, MARISOL MAYO VILLA, SAYING:"My grandmother has been dead for 18 years and it's as though she's still here, because of our memories and the teachings she left behind, which we continue to use every day. She is more alive than ever before.”Dia de los Muertos combines Catholicand indigenous practicesIt’s believed the dead returnto visit the living once a yearMexicans leave food and drinksfor their departed loved onesThe tradition is observed by Catholiccommunities around the worldDia de los Muertos is on November 2
Emboldened drug traffickers, hundreds of deaths in prisons, a government dogged by scandal, and an economy ravaged by Covid have Ecuador staring into the abyss.