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VIRUS OUTBREAK – Pandemic restrictions are disappearing almost everywhere except many nursing homes in the United States. Regulations to protect the country’s most vulnerable people from COVID-19 are still in place despite widespread vaccination of residents and declining infections and deaths. By Michael Rubinkam. Sent: 1,000 words, photo.
Libya-Sexual Violence-Human Rights Group Libya He accused the young asylum seekers of sexual assault from Somalia and attempted rape. After being released by human traffickers, they were detained in government-run detention centers for vulnerable migrants in Tripoli. But instead of being protected from criminal abuse, they have been repeatedly sexually assaulted by security forces, two victims told the Associated Press. By Sammy Maddy and Renata Brito. Sending: 1,210 words.
Tropical Cyclone – Forecasters have warned that if a tropical cyclone crosses coastal states, life-threatening flash floods will occur in parts of the deep south, particularly central Alabama. Heavy rains have caused high water levels in the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa metropolitan areas from late Saturday to early Sunday. A rapidly changing situation came when Claudette was expected to meet Georgia and parts of the Carolinas on Sunday. By Kevin McGill and Russ Bynum. Send: 590 words, photos, videos.
Pride Parade Crash – Authorities say that at the start of the Pride Parade in South Florida, a driver crashed into a bystander, killing one man and injuring another. The media reported that the driver and victims were “members of the choir family,” according to a statement from the president of the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus. The driver was arrested. Send: 430 words, photo.
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Child stabbed – mother arrested – police An angry Florida man says he pointed his gun at a drive-through worker because he left cream cheese in his bagels. Send: 180 words, photo.
Cream Cheese Gun Threat – Police say an angry Florida man pointed his gun at a drive-through worker for forgetting cream cheese in his bagels. Sent: 250 words.
Yosemite Highline Specialty – The San Francisco Chronicle reports that in San Francisco, the two brothers set the longest highline record they’ve ever run in Yosemite National Park and California. Sent: 480 words, photo.
Sri Lanka-Ship Fire – A UN official from Sri Lanka claims that the sinking of a container ship that ignited while transporting chemicals from the capital Colombo caused severe damage to the planet by releasing pollutants into the ecosystem. I’m going. Send: 340 words, photo.
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VIRUS OUTBREAK Taiwan – 2.5 million vaccinated Moderna COVID-19 aircraft fly from the United States to Taiwan, donating both public health and geopolitical impact. The US representative office in Taiwan announced that the cargo will arrive on Sunday. Sent: 420 words, photo.
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Fact Check Week – Check out the credibility of some statements from President Joe Biden’s Diplomatic Week and his return to the domestic conflict. Send: 1,700 words, photo.
Transgender Surgery – The Department of Veterans Affairs is working to offer transgender veterans sex reassignment surgery. Veterans Secretary Denis McDonough announced at the Pride Month event in Orlando, Florida on Saturday. Send: 330 words, photo.
Western Heatwaves – The southwestern United States continued to burn, and weather forecasts continued to warn of excessive heat in Arizona and Nevada, at least all weekend. Send: 340 words, photo.
Oregon Murder – A man wanted to kill three people after a hit and run accident near a casino and a shooting at a marijuana dispensary in a small Oregon town. Send: 300 words.
AMMON BUNDY-IDAHO GOVENOR – anti-government activist Ammon Bandy It appeared in his first video announcing his campaign to become governor of Idaho. Bandy said he wanted to protect Aidaho from the president.Joe Biden And the people of the deep state who rule it. Sending: 440 words, photo.
Australia – Excessive Secrets – Australia is increasingly restricting information that is considered critical to the free and open media. It made the country the focus of guilt and made it one of the most mysterious democracies in the world. Last week, a former Australian spy was convicted of his unidentified role as a whistleblower in spying against the East Timor government. This is the latest hottest case in a national system where secret laws are routinely used to contain information. Sending: 1,260 words, photo.
Elections in France – Marine Le Pen’s far-right party continues its tough immigration suspension message as French voters begin electing regional leaders on Sunday. The election is seen as a dress rehearsal for next year’s presidential election. President Emmanuel Macron’s Young Center Party is not expected to work. It lacks a strong local political base and suffers from frustration with its government’s handling of pandemics. Sent: 540 words, photo.
Elections in Armenia – Armenians are voting for national elections after months of tensions over the defeat in the fight against Azerbaijan for the separatist region Nagorno-Karabakh last year Nicol Pashinyan It sparked months of protests demanding his resignation in order to allay public anger over the peace deal he signed in November. Sent: 360 words, photo.
China-Tibet Tourism Boom – The coronavirus pandemic is booming in tourism in Tibet as Chinese people travel the country posing risks to the endangered environment and historical sites in the region. Sent: 470 words, photo.
Tribeca Festival – Radio City Reopening – Fifteen months after opening the latch for a pandemic, New York’s Radio City Music Hall opened its doors on Saturday for the new Dave Chapel documentary Tribeca Festival premiere. The debut audience for “Dave Chappelle: This Time This Place” was completely vaccinated and at full capacity. This marked the first time the sacred Midtown Hall has been full since it closed in March 2020 due to a coronavirus pandemic. By Jake Coil, an AP film writer. Sent: 710 words, photo.
Lightning Islanders – Matt Martin finishes the second period of New York’s three goals, Ryan Pyrock stops jumping in front of an open gate in the final seconds and the Islanders defeats Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 against Stanley. I even won the trophy. Semi-final series with 2 games each. Sent: 990 words, photo. LIGHTNING ISLANDERS PREVIEW (broadcast)
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