Monthly Archives: September 2020
The asset freeze comes after violent crackdowns on protestors opposing the ‘fraudulent’ election in Belarus.
Amanda Knox, along with NXIVM members, signed a petition demanding prosecutors answer questions about Raniere’s case.
One child died and 24 fell ill after eating the poisoned porridge at school last year.
The protesters with makeshift shields gathered earlier for their demonstration in a park and officers moved in to take away the shields, police said.
Joined by Vice-President Mike Pence, McConnell said he was glad to welcome Barrett and “get the process started” on her confirmation. Pence said the judge “represents the best of America.”
The bill seeks to protect free trade between Britain’s four nations once a Brexit transition period ends, but has soured relations with Brussels just as time is running out to reach a deal on their long-term relationship.
Biden and his wife, Jill, along with Biden’s running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, released their 2019 federal and state returns as the president contends with the political fallout from a series of Times reports about Trump’s long-hidden tax returns.
Disney’s parks closed last spring as the pandemic started spreading in the U.S. The Florida parks reopened this summer, but the California parks have yet to reopen as the company awaits guidance from the state of California.
In a televised address, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said the heavily armed, Iran-backed Hezbollah remained ready for dialog under the French roadmap to pull the nation out of financial meltdown. But he called for reviewing what he called “patronizing behavior.”
Kyaw Tint Swe, Myanmar’s minister for the office of the state counsellor, also said the militant group — the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, known as ARSA — and another insurgent group, the Arakan Army guerrilla force, have used Bangladesh as … Continue reading