Month: March 2021


Bobby Storey funeral: Assembly to sit over PPS decision not to prosecute

The SDLP motion, which recalls the assembly early from its Easter recess, calls for assembly members (MLAs) to “condemn” Ms…

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Met officer investigated over rape allegations

The serving officer was not charged but faces a misconduct hearing over alleged attacks on colleagues. Source

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‘Child among four dead’ in shooting at office building in Orange, California

Police say the suspect was shot and wounded and the situation has now been “stabilised”. Source

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Child among four killed in shooting at office building in Orange, California

Four people including a child have been killed in a shooting in a southern California office building. Police say a…

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Covid vaccine manufacturers should work with poorer countries, says WTO chief

“I’m very concerned,” she said. “The kind of inequities we see in vaccine access are really not acceptable, you can’t…

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Hong Kong: Media mogul Jimmy Lai found guilty over 2019 mass protests

The Apple Daily founder is among seven people found guilty of unauthorised assembly in 2019 protests. Source

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Tiger Woods Update: Sheriff Says Crash Investigation Is Done

The investigation into Tiger Woods’s single-vehicle crash in February is finished, but the results cannot be released publicly until Woods…

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Celonis announces significant partnership with IBM to sell its process mining software – TechCrunch

Before you can improve a workflow, you have to understand how work advances through a business, which is more complex…

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Latin America

Brazil: More than 60,000 people died of Covid-19 in March

Despite the rising cases, President Bolsonaro urges local governors to ease lockdown measures. Source

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Opinion: Sacrificing safety for style | Canada Moto Guide

Dustin’s current collection. The motorcycle aftermarket is a thriving global enterprise. I’d hazard a guess that most riders will somehow…

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