Day: May 25, 2022

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“The cutest little boy I’ve ever known”

Nineteen children and two teachers were killed in a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. The children who died were between 7 and 10 years old. Some of them had just received awards for their excellent school work. One of the victims was a 10 year old boy who loved to dance. Another […]

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Several dead in clashes between miners in northern Chad, according to the government

N’DJAMENA (Reuters) – Deadly clashes have broken out between gold diggers in northern Chad, the interim government said on Wednesday, amid an unconfirmed report by a local rebel group of at least 200 dead in the region circulated on social media. The violence erupted at an informal gold mining site in the mountainous district of […]

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Entertainment

Cross-examination of Jacob Hoggard continues at sexual assault trial

Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard is set to return to the stand today in his sexual assault trial. The Hedley frontman pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm and one of sexual interference, a charge that refers to sexually touching a person under the age of 16. Prosecutors allege he repeatedly […]

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No deal on new EU sanctions on Russia expected at leaders’ summit

BERLIN (Reuters) – The German government hopes that talks on a new round of EU sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine will soon be completed, but that will not be a topic at the next EU summit. leaders, a German official said on Wednesday. A decision on Ukraine’s EU candidate status will also […]

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Teams are asking a high price to get Westbrook out of the hands of the Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers still have a sincere desire to trade Russell Westbrook and get away from him. However, consuming a trade concerning it will not be easy for several reasons. One of these reasons is that rival teams would have asked a high price to assume Westbrook and his contract. Going through Lakers Daily: […]

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CA

Many families of those killed in Nova Scotia mass shootings boycott public hearings

Lawyers representing more than half of those killed in the April 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia say they are boycotting a four-day public inquiry in response to a ruling that three key RCMP members were not will not have to testify in person. Rob Pineo, a lawyer with Patterson Law, said his clients have […]

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American gun culture – in seven charts

A school shooting in Uvalde, Texas involving young children has reignited the US national debate over gun access. What does the data tell us about gun culture and its impact? Gun deaths are an integral part of American life. There were 1.5 million between 1968 and 2017 – more than the number of soldiers killed […]

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Global

Russia launches new offensive, seeks sanctions relief to free Ukraine’s food supply routes

Russian forces launched offensives against towns in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, with constant mortar shelling destroying several homes and killing civilians, Ukrainian officials said, as Russia focuses its attack on the region Donbass industry. Russia has been focused on trying to seize the two separatist-claimed Donbass provinces, Donetsk and Luhansk, and trap Ukrainian forces in […]

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Facing a string of injuries, the Brewers needed someone to take on the Padres. Tyrone Taylor did.

Brewers right fielder Tyrone Taylor is greeted by Christian Yelich after hitting a three-run homer against the Padres in the sixth inning on Tuesday. SAN DIEGO – Get used to seeing a lot of Tyrone Taylor, Milwaukee. With his increased importance to the Brewers due to the team having to place outfielder Hunter Renfroe on […]

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CA

What is a derecho and why is it so destructive? The science behind this mighty storm

When Canadian tornado expert David Sills studied the forecast on Saturday morning, he didn’t expect the line of storms headed for Windsor, Ont., to strengthen soon to become Canada’s first derecho in decades. , wreaking havoc in southern Ontario and Quebec. Sills, who is the executive director of the Northern Tornados Project at Western University, […]

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