Day: June 14, 2021

In July, New York City Will Have A Ticker Tape Parade To Honor Pandemic Heroes

June 14, 2021

Hip hip hooray! Mayor Bill de Blasio stated Monday that a Ticker Tape Parade commemorating heroes of the COVID-19 epidemic will take place next month in New York City. The Hometown Heroes Parade will take place on July 7 along the Canyon of Heroes in lower Manhattan, 16 months after New York City was designated […]

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Bidens Meet With Queen Elizabeth II After Royal Salute, Inspecting Guards

June 14, 2021

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden made a visit to Windsor Castle on Sunday afternoon, where they were greeted by Queen Elizabeth II on the dais in the courtyard and the president reviewed the guards. The Bidens and the queen stood on the dais after Marine One landed on the grass near the […]

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Caution On Nuclear Deal With Iran As G7 Leaders Vow To Stop Bomb

June 14, 2021

VIENNA — Outside the European Union, diplomats warned Sunday that reviving a historic nuclear deal with Iran will take more time, as leaders of the Group of Seven affluent nations reiterated their determination to prevent the Islamic republic from developing nuclear weapons. Iranian envoys met with international delegations in Vienna for another round of talks, […]

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New Zealand’s Government Apologized For Raids On Pacific People In The 1970s.

June 14, 2021

WELLINGTON — Aupito William Sio described a horrific day as a youngster when police officers with German shepherd dogs arrived at his family’s home before dawn and flashed headlights in their faces, leaving his father helpless. For that New Zealand’s government apologized. Sio, the minister for Pacific peoples, and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stated on […]

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Nathan Maung U.S. journalist Detained In Myanmar Has Been Released By Myanmar Court

June 14, 2021

BANGKOK — Nathan Maung U.S. journalist who was imprisoned three months ago while working for a local online news agency, was freed by a Myanmar court on Monday, according to his lawyer. Maung was released after the allegations against him were withdrawn and his case was dismissed, and his lawyer, Tin Zar Oo, said he will […]

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Naftali Bennett: Israel’s New Government Gets To Work After Netanyahu Ouster

June 14, 2021

JERUSALEM  — Israelis awoke to a new prime minister for the first time in 12 years on Monday, as Naftali Bennett won parliament’s support and removed longstanding leader Benjamin Netanyahu. In the afternoon, the two met for a brief handover meeting, but without the typical ceremonial ceremony that usually precedes a change of administration – […]

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Novavax Announces Its COVID-19 Vaccine Is Over 90% Effective Against Symptomatic Disease

June 14, 2021

LONDON — American biotechnology company Novavax announces Monday that its experimental COVID-19 vaccine was more than 90% effective against symptomatic disease in late-stage clinical trials. According to a company press release, the Phase 3 trial, which enrolled nearly 30,000 people across 119 sites in the United States and Mexico, found that Novavax’s recombinant protein-based vaccine, […]

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Atlanta Police Say Mall Security Guard Was Shot And Is In Serious Condition, 2 Teenagers Were Detained

June 14, 2021

2 teens, a 15-year-old boy, and a 15-year-old girl have been arrested after a Mall Security Guard Was Shot at an Atlanta mall, and badly injured Sunday night. According to Atlanta Police, the security officer was shot in the torso at the Lenox Square Mall at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. At a press conference, Atlanta police […]

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NATO Nations Ready To Jointly Respond To Attacks In Space

June 14, 2021

BRUSSELS — NATO’s senior civilian official said on Monday that the military organization’s all-for-one, one-for-all collective defense provision would be expanded to encompass attacks in space. According to Article 5 of NATO’s founding treaty, any assault on one of the 30 partners is considered an attack on all of them. It has so far only […]

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U.S. Expand Work Permits For Immigrants Who Are Crime Victims

June 14, 2021

WASHINGTON – According to a summary read by Reuters, a new US immigration policy expected to be published on Monday will increase access to work permits and deportation relief for some immigrants who are crime victims while their visa petitions are ongoing. According to the summary, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will develop a […]

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