Day: June 19, 2021

Black-Owned Bookstores To Support For Juneteenth And Beyond

June 19, 2021

Juneteenth, which commemorates the abolition of enslaved African Americans in the aftermath of the Civil War, was designated as a federal holiday this week, and many people across the country are marking the occasion by raising awareness and recognizing the Black community’s history and achievements. Juneteenth is about focusing on the tales within the Black […]

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Little Girl ‘Bella Atkinson’ Heartbroken She Can’t Marry Dad In Sweetest, Saddest Video

June 19, 2021

Many young girls aspire to marry their father one day. Most people, however, do not react as strongly to the news that it isn’t feasible as 3-year-old Bella Atkinson did. Bella realizes there is only one “Daddy Matt,” and he’s taken, in a lovely but tragic film recorded by her mother, Jenna Atkinson. The Atkinsons […]

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China Pledges Harsh Penalties Ahead Of Party Anniversary

June 19, 2021

BEIJING — In the days ahead, as the governing Communist Party plans lavish festivities for its centennial on July 1, China pledges to brutally punish anybody guilty for catastrophic industrial mishaps or outbreaks of unrest. Vice Premier Liu He ordered safety inspections to be carried out to prevent such occurrences during a meeting on Thursday. […]

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Last Year, Senior Citizens Lost Over $1 Billion To Scams, According To The FBI

June 19, 2021

According to an FBI study issued this week, Senior Citizens lose over $1 billion to scammers in 2020. According to the research, a total of 105,301 persons over the age of 65 were defrauded, with an average loss of $9,175, and over 2,000 seniors lost more than $100,000. The FBI discovered that the elderly were […]

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“No Fans” Safest Option For Tokyo Olympics, According To Top Medical Adviser

June 19, 2021

TOKYO, Japan — According to a report released on Friday by the Japanese government’s top medical adviser, the safest option to conduct the Tokyo Olympics is without any spectators. With the Olympics starting in only five weeks on July 23, Dr. Shigeru Omi’s proposal appears to put him in conflict with organizers and the International […]

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Hong Kong Newspaper Apple Daily Increases Print Run After Arrests

June 19, 2021

HONG KONG — A day after police detained five senior editors and executives and froze $2.3 million in assets under the national security statute, Hong Kong pro-democracy Newspaper Apple Daily boosted its print run to 500,000 copies on Friday as people expressed support for the besieged press freedom. The raid on the paper’s offices, which […]

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Germany’s And France’s Leaders Have Urged Vigilance In The Wake Of Virus Variant

June 19, 2021

BERLIN — Germany’s and France’s leaders urged caution on Friday to avoid the spread of a coronavirus strain that forced the United Kingdom to postpone the scheduled easing of pandemic restrictions in England this week. Chancellor Angela Merkel noted that while new COVID-19 infections in Germany are now relatively rare, the “aggressive” delta version might […]

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Chance To Name 3 Beluga Whales Will Be Auctioned Off By The Aquarium

June 19, 2021

To generate money for their care and to offset the cost of shipping them from Canada, a Connecticut aquarium wants to sell off the right to name three of its five newly arrived beluga whales. The Sea Research Foundation has joined up with Guernsey’s, a New York-based auction house, to host a fundraising auction on […]

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According To Police, 17th-Century Paintings Were Discovered In Roadside Garbage

June 19, 2021

BERLIN — Two 17th-century paintings were discovered in a motorway rest stop garbage on Friday, prompting a police plea for information about their probable owners. Last month, a 64-year-old man discovered the oil paintings at a rest stop in Ohrenbach in central Germany, according to police. He later turned them up to authorities in Cologne, […]

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Florida Man Swimming Near A Fishing Line Is Bitten By A Shark

June 19, 2021

SANTA ROSA BEACH, Fla. — Florida man was bitten by a shark while swimming along a fishing line 40 yards from the beach. According to a press release issued on Facebook by the South Walton Fire District, the guy suffered obvious wounds to his upper torso and chest area and was brought to a local […]

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