Day: July 18, 2021

The Biden Administration Hits Iran For Delay In Nuclear And Prisoner Swap Talks

July 18, 2021

WASHINGTON — On Saturday, the Biden administration slammed Iran for postponing a potential prisoner swap in order to demand a fast restart of indirect nuclear discussions. The State Department criticized Iran’s deputy foreign minister’s claims that the US and Britain were holding the swap “hostage” to talks to save the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, known […]

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1st Case Of COVID-19 Has Been Verified In The Tokyo Olympic Village

July 18, 2021

Officials verified the first COVID-19 case within the Tokyo Olympic Village on Saturday, less than a week before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics begin. According to Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto, the instance was reported during a screening test on Friday. The individual is not a competitor in the games, which begin on July 23, but […]

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Unveil New Russian Fighter Plane At Moscow’s Air Show

July 18, 2021

MOSCOW — A potential new Russian fighter plane will be unveiled during a Moscow air show that begins next week, according to Russian aviation manufacturers. The new warplane was spotted being hauled through an airport in Zhukovsky, outside of Moscow, where the MAKS-2021 International Aviation and Space Salon starts Tuesday. The show’s opening is expected […]

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Three Texas Democrat Who Fled Elections Bill Vote Get COVID

July 18, 2021

WASHINGTON — Three Texas Democrat state legislators who fled Texas to thwart a Republican-backed attempt to impose sweeping new voting restrictions have tested positive for COVID-19 and are being quarantined, according to the Texas House Democratic Caucus director. According to caucus director Phillip Martin, one legislator tested positive on Friday and the other two on […]

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Japanese Composer For Tokyo Olympics Apologizes For Abuse

July 18, 2021

TOKYO — Keigo Oyamada, a Japanese composer whose music will be included in the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, has apologized for bullying a student when he was younger. Reports of him assaulting a disabled kid, which appeared online lately and were picked up by Japanese media, have sparked a reaction on social media, […]

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GOP Lawmakers Hold Venue In California Protest After 3 Cancellations

July 18, 2021

RIVERSIDE (California) — After a third venue in California cancelled their event, Republican House Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene staged a protest on Saturday. Instead, they staged a demonstration outside Riverside City Hall, where one of the programmes had been cancelled. The latest cancellation was confirmed by an Anaheim official only hours before […]

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Dozens Treated After Chemical Leak At Houston-Area Water Park

July 18, 2021

Authorities said Saturday that a chemical spill at a Houston-area water park caused mild skin irritation and breathing problems in scores of people. The Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office reported that 29 individuals were sent to area hospitals after an incident at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown in Spring. After completing decontamination procedures, 39 others […]

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Protests For Transgender Rights Get Violent At Spa In Los Angeles

July 18, 2021

LOS ANGELES — After a dueling demonstration for transgender rights at a Los Angeles spa became violent, police detained several dozen individuals and used non-lethal missiles to disperse the gathering. The demonstrations were sparked by a video that went viral earlier this month in which an enraged customer complained to Wi Spa employees about a […]

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Television Actor Has Been Charged With Deadly Shooting In Queens, According To District Attorney’s Office

July 18, 2021

NEW YORK — In the deadly shooting of a New York man in February, a television actor has been charged with murder. In the killing of Tyrone Jones, 37, of Queens Village, a grand jury indicted Isaiah Stokes, 41, on counts of second-degree murder and illegal possession of a firearm. His defense counsel was contacted […]

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Despite Rise In COVID Cases, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office Says No Enforcing Indoor Mask Mandate

July 18, 2021

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has decided not to enforce the county’s health directive reintroducing mask use indoors, claiming that the decision “is not supported by evidence.” In response to an increase in COVID-19 cases, the indoor mask mandate was reintroduced in Los Angeles County on Thursday. It applies to those who have been […]

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