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Prison has only strengthened the political convictions of Catalan civil disobedience advocate Jordi Cuixart, one of the nine separatist leaders pardoned by the Spanish government earlier this week, he told Reuters two days after his release. Cuixart, 46, is overjoyed to have unlimited time with his two sons, aged one and four, as he could only see them once every two weeks while behind bars.
Switzerland's highest court on Friday rejected foreign sex workers' access to compensation for pay lost due to the coronavirus pandemic, saying temporary workers were ineligible for short-time work payouts due to their short stay. Because the workers were permitted to work in Switzerland for only four months under rules allowing people from the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to work in Switzerland for a short time, the court determined they were ineligible for compensation. "For foreign sex workers who work as employees in a club and are registered in Switzerland under the (European short-term work scheme), there is no entitlement to short-time work compensation in connection with the coronavirus," the Federal Court said in a statement.
Elijah Ross stood watch last Friday by the candles, flowers, liquor bottles and balloons at a memorial for his 31-year-old friend, Eric Ruise, among the latest victims of a murder spree gripping the city of Rochester, New York. Such tributes have become a common sight in the poorer neighborhoods of Rochester, a city of 206,000 people in the northwestern part of the state. With 34 homicides already this year, Rochester is on pace for a record-high 70 murders in 2021 - a per-capita rate that exceeds Chicago, one of America’s most violent large cities.
A “no-spectator games” remains an option for the Tokyo Olympics, which open officially in just four weeks, the president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee said Friday. The admission by Seiko Hashimoto comes only four days after she announced on Monday that up to 10,000 local fans would be allowed into venues — with numbers not to exceed 50% of venue capacity regardless of indoor or outdoor events. Organizers put off the decision on local fans for several months, and fans from abroad were banned months ago.
Vice President Kamala Harris will meet migrants and visit a border patrol facility on the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday, aiming to counter claims from Republicans that she has been too slow to visit the region as part of her role in addressing the root causes of immigration. It will be Harris' first visit to the border since becoming vice president five months ago. Her trip to El Paso, Texas, was announced on Wednesday and appeared to have been hastily put together days before a visit to the border by former President Donald Trump.
Self-driving tech company Pony.ai, backed by Toyota Motor Corp, is considering going public in the United States to help fund its goal of commercializing driverless ride-hailing services, its chief executive told Reuters. The startup, active in the United States and China, plans to install its technology in hundreds of vehicles next year, rising to tens of thousands in 2024-2025, he said. Self-driving startups such as Alphabet Inc's Waymo and General Motors Co's Cruise have been racing to raise capital as the industry prepares to scale up operations.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — The Cabinet is the one that determines when both houses of Parliament would meet, as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s constitutional power to summon for Parliament to meet is...
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — Another 82 people nationwide died from Covid-19 today, raising the cumulative fatality count to 4,803 since the disease spread in Malaysia last year. Health director-general...
Kenya's Olympic marathon contender Ruth Chepngetich has had a remarkable year in which she had to cope with the restrictions on training and racing brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic but managed to smash the half-marathon world record. When the 26-year-old Chepngetich was getting ready for the Istanbul Half Marathon in April she was just focused on running a good, confident race but she ended up obliterating the world record by 29 seconds and fulfilling a dream. "I was thinking about 'world record, world record,' I can (now) say... in Istanbul, I broke the world record," Chepngetich told Reuters in an interview.
Australia and Israel, which had been successful in fending off Covid-19, reimposed restrictions on Friday as cases surged of the highly contagious Delta variant which also threatened Africa with a brutal third wave.
Former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin will be sentenced on Friday for murdering George Floyd in May 2020 after a trial that was widely seen as a watershed moment in the history of U.S. policing. A jury found Chauvin, 45, guilty on April 20 https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-race-georgefloyd-idCAKBN2C716I of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. Prosecutors have asked for a 30-year prison sentence, double the upper limit indicated in sentencing guidelines for a first-time offender.
New South Wales police released footage showing a truck spinning out of control and flipping over off a highway near Cooma on June 24, after it avoided a car that had carried out a narrow overtaking maneuver.The dashcam footage shows a white vehicle crossing lanes, forcing the truck driver to swerve off the highway to avoid collision. The white vehicle does not stop as the truck flips over into a ditch beside the road.NSW police said the incident occurred on the Monaro highway near Chakola, approximately 20 kilometers north of Cooma. Police officers found the truck on its side in a ditch beside the highway.The driver of the truck was treated for a head injury at the scene. NSW police are seeking more information about the driver of the white vehicle. Credit: NSW Police Force via Storyful
Former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns joins 'Influencers with Andy Serwer' to describe her time as chief executive of Xerox and discuss how business leaders can address diversity issues within the United States.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, posted footage on June 25 described as showing him receiving the first dose of an Iranian-produced Covid-19 vaccine.Iran announced in April that it would be producing a vaccine, called COVIran Barekat.“I am truly grateful to all those who used their knowledge and experience and made scientific and practical efforts to provide the country with such a great, prestigious capability,” Khamenei said. Credit: Khamenei.ir via Storyful
The 'Strictly' stars are living 'The Good Life' after moving to a farm in Devon where they grow their own food and keep alpacas.
According to GfK’s long-running consumer-confidence barometer, June’s reading stood at -9, unchanged from April.