Lisa Sheppard wants to encourage other women to join the industry.
A defunct luxury hotel in Cambodia's capital finished conversion into a 500-room coronavirus hospital on Monday, as authorities enforced a new law imposing criminal punishments for violating health rules and infections continued to rise in the Southeast Asian country. The Great Duke Phnom Penh hasn't been in operation for two years, and is now set up to treat virus patients amid a third wave of the pandemic in Cambodia. Prime Minister Hun Sen assigned Gen. Hun Manet, his eldest son and a powerful army chief, to lead the two-day effort to turn the hotel into a temporary hospital.
The United States said on Monday it is committed to defending Saudi Arabia following drone and missile strikes by Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement, including on a Saudi facility vital to oil exports. Saudi authorities said there were no casualties or property losses from Sunday's attacks targeting an oil storage yard at Ras Tanura, site of a refinery and the world's biggest offshore oil loading facility, and a residential compound in Dhahran used by state-controlled oil giant Saudi Aramco.
In an unaired clip from Oprah Winfrey’s explosive CBS interview, Prince Harry addresses racism in the U.K., which he says helped to drive him and wife Meghan Markle away to the U.S. In the clip, which aired on CBS This Morning on Monday, Winfrey asks: “Did you leave the country because of racism?” Prince Harry, […]
Nearly 20 percent of Afghan women journalists have quit or lost their jobs in the past six months, a media watchdog group said Monday, as a wave of murders targeting the press has intensified in the war-torn country.
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The trial of an alleged Honduran drug-trafficker, whose case implicates Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez and other high-ranking officials, gets under way in the Southern District of New York on Monday. Geovanny Fuentes Ramirez, 50, was arrested trying to leave Miami in 2020 and has pled 'Not guilty' to charges of conspiring to smuggle cocaine into the United States and related weapons charges. References to Hernandez appear frequently in the filings against Fuentes Ramirez, as well as in a drug-trafficking case against Hernandez's brother Tony, who was convicted of drug trafficking and related weapons charges in October 2019.
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Real Madrid thwarted Atletico in the derby, Bayern Munich triumphed in the 'Klassiker' and AC Milan kept up the pressure on Inter in Serie A. Meanwhile Joan Laporta is back at Barcelona.
Sporting have defended their manager Ruben Amorim and denounced a complaint against him by the national coaches' union, which has asked for him to be suspended for up to six years for not being qualified as a head coach. The Lisbon club, who are on course to win their first title in 19 years, said in an official statement that the coaches' union had accused Amorim of committing fraud when he became Sporting's manager in March 2020. The union complained at the time that Amorim had registered as an assistant coach rather than as a head coach as he had not yet qualified for the top job.
Mar.08 -- It’s very important to barbell tech holdings with cyclical exposures, says BlackRock Investment Institute Global Chief investment Strategist Wei Li on “Bloomberg Surveillance Early Edition.”
KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 — Amid unresolved infighting in Umno, several factions have begun a campaign to force a premature 15th general election before August when the Emergency is set to expire....
Celebrating International Women's Day, a young woman stood outside the New South Wales state parliament, with the message "My body, my business" written across her body, while another held a placard reading "Equal work deserves equal pay!"."When are the politicians going to realise that women are a part of, in fact a bigger part of the human race, certainly here in Australia, than our men," retiree Anna Logan said at the protest.A variety of workers - from nurses and teachers to hairdressers and transport workers - took part in the gathering. It comes as the government launched a $14.57 million campaign urging people to speak up when they witness disrespect against women.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's order to kill armed rebels was legal, his spokesman said on Monday, as catholic leaders joined condemnation of the killings of nine activists in separate weekend raids against suspected insurgents. Human Rights groups are outraged over the deaths of what they said were legitimate activists under the guise of counter-insurgency operations, which came two days after Duterte told security forces they could kill rebels if they were holding a gun and to "ignore human rights". "The president's 'kill, kill, kill' order is legal because it was directed at armed rebels," his spokesman Harry Roque said in a briefing, adding the government would still investigate the incident.
When activists in Ghana opened a support centre for the local gay community, they expected some pushback in a religiously conservative West African country where homosexuality is illegal.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex addressed rumours of a rift between members of the Royal Family.
RadNet (RDNT) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 25.00% and 1.82%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Forecast-topping earnings performance in Q4 and upbeat outlook for 2021 have contributed to the gain in Eastman Chemical's (EMN) shares.
Hungarians on Monday awoke to a new round of strict lockdown measures aimed at slowing a record-breaking wave of COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths that are among the worst in the world. A rapid rise in pandemic indicators since early February prompted Hungary's government to announce the new restrictions, including closing most stores for two weeks and kindergartens and primary schools until April 7. Grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations and tobacconists can stay open.
On a rainy September day in 2018, Jeff Sessions, then U.S. attorney general, addressed one of the largest classes of newly hired immigration judges in American history. It was a clear message to the incoming class: Most of the immigrants who appear in court do not deserve to remain in the United States. As U.S. President Joe Biden works to undo many of the restrictive immigration policies enacted by former President Donald Trump, he will confront one of his predecessor's indelible legacies: the legion of immigration judges Trump’s administration hired.