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Shares of the Michigan-based electric vehicle company were up nearly 7% at $7.63 in premarket trading. The purchase order comes after the company commenced production of its all-electric delivery van on Sept. 20. Electric Last Mile, which went public through a SPAC merger in June, said it plans to ship first few units on Sept. 28 from its Mishawaka, Indiana facility.
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A series of flood advisories and warnings were issued for central Florida by the National Weather Service after heavy rainfall was forecast on Tuesday, September 21.This footage, uploaded by Twitter user Douglas Girdner on Tuesday, shows the rain in St Cloud in northern Osceola County. A local report late on September 21 said more than 10 inches of rain had fallen in Osceola County since Sunday, September 19.“Another day of high rain chances (70-80%) is on tap for ECFL [Eastern Central Florida],” the NWS said. “Heaviest rainfall totals will likely occur inland, with 2-4” in some locations." Credit: Douglas Girdner via Storyful
Premier League and Championship clubs will be able to offer licensed standing areas from January 1 as part of a pilot programme, it was announced on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — The Ministry of Education today reassured parents that every child has the right to an education, and therefore, won’t be refused entry to school, even if they choose for...
Nearly 2,500 rare rhino horns were destroyed Wednesday in the first ceremony of its kind in northeastern India as part of an anti-poaching drive to mark World Rhino Day.
More than 200 people were arrested after a protest over Covid-19 vaccine mandates at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance on Wednesday, September 22, SBS reported, citing police.Footage posted by Herald Sun journalist Sarah Booth shows the protesters standing on the steps of the war memorial. The crowd can be heard chanting “you serve us” to the police.The police then advance on protesters; small bangs and smoke can be seen rising from the steps of the shrine as the crowd flees in the opposite direction.Wednesday’s demonstration were the latest day of protests in Melbourne by construction workers in retaliation to a Covid-19 vaccine mandate implemented across the industry by the Victoria government. Credit: Sarah Booth | Herald Sun via Storyful
As the pandemic marches on, audiences are doubling down on streaming and still very hungry for their favorite genres of entertainment. At Variety’s Entertainment and Technology Summit presented by City National Bank from Sept. 22-23, industry experts will break down the impact of the continuing pandemic and other forces on viewing habits and content creation […]
The Philadelphia 76ers signed a new jersey patch deal with Crypto.com, Yahoo Finance has learned.
The unprecedented jump in natural gas prices will force more British energy suppliers out of business and the industry needs to prepare for prolonged pain, energy officials and the business minister said on Wednesday. A 500% jump in the price of UK gas over the last year has already caused several providers to go bust and the head of regulator Ofgem told parliament he expected the number to rise. British business minister Kwasi Kwarteng added that while such a sharp spike in the gas price would be expected to ease, he said: "We have to prepare for longer-term high prices."
Barcelona's under-pressure coach Ronald Koeman delivered a bizarre press conference on Wednesday as he read a pre-prepared statement before leaving without answering questions.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng arrives in Westminster, to attend the Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee to discuss the energy crisis.
"I want to be able to choose for myself if I want to marry this partner that I have next to me. I want to be able to choose for myself if it's the right path for us to start a family."Swiss voters will decide on Sunday whether to allow same-sex couples to wed and adopt children after a highly charged campaign in one of the last countries in Western Europe to still ban gay marriage.Switzerland's federal government and parliament voted in favour of opening civil marriage to same-sex couples. Conservative opponents however, forced a national referendum on the issue under Switzerland's system of direct democracy.For Zurich couple Corrine and Anouk, the 'Marriage for All' vote represents an important milestone for them as they plan their future together."Today, if I reach a certain age and I'm single, regardless of my sexual orientation, I can be accepted into the adoption process and apply to adopt a child. But if I'm in a same-sex partnership, right now I can't, regardless of my age and regardless of my background. That's a shame and that's why I think it's important to take a step forward. Of course, a child needs safety and love, they need a secure environment, but I don't think it makes a difference whether that's given by a straight or gay couple."The latest poll for Swiss broadcaster SRG found that 63% of voters were set to approve same-sex marriage, while 35% were against it, showing the no-campaign had gained traction in the traditionally conservative country since the first poll in August.Opponents say the amended law, which would also allow lesbian couples to have children through sperm donation, would deprive children of a father.Same-sex couples received the right to enter civil partnerships in 2007 and the right to adopt children parented by their partner in 2018.Under the amended law, both male and female same-sex couples would be allowed to adopt children unrelated to them in the same way as their heterosexual counterparts.
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A flow of lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma wreaked havoc as it destroyed properties on September 21, and was continuing to endanger many more on its way to the sea.Around 6,000 people were evacuated as the lava neared the town of Todoque. The pyroclastic flow had destroyed more than 200 buildings on La Palma by September 21, Telecinco reported.This video shows emergency services gathered near the town with diggers and trucks, while the lava flow can be seen approaching in the background. Credit: Guardia Civil via Storyful
Seals in the SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium in Queensland were seen walking around the aquarium as part of a fundraising effort for cerebral palsy research.The seals of SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast explored the aquarium in footage released by the aquarium on September 22. The footage was released as part of the aquarium’s STEPtember efforts: STEPtember is a one-month event raising money for toys, services and equipment for children and teenagers with cerebral palsy; the funds raised also go towards further research.“Our seals love to get out of the water and move around on land. They can reach speeds of up to 30km/h in the water, and don’t be fooled, these guys can even outrun humans for short distances on land,” said Carla Haskell, Mammals Manager at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast in a press release. According to her, the seals were keen to get involved and help the team to “get their step on”. Credit: SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium via Storyful
Nigeria-born designer Joy Meribe opened Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday with her debut runway collection, a concrete success for a movement to promote diversity in Italian fashion just a year after launching. The Italian National Fashion Chamber tapped Meribe to open six days of womenswear previews for Spring-Summer 2022 after her inaugural collection for the “We are Made in Italy” initiative last year found commercial success. Joy passed that exam,’’ said Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean, who helped launch the initiative in the summer of 2020, asking the question, “Do Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion?” inspired by the U.S. movement and following racists gaffes by major Italian fashion houses.
In telling the story of champion alpine ski racer Franz Klammer, one of Austria’s most revered and beloved sports heroes, director Andreas Schmied forewent the usual biopic tropes, focusing instead on a few fateful days that culminated in his victory at the 1976 Olympics in Innsbruck. It was that focus that ultimately convinced Klammer to […]
Stock futures opened lower Tuesday evening as investors anxiously awaited the arrival of the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy decision after a volatile start to the week.