France's acceptance in a report this year that it bore a responsibility for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda marked a "big step forward" in repairing relations between the two countries, Rwandan President Paul Kagame said on Monday. A commission established by President Emmanuel Macron concluded in March that France had been blinded by its colonial attitude to events leading up to the genocide and bore "serious and overwhelming" responsibility. "When you talk about overwhelming responsibility ... that means a lot," the Rwandan president told France 24.
Former BBC producer Peter Croasdale, 58, was convicted of assault by penetration of a girl under 13 at Leeds Crown Court in 2009.
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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador issued a formal apology on Monday for the 1911 massacre of 303 Chinese in the northern city of Torreon. "The Mexican state will not allow, ever again, racism, discrimination, and xenophobia," the president said during the ceremony in Torreon. The massacre, from May 13 to 15, 1911, occurred in the midst of the Mexican Revolution, as rebels fighting under Francisco I. Madero seized control of the city of Torreon.
Mumbai sees heavy rain and strong winds as powerful Cyclone Tauktae nears India. The country's first major tropical storm this season is moving northwards in parallel with the country's western coast, and is expected to make landfall in Gujarat state later on Monday.
Germany forward Julian Draxler has extended his deal with Paris Saint-Germain through to 2024 after deciding against leaving the club as a free agent, the French champions said on Monday.
At the Musee d'Orsay in Paris on Monday, workers were hanging a priceless Renoir painting in preparation for the museum's re-opening after six months with no visitors because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Portugal's football league has scrapped plans to welcome fans back into stadiums for the final round of fixtures on Wednesday. In a statement released on Monday, the Liga Portugal cited the timing and uncertainty surrounding requirements that the country's health authorities will set out, as well as questions over fairness given only home teams would be allowed fans. "In today's meeting, Board members unanimously decided that conditions will not be met for test-pilot events to take place and thus they are not authorising the return of fans," a Liga Portugal statement read.
During the White House briefing on Monday, press secretary Jen Psaki wouldn't comment on the Supreme Court agreeing to hear a Mississippi case that could ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Psaki did, however, say President Biden is committed to codifying Roe v. Wade.
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Covid lockdown restrictions eased in England on Monday, as indoor leisure and entertainment venues have officially reopened, including pubs, cafes, restaurants, children’s play areas, cinemas and museums. Hotels, hostels and B&Bs have opened their doors again. The government is now allowing up to 1,000 people to attend larger indoor events such as music concerts and sporting events. Groups of up to six people (two separate households) can also now meet indoors and overnight stays are permitted. Under updated government guidance people will be able to hug close friends and family but citizens are being urged to remain cautious.
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Singh, 58, missed the cut at last month's Masters, a tournament he won in 2000. Organisers said American Wyndham Clark would take his place in the field while Brandon Hagy becomes the first alternate at the year's second major that begins on Thursday at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina.
The Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines should remain highly effective against two coronavirus variants first identified in India, according to new research carried out by US scientists.
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