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Thai police say they have busted major money-laundering ring Thai police say they have busted major money-laundering ring

Thai police say they have busted major money-laundering ring

By 2 weeks ago

BANGKOK — Police in Thailand say they have broken up a money-laundering ring that transferred a total of 10 billion baht ($323 million), much of it linked to drug trafficking.A Chinese businessman arrested in Bangkok, Qaing Ma, is believed to be a key figure in the operation, police Maj. Gen. Veerachon Boontawee said Thursday.The suspect…

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Reporters Without Borders condemns arrest of Egyptian editor Reporters Without Borders condemns arrest of Egyptian editor

Reporters Without Borders condemns arrest of Egyptian editor

By 2 weeks ago

CAIRO — A leading media watchdog group condemned on Thursday the arrest this week of the editor of one of Egypt’s few remaining independent news outlets, and urged authorities to immediately release her and drop all charges.Nora Younis, editor of the al-Manassa news website, was arrested Wednesday after security forces raided her office in Cairo.…

The Cybersecurity 202: Democratic election officials punch back on Trump mail voting claims The Cybersecurity 202: Democratic election officials punch back on Trump mail voting claims

The Cybersecurity 202: Democratic election officials punch back on Trump mail voting claims

By 3 weeks ago

with Tonya Riley Democratic election officials are punching back at President Trump’s unfounded claims that voting by mail leads to widespread fraud.  In a new digital ad, Democratic secretaries of state describe the president’s assault on mail voting as an effort to suppress minority votes and link it to a long history of racist voting…

Heat, virus no deterrent for Trump fans camped outside arena Heat, virus no deterrent for Trump fans camped outside arena

Heat, virus no deterrent for Trump fans camped outside arena

By 3 weeks ago

Despite the heat, the growing risk of coronavirus and a lukewarm reception from local officials, backers of Donald Trump are already camped out outside an arena in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the president will hold his first campaign rally in monthsBy SARA BURNETT, TOM McCARTHY and SEAN MURPHY Associated PressJune 18, 2020, 10:37 PM5 min readTULSA,…

Scientists find huge ring of ancient shafts near Stonehenge Scientists find huge ring of ancient shafts near Stonehenge

Scientists find huge ring of ancient shafts near Stonehenge

By 3 weeks ago

LONDON — Archaeologists said Monday that they have discovered a major prehistoric monument under the earth near Stonehenge that could shed new light on the origins of the mystical stone circle in southwestern England.Experts from a group of British universities led by the University of Bradford say the site consists of at least 20 huge…

Zanardi stable but doctors warn of possible complications Zanardi stable but doctors warn of possible complications

Zanardi stable but doctors warn of possible complications

By 3 weeks ago

ROME — Doctors treating Italian auto racing champion-turned-Paralympic gold medalist Alex Zanardi say he remains stable after a crash on his handbike but is at risk of unforeseen complications.In a new medical update Sunday, the Santa Maria alle Scotte hospital in Siena said the longer Zanardi’s vital signs remain stable, the better off he is.…

U.N.: Afghan healthcare personnel were deliberately attacked U.N.: Afghan healthcare personnel were deliberately attacked

U.N.: Afghan healthcare personnel were deliberately attacked

By 3 weeks ago

KABUL, Afghanistan — The United Nations on Sunday released a special report expressing concerns over what it called recent “deliberate attacks” against healthcare workers and facilities in Afghanistan during the COVID-19 pandemic.The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, or UNAMA, said it documented 12 incidents of deliberate acts of violence between March 11 to May…

Surviving in America’s Black Belt amid pandemic and job loss Surviving in America’s Black Belt amid pandemic and job loss

Surviving in America’s Black Belt amid pandemic and job loss

By 3 weeks ago

Residents of America’s Black Belt are depending on each other to weather the coronavirus pandemic, which is complicating an already-tough life in the impoverished regionBy JAY REEVES Associated PressJune 10, 2020, 4:21 PM5 min readSELMA, Ala. — Life can be tough even on a good day in the Black Belt, where some of the poorest…

Ai marketing  5g smartphones  nanotechnology developments  Newspaper headlines: ‘Pubs patrolled’, and ‘true scale’ of Covid deaths Ai marketing  5g smartphones  nanotechnology developments  Newspaper headlines: ‘Pubs patrolled’, and ‘true scale’ of Covid deaths

Ai marketing 5g smartphones nanotechnology developments Newspaper headlines: ‘Pubs patrolled’, and ‘true scale’ of Covid deaths

By 3 weeks ago

Image caption Details of what socialising will look like and how the hospitality sector will adapt to a “new normal” are outlined on the front page of The Times. Pubs will be patrolled in order to enforce social distancing, hotel room service will be left at guests’ doors and tables at restaurants will not be…

Virus deaths surpass 100,000 in US while cases rise in India Virus deaths surpass 100,000 in US while cases rise in India

Virus deaths surpass 100,000 in US while cases rise in India

By 3 weeks ago

WASHINGTON — The coronavirus crisis threw at least 2.1 million Americans out of work last week despite the gradual reopening of businesses around the country, stoking fears Thursday that the scourge is doing deep and potentially long-lasting damage to the U.S. economy. Despite a few glimmers of hope, most of the latest economic news from…

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

By 3 weeks ago

U.S. public health officials worry about large gatherings over the Memorial Day weekend as millions of Americans get ready to emerge from coronavirus lockdowns and take tentative steps outdoors to celebrate the holiday at beaches and cookoutsMay 22, 2020, 8:12 PM6 min read The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating across Latin America, Russia, India and Pakistan…

The Trump administration is moving to restrict international students. Why that’s a bad idea. The Trump administration is moving to restrict international students. Why that’s a bad idea.

The Trump administration is moving to restrict international students. Why that’s a bad idea.

By 3 weeks ago

The number of international students in the United States fell about 2 percent in the 2018-2019 academic year — and that was before the covid-19 pandemic closed borders and shut down most international air travel.Now a steeper drop is likely not only because of covid-19 but also because of Trump administration moves to restrict the…

Watchdog cites persistent infection lapses in nursing homes Watchdog cites persistent infection lapses in nursing homes

Watchdog cites persistent infection lapses in nursing homes

By 3 weeks ago

A federal watchdog agency says about 40% of nursing homes inspected in the past two years were cited for infection control problemsBy RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR Associated PressMay 21, 2020, 12:04 AM5 min readWASHINGTON — Before COVID-19 killed thousands of nursing home residents, about 4 in 10 homes inspected were cited for infection control problems, according to…

The WTO is getting a new boss. Here’s who’s in the running. The WTO is getting a new boss. Here’s who’s in the running.

The WTO is getting a new boss. Here’s who’s in the running.

By 3 weeks ago

On June 8, the World Trade Organization began its selection process for a new director general. The current head, Roberto Azevêdo, made a surprise announcement last month that he was stepping down. He decided to leave with a year to go in his term, citing the need for new leadership before the next ministerial meeting.…

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

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Europe is reopening more widely, allowing people into the Acropolis in Greece, shops in Italy, markets and museums in Belgium, golf courses in Ireland and beer gardens in GermanyMay 19, 2020, 12:18 AM6 min read Europe reopened more widely on Monday, allowing people into the Acropolis in Greece, shops in Italy, markets and museums in…

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