Christopher Worrell disappeared after prosecutors recommended a 14-year sentence for assaulting police officers during the 2021 attack.
A short distance from the border with Poland, Olaf Jansen, the director of a migrant processing centre in eastern Germany, is looking anxiously at the numbers of latest arrivals.To arrive at the Polish border and cross in to Germany, there are two main routes for migrants.
Veteran Senator Dianne Feinstein, a titan of US political history who notched a string of legislative achievements during a trailblazing three-decade career in the Senate, has died."Senator Dianne Feinstein was a pioneering American.
The video on Angelina Agabekyan's phone shows her husband's military uniform and her son's toys burning over a bonfire they had set before fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh.Family grandmother Novella said the "whole village burned their uniforms" before fleeing in panic.
The wife of Gabon's ousted president Ali Bongo Ondimba has been charged with "money laundering" and other offences, the public prosecutor said Friday, a month after a coup toppled her husband.In all, 10 people were indicted on charges ranging from electoral college operational issues, counterfeiting and use of the seals of the republic, to corruption, embezzlement of public funds and money laundering, Roponat had told a press conference.
"Sen. Moore has knowingly misled people across Georgia and our nation," a GOP caucus said of the Republican after it suspended him.
Stock markets posted solid gains in Europe and the US on Friday on signs that inflation is slowing on both sides of the Atlantic, rekindling hopes that central bankers will hold back on further interest rate increases that could weigh on economic growth.Later Friday, a key US inflation measure, the personal consumption expenditures (PEC) index, showed core inflation dropping to 3.9 percent in August, the slowest rate in over two years.
(Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide the legality of Republican-backed state laws in Texas and Florida that constrain the ability of social media companies to curb content on their platforms that these businesses deem objectionable. The justices took up two cases involving challenges by technology industry groups who argued that these 2021 laws restricting the content-moderation practices of large social media platforms violate the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment protections for freedom of speech. Lower courts split on the issue, striking down key provisions of Florida's law while upholding the Texas measure.
The leaders of nine Mediterranean and southern European countries met Friday in Malta with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen for talks focused on the thorny issue of migration.Von der Leyen will hold talks with Meloni and French President Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of the Malta summit to discuss implementing the plan, which includes the possible expansion of naval missions in the Mediterranean.
The EV company expects to use the proceeds to ramp up deliveries. Fisker earlier this month reiterated its plan to increase deliveries of its flagship Ocean sports utility vehicle to 300 units per day later this year. The new investment follows a previously announced convertible notes offering of $340 million in July to the unnamed investor.
A Turkish court held another hearing Friday in the trial of sociologist and writer Pinar Selek over a deadly 1998 explosion, as her supporters protested the case against her outside.On Tuesday, PEN America, which campaigns for the freedoms of writers, urged the Turkish government to dismiss all charges against Selek.
The jailed leader of Tunisian opposition party Ennahdha, Rached Ghannouchi, 82, began a hunger strike on Friday to protest his detention and express support for other "political prisoners", his party said.Ghannouchi "decided to begin a three-day hunger strike to denounce the arbitrary and unfounded prosecution of the opposition", said Imed Khemiri, spokesman for the Islamist-inspired Ennahdha party.
More than 50 people were killed and dozens more wounded in Pakistan's Balochistan province on Friday by a suicide bomber targeting a procession marking the birthday of Islam's Prophet Mohammed, officials said.On the same occasion in April 2006, a suicide bomber killed at least 50 people in the port city of Karachi after detonating a device at a gathering of Sunni Muslims.
"I was taught to be a good feminist and turn my nose up at porn. Then everything I thought I knew about resisting objectification was turned upside down."
The administration's offshore drilling plan proposes no more than three lease sales over the next five years — the smallest number in the leasing program's history.
India's severely stressed water resources have come under the spotlight this week as farmers and trade unions in Karnataka state reignited protests over the sharing of the Cauvery river waters with neighbouring Tamil Nadu. The Cauvery river originates in Talakaveri in Karnataka's Coorg district and runs for nearly 800 kilometres, flowing through Tamil Nadu into the Bay of Bengal. A number of dams in Karnataka - including the Krishna Raja Sagara (KRS) dam constructed during the British colonial rule of India - restrict the flow of water towards Tamil Nadu.
General Mark Milley steps down on Friday after a tumultuous term as the top US military officer that saw him face repeated crises at home and abroad.His departure comes at a time when the US military -- particularly its leadership -- has been under repeated fire from conservative politicians and pundits, especially over the alleged imposition of "woke" policies on the armed forces.
Chipmaker Intel said on Friday it had begun high-volume production using extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography machines at its $18.5 billion plant in Ireland, calling it a "landmark" moment as it seeks to regain ground on its rivals. The EUV tools, which are theoretically precise enough to hit a person's thumb with a laser pointer from the moon, will play a key role in meeting Intel's goal of delivering five generations of technology in four years, the U.S. company said. The effort in Ireland is Intel's first attempt at high-volume manufacturing using EUV technology.
The dramatic fluctuation in shares of Vietnamese electric vehicle maker VinFast is "normal", its chief executive told AFP on Friday, insisting the company was on sound footing despite racking up huge losses."It's normal for the share price to be very volatile at the beginning of the listing, especially with such a very small free float," she told AFP in an interview at the company's offices in Hanoi.
“Being there, it was like having him back,” his father told CNN six months after the journalist was detained.
The death toll from a Nagorno-Karabakh fuel depot blast soared to 170 on Friday as the exodus from the ethnic Armenian enclave following its fall to Azerbaijani forces continued unabated.The exodus has been accompanied by accounts of families burning their belongings so that they do not fall into Azerbaijani hands.