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    REMEMBER when we were told that voting to leave the EU would mean we would “take back control” of our borders? Most of us guessed that would mean immigration going down. 5Who would have guessed that immigration figures would go up like this after we left the European Union?Credit: Reuters 5In 2010, David Cameron campaigned on reducing immigration from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands - the latter being the rate in the 1990sCredit: PA 5And in 2015, then-Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband admitted low-skilled migration numbers were too highCredit: PA 5In 2017, Theresa May again stated she wanted to bring net migration down to the tens of thousandsCredit: PA 5And just prior to the Brexit vote in 2016, Boris Johnson said that reducing migration to the tens of thousands would only be possible if Britain left the EUCredit: MoD/Crown Copyright Who would have thought that the ­Government would take things in the other direction? New figures out this week show net migration to the UK at an all-time high. More than half a million people...
    A great, and rare, pleasure in a critic’s life comes when a film that had originally irritated you slowly but surely begins to claw back a bit of space in your opinion, carving out an area in which it can be seen by you with nearly objective eyes, and finally wins you over to its cause. Such was the experience for this reviewer of watching the animated film Unicorn Wars, whose teeth-grinding premise (a platoon of teddy bears goes to war against forest-dwelling unicorns) soon gives way to a pleasingly macabre register, and whose limber animation fleshes out what had appeared like try-hard edgelordism. As the film begins, a ragtag squadron of teddy bears—including two mismatched brothers, Bluey (who is blue and angry) and Tubby (who is pink and kind)—are in training to do battle against the perceived mortal enemy of teddies, a herd of sleek black unicorns who dwell in the nearby forest. These opening scenes take a fair bit of getting used to, not least because they are quite character-focused, and the characters are… little teddy bears. The...
    by John Solomon   A half century ago, Americans held grave concerns that J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI and other U.S. intelligence agencies had abused civil rights, improperly targeted enemies and illegally gathered evidence, so Congress set out on a great cleansing mission. It formed a special committee chaired by Idaho Sen. Frank Church that laid bare the wrongdoing, overhauled the bureau and created new guardrails to protect civil liberties. A growing number of influential figures in Washington are arguing it’s time for another Church Committee after a tumultuous six years in which the FBI admitted it misled the FISA court while spying on Donald Trump’s campaign, had executives who lied, doctored evidence or usurped prosecutors’ authority, and employed agents who dropped the ball on a sexual abuse scandal involving Olympians and overcollected evidence in a raid of a former president’s home. The revelation this week that the bureau secretly paid a Russian businessman as a confidential informant against Trump even though he was suspected of lying and having ties to the Kremlin’s intelligence agencies only accelerated support for a...
    PARENTS have been urged to look out for the signs of a deadly illness as cases climb. Latest figures show 65 confirmed incidences of meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia. 1Charity Meningitis Now says it is concerned that these figures will continue to increase following historic lows seen during CovidCredit: Getty While these numbers are still well below the pre-pandemic levels, experts are particularly worried about cases of MenB. Of these 65 cases, MenB accounted for 57 in total, which equates to 88 per cent. There were three cases of MenW, with one occurring in the 20 to 24 age group. Overall, there were 14 cases in children aged under 5 and all but one of these were MenB. Read more on meningitis MUM’S INSTINCT I thought I’d caught Covid from my flatmate until mum urged me to call 999 RASHY HORROR Mum reveals how to check your child's rash for signs of killer disease In total there were 29 cases in the 15 to 19 age group, with 26 due to MenB. MeB is usually caused by a bacteria...
    As part of the company’s new anti-harassment policy update, social media giant Facebook plans to begin removing “sexualized attacks” on celebrities from its platform. A Facebook executive explained the company’s reasoning: “We made these changes because attacks like these can weaponize a public figure’s appearance, which is unnecessary and often not related to the work these public figures represent.” Variety reports that Facebook has stated that it will begin removing “severe sexualizing content” that targets public figures such as celebrities, politicians, creators, and those that Facebook believes have become “involuntarily” famous, as part of an update to the company’s anti-harassment policy. Mark Zuckerberg Smiles during testimony (Pool/Getty) Kim Kardashian strikes a pose (UPI) The policy will apply across both Facebook and Instagram. Facebook clarified that it already removes a number of types of attacks on public figures but the new rules mean that the company will specifically remove severe sexualizing content; derogatory and sexualized photoshopped images and drawings, Facebook Pages, groups, or events that are dedicated to sexualizing a public figure; and attacks through “negative physical descriptions” linked to a public figure’s...
    The Millennial generation has faced more than its share of economic challenges, from the Great Recession to exorbitant housing costs to massive student loan debt. Much of the reporting on Millennials who are living paycheck to paycheck has focused on those who are poor or lower middle class, but journalist Hillary Hoffower, in an article published by Business Insider on September 16, takes a look at a different phenomenon: Millennials who are making six figures yet still living paycheck to paycheck. Hoffower reports that according to a recent survey by PYMNTS and LendingClub, 60% of Millennials who are making more than $100,000 a year are living paycheck to paycheck. "That's partly because of lifestyle choices," Hoffower explains. "Many of these Millennials are likely HENRYs, short for high earner, not rich yet. The acronym was invented in 2003, but it has come to characterize a certain group of 30-something six-figure earners who struggle to balance their spending and savings habits." Of course, many people reading Hoffower's article will have a hard time feeling sorry for those living-paycheck-to-paycheck HENRYs, many of...
    TikTok users have been posting videos of stolen Lebron James heads. TikTok user @calanmcgowan/_TikTok user @j__a__s__o__n_ The heads of Lebron James toys are being stolen from "Space Jam" merchandise. A viral TikTok trend started in mid-July is causing some stores to lock these heads away. There's no clear reason as to why these heads are deemed valuble by those on the social media app. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. TikTok users have been stealing the heads off Lebron James figures at retail stores. This incredibly odd trend has pulled in millions of views and created an unknown number of action figures sitting on store shelves missing a face.  According to Know Your Meme, the initial head thief was TikTok user @calanmcgowan, who on July 14 posted a video featuring a stolen head from the "Space Jam: A New Legacy" LBJ Big...
    Everyone takes a bad picture, it’s no surprise Tom Brady does too. What’s surprising is that the perfect NFL quarterback allowed a photo so vile to go viral. Brady took a break from training camp on Sunday to attend the 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony, to specifically watch his longtime rival Peyton Manning get enshrined. During the night, Brady caught up with Manning’s former coach Tony Dungy, who shared the nice moment on social media. “Nothing but class!” Dungy said of Brady. “Taking a day to leave training camp to be there shows the love and respect they have for each other. We were competitors on the field but I have ultimate respect for Tom as well!” While Dungy’s words were nice, the photo he posted of Brady was much less kind. Ignoring the use of shadow and light, the photographer took a picture that left social media shocked and frightened as Brady and Dungy stare deep into your soul. Another player I caught up with last night at Peyton’s HOF party—Tom Brady. Nothing but class!...
    Before formal writing systems existed, prehistoric peoples told stories through what we know as cave paintings. The idea that these cave paintings survived thousands of years, through wars, technological advances and natural disasters, is impressive. It catches our attention and intrigues us. Around the world, cave paintings offer a glimpse of what prehistoric life was like, from ancient flora and fauna to spiritual ceremonies or rituals. and the primary importance of hunting. In France we have, for example, the Lascaux cave, discovered in 1949 by a group of teenagers in southwestern France, in 1940. After young people shared their discovery, the group of cave paintings It became a very busy tourist spot. It is usually called the Prehistoric Sistine Chapel. Exposure to the elements, and constant foot traffic, led to an alarming deterioration of the cave paintings, resulting in the closure of the site to the public in 1963. Although it is no longer possible to enter the main caves, precise replicas have been made so that all visitors can enjoy this prehistoric art. The paintings feature more than 6,000...
    (CNN)As the rate of Covid-19 vaccinations climbed and new infection numbers plummeted in spring, many Americans thought they were in for a carefree summer. But lagging vaccinations and a highly contagious new variant dragged the US back into a vicious Covid-19 surge -- one that's prompted new mask mandates and measures and still shows no signs of slowing down. Covid-19 infections of vaccinated people are expected. But the unvaccinated are the big highway of transmission, expert saysThe rise in cases is being driven by unvaccinated Americans -- who health officials say also make up most of hospitalized Covid-19 patients and deaths across the country. Fueling the surge is the dangerous Delta variant, a strain so contagious that those who were not previously infected or have not been vaccinated will likely get it, said Scott Gottlieb, the head of the Food and Drug Administration in the Trump administration.If America doesn't vaccinate a large enough number of its population to help crush this outbreak, the surge could become the country's worst yet, some experts warn."This surge that we're going through right now...
    Tips for choosing the best 3D printer As you will understand, choose the 3D printer that better go with us is a task that requires time and dedication. That’s why we want to pave the way for you with this series of criteria that you should take into account to choose the best model on the market: Mounting Assemble a 3D printer it can be a real torture. Especially if you are not up to the task of doing it. Although these models are ideal for designers, they also there are other printers that require little assembly or programming. Print volume Print volume refers to the size of the figures that we can print with our 3D printer. The larger the volume, the larger the printed part. If what you want is a printer with a good volume of printing, you should make sure the base has enough surface area to hold the figure. At the very least, make it 20×20 centimeters. Materials Another thing you should attend to is material on which you will want to print your...
    Fact check: Nobel Prize winner did not say COVID-19 vaccine recipients have no chance of survival Judge says Trumps false election claims still pose threat months later As part of an upcoming ad campaign, Twitch showcased three of the platform’s biggest stars in their own unique animated shorts detailing their origin story according to their chat. © Provided by Dot Esports The streamers involved were Pokimane, Ninja, and Timthetatman, who all had their “legend” told in colorful animated goodness. You can check out these animations on Twitch’s social media, as well as the social media accounts of each respective streamer. The ad campaign will also reportedly be showcased in New York’s Time Square, bringing some of Twitch’s biggest stars to a mainstream audience. Alongside these animations, Twitch has collaborated with Canadian collectible company Youtooz to bring these animated characters to life. Announced earlier today, three figures have been revealed as part of the Twitch Legends collection, with one for Pokimane, Ninja, and Timthetatman. How to purchase Twitch x Youtooz collection Pre-orders for the figures went live today on March...
    SCIOTO- The end of March concluded national Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, but members of the Scioto County Board of DD say its mission of bettering lives carries on year-round. Among its biggest challenges Superintendent Matt Purcell says is ensuring a safe and accommodating environment for the 800 people in its care, working with them from birth through adulthood. The difficulty comes down to infrastructure, many local buildings and sidewalks in place before the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. At their Gallia Street school, serving 70 students, work has been done to build a ramp, elevator, and widening of door frames with assistance from the Scioto County Commissioners. These moves appreciated, Purcell said he would prefer a one-story building if the cards were on the table. “It is incumbent upon us to make sure if anybody in this community has an accessible building it’s us,” he said, the very Vern Riffe School where the board is located was built in 1909. “It’s a charming building with ample space, although it does have its obstacles. When we do...
    The U.S. Agency For International Development uses a tool called the Conflict Assessment Framework to understand foreign countries that are in various stages of civil strife, and to illuminate the resilience of their political systems, and the likelihood of societal violence. In the past, places such as Northern Ireland, Rwanda, and South Africa have been studied, to name a few. Having used the same tool to assess the current situation in our own country, the agency concluded that it paints a “damning picture of American politics,” and concludes that “the likelihood of violence in the United States is troubling. (Foreign Affairs Mar/Apr ’21). A significant part of the unease here revolves around the rise of political extremism, coupled with the fact that the U.S. continues to become more and more of an armed camp. The last few years have witnessed an explosion of gun ownership, with rates per 100 people far exceeding those of any other nation on earth. For example, the latest figures for the U.S. are 120.5 guns per 100 persons vs. the next highest, 62.1 in the...
    There are a couple of Funko Pop figures that are literally priceless thanks to the fact that they have never been for sale and are extremely rare. Funko Pop figures have made a big name for themselves in the world of collectibles thanks to their eye-catching designs and multiple franchises. It is thanks to this that special edition figures have emerged or that are exclusive to stores or events. It is thanks to this that we have a couple of these figures that are really invaluable, as they have never been for sale and only 10 people in the world have them. And no, They don’t have to do with Batman or any superheroes, they have to do with Willy Wonka. Come with me and you will see … Most of the special editions of Funko figures always have to do with Batman or other superheroes. So much so that there are completely ridiculous figures that are worth a lot of money.. The world of collecting is very rare. But what we will see next isWith a couple of...
    NBA legends like Jordan and LeBron are key to sneaker sales – it’s a win-win business that grows exponentially every year. The sale of sneakers constitutes the greatest financial backing for most of the stars of the NBA, especially the legends. Michael Jordan and LeBron James are the two highest paid. The particularity? Jordan retired in 2003 and quadruples the amount received by the Lakers star. Nike, Adidas and Puma are fighting to take over the greatest in basketball. However, since Jordan signed with Nike in 1984, no one has been able to beat the American company. A study of Forbes reveals that Jordan received, until 2019, 130 million dollars a year for the sponsorship of Nike. Only and exclusively for the shoes. LeBron James receives $ 32 million for the same concept, followed by Kevin Durant (26 million) and Giannis Antetokounmpo (10 million). Michael Jordan, King Midas of Nike Nike’s Jordan Brand subsidiary reached $ 3.14 billion in 2019. « It’s spreading as a lifestyle brand, » Cowen & Co. analyst John Kernan was quoted as saying by...
    How Emergencies Like Coronavirus Expose Nonsense Business Practices This Supra Drift Car Has a Carbon Kevlar Body and a 1000-HP 2JZ Under the Hood Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Seniors Are Getting These Unsold 2020 SUVs For Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft A slam dunk if you need a balance transfer Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © Peter Stark - Getty Images Let's face it: Getting yourself motivated to hit the gym isn't always easy. As much as you know you need to prioritize your health and fitness goals, sometimes you need a little extra push to get started on (or finish up) your latest...
    BE careful if you’re planning to beat lockdown boredom by having a big clearout. What you consider tat could be a collectors’ item, and experts believe the average attic contains unrecognised valuables worth £1,922. 12You could have cash collecting dust in the atticCredit: Shutterstock Kate Bliss, of TV’s Flog It! and Bargain Hunt, says: “People often think only old items are valuable, but even 1990s stuff can fetch a lot.” Toy auctioneer Tim Weeks, also seen on Bargain Hunt, adds: Things from the Eighties or Nineties are top of the charts. People often don’t recognise this and throw them out.” Kate and Tim tell how to find cash in your attic.  12Kate Bliss, of TV’s Flog It! and Bargain Hunt, tells howCredit: BBC 12Toy auctioneer Tim Weeks, also seen on Bargain Hunt, also shares his tips Credit: BBC - Handout BRITPOP VINYL - £65 12Vinuls from Kula Shaker could sell for £65 EVERYONE knows old Beatles vinyl is valuable . . . but records from the Britpop era aren’t exactly going for a song either. Tim says: “Vinyl is unbelievable. Most people might...
    The announcement on January 2 had not, but then not at all delighted certain leading magistrates of the Côte d’Azur, who like one man, had expressed their reluctance or even their total opposition to an advanced curfew at 6 p.m. . The main argument being the real impact that this measure would have on consumption behavior and on the internal organization of companies and therefore, by ripple effect, on their turnover. Nearly 15 days later, the flash survey conducted by the Nice Côte d’Azur Chamber of Commerce and Industry shows, through the figures, that the impact is very real and above all not insignificant. Thus, according to published data, 59% of companies from the trade, catering … Follow La Tribune Share economic information, receive our newsletters
    President Donald Trump has reportedly not wavered in his promise to veto the pending defense authorization bill. The president spoke with a number of Republican lawmakers following the 2020 election and reiterated his intent to veto the bill over language that would rename bases named after Confederate figures, according to NBC News. NBC noted that Trump’s stance on the issue further soured his relationship with former Defense Secretary Mark Esper, whom the president fired after the election and replaced with Acting Secretary Christopher Miller. (RELATED: Coronavirus Exposure Rocks Trump’s New DoD Leadership Team) WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 20: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to the press in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House on November 20, 2020 in Washington, DC. U.S. President Donald Trump held his first press conference in over a week to make an announcement on prescription drug prices as he continues to challenge the results of the 2020 Presidential election. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) A vote on the $740.5 billion package was put on hold until after the 2020 election back in...
    The focus of Governor Jared Polis's October 16 press conference was a plan for distributing a future COVID-19 vaccine that will be submitted to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention later today. But this information was accompanied by revelations regarding data about the novel coronavirus's current spread through the state, including a new record for daily cases and hospitalizations that continue to soar, with no end in sight. In revealing these figures, Polis encouraged people to cut back on gatherings. "If you have social plans this weekend with some friend to get together at their house or whatever it is, I suggest you avoid them for a few weeks," he said. The key Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment stats cited by Polis: 1,312 new positives today, as well as 352 hospitalizations. Those hospitalizations, he noted, are "the most since late May, and I am very concerned about this trend. We had three days over 1,000 cases, and our positivity rate continues to be just over 5 percent, which is the threshold from the World Health Organization about whether there...
    Governor Jared Polis issued a mandatory mask order for Colorado on July 16. That order was set to expire on October 12, but Polis just extended it for another thirty days, citing concerning figures about the spread of COVID-19 in the state. “This is the most worried I’ve been since mid-July,” the governor said at a press conference October 9. "We need to be better at wearing masks — not because I say to do it or because public-health officials say to do it," Polis explained. "It's because you care about your health and your family and your neighbors and your job. That's why we're doing it." Polis concluded with this: "Just wear a damn mask." These days, though, any discussion of masks quickly morphs from science into politics, as evidenced by the comments posted on the Westword Facebook story about Polis's extension of the mask order. Says Eron: Thanks for attempting to control this viral spread. So many ignorant people refuse to cooperate for the health of all. I will never understand the arrogant selfishness shown by these...
    On the 19th anniversary of September 11, 2001, some used the memory of terrorist attacks against America and compared it to COVID-19 deaths. On September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon took the lives of 2,977 people. Today, the death toll continues, as some who worked in the aftermath suffer from related illnesses. While many took the time to remember 9/11 and pay tribute to those lost, others had less-than-thoughtful takes. (RELATED: Here’s Why The Media Is Wrong To Compare Coronavirus Deaths To 9/11) New York Times columnist Paul Krugman began his 9/11 tribute tweet by claiming that it is “hard to remember how large the terrorist attack loomed in our national psyche” because the death toll from “COVID-19 is already the equivalent of 60 9/11s.” Overall, Americans took 9/11 pretty calmly. Notably, there wasn’t a mass outbreak of anti-Muslim sentiment and violence, which could all too easily have happened. And while GW Bush was a terrible president, to his credit he tried to calm prejudice, not feed it 2/ — Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) September...
    Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTrump 'failure' on COVID-19 will be central message of Biden convention Gun control groups seek convention momentum Democrats featuring 'rising stars' in convention keynotes MORE on Monday pushed for monuments of prominent suffragists to be created as the nation grapples with which figures to memorialize with statues.  “A lot of these women deserve statues,” Clinton said as part of a Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission virtual event.  She named Ida B. Wells, Sojourner Truth and Alice Paul among women who should be considered to be memorialized with monuments.  “When we think about, OK, if we’re going to have visible physical memorials, why don't we celebrate those women through history that moved us toward that more perfect union?” Clinton asked.  Activists have renewed calls to remove monuments memorializing Confederate figures and white supremacists amid protests over racial inequality sparked by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Others have also called out the lack of diversity among figures memorialized across the U.S.  Clinton mentioned a monument honoring Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton that is...
    The 2020 NFL season will be a tough one for players and coaches alike. Both parties involved are surrounded by a lot of adversities at the moment. All the 32 teams are set to welcome their rookies, injured players, and quarterbacks this week after getting the green light from VP Troy Vincent Sr. on July 18. But it remains to be seen if teams can mitigate the risk factor surrounding the COVID-19 crisis. In the meantime, we take a look at the highest-paid coaches in the NFL this year. There are some new names on the Forbes list this time around. Read on to find out if your favorite coach is making the big bucks! ALSO READ – Who Will Be The Starting QB For Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots? Bill Belichick tops the list of highest-paid NFL coaches John Harbaugh joined the Baltimore Ravens in 2008. Since then, he has led the Ravens to 128 wins in the League (including playoffs). This is the fourth-highest win tally over that same time span. As per the report, Harbaugh is on...
    Coronavirus — HOUSTON – The leading US government agency for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predicts that by the end of July there will be a marked increase in the number of people hospitalized for the coronavirus in several states from the country. According to the CDC, of ​​the seven forecast models used daily by the government, four of them show a considerable increase during this July. They are those of Columbia University, University of California, Johns Hopkins University and the COVID-19 Simulator Consortium. These models predict that as of July 28 there will be between 7,500 to 15,000 hospitalizations per day. Models from Georgia Tech, the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, and the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center point to a stabilization or decline by the same date around 1,000 hospitalizations. However, in Texas alone on Monday, July 6, 617 people were hospitalized. In the first 6 days of the month, 2,189 people have been detained in medical centers in this state. For his part, in Florida, hospitalizations in July have already reached 1,220. And...
    HOUSTON – The leading US government agency for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predicts that by the end of July there will be a marked increase in the number of people hospitalized for the coronavirus in several states from the country. According to the CDC, of ​​the seven forecast models used daily by the government, four of them show a considerable increase during this July. They are those of Columbia University, University of California, Johns Hopkins University and the COVID-19 Simulator Consortium. These models predict that as of July 28 there will be between 7,500 to 15,000 hospitalizations per day. Models from Georgia Tech, the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, and the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center point to a stabilization or decline by the same date around 1,000 hospitalizations. However, in Texas alone on Monday, July 6, 617 people were hospitalized. In the first 6 days of the month, 2,189 people have been detained in medical centers in this state. For his part, in Florida, hospitalizations in July have already reached 1,220. And it is...
    Coronavirus — The Ministry of Health continues trying to quantify the damage that the coronavirus pandemic has caused in Spanish residences. However, the dance of figures has prevented, to this day, the ministry from giving exact figures on the drama experienced in Spanish residences. According to the Cadena SER Sanidad, it has been reflected in a document that does not have reliable data provided by the Autonomous Communities to give a total balance of the deceased in these centers, although they estimate that nearly 20,000 people have died in the residences and that, of these, only half had undergone the PCR test while the rest had compatible symptoms, although they do not count in the official figures of the Ministry. The newspaper El País puts the number of people who died in residences in Spain during the pandemic at 27,359. The SER indicates that a community has not provided this information to the ministry and that two other autonomies have done so on a couple of occasions, in addition to reiterating that the Health data was full of inconsistencies,...
    Overnight, the ground seems to have fallen out from below the feet of the competitive community around Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as several figureheads and pro players in the game’s community have been credibly accused of sexual assault.  Hide Wednesday morning, 18-year-old professional player Troy “Puppeh” Wells released a detailed statement regarding his statutory rape by match commentator and community figure Cinnamon “Cinnpie” Dunson.  Hide My experience with CinnpieRead: https://t.co/fUXxYXshhc— Puppeh (@PuppehSSB) July 1, 2020 “Throughout the entire summer of 2016 I had a sexual relationship with Cinnpie (Cinnamon as she was known as during that time). She was 24 and I was only 14 during my experiences. I was manipulated, used, and sexualized,” Wells wrote. This video of Cinnpie getting touchy with 14 year old Puppeh around the same time…. my stomach hurts so freakin much pic.twitter.com/x3vNClXt6F— EQNX | SMGxPrincess ● (@SMGxPrincessirl) July 1, 2020 Hide Dunson has yet to respond to the allegations, and her social media remains undeleted.  After Wells’ bravery in coming forward with his story, the floodgates opened on other survivors willing to share...
    Coronavirus — Covid-19 changed the Mexican tradition of death 4:51 (CNN Spanish) – The number of deaths from coronavirus in Mexico exceeded that of Spain this Wednesday, according to figures published by the Ministry of Health of the Latin American country. Mexico reported 741 new deaths in the last 24 hours, leaving a total of 28,510 deaths. The total number of fatalities in Spain was 28,364 as of Wednesday night, according to the Johns Hopkins University count. Mexico now has the sixth highest number of deaths from covid-19 in the world. In addition, the Mexican Ministry of Health reported 5,681 new confirmed cases on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 231,770. The country currently has the tenth highest number in the world in registered coronavirus cases. Countries with the highest number of deaths With almost 10.7 million cases of covid-19 and more than 516,000 deaths, the world continues to face a pandemic that, according to the director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, “is neither close to finish ”. These are the...
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