from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.
Faced with sectarian violence in the country’s northeast, the government has responded by disputing reports on the clashes and punishing those who covered them. From: New York Times
Sandakan – “We are disciples and brothers in Christ even if we are socially separated. Christ’s mission does not stop when we are separated to contain the spread of the virus”, said Mgr. Julius Dusin Gitom, Bishop of Sandakan, in the province of Sabah, in Malaysian Borneo. Mgr. Gitom is the first bishop of the… Leggi tutto »
Australia batter Will Pucovski is likely to miss the first Test against England as he continues his recovery from concussion symptoms. from: BBC News
British men’s number one Cameron Norrie continues his bid to reach the ATP Finals with a solid opening win at the Paris Masters.
The conviction of the man who arranged the fatal flight is only one part of a complex jigsaw.
Port au Prince – “The situation on the island is more and more dramatic, not only because of the earthquake of August 14 and the disasters caused by the passage of the storm Grace, but above all for the worsening of violence and of the armed gangs that have taken over and are in fact… Leggi tutto »
Ciudad Juarez – “We make a respectful but energetic appeal to the government of Mexico to abandon the repression against migrants and respect its constitutional mandate to make the human rights of all effective. We believe that there are more fraternal paths for human mobility in general, therefore, we continue to reach out to the… Leggi tutto »
Vatican City – “In many other parts of the world where there is an ongoing conflict, if someone dies or there are attacks, the press all over the planet talk about it. In Cameroon, clashes, killings, massacres or kidnappings have been taking place every day for years, but nobody talks about it. Obviously they are… Leggi tutto »
The North said it tested a new antiaircraft missile, the second missile test this week and the seventh this year, indicating that it is ramping up its weapons development. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Property prices have risen at 10% or more a year for each of the last five months, the Nationwide says.
The central bank may start paring back its emergency support for the economy “soon” – but didn’t say when. from: BBC News
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
The PM begins replacing middle-ranking and junior ministers in his biggest rejig since entering No 10.
Okara – “A house of prayer, a place of worship where one can connect with God and where other activities that are not prayer and spiritual are not allowed” declared Mgr. Indrias Rehmat, Bishop of Faisalabad, on the occasion of the consecration of the first diocesan church dedicated to Saint Camillus, in the village called… Leggi tutto »
Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah wins the 100m at the Diamond League meet in Paris in 10.72 seconds with Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith third. from: BBC News
Sharon Pickles and Clinton Ashmore both died from a stab wound to the neck.
Hospital bosses pay tribute to Eileen Barrott as police continue to search for her husband.
Ollie Robinson’s maiden five-wicket haul continues England’s resurgence in the first Test against India – but the hosts’ sloppiness in the field costs them on day three at Trent Bridge. from: BBC News