Republican Paul Gosar tweeted a video depicting sword attacks on Joe Biden and a congresswoman. from: BBC News
The pact, announced Sunday, defused a crisis that had paralyzed several cities, but it also highlighted the government’s struggle to assert itself against religious extremists. From: New York Times
A new cableway and hundreds of giant murals have brightened lives in Iztapalapa, Mexico City’s most populous neighborhood, but poverty and attacks against women are still pervasive. From: New York Times
from: BBC News A service supporting families in Wales saw a rise in “child on parent” domestic abuse in lockdown.
Killings of Arabs by Arabs have soared in Israel. The prevailing assumption, an official said, was “as long as they are killing each other, that’s their problem.” From: New York Times
from: BBC News Inquests have opened into the deaths of a woman and three children found dead at a house in Derbyshire.
Demonstrators have been marching against lockdowns and mandatory vaccines in Australia’s second largest city. from: BBC News
Reports suggest the Taliban are searching for, and allegedly killing, people they pledged to leave in peace. from: BBC News
Security personnel were called in to remove several members after violence erupted on the parliament floor. from: BBC News
The police said it was the first time officers had been forced to use “a range of nonlethal options” to disperse anti-lockdown protesters in Melbourne. From: New York Times
Tonga coach and former Australia great Toutai Kefu says he is out of hospital and “doing well” after a violent attack by intruders at his home.
Protesters attacked houses owned by Syrians after tensions flared over reports of a fatal stabbing. from: BBC News
Protesters clashed with police as they demanded the government be dismissed over Covid failings. from: BBC News
Protesters marching through downtown Sydney on Saturday. Some clashed with the police, and 57 people were arrested. From: New York Times