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    Prince William name-check Prince Harry as he thanked friends at a private reception celebrating the unveiling of their late mother's statue, reports say. The 39-year-old heir is said to have spoken on behalf of himself and the Duke of Sussex, 37, at the event at Kensington Palace. Prince Harry jetted back to Britain from his home in Santa Barbara, California, for the statue reveal in July. But he missed the private reception at the west London palace - which was held to thank friends and donors. A source claims that a private reception held last week, Prince William thanked guests on their behalf as a pair, saying the brothers were 'both happy' with the statue A source told the Sun Prince William said the brothers were 'both happy' with the statue: 'It was very intimate and sweet. They said: 'There was a real family feel as many of Diana's 17 godchildren were also there. 'William made a brilliant speech saying thank you from him and Harry and how happy they both were with the statue. He mentioned Harry by name. 'The brothers...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – No migrants remain at the Texas border encampment where almost 15,000 people, most of them Haitians, had converged seeking asylum, local and federal officials said. The border crossing in Del Rio, Texas was partially opened Saturday afternoon for trade and travel operations, said U.S. Customs and Border Protection in a statement. Cargo traffic was set to reopen on Monday. READ MORE: AAA: Florida Gas Prices Fall Slightly But Drivers Still Paying Most Expensive Prices Since Oct. 2014 The agency temporarily closed the crossing on Sept. 17 and rerouted traffic to the one in Eagle Pass, Texas, after as many as 15,000 mostly Haitian migrants suddenly crossed into Del Rio from Mexico and made camp around the U.S. side of the border bridge. While the border is back to normal operation, the outrage over how the Haitians were treated while under the bridge remain. Sunday, a coalition of Haitian American pastors in collaboration with civic organizations, held an emergency press conference. The group says the Call to Action Community Rally draws support for those in need and Miami...
                        Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) official Michelle Fiscus apparently did not purchase a dog muzzle through amazon.com and send it to her state office so she could later frame someone else for the act. The Nashville-based WSMV reported this week that someone, whom the station did not identify, set up a fraudulent account in Fiscus’ name and then sent the muzzle to Fiscus’ office. “Now, News4 Investigates has confirmed that on Thursday Fiscus received an email from Amazon reading in part, ‘We believe that an unauthorized party has registered an account with your AmEX ending in 2008.’ The state investigation also found the second Amazon account was using the exact same credit card number on Fiscus’ current credit card.” But, according to the Amazon email, the fraudulent account, which sent the muzzle on July 1, 2021, was using an AmEx number 2008,” WSMV reported. “News4 Investigates has received a screen grab of conversations between Fiscus and an American Express representative that confirmed that 2008 number was associated with...
    Former President Donald Trump said in a statement through his Save America PAC that the media has now admitted he “was right about everything they lied about before the election.” “Have you noticed that they are now admitting I was right about everything they lied about before the election?” Trump stated in his press release. Trump’s statement Saturday included a list of things he claimed he’s been proven right about, including that “The Virus came from a Chinese lab,” “Hunter Biden’s laptop was real,” and “Lafayette Square was not cleared for a photo op,” among other claims. Here’s the complete list from the former president’s statement: Hydroxychloroquine works The Virus came from a Chinese lab Hunter Biden’s laptop was real Lafayette Square was not cleared for a photo op The “Russian Bounties” story was fake We did produce vaccines before the end of 2020, in record time Blue state lockdowns didn’t work Schools should be opened Critical Race Theory is a disaster for our schools and our Country Our Southern Border security program was unprecedentedly successful Recently, many...
    PRITI Patel has slammed Extinction Rebellion activists who blocked printing presses - as they are cleared of any charges due to a technicality. The Home Secretary said the protesters were "disruptive and dangerous", describing their actions as an attack on the free Press. 4Priti Patel has slammed Extinction Rebellion activists who blocked printing presses in SeptemberCredit: AP 4The Home Secretary said the protesters were 'disruptive and dangerous', describing their actions as an attack on the free PressCredit: Getty 4XR demonstrators used a boat to block the road near a printing pressCredit: Rex Dozens of eco-warriors blocked roads near printworks in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, Knowsley near Liverpool and close to Glasgow in September – halting deliveries of national newspapers. Ms Patel said: "The free Press is a cornerstone of our democracy, and the disruptive and frankly dangerous tactics deployed by these individuals last year were totally unacceptable. "I speak with the police day in, day out and they've told me the current legislation used for managing protests is not fit for purpose." Three Extinction Rebellion protesters - Katie Ritchie-Moulin, 22, Harrison Radcliffe,...
    Today, StreamElements and its partner, analytics company Rainmaker.gg, have put out the February issue of their “State of the Stream” report. It’s something of a fascinating document because, as the end of the pandemic draws near, it’s another piece of evidence that live-streaming platforms were one of the winners of the crisis. (You know, assuming there can be winners to a global mass death event.) The biggest finding in this month’s report is that, in terms of hours watched, both Twitch and Facebook Gaming are up around 80 percent year over year. To be slightly more specific: Twitch has grown by 82 percent, while Facebook Gaming grew by 79 percent. For Twitch, that translates to more than 1.8 billion hours of watch time in February; Facebook Gaming, on the other hand, cleared 400 million hours. (For reference: in March 2020, as the pandemic was beginning, Twitch cleared 1.1 billion watch hours. And last April, Facebook Gaming had crossed 291 million hours watched.) Those numbers are both massive and, I think, durable: both figures are actually a decrease from...
    BLACK Lives Matter protesters have vowed "it's an eye for an eye" as they threaten violence in New York after cops were cleared over the death of Breonna Taylor. Thousands of demonstrators marched in the street in Brooklyn while chanting "Say her name, Breonna Taylor" and beating drums. 20Protesters march in Brooklyn, New YorkCredit: Getty Images - Getty 20Demonstrators were protesting the decision not to prosecute cops over Breonna Taylor's deathCredit: EPA 20Thousands marched in Brooklyn and Manhattan overnightCredit: EPA 20The crowd chanted 'Black Lives Matter' and held signs as they marchedCredit: Getty Images - Getty 20A woman leads a chant with a megaphoneCredit: EPA 20A man holds an American flag upside down during the marchCredit: JEENAH MOON Outside the Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn, a demonstrator with a microphone reportedly said: "Forget 'turn the other cheek', we're way past that, it's an 'eye for an eye' now." Another speaker said: "All of this anger, and they still have billions of our dollars. They're using our money, taxpayer money, to brutalise us. To murder us." Some lay down on the...
    BLACK Lives Matter protesters have vowed "it's an eye for an eye" as they threaten violence in New York after cops were cleared over the death of Breonna Taylor. Thousands of demonstrators marched in the street in Brooklyn while chanting "Say her name, Breonna Taylor" and beating drums. 9Protesters march in Brooklyn, New YorkCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9Demonstrators were protesting the decision not to prosecute cops over Breonna Taylor's deathCredit: EPA 9Thousands marched in Brooklyn and Manhattan overnightCredit: EPA 9The crowd chanted 'Black Lives Matter' and held signs as they marchedCredit: Getty Images - Getty Outside the Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn, a demonstrator with a microphone reportedly said: "Forget 'turn the other cheek', we're way past that, it's an 'eye for an eye' now." Another speaker said: "All of this anger, and they still have billions of our dollars. They're using our money, taxpayer money, to brutalise us. To murder us." Some lay down on the ground for eight minutes and 46 seconds - the same amount of time cop Derek Chauvin pressed his knee into George Floyd's...
    GERMAN police have said their investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance has shown her parents are completely innocent. Cops said they have found "no indication whatsoever" that the tot's mum and dad, Kate and Gerry, were involved when she vanished while on holiday in Praia da Luz in 2007. 7Kate and Gerry McCann have never given up hope of finding MadeleineCredit: PA:Press Association 7Madeleine McCann vanished more than 13 years agoCredit: AP:Associated Press German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters was speaking on Portuguese television as he continued to insist Christian B is their "only" suspect. He also said that "everything" the investigators have points to Madeleine being dead, despite her parents refusing to believe it until her body has been found. Wolters addressed unfounded allegations against Kate and Gerry as he responded to criticism of the investigation from controversial ex-cop Goncalo Amaral. Amaral was a top inspector in the Polícia Judiciária (PJ), a police division for investigating the most serious crimes, at the time of Maddie's disappearance. He was removed from his post over the poor handling of the case...
    Former coronavirus patients say they are still suffering from horrific symptoms months after beating the deadly disease.  Samantha Demmler tested positive to COVID-19 after returning to Melbourne from the U.S. with a 'little tickle in her throat' on March 20. 'It didn't seem I had this thing that was causing the whole world to stop,' she previously told Daily Mail Australia.  'I'm a pretty optimistic person but I started to panic. It definitely catches up to you. Your mind starts thinking and playing scenarios on what could happen.'  Samantha Demmler (pictured) tested positive to COVID-19 in March and still has symptoms four months later The 27-year-old musician was cleared by authorities on March 29, but four months later she is still fighting the lasting effects of the disease. 'Since having the virus, my main lingering effects have been a build up of fluid in my lungs, decreased sense of smell and memory loss,' she said in a Facebook update.  Ms Demmler's case is not isolated, with many coronavirus survivors finding their recovery has stretched to well beyond the two-week incubation...
    An Oregon police officer was cleared of any wrongdoing after a video appeared to show him flashing a 'white power' sign during a Black Lives Matter protest on the Fourth of July. The Department of Oregon State Police announced that it launched an investigation into the disturbing allegations after footage was shared to social media. Video shows at least six Oregon officers in between Black Lives Matter supporters and a group of counter-protesters at a peaceful demonstration on Saturday in Salem. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Frank Sinatra hated Donald Trump, the late singer's daughter tells her former... Congressional candidate KW Miller claims Beyonce is 'not even African American'... Share this article Share The accused officer appears to walk towards a counter-protester while joining his left thumb and index finger while stretching out her remaining three fingers. A counter-protester, accused of being a Proud Boys member on social media, then gives the officer a congenial slap on the back The videos's caption read: 'Tell me again how defund the police is wrong when no one even bats...
    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan issued an executive order Wednesday morning declaring that gathering in the zone is considered unlawful assembly that requires city and police action, The Seattle Times reported.  Over 100 heavily equipped police officers swept through the protest zone to clear it, overturning toilets as they went. The order comes on the heels of four recent shootings, including one that killed a teenager.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. More than 100 heavily armed police officers swept through the Seattle CHOP "autonomous zone" early Wednesday morning carrying out a city order to clear the area, the Seattle Times first reported. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan's executive order declared gathering in the autonomous zone unlawful and warned that city agencies, including police, would be shutting it down. Officers overturned public toilets in the area and ordered people to leave, according to The Seattle Times. Those who didn't were arrested, the department tweeted. "Officers enforcing today's order are wearing a higher-level of protective gear," the department tweeted. "Police are utilizing this equipment because individuals associated w/the CHOP are known...
    SANTA ROSA (KPIX 5) — Officials in Santa Rosa on Tuesday prepared to move forward with the clearing out of multiple homeless encampments under Highway 101. It was supposed to happen weeks ago, but was delayed by coronavirus concerns. Nearly every US Highway 101 underpass in Santa Rosa has a sizable homeless camp underneath it. The camps have been there for months. Exposure to the coronavirus at the encampments further complicated plans to clear the homeless from under the freeway overpasses. “Two inmates from Sonoma County Jail were released, pending their test results. But instead of going to where they were asked to go to, they ended up under the freeway,” explained Director of Housing and Community Services David Gouin. Mike Salvato lives under College Street overpass. “The jail is right down the street, so a lot of people when they get out, they just walk down here. There’s always trouble makers coming in and out of camp,” said Salvato. Those two former inmates tested positive for COVID-19. They are now at a separate location, but the remaining homeless in...
    President Trump vowed Tuesday that what happened in Seattle will not take place in the nation's capital, and that no such "autonomous" zone" will be established in D.C. after protesters who attempted to set up such a space were cleared out the night before. Demonstrators on Monday had blocked off an area that they called the "Black House Autonomous Zone," or "BHAZ." SEATTLE WILL MOVE TO DISMANTLE 'CHOP' ZONE AFTER SHOOTINGS, MAYOR SAYS "There will never be an 'Autonomous Zone' in Washington, D.C., as long as I’m your President. If they try they will be met with serious force!" Trump tweeted Tuesday morning. Protesters also had defaced and attempted to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson near the White House, and the historic St. John's Episcopal Church, often called the Church of the Presidents, was vandalized with "BHAZ" spray-painted on its pillars. TRUMP BLASTS 'WEAK' STATE LEADERS FOR ALLOWING REMOVAL OF STATUES AND HISTORIC MONUMENTS The efforts by protesters were similar to those in Seattle who carved out the "Capitol Hill Organized Protest," or "CHOP," in the city's Capitol Hill neighborhood more than two weeks ago....
    Some libraries in New York have opened back up with limited services for patrons as the state recovers from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Empire State Development announced that regions in Phase 1 of reopening are permitted to allow curbside pick-up services; while those in Phase 2 are allowed limited in-person pickup, though capacity inside will be limited. According to officials, at most libraries, patrons can request materials online or over the phone and then later pick them up at a time specified by library staff. Once they are reopened, libraries are expected to be restricted to less than 50 percent capacity. Per state and federal guidelines, staff members and patrons will have to wear face coverings and continue following social distancing practices by staying at least six feet apart. “Libraries that are operated by a not-for-profit or other non-governmental organization may perform curbside or 'in-store' pickup once the region in which they are located reaches Phase 1 and may perform other 'in-store' operations once the region in which they are located reaches...
    Rick Schosberg begins his Mondays at 4:15 a.m., when he arrives at Belmont Park to train his horses and help the nearly 600 backstretch workers who call the track home to stay safe during the coronavirus era. Racing will finally return to Belmont on Wednesday, but the work of training and caring for horses never stopped, even as the pandemic began to shut down the state in March. “It’s a whole new world out there, but I think everybody really showed the incentive to do everything they could to show the powers that be and the governor’s office that we really are serious about making sure everybody remains healthy while we’re going about our daily business,” Schosberg, a veteran trainer and chair of the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association’s backstretch/safety committee, told The Post on Friday. “I think the backstretch community and all the organizations, working together in lockstep for a single initiative, not only did it help us during this but moving forward, it shows we can communicate and we can work together on all initiatives to better our...
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