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US experts bash EU decision to pause AstraZeneca vaccine; Texas, 'OPEN 100%,' has nation's 3rd-worst vaccination rate: COVID-19 updates

Duke University reported another 231 new cases from last week in its outbreak, nearly matching its total from the fall semester. Latest COVID-19 news.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Biden tells Central American migrants: 'Don't come over'

A US Customs and Border Protection agent stands guard on the US side of the US-Mexico border fence. PEDRO PARDO/AFP via Getty Images President Biden told people from Central America to stay in their "town or city or community." He said this in a televised interview after a marked increase in migrants at the US-Mexico border. The Biden administration is also bracing for a surge in unaccompanied migrant children at the border. See more stories on Insider's business page. President Biden...
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North Korea could be preparing to carry out weapons test

US intelligence has assessed that North Korea could be preparing to carry out their first weapons test since President Joe Biden came into office, according to several US officials speaking to CNN on condition of anonymity.
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Australia: Online reviews matter in our digital dependent post-COVID world: What do you do if they are defamatory? - Madgwicks

When is a review more than just negative & instead, defamatory? Who can claim? What if I do not know the writer? Defences.
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Video evidence suggests 'it is extremely likely' the same person was responsible for the shootings, police say

At least three people were killed and two were wounded after a shooting Tuesday at a massage parlor in an Atlanta suburb, authorities said.
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Australia: How to beat a demerit point suspension in NSW - Astor Legal

Explains demerit points & how to appeal a demerit point suspension & a good behaviour licence breach.
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Australia: The law, penalties and defences for manslaughter in New South Wales - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The law of manslaughter discussed. Recent case example provided.
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FilMart: ‘Paddington’ Animated Series Scores Representation in China

Vivendi-owned European film and TV studio Studiocanal has sealed a deal with Shanghai Senyu Media to represent Studiocanal’s “The Adventures of Paddington Bear” animated series in mainland China. Rights are being promoted at the virtual edition of Hong Kong rights market FilMart. The series debuted on Nickelodeon in western markets and has already delivered two seasons. […]
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Japan gay marriage ban unconstitutional in landmark ruling

The landmark ruling by a district court is seen as a symbolic victory for LGBTQ activists.
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Australia: Financiers urged to consider new building compliance requirements before lending - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Financiers should be aware of the new regulations & what they mean for lending arrangements with developer clients.
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13 of India's best islands

India is gigantic -- there are 28 states, with cultural and linguistic divergences between them. But there's more to this South Asian country than the mainland. India is also home to more than a thousand islands. Here are 13 of the best.
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Investigators point to leadership and investigative failures at Fort Hood in wake of service member deaths

The commander of the Army's Criminal Investigation Command told lawmakers on Tuesday that it is "not normal" that Fort Hood service members and families feel unsafe because of the level of crime there.
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Australia: Fake uber driver to be deported after conviction for indecent assault - Astor Legal

The law of indecent assault discussed. Includes recent case example.
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Australia: Deregulation. A small but significant change. - Hammond Taylor

Under new laws, lawyers no longer need to hold migration agent registration to practice in the area of immigration law.
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Australia news live: Labor attacks government over vaccine rollout delays and website errors – question time live

Several users receive error messages hours after site is launched; vaccine rollout fast-tracked over fears Papua New Guinea’s outbreak could spread to north Queensland. Follow liveFollow our global coronavirus blog 3.16am GMT Mark Butler to Scott Morrison: The Prime Minister’s long awaited announcement to launch the booking system for COVID vaccinations was executed with precision. In every newspaper and media outlet this morning. But there are already widespread reports of the system failin...
Tags: Health, Labor, Australia, Australia news, Asia Pacific, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Scott Morrison, Papua New Guinea, Mark Butler, Christian Porter, Minister for Health, Coronavirus


A teenage girl testified against her father in court after her brother turned him in to the FBI over his role in the Capitol insurrection

Rioters clash with police using big ladder trying to enter Capitol building through the front doors. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images A Capitol protester will stay in jail after his children gave officials information about their dad. Guy Reffitt reportedly threatened his kids after participating in the January 6 siege. His arrest has torn the family apart, according to CNN. See more stories on Insider's business page. An alleged Three Percenter, who is accused of b...
Tags: Politics, Texas, US, Trends, Cnn, Fbi, Washington Dc, Jackson, Trump, Capitol, Nicole, Wylie, Zia Faruqui, Three Percenters, Far-right, Lev Radin Pacific Press


Lamborghini Crashes Into Power Pole Guy Wire In East Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The owner of an exotic car is looking at a hefty repair bill after they crashed their car in East Sacramento. CHP officers say they responded to the report of a solo-vehicle crash over the weekend, and when they arrived, they found that a red Lamborghini had left the road and driven part-way up the guy wire of a power pole, coming to rest on its rear bumper. The driver was still in their seat, apparently in an effort not to destabilize the car. (credit: CHP – East Sacrament...
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A teenage girl testified against her father in court after her brother turned him into the FBI over his role in the Capitol insurrection

Rioters clash with police using big ladder trying to enter Capitol building through the front doors. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images A Capitol protester will stay in jail after his children gave officials information about their dad. Guy Reffitt reportedly threatened his kids after participating in the January 6 siege. His arrest has torn the family apart, according to CNN. See more stories on Insider's business page. An alleged Three Percenter, who is accused of b...
Tags: Politics, Texas, US, Trends, Cnn, Fbi, Washington Dc, Jackson, Trump, Capitol, Nicole, Wylie, Zia Faruqui, Three Percenters, Far-right, Lev Radin Pacific Press


The Monologue: The Miami Dolphins' Slow Start to Free Agency

On the newest episode of The Monologue, Josh shares some quick thoughts in response to a pretty slow opening couple of days of free agency for the Miami Dolphins. He also shares what being a sports fan is to him and why finding joy in you
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Australia: Immunity from prosecution: considering the new immunity policy published by ASIC - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Recent immunity policy encourages disclosure of information relating to serious misconduct in financial markets.
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What we know about the metro Atlanta shootings

At least eight people were found dead at three different massage parlors in the metro Atlanta area Tuesday.
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Australia: Funding critical mineral and rare earth projects in Australia - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Whilst this funding is no different from other mining projects, this sector also has associated geopolitical issues.
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Dolphins Draft Series: Finding Help at Running Back

At the time of writing this, the Dolphins have yet to sign a significant free agent. The team is rumored to be interested in some players, but they've yet to pull the trigger on someone big so far. Part of the reason might be because one of
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Australia: Breaking Down Biodiversity Banking: Part Two - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Evolution of biobanking across Australia into a range of schemes that are available to developers & government agencies.
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Australia to send Papua New Guinea vaccines as cases surge

With rising infection rates, Papua New Guinea's fragile healthcare system is under pressure.
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Zoo owner has close call with python

Jay Brewer owns The Reptile Zoo in California. While filming a video for Instagram, a python lunged at his face, nearly missing him.
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Australia: Environmental chain of responsibility – do you know your obligations? - Cooper Grace Ward

Reminder of the implications of the environmental chain of responsibility laws in Queensland. How can the risk be mitigated?
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Why home-produced Covid vaccine hasn't helped India, Russia and China rollouts

Challenge of reaching vast, far-flung populations is combined with a lack of public interestCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe day India started coronavirus vaccinations, Amit Mehra’s name was on the priority list. But he never made an appointment. “I’m not inclined to get vaccinated just because it’s available,” says the 47-year-old Delhi hospital worker.Two and a half thousand miles away, strolling past a popup inoculation centre near Red Square in Moscow, Magomed ...
Tags: Health, China, Russia, India, World news, Asia Pacific, South and Central Asia, Vaccines and immunisation, Delhi, Red Square, India Russia, Coronavirus, Amit Mehra, Moscow Magomed Zurabov


Authorities are investigating whether the shootings are connected, and a suspect is in custody

At least three people were killed and two were wounded after a shooting Tuesday at a massage parlor in an Atlanta suburb, authorities said.
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Historic civil settlement for George Floyd's family brings uncertainty to Derek Chauvin's criminal trial

A defense lawyer for Derek Chauvin argued that the timing of the $27 million settlement for George Floyd's death could taint the jury.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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