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China Supplied Faulty Coronavirus Test Kits to Spain, Czech Republic

The majority of rapid test coronavirus test kits supplied by China to Spain and the Czech Republic are faulty, local news outlets reported.Up to 80 percent of the 150,000 portable, quick coronavirus test kits China delivered to the Czech Republic earlier this month were faulty, according to local Czech news site Expats.cz. The tests can produce a result in 10 or 15 minutes but are usually less accurate than other tests. Because of the high error rate, the country will continue to rely on convent...
Tags: News, China, Spain, Czech Republic, Italy, Interior, Interior Ministry, Health Ministry, El Pais, Jan Hamacek, Hamacek, Bioeasy, Spain Czech Republic


Romania bars foreigners in coronavirus fight

Romania's government barred most foreigners from entering the country on Saturday and tightened restrictions on movement inside the country to try to limit the spread of the new coronavirus. "Foreign citizens and stateless persons are banned from entering Romania through all border points," Interior Minister Marcel Vela said during a national address. Exceptions would be allowed for those transiting through Romania using corridors to be agreed with neighbouring states, he added.
Tags: News, Romania, Interior, Marcel Vela


Italy Tightens Virus Lockdown After Worst Daily Death Toll

(Bloomberg) -- Italy had its worst one-day death toll from the coronavirus outbreak, reporting that 627 people died in the last 24 hours. The government approved tougher containment measures as the contagion accelerated across Europe.The jump on Friday brings Italy’s fatalities to 4,032. It surpassed China on Thursday as the country with the most deaths. Italy’s total number of infections rose by 15% to 47,021.With the contagion showing little sign of abating, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Con...
Tags: Europe, News, Greece, France, China, Spain, Bloomberg, Italy, Emmanuel Macron, Interior, Conte, Macron, ESM, Giuseppe Conte, Luciana Lamorgese, Bloomberg Italy


Italy Set to Tighten Its Lockdown as Fatalities Top China

(Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s government is set to reinforce and extend the near-total lockdown on Italy as it struggles to contain the coronavirus, after overtaking China as the country with the highest recorded number of deaths.Conte is weighing extending the current ban on non-essential activities until at least early May, according to officials who asked not to be named discussing confidential deliberations. The decision depends on factors including the spread of infections ...
Tags: Europe, Milan, News, Greece, France, China, Spain, Bloomberg, Italy, Sicily, Lombardy, Emmanuel Macron, Interior, Calabria, Conte, Macron


France may extend lockdown as 'idiots' flout rules

France's two-week lockdown to try to stem the coronavirus is likely to be extended, officials said Thursday as the interior minister blasted "idiots" flouting the home confinement rules. President Emmanuel Macron ordered French residents to stay at home from Tuesday except for essential excursions such as going to the doctor, walking the dog, or going for a solitary run, and banned any gatherings. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner accused people of underestimating the risk, telling Europe ...
Tags: Europe, News, France, Emmanuel Macron, Interior, Christophe Castaner


US coronavirus live: Trump closing Canada border for 'non-essential traffic'

Biden sweeps key primariesSanders pressured to exit in push for unity against virus and TrumpClosures and confusion as US voters go to the pollsSupport the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contributionSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.27pm GMT The Guardian’s Nina Lakhani reports:Puerto Rico has requested US authorities suspend national and international flights for two weeks - in a last ditch effort to lock down the carribean island and prevent localized spread of Covid-19. 6.18p...
Tags: US, World news, Joe Biden, US news, Canada, US politics, Guardian, Biden, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Puerto Rico, Trump, Interior, Nina Lakhani, US elections 2020, Coronavirus outbreak


Lockdown in Paris: Day 3

Last night President Macron announced new measures to combat the spread of coronavirus by ordering everyone to stay in their homes for 15 days (minimum). This morning the government described how this would be enforced on the Minister of the Interior's website (en français). Starting today at noon, to go outside you need to print and fill out and sign an attestation stating where you live and checking one of the boxes of the allowed reasons to leave home: going directly to work, food shoppi...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, United States, Paris, Health & Safety, Interior, Macron, Around Town, Coronavirus, COVID-19


After 14-win season, Ravens address biggest weakness by stocking up at DL

They sent a fifth-round pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars to pick up veteran defensive lineman Calais Campbell, traded former first-round tight end Hayden Hurst to the Atlanta Falcons for a second-round pick and added former Los Angeles Rams defensive end Michael Brockers on a three-year, $30 million deal. The addition of Campbell and Brockers will help remake the team's defensive line, with the two likely flanking Pro Bowler Brandon Williams on the interior line. Campbell is a five-time Pro...
Tags: News, Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Campbell, Interior, Los Angeles Rams, Brandon Williams, Calais Campbell, Michael Brockers, Brockers, Hayden Hurst


US is preparing to ban foreign-made drones from government use

The Trump administration is preparing an executive order to ban federal departments and agencies from buying or using foreign-made drones, citing a risk to national security, TechCrunch has learned. The draft order, which was drafted in the past few weeks and seen by TechCrunch, would effectively ban both foreign-made drones or drones made with foreign components out of fear that sensitive data collected during their use could be transferred to adversarial nation-states. The order specifically c...
Tags: Security, Gadgets, Hardware, Government, White House, China, US, Tech, Policy, Drone, Beijing, Dji, Wireless, Robotics, Huawei, Aerospace


Victoria and Albert Museum

Visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum is a must. The modern glass sculpture by Chihuly in the main lobby. We set out to find the famous ceramic staircase. At one time the whole existing museum at the time was going to be totally done this way but it proved to be too expensive. Moldings made of famous structures. Another interesting room. Looking up in the cafe. Afterwards we walked over to see the Albert Memorial. And passed the becoming rare phon...
Tags: Travel, England, London, Victoria, Interior, Albert Museum, Chihuly, Victoria and Albert Musuem, Ceramic Staircase


Liberty

Also on Instagram I had seen a picture of an interesting store called the Liberty, so we headed over there. The one we saw-there are several-has an Elizabethan looking exterior and the wood seen there came from ships. It was built in 1924 although it certainly doesn’t look like it. Interesting interior too. It looks like an old market inside. They were well known for their fabric too. A pub outside. They always look so cool. This pub is called Shakespeare’s Head ...
Tags: Travel, England, London, Pubs, Shakespeare, Interior, Exterior, Liberty Department store


New York Times: Interior official pushes misleading information on climate crisis in agency reports

An Interior Department official pushed misleading information about climate change into the agency's reports, according to The New York Times, at a time when the Trump administration has rolled back environmental protection regulations and repeatedly downplayed the effects of the climate crisis.
Tags: Cnn, New York Times, Interior Department, Trump, Interior


Arrival

I made a quick trip of four days to London with a friend and had a great time. I took the Eurostar which arrives at St Pancras still full of architecture from the past along with the attached hotel. This is seen as you exit the train. I liked this statue. Interesting sculpture. Here is the lobby of the St Pancras Hotel. Seen in a bar there. These stairs are all over Instagram. I had to search to find them and only got this photo as I saw a sign saying gues...
Tags: Travel, London, Instagram, Hotel, Eurostar, Lobby, Train Station, Staircase, Interior, St Pancras, St Pancras Hotel Seen


Argument analysis: The trail, the pipeline and a journey to the center of the earth

Environmental groups faced a skeptical bench during Monday’s argument in two consolidated cases, U.S. Forest Service v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association and Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association, as they fought to preserve a 2018 decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit that had halted an $8 billion, 600-mile natural gas pipeline. At the heart of the dispute is a 2017 permit granted by the U.S. Forest Service to allow the Atlantic Co...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Atlantic, Selma, Forest Service, Paul Clement, National Park Service, Sonia Sotomayor, Antonin Scalia, U S Forest Service, Interior, Yang, YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Roberts


Grand Teton Officials Stop Shooting Mountain Goats From Helicopter After Angry Letter From Governor

(CHEYENNE, Wyo.) — Grand Teton National Park officials have suspended efforts to shoot mountain goats from a helicopter after criticism from Wyoming’s governor prompted Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to intervene. Bernhardt told park officials to suspend the shooting Friday night, hours after the effort began and Gov. Mark Gordon called the helicopter shooting a “farce” in a letter to acting Grand Teton Superintendent Gopaul Noojidail. “I have long appreciated Grand Teton National Park ...
Tags: News, Environment, Uncategorized, Wyoming, Republican, Yellowstone National Park, National Park Service, Gordon, Interior, Park Service, Germann, Mark Gordon, Bernhardt, Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park, National Parks Conservation Association


Trump reignites California water wars

California’s decades-old conflict over distribution of water among farmers, urban users and environmental enhancement bears an uncanny resemblance to the decades of sectarian struggles in the Middle East — minus the bloodshed. In both arenas, periodic efforts are made to forge enduring peace agreements, but just when they seem to be bearing fruit, they are undermined by some new flareup. Gov. Gavin Newsom has been trying to finalize what predecessor Jerry Brown began, a series of so-called “volu...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Middle East, Delta, Broadway, Jerry Brown, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Democratic, Capitol, Bakersfield, San Joaquin Valley, Interior


Iran defends record low turnout in general election

Iran on Sunday reported its lowest turnout in a general election since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, after a poll in which half of the candidates were barred. The final results of Friday's vote were due to be released two days after it was held on the heels of the confirmation of novel coronavirus cases in the country. Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli announced the participation rate was 42.6 percent -- the lowest in four decades.
Tags: News, Iran, Interior, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli


German mass shooting reopens gun law debates

Filip Geoman's daughter was shot dead on Wednesday (February 19). She was one of nine victims killed in one of Germany's worst mass shootings since World War Two. (SOUNDBITE) (German) FILIP GEOMAN, WHOSE 35-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER MERCEDES KIERPACZ WAS KILLED, SAYING: "My child was murdered here. She was only 35 years old. She came here to eat a pizza and drink a coke. And then she was shot down. I ask all of Hanau to understand what happened here: a tragedy....
Tags: News, Germany, Angela Merkel, Interior, Horst Seehofer, Hanau, Filip Geoman


AccuWeather's 2020 Europe spring forecast

The wait is over. AccuWeather's annual spring outlook for Europe is here. The widespread lack of cold air across Europe this winter will continue into the spring, as much of the continent faces above-normal warmth.Severe weather, building drought and periods of stormy weather will also be in the cards for many countries from March through May.Windstorms are not expected to be a major concern as the storm track shifts farther north, with only glancing blows for Ireland and northern parts of t...
Tags: Europe, Science, London, Greece, France, Germany, Russia, Berlin, Spain, Ukraine, Ireland, United Kingdom, Paris, Italy, Portugal, Poland


Argument preview: Justices to consider whether the Appalachian Trail blocks proposed natural gas pipeline

On Monday, February 24, the Supreme Court will hear argument in U.S. Forest Service v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association and Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association. These consolidated cases pit a pipeline developer and the U.S. Forest Service against environmental groups that want to halt the pipeline’s construction and protect the Appalachian Trail. The court will have to construe several statutes, including the Mineral Leasing Act, which promotes pipel...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Atlantic, United States, Maine, North Carolina, East Coast, Forest Service, Marcellus Shale, Duke Energy, National Park Service


Inspiring Church House Designs with Pure and Uniquely Decors

This site was present these white and clean church home ideas with the real layouts of a living space decorations. This living space was come from the thought of decorative and original decorations of home ideas. The real layout of the church space can be seen through the performance of the architectural ideas, while the glorious church house designs come from the layout of the decoration and the interior plans. Furthermore, the furniture plans that were cover this living space was dedicated for...
Tags: Books, Home Design, Interior, Church House, Living Space, Home Ideas, Architectural Ideas, Furniture Plans, Architectural Design, Church Space, Glorious Church, Calm Church House Interior


North Macedonia parliament dissolves, sets poll date, after EU shuns talks

North Macedonia's parliament dissolved itself on Sunday and set April 12 for an early election, eight months ahead of the end of the current term, in what is seen as a major test for the pro-EU policies of former Prime Minister Zoran Zaev's Social Democrats. The move, endorsed by 108 deputies in the 120-seat parliament, follows Zaev's resignation last month that came after the European Union failed to give his country a date to start talks on joining the bloc. Zaev's cabinet was replaced by an...
Tags: News, Eu, European Union, Macedonia, Interior, Zoran Zaev, Zaev, Oliver Spasovski


Luxury solar eclipse cruises

The next couple of Decembers offer some pretty fantastic travel-bucket-list two-for-ones. Though you won’t find any BOGOs here, what you will find is the rare opportunity to see both a total solar eclipse and visit Antarctica in the same stellar vacation. As December 14, 2020, and December 4, 2021, both bring the lines of totality to the oceans near the white continent, a number of cruise lines are scheduling cruises to sail right into daytime darkness, then on into Antarctica. Though those ...
Tags: Travel, Cruise, Santiago, Falkland Islands, Antarctica, Argentina, South America, Uruguay, South Pacific, Drake, Falklands, Solar Eclipse, Santos, Castro, Telescope, Buenos Aires


White House abandons wildlife board criticized as pro-hunting

The Trump administration has quietly abandoned a wildlife advisory board that animal rights groups said was illegally stacked with politically connected donors and hunting enthusiasts, and designed to promote trophy hunting. In a Friday night court filing, the U.S. Department of Justice said the International Wildlife Conservation Council "ceased to exist" on Dec. 21, 2019, when its two-year charter expired. Ryan Zinke, who had been Interior Secretary, created the board in November 2017, sayin...
Tags: News, White House, Trump, U S Department of Justice, Interior, Ryan Zinke, International Wildlife Conservation Council


Has Newsom settled the water wars?

The beating heart of California’s massive system of capturing, storing and distributing water is the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Water flows into the West’s largest estuary from the Sacramento, San Joaquin and several lesser rivers that drain the state’s mountain chains on its northern and eastern edges. While most of the water continues into the Pacific Ocean, giant pumps on the southern edge of the Delta suck much of it into canals supplying San Joaquin Valley farms and Southern California c...
Tags: Obama, California, Opinion, Sacramento River, Los Angeles, Sport, West, Soccer, Arizona, Delta, San Diego, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jerry Brown, Pacific Ocean, Clinton, Gavin Newsom


Trump Administration Moves to Open Two Utah Monuments for Mining and Drilling

(SALT LAKE CITY) — The Trump administration on Thursday implemented plans to downsize two national monuments in Utah, ensuring the lands previously off-limits to energy development will be open to mining and drilling. The action comes despite lawsuits by by conservation, tribal and paleontology groups seeking to restore the original boundaries. The lands have generated little interest from energy companies in the two years since President Donald Trump cut the size of Bears Ears National Mon...
Tags: Utah, News, Environment, Uncategorized, Barack Obama, Gop, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Southwest, Trump, Hammond, Bureau of Land Management, Interior, Romney, Bernhardt, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument


How the Trump administration is putting public records under threat, so history may never know the awful things they did

Many abuses of the Trump administration are sadly nothing out of the ordinary — rather, they're just continuations of the snowballing precedent of presidential power abuses set forth by their predecessors. But there are still some ways in which Trump's real estate legal bullying tactics have made for a uniquely terrible and dangerous situation. Consider his liberal use of non-disclosure agreements that trap public servants — people whose should be part of the public record to which they should b...
Tags: Post, Transparency, News, US, Fbi, New York Times, Ice, Secret Service, CBP, Intelligence Community, Customs, National Archives, Trump, Customs And Border Protection, Border Protection, Interior


Transformed midcentury modern home focuses on sustainability

Originally designed in 1956, this mid-century property in Indianapolis has been remodeled to reflect the new owner’s modern style. The design plan included methods to turn the 60-year-old house with outdated fixtures and overgrown landscaping into an organized, harmonious, private living space. By prioritizing the preservation of the original architecture as much as possible while maintaining privacy for the occupants, the designers were able to create a “Midcentury Modern” home with sustainabil...
Tags: Design, Indianapolis, Architecture, Gallery, Modern, Carousel Showcase, Green Renovation, Interior, Sustainable Architeture, Sustainable Remodel


3 inmates facing US extradition driven out of Mexican jail

An important financial operator for the Sinaloa Cartel and two other inmates facing extradition to the United States who escaped from a Mexico City prison were driven out of the penitentiary in a jail transport van, city officials said Thursday. Officials in Mexico's capital say city jails are not the appropriate facilities for high-value prisoners and that judges are allowing inmates to manipulate the system to be transferred to or remain in lower-security lockups. Mexico City Interior Secret...
Tags: News, Mexico, US, United States, Mexico City, Interior, Sinaloa Cartel, Rosa Icela Rodríguez


Department of Interior Grounds Its Drones Amid Cybersecurity Concerns

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: The U.S. Department of the Interior has confirmed it has grounded its fleet of non-emergency drones amid concerns over cybersecurity. In a brief statement, the department said the move will help to ensure that "the technology used for these operations is such that it will not compromise our national security interests." Interior spokesperson Carol Danko said the department affirms with a formal order the "temporary cessation of non-emergency d...
Tags: China, Tech, Interior, U S Department of the Interior, Danko, Carol Danko