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Vincent Aboubakar's removal from the pitch at the World Cup has been dubbed “wholesome” following a sweet exchange with the referee.
The woman was jailed on suspicion of attempted manslaughter following the incident at a hospital in the southwestern city of Mannheim.
The Group of Seven nations and Australia have joined the European Union in agreeing to a $60-per-barrel price cap on Russian oil.
Several major cities have loosened the constraints despite a continued rise in coronavirus cases.
The plaintiffs and their lawyers welcomed the ruling as “ground breaking” and urged the government to promptly mitigate the problem.
Word of anti-lockdown protests in China spread on domestic social media for a short period last weekend.
Musk has signaled an interest in rolling back many of Twitter’s previous rules meant to combat misinformation.
Ngozi Fulani, the founder of U.K. charity Sistah Space, said that the royal household member asked her: "What part of Africa are you from?"
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said the embassy received the exploding envelope as part of a mail delivery.
"I wonder whether or not anyone ever asked Barack Obama or John Key if they met because they were of similar age,” the New Zealand prime minister said.