A cathedral cat with a taste for fame has made a nuisance of himself once again – this time by tucking into a plate of pancakes during morning prayer.
A cathedral cat with a taste for fame has made a nuisance of himself once again – this time by tucking into a plate of pancakes during morning prayer.
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YANGON, Myanmar — Demonstrators in Myanmar’s biggest city came out Monday night for their first mass protests in defiance of an 8 p.m. curfew, seeking to show support for an estimated 200 students trapped by security forces in a small area of one neighbourhood. The students and other civilians earlier took part in one of the many daily protests across the country against the military’s seizure of power last month that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi. The military government also placed a major curb on media coverage of the crisis. It announced that the licenses of five local media outlets — Mizzima, DVB, Khit Thit Media, Myanmar Now and 7Day News — have been cancelled. “These media companies are no longer allowed to broadcast or write or give information by using any kind of media platform or using any media technology,” it said on state broadcaster MRTV. All five had been offering extensive coverage of the protests, often with livestreaming video online. The offices of Myanmar Now were raided by the authorities Monday before the measure was announced. DVB said it was not surprised by the cancellation and would continue broadcasting on satellite TV and online. “We worry for the safety of our reporters and our staff, but in the current uprising, the whole country has become the citizens’ journalists and there is no way for military authorities to shut the information flow," Executive Director Aye Chan Naing told The Associated Press. The government has detained dozens of journalists since the coup, including a Myanmar Now reporter and Thein Zaw of AP, both of whom have been charged under a public order law that carried a penalty of up to three years in prison. The night's street protests began after police cordoned off part of Yangon’s Sanchaung neighbourhood and were believed to be conducting door-to-door searches for those who fled attacks by security forces to seek shelter in the homes of sympathetic strangers. News of their plight spread quickly on social media, and people poured into the streets in neighbourhoods all over the city to show solidarity and in hopes of drawing some of the pressure off the hunted protesters. On some streets, they constructed makeshift barricades with whatever was at hand. In the Insein district, they spread across road junctions, singing songs, chanting pro-democracy slogans and banging objects together. The diplomatic missions of the United States, Britain, Canada and the European Union all issued statements urging the security forces to allow the trapped people to return safely to their homes. Although all have been sharply critical of the Feb. 1 coup and police violence, it is unusual for such diplomatic statements to be issued in connection with a specific, ongoing incident. “There is heightened tension caused by security forces surrounding Kyun Taw Road in Sanchaung Township, Yangon. We call on those security forces to withdraw and allow people to go home safely,” said the U.S. Embassy's statement. Reports on social media citing witnesses said as many as 50 people were arrested overnight in Sanchaung and other parts of the city, but many of those who had been hiding were able to leave safely at dawn Tuesday, a few hours after police abandoned their search. On Monday night, security forces chased crowds, harassed residents watching from windows, and fired stun grenades. They also were some reports of injuries from rubber bullets. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was following developments in the Sanchaung district where “many of those trapped are women, who were peacefully marching in commemoration of International Women’s Day,” U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said. “He calls for maximum restraint and urges for the safe release of all without violence or arrests,” Dujarric said, and for respect of the rights to freedom of assembly and expression for peaceful demonstrators voicing “their hopes and desires for the future of their country." Guterres also called the occupation of a number of public hospitals in Myanmar by security forces “completely unacceptable,” the U.N. spokesman said. The nighttime hours have become increasingly dangerous in Myanmar. Police and army units routinely range through neighbourhoods, shooting randomly to intimidate residents and disrupt their sleep, and making targeted arrests. Security forces shot and killed two people in northern Myanmar during the day, local media reported. The Irrawaddy online newspaper said the victims were shot in the head during anti-coup protests in Myitkyina in Kachin State. Graphic video on social media showed protesters backing away from tear gas, responding with rocks and then fleeing after a fusillade of what seemed to be automatic gunfire. Demonstrators hurriedly carried away the injured, including one apparent fatality, a person with a severe head wound. A second body was seen later on a stretcher, his head covered with a cloth. Another shooting death took place in Pyapon, a city about 120 kilometres (75 miles) south of Yangon. To date, the government's violent crackdown has left more than 50 protesters dead. At least 18 people were fatally shot Feb. 28 and 38 on Wednesday, according to the U.N. Human Rights Office. Security forces also clamped down on anti-coup protesters elsewhere Monday, firing tear gas to break up a crowd of about 1,000 people demonstrating in Pyinmana, a satellite town of the capital, Naypyitaw. The protesters deployed fire extinguishers to create a smokescreen as they fled from authorities. Thousands of protesters who marched in Mandalay, the second-largest city, dispersed on their own amid fears that soldiers and police were planning to break up their demonstration with force. Meanwhile, an armed force from one of Myanmar’s ethnic groups was deployed to protect anti-coup marchers in the wake of a brutal crackdown by the junta. The unit from the Karen National Police Force arrived shortly after dawn to accompany about 2,000 protesters near Myitta in Tanintharyi Region in southeastern Myanmar. They carried an assortment of firearms including assault rifles as they marched ahead of the column down dusty rural roads. The Karen police force is under the control of the Karen National Union, one of many ethnic organizations that have been fighting for greater autonomy from the central government for decades. The KNU employs both political and, through its armed wing, military means to achieve its aims. Large-scale protests have occurred daily in many cities and towns since Myanmar’s military seized power, and security forces have responded with ever greater use of lethal force and mass arrests. On Sunday, police occupied hospitals and universities and reportedly arrested hundreds of people involved in protesting the military takeover. The Associated Press
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Kaapo Kahkonen made 26 saves to notch his first career shutout for the Minnesota Wild in a 2-0 victory over Vegas on Monday night to stop the NHL-leading Golden Knights' six-game winning streak. Kahkonen won his seventh consecutive start, extending his franchise rookie goalie record and improving to 10-4 in his debut season. The 24-year-old native of Finland has allowed only 10 goals over his seven-game streak. Kevin Fiala scored his team-lead-tying eighth goal of the season in the first period, the only blemish against Golden Knights star Marc-Andre Fleury, who stopped 19 shots for the team with the best points percentage in the league nearly halfway through this pandemic-shortened schedule. Jonas Brodin was awarded a goal for the Wild after being slashed from behind with 6 seconds left as he approached the empty net. Vegas, which had 19 goals over its previous four games, had not scored fewer than two in almost a month. The Wild caught a break when the Golden Knights scratched two of their best players because of unspecified injuries, captain and right wing Mark Stone and defenceman Alex Pietrangelo. Stone entered the evening seventh in the NHL with 21 assists, one of the key cogs in a deep collection of forward lines on a team that ranked fifth in goals per game as the week began. Fleury, who posted his fourth shutout of the season on Saturday at San Jose, did all he could to keep the Golden Knights close as they hit the halfway point of a six-game, nine-day road trip. Coach Pete DeBoer predicted in the morning this would be the most difficult of these contests considering the Wild were outscored 10-5 over two losses — one in overtime — in Las Vegas last week. The Golden Knights started rather slowly and a bit sloppily, and a giveaway in their attacking zone set the Wild up for an early lead. Victor Rask snagged the puck, pivoted and passed it to send Fiala the other way on a two-on-one rush with Zach Parise. Fiala used Parise as a decoy and swooped in to snap a wrist shot over Fleury's shoulder midway through the first period. POWER OUTAGE The Wild went 0 for 2 on the power play and fell to a league-worst 6.8% conversion rate (5 for 74). The Golden Knights are second in the league in penalty killing at 88.1% (52 out of 59). HOUSE OF STONE Stone won NHL's first star award for his performance last week, with two goals and eight assists in four games. That included a career-high five assists against Minnesota on March 1. Stone entered the game tied for fourth in the league with a plus-14 rating. UP NEXT After the rematch here on Wednesday, the Golden Knights travel to St. Louis to play the Blues on Friday and Saturday. The Wild stay home for three straight games against the Arizona Coyotes, on Friday, Sunday and March 16. ___ More AP NHL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Dave Campbell, The Associated Press
Alberta Assembly of First Nations regional chief Marlene Poitras says that International Women’s Day isn’t just a celebration of gender equality — it’s a call to action. That’s reflected in the 2021 IWD theme of “Choose to Challenge.” “A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change, so let’s all choose to challenge,” says Poitras. “Think about ways you can help forge a gender-equal world. Let’s start today by taking the time to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness against bias and take action towards equality.” Poitras highlighted the key role women play in Indigenous cultures. “Today, we have many First Nations women who are taking the lead in the social, cultural, economic and political arenas. We need to encourage them and promote them, as well as those young girls and women who aspire to be like them, and seek to challenge and change the world,” she said. Poitras, who is the first female regional chief of Alberta, says empowering women has been one of her major goals. “I hope that soon women chiefs and leaders will be the norm across Turtle Island and not the exception,” she said. The COVID-19 pandemic has been especially hard on Indigenous women, Poitras added. “Many of them work on the front line and have been directly exposed to the virus. They have had to take great risk to keep our communities and families safe,” she said. “To all of you, I lift you up and thank you for all that you do. “As the Elders say, women are going to take the lead in healing our communities and then healing the rest of the world.” Native Women’s Association of Canada president Lorraine Whitman says it’s necessary “to pause and consider the special circumstances of Indigenous women here and abroad as we assess whether there has been progress made on human rights, justice, economic stability, and basic security.” Looking back at the past year under the shadow of COVID-19, I believe there have been few strides forward in any of these areas, for Indigenous and non-Indigenous women alike,” said Whitman. “In fact, we know the pandemic made things worse for the First Nations, Métis and Inuit women of Canada.” She says this occurred in two ways — women who are victims of abuse have been cut off from their supports and forced to stay with abusive relatives, and progress has stalled on the government’s action plan to implement the 231 calls to action in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women report. Whitman ended her statement with a call for international solidarity among Indigenous women. “The problem of violence is, at last, well recognized in Canada thanks to the advocacy of NWAC and other Indigenous groups. Now our sisters abroad need us to stand up for them and to find ways to keep them safe, just as we are looking for ways to keep Indigenous women safe in Canada,” she said. The first International Women's Day was held March 19, 1911 in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. That day, more than one million women and men showed up to public events in support. Other countries followed after. The United Nations recognized 1975 as International Women's Year and began celebrating IWD on March 8. Jeremy Appel is an LJI reporter for Alberta Native News. Jeremy Appel, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Alberta Native News
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NEW ORLEANS, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors of pending deadlines in the following securities class action lawsuits: EHang Holdings Limited (EH) Class Period: 12/12/2019 - 2/16/2021 (and on February 16, 2021, only for those who purchased shares at or above the price of $112.00).Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: April 19, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-ehang-holdings-limited-american-depositary-shares-securities-litigation fuboTV Inc. (FUBO) Class Period: 3/23/2020 - 1/4/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: April 19, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-fubotv-inc-securities-litigation Ebix, Inc. (EBIX) Class Period: 11/9/2020 - 2/19/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: April 23, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-ebix-inc-securities-litigation-1 MultiPlan Corporation f/k/a Churchill Capital Corp. III (MPLN) Class Period: 7/12/2020 - 11/10/2020 and/or were holders of Churchill Capital Corp. III (“Churchill”) Class A common stock entitled to vote on Churchill’s merger with and acquisition of Polaris Parent Corp. and its consolidated subsidiaries completed in October 2020.Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: April 26, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD, MISLEADING PROSPECTUSTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-multiplan-corporation-securities-litigation If you purchased shares of the above companies and would like to discuss your legal rights and your right to recover for your economic loss, you may, without obligation or cost to you, contact us toll-free (844) 367-9658 or visit the case links above. If you wish to serve as a Lead Plaintiff in the class action, you must petition the Court on or before the Lead Plaintiff Motion deadline. About ClaimsFiler ClaimsFiler has a single mission: to serve as the information source to help retail investors recover their share of billions of dollars from securities class action settlements. At ClaimsFiler.com, investors can: (1) register for free to gain access to information and settlement websites for various securities class action cases so they can timely submit their own claims; (2) upload their portfolio transactional data to be notified about relevant securities cases in which they may have a financial interest; and (3) submit inquiries to the Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC law firm for free case evaluations. To learn more about ClaimsFiler, visit www.claimsfiler.com
NEW ORLEANS, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors of pending deadlines in the following securities class action lawsuits: Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (REGI) Class Period: 5/3/2018 - 2/25/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 3, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-renewable-energy-group-inc-securities-litigation Velodyne Lidar, Inc. (VLDR) Class Period: 11/9/2020 - 2/19/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 3, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-velodyne-lidar-inc-securities-litigation Leidos Holdings, Inc. (LDOS) Class Period: 5/4/2020 - 2/23/2021Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: May 3, 2021SECURITIES FRAUDTo learn more, visit https://www.claimsfiler.com/cases/view-leidos-holdings-inc-securities-litigation If you purchased shares of the above companies and would like to discuss your legal rights and your right to recover for your economic loss, you may, without obligation or cost to you, contact us toll-free (844) 367-9658 or visit the case links above. If you wish to serve as a Lead Plaintiff in the class action, you must petition the Court on or before the Lead Plaintiff Motion deadline. About ClaimsFiler ClaimsFiler has a single mission: to serve as the information source to help retail investors recover their share of billions of dollars from securities class action settlements. At ClaimsFiler.com, investors can: (1) register for free to gain access to information and settlement websites for various securities class action cases so they can timely submit their own claims; (2) upload their portfolio transactional data to be notified about relevant securities cases in which they may have a financial interest; and (3) submit inquiries to the Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC law firm for free case evaluations. To learn more about ClaimsFiler, visit www.claimsfiler.com
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ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment lawyer to investigate allegations that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed female aides. Joon Kim, who was the acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York for parts of 2017 and 2018, will join the employment lawyer Anne Clark, in conducting the probe, the attorney general's office said. “There is no question that they both have the knowledge and background necessary to lead this investigation and provide New Yorkers with the answers they deserve,” James said in a statement. The lawyer for Charlotte Bennett, one of the aides making an accusation, said the selection of the two to carry out the probe showed James was taking the matter “very seriously." “We are encouraged by the experience and background of the attorneys who will be investigating Charlotte’s claims," attorney Debra Katz said in a statement. As a top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, Kim played a role in its investigations of corruption in state government, including a case against one of Cuomo's closest friends and aides. The appointments came as New York lawmakers were privately debating whether to join calls for Cuomo to resign, or urge patience while the investigation plays out. A group of 21 women in the state Assembly released a statement Monday asking that James be given time to complete her probe. The group included the the no. 2 Democrat in the Assembly, Majority Leader Crystal People-Stokes. The lawmakers began working on the statement Sunday night after the Senate's top leader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins, called on Cuomo to resign. “We continue to support our Attorney General, the first woman, and the first African American woman to be elected to this position, as she launches this investigation,” it said. “We request that she be allowed the appropriate time to complete her investigation rather than undermine her role and responsibility as the chief law enforcement officer of the state of New York.” Assembly Democrats were caucusing Monday as legislators face increasing pressure to take a stance. Cuomo, meanwhile, appeared with Black clergy members Monday at a vaccination site in New York City. The event was closed to reporters, but Cuomo said Sunday he has no intention of resigning and believes he can continue to govern. Several women, including three former members of Cuomo's staff, have accused him of making inappropriate comments about their appearance, asking questions about their sex life and, in some cases, giving them uncomfortable hugs or unwanted kisses. The governor has denied touching anyone inappropriately, and said some of the allegations are false. But he has acknowledged, and apologized for, engaging in “banter” in the office that some women interpreted as flirting. Cuomo has said he didn't realize at the time that his actions were harmful. Joon Kim became the leader of the federal prosecutor's office in Manhattan in 2017 after U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was fired by President Donald Trump. Before then, Kim held various top posts in the office including deputy U.S. attorney and chief of the criminal division. During those years, the office investigated Joseph Percoco, a longtime Cuomo friend and top aide who was ultimately sentenced to six years in prison for accepting more than $300,000 from companies that wanted to gain influence with the governor's administration. Cuomo had once likened Percoco to a brother. Clark is a New York City-based employment lawyer who has handled sexual harassment, disability discrimination and equal pay cases, among others. Early in her career, she worked on employment law matters with what was then the National Organization for Women’s Legal Defence and Education Fund; it’s now called Legal Momentum. Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, whose support would be vital for any effort to impeach Cuomo, stopped short of asking him to resign Sunday, but said: “I think it is time for the Governor to seriously consider whether he can effectively meet the needs of the people of New York.” Separately, Cuomo is under fire for withholding data from the public and from state lawmakers on COVID-19 deaths among nursing home patients. Critics say they suspect the statistics were withheld to protect the Democrat’s image — a charge the governor has denied. Assembly Republicans announced Monday that they intended to propose articles of impeachment against Cuomo, but the party is greatly outnumbered in both houses of the legislature and the proposal is a longshot to get a vote. Assembly member Pat Fahy, who signed the letter from the 21 female lawmakers, said that she believes calls for a resignation or impeachment are undermining James' ability to investigate harassment allegations. “We have somebody we presumably trust and we finally have a women, a woman of colour as the chief law enforcement officer for the state,” Fahy said. “Let’s suddenly not undermine her.” Another signer, Assembly member Alicia Hyndman, said she wants Cuomo to receive “due process.” “These calls I don’t think should be tried out in the press,” she said. “If the findings of the attorney general says that he is guilty of sexual harassment, at that point the governor should step down." ___ Associated Press writers Larry Neumeister and Jennifer Peltz contributed to this report from New York City. Marina Villeneuve, The Associated Press
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The army takeover and arrest of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi has plunged Myanmar into chaos. Security forces have killed over 60 protesters and detained more than 1,800 since then, an advocacy group said.In Sanchaung, police firing guns and using stun grenades announced on Monday they would check houses for anyone from outside the district and would punish anyone caught hiding them.U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had earlier called for "maximum restraint" and the safe release of all protesters without violence or arrests, a call echoed by the U.S. and British embassies in Myanmar.An advocacy rights group said around 50 people had been arrested in Sanchaung after police searched houses, though checks were still being made.A junta spokesman did not answer calls requesting comment.
Beijing's plans to change Hong Kong's electoral system will protect the city's international role, a senior Chinese official said on Tuesday, as critics decry the move as an end of democratic hopes in the former British colony. Deputy Commissioner of China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong Song Ru'an told reporters the proposed changes were an internal matter for China and were needed to "close obvious loopholes and deficiencies" in the city's political system.
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Sherbrooke — Les personnes demeurant à une même adresse, peu importe leur nombre et leur âge, peuvent désormais s’asseoir à la même table dans les restaurants en zone orange. Un arrêté ministériel publié vendredi vient ainsi changer les règles et permettre par exemple à des enfants majeurs d’accompagner leurs parents au restaurant s’ils habitent la même maison, ou à des colocataires de s’y rendre à plus de deux. Un maximum de deux personnes — accompagnées de leurs enfants mineurs — s’applique cependant toujours si les deux individus ne résident pas à la même adresse. L’Association Restauration Québec (ARQ) a mis en lumière cet ajustement publié « en catimini » à la fin de la semaine dernière, déplore-t-elle. « C’est souvent comme ça, commente Claudine Roy, présidente de l’association. Ça nous arrive comme ça par la tête. Mais il faut prendre le positif de tout ça, avec ce qui se passe présentement. » Il s’agit en effet d’une excellente nouvelle pour le secteur, confirme celle qui a rapidement transmis l’information à tous ses membres, lundi en fin de journée. « On recevait énormément de plaintes, parce que beaucoup d’enfants de 18 ans et plus demeurent chez leurs parents et ils n’avaient pas le droit d’aller au restaurant avec leurs parents. Plusieurs sont en télétravail ou font leurs études à distance. J’avais moi-même des appels de gens du secteur qui me disaient que ça n’avait aucun sens. » Cette « incohérence » est ainsi corrigée par l’arrêté 2021-010 du ministre de la Santé et des Services sociaux, mais demandera une certaine adaptation, puisque les restaurateurs en zone orange s’étaient préparés à accueillir surtout des duos en salle à manger. L’arrêté supprime le paragraphe fixant le précédent maximum à deux personnes et leurs enfants mineurs dans un restaurant ou dans une aire de restauration d’un centre commercial ou d’un commerce d’alimentation en zone orange, pour le remplacer par les options suivantes : « i. les occupants d’une même résidence privée ou de ce qui en tient lieu ; ii. un maximum de deux personnes, accompagnés de leurs enfants mineurs ; » Il n’a pas été possible de parler à un responsable des relations avec les médias au ministère de la Santé et de Services Sociaux dans les délais, lundi soir. Pour l’ARQ, l’interprétation de cet arrêté est cependant sans équivoque. Jasmine Rondeau, Initiative de journalisme local, La Tribune
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Police killed a central Philippine city mayor and two of his aides, while two of the police officers were killed in the latest deadly violence involving the police force, officials said Tuesday. The police were on routine patrol when they were fired upon Monday afternoon by security aides of Catbalogan City Mayor Ronaldo Aquino, who was being driven in a van in eastern Samar province, according to de Jesus. The police returned fire and killed Aquino and two of his aides, including a police escort, while the mayor's aides killed two of the police officers, who were driving behind the mayor's van, he said.