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The BMA said ending ‘tick-box’ exercises will free up staff but warned the service remains under ‘significant’ pressure.
Indonesia's Semeru volcano on the east of Java island erupted on Saturday, spewing out clouds of smoke and ash and sending residents running in some nearby areas including the district of Lumajang. No damage to buildings or casualties were reported, the country's disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) said in a statement, adding that the local disaster agency was setting up evacuation tents. Videos shared by the BNPB showed local residents running as towering smoke and ash blanketed some nearby villages in East Java province.
Russia has dismissed new U.S. media reports about a possible Russian attack on Ukraine, accusing Washington of trying to aggravate the situation while blaming Moscow, the Kommersant newspaper said on Saturday, citing the Foreign Ministry. The Washington Post cited officials and an intelligence document on Saturday as saying U.S. intelligence thought Russia could be planning a multi-front offensive on Ukraine as early as next year involving up to 175,000 troops. "The (United) States is conducting a special operation to aggravate the situation around Ukraine while shifting the responsibility onto Russia," Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova was quoted as saying by Kommersant.
One person injured after officer-involved shooting in Walpole
Revolve Group (NYSE: RVLV) is a fashion retailer with a business plan that centers around social media influencers and live marketing events in an effort to target Millennial and Gen Z customers. Now, as the world continues to emerge from the pandemic-induced lockdowns, Revolve is back to doing what it does best, and the results speak for themselves. This shows that even through a year when its primary marketing strategy was put on ice, the company was able to keep growing its business.
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The highest volcano on Indonesia’s most densely populated island of Java spewed thick columns of ash high into the sky on Saturday, triggering panic among people living nearby. There were no immediate reports of casualties. Mount Semeru’s sudden eruption in Lumajang district in East Java province left several villages around its slopes blanketed with falling ash. The eruption was accompanied by a thunderstorm and rain, which pushed lava and smoldering debris and formed
Telecom Italia is close to picking banks to advise it on a buyout offer approach from U.S. private equity group KKR and could even assign mandates this weekend, two sources said on Saturday. A special committee set up to study KKR's non-binding bid approach, valued at 33 billion euros ($37 billion) including debt, met on Friday and will meet again over the weekend, the sources said. KKR's approach was made public on Nov. 21.
Airlines have been warned about a plume of ash rising 15,000m from Mt Semeru in Java.
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All the goals and updates as the Hammers host the title-chasing Blues in a London derby and top-four showdown
Every December, I decide to have a little fun and come up with a list of five predictions for the stock market in the following year that aren't obvious and often aren't very popular. The exact opposite happened.
PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — The parents of a teen accused of killing four students in a shooting at a Michigan high school were caught early Saturday, several hours after a prosecutor filed involuntary manslaughter charges against them, officials said. James and Jennifer Crumbley were captured in a commercial building in Detroit that housed artwork, Detroit Police Chief James E. White told a news conference. White said the couple “were aided in getting into the building,” and that a person who helped
Covid couldn’t dampen the celebrations in Bridgetown this week, reports Nadine White. Now the ceremonies are over, the island looks to chart its own course
BANJUL, Gambia (AP) — Lines of voters snaked around corners outside polling stations in Gambia's capital Saturday as the nation holds a presidential election that for the first time in decades does not include former dictator Yahya Jammeh as a candidate. Polls opened to high turnout, with many people lining up at the capital’s Independence Stadium before sunrise. Nearly 1 million voters were expected to drop marbles into one of six ballot bins, each adorned with the face and name of a candidate.
Molly-Moo, a German Shepherd cross mastiff, was found wandering the streets alone ‘starving and broken’ just days before Christmas last year.
Pestering women in the street or in pubs could be outlawed in a bid to combat sexual harassment in public. A government-commissioned review will next week call for sexual harassment in public and inciting hatred against women to be made criminal offences, the Daily Telegraph reported.
A Sudanese pro-democracy group has condemned comments by the U.N. chief urging citizens to support a deal that reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, so the country can have “a peaceful transition towards a true democracy.” The Sudanese Professionals’ Association, which was at the forefront of the uprising against former autocrat Omar al-Bashir, rejected late Friday Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’s comments as a “moral and political failure.” Hamdok was deposed as part of the Oct. 25 coup by military leaders that brought international criticism and disrupted Sudan’s fragile transition to democracy.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The leaders of right-wing populist parties gathered Saturday in Warsaw to discuss how they can work together to bring change to the European Union, which they accuse of acting like a super-state that is eroding the traditions and powers of the EU's 27 member nations. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of Poland’s nationalist ruling party, opened the meeting, which also was attended by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, French far-right leader Marine Le Pen and the leader of
Starting Dec. 4, 1952, smog took over London, England, for five days.
Although these businesses are still growing, they face some significant challenges heading into the new year.