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New Delhi [India], May 13 (ANI): Amid reports of the shortage of COVID-19 vaccine in various states, Sputnik vaccine has arrived in India, and "hopefully" it will be available in the market from next week, said Dr VK Paul, member (health) of the NITI Aayog, on Thursday.
Users in India are willing to pay more than 50 percent extra for 5G plans along with digital services.
Ellen DeGeneres told Savannah Guthrie of Today that she is still surprised by attacks on her and reports of the workplace environment of her show as “toxic,” but that it was not the reason for her decision to end her long-running daytime talk show. Guthrie asked DeGeneres if she felt she was “being canceled.” “I […]
Min Nyo, a Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) reporter from Myanmar's Bago region, was arrested on March 3, a month after the military seized power, and was beaten by police and seriously injured, said DVB, adding he was denied visits by his family. "DVB demands the military authority release Min Nyo immediately, as well as other detained or convicted journalists around Myanmar," it said.
Fuel supply constraints along the U.S. East Coast should ease in coming days, U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Thursday, a day after Colonial Pipeline late Wednesday said it had restarted its key pipeline. In separate television interviews, Granholm told MSNBC and CNN the current fuel shortages are temporary and that most areas should be back to normal in a couple of days. The shutdown of the major fuel artery last weekend following a ransomware attack triggered shortages and sent people in some states along the southeastern United States scrambling to fill their cars, creating long lines and higher prices.
LONDON (AP) — A U.K. government minister stood before lawmakers Thursday and formally apologized for the killing of 10 civilians during unrest in Belfast half a century ago, as Britain and Northern Ireland struggle to come to terms with the events of the past. Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis told the House of Commons that the government “profoundly regrets and is truly sorry’’ for the events in the Ballymurphy area of west Belfast in 1971. A coroner’s court ruled Tuesday that the nine men and one women killed by British troops were innocent victims who weren’t threatening soldiers at the time they were shot. “The events of Ballymurphy should never have happened, the families of those who were killed should never have had to experience the grief and trauma of that loss,’’ Lewis said. “They should have not had to wait nearly five decades for the judgment this week, nor have been compelled to relive that terrible time in August 1971 again and again in their long, distressing quest for truth.” Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized Wednesday in a telephone call with the leaders of Northern Ireland’s power-sharing government, which includes representatives of both sides of the region’s sectarian divide. The coroner’s verdict comes as veterans’ groups pressure the British government to block the prosecution of former soldiers, many now in their 70s and 80s, for their actions during the violence in Northern Ireland known as The Troubles. In recent weeks the six-county region that is part of the U.K. has been rocked by violent protests fueled by anger over the perceived unfair enforcement of coronavirus restrictions and concerns about Britain’s departure from the European Union. More than 3,000 people died during three decades of conflict between between mostly Catholic supporters of unification with the Republic of Ireland and mostly Protestant backers of continued links with the United Kingdom. The killings in Ballymurphy occurred over three days in August 1971 as the British Army sought to implement a new government policy that allowed for the arrest and internment without trial of suspected militants. Violence flared when protesters confronted soldiers who had moved into the largely Catholic area to arrest suspected members of the Irish Republican Army. High Court Justice Siobhan Keegan ruled Tuesday that all of the victims were “entirely innocent” and weren’t engaged in paramilitary activity at the time they were shot. The dead included a mother of eight and a Catholic priest who was waving a white handkerchief as a sign of peace while assisting a wounded man. Their families had fought for decades for a new inquiry to clear the names of their loved ones after earlier inquests proved inconclusive, fueling suggestions that the victims were somehow responsible for the shootings. The families said the apology from Lewis, though more formal than Johnson’s, still was not enough. Former Prime Minister David Cameron, for example, faced thousands of residents of Londonderry — also known as Derry — to admit that British troops were fully at fault for the deaths of 13 demonstrators in 1972 during what is now known as Bloody Sunday. Many locals long distrustful of British leaders wept at the act of contrition that followed a fact-finding probe. John Teggart, whose father was killed at Ballymurphy, said the government’s public apology should come from Johnson. “The right thing to do would be for it to come from the head of state: Boris Johnson,″ Teggart said. “We’ll not be rushing him, just whenever he is ready he can come and speak to the families. This has annoyed the families, it has taken away our moment.” Danica Kirka, The Associated Press
Braden Herman's siblings want their brother to be remembered as someone with a kind and loving heart who always found a place in the crowd. "He was really funny and he was always making jokes. He was just fun to be around," said his half-brother, Brett Herman. "He made me laugh a lot of times, and I'll miss that about him." The body of the 26-year-old — who was from Clearwater River Dene Nation, which is located about 600 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon — was found in a wooded area in Prince Albert, Sask., early Tuesday evening. Bernie Herman, a Prince Albert RCMP officer of 32 years, has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to Braden's death. While the 53-year-old was off duty at the time of the incident, the Saskatchewan RCMP said in a statement Wednesday evening that "a modification to the member's duty status is currently being processed." The Prince Albert Police Service continues to investigate the death as a homicide, with oversight expected from an independent observer appointed by the Ministry of Justice. As part of the investigation, police said they have cordoned off a vehicle and a home in the 3300 block of Dent Crescent in Prince Albert, in addition to the wooded area where Braden's body was found. 'The guy can rot in hell' According to Braden's family, despite having the same last name as Bernie, the two weren't related but they knew each other. Brett said his brother had a "personal relationship" with Bernie — who's also from the same Dene community in northern Saskatchewan — and lived with the RCMP officer and his wife in Prince Albert for a while, before they had a falling out. When Brett heard the news early Wednesday morning about his brother's death and later that day about Bernie's murder charge in connection, he said it didn't come as a surprise, having heard stories from Braden about the Mountie's "controlling and abusive" behaviour toward him in the past. "I have no idea what happened. I was just made aware that my brother is no longer with us, and that they had a person in custody — and sure enough, it was [Bernie]," Brett said. "The guy can rot in hell. ... I just hope he gets what he deserves." '[Braden] was a good kid. He was really bright and could have done well for himself,' said his brother, Brett Herman (left), noting Braden once had plans to become a journeyman carpenter.(Submitted by Brett Herman) "I just want [Bernie] not to walk the streets and to be behind bars as he deserves," added Braden's adoptive sister, Daphanie Herman. "I know I will not see my brother again, but I really want justice for the heartache [Bernie's] given us." Bernie is scheduled to make his first appearance in Prince Albert Provincial Court on Thursday morning. 'A lot of unanswered questions' Brett said his brother is leaving behind countless friends and family across northern Saskatchewan and parts of Alberta. Among the most devastated, Brett said, is his brother's grandmother, Mary Jane Herman, who raised Braden and his twin brother, Blade, from the time they were babies. Braden Herman’s grandmother, Mary Jane Herman, known by her family as having 'a heart of gold' is now grieving the loss of the two grandsons she took in and raised. (Mary Jane Herman/Facebook) Having lost Blade to suicide in 2015, Brett noted, it's even more heartbreaking that her other boy is gone. "I would just like to see her get some closure and see her happy again," Brett said. "A lot of people are sad and hurt — and left with a lot of unanswered questions."
The Australians were forced to take a detour to Maldives since Australia had banned flights from India till May 15.
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Don McGahn, who served as White House counsel under former U.S. President Donald Trump, has agreed to be interviewed by the House Judiciary panel after a years-long legal battle, according to the Democratic chairman of the committee. The deal follows a two-year fight for the lawyer's testimony as House Democrats sought to enforce a subpoena for McGahn's testimony as part of its investigation into Trump's efforts to impede former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation that documented Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. McGahn, who left his post in late 2018 halfway through Trump's four-year term, had declined to testify in May 2019.
Despite the Colonial Pipeline system getting back online, motorists are still draining gas stations, and it may take ‘weeks’ until gasoline supply returns to normal, warns GasBuddy’s senior petroleum analyst Patrick De Haan.
Dublin, May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Plant-Based-Meat Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth and Change to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Plant-Based-Meat Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth and Change to 2030 provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global plant-based meat Market. Major players in the plant-based-meat market are Amy's Kitchen, The Vegetarian Butcher, Maple Leaf Foods, Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods, Greenleaf Foods, Hungry Planet, Next Level and Abbots Butcher.The global plant-based-meat market is expected to grow from $11.86 billion in 2020 to $13.28 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12%. The growth is mainly due to the companies resuming their operations and adapting to the new normal while recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $20.78 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 12%.The high prices of plant-based meat products in comparison with regular meat products is a major restraint for the growth of the plant-based meat market. The major players dealing in plant-based meat products are beyond burger and impossible burger. At Whole Foods, an America-based multinational supermarket chain, the retail price of beyond burger is USD 12 a pound, whereas regular ground beef burger costs for less than half i.e. USD 5 a pound. Thus, the differences in the prices of plant-based meat products and regular meat products are predicted to hinder the growth of the market over the upcoming years.Increasing consumer awareness associated with the benefits of vegetarian diets is projected to contribute to the growth of the plant-based meat market. The vegetarian diets offer various benefits such as low insulin levels, decreased rate of heart diseases, and improved kidney functions. According to Vegconomist, the vegan business magazine article published in July 2019, plant-based meat contains lower levels of cholesterol, saturated fat, and calories in comparison with animal-based meat. Moreover, rising consumer awareness on animal rights through global welfare organizations such as animal aid unlimited (AAU) and people for the ethical treatment of animals (PETA) is to boost the demand for plant-based meat products, which in turn, is predicted to uptake the revenues of plant-based meat market over the forecast period.The plant-based meat market covered in this report is segmented by product type into burger patties; sausages; strips; nuggets; meatballs; others. It is also segmented by source into soy; wheat; pea; others.The increasing launch of new innovative products that are made from plant-based meat is a major trend in the plant-based meat market. For instance, in June 2019, the world's largest meat producer announced the sales of preprotein made nuggets at grocery stores as a part of a new brand, Raised & Rooted that is engaged in selling blended and plant-based meat products. Moreover, in June 2019, a leader in plant-based meat announced the launch of its new product, Beyond Beef. Beyond Beef is new plant-based ground meat prepared without GMOs, gluten or soy designed to deliver meaty texture, juiciness, and the same versatility of traditional beef. In March 2018, Kerry Group, an Ireland-based public food company, announced a major move into the meat substitutes market with the acquisition of Ojah, an innovative producer of textured meat alternatives based in the Netherlands for an approximate amount of USD 24 billion. Ojah is engaged in making a wide range of meat alternative products under Plenti and Beeter Brands. The Ojah products comprise seasoned & natural chunks and strips and vegan nuggets. The products are gluten-free and are made from pea or soy protein.Key Topics Covered: 1. Executive Summary 2. Plant-Based Meat Market Characteristics 3. Plant-Based Meat Market Trends and Strategies 4. Impact of COVID-19 on Plant-Based Meat 5. Plant-Based Meat Market Size and Growth 5.1. Global Plant-Based Meat Historic Market, 2015-2020, $ Billion 5.1.1. Drivers of the Market 5.1.2. Restraints on The Market 5.2. Global Plant-Based Meat Forecast Market, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion 5.2.1. Drivers of the Market 5.2.2. Restraints on the Market 6. Plant-Based Meat Market Segmentation 6.1. Global Plant-Based Meat Market, Segmentation By Product Type, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion Burger PattiesSausagesStripsNuggetsMeatballsOthers 6.2. Global Plant-Based Meat Market, Segmentation By Source, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion SoyWheatPeaOthers 6.3. Global Plant-Based Meat Market, Segmentation By Distribution Channel, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion Grocery StoresFood & Drinks Specialty StoresConvenience StoresRestaurantsOnline Stores 7. Plant-Based Meat Market Regional and Country Analysis 7.1. Global Plant-Based Meat Market, Split By Region, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion 7.2. Global Plant-Based Meat Market, Split By Country, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion Companies Mentioned Amy's KitchenThe Vegetarian ButcherMaple Leaf FoodsBeyond MeatImpossible FoodsGreenleaf FoodsHungry PlanetNext LevelAbbots ButcherAtlantic Natural FoodsDon Lee FarmsDr. Praeger'sGardeinGood Catch FishKraft Heinz FoodserviceMonks MeatsMorningStar FarmsNo Evil FoodsOcean Hugger FoodsQuorn FoodsSophie's KitchenSweet EarthTofurkyVBitesYves Veggie Cuisine For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/bys41p CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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