Jazz festival founding board member turns 100
Jazz festival founding board member turns 100
Police reports have been filed against Iris Koh and suspended lawyer M Ravi for potential violations of the election cooling-off period rules.
“I’m not a test-taker. I play football.” Indeed, while Stroud is off to a modest 2-2 start, the Texans have been elated internally to see their rookie take command this quickly,
The dollar began the last quarter of the year in the ascendant on Monday due to prospects of U.S. interest rates staying higher for longer, and the yen's slide to a near one-year low put traders on watch for intervention by Japanese authorities. Currency moves were subdued in early Asia trade with parts of Australia out for a holiday and China away for its Golden Week, though analysts said a narrowly-averted U.S. government shutdown could bring some relief to markets. The yen eased to 149.83 per dollar, its weakest in over 11 months, moving ever close to the 150 mark that some traders believe could trigger intervention by Japanese authorities, similar to their action last year, to support the currency.
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesian President Joko Widodo inaugurated Southeast Asia’s first high-speed railway on Monday as it was set to begin commercial operations, a key project under China’s Belt and Road infrastructure initiative that will drastically reduce the travel time between two key cities. The project has been beset with delays and increasing costs, and some observers doubt its commercial benefits. But Widodo has championed the 142-kilometer (88-mile) railway, which was issued its
On the Telegram messaging app the governor, Oleksandr Prokudin, said Russian forces had launched 71 attacks in the past 24 hours, "aimed at the residential districts", as well as shops and medical infrastructure, among other establishments. Twenty of the air and land attacks targeted the city of Kherson, the region's administrative district, the governor added, while authorities promptly doused a fire sparked by shelling early on Monday.
Ex-player Craig Black's art has taken him to the World Cup in Qatar and the Champions League final.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — A livid Robert Saleh stormed down the sideline, shouting at an official as several New York Jets players jumped around on the field in disbelief. Frustrated fans booed in disgust, knowing the game just turned on a questionable call. With the Kansas City Chiefs up by three points and looking to put away a win Sunday night, Michael Carter II intercepted Patrick Mahomes' deep pass intended for Marquez Valdes-Scantling. The Jets, who erased a 17-0 deficit, thought they h
Turkish air strikes in north Iraq late on Sunday "neutralised" many Kurdish militants and destroyed their depots and shelters, Turkey's defence ministry said, hours after a Kurdish group claimed responsibility for a bomb attack in Ankara. Two attackers detonated a bomb near government buildings in Turkey's capital on Sunday morning. Both attackers were killed and two police officers were wounded.
STORY: This is the first time in 500 yearsthese carvings have been shownTemplo Mayor Museum, Mexico CityThe carved masks, scepters and more were buried as Aztec ritual offeringsSome weapons were believed to have been wielded by ancient gods[Maria Barajas, Curator]"Many of them are masks that represent the god of rain, Tlaloc, but we have also found anthropomorphic masks. Many of them have to do with warriors who died during the war because you can see in the masks their eyes half-open, even their mouths are open, so the researchers have suggested that they represent warriors who died during the battle."Most pieces were excavated from Templo Mayor, next to the museumThe ruins were once the Aztecs' holiest shrine
Warning: this article contains spoilers for the second episode of ‘Boiling Point’
‘I’m going to Court tomorrow morning to fight for my name and reputation,’ Trump says
Susan Hall pledged to scrap the expansion of London’s Ulez and ‘get to grips with crime’ on her first day if she wins the mayoral election
One coach said he wasn’t going to speak about it. The other did.
Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco, who went to nearby Rutgers, motored to a career-best 115 rushing yards against the Jets on Sunday in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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The diagnostics site just outside Cambridge will produce kits that could detect medical conditions.
David Olusoga takes us on a journey that begins in 1707 with the creation of a new nation. Plus, a grim dramatisation of the Yorkshire Ripper’s reign of terror. Here’s what to watch this evening
A West Valley community is mourning, remembering a life that was lost too soon.
Jailed former billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried considered paying former U.S. President Donald Trump to not run for re-election in 2020, according to an excerpt of a forthcoming book published on Sunday. In the excerpt published in the Washington Post, Michael Lewis, the author of "Going Infinite: The Rise and Fall of a New Tycoon", said Bankman-Fried at the time was planning to give $15 million to $30 million to Republican Senator Mitch McConnell to defeat the "Trumpier" candidates in the Senate races. "On a separate front, he explained to me, as the plane descended into Washington, he was exploring the legality of paying Donald Trump himself not to run for president," Lewis wrote.
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