Scattered Showers Continue Sunday
Scattered Showers Continue Sunday
The president of Honduras’ main opposition party fled an international airport Tuesday breaking through a parking gate with his pickup truck after immigration agents stopped him for carrying two passports before he boarded a flight to the United States, authorities said. David Chávez Madison, president of the National Party, fled the Palmerola International Airport around 3 a.m. Tuesday, leaving behind his passports when immigration agents called him for a second inspection, Allan Alvarenga, director of Honduras’ immigration agency told local press.
Much-maligned scene sees Andrew Lincoln’s character Mark declare his love for Keira Knightley’s Juliet through a series of cue cards
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Philadelphia attorney Gary Schildhorn received a call from who he believed was his son, saying that he needed money to post bail following a car crash. Mr Schildhorn later found out he nearly fell victim to scammers using AI to clone his son’s voice, reports Andrea Blanco
Uber will open up its platform to London's black cabs early next year, the ride-hailing firm said on Wednesday, signalling a dramatic turnaround in its relationship with drivers of the British capital's iconic taxis. In recent years, London's black cab drivers - who have to pass a test called "The Knowledge" requiring them to memorise thousands of routes within the city - blocked the streets in protests against the ride-hailing service. At the time, they argued Uber's app-based ordering and demand-sensitive pricing threatened their livelihoods.
At least 20 criminal groups active in rural Artibonite Valley, said the United Nations Human rights Office and the U.N. Integrated Office in Haiti.
Welcome Western New York to "The Cabin," a 16,975 square foot home in South Wales that can be yours for an Erie County record $14.5 million.
Non-league nomads Worcester City find a new home on the outskirts of the city at Fernhill Heath.
VICTORIA — British Columbia's auditor general is repeating himself over concerns about the way the provincial government keeps its books, just as the Ministry of Finance's quarterly report projects a $5.6-billion deficit. Michael Pickup says if B.C's financial statements followed Canadian public sector accounting standards there would be about another $7 billion in the revenue column, and liabilities would have dropped by the same amount. This is the 16th time Pickup's office has "qualified" its
British PM to tell UN summit of plans for rainforests and new national park – but green groups remain sceptical
Installation of more than 400 panels opposed by Historic England is seen as ‘clarion call for change’ by college
The top choice, according to nearly 30,000 Ranker voters, makes complete sense. But people were confounded about some other results.
She will appear at the Voice of the Listener and Viewer conference on Wednesday.
Increasing taxes on polluting activities and cutting fossil fuel subsidies could generate trillions of dollars to tackle climate change, an advisory panel to the COP28 talks in Dubai said. Summit host the United Arab Emirates, a major oil producer, has said the two-week meeting starting on Thursday must deliver "tangible action" on climate funding, which has been squeezed by rising debt burdens, faltering political will and patchy efforts by private finance. Higher carbon taxes - including levies on emissions from the maritime and aviation sectors - should be among options COP28 studies, the panel recommended.
SIR – As the head of the Scheherazade Foundation, a British NGO that has been working to return treasures from the British Museum to their rightful owners, I am utterly flummoxed by the apparent diplomatic incompetence of Rishi Sunak’s team (“Sunak cancels on Greek leader over row about future of Elgin Marbles”, report, November 28).
Senior figures in the black cab industry have frequently expressed concerns over the growth of Uber, which has traditionally offered minicab journeys.
There has been a ‘perfect storm’ which meant that demand has outstripped capacity, experts said.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) warned progress made at Cop26 in Glasgow could be undone.
The TV presenter also spoke to Women’s Health UK about staying physically strong during menopause.