The Taliban celebrate a year in power that has given Afghanistan security but little hope

The Taliban celebrate a year in power that has given Afghanistan security but little hope

The Taliban celebrate the “day of salvation and freedom” Relatively safer country, but faces challenges Aid cut as international community demands rights for women KABUL, Aug 15 (Reuters) – The Taliban and their supporters waved the group’s black and white flag on the streets of Afghanistan on Monday to celebrate a year since they marched … Read more

Jury awards $45.2 million in punitive damages in Alex Jones Sandy Hook trial

Jury awards .2 million in punitive damages in Alex Jones Sandy Hook trial

Aug 5 (Reuters) – U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones must pay the parents of a 6-year-old boy killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre $45.2 million in punitive damages – on top of the $4.1 million dollars in compensatory damages already awarded – for falsely claiming the shooting was a hoax, a Texas jury decided … Read more

Jury Finds Alex Jones Must Pay $4.1 Million Over Sandy Hook Hoax Claims

Jury Finds Alex Jones Must Pay .1 Million Over Sandy Hook Hoax Claims

Aug 4 (Reuters) – U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones should pay the parents of a child killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre at least $4.1 million for falsely claiming the shooting was a hoax, he said. Thursday a Texas jury. The verdict followed a two-week trial in Austin, Texas, where Jones’ radio show and … Read more

Polio found in New York sewage as state urges vaccines

Polio found in New York sewage as state urges vaccines

WASHINGTON, Aug 1 (Reuters) – The polio virus was present in sewage in a New York City suburb a month before health authorities announced a confirmed case of the disease last month, they said on Monday. state health officials, urging residents to make sure they have been vaccinated. The discovery of the illness from sewage … Read more

At least 16 die in ‘epic’ flooding in Kentucky, including 6 children

At least 16 die in ‘epic’ flooding in Kentucky, including 6 children

Jul 29 (Reuters) – The death toll in eastern Kentucky rose to at least 16 on Friday as flooding from “epic” torrential rains swept away homes, swept away roads and caused rivers to burst their banks, state officials said, warning of more deaths. they were expected. Police and National Guard troops, including personnel from neighboring … Read more