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Attack of the drones: the mystery of disappearing swarms in the US midwest | Drones (military)

At twilight on New Year’s Eve, 2020, Placido Montoya, 35, a plumber from Fort Morgan, Colorado, was driving to work. Ahead of him he noticed blinking lights in the sky. He’d heard rumours of mysterious drones, whispers in his local community, but now he was seeing them with his own eyes. In the early morning gloom, it was hard to make out how big…

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SAN JOSE — The tech-oriented golf experience welcomed customers on Friday, April 16 in north San Jose’s Alviso…

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Chinese firms prepare to charge into Europe’s electric car market | Manufacturing…

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Flouting COVID rules an open secret in California’s last purple county – Silicon…

MERCED — In the end, Merced County was the last purple-tiered county standing on California’s pandemic map, an…

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Andrew Yang leads the New York mayoral race despite missteps. But can he win? | New York

Two days before Andrew Yang announced he was running to be New York City’s next mayor, he made a remarkable admission.As Covid-19 ravaged the city – more than 50,000 people have succumbed to the virus – the tech entrepreneur had left town, retreating to his second home north of New York.“We live in a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan,” Yang told an interviewer to explain his decision. “And so, like, can you imagine trying to have two kids on virtual school in a two-bedroom apartment, and then trying to do work…

Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer agree to suspend election campaigning due to Prince Philip’s death

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer agreed to halt campaigning for next month's local elections until after the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.The Prime Minister was informed of the duke's death while working in Downing Street yesterday morning. He called the Labour leader to agree the suspension.Campaigning in the elections for the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly has also been halted and Downing Street has imposed a near blackout on government announcements. Parliament has been recalled from the Easter break on Monday, a…

Doctors and nurses struggling to fill Covid jab bookings in Sydney

Doctors and nurses are having trouble securing an adequate number of patients keen to receive a Covid jab - after Australian authorities scrambled to get their hands on a sufficient supply of the vaccines.  Thousands of doses are still sitting in fridges across Sydney as Phase 1b candidates think twice about getting the jab.The AstraZeneca vaccine, which Australia pinned its hopes on for the bulk of its rollout, has been linked to blood clots in rare cases across the world. Daily Mail Australia on Thursday revealed Genene…

Lili Reinhart and Madelaine Petsch look every inch the city girls as they take their dogs out

<!--The leading ladies of Riverdale enjoyed a dog walk together in Vancouver on Saturday.Lili Reinhart and Madelaine Petsch were spotted walking their four-legged friends in Canada.Lili, 24, worked a button down red shirt and jeans as she guided her pooch about, while Madelaine, 26, kept cool in a black tank top and grey trousers. Four-legged friends! Lili Reinhart and Madelaine Petsch were spotted walking their dogs in Vancouver, Canada on SaturdayThe blonde actress strolled

‘Just write STOP’: the teenager helping Polish women flee abuse | Sexual violence

In April 2020, weeks after Poland went into its first Covid-19 lockdown, Krysia Paszko, a 17-year-old high school pupil, watched a TV report about Europe’s surge in domestic violence cases, which had increased by up to 60% on 2019, according to the World Health Organization. Poland’s largest women’s rights centre, Centrum Praw Kobiet (CPK), had reported a 50% increase in calls to its domestic violence hotline in March.Learning from the report that France had implemented a scheme in pharmacies that women could use to report…

Jacinda Ardern heralds ‘very significant day’ as trans-Tasman travel bubble begins | New Zealand

Cities across New Zealand are putting out the welcome mat for Australian arrivals, as trans-Tasman bubble travel begins.From the air, arrivals to Wellington could see the words “Welcome Whānau”, the Māori term for family, painted in enormous letters next to the runways.Duty-free stores have re-stocked shelves and rolled up the barriers, many opening for the first time in around a year.At Auckland airport, a choir warmed up for a rendition of Welcome Home, by Dave Dobbyn, and families waited to greet new arrivals, who landed…

Alexei Navalny allies call for mass protests in Russia to save his life | Alexei Navalny

Allies of Alexei Navalny have called on his supporters to stage mass protests on Wednesday in towns and cities all across Russia, amid a dire warning that the jailed Kremlin critic and opposition leader is now dangerously ill and could die “at any minute”.Navalny’s team said the situation had got so desperate that there was no time to delay. They had previously said street protests would resume once they reached 500,000 signatures in support – with the current tally about 50,000 short.In a video posted on Navalny’s YouTube…

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