Pemerintah menghentikan pemberian visa bagi warga negara asing (WNA) yang pernah tinggal dan mengunjungi India dalam kurun 14 hari. Sementara itu, untuk warga negara Indonesia (WNI) dari India masih diizinkan masuk ke tanah air.
Companies will be breaking the law if they delay or refuse refunds, warns the competition watchdog.
It comes after an inquiry found evidence of criminal activity and money laundering at Australian casinos.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The running of the 146th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore this week will now occur under very disappointing circumstances. Before a single horse has even taken a stride, the second leg of thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown has been tainted by doping.
The report from the US Labor Department comes amid fears that rising prices could push up interest rates.
- The Independent
‘A bitter horrible human being’: Trump slams Liz Cheney in gloating statement as she loses leadership role
Donald Trump gloated over the ousting of House Republican conference chair Liz Cheney in a statement released shortly after a voice vote by party members removed her from the position. Bringing in her father, former vice president Dick Cheney, Mr Trump continues: “She is a warmonger whose family stupidly pushed us into the never-ending Middle East Disaster, draining our wealth and depleting our great military, the worst decision in our country’s history.” Ms Cheney was removed from her post by her fellow party members for refusing to buy into Mr Trump’s “big lie” that the 2020 election was stolen from him.
Chrissy Teigen apologizes for cyberbullying a teenaged Courtney Stodden and says she was an 'insecure, attention seeking troll'
Teigen tweeted that she was "ashamed and completely embarrassed at my behavior" but that it was "nothing compared to how I made Courtney feel."
PARIS (Reuters) -Air France and Airbus should stand trial for involuntary manslaughter over their role in a 2009 crash in the Atlantic that killed 228 people, the Paris court of appeal ruled on Wednesday. The ruling reverses a 2019 decision not to prosecute either company over the accident, in which the pilots lost control of the Airbus A330 jet after ice blocked its airspeed sensors. Victims' families welcomed the ruling, but Airbus and Air France said they would seek to overturn it at the Cour de Cassation, France's highest appeal court.
- The Independent
The county has only vaccinated 0.71 per cent of its population
- Business Insider
Pfizer's vaccine could be put into the arms of middle and high schoolers across the country as early as Thursday.
- The Independent
GOP lawmakers liken rioters to tourists and call Ashli Babbitt killing an ‘execution’ in hearing on 6 January insurrection
Four months later, Republicans deny there was an insurrection at the Capitol on 6 January and condemn law enforcement investigations into ‘peaceful patriots’ who stormed the halls of Congress
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Ivory Coast is dealing with major power outages that are devastating local businesses, and cutting supplies to neighboring countries.In its capital Abidjan, Fashion designer Ambroise Mandela is struggling to make garments in time for Eid, as his factory's machines stop sewing:"It gives us insomnia given the promises we have made to the clients and that we cannot honor our promises because of the power cuts which are getting very difficult. A little while away, fishmonger Cedric is facing similar problems: "If this goes on for 2 or 3 days, it will be a real loss for us because these are fresh produce and we need power to preserve them."Ivory Coast is also one of the world's biggest cocoa producers.And outages have led to complaints from the sector, which depends on a steady power supply for its grinding machines.A prolonged dry season has reduced water levels at hydropower dams in both Ivory Coast and Ghana. Speaking at a news conference on Friday (May 7) Ivory Coast’s Energy Minister Thomas Camera said the national power company had been forced to use reserve water from its reservoirs to keep hydropower plants going.He said the country would have to reduce the amount of electricity it exports to secure supplies. Ivory Coast exports power to six countries, including Mali. A spokesman for the energy ministry there told Reuters that electricity imports from Ivory Coast had fallen 30%, causing repeated outages. In Ghana, which exports to Burkina Faso, the national utility is also carrying out rolling outages until May 17.Camera said the situation would return to normal around July.
He worked with Hitchcock, played tennis with Chaplin and made his final film with Judd Apatow.
Learn more about 'Visions of Equity,' a cover package on the fight for racial justice and building a better world
- Business Insider
Florida officials are preparing 'contingency plans' for a Trump indictment from New York, report says
The investigation from Manhattan DA Cy Vance could involve different scenarios depending on whether Trump is indicted in Florida or New Jersey.
Matt Damon says the world doesn't need to 'mourn the death' of the Golden Globes after diversity criticism
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has faced criticism for its lack of diversity after it was revealed that none of its 86 members are Black.
- Idaho Statesman
“I just collapsed outside the store.”
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As California posts America's best COVID numbers, Newsom's approval rises — and Caitlyn Jenner's recall hopes sink
Conservative critics of California Gov. Gavin Newsom seem to have made a serious miscalculation by seeking to recall and replace him this fall, new data suggests.
- Business Insider
GOP Rep. Paul Gosar said police 'executed' Ashli Babbitt during the Capitol riot and that the feds are 'harassing peaceful patriots'
Gosar criticized the Justice Department, which has charged hundreds in the attack, and called Babbitt a "young lady, a veteran wrapped in a US flag."
- Business Insider
Former White House counsel Don McGahn has agreed to a closed-door interview with lawmakers on Trump's alleged attempts to block the Russia investigation
The House Judiciary Committee said it had reached an agreement with McGahn for him to do a private but transcribed interview.
- The Daily Beast
Screenshot/ALEAThe remains of a five-week-old Alabama boy, whose disappearance this week had confounded authorities, were found on Wednesday shortly after his parents gave a press conference in which they begged for help in finding their son. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said on Thursday that the baby’s father, 32-year-old Caleb Michael Whisnand, will be charged with capital murder after initially being hit with manslaughter charges. He will be held without bond. Angela Gardner, the child’s 28-year-old mom, has not been charged with any crime, authorities said.Authorities say they received a 911 call around 10:45 p.m. Monday evening from Whisnand, who was at a Circle K convenience store along a highway outside Montgomery. The call was about a missing baby who weighed 10 pounds and was last seen in a camouflage onesie. Few details of the infant’s disappearance have not been made public, though police say they are reviewing security footage. ALEA During their Wednesday press conference, Caleb Whisnand and Gardner did not refer to their son by name and offered conflicting accounts of what exactly happened. Whisnand repeatedly stressed that he could not recall many details about the disappearance. “I don’t remember a lot, but I did remember I was breaking up, ya know, with the cops. If anybody’s got anything, any places that I could have gone, you know who you are,” he said, according to AL.com.Gardner said she had been at home Monday with her 2-year-old child when Whisnand brought the five-week-old to the convenience store.“He went to go pay gas at the gas station and realized he was gone. He let the police know, and me know, that he was missing… Please find him, please,” she said. Asked about the last time the whole family was together, Whisnand said it was Saturday night when “we were all together sleeping.” Bizarrely, he went on to say, “And I don’t remember much.”“It’s not easy,” Gardner chimed in. Shortly after the presser ended, little Caleb’s remains were found.On Thursday, Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham said that the baby’s body was found in Lowndes County on Wednesday night, about thirty minutes from where he was last seen. The discovery was made after authorities received new information about Whitland and Garland went in front of cameras asking for the return of their son. “We want to let the community know that we brought some closure. But we still have a lot of work to do,” Cunningham said.Cunningham, however, didn’t say how Caleb Jr. died or how he went missing. He said local and federal investigators are still piecing together a timeline of when the boy died compared to when they were alerted he was missing.Margaret Hope, the baby’s maternal grandmother, told AL.com that the young couple lived with Whisnand’s parents and that her daughter was planning to leave. “I think that’s the reason he took the baby,” Hope told the outlet, adding that her grandson was found in a wooden area. “He knew he done killed that baby and he had to come up with some excuse.”“Angela is a great mother, and she is over-protective of her kids,” Hope added. “She was so happy when she gave birth. I was there when she gave birth to the baby. I can’t believe the SOB killed her baby.”At the time of Whisnand’s arrest, authorities said he was already under indictment in an unrelated case on reckless endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia, and meth and heroin possession charges. Court records show Whisnand was arrested after being pulled over in June 2020 for driving erratically. At the time of the incident, Gardner and an infant were also in the vehicle.Sheriff Cunningham said on Thursday that it was too early to tell if drugs had a role in the infant’s death.Capt. Trent Beasley, who is in charge of investigations at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, said he could not explain why the couple said they were last together with their baby on Saturday.“I can’t speak to their mental state. I don’t know where the father was at when he was answering questions,” Beasley was quoted saying by the Montgomery Advertiser.He said the baby’s father had called 911 four minutes after the baby was last seen on surveillance footage at the gas station.“The video image is a little grainy, but it looks to be him,” Beasley said.Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey vowed to seek justice for baby Caleb during the Thursday briefing. “This morning begins the long process of this case going through the criminal justice system,” he said. “This case will be prosecuted by the best prosecutors in this state and we will make sure that justice will prevail for this baby.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.