Security forces are accused of opening fire without warning on protesters in several cities.
A judge ruled against Alek Minassian, whose lawyers said he was not criminally responsible due to autism.
Governor Cuomo said he will not resign amidst allegations of sexual harassment by three women.
The small bowl bought for $35 last year is set to be auctioned for between $300,000 and $500,000.
The sisters say they were offered the jab when visiting their father in the United Arab Emirates.
The Texas governor is lifting the Covid mask mandate leaving businesses to make tough decisions.
Ronny Jackson, congressman and former doctor to US presidents, has disputed a report alleging misdeeds
The claims in a newspaper article come days before the duchess's TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Over 160,000 residents in Mississippi have been without drinkable water for two weeks after storm.
Duchess of Cornwall says "we'll keep our fingers crossed", after the duke's 15th night in hospital.
AI software can now match footage of drivers throwing out trash with their car's licence plate.
Israel rejects the court's decision to probe alleged war crimes, while the Palestinians praise it.
Thousands of doses of suspected counterfeit vaccine are seized by police in China and South Africa.
The intelligence services have not publicly confirmed the move, which the AfD is fighting in court.
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