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Ben Raymond is accused of being a member of the neo-Nazi terrorist group after it was banned in 2016
Farmers may be forced to cull animals and dispose of carcasses because of supply chain backlog
Aukus row: EU officials demand apology from Australia over France’s treatment before trade talks. Australian prime minister Scott Morrison says he has had ‘no opportunity’ for talks with French president Emmanuel Macron
New Zealand police arrest pair trying to enter Auckland with ‘large amount’ of KFCTwo men tried to reach city – where Covid restrictions banned takeaways – with $100,000, three buckets of chicken and an undisclosed quantity of fries, police saySee all our coronavirus coverage New Zealand police found three buckets of KFC chicken and an undisclosed quantity of fries when they arrested two men trying to cross into Auckland despite city's strict lockdown. Photograph: New Zealand Police
Rigsby, a former professional dancer, is one of the most popular instructors on the exercise platform
Lebanon’s new government won a vote of confidence on Monday for a policy programme that aims to remedy a devastating economic crisis, despite the parliamentary session being delayed when the lights went off due to power shortages. The programme drawn up by Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s government promises to revive talks with the International Monetary Fund and initiate reforms that donors want to see before they will unlock badly needed foreign assistance.When the session finally began, Parliam
Drone footage shot on September 19 shows mounted US border patrol officers in Del Rio, Texas, attempting to stop migrants crossing the Rio Grande and entering from Mexico.Auden Cabello, who shot this video, told Storyful the migrants had “crossed from Del Rio to Acuna to buy food” and the officers were preventing them “from entering back into US soil.” Storyful could not independently confirm the claim, however news outlets reported instances of migrants crossing back to Mexico “to stock up on essentials they say they are not receiving on the American side.”Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott released a statement on September 20 requesting the Biden Administration issue an emergency declaration for the Lone Star State due to “the escalating crisis at the Texas-Mexico border”.The mayor of Del Rio, Bruno Lazano, issued a local disaster declaration on September 17, while the Department of Homeland Security announced a strategy on September 18 that includes deploying 400 additional agents to Del Rio to “ensure that irregular migrants are swiftly taken into custody, processed, and removed from the United States consistent with our laws and policy.” Credit: Auden Cabello via Storyful
Johnson hails lifting of US travel ban but says trade deal progress unlikelyPM plays down prospects for a breakthrough as he prepares to head to the White House Boris Johnson during a bilateral meeting with Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro at the UK diplomatic residence in New York on Monday. Photograph: Michael M Santiago/PA
Some brought flowers and teddy bears.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Britain's Prince Andrew has been served with a sexual assault lawsuit in the United States by lawyers for a woman who says she was forced to have sex with him at the London home of a friend of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, court papers show. In a filing with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, lawyers for Virginia Giuffre said they sent the civil lawsuit to the prince's Los Angeles-based lawyer Andrew Brettler by email and FedEx, and both copies had been received by Monday morning. Under federal rules, the Duke of York has 21 days to respond or could face a default judgment.
Competition returns on 20 September in the US
A US doctor who said he performed an abortion in defiance of a new Texas law is being sued by two people seeking to test the legality of the state's near-total ban on the procedure. Former lawyers in Arkansas and Illinois have filed lawsuits against Dr Alan Braid, who in a weekend Washington Post opinion column, became the first Texas abortion provider to publicly reveal he violated the law that took effect on 1 September. Prosecutors cannot take criminal action against Dr Braid, because the law explicitly forbids that.
Boris Johnson has chastised world leaders for nodding along with the need for climate change action without pledging more money, telling them: “History will judge."
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The lawyer for U.S. journalist Danny Fenster, jailed in Myanmar for almost four months, says his client appeared disheartened during a court hearing Monday
Hawking: Can You Hear Me? review – a startling, harrowing look at Stephen’s secret life. This intimate portrait of genius physicist Stephen Hawking shows the true toll of his physical decline on his family, via revealing interviews with his first wife and children
Cpl. Walter Smead was finally laid to rest near his rural upstate New York hometown
The prime minister is swanking about New York trying to save the world from the horrors of climate change, at the same time as promising to keep the price of fossil fuels down