Crowds cheered as the 21-foot statue of the Confederate general was lifted off its pedestal in the state's capital. It was the last of six Confederate monuments to be removed from the city's main boulevard.
A Japanese court has summoned North Korea’s leader to face demands for compensation by several ethnic Korean residents of Japan who say they suffered human rights abuses in North Korea after joining a resettlement program there that described the country as a 'paradise on Earth,' a lawyer and plaintiff said Tuesday.
Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey on Saturday toured Elizabeth, N.J., where four people died when floodwater from the remnants of Hurricane Ida trapped them in an apartment complex. At least 25 people in the state were killed as a result of the storm.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand said a man who wounded seven people in a West Auckland supermarket had been under government surveillance for months before the attack, and that officials had tried 'every legal avenue' to protect people from him.
The European Union reached a settlement with the company over delays in the delivery of hundreds of millions of Covid-19 vaccine doses. The agreement requires AstraZeneca to deliver a total of 300 million doses by the end of March 2022.
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