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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was swarmed by protestors Monday during an election campaign stop in London, Ontario. He said he “might have” been hit by gravel as dozens swarmed to vent their frustrations.As Trudeau left the event, some of the protestors cursed the prime minister supposedly for his government’s COVID health measures and vaccination requirements.A royal #ldnont send-off for @JustinTrudeau. People aren’t happy about his plan to divide the populace into segregated zones. #NoVaccinePassportsAnywhere @canmericanized pic.twitter.com/TfVcM91HOd— Herbert Hildebrandt (@herberandt) September 6, 2021
“F*ck you!” shouted a woman angrily at least five times.Others appeared to throw gravel and debris at Trudeau, forcing his RCMP detail …
The cryptocurrency market posted staggering losses Tuesday as a wave of selling pummeled the prices of nearly every single coin—unraveling the gains priced in by a retail trading mania ahead of El Salvador’s first day accepting bitcoin as legal tender.
The value of the world’s cryptocurrencies plunged to a low of about $1.9 trillion by 11:15 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, nearly 15% less than 24 hours prior and reflecting a loss of more than $410 billion, according to crypto-data website CoinMarketCap.
Heading up market value losses, the price of bitcoin dipped 10% to $44,672—the lowest price in nearly three weeks.
Meanwhile, ether, binance coin and Cardano’s ada plunged between 13% and 18% apiece, while Solana was the only token posting an increase in value, climbing 8% after a stunning run-up of nearly 36% over the past week.
FIRST ON FOX: The top Republican on the House Oversight Committee has put Hunter Biden’s artwork in his sights as the president’s son looks to make millions of dollars in the art world.Fox News has obtained a letter sent by Rep. James Comer, R‑Ky., the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, to the younger Biden’s high-flying New York City art dealer, Georges Berges, who previously said he wants to be the art world’s “lead guy in China.“HUNTER BIDEN SNAPS AT CRITICS OF ART DEALINGS: ‘F— EM’“As you are undoubtedly aware, the president’s son selling artwork has generated numerous questions surrounding the ethics and propriety of such actions,” Comer wrote in the letter.Comer wrote that the White House’s …
American News Sep 7, 2021 12:38 PM EST “Portland boycotting Texas is a complete joke,” Lt. Governor of Texas Dan Patrick said on Monday.
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Lt. Governor of Texas Dan Patrick ® slammed the City of Portland on Monday in response to the city’s boycott of buying goods and services from Texas over after it’s pro-life law went into effect last week.“Portland boycotting Texas is a complete joke,” Patrick said on Twitter Monday. “A city led by depraved officials allows lawlessness, putting their citizens in grave danger. A boycott will hurt them, not us. Texas’ economy is stronger …
Biden administration Secretary of State Antony Blinken responded to claims that dozens of Americans and perhaps hundreds of Afghan allies are being held by the Taliban at Mazar-i-Sharif Airport (MAZ), unable to board privately chartered planes out of the country, telling a press conference in Doha, Qatar that he is “not aware” of any “hostage-like situation,” only a “relatively small number of Americans” who should be allowed to leave Afghanistan.“We are not aware of anyone being held on an aircraft or any hostage-like situation in Mazar-i-Sharif,” Blinken said when asked about the six planes on the ground at MAZ, reportedly unable to leave.At the time Blinken was touring a facility in Doha that is housing hundreds of Afghan refugees en route to other …
A New Jersey student has said he is barred from taking classes at Rutgers University because he has not been vaccinated — even though he is only studying virtually from home.
Logan Hollar, 22, told NJ.com that he largely ignored the school’s COVID mandate “because all my classes were remote” from his Sandyston home, some 70 miles from Rutgers’ campus in New Brunswick.
But he was locked out of his Rutgers email and related accounts when he went to pay his tuition at the end of last month — and was told that he needed to be vaccinated even though he has no plans to attend in person.
Hollar has now been forced to miss classes that started Sept. 1 — and has been warned it could be weeks …
On Saturday, for the fourth time in a week, migrants attempted to leave the southern Mexican border state of Chiapas as a caravan. The group, estimated to be 400 to 500 strong, was bound for the United States. Mexican Immigration and National Guard troops broke up the three previous groups and were successful with the fourth iteration by early Sunday morning.
Portal Fronterizo, a local media outlet in Tapachula, Chiapas, reported the fourth caravan attempt of the past week.
The migrants, many of whom have been in Mexico for months, are required to remain in Tapachula while their refugee claims are adjudicated by Mexico’s Commission on Refugees (COMAR). Once COMAR adjudicates the petition, only then will the National Institute of Migration (INM) issue travel documents allowing …
The Taliban announced the first members of a caretaker Afghan government on Tuesday, naming Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund as acting prime minister and Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar as acting deputy prime minister.Why it matters: Many have been waiting to learn the makeup and policies of the new Islamist government before deciding whether to recognize the Taliban as the legitimate rulers of Afghanistan.“The Taliban seeks international legitimacy and support. Our message is: any legitimacy and any support will have to be earned,” Secretary of State Tony Blinken said in an address last week, as he urged the group to uphold its commitments on human rights and counterterrorism.The U.S., other countries and international organizations plan to continue sending humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, but …
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FLORENCE — Even amid less active coronavirus cases in Italy, the government has mandated vaccine passports, or “green passes,” for all domestic flights and trains, as well as universities.
As of last Wednesday, green passes are now “obligatory for anyone travelling on high-speed trains, planes, ferries and inter-regional coaches,” according to Reuters. The government also announced the proof-of-vaccination card will be required for university staff and students.
Since August 6, the pass has been mandated for individuals to go to theaters, gyms, and museums, and to sit indoors at restaurants. Healthcare workers are required to receive both doses of the vaccine in order to work. Italy also passed a parliamentary amendment last Thursday extending the validity of green passes from nine months to 12 months, after which pass …