Iran denies involvement but justifies Salman Rushdie attack

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – An Iranian official denied on Monday that Tehran was involved in the stabbing of writer Salman Rushdie, though he sought to justify the attack in the Islamic Republic’s first public comments on the bloodshed . Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani’s remarks came three days after Rushdie was wounded … Read more

Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto declared election winner

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) – The chairman of Kenya’s election commission has declared Vice President William Ruto the winner of a close presidential election over five-time contender Raila Odinga, a victory for a man who appealed to Kenyans struggling on economic terms. had shaken politics and not traditional ethnic people. The Speaker said, Ruto got 50.49% … Read more

Julie’s Musical Memories – The Leader

1965 – Two female Beatle fans rent a helicopter to fly over the house The Beatles are renting in Beverly Hills, California, and the girls jump from the helicopter into the swimming pool. 1968 – Tammy Wynette records ‘Stand by Your Man’ at Epic Studios, following an idea from producer Billy Sherrill. Tammy and Billy … Read more

Cyclists 3,034 km from Ayrshire to Montesinos – The Leader

Cyclists Gordon Steed, Jim Sinan and Jim Rayndt cycled 3,034 km from Ayrshire to reach Los Montesinos. The Scottish trio, based in the city of Vega Baja, were presented with a plaque from 18 July to 12 August by Montesinos Sports Counselor Anna Bellen to commemorate their successful challenge after 26 days of hard work. … Read more

Sweden to Barcelona by BMX – The Leader

Stockholm-based Emil Filmby talks to Andrew Atkinson in part 2 of an interview, filming his cycling tour on BMX from Sweden to Barcelona, ​​not coming in the middle of his film on Torrevieja, to be released this summer . After a very pleasant but windy cycle in Sweden, I stopped in a beautiful meadow to … Read more

Major wildfire forces evacuation of 1,500 people

Madrid (AP): A major wildfire in northeastern Spain intensified and spiraled out of control on Sunday, forcing the evacuation of eight villages and 1,500 people in Zaragoza province, firefighters said. Javier Lambon, the head of the local Aragon government, said on Sunday that the situation in the city of Anon de Moncayo was critical and … Read more

Salman Rushdie ‘on the road to recovery’ – agent

Mayville (AP): Salman Rushdie is “on the road to recovery”, his agent confirmed on Sunday, two days after the author of The Satanic Verses Seriously injured after being stabbed at a lecture in upstate New York. The news came after the announcement that the acclaimed author had been taken off the ventilator on Saturday and … Read more

River torrent kills seven in China amid widespread heavy rains

BEIJING (AP) – Seven people were killed by a torrent of water flowing into a river in a popular recreation spot following mountain rains in southwestern China, officials said on Sunday. The emergency management bureau in Pangzhou city said activists and volunteers urged people to leave the area after receiving warnings of imminent heavy rain … Read more

Mexico president to bypass congress to keep army in streets

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s president has begun exploring a plan to bypass Congress to hand over formal control of the National Guard to the military, a move that would dent the military’s control over policing in a country with high levels of violence. can increase. It has raised concerns as President Andres Manuel López … Read more

GoDaddy Review 2022

Streamlined website-building solution from an industry leader GoDaddy Website Builder provides intuitive site-building solutions. Its section-based editor lacks true drag-and-drop functionality, and has limited design flexibility. But it’s easy to use, has a well-organized management panel, and boasts a variety of marketing and e-commerce tools. Overall, it is a good option for beginners who want … Read more