washington: “Shooting” at US Army base was an “exercise”, no casualties: official

washington: “Shooting” at US Army base was an “exercise”, no casualties: official

WASHINGTON: One reported shooting at United States Armyis very safe Ft. Meade bass north of Washington Thursday was just an exercise, with no injuries originally reported, a base official said. Andrew Arconti, head of plans and operations at the base, told AFP that the apparent incident was a planned exercise for such emergencies, after another … Read more

British PM voices travel concerns with Aus PM

Washington [US], September 23 (ANI): British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made an intervention to ensure the upcoming Ashes streak against Australia continues as planned this year. Johnson raised the issue of a travel ban on families of England’s cricketers with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Both Prime Ministers of their respective countries met for … Read more

Senators: Bipartisan police renovation talks end without agreement

WASHINGTON (AP) – Bipartisan congressional talks on reviewing police procedures have ended without agreement, said top negotiators from both parties, marking the collapse of an operation that began after the killing of unarmed black people by officers sparked protests across the United States “It was clear we were not making the progress we needed to … Read more

biden: After closing repair of Biden-Macron, French envoy to return to the United States

biden: After closing repair of Biden-Macron, French envoy to return to the United States

PARIS: US and French presidents moved to repair ties on Wednesday France agrees to send his ambassador back to Washington and that White House says it had made a mistake in concluding an agreement for Australia to buy the United States instead of French submarines without consulting Paris. In a joint statement issued after the … Read more

Justin Fields: Chicago Bears rookie quarterback to start against Cleveland Browns | NFL News

Bears coach Matt Nagy said Wednesday that Andy Dalton will return as the starter when he is healthy; Fields completed 6 of 13 pass attempts on 60 yards and a bout against the Bengals in Week Two. He also rushed 31 yards on 10 carries Last updated: 22/09/21 19:49 Justin Fields starts for the Bears … Read more

Shares will break out of trouble and hit new record highs: Tony Dwyer

A significant buying opportunity can take place on Wall Street. Canaccord Genuity’s Tony Dwyer believes that a record rally will follow the latest tumult in the market. “We will move from this summer with indigestion into the end of the year, says the company’s marketing strategist to CNBC’sTrading Nation“on Tuesday.” We’re just not really there … Read more

Biden seeks phone call with Macron amid submarine deal crackdown

WASHINGTON, September 20 (Xinhua) — US President Joe Biden wants to hold a phone call with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, to ease tensions caused by a controversial submarine deal, US officials said on Monday. A diplomatic rift arose between Washington and Paris after the United States and Britain announced that they would support Australia … Read more

Live breaking news: Victoria construction ban after protest, NSW case numbers

Victoria’s coronavirus cases are continuing to surge, with the state hitting another record in its fight against Covid. Welcome to our live coverage of the Covid situation in Australia. The nation continues to take up vaccines at a record rate as cases drop in NSW but rise in Victoria. NSW recorded 935 cases yesterday, its … Read more

The United States is extending travel restrictions at the borders between Canada and Mexico

The United States is extending travel restrictions at the borders between Canada and Mexico

WASHINGTON: United States on Monday said it will extend restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico which prevents non-essential travel such as tourism by foreigners despite Ottawa’s decision to open the border to vaccinated Americans. On August 9, Canada began allowing fully vaccinated U.S. visitors for non-essential travel. The United States has continued … Read more

Scott Morrison denies Biden’s contempt for Covid-19 vaccines

Ahead of major talks in Washington this week, Scott Morrison denied that US President Joe Biden neglected Australia on one occasion. Scott Morrison denied that the United States treated him with disdain after it failed to help a government plan to increase vaccine supplies by receiving doses from other countries. Speaking to Sky News ahead … Read more