What we know about the shooting of a former Marine that left four people dead in Florida. The preliminary hearings for the trial of those accused of the 9/11 attacks resume. The United States helped four citizens leave Afghanistan by land. French cinema icon Jean-Paul Belmondo has died. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.
Surprised, frustrated, disappointed: doctors face new record for hospitalizations
With the most contagious variant of the new coronavirus spreading across the United States this summer, health workers and officials are facing a crisis that was experienced last year, when hospitals struggled to manage. the influx of patients.
What we know about the shooting of a former Marine that left 4 dead
Four people, including a baby, were killed Sunday in a shooting by a former Marine. The suspect, identified as Brian Riley, admitted that he had shot multiple subjects, said God told him to do so and that he was a “sick guy,” according to an affidavit. Authorities claimed that there did not appear to be any connection between the suspect and the victims.
Hearings of defendants for 9/11 attacks resume
Pre-trial hearings in the case of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, accused of being the main conspirator behind the September 11 attacks, and four other detainees in Guantanamo Bay for the terrorist attacks will resume on Tuesday. If convicted, all five could face the death penalty.
US helped four Americans leave Afghanistan by land
The United States facilitated the departure of four US citizens from Afghanistan via a land route to a third country, a senior State Department official said Monday. They are the first Americans they have supported in this way since the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
Belarusian opposition sentenced to 11 years in prison
A Belarusian court on Monday sentenced Maria Kolesnikova, a leading opposition figure who led mass protests in the streets against President Alexander Lukashenko, to 11 years in prison. Kolesnikova and another opposition activist, Maxim Znak, were charged with extremism and with conspiring to “unconstitutionally seize state power”.
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French film icon Jean-Paul Belmondo dies
French screen icon Jean-Paul Belmondo, who played the fugitive Michel in Jean-Luc Godard’s 1960 classic “Breathless”, has died at the age of 88, his lawyer Michel Godest reported Monday. Review his life in pictures here.
“The Wire” Actor Michael K. Williams Found Dead in His Apartment
Actor Michael K. Williams, best known for his role as Omar Little on HBO’s “The Wire,” was found dead in his New York City apartment, an agent told CNN. He was 54 years old.
18-year-old tennis player makes US Open history
The Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz managed, after his surprising victory over the world number 3, Stefanos Tsitsipas, a comeback against Peter Gojowczyk to reach the quarterfinals of the US Open and became the youngest player in the Open era to reach that stage.
They find a three-year-old boy who disappeared days ago in the Australian forest
Anthony “AJ” Elfalak, a three-year-old autistic boy who disappeared in a forest in Australia, was found after an intense search involving hundreds of people. Paramedics said he was in “exceptional” condition when they found him.
Camilo is the first singer to interpret the seasonal theme of LaLiga
Quote of the day
“Fortunately, I am used to celebrating great victories alongside you. I am going to face this match with a smile on my face, a lot of optimism and joy for living surrounded by the love of my family and my friends.”
The number of the day
US $ 400,000 million
They reveal plans for the construction of “Telosa”, a city in the United States desert that would bring together the cleanliness of Tokyo, the diversity of New York and the social services of Stockholm. It would cost $ 400,000.
Selection of the day
Are you traveling again? Time to update your suitcase and these accessories
Check this list with accessories such as padlocks with fingerprint reader, bags to carry your passport and vaccination vouchers, which will save you time.
And to finish…
A whale takes a fisherman for a walk in Argentina
Andrés Bottini, who was fishing in a kayak in the town of Necochea, in Argentina, got a big surprise when three whales approached him. However, the most curious thing happened when one of them got under his boat and took him for a walk. Look at the amazing pictures.