As Teresa Bellanova, Italy’s pro-mass migration Agriculture Minister, signed the bill which granted six-month residency permits to illegal migrants working in the agricultural and domestic sectors into law on Wednesday, she cried tears of joy, Il Giornale reports.
Bill de Blasio instructed people to inform the city of anyone or any establishment violating his shelter-in-place executive order.
This is #NYC tonight. Manhattan, not a right wing backwater. People are ready to start reopening and our businesses and workers need it. We need to see some urgency - not blue ribbon commissions, business czars, & bureaucracy - just reasonable guidelines that we can safely follow pic.twitter.com/ZLzuMmafFK
Ten different guns cases were on the agenda of the justices' private conference on Friday, where they meet to decide which cases they will hear in the upcoming term. It is possible the court could announce as soon as Monday that it will hear one or more of the cases.
The Australian newspaper reports the motion calls on W.H.O. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to “initiate at the earliest appropriate moment … a stepwise process of impartial, independent and comprehensive evaluation” of the international response to the pandemic, the actions of the W.H.O. and its “timeline” of the pandemic.
Scientists sent patterns of electricity coursing across people's brains, coaxing their brains to see letters that weren't there. The experiment worked in both sighted people and blind participants who had lost their sight in adulthood, according to the study, published today (May 14) in the journal Cell.
According to the Mail on Sunday, there is "compelling evidence" that the woman – who was in her 20s at the time of the Duke of York's visit – was groomed by Epstein as a teenager, sexually assaulted and forced into a fake lesbian marriage with one of his accomplices.
The newspaper also claims that the abuse she suffered was so "perverted" that lawyers deemed it too graphic to be included in official public legal documents.
Archbishop Wojciech Polak called on the Church hierarchy to "launch proceedings" following the release of a documentary on the subject on Saturday. The film tells the story of two brothers who seek to confront a priest who allegedly abused them as children. The Vatican is expected to assign an investigator to the case.