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An alleged witness of Capitol Hill shooting speaks out, claiming his hand was slain

US News Today: An alleged witness of the Capitol Hill shooting speaks out

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US News Today: On Wednesday, a man who is allegedly a witness to the shooting on Capitol Hill spoke of transparency.
Amid the chaos in the US capitol, a Trump supporter was shot. Fox News later found out from the police that she had died of an injury.
I was the same with her. He was either me or her and they shot her, explained Daily Caller journalist Philip Nieto.

US News Today: An alleged witness of the Capitol Hill shooting speaks out
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When the bystanders were asked what had happened, the man told that a dispute started at one of the doors of the chamber. Where there is a smashed window and they shoot her in the neck.
The police or the service or whatever, they shot her in the neck with a gun, she fell back into my hand and then fell to the floor. The man continued. I do not know if she is dead.

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The photos show the woman, a Trump supporter, falling to the ground and getting hung up after being shot in the chest. The woman was taken away from the Capitol before 3 pm. But it is not yet known who killed her.
The victim was later identified as 14-year-old Ashli ​​Babbit who had made four tours with the Air Force.

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Alarm rises in India over COVID-19 risks

Alarm rises in India over COVID-19 risks

With just overcoming the second destructive wave of coronavirus infection, India has received a renewed warning Tuesday as crowds at train stations and shopping malls reduce congestion after a day behind major cities.

The capital New Delhi, in the north, and the technical hub of southern Bangalore, were among the cities that have begun to impose strict restrictions, as the number of new diseases across the country has plummeted in less than two months.

After a strict five-week closure, Delhi authorities have completely reopened shops and supermarkets, allowing restaurants to have 50% seats. Urban railway networks can operate at 50% capacity and offices are partially open.

“Delhi’s top reporter saw 19,000 people crash last weekend – they just opened up. Are we completely crazy?” Ambrish Mithal, a doctor at Max HealthCare Hospital in New Delhi, said this on Twitter. “Wait # COVID19- explode and blame the government, the hospitals, the country.”

Epidemiologists have warned that a war of attrition as a whole will jeopardize vaccination efforts, as only 5% of the 950 million eligible adults have been vaccinated.

Doctors say the full opening of Delhi is worrying. City officials said they would impose stricter limits if necessary.

Thousands died in the capital in May as oxygen cuts were cut with families on social media to find unusual hospital beds. Many died in the parking lots and the dead left the area.

However, the city government said immunization centers for people between the ages of 18 and 44 would begin to close on Tuesday, as capacity was low.

India recorded an average of 2.4 million shots a day. Health officials say the vaccine should be at least four times higher to prevent a third wave of disease.

At the height of the second wave in April and May, 170,000 people died.

Delta diversity, first identified in India, has accelerated disease outbreaks. And worrying that the virus has spread to mainland India where two-thirds of the population lives with the vaccine has slowed down.

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Looking forward to working with PM Modi: Naftali Bennett

Looking forward to working with PM Modi: Naftali Bennett
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New Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday he was looking forward to working with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to promote a “unique and warm relationship” between the two republics.

Bennett, the 49-year-old leader of the right-wing party Yamina, on Sunday became the new prime minister to end 12-year-old Benjamin Netanyahu’s reign, he said in response to a congratulatory tweet from Prime Minister Modi.

Earlier, Prime Minister East London congratulated Naftali Bennett on his inauguration as Israel’s new Prime Minister and said he was looking forward to meeting with him and strengthening strategic relations between the two countries as they celebrate 30 years of renewing international relations next year.

“Thank you Prime Minister @narendramodi, I look forward to working with you to develop a unique and warm relationship between our republics,” Bennett was quoted as saying.
Bennett was sworn in on Sunday after the Knesset (Parliament) elected him as Israel’s thirteenth prime minister.

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Jair Lapid also said the new Israeli government would work to “improve strategic relations” with India.

“I look forward to working together to improve relations between our countries and look forward to the immediate adoption of Israel,” Lapid wrote on Monday in response to a congratulatory message from Foreign Minister Ja Jaishankar.

Jaishankar at the beginning of the tweet congratulated his new Israeli counterpart.

“Congratulations to APM & FM @yairlapid of Israel on his appointment. I look forward to working together for further international cooperation,” Jaishankar wrote.

Lapid, who is the leader of the party Jesh Atid, will take over as Prime Minister in September 2023 under a power-sharing agreement with Bennett, who will serve two years until the end of his term.

In his tweets, Modi also expressed “great gratitude” to Netanyahu, his long term as Israeli Prime Minister which ended on Sunday.

Monti thanked Netanyahu for his “attention” to strategic cooperation in India-Israel.

“As you complete your successful term as Prime Minister of the State of Israel, I extend my deepest gratitude for your leadership and your attention to the India-Israel partnership @ Netanyahu,” Modi said.

Netanyahu responded to Modi’s tweet, thanking him for the strong ties between India and Israel and their friendship.

“Thank you, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for your great friendship and strong relationship that we have forged between Israel and India,” Netanyahu said on Twitter.

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Govt allows Remdesivir exports under licence

“The export of injection Remdesivir and its API… have been put under Restricted category with immediate effect.

Govt allows Remdesivir exports under licence

The government on Monday reduced restrictions on exports of the injected remdesivir and its active ingredient. Their export, which was banned two months ago, is now banned and will require a license.

“Remdesivir injection delivery and its API… are immediately restricted.

Submission of a product of Remdesivir Injection / API against prior approval will not require a separate license/permit “, the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) said in a statement.

Under prior approval, the importation of tax-free goods is charged by certain export duties.

In April, the government banned the export of antiretroviral drugs during the Covid-19 cases in the country.

India has stopped taxing its drug and API until 31 October and is also free from the import of β-cyclodextrin used to make remdesivir.

Remde sivir activity was 10% previously, but the total value of the import levy was about 16.5% after the integration of GST with 1% in social security.

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G7 leaders commit to increasing climate finance contributions

G7 leaders are also expected to set out action to cut carbon emissions, including measures such as ending almost all direct government support for the fossil fuel energy sector overseas and phasing out petrol and diesel cars

G7 leaders commit to increasing climate finance contributions
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G7 leaders commit to increasing climate finance contributions

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Chancellor Angela Merkel Ramafosa, and South Korean President Moon Jae-at the G7 summit held in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, Britain on June 12, 2021.

G7 leaders promised on Sunday that they would increase their investment in climate change to meet the remaining $ 100 million a year to help poorer nations reduce carbon emissions and cope with global warming.

As part of a strategy to accelerate infrastructure funding in developing countries and to switch to renewable and sustainable technology, the world’s seven leading economies will once again commit themselves to achieve that goal.

Some green parties have not been impressed, Greenpeace UK says G7 boss, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, “simply revived old promises” and will not take “anything” if nations do not get the money.

“Protecting our planet is the most important thing we can do as leaders of our people,” Johnson said in a statement.

“As a democracy, we have a responsibility to help developing countries achieve the benefits of clean development through a just and transparent system. The G7 has an unprecedented opportunity to lead the transformation of the world’s green, industrialized nations.”

He did not provide details or numbers for the new commitment.

Developed countries agreed in the United Nations in 2009 to jointly contribute $ 100 billion a year by 2020 to support climate change in poor countries, many of which face rising sea levels, hurricanes, and droughts exacerbated by climate change.

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