"I would like to apologize on behalf of the German government," the co-vice-chair of the ruling Christian Democrats (CDU) added. French President Emmanuel Macron has called for an overhaul of the EU in response to Brexit, including taking steps to implement deeper integration in financial and defense matters, and has urged Germany to move the reforms ahead alongside him. … [Read more...] about Tipped Merkel successor criticizes Germany’s EU reforms delay
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Smith is disappointed the international community is not paying attention to the crisis unfolding in Africa. "They (Africans) are not part of the thinking of the security community that is gathered here," Smith adds. "That doesn't mean that this community's concerns are irrelevant, but they're not focused on the Sahel; they are not focused on the Horn of Africa." … [Read more...] about Munich Security Conference: African leaders absent from Sahel talks
After almost four months at the unit, Connor seemed calmer and was looking forward to returning home for good (a meeting had been planned to discuss this). Richard asked to visit him on the evening of 3 July 2013 (Connor had to consent, because he was 18). “He was very excited, gabbling, so I said, ‘Should I come round and see you?’ And he was like, ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.’” But when Connor handed the phone back to the nurse, she said no, Connor didn’t want him to come. He is still exasperated talking about it today. “I said, ‘I can hear him saying yes, I’m coming round’ and thankfully I did. Because that was the last time I saw him.” … [Read more...] about ‘We never thought he wouldn’t come home’: why did our son, Connor Sparrowhawk, die?
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'My health is fine. And my two-week quarantine is almost over. Why would I want to be put on a bus and a plane with other people they think may be infected when I have spent nearly two weeks isolated from those people?' tweeted Matt Smith, an American lawyer on the ship with his wife. … [Read more...] about Fourteen US cruise passengers among 340 flying back from Japan are placed in ISOLATION chambers on plane after it emerged they had tested positive for coronavirus days earlier – as 747s touch down in California and Texas