All nine of those killed in a far-right terror attack on two shisha bars in Germany had migrant backgrounds, authorities say, while a number of foreigners are also believed to be among the six wounded.
A 35-year-old pregnant mother-of-two was among those shot dead in the town of Hanau on Wednesday night, German newspaper Bild reported, while Turks Gokhan Gultekin and a 22-year-old Ferhat Ünvar – both employees at one of the shisha bars – were also named among the dead.
In Iran, a fifth death was confirmed on Saturday, prompting Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the head of the World Health Organization, to say he was especially concerned about the country. So far, 28 cases have been identified across four cities, but experts have speculated that many more infections are likely to remain undetected, and it is believed cases that have since appeared in Canada and Lebanon are linked to Iran. Infections in the country are believed to have begun in the city of Qom, but it is unclear how.
There is also uncertainty in Singapore, where eight out of 85 infections appear to have no links to previous cases, and in South Korea, where links to a controversial church are being investigated.
As the US prepares for an election at which the future of medical care is at stake, Mr Potter is sounding the alarm for the “mother of all propaganda campaigns” while Medicare for All is attacked from all sides.
His exodus from his 20-year career with health insurance giants Cigna and Humana has manifested into his ongoing whistle-blowing effort to expose the industry’s political and media manipulations to combat a plan that could make the multi-billion dollar business obsolete.
The books include the original script and the South Korean director’s hand-drawn movie storyboards.
In Parasite, the hard-up Kim clan escape their squalid tenement to work for the Park family, moving into their mansion before the violence explodes.
He is tipped to win in Nevada today. The state offers struggling contenders a brief opportunity for a campaign reboot because its majority non-white population more closely resembles America’s demographic make-up than do Iowa and New Hampshire.
The Real Clear Politics average of polls taken in the past ten days shows Mr Sanders with a commanding 14-point lead in the state, on 30 per cent. Mr Biden is on 16 per cent and Mr Buttigieg and Mrs Warren are both on 14 per cent. Mr Bloomberg will contest his first states on Super Tuesday.