A 13-year-old boy was shot dead by police as he perched on his apartment balcony during a coronavirus-related curfew.
Yassin Hussein Moyo was with his mum and siblings curiously watching officers patrol the streets when a bullet struck him in the stomach in Nairobi, Kenya.
Satellite photographs show a leisure boat, known to be used by Mr Kim, with a 60-foot platform containing a swimming pool, which had been removed from its covered mooring spot this month.
According to analysis by the website NK Pro, it was visible a few days after Mr Kim’s last public appearance. In the past its presence has usually coincided with his presence at the villa. Other boats known to be used by Mr Kim are to be seen in the photographs off Tae, a small island off the coast also frequented by the Kim entourage.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe summed up the dilemma as he unveiled his own plans on Tuesday, telling parliament: ‘I have to choose between bad options.
‘We must protect the French people without paralysing France to the point that it collapses. A little too much carefreeness and the epidemic takes off again. Too much prudence and the whole country buckles.’
The latest figures bring the total death toll in the country to 173, while 1,292 people have recovered, out of a total of 8,724 confirmed cases.
They come as anger begins to boil over at containment measures in the Balkan country, with a second night of noisy protests reverberating through Belgrade and other cities as Serbians bang pots and pans, beat drums and blow whistles and horns from their homes while stuck under curfew, Reuters reports.
The president’s back down came after one of his top public health officials earlier Tuesday dismissed some experts’ talk of getting to 5m tests per day.
“There is absolutely no way on Earth, on this planet or any other planet, that we can do 20 million tests a day, or even five million tests a day,” Admiral Brett Giroir, assistant secretary of health, told TIME magazine in an interview Tuesday morning.