Donald Trump has pulled the plug

Donald Trump has pulled the plug on holding part of the 2020 Republican National Convention in Jacksonville, saying a spike in coronavirus cases in Florida means “the timing for this event is not right.”

The president said GOP delegates will gather in Charlotte, and that he will still give a speech accepting the Republican nomination. That address, he said vaguely, will be given “in a different forum.”

The woman and her five-year-old grandson, identified as Morn Kakakda, struck a wasps’ nest and were immediately attacked, according to police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Chuon Samang.

The 62-year-old woman remains in hospital after sustaining serious injuries.

An example of the assessment online uses the words “face, velvet, church, daisy, red”. It also shows drawings of three animals, asking the test subject to name them, and other tasks such as drawing a clock face showing a specific time.

“They said nobody gets it in order, it’s actually not that easy. But for me it was easy. And that’s not an easy question,” he said.

He said: ‘Presenting the case means that we look if there are any similarities between the cases. So we look for clues that connect them.’

Asked what this might entail he said that it included the fact that they would attempt to put together Brueckner’s movements and see whether he could be identified as having been in the Netherlands at the time the youngster disappeared.

Melendez, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning technician from Astoria, said he was not going to bars. “I have drinks at my house, it’s safer. I don’t think people know what the word pandemic means.”

New York’s mayor, Bill de Blasio, has branded the situation in Astoria “unacceptable”.