Toronto police arrest again in carjacking

Another teen has been charged after an armed carjacking in Toronto last week as the city faces a growing number of carjackings. On May 11, police responded to a car theft in the Millwick Drive and Islington Avenue area. Police said a man was standing in a parking lot outside his Jeep Wrangler when three … Read more

LIVE: Yellen speaks before G7 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting – 5/18/22 – CNBC Television

LIVE: Yellen speaks ahead of G7 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting – 18/5/22CNBC Television

Coronavirus news and updates for Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world Wednesday. This file is updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories when available. Wednesday 5:52 am: North Korea added hundreds of thousands of infections to its growing pandemic caseload on Wednesday, but also said a million people have already recovered from suspected COVID-19 … Read more

Police investigate discovery of human remains in river west of Niagara

Provincial police are investigating the discovery of human remains in an Ontario river in Haldimand County, west of the Niagara region. Ontario Provincial Police were called to an address in Dunnville after human remains were found in the waters of the Grand River around 1:20 p.m. Tuesday, police said in a press release. There is … Read more

Biden administration makes eight more free COVID tests available to US households – CBS Tampa

WASHINGTON, DC (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — The Biden administration is reopening CovidTest.gov to a third round of US household orders and reiterating its call for Congress to take action on additional funding for Covid response. U.S. households can now order “eight additional free home tests on COVIDTests.gov — bringing the total number … Read more

North Korea reports another jump in suspected cases of COVID-19

North Korea reported 232,880 new cases of fever and six more deaths on Wednesday, as leader Kim Jong Un accused officials of “immaturity” and “laxity” in their early treatment of the COVID-19 outbreak plaguing the unvaccinated country. The country’s antivirus headquarters said 62 people have died and more than 1.7 million have fallen ill amid … Read more

The secrets of Corona don’t stop.. Questions without answers so far

Although more than two years have passed since the emergence of Corona and the achievements that scientists have made in producing vaccines and providing treatments, the emerging virus holds many secrets and mysteries, which until now raise questions without answers. The first questions are about how the virus has developed. When the delta variant appeared, … Read more

2nd Covid booster for the most vulnerable offers benefits: WHO

GENVA: An expert group convened by the World Health Organization says there may be some benefit to giving a second booster dose of coronavirus vaccine to the most vulnerable amid the ongoing global spread of omicron and its subvariants. In a statement released Tuesday, the United Nations health agency said there is “a growing body … Read more

Remains of missing Toronto man found in Uxbridge, Ont. pond: police

The identities of human remains found in Uxbridge last week have been confirmed as those of a Toronto man who was reported missing last summer. On May 10, at approximately 2:40 p.m., DRPS officers were called to the area of ​​6 Uxbridge Concession Road and Allbright Road after human remains were found in a bag … Read more

Tampa Bay Animal Shelters Reach Capacity Due to Housing Crisis – CBS Tampa

“You know, we’re one of the largest rescue centers in the area and last year we rescued over 13,000 dogs and cats, so it’s a big place,” said Sherry Silk, CEO of the humane Society from Tampa Bay. “And we’ve been in this new shelter for almost two years now and thank God we have … Read more