A sexual assault suspect wanted by Fullerton police was in custody Monday after he was sacked on by Los Angeles police officers outside Paramount Studios in Hollywood before barricading himself inside a building on the lot for about 90 minutes, during which he stabbed himself, authorities said.
Thai police also said they ordered an investigation of four news outlets and imposed curbs on messaging app Telegram under emergency measures imposed on Thursday to try to stop protests. As of Monday, none of the outlets had been blocked. At least one local cable TV provider, however, has been censoring worldwide news broadcasts during their segments on the Thai protests.
Speaking with reporters during a briefing later in the day, Associate Medical Officer of Health Dr. Barbara Yaffe said that those new restrictions may be having some impact, as officials are now seeing outbreaks "more frequently in the adjacent areas".
But there is a bigger bomb if you fire him. Trump's remarks came a week after Fauci expressed displeasure at the use of a clip of him in a Trump campaign video about the coronavirus . Addressing stories about declining morale at his campaign, Trump said he's never been more confident in his chances, "Today is the best single day that I've felt on either campaign".
Martial, a 16-year-old pupil, said Paty had loved his job: "He really wanted to teach us things". The presidential Elysee Palace said there will be a national ceremony set at a future date to pay homage to Paty. The aggrieved father had named Paty and given the school's address in a social media post just days before the beheading which President Emmanuel Macron has labelled an Islamist terror attack.
The expansion makes 2020 the highest year on record for settlement construction since anti-settlement watchdog Peace Now began recording it in 2012. Since Trump took office in December 2016, Israel has stepped up its illegal settlement construction activities in defiance of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, which pronounced settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem al-Quds "a flagrant violation under worldwide law".