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Federal prosecutors could intervene if stay-at-home orders go too far, attorney general says

CLOSE Attorney General William Barr has ordered the release of vulnerable inmates from three federal prisons. Buzz60WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr said the Justice Department will intervene if stay-at-home orders in response to the coronavirus pandemic become too restrictive, directing federal prosecutors “to be on the lookout” for state and local directives that could be…

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Attorney General William Barr has ordered the release of vulnerable inmates from three federal prisons.

Buzz60WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr said the Justice Department will intervene if stay-at-home orders in response to the coronavirus pandemic become too restrictive, directing federal prosecutors “to be on the lookout” for state and local directives that could be violating constitutional rights. “These kinds of restrictions have been necessary in order to stop the spread of a deadly disease — but there is no denying that they have imposed tremendous burdens on the daily lives of all Americans,” Barr said in a memo issued Monday. “If a state or local ordinance crosses the line from an appropriate exercise of authority to stop the spread of COVID-19 into an overbearing infringement of constitutional and statutory protections, the Department of Justice may have an obligation to address that overreach in federal court.”The memo comes as states begin to reopen their economies, despite warnings from health experts that easing restrictions could cause a resurgence of coronavirus outbreaks. In Georgia, where Gov. Brian Kemp has set in motion an aggressive plan to lift restrictions, businesses such as hair salons and gyms are allowed to reopen.Thousands have also protested stay-at-home orders in multiple states, including Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. President Donald Trump has endorsed the protests, calling on supporters to “liberate” states that have seen large gatherings of protesters. AG William Barr warns of federal action: Barr warns of Justice Department intervention if state lockdown orders go ‘too far’In his memo, Barr said restrictions on religious liberty, discriminating against “disfavored speech” and “undue interference” with the economy violate federal laws. CLOSE

A Harvard public health expert warns that easing stay-at-home restrictions to open economies back up could reignite the coronavirus outbreak because states do not have the infrastructure to track fresh infections or protect the most vulnerable. (April 27)

AP Domestic”We do not want to unduly interfere with the important efforts of state and local official to protect the public,” Barr said. “But the Constitution is not suspended in times of crisis.”Barr tapped Eric Dreiband, assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division, and Matthew Schneider, the U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Michigan, which covers Detroit. Governors under pressure: Anti-quarantine protests, Trump pressure put governors on political tightrope over coronavirusMichigan, which has been hard-hit by the pandemic — with about 38,000 COVID-19 cases and 3,400 deaths as of Monday — has imposed some of the most stringent restrictions. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ordered residents to stay inside except for essential purposes and nonessential businesses to not require employees to work. The Democratic governor has drawn criticism from the president, who encouraged protesters calling for reopening the state.Barr warned last week of Justice Department intervention, telling conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt that officials are reviewing stay-at-home restrictions.”And if we think one goes too far, we initially try to jawbone the governors into rolling them back or adjusting them. And if they’re not and people bring lawsuits, we file statement of interest and side with the plaintiffs,” Barr said. Contributing: Kevin JohnsonRead or Share this story: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/04/27/coronavirus-william-barr-orders-doj-action-on-covid-19-stay-at-home-orders/3035703001/Find New & Used CarsNew CarsUsed CarsofPowered by Cars.com
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Boston Celtics fight off elimination in Game 5 of Eastern Conference finals vs. Miami Heat

CLOSE What I’m Hearing: Jeff Zillgitt breaks down what both teams were saying following the Lakers Game 4 win over the Nuggets to take a 3-1 series lead and why this is familiar territory for Denver. USA TODAYLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Boston Celtics finally won a “home” game.And they needed it.Facing elimination, the…

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What I’m Hearing: Jeff Zillgitt breaks down what both teams were saying following the Lakers Game 4 win over the Nuggets to take a 3-1 series lead and why this is familiar territory for Denver.

USA TODAYLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Boston Celtics finally won a “home” game.And they needed it.Facing elimination, the Celtics defeated the Miami Heat 121-108 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals on Friday. The Heat own a 3-2 series lead, and Game 6 is Sunday (7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN).The Celtics outscored the Heat 70-50 in the second half and leaned on their young stars. Forward Jayson Tatum, 22, scored 17 of his game-high 31 points in the third quarter, and had 10 rebounds and six assists.Boston forward Jaylen Brown, 23, scored 18 of his 28 points in the second half.Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart speaks with forward Jayson Tatum during the second half of Game 5 against the Miami Heat. (Photo: Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports)”Our deal was to come out and play, come out and compete, give it our best shot,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. “I thought we played pretty well in the second half. But we’re going to have to do it again and again because of the position we’re in. “When we don’t get caught up in that other crap, we’re trying to be our best. We care about competing. We care about representing our team and our organization well. We care about each other. That’s why you compete.”Center Daniel Theis finally got the better of his counterpart, Miami’s Bam Adebayo, with 15 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks.“We need him to provide what he provides,” Stevens said. “He was great in the middle of the zone. He caught it twice and scored. He was great there on the glass on both ends. We need him to be good. We got a lot out of that center position tonight. That’s important.”Boston outscores Miami 70-50 in the 2nd half… 👀 the BEST 2nd half buckets from the @celtics in their Game 5 comeback W!Game 6: Sunday – 7:30pm/et, ESPN pic.twitter.com/JWRoIN4GAU— NBA (@NBA) September 26, 2020While all games are played at a neutral site here at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex, there is a designated home team based on seed, and the Celtics last won a “home” game on Aug. 19 in the first round of the playoffs.The home team gets the raucous introductions just before tip-off, and the Celtics get to hear the beginning of “Crazy Train” and “I’m Shipping Up to Boston” at the start of the game. But nothing can recreate 18,000 fans at TD Garden for a playoff game.“Obviously, as much as the NBA has tried to make the home stuff matter, it just doesn’t,” Stevens said earlier in the series. “It has no impact, unfortunately. I’m not sure that we’ve played in a home game where the home team has won in three weeks. At the end of the day, it’s just guys playing in between those lines and who executes better and who plays the whole 48 or 53 or 58 minutes, or however long it takes, better.”Basketball ‘just a glimpse’ of who he is: Celtics star Jaylen Brown shows maturity, leadership beyond his 23 years’Stats don’t mean anything’: All-Star Trae Young determined to make Atlanta Hawks a winnerThe Celtics meandered through the first half without much purpose, settling for 3-pointers and playing apathetic defense.They trailed 60-51 early in the third quarter. But then it began to click for Boston. It started forcing the action on both ends – driving to the bucket looking for the best shot and defending with urgency.The Celtics went on a 20-3 run and took a 71-63 lead with 5:39 left in the third. They shot 54.2% from the field and made 11 of 12 free throws.By the midway point of the fourth quarter, Boston owned a 107-91 advantage.Tatum scored 20-plus points in the second half for the second consecutive game, and his third-quarter performance helped Boston take control.”Just finding my rhythm,” Tatum said. “Playing within the system, playing within the game. Knowing I need to be aggressive, try not to force it, but know I got to get myself going and make plays, whether it be for myself or other guys. Just build off that.”Boston overcame a 12-point first-half deficit, its largest comeback when facing elimination in 25 years, according to ESPN Stats & Info. “Boston played great in that second half,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. “They deserved and earned what they got. We understand how tough it is to win in the playoffs. We did not compete hard enough defensively, and we paid the price for that. But you do have to credit Boston. They played with great force, particularly off the dribble.”Miami’s Goran Dragic scored a team-high 23 points, and Jimmy Butler had 17 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. The Heat shot just 19.4% on 3-pointers, and were outrebounded 50-38 as Boston dominated the paint.”They were playing harder than we were, which we all knew,” Butler said. “We’ve just got to correct that. That’s where it starts for us. Any time anybody is playing harder than we are, we are not playing our best basketball. I think a lot of it for us comes from how hard we play, how together we play, and we’ve got to get back to doing that.” AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideFind New & Used CarsNew CarsUsed CarsofPowered by Cars.com
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UK and France record most daily cases since start of pandemic

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CNN’s David McKenzie speaks to Dr. John Nkengasong, Director of Africa’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about the continent’s coronavirus response. “,”descriptionText”:”The Covid-19 death rate in Africa has defied expectations and stayed relatively low. CNN’s David McKenzie speaks to Dr. John Nkengasong, Director of Africa’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about the continent’s coronavirus response. “},{“title”:”Hear Justin Trudeau’s sobering message on second Covid-19 wave “,”duration”:”01:54″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/24/canada-prime-minister-justin-trudeau-second-wave-newton-lkl-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/24/canada-prime-minister-justin-trudeau-second-wave-newton-lkl-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200924152519-screengrab-justin-trudeau-canada-second-wave-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/24/canada-prime-minister-justin-trudeau-second-wave-newton-lkl-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”In an address to the nation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the second wave of coronavirus has arrived in most of the country and vowed to get it under control. u003ca href=”http://www.cnn.com/profiles/paula-newton-profile” target=”_blank”>CNN’s Paula Newton u003c/a>reports. “,”descriptionText”:”In an address to the nation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the second wave of coronavirus has arrived in most of the country and vowed to get it under control. u003ca href=”http://www.cnn.com/profiles/paula-newton-profile” target=”_blank”>CNN’s Paula Newton u003c/a>reports. “},{“title”:”Netanyahu projects strength abroad despite struggles at home”,”duration”:”03:04″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/23/israel-coronavirus-jewish-new-year-oren-liebermann-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/23/israel-coronavirus-jewish-new-year-oren-liebermann-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200923110034-israel-coronavirus-jewish-new-year-oren-liebermann-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx-00022928-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/23/israel-coronavirus-jewish-new-year-oren-liebermann-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Israel entered its second coronavirus lockdown at the start of the Jewish New Year as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promoted a powerful image abroad despite struggles on the home front. 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CNN’s Nic Robertson reports. “,”descriptionText”:”Despite a landslide election victory last December, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is having a torrid year. He has been widely criticized for his government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and as infections rise again, Johnson has many more challenges to face. 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CNN’s Scott McLean reports from Westminster.”,”descriptionText”:”Faced with a surge in coronavirus cases, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new measures to combat the virus in England, including restrictions – enforceable by the police – on how people can socialize. CNN’s Scott McLean reports from Westminster.”},{“title”:”Why some Swedes express skepticism over Covid-19 vaccine”,”duration”:”03:53″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/21/sweden-coronavirus-covid-19-europe-surge-vaccine-foster-newday-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/21/sweden-coronavirus-covid-19-europe-surge-vaccine-foster-newday-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200921121850-sweden-coronavirus-foster-pkg-1-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/21/sweden-coronavirus-covid-19-europe-surge-vaccine-foster-newday-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”CNN has learned that the Swedish government won’t be recommending a future coronavirus vaccine to anyone under the age of 18 as the government stands by its belief that children only transfer the virus in a “limited” way. CNN’s u003ca href=”https://www.cnn.com/profiles/max-foster” target=”_blank”>Max Fosteru003c/a> visits Sweden to examine the country’s strategy.”,”descriptionText”:”CNN has learned that the Swedish government won’t be recommending a future coronavirus vaccine to anyone under the age of 18 as the government stands by its belief that children only transfer the virus in a “limited” way. CNN’s u003ca href=”https://www.cnn.com/profiles/max-foster” target=”_blank”>Max Fosteru003c/a> visits Sweden to examine the country’s strategy.”},{“title”:”Here’s how Taiwan is beating coronavirus”,”duration”:”02:31″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/21/taiwan-coronavirus-covid-19-post-pandemic-life-hancocks-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/21/taiwan-coronavirus-covid-19-post-pandemic-life-hancocks-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200921154307-screenshot-taiwan-covid-19-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/21/taiwan-coronavirus-covid-19-post-pandemic-life-hancocks-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”While the world continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, life in Taiwan is starting to return to normal. 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CNN’s Selina Wang reports.”,”descriptionText”:”Villagers who refuse to wear masks are being forced by local authorities to dig graves for victims of Covid-19 in one part of rural Indonesia to help convince others to do their part to help stop the pandemic. 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CNN’s Oren Liebermann reports.”,”descriptionText”:”Israel entered its second coronavirus lockdown at the start of the Jewish New Year as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promoted a powerful image abroad despite struggles on the home front. CNN’s Oren Liebermann reports.”},{“title”:”As UK faces new wave of virus, Johnson is under fire on many fronts”,”duration”:”03:56″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/23/uk-boris-johnson-under-fire-2020-robertson-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/23/uk-boris-johnson-under-fire-2020-robertson-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200922161221-02-boris-johnson-0922-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/23/uk-boris-johnson-under-fire-2020-robertson-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Despite a landslide election victory last December, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is having a torrid year. He has been widely criticized for his government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and as infections rise again, Johnson has many more challenges to face. CNN’s Nic Robertson reports. “,”descriptionText”:”Despite a landslide election victory last December, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is having a torrid year. He has been widely criticized for his government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and as infections rise again, Johnson has many more challenges to face. CNN’s Nic Robertson reports. “},{“title”:”Boris Johnson: This is the moment when we must act”,”duration”:”03:11″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/22/england-coronavirus-covid-19-restrictions-boris-johnson-parliament-mclean-ctw-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/22/england-coronavirus-covid-19-restrictions-boris-johnson-parliament-mclean-ctw-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200922132103-01-boris-johnson-0922-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/22/england-coronavirus-covid-19-restrictions-boris-johnson-parliament-mclean-ctw-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Faced with a surge in coronavirus cases, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new measures to combat the virus in England, including restrictions – enforceable by the police – on how people can socialize. CNN’s Scott McLean reports from Westminster.”,”descriptionText”:”Faced with a surge in coronavirus cases, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new measures to combat the virus in England, including restrictions – enforceable by the police – on how people can socialize. CNN’s Scott McLean reports from Westminster.”},{“title”:”Why some Swedes express skepticism over Covid-19 vaccine”,”duration”:”03:53″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/21/sweden-coronavirus-covid-19-europe-surge-vaccine-foster-newday-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/21/sweden-coronavirus-covid-19-europe-surge-vaccine-foster-newday-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200921121850-sweden-coronavirus-foster-pkg-1-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/21/sweden-coronavirus-covid-19-europe-surge-vaccine-foster-newday-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”CNN has learned that the Swedish government won’t be recommending a future coronavirus vaccine to anyone under the age of 18 as the government stands by its belief that children only transfer the virus in a “limited” way. CNN’s u003ca href=”https://www.cnn.com/profiles/max-foster” target=”_blank”>Max Fosteru003c/a> visits Sweden to examine the country’s strategy.”,”descriptionText”:”CNN has learned that the Swedish government won’t be recommending a future coronavirus vaccine to anyone under the age of 18 as the government stands by its belief that children only transfer the virus in a “limited” way. CNN’s u003ca href=”https://www.cnn.com/profiles/max-foster” target=”_blank”>Max Fosteru003c/a> visits Sweden to examine the country’s strategy.”},{“title”:”Here’s how Taiwan is beating coronavirus”,”duration”:”02:31″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/21/taiwan-coronavirus-covid-19-post-pandemic-life-hancocks-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/21/taiwan-coronavirus-covid-19-post-pandemic-life-hancocks-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200921154307-screenshot-taiwan-covid-19-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/21/taiwan-coronavirus-covid-19-post-pandemic-life-hancocks-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”While the world continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, life in Taiwan is starting to return to normal. 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The island’s coronavirus response has been praised and studied around the world as a model to follow. u003ca href=”http://www.cnn.com/profiles/paula-hancocks” target=”_blank”>CNN’s Paula Hancocksu003c/a> visits Taipei to see what Taiwan has done right. “},{“title”:”Mariachi musicians fight pandemic blues in Mexico “,”duration”:”02:35″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/?refresh=1″,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/18/mexico-mariachis-covid-rivers-pkg-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/18/mexico-mariachis-covid-rivers-pkg-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200918083502-mexico-mariachis-covid-rivers-pkg-vpx-00015420-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/18/mexico-mariachis-covid-rivers-pkg-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Mariachi, a musical tradition in Mexico, and its musicians have been forced to adapt as crowded plazas are no longer safe during the coronavirus pandemic. CNN’s Matt Rivers reports. “,”descriptionText”:”Mariachi, a musical tradition in Mexico, and its musicians have been forced to adapt as crowded plazas are no longer safe during the coronavirus pandemic. CNN’s Matt Rivers reports. “},{“title”:”Corruption scandals complicate South Africa’s Covid-19 response”,”duration”:”03:26″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/18/south-africa-covid-housing-project-investigation-mckenzie-pkg-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/18/south-africa-covid-housing-project-investigation-mckenzie-pkg-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200918080035-mckenzie-south-africa-housing-vpx-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/18/south-africa-covid-housing-project-investigation-mckenzie-pkg-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Temporary houses constructed for South Africans as part of the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic are now falling apart. The government’s Special Investigating Unit told CNN they are looking at more than 700 companies linked to emergency Covid-19 contracts for possible crimes. CNN’s David McKenzie reports. “,”descriptionText”:”Temporary houses constructed for South Africans as part of the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic are now falling apart. The government’s Special Investigating Unit told CNN they are looking at more than 700 companies linked to emergency Covid-19 contracts for possible crimes. CNN’s David McKenzie reports. “},{“title”:”Hear from outgoing US ambassador to China on US-China relationship”,”duration”:”02:34″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/18/terry-branstad-xi-jinping-donald-trump-china-culver-intv-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/18/terry-branstad-xi-jinping-donald-trump-china-culver-intv-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200918095347-terry-branstad-xi-jinping-donald-trump-china-culver-intv-intl-ldn-vpx-00012909-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/18/terry-branstad-xi-jinping-donald-trump-china-culver-intv-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Speaking to CNN’s David Culver in Beijing, China, the outgoing US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad denounced Beijing’s initial handling of coronavirus, saying that “what could have been contained in Wuhan ended up becoming a worldwide pandemic.””,”descriptionText”:”Speaking to CNN’s David Culver in Beijing, China, the outgoing US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad denounced Beijing’s initial handling of coronavirus, saying that “what could have been contained in Wuhan ended up becoming a worldwide pandemic.””},{“title”:”See how Indonesians who didn’t wear mask were dealt with”,”duration”:”01:21″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/17/indonesia-coronavirus-covid-19-grave-diggers-wang-lok-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/17/indonesia-coronavirus-covid-19-grave-diggers-wang-lok-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200917135627-indonesia-coronavirus-covid-19-grave-diggers-wang-lok-00001111-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/17/indonesia-coronavirus-covid-19-grave-diggers-wang-lok-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”Villagers who refuse to wear masks are being forced by local authorities to dig graves for victims of Covid-19 in one part of rural Indonesia to help convince others to do their part to help stop the pandemic. CNN’s Selina Wang reports.”,”descriptionText”:”Villagers who refuse to wear masks are being forced by local authorities to dig graves for victims of Covid-19 in one part of rural Indonesia to help convince others to do their part to help stop the pandemic. CNN’s Selina Wang reports.”},{“title”:”Philippines confirms first case of coronavirus”,”duration”:”00:40″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://edition.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/01/30/philippines-confirms-first-case-wuhan-coronavirus-seo-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/01/30/philippines-confirms-first-case-wuhan-coronavirus-seo-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200130101641-philippines-confirms-first-case-wuhan-coronavirus-seo-intl-ldn-vpx-00001505-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/01/30/philippines-confirms-first-case-wuhan-coronavirus-seo-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”The Philippines has u003ca href=”https://edition.cnn.com/asia/live-news/coronavirus-outbreak-01-30-20-intl-hnk/h_196b88233baee37963f367f8481eb226″ target=”_blank”>confirmed its first case of the Wuhan coronavirusu003c/a>, according to the country’s Health Secretary Francisco Duque. The patient, a 38-year-old female from China, arrived in the Philippines from Wuhan via transit in Hong Kong, Duque says.”,”descriptionText”:”The Philippines has u003ca href=”https://edition.cnn.com/asia/live-news/coronavirus-outbreak-01-30-20-intl-hnk/h_196b88233baee37963f367f8481eb226″ target=”_blank”>confirmed its first case of the Wuhan coronavirusu003c/a>, according to the country’s Health Secretary Francisco Duque. The patient, a 38-year-old female from China, arrived in the Philippines from Wuhan via transit in Hong Kong, Duque says.”},{“title”:”How hospital in hard-hit French city is preparing for second surge”,”duration”:”02:26″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/16/france-bordeaux-hospital-coronavirus-covid-19-cases-surge-bell-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/16/france-bordeaux-hospital-coronavirus-covid-19-cases-surge-bell-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200916083646-france-bordeaux-hospital-coronavirus-covid-19-cases-surge-bell-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx-00005719-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/16/france-bordeaux-hospital-coronavirus-covid-19-cases-surge-bell-pkg-intl-ldn-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”CNN’s Melissa Bell gets access to a hospital in Bordeaux, France, to see how doctors and staff are coping with a second surge in coronavirus cases, and what lessons they learned from the first surge.”,”descriptionText”:”CNN’s Melissa Bell gets access to a hospital in Bordeaux, France, to see how doctors and staff are coping with a second surge in coronavirus cases, and what lessons they learned from the first surge.”},{“title”:”Here’s how England’s new coronavirus rules will work”,”duration”:”02:03″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/world/2020/09/15/uk-england-covid-19-coronavirus-rules-mclean-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”world/2020/09/15/uk-england-covid-19-coronavirus-rules-mclean-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200915091839-uk-england-covid-19-coronavirus-rules-mclean-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx-00015511-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/world/2020/09/15/uk-england-covid-19-coronavirus-rules-mclean-pkg-intl-hnk-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/coronavirus-intl/”,”description”:”England is adopting new Covid-19 rules that ban any gatherings over 6 people, after the old rules were criticized as complicated and confusing. 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A young man stabbed two people Friday outside the former Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, where 12 people were killed in 2015, and a terrorism investigation has been opened into the new attack, authorities said. The suspected assailant had been arrested a month ago for carrying a screwdriver but was not on police…

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A young man stabbed two people Friday outside the former Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, where 12 people were killed in 2015, and a terrorism investigation has been opened into the new attack, authorities said. The suspected assailant had been arrested a month ago for carrying a screwdriver but was not on police radar for Islamic radicalization, France’s interior minister said. He said the screwdriver was considered a weapon, but did not explain why.Two people were wounded in Friday’s attack, and two suspects were arrested, although the links between the two suspects weren’t immediately clear. The main suspect, a young man with speckles of blood on his forehead and wearing orange gym shoes, was arrested on the steps of the Bastille Opera in eastern Paris, authorities said. The site is not far from where Friday’s attack took place, outside the building where the weekly Charlie Hebdo was located before the 2015 attack. The interior minister said the assailant arrived in France three years ago as an unaccompanied minor, apparently from Pakistan, but his identity was still being verified. “Manifestly it’s an act of Islamist terrorism,” Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said in an interview with public broadcaster France-2. “Obviously, there is little doubt. It’s a new bloody attack against our country, against journalists, against this society.” Police officers stand by a knife, seen on the ground, in Paris on Friday. (Soufian Fezzani Via AP) France’s counterterrorism prosecutor said earlier that authorities suspect a terrorist motive because of the place and timing of the stabbings: in front of the building where Charlie Hebdo was based until the Islamic extremist attack on its cartoonists, and at a time when suspects in the 2015 attack are on trial across town. Prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard said that the chief suspect in Friday’s stabbings was arrested, along with another person. Ricard said the assailant did not know the people stabbed, a woman and a man working at a documentary production company who had stepped outside for a smoke break. An investigation was opened into “attempted murder in relation with a terrorist enterprise,” according to the terrorism prosecutor’s office. French Prime Minister Jean Castex said the lives of the two wounded workers lives were not in danger. He offered the government’s solidarity with their families and colleagues. The prime minister noted the “symbolic site” of the attack, “at the very moment where the trial into the atrocious acts against Charlie Hebdo is under way.” He promised the government’s “unfailing attachment to freedom of the press, and its determination to fight terrorism.” Neighbours stunned People in the neighbourhood were stunned, saying on French TV that they were reliving the nightmare of the newsroom massacre. In a tweet, Charlie Hebdo strongly condemned the stabbings. “This tragic episode shows us once again that fanaticism, intolerance, the origins of which will be revealed by the investigation, are still present in French society….There is no question of ceding anything,” the newspaper said. Toute l’équipe de Charlie apporte son soutien et sa solidarité à ses anciens voisins et confrères @PLTVfilms et aux personnes touchées par cette odieuse attaque.—@Charlie_Hebdo_ The two people confirmed injured worked for documentary film company Premieres Lignes, according to founder Paul Moreira. He told France’s BFM television that the attacker fled into the subway, and the company’s staff members were relocated. Moreira said a man in the street “attacked two people who were in front of the building, didn’t enter the building, and who attacked them with an axe and who left.” He said the company had not received any threats. His colleague, Luc Hermann, describing witnesses’ version of the attack, said the assailant first struck the woman in her face, then the man, before returning to attack the woman again. “The whole team … took refuge on the roof of the building like our team did five years ago during the attack of Charlie Hebdo,” he said on France-2. He said it was “incomprehensible” that authorities had not taken special security precautions particularly at this time. Trial underway A wrenching, two-month trial in the Charlie Hebdo attacks is currently unfolding at the main Paris courthouse. Murmurs broke at the terrorism trial of 14 people, including three fugitives, accused of helping the attackers in the January 2015 killings, as the news filtered through. The widows of the two brothers who forced their way into the newspaper’s offices and opened fire at a morning editorial meeting testified Friday. Caty Richard, a lawyer for the Charlie Hebdo journalists, heard about the knife attack in the midst of the trial. WATCH | Victims, families hope for answers during Charlie Hebdo attack trial: A trial has started for 14 people accused of helping gunmen carry out the 2015 attacks in Paris on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper and a Kosher grocery store, which victims and their families hope will give answers about why the attacks happened. 2:07 “My first thought was this will never end,” she said. “I am devastated, angry.” The interior minister conceded that security was lacking on the street where Charlie Hebdo was once headquartered. He said that 775 police protect its new location. But “there was an attack so we could have done better,” he said. The minister said he has ordered special protection for all “symbolic sites,” noting in particular Jewish sites ahead of the Yom Kippur holiday this weekend. A Jewish grocery store was targeted days after the Charlie Hebdo newsroom massacre in what authorities say were coordinated attacks. Charlie Hebdo recently reproduced caricatures of the Muslim prophet that stoked the ire of some Muslims when first produced.
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