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Fabio Jakobsen: Doctor confident cyclist can race again. But it is anticipated his road to recovery will be "long and arduous," with "speaking and eating" likely to be a "challenge in the coming period," according to his team.
Jakobsen, 23, had been kept in an induced coma after colliding with a barrier during an 80 kilometer-per-hour sprint for the finish line of the first stage of the Tour of Poland in Katowice last Wednesday. Dylan Groenewegen had drifted into the path of the Dutch cyclist, causing a number of other riders to also crash. A race official also suffered a head injury, according race organizer Czesław Lang.
"His condition is very good, particularly given the seriousness of the incident," Yvan Vanmol, the team doctor of Jakobsen's Deceuninck-QuickStep team, told Belgian broadcaster Sporza in an interview on Sunday after visiting the rider in hospital. Israel's schools reopened and Covid-19 cases started rising - CNN Video. Kerala floods: Monsoon rains trigger landslide in Indian state, killing at least 43 people - CNN.
The landslide swept into a settlement housing workers on a tea plantation in Idukki district late Thursday, when most residents were sleeping.
Dozens of houses were destroyed and 11 injured people were taken to local hospitals. The death toll steadily rose as search and rescue workers spent the weekend digging through thick mud and debris, with efforts hampered further by heavy rain. At least 25 people remain missing, according to district lawmaker Dean Kuriakose.
More than 500 personnel from local forces and the National Disaster Response Force have been deployed to sift through the debris, he added. "Despite inclement weather and harsh conditions, the search for those who went missing is progressing," Kerala's Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan tweeted Sunday. On Monday, the Indian Meteorological Department issued a warning of "heavy to very heavy rainfall" in certain parts of the state for the next 24 hours. Belarus election: Protests over disputed Lukashenko result - CNN. "I believe my own eyes, the majority was for us," Tikhanovskaya said in a news conference on Monday, according to multiple local media reports.
"We do not recognize the election results. We have seen real protocols. We urge those who believe that their voice was stolen not to remain silent. " The 37-year-old said that she was ready to meet Lukashenko to discuss bringing "peaceful change of power. " She later "left to an unknown location" according to her campaign. Riots erupted after official exit polls were released late Sunday, showing a victory for Lukashenko, and resumed the following day. Two beluga whales complete journey from captivity in China to care sanctuary in Iceland - CNN. Nevertheless, a pair of belugas, named Little Grey and Little White, are enjoying their first taste of the sea since 2011, thanks to a leviathan relocation project that has been years in the making.
After being captured at a very young age off the coast of Russia and spending years in a Chinese aquarium, the whales are about to get used to the freedom of an 8-acre sanctuary at Klettsvik Bay in Iceland. "It's been quite the journey for these two," Audrey Padgett, the Beluga Whale Sanctuary's general manager, told CNN on a video call in front of the belugas. "It hasn't been easy, but it's definitely been a labor of love. " Back in 2011, Little Grey and Little White were moved from a Russian research facility to the Changfeng Ocean World aquarium in Shanghai. How Italy turned the Covid-19 disaster around - CNN. Now, just four months later, life in Italy, the country Vice President Mike Pence once said "no one wanted to be like," is nearly back to normal, despite occasional spikes in cases that have been attributed to migrants arriving in the country or living in close quarters.
The death toll has leveled off at just over 35,000, with the number of new reported deaths now less than a dozen most days. The total number of cases now at 250,103 with daily increments in the low hundreds at most. Nightclubs and schools aren't yet reopened, face masks are mandatory and social distancing is enforced, but summer is in full swing in this country. People are going out for dinner at restaurants, enjoying the summer tradition of an aperitivo on an open square, going on vacation and generally moving forward. It's nothing short of a miracle, especially compared to nations like Brazil and the United States, where the pandemic is still very much out of control. Belarus' main opposition candidate goes into hiding on the eve of crucial presidential vote - CNN.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's campaign said she fled her apartment due to safety reasons after police detained several of its senior staffers, in what critics called an attempt to intimidate the opposition ahead of the crucial vote.
Meanwhile, her adviser Veronika Tsepkalo fled Belarus for Moscow for safety reasons, the campaign told CNN on Sunday. Tsepkalo's husband, former Belarusian ambassador to the US, Valery Tsepkalo, was not allowed to register as a candidate and had previously gone to Russia with their children, fearing for their safety after receiving threats of arrest. The main candidate, Tikhanovskaya, has previously said in interviews she had to send her children abroad after receiving threats they will be placed in an orphanage. "She [Tikhanovskaya] won't spend the night at home so that she is not alone," Tikhanovskaya's campaign said. "But she is not fleeing Minsk, she will remain in the city. " Puerto Rico voting temporarily halted amid lack of ballots - CNN. Flooding in China ruins farmers and risks rising food prices - CNN. "The crops have completely failed," Bao told CNN Business in an interview over the social media app WeChat, adding that his family has already lost roughly 200,000 yuan ($28,000) worth of produce.
"The rice was nearly ripened and ready to harvest before the flooding. But now everything is gone. " Surging floodwater burst the banks of Poyang Lake in Jiangxi province last month, destroying thousands of acres of farmland in what's known as the "land of fish and rice. " The broader Yangtze River basin — which includes Poyang Lake and stretches more than 3,900 miles from Shanghai in the east to the Tibetan border in the west — accounts for 70% of the country's rice production.
For farmers like Bao and his father, the damage has been devastating. Japan's coronavirus fatigue is fueling defiance in Tokyo, even as the case count rises - CNN. "Yes, we should listen to the government," Sato said.
"But we all have our own situations, we cannot always swallow whatever the government says. We cannot survive without working, we cannot stop going out altogether. " This increasing sense of dissatisfaction with the government's response to the virus comes as Japan appears to be on the brink of another major Covid-19 outbreak. For the past 12 days, the Health Ministry has recorded more than 900 daily infections and Friday marked a new daily high of 1,601 new cases nationwide. To date, the country has confirmed more than 46,000 cases since the pandemic began, more than half of which have been identified since July. Air India crash in Kerala kills 18 after plane skids off runway - CNN. At least 18 people died in the crash, including both pilots, with up to 30 others receiving treatment for serious injuries, according to CV Anand, Central Industrial Security Force's Inspector General.
The flight's data recorder has been recovered from the wreckage, Anand said. The flight, number IX-1344, overshot the runway in rainy conditions, "went down 35-feet into a slope before breaking up into two pieces," Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri told CNN. The flight from Dubai to Kozhikode, also known as Calicut, had 190 people on board, according to Air India Express. Trump steps back from involving himself in Libya's bloody civil war - CNNPolitics. Recent pleas by the leaders of Turkey, Egypt and others for Trump to get involved in the conflict have fallen on deaf ears, several foreign and US officials tell CNN.
The Trump White House had taken an active interest in the conflict in 2019, reaching out to Gen. Khalifa Haftar, the warlord leading an offensive against the country's United Nations-backed government. But in recent months, the President's stance has changed, with Trump telling those leaders that he'd rather not get involved in another messy Middle Eastern conflict. In particular, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey and President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt have worked to convince Trump to get involved diplomatically and put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin to back down from its own objectives in the country. The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, and the Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed bin Zayed, have also weighed in, these officials said. Mixed messages. An Indian royal was shot dead by police in broad daylight. Now, 35 years later, his killers have been jailed - CNN.
For decades, the police officers on duty and the former royal's relatives couldn't agree on what had happened that day to a man known for his fiery nature and political ambition. Raja Man Singh's family -- part of a centuries-old royal lineage -- claimed he had been killed in a premeditated murder plot ordered by the highest politician in the state. But police said they opened fire in self-defense, killing a hot-tempered man who thought himself above the law. For 35 years, no one was held accountable for Man Singh's death. Then, last month, after a protracted legal battle, 11 policemen were convicted of his murder and sentenced to life in prison.
His family say it took them 1,700 court dates over 35 years to get justice. But the fact there is any result at all is significant in India, where it is rare for police to be convicted over the killing of a member of the public -- a situation known in India as an "encounter killing. " The last of the royals Self defence or murder? 4 children identified among Air India Express plane crash casualties - CNN. All sixteen were residents of Kerala, according to K Gopalakrishnan, a senior official for Malappuram district.
A total of 18 people died, including two pilots. Details from the flight manifest, released by Air India Express, showed that the youngest casualty was only one year old. The oldest passenger to have died was 61. One of the victims has tested positive for coronavirus, according to Kerala's chief minister. The plane was one of the repatriation flights operated by the Indian government to bring back nationals stranded abroad due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, according to the Air India website. Creepy, bizarre, unsettling facts. Upload Profile Download the App Apple App Store Google Play Windows Store Back to the top. Revealing Your Age Without Numbers Is Easy. Upload Profile Download the App Apple App Store Google Play Windows Store Back to the top theCHIVE Newsletter.
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Bubonic plague: China seals off village after death in Inner Mongolia - CNN. The death was reported to health authorities in Baotou city on Sunday and the victim was confirmed to be a bubonic plague patient on Thursday, the Baotou Municipal Health Commission said in a statement on its website. The patient died of circulatory system failure, according to the statement. India coronavirus: More than 2 million cases confirmed - CNN. On Friday, India's Ministry of Health and Family Welfare announced that it has recorded more than 2,027,000 confirmed cases, including 41,585 deaths. The rising caseload sees India become only the third country to report more than 2 million cases, behind the United States -- which has seen nearly 4.9 million cases -- and Brazil, which has recorded more than 2.9 million, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University (JHU). This is what an ER in a Beirut hospital was like after the blast - CNN Video.
Couple standing less than 600 meters from blast site survives Beirut explosion - CNN. The husband and wife now lay in a local hospital room, together, recovering from the glass and debris that tore through their apartment -- and them. Lina needed three hours of surgery. Imad, whom Lina says was seriously injured and had to be transported down 11 flights of stairs on the back of a door, needed six hours in surgery. Beirut: How judges responded to warnings about ammonium nitrate stored at the Beirut port - CNN. WWF "Troubled" By New Alleged Human Rights Violation.
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Senate Democrats warn of ‘foreign interference’ in 2020 election. Kim and Kanye reportedly in Dominican Republic working on marriage. Recently freed sex offender arrested in Boston on rape charges. Robin Williams' 'rambling' Joe Biden bit resurfaces 11 years later. Chinese man spent 27 years in prison but court finds him not guilty - CNN. French President Emmanuel Macron: No blank checks will be given - CNN Video. Muslims are being blamed for England's coronavirus outbreaks, in the latest sign of Covid-19-related racism - CNN. Drone footage shows the scale of destruction in Beirut - CNN Video. Residents describe apocalyptic scenes after blast rocks Beirut - CNN.
The US sent Brazil millions of hydroxychloroquine doses. Months later, they're still in storage - CNN. Face masks: Countries are strengthening their rules. Soon you might have to wear one outdoors - CNN. North Korea working on 'miniaturized' nuclear devices: UN report - CNN. Residents describe apocalyptic scenes after blast rocks Beirut - CNN. North Korea just announced its first suspected Covid-19 case - CNN Video. South African retail giant ShopRite says it is looking to sell 'all or a majority stake' in Nigeria business - CNN. John Hume, architect of Good Friday Agreement and Nobel Laureate, dies at 83 - CNN.
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