Calls for a probe after 23 people die in attempt to enter Melilla | Refugees News

Human rights groups have called for an investigation after at least 23 people died while attempting to scale a border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla in northern Africa. Authorities in Morocco and Spain said the individuals died as a result of a “stampede” with about 2,000 people trying to climb the … Read more

Ole Miss one win from first Men’s College World Series title after 10-3 win over Oklahoma in finals opener

OMAHA, Neb. — Ole Miss, one of the last four teams invited to the NCAA baseball tournament, is now only one win away from being the last team standing. Mississippi defeated Oklahoma 10-3 in the first contest of the best-of-three Men’s College World Series finals, powered to the victory by an unlikely arm: relief pitcher … Read more

Monkeypox spreading at large LA events, health officials say

The number of confirmed monkeypox cases in Los Angeles County has jumped to 22, which health officials said has largely been spread among men who have sex with other men who have recently attended large events. Most of the recent cases involve individuals who have not traveled out of the country or out of the … Read more

Olympic champion Sydney McLaughlin breaks her own world record in 400m hurdles

EUGENE, Ore. — Olympic champion Sydney McLaughlin bested her own world record in the 400-meter hurdles at the US outdoor track and field championships Saturday. McLaughlin flashed a broad smile when her time was announced, then gave a thumbs-up. She crossed the finish line in 51.41 seconds, breaking her own record of 51.46 set last … Read more

Prince Charles took millions in cash from Qatari sheikh: report

Prince Charles personally accepted suitcases and shopping bags stuffed with millions of dollars’ worth of cash from a controversial Qatari politician between 2011 and 2015, according to an explosive new report. “Everyone felt very uncomfortable about the situation,” a former adviser to the Prince of Wales told the Sunday Times of London. The “only thing … Read more

Thousands of protesters arrive as G7 convenes in Germany | Food News

The agenda of the summit in Munich includes Russia’s war on Ukraine, climate change, energy and a looming food security crisis. About 4,000 protesters gathered in Munich as the Group of Seven (G7) leading economic powers prepared to hold their annual gathering in Germany’s Bavarian Alps. Organizers said they hoped to mobilize up to 20,000 … Read more

Disney worker rips company over vow to pay abortion costs

A Florida Disney employee ripped the company’s campaign to cover abortion travel costs for workers, telling The Post on Saturday it’ll be bad for business and would “alienate” customers. Jose Castillo, who works in resort management in Orlando, accused the Walt Disney Co. of trying to influence politics after wading into the fraught abortion issue … Read more

Rafael Nadal enters Wimbledon on good footing after procedure to relieve pain

LONDON — Rafael Nadal on Saturday said the procedure he had on his chronic foot injury after Roland Garros has meant he is largely pain-free, but he is unsure how long the treatment will be effective. “The feeling and overall feelings are positive, no, because I am in a positive way in terms of pain, … Read more