WA: Objects thrown at police in two separate Perth CBD riots

Two police officers have been hospitalized and dozens of arrests have been made, after two separate riots erupted in Perth following the events of Australia Day. Police were called to report around 150 people fighting outside Perth train station on Wellington Street at around 10.15pm on Thursday. It was understood that some members of the … Read more

Watch: Peru’s ‘water people’ join nationwide protests against government

Updated: 01/26/2023 – 23:46 Members of Peru’s Uru indigenous community, who live on man-made reed islands and call themselves “water people,” stage a protest on boats floating in Lake Titicaca, near the Bolivian border, amid widespread unrest nationwide which left at least 46 people dead. Members of Peru’s indigenous Uru community, who live on man-made … Read more

Southwest Airlines’ meltdown could signal incoming travel drama

Thousands of canceled flights. Countless separate bags. Millions of angry passengers. Southwest Airlines’ expensive holiday meltdown highlighted how quickly airline operations can go off the rails, particularly when bad weather is added to the complex calculus of getting crews on the right planes at the right time. The Dallas-based airline is committed to doing better. … Read more

Indian businessman accused of organized crime in Bosnia

Indian businessman Pramod Mittal was charged Thursday in Bosnia with leading an organized crime group and bribery while he was supervisory board head and co-owner of a coking plant in the northeastern city of Lukavac. Mittal, the younger brother of Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, was accused of “heading an organized crime group” that allegedly … Read more

The National Archives is asking former presidents and vice presidents to check for confidential and presidential documents

Washington Cnn — National Archives Formally Asking Former Presidents and Vice Presidents to Recheck Their Personal Records for Any Classified Documents or Other Presidential Documents in the Wake of Classified Documents Discovered in Former President’s Homes Donald Trumpformer Vice President Mike Pence and President Joe Biden in the past year. The Archives sent a letter … Read more

Eurozone Fast Facts | Cnn

Cnn — Here’s a look at the eurozone. Twenty countries in the European Union they use the euro as their currency and understand the eurozone. the Villages in the euro area are: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. January … Read more

Protests reach Haiti airport and prime minister’s residence over police killings

Cnn — Protesters and some police officers protested Thursday at the official residence of Haiti’s prime minister in the capital Port-au-Prince, denouncing recent police killings, according to one of his advisers. “Police officers and protesters have come here to make their voices heard. They are angry and we understand and listen to them,” the adviser … Read more

Suspected church attack in Spain ‘flagged for deportation’

The man, accused of breaking into two Spanish churches with a machete, killing a verger and seriously wounding a priest, was set for deportation but had no previous convictions, officials said Thursday. The bloodshed, which took place on Wednesday evening in the southern port city of Algeciras, shocked Spain and left the local population reeling. … Read more

Home Depot shared customer data without consent: privacy watchdog

An investigation by Canada’s privacy commissioner found that Home Depot began sharing electronic receipt details with Facebook’s parent company Meta in 2018, including encrypted email addresses and in-store purchase information, without the knowledge or consent of customers. Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/1.6726668