Kuantan Municipal Council urges PPR residents to care for facilities after man caught on camera bringing motorcycle into lift

The Telegraph

Kwasi Kwarteng becomes first black Conservative Secretary of State

Boris Johnson has appointed the Conservatives’ first black Secretary of State after Alok Sharma relinquished the role of Business Secretary to focus on hosting this year’s COP26 climate conference. Kwasi Kwarteng, who previously served under Mr Sharma, will now step up to run the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). He had previously been tipped to take over as president of the global climate summit in Glasgow, but Mr Sharma, who has been leading on the preparations since February last year, has been asked to take on the role full-time. Anne-Marie Trevelyan, who lost her place in Cabinet as a result of the Department for International Trade merging with the Foreign Office, has also returned to fill Mr Kwarteng’s former role as minister for business, energy and clean growth. It comes after former ministers, businesses and environmental

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Thai man revives baby elephant with CPR after motorbike accident

National Review

Russia’s New Territory

In November, Russia gained a slice of somebody else’s country. It did this not through unidentified troops moving across a border, nor through hybrid warfare. Instead, it negotiated its capture in full view of, and without a single question asked by, the United States or the rest of the world.Fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh preceded the annexation. The mountainous region is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan but since a 1994 ceasefire between the two nations has been controlled by ethnic Armenians. The conflict flared up again in September. Two months later came a peace deal, with Russia the winner: It mediated a ceasefire that placed the Kremlin’s ostensibly peacekeeping boots on the ground. America watched idly as this happened.As Armenia’s traditional protector, Russia held the only leverage to convince Armenia to sign this ceasefire. By signing, Yerevan gave up claims to the

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Methuen Man Charged with Four Bank Robberies

A Methuen man has been charged with robbing four Middlesex County banks in August and September, escaping each time on a motorcycle.

Caio Costa, 25, was charged in Boston federal court on Wednesday with armed bank robbery and brandishing a firearm during the commission of a crime of violence. Costa was arrested on Sept. 26 and detained following this week’s court appearance, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney’s office.

According to charging documents, between Aug. 28 and Sept. 25, someone with a gun entered four Middlesex County banks wearing dark clothing and a motorcycle helmet. Following each robbery, he escaped on a dark-colored motorcycle.

Prosecutors allege that on Sept. 25, an individual, later determined to be Costa, entered a Salem Five Bank in Tewksbury. Costa approached a teller, took out what appeared to be a black revolver and demanded the bank’s money, according to the statement from the

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