08 August 2022


Mayor Eric Adams blasts Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's "unimaginable" treatment of migrants as 2nd bus arrives in New York City (2)
By Christina Fan, Astrid Martinez Updated on: August 7, 2022 / 6:15 PM / CBS New York Second bus of migrants from Texas comes to New York City 02:42 NEW YORK -- A second bus carrying migrants arrived Sunday in Manhattan from Texas. It continues the fight between Gov.
From the Western Wall to Mecca: VR lets virtual pilgrims explore world's holy sites (2)
Users can tuck a prayer note into a crack of the Western Wall, join thousands of worshipers during Ramadan at the Al-Aqsa Mosque or circle around the Kaaba By LUIS ANDRES HENAO Today, 3:06 am This July 22, 2019, photo taken from video gives a 360-degree view of Ramadan prayers on the plateau of the Dome of the Rock, which can be seen in The Holy City, a virtual reality experience in the metaverse.
Official: Gang kills, burns former Haitian senator, nephew (1)
The Associated Press August 7, 2022, 9:44 AM PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) - A former senator who worked for the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor was killed in an upscale neighborhood near Haiti's capital and his body set on fire along with his nephew, Government Commissioner Jacques Lafontant told The Associated Press on Sunday. The bodies of Yvon Buissereth and his unidentified nephew were found
113 Haitian migrants in custody after boat runs aground off Florida coast (1)
Authorities off the Florida coast took at least 113 Haitian migrants into custody By Sarah Rumpf | Fox News NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Border patrol took 113 Haitian migrants into custody after their sailing- vessel ran aground off the coast of Florida Saturday afternoon. The boat was spotted off the coast of Key Largo, near the gated community of Ocean Reef, officials said. Rescue crews transferred the people from the grounded vessel to Coast Guard
Search continues for 5 missing after vessel with 15 Cuban migrants capsizes off Sugarloaf Key (2)
By 7 News WSVN August 6, 2022 KEY WEST, FLA. (WSVN) - U.S. Coast Guard crews continue their search for five people who went missing after a boat with 15 Cuban migrants on board capsized off the Florida Keys. Coast Guard crews responded to the area off Sugarloaf Key on Friday and saved seven migrants.
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