“Death” in the news
|before his death|
|sentenced to death|
|until her death|
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· How Tyrann Mathieu Found His Way Through the Chaos On and Off the Field →
In Kansas City, the events following Floyd’s death inspired conversations among teammates, and Mathieu, having found a focus outside of football, was at the forefront.
· Uighur model sends rare video from Chinese detention →
When he complained about how tight the handcuffs were, he said one police officer threatened to beat him to death.
· Compton: Violent gang of LA sheriff's deputies have Nazi tattoos, colleague claims →
Ms Chambers said at a news conference that it's unacceptable Compton residents are still dealing with reports of excessive force in the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody last May.
· As a grand Hindu temple starts to rise, Modi is transforming India →
More than 50,000 new infections and roughly 800 deaths are being reported daily.
· Public Health England issues rare alert over illicit prescription drugs →
Surge in tablets sold as benzodiazepines, used to treat anxiety or insomnia, linked to hospitalisations and deaths
· Beirut families search for loved ones feared trapped under rubble →
The death and injury toll spiralled through the night and Wednesday morning as hospitals – some also destroyed by the explosion – struggled to register the arrivals.
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· The Health 202: Why individual models of coronavirus deaths are often wrong →
A prominent model highlighted by the Trump administration early in the coronavirus crisis projected in March that deaths in the United States would total about 82,000 by now.
· Juan Carlos has fled Spain, but questions over his past will follow him →
But this only came after a vengeful Franco had himself ruled with absolute power, while violently suppressing democrats and making liberal use of death sentences, for almost four decades.
The Wall Street Journal
· Florida’s Elder-Care Facilities Buckle as Virus Deaths Climb →
MIAMI—Florida was one of the earliest states to lock down elder-care facilities in the coronavirus pandemic, and the move helped stave off widespread deaths at such centers in the spring.