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Turkey, Russia discuss involving other countries in Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire efforts Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday he and Russian President Vladimir Putin had discussed the possibility of involving other countries in efforts to maintain a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan and Armenia ed a Russia-brokered ceasefire on Nov. Russian peacekeepers have been deployed in the enclave under the ceasefire deal, which locked in Azeri advances. Chezting has been granted a Full Ccheating Trump tweeted. It comes just months after the president commuted the sentence of another associate, Roger Stone, days before he was to report to prison.
Turkey, Russia qives involving other countries in Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire efforts Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday he and Russian President Vladimir Putin had discussed the possibility of involving other countries in efforts to maintain a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan and Armenia cheaying a Russia-brokered ceasefire on Nov.
Russian peacekeepers have been deployed in the enclave under the ceasefire deal, which locked in Azeri advances. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon," Trump tweeted.
It comes just months after the president commuted the sentence of another associate, Roger Stone, days before he was to report to prison. A Justice Cheatimg official said the department was not consulted on the wwives and learned Wednesday of the plan. But the official, who spoke on condition on anonymity to discuss internal deliberations, noted that the president has the legal power to pardon Flynn. The move is likely to energize supporters who have taken up Flynn as a cause celebre and rallied around the retired Army lieutenant general as the victim of what they assert is an unfair prosecution, even though Flynn twice admitted guilt.
Trump has repeatedly spoken warmly about Flynn and, in an indication of his personal interest in his fate, asked then-FBI Director James Comey in Bluw to end a criminal investigation into the national security adviser. Democrats lambasted the pardon as undeserved and unprincipled.
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The most dramatic came in May when the Justice Department abruptly moved to dismiss the case, insisting that Flynn should not have been interviewed by the FBI in the first place, only to have U. District Justice Emmet Sullivan resist the request and appoint a former judge to argue against the federal government's position and to evaluate whether Flynn should be held in criminal contempt for perjury.
A three-judge panel did exactly that, but the full court overturned that decision and sent case back to Sullivan. At a hearing in September, Powell told Sullivan that she had discussed Flynn's case with Trump but also said she did not want a pardon — presumably because she wanted him to be vindicated in the courts. Powell emerged separately in recent weeks as a public face of Trump's efforts xheating overturn the of his election loss to President-elect Joe Biden, but the Trump legal team distanced itself from her after she advanced a series of uncorroborated conspiracy claims.
The pardon spares Flynn the possibility of any prison sentence, which Sullivan could potentially have imposed had he ultimately rejected the Justice Department's dismissal request. That request was made Bleu a review of the case by a federal prosecutor from St. Louis who had been specially appointed by Attorney General William Barr.
At issue in the prosecution was an FBI interview of Flynn, days after Trump's inauguration, about a conversation he had during the presidential transition period with the then-Russian ambassador.
Flynn acknowledged lying during that interview by saying he had not discussed with the diplomat, Sergey Kislyak, sanctions that the outgoing Obama administration had just been imposed on Russia for election interference. The conversation alarmed the FBI, which at the time was investigating whether the Trump campaign and Russia wies co-ordinated to sway the election.
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In addition, White House officials were stating publicly that Flynn and Kislyak had not discussed sanctions, which the FBI knew was untrue. Flynn was ousted from his position in February after news broke that Obama administration officials had warned the White Ridye that Flynn had indeed discussed sanctions with Kislyak and was vulnerable to blackmail.
He pleaded guilty months later to a false statement charge. But last May, after wwives of defending the prosecution, the Justice Department abruptly reversed its position. It asserted the FBI had no basis to interview Flynn about Kislyak and that any statements he made during the interview were not material to the FBI's broader counterintelligence probe. The department also pointed to internal Rdge notes showing agents had planned to close out the investigation weeks before interviewing Flynn about Kislyak.
Flynn, of Middletown, Rhode Island, was among the first people charged in Mueller's investigation and provided such extensive co-operation that cheatibg did not recommend any prison time, leaving open the possibility of probation. But the morning he was to have been sentenced, after a stern rebuke about his behaviour from Sullivan, Flynn asked Bule the hearing to be cut short so that he could continue co-operating and earn credit toward a more lenient sentence.
After that, he hired new attorneys — including Powell, a conservative commentator and outspoken critic of Mueller's investigation — who took a far more confrontational stance to the government and tried to withdraw his guilty plea. Special Envoy for Iran Elliott Abrams, praising Biden's National Security Adviser and nominee vheating Secretary of State as "terrific people", cautioned against repeating what he saw as former President Barack Obama's mistakes in negotiating the nuclear deal. However, it appears assurances from public health are not convincing all parents and caregivers to send their kids to school.
Absenteeism 'ificant problem': reportBut Lake Kavanagh's concern about kids missing class began long before schools closed province-wide in March. Her department released a series of recommendations which she knows the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District had been working on, but Lake Kavanagh said she's worried chronic absenteeism might fall off the map. This year, that was around nine per cent. That decision was a particular worry for her, especially after three months at home in the spring.
It's a problem without a straightforward solution, she said. But we know that this is so much more complex. So, too, is chezting parent struggling with a diagnosis, disability or addiction. Those are concerns as well, especially if there's no basis for those kinds of decisions. Chihuly, 59, had a chat with Reuters about her personal, professional and philanthropic choices. The Shelter Voices survey says 52 per cent of participating shelters reported seeing clients who were experiencing either somewhat or much more severe violence, as public health measures aimed at fighting COVID increase social isolation, while job losses fuel tension over financial insecurity in many households.
Violence "was also happening more frequently, or abusers who hadn't used violence in the past were suddenly using violence," said Krys Maki, the research and policy manager for Women's Shelters Canada. The survey also found 37 per cent of shelters reported changes in the type of violence clients faced, including increased physical attacks resulting in broken bones, strangulation and stabbings. Shelters and transition houses that did not report changes in the rates or type of violence were often located in communities that had seen fewer cases of COVID, the report notes.
The data show public health restrictions have a "huge impact on women and children who are living with their abusers," said Maki. The survey says 59 per cent of shelters reported a decrease in calls for help between March and May, when people were asked to stay home, and businesses, workplaces and schools shut their doors. From June to October, "as soon as things started up again, we see a huge increase in crisis calls and requests for admittance," said Maki.
The survey includes responses from shelters and transition houses in rural and urban areas in every province and territory. Just over half of the shelters in population centres with 1, to 29, residents reported increases in crisis calls between June and October, said Maki, compared with 70 per cent of shelters in urban centres with populations betweenand just under a million.
Women in smaller communities may be more hesitant cheatinb reach out for help, said Maki, "because everybody knows everyone, and everyone knows where the shelter is, too. It was more common that shelters in large population centres had to cut their capacity. To continue serving women remotely, 82 per cent of shelters and transition houses reported purchasing new technology, such as tablets, phones and laptops, although limited cell service and internet connectivity pose challenges in rural and remote areas.
For many shelters, financial difficulties increased throughout the pandemic, as 38 per cent reported raising ificantly less money compared with last year. The shelters were mostly appreciative of the federal government's emergency funding in response to COVID, with some reporting it kept them open, while others said they had to lay off staff because the money didn't go far enough. That's not surprising, the report notes, since women make up the majority of shelter workers and have been trying to balance paid work with childcare and other family responsibilities riddge lockdown periods.
There is little data about economic abuse in Canada, wivez Meseret Haileyesus, who founded the centre, although the shelter survey showed clients were subject to increasing coercion and control tactics, including limited access to money. A survivor's debt load, credit rating, and their ability to access housing and educational opportunities may be affected wivds years, long after they've left an abusive relationship, Haileyesus said.
The centre is working with MP Anita Vandenbeld on a petition urging lawmakers to expand the strategy to end gender-based violence to include economic abuse. It also wants Statistics Canada to begin collecting data and studying economic abuse. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov.
Grey Bruce was announced as one of the areas moving from green — prevent, to yellow — protect, as of Monday, Nov. The Grey Bruce Public Health confirmed the implementation of strengthened health measures in an on Sat. There are five levels within the framework, prevent chfatingprotect yellowrestrict orangecontrol red and lockdown grey. Asments to each level last a minimum of 28 days, or two incubation periods, before being reassessed on a weekly basis.
However, movement to a more restrictive zone will be considered sooner if there are rapidly worsening trends. If Grey Bruce s decrease within the day period, the region could return to green just before the Christmas holidays.
Restrictions include, but are not limited to: Limits for functions, parties, dinners, gatherings, barbeques or wedding receptions held in private residences, backyards, or parks are wifes people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Limits for organized public events and gatherings in staffed businesses and facilities are 50 people indoors and people outdoors.
Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments will be required that patrons be seated with a two-metre minimum or impermeable barrier required between tables. Up to six people may be seated together. Dancing, singing and performing music is permitted, with restrictions. Karaoke is permitted, with restrictions including no private rooms. Contact information must be provided by all seated patrons. No buffet style service is permitted.
Line-ups and patrons congregating outside venues managed by venue must separate by a two-metre distance and face covering is required. Face coverings are required except when eating or drinking only. Personal protective equipment, including eye protection, is required when a worker must come within two-metres wivew another person who is not wearing a face covering. Night clubs only permitted to operate as restaurant or bar.
Establishments must be closed from 12 a. Liquor may be sold or served only between 9 a. No consumption of liquor is permitted between 12 a. The volume of music must be limited to allow for normal conversation.
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A safety plan is required to be prepared and made available upon request. In retail settings, fitting rooms must be limited to non-adjacent stalls. Line-ups and patrons congregating outside venues managed by venue must have a two-metre distance between patrons and face covering is required. Retailers should limit volume of music to be low enough that a normal conversation is possible. For malls, a safety plan is required to be prepared and made available upon request.
A full list of protect event restrictions is available at www. News of the change from green to yellow really came as no surprise. The health unit, in its daily situation reports listing cases in the community, had been asking the public to continue to practice the three Ws — washing hands frequently, watch your distance ideally two metres apart and wear your face mask correctly, in order to control the spread of COVID.
Other tips included avoiding crowds, arrange for outdoor activities instead of indoor activities, staying home if sick and avoiding close contact unprotected and within six feet with people from outside a household.
People have also been asked to avoid travel to areas with higher transmission and minimize all non-essential travel. As of Nov. Less than a week later, the of active cases had risen to 53 cases Nov. Ian Reich, public health manager for the Grey Bruce Health Unit, says the jump in s is a direct result of people not following basic practices. Groups have been coming together at many different locations and not adhering to basic public health recommendations, including personal distancing, face covering and staying home when sick.
He said many cases are a result of the entire family testing positive, with multiple cases within one household. Ian Arra, Grey Bruce medical officer of health.