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Lawyer: Canada border questions violated Huawei CFO’s rights

Lawyer: Canada border questions violated Huawei CFO’s rights

World
Lawyers for a senior executive for Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies argue that her detention and questioning at the Vancouver airport in late 2018 violated her rightsBy JIM MORRIS Associated PressMarch 19, 2021, 9:55 PM• 3 min readVANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Lawyers for a senior executive for Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies argued at an extradition hearing Friday that her detention and questioning at the Vancouver airport violated her rights, saying agents had no reason to question her about the company’s activity in Iran except to assist U.S. investigators.Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer who is also the daughter of the company's founder, was arrested at the airport in late 2018 at the request of U.S., which wants her extradited to face fr...
Matteo Guendouzi backed to become ‘monster midfielder’ as Arsenal’s former transfer chief questions Mikel Arteta over French outcast and Lucas Torreira loans

Matteo Guendouzi backed to become ‘monster midfielder’ as Arsenal’s former transfer chief questions Mikel Arteta over French outcast and Lucas Torreira loans

Sports
Arsenal’s former head of recruitment Sven Mislintat has defended the transfers he signed off at the Premier League club, and has questioned Mikel Arteta over his handling of one of them – Matteo Guendouzi. In a wide-ranging interview with The Athletic, the ex-Gunners chief – now sporting director at VfB Stuttgart – spoke about the young Frenchman, who was sent out on loan to Hertha Berlin after falling out of Arteta’s good books. Getty Images - Getty Guendouzi appears to no longer have a future at Arsenal And Mislintat said he’d ‘love’ to discuss that decision with the Arsenal manager, as he backed Guendouzi and said he can become a ‘monster midfielder’. He also questioned the call to send Lucas Torreira out on loan to Atletico Madrid, too, insi...
Will Young questions why brother not assessed by psychiatrist before he took his own life

Will Young questions why brother not assessed by psychiatrist before he took his own life

Entertainment
Singer Will Young has said he is "astounded" his twin brother was allowed to leave hospital following a suicide attempt - just days before taking his own life.Rupert Young, 41, died after jumping from a bridge in London on 30 July last year, an inquest heard. His death came just days after he was admitted to Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital on 28 July, when he had been seen walking along the edge of a bridge in the capital.After a coroner's ruling that Rupert had intended to take his own life, Young said: "Those working within the NHS do an amazing job under very difficult circumstances."And it's never been more hard-pressed than at the moment, of course. ...
Climate change: Six questions about the Cumbria coal controversy

Climate change: Six questions about the Cumbria coal controversy

Science
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‘Real-world’ analysis of COVID vaccine raises questions about UK strategy

‘Real-world’ analysis of COVID vaccine raises questions about UK strategy

World
The first real-world analysis of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine suggests it is matching its performance in clinical trials, but raises serious questions about the UK's decision to delay the second dose.Scientists in Israel - which is leading the COVID-19 vaccination race - have told Sky News that they are "very hopeful" having studied preliminary data from 200,000 vaccinated people. But crucially they say their results do not show efficacy at a level close to that used by the UK to justify delaying the second dose of the Pfizer/BioNtech jab. Image: The UK has chosen to delay the second dose of the jab Professor Ran Balicer is a physician, epidemiologist and chief innovation officer for Clalit, the largest health care provider...