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Former officials in Jordan arrested for ‘security reasons’

Former officials in Jordan arrested for ‘security reasons’

World
April 3 (UPI) -- Security officials arrested former officials in Jordan Saturday for "security reasons." Sharif Hassan bin Zaid, a former royal envoy, Basem Ibrahim Awadallah, a former Royal Hashemite Court chief, were arrested, along with others, an unnamed security source told Petra state news agency. Advertisement The arrest operation was made after close security follow-up, the source added. Up to 20 officials, including close associates of Prince Hamzah, civilian and military figures have also been arrested, Gulf News reported. Major General Usef Ahmed Al-Huneiti denied allegations reported about the arrest of Prince Hamzah, a former crown prince, in a separate statement to Petra Saturday. Al-Huneiti added investigations are ongoing and "no one is above the law," in the statement. ...

Three reasons March should act as a ‘springboard’ for stocks into April

Finance
In this article.SPXUS10YXLKXLEXLVXLPXLUXLCCFRA's Sam Stovall sees three reasons April should spell gains for stocks.Stovall, who's known for building market forecasts based on historical trends, highlights market instability over the past two weeks as his top bullish signal."The period after the Ides of March is typically volatile — actually falling about 60% of the time," the firm's chief investment strategist told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Monday. "Whenever that has happened, it sort of set up a nice springboard into April."So far this month, the S&P 500 is up more than 4%. However, the index is virtually flat since March 15. When the index slumps in March's second half, Stovall finds a positive April happens 77% of the time.He lists corporations' quarterly results as the second rea...
5 reasons The Undoing got people talking

5 reasons The Undoing got people talking

Entertainment
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Four reasons Topshop is not the brand it once was

Four reasons Topshop is not the brand it once was

Business
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‘No good epidemiological reasons to delay’ circuit break which could save thousands of lives, SAGE scientists say

‘No good epidemiological reasons to delay’ circuit break which could save thousands of lives, SAGE scientists say

Technology
A "short, sharp" two-week lockdown over the October half-term could prevent more than 7,000 deaths, according to a paper by two of the government's leading scientific advisers.The paper, which has not been peer-reviewed, suggests that a full lockdown, with stay-at-home orders and school closures, could reduce COVID-19 deaths from 19,900 to 12,100 over the rest of the year. It also suggests hospitalisations could be reduced from 132,400 to 66,500, assuming moderate growth in the infection rate.The findings have been used to support Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer's warning that without a "circuit breaker" lockdown Britain will "sleepwalk into a long and bleak winter". But the paper does not consider crucial factors which would determine the success of any restrictions, including the leve...