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Trump Covid: President says he’ll leave hospital on Monday

Trump Covid: President says he’ll leave hospital on Monday

World
Media playback is unsupported on your device US President Donald Trump says he will be released from hospital later on Monday, three days after being admitted with Covid-19."Feeling really good!" Mr Trump tweeted just before a scheduled briefing from his doctors. He said he would be discharged at 18:30 (22:30 GMT).But questions remain over the seriousness of Mr Trump's illness after a weekend of conflicting statements.The true scale of the outbreak at the White House remains unclear."Don't be afraid of Covid," he tweeted. "Don't let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!!"More than 7.4 million cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the US and...
This desperate children’s hospital in Yemen could be the closest thing to hell on Earth

This desperate children’s hospital in Yemen could be the closest thing to hell on Earth

World
Warning: This report contains distressing images of seriously malnourished children.If there is a hell, it could well be in a small hospital in north Yemen. There is misery and desperation in every corner you look. They thought in Yemen, it couldn’t get any worse after six years of civil war. They were wrong. A collision of factors has created what charity workers are calling the "perfect storm".War, malnutrition and now a global deadly pandemic have created a torment from which many Yemenis simply will not recover.Even the tough medics of the Abs Children’s Hospital struggle to maintain their composure in the avalanche of unrelenting wretchedness here.We watch as the teams work on baby after baby. The other mothers crowd round as word got out about the struggle to save a tiny little new b...
Former Spanish king Juan Carlos announces he’ll self-exile amid financial scandals

Former Spanish king Juan Carlos announces he’ll self-exile amid financial scandals

World
Aug. 3 (UPI) -- Amid multiple financial scandals, former King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, announced Monday that he will leave the country in a self-imposed exile that would be "the best for Spain and for the Crown." In a letter posted on the royal family's website to his son King Felipe VI, Juan Carlos, 82, who ruled from 1975 until his abdication from the throne in 2014, announced he would leave the country, but didn't give a timeline. Advertisement "I communicate to you my thoughtful decision to move, at this time, outside of Spain. A decision I make with deep feeling, but with great serenity," Juan Carlos wrote. The former king said "public repercussion" in his private life was interfering with his son's job requirements. "I wish to express to you my absolute availability to contribute to...
It’s DJ Khaled! Wait, is it? Star warns fans he’ll look a little different at gig

It’s DJ Khaled! Wait, is it? Star warns fans he’ll look a little different at gig

Entertainment
DJ Khaled has warned fans that he might look a bit different when he hosts a virtual charity concert tonight.Like many people around the world under restrictions intended to limit the spread of COVID-19, he has not had a haircut recently. He told Sky News: "I miss getting a haircut - I haven't got a haircut, y'understand?"So, when you see me host this amazing event, please tell all the fans and all the people out there - I don't want you all to think that my hair looks like that every day."I won't let nobody come into my house until I know things are safe - you understand?!" ...
Navy secretary denies reports he’ll resign over Trump’s intervention in Eddie Gallagher case

Navy secretary denies reports he’ll resign over Trump’s intervention in Eddie Gallagher case

Business
Nov. 23 (UPI) -- US Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer on Saturday denied reports that he had threatened to resign after President Donald Trump intervened in the case of Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL who was demoted after he was found guilty of posing for photos with a dead prisoner of war. "I would like to further state that in no way, shape, or form did I ever threaten to resign. That has been incorrectly reported in the press. I serve at the pleasure of the President," said a Saturday-night post from the official Secretary of the Navy Twitter account. Spencer also denied the reports directly during a speaking engagement at the Halifax International Security Forum in Canada Saturday. "If the president requests to the stop the process, the process stops. Good o...