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Airline passengers wearing face masks arrive and depart the D Concousre at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call | Getty Images More travelers took to the skies over the July 4 weekend, but airlines are still facing paltry demand compared with last summer because of …

Coronavirus in Welsh care homes – the disaster that didn’t have to happen By any measure the situation in Welsh care homes during the coronavirus crisis has been a disaster. Up until June 19, a total of 717 of the most vulnerable people in our society had died with the virus after it got inside …

In Indonesia, speaking openly about LGBT issues online can result in physical attacks, online abuse, and even arrest. That’s why Dhyta Caturani, a human rights activist who specializes in helping people to stay safe online, created a training program for Indonesian LGBT groups to track digital threats and give people the skills they need to …

Starting with the weather and there will be some heavy showers and longer spells of rain. Here is the full forecast for Wales: Another unsettled day across the country with showers, some merging into longer spells of rain and possibly turning heavy at times. However, there will be the odd bright spell with light winds …

Carson City Health and Human Services Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting 13 new positive cases and 13 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County region for Tuesday, June 30. This brings the total number of cases to 346, with 243 recoveries and seven deaths, 96 cases remain active. The new cases are:— …

Met Office weather forecast for Friday Beginning with the weather and it is going to be a hot and humid day with thunderstorms around. Here is the full forecast for Wales: Heavy, thundery showers should ease for a time this morning before bubbling up again through the afternoon, interspersed by some sunshine. Remaining hot and …

WINNIPEG — A pair of Manitoba restaurants are facing thousands of dollars in fines for defying public health measures. According to the province, Lee’s Buffet in Brandon, Man., and Chaise Corydon on Corydon Avenue in Winnipeg have both been ticketed $2,542 for failing to comply with the measures prescribed in the province’s public health orders. …

Met Office forecast for Thursday It is forecast to be another day of heavy rain and thundery showers. Here is the full forecast for Wales: A wet morning with rain, heavy and persistent at times, across much the country. The rain will slowly clear westwards, allowing the chance for thundery showers to develop in the …

Tovah LaDier, Executive Director of the International Biometrics + Identity Association, provides a brief history of biometrics and aviation from 2001 to the present, with a focus on an ongoing policy debate over the decision to use facial recognition in Entry-Exit. Background of biometric technology The connection between aviation and biometric technologies in the U.S. …

WINNIPEG — There weren’t any people on their cell phones at a 5G protest in Winnipeg. Saturday afternoon, a group of Winnipeggers gathered at City Hall to protest the installation of 5G small cell towers in the city. “People around the world are worried about 5G, they’re worried about the little antennas,” said Margaret Friesen, …