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Of NTB | 22.04.2024 05:40:25

Medicine and health: Before the weekend, the UN stated that complex and expensive medical equipment has been deliberately destroyed in besieged hospitals and maternity wards in Gaza. Only ten of Gaza’s 36 hospitals are currently partially operational.

New York Attorney General Letitia James has asked Trump to prove that the company he is using to post the $175 million bail actually has enough funds to pay if an appeal is rejected.

86 people were killed and over 400 injured when a 19-tonne lorry drove onto the seafront in the city.

Tlaleng Mofokeng, who is the UN’s special rapporteur for the right to health services, holds a press conference on the health situation in the Gaza Strip.

The king is back at work after being on sick leave since he had a pacemaker operated on at Rikshospitalet in Oslo in February. On Monday, he receives, among other things, the Chief of Defense in an audience at the castle.

A court hearing is being held on ex-president Donald Trump’s bail in the case where he has been fined for inflating values ​​in his company.

The two men who in a lower French court have been sentenced to 18 years in prison for complicity in the terrorist attack in Nice in 2016, appear in court again in connection with the appeal case. It will last until 14 June.

The man in his 30s who is charged with the murder of a man in his 40s in Halden on Saturday evening, will be produced for imprisonment in Søndre Østfold district court. He denies criminal guilt, but has agreed to remand. Imprisonment is thus treated as office business.

The National Cybercrime Center (NC3) at Kripos is launching a report that addresses the threats linked to both cyber-supported and cyber-driven crime.

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