According to information revealed by senior Biden administration officials on Monday, US police made more than 2 million immigration arrests along the southern border in the last 11 months, marking the first time yearly enforcement statistics have crossed that barrier.
According to the most recent numbers, US Customs and Border Protection detained 203,598 migrants crossing from Mexico in August, putting authorities on track to make more than 2.3 million arrests throughout the government’s fiscal year 2022, which ends Sept. 30.
Iranians have taken to the streets of Tehran to protest the death of a young woman detained for breaking the country’s conservative dress code.
According to the semi-official Fars news agency, students gathered in many Tehran universities on Monday to demand an investigation into Mahsa Amini’s death and the dismantling of the morality police who were holding her when she died.
A Baltimore judge on Monday ordered that Adnan Syed’s conviction be overturned, and he left court a free man, more than two decades after he was given a life sentence and eight years after the tenuous case against him was featured in the popular podcast “Serial.”
One of the most well-known instances of podcasts raising major questions about obscure convictions is the true crime mania surrounding Syed.
Amid the excitement over the arrival of Cheetahs in the Kuno National Park, villagers in the surrounding areas of Madhya Pradesh’s Sheopur district have a variety of concerns including the fear of land acquisition and the fear of the big cat itself.
Some people are, however, optimistic that once the KNP becomes famous for its new entrants, increased tourist footfall will create jobs.
My aunt Mitali merely went to a garden home on the outskirts of Kolkata with her parents. It was 1961. Queen Elizabeth II was supposed to pass by on her way to the heart of the city.
In the middle of paddy fields far away from the cheering crowds that packed Central Avenue in the city, my aunt saw her first royal couple. She got a good view because there were hardly any people around.