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Need a Uber? Send a selfie demonstrating you are wearing a cover
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Need a Uber? Send a selfie demonstrating you are wearing a cover

Uber is to reveal a selfie include on its application so drivers can confirm a few riders are wearing face veils. It will apply to riders who have recently been accounted for not wearing a veil. The selfie scanner, to be utilized in the US and Canada before the finish of September and different areas from that point onward, will search for a veil like covering over the mouth and nose. As of now, drivers must take a cover selfie every prior day beginning work. On the off chance that the scanner doesn't identify the driver is wearing a veil they are obstructed from utilizing the application to get travelers. Uber presented a "No Veil No Ride" strategy on 18 May and stretched out it inconclusively because of the progressing pandemic, requiring the two drivers and riders to wear a face cove...
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USA: One killed in clashes erupts in Portland

  One person was shot dead last night in the city of Portland while supporters of President Trump clashed with protesters in Oregon. Images of doctors trying to save a man's life appear to be white. Police have not yet released the whereabouts of the shooter, and have not yet commented on whether the shooting was the result of an altercation in the center of the city.   In recent weeks, the city of Portland has been rocked by protests, with protesters protesting the massacre of black American George Floyd in Minneapolis on Friday, May 25, which has sparked outrage in the country and around the world. President Trump sent troops to the city of Portland on Sunday to say he wanted to end the uprising. So what happened?   In a statement issued Saturd...
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Donald Trump v the United States survey: how majority rule government went under attack

Presently disfavored, Jerry Falwell Jr once declared that Donald Trump was qualified for an additional two years at work as "reparations" for a "bombed overthrow", which means the Mueller examination. Joe Biden has ventured to such an extreme as to anticipate the president will attempt to take the political decision.  Trump and his patrons straightforwardly discuss four terms in office. "In the event that you truly need to make them insane, state 12 additional years," the president clucks, in spite of express established injuries actually.  Indeed, even as questions encompassing its authenticity develop, the political decision expect ever more noteworthy hugeness. Michael Schmidt's first book is suitably captioned: "Inside the Struggle to Stop a President."  The Pulitzer-winni...
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A New Kind of Dinosaur Fossil Like a T-Rex Found on the Isle of Wight

The skeleton of an alosaur dinosaur head displayed at the auction house in Lyon Brotteaux Aguttes, France, December 5, 2016. The dinosaur, which is believed to have been extinct since 135 million years ago, was found in 2013. Paleontologists at the University of Southampton believe the four bones found last year on the Isle of Wight, Shanklin, England are fossil skeletons belonging to a group of theropod dinosaurs. It lived in the Cretaceous period, about 115 million years ago, and is estimated to have a length of up to 4 meters. Named Vectaerovenator Inopinatus, this dinosaur belongs to a group of dinosaurs that are similar to Tyrannosaurus rex (T-Rex) and modern birds. Launched by the BBC on Thursday (13/8/2020), the name refers to the large air sacs found in several bones on i...
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The floods in Sudan are getting worse, as many as 4,000 houses have been destroyed

A woman in a flooded area in Khartoum, Sudan KHARTOUM - As many as 20 people were killed and 13 others injured as a result of heavy rains and floods in various cities in Sudan. Heavy rain usually hits Sudan between June and October every year. This week, the country is experiencing heavy rain. "As many as 21 people were killed and 13 others injured when 3,945 houses were destroyed or badly damaged," said a statement from the Sudan Civil Defense Agency. The Sudanese news agency (SUNA) also reported that civil defense had sent aid by helicopter to 2,000 workers at a gold mine in the east of the country. The relief team also sent food and medical assistance, including antibiotics and medicine to the flood victims. Last week, the United Nations (UN) warned more than 50,000 p...