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Milley “is working remotely and isolating himself from contact with others,” Butler said, and “can perform all of his duties from the remote location.””He has received the COVID-19 vaccines including the booster,” Butler said.According to the statement, Milley most recently had contact with President Joe Biden on Wednesday, January 12, at Gen. Raymond Odierno’s funeral.”He tested negative several days prior to and every day following contact with the President until yesterday,” Butler said.”All other Joint Chiefs of Staff except for one tested negative for COVID-19 yesterday,” he added.This story is breaking and will be updated.

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Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte is unlikely to happen in March with the purse bids now set for Friday, according to Eddie Hearn.Mandatory challenger Whyte has been unable to agree to terms with Fury after the WBC ordered an 80/20 purse split in favour of the reigning champion.Speaking to the 5 Live Boxing podcast, Hearn said: “People keep talking about March dates – that’s starting to look unrealistic for a fight of this magnitude.”Fury’s co-promoter Frank Warren told BBC Sport last week that the targeted date was 26 March, but Hearn says April is far more likely. “Either March, April,…

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SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingThis video can not be playedTo play this video you need to enable JavaScript in your browser.The rabbi of a Texas synagogue who was taken hostage on Saturday has described how he threw a chair at the gunman in order to escape. He and two other hostages were then able to get out “without a shot being fired”, following a 10-hour siege. The hostage-taker, named as British citizen Malik Faisal Akram, was shot dead after a stand-off with police.US President Joe Biden has described the hostage-taking incident as “an act of terror”. It began at around 11:00…

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SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, ReutersFar-right French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour has been fined €10,000 (£8,350) by a Paris court for hate speech.The case was launched over a TV appearance, where he described unaccompanied migrant children as “thieves”, “rapists” and “murderers”. Former broadcaster Zemmour is known for his anti-Islam and anti-immigration views.His lawyer said he would appeal against the court’s decision.Reacting to the verdict on social media, Zemmour complained that his freedom of speech was being restricted, and said there was an “urgent need to drive ideology out of the courts”. He made the comments in September 2020 on the…

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The HGTV star took to Instagram to post a picture of herself and Hall with the caption, “Too fast, too soon, too blah blah blah.. that feeling of pure bliss / those deep convos, love is what it is.” She has since rewritten the caption as a series of emojis. The couple got engaged in September after a few months of dating.Haack was previously married to her “Flipping 101” co-star, Tarek El Moussa, who she divorced in 2018. She married TV host Ant Anstead later the same year. They divorced in 2021. She has two kids with Moussa and a…

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Everton are interested in Belgium manager Roberto Martinez returning to the club and have made initial contact with the Belgian Football Association.Belgium are reluctant to lose the Spaniard, 48, with the World Cup in Qatar in November and believe they will retain his services.Martinez is high on the Toffees’ list of contenders to succeed Rafael Benitez, who was sacked on Sunday.He managed Everton from 2013 until he was sacked in 2016.He then became Belgium manager in August 2016, achieving a third-place finish at the 2018 World Cup, and he is also technical director of the national team.Belgium, the world’s number…

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Over the past 13 years since our greatest joy came into the world, the Supreme Court has twice-over gutted the Voting Rights Act of 1965, a historic bill Yolanda’s grandfather and countless other non-violent resistance leaders bled to secure. In the year between Yolanda’s 12th and 13th birthdays, state legislatures passed 34 suppressive laws in 19 states that make it harder for people to vote, including a draconian law in our home state of Georgia that criminalizes handing out water to voters waiting in long lines.The same forces that schemed to oppress Black and Brown Americans when Dad was assassinated…

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Burnley has requested Tuesday’s Premier League game at home against Watford be postponed because of a high number of injuries and Covid-19 cases in the squad.The fixture was originally due to be played in December but was called off because of an outbreak at Watford.The Clarets’ game against Leicester on Saturday was also postponed.A Premier League statement said the latest request would be reviewed later on Monday.League rules say a club must play a game if they have 13 outfield players and one goalkeeper available.If the game is postponed, it will be the 22nd top-flight match this season to be…

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“The expected  change regarding  the use of Visa credit  cards  on Amazon.co.uk  will no longer take place on January 19,” the company said in an email to customers.”We are working  closely  with Visa on a potential solution  that will enable  customers to continue using their Visa credit cards  on  Amazon.co.uk.” Amazon (AMZN) said in November it would ban Visa’s card because of the high transaction fees charged by the payment processor.It said customers could still use Visa’s debit cards, along with Mastercard and Amex credit cards and Eurocard.A Visa spokesperson said on Monday: “Amazon customers can continue to use Visa cards on Amazon.co.uk after January 19 while we work closely together to reach an agreement.”Visa had said in November it was “very disappointed that Amazon was threatening to restrict consumer choice”.An EU-enforced cap on fees charged by card issuers is no longer in place in the United Kingdom following Brexit.

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