Portuguese authorities described the man as a refugee from Afghanistan who was receiving help from the Ismaili Community.
The National League for Democracy (NLD) is among dozens of parliamentary parties that were severely weakened by the military's 2021 coup against Suu Kyi's elected government and its crackdown on protests against its rule.
The move frees up the Chinese company’s main divisions from e-commerce and media to the cloud to operate with far more autonomy, laying the foundation for future spinoffs and market debuts.
If confirmed, it would mark a second high-profile split between Adidas and a celebrity partner, after the German sportswear giant ended its collaboration with Kanye West over his antisemitic comments.
"We've done what we need to do executively. I feel confident things are settling out. The markets seem to be responding," Biden told reporters before departing North Carolina to return to the White House.
Enrolments for undergraduate and post-graduate courses have surged over the past five years thanks to new funds for top universities as well as a boom in smaller private schools focused on shorter-term instruction.
The charge of conspiracy to violate the anti-bribery provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act raises to 13 the number of charges Bankman-Fried faces after he was arrested in the Bahamas in December and brought to the United States soon afterward. The indictment was returned on Monday.
Around half of those aged between 3 and 17 use TikTok and Snapchat, figures collected as part of the watchdog's annual survey of children's and parents' online attitudes showed.
The blaze broke out shortly before midnight at the National Migration Institute (INM) facility in Ciudad Juarez, prompting the mobilization of firefighters and dozens of ambulances.
The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for President Vladimir Putin over war crimes and considers aggression a crime but it has no jurisdiction over Russia, which is not party to the Hague tribunal.
Exchanges were quiet following the banking industry turmoil of recent weeks. Top financial regulators are set to appear at a Senate hearing later Tuesday.
Users can apply for loans between $50 and $1,000, which can be used for online and in-app purchases made on iPhone and iPad with merchants that accept Apple Pay, according to the company.
The assailant who opened fire at the Christian elementary school in Nashville on Monday was identified by officials as Audrey E. Hale, 28, a former student who lived in the area.
The payments came after Chinese officials in early 2021 froze some $1 billion in cryptocurrency trading accounts controlled by FTX affiliate Alameda, according to the filing.
A Danish artist famous for his towering wooden trolls sent fans on a worldwide quest on March 27 to find his latest creation. Thomas Dambo has created a complex treasure hunt to find "Moon Mother", his 100th troll sculpture, which he said has "crawled into the most secret spot in the forest" to give birth.
Members of Israel's Navy SEALs and other commando units went underwater to protest against PM Benjamin Netanyahu-led administration's decision on judicial overhaul. Israel was faced with one of the most widespread domestic crises in its history over the government's plans to change the way the judicial system works. Protestors claimed that the reforms will shield Netanyahu, currently on trial for alleged corruption.
Just six weeks before King Charles III is crowned at Westminster Abbey on May 6, a historic English pottery is working flat out to meet demand for the fine bone china souvenirs.
The Dalai Lama’s move to anoint the 10th Khalkha has caught Beijing by surprise; experts say the decision is an internal affair of the Dalai Lama-led Tibetan religious order
The Louvre Museum in Paris was closed to the public on March 27 when its workers took part in the wave of French protest strikes against the government's unpopular pension reform plans. The action comes on the eve of another nationwide protest planned for March 28 against the bill — and as Macron holds a meeting with Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne to discuss the way forward. The Louvre is always closed on Tuesday, so staff protested a day earlier.
Airports and bus and train stations across Germany were at a standstill on March 27, causing disruption for millions of people during one of the largest walkouts in decades in Europe's biggest economy as soaring inflation stokes wage demands. The 24-hour "warning" strikes called by the Verdi union and railway and transport union EVG were the latest in months of industrial action which has hit major European economies as higher food and energy prices dent living standards.
Under some of the proposed new conditions, Bankman-Fried would have a new phone with no internet capability and a basic laptop with limited functions, but be forbidden from using other electronic communication devices.
KCNA released photos of the warheads, dubbed Hwasan-31s, as leader Kim Jong Un visited the Nuclear Weapons Institute, where he inspected new tactical nuclear weapons and technology for mounting warheads on ballistic missiles, as well as nuclear counterattack operation plans.
Oxbotica will use Google Cloud infrastructure to create "scalable, safe, and reliable" autonomous driving solutions for its customers in last-mile logistics, agriculture, light industry, and public transport, the companies said.
The incident in the southern province of Asir highlights persistent challenges to safely transporting worshippers to Mecca and Medina, the holiest cities in Islam.
The social media giant will be assessing performance of employees, and those who get a rating of "met most expectations" in their 2023 year-end reviews will receive a smaller percentage of bonus and restricted stock award due in March 2024, the report said.