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Hier — 19 janvier 2021The Independent - World

Los Angeles County pause cremation-limit to ease Covid body backlog

Par Gustaf Kilander

‘Over 2,700 bodies are currently being stored at hospitals and Coroner’s office’ an executive order said

China becomes first major economy to bounce back to pre-Covid growth

Par Sam Hancock

Unexpected success at the end of 2020 sees country achieve better growth than in previous year

À partir d’avant-hierThe Independent - World

Flight passenger who assisted dying man with Covid-19 says he was given $200 credit for ‘inconvenience’

Par Gustaf Kilander

Man who helped fellow passenger experiencing respiratory failure on plane said phone call and voucher from airline felt like ‘slap in the face’

Alexei Navalny: Russian court jails Kremlin critic for 30 days

Par Oliver Carroll

Mr Navalny urged his supporters to take to the streets at the weekend

What is impeachment and what does it mean for Trump?

Par Oliver O'Connell

Trump is the first president to be impeached twice

Portugal tightens lockdown as pandemic surge breaks records

Par Via AP news wire
Stricter lockdown rules are being enacted in Portugal as a surging COVID-19 pandemic sets grim records and pushes hospitals to the limit of their capacity

Belarus stripped of Ice Hockey World Championship over political concerns

Par Oliver Carroll

The decision comes after major sponsors expressed their discomfort with Belarus as a co-host

Japan suicide rates shoot up during second wave of pandemic

Par Shweta Sharma

Steep rises in suicides were seen among women, children and adolescents

Serbia becomes first European country to get China’s Covid vaccine

Par Joe Middleton

Country receives one million doses of the Sinopharm jab

Gen. Mark Milley key to military continuity as Biden takes office

Par Via AP news wire
When the incoming Biden administration takes charge of a Pentagon rocked by four years of leadership churn, it'll look mainly to one holdover to provide continuity

Leader of Cowboys for Trump arrested over Capitol riot: ‘I’m gonna take a stand for our country’

Par Via AP news wire
A New Mexico county official who runs a group called Cowboys for Trump and who had vowed to return to Washington after last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol to place a flag on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s desk has been arrested by the FBI

‘Quelle horreur’: This is not just a shortage, this is an M&S Paris Brexit shortage

Par Anthony Cuthbertson

Shoppers in the chain’s stores in the French capital are feeling the bite of the UK quitting the EU, reports Anthony Cuthbertson 

Governors express anger as Covid vaccine stockpile vanishes

Par Via AP news wire
Several governors expressed exasperation at the Trump administration after being assured that the federal government had enough vaccine stockpiled to speed up or expand state rollouts only to be later told those reserves don’t exist

Dirty old town: tackling air pollution in Karachi

Par Amar Guriro

Government officials put green stickers on vehicles fit for the road while owners of unfit vehicles are fined and given red stickers

Covid: India begins world’s largest vaccination drive targeting front line workers first

Par Stuti Mishra

Doctors tell The Independent there has been 'a very positive response’ as PM Modi launches vaccination programme aiming to reach 300 million people in its first phase

China miners: 12 trapped but still alive, note passed out of exploded gold mine reveals

Par Mayank Aggarwal

Time is running out with trapped miners suffering from a lack of water and fresh air

US-bound migrant caravan forced to sleep on highway amid Guatemala crackdown

Par Luis Echeverria

As many as 8,000 migrants and asylum seekers have entered Guatemala in hopes of reaching the US 

Jill Biden’s journey from ‘secret weapon’ to ‘radical’ first lady

Par Andrew Buncombe

Jill Biden becomes America’s first lady this week, a position that has no constitutional duties, but is weighted with challenges and expectations. Andrew Buncombe reckons it’s a role made for her

Ugandan opposition to challenge ‘fraudulent’ election result as two killed in protests

Par Sam Hancock

National Unity Platform claims to have ‘evidence of election malpractice’ in bid to throw out re-elected president

For families in Kashmir it’s a long wait for bodies as army probes allegation of ‘staged killings’

Par Shweta Sharma

A flashpoint for anti-India protests, Kashmir has seen a large number of ‘encounters’ in recent years where people accuse the army of fake killings, reports Shweta Sharma

Leading Putin critic Alexei Navalny arrested upon return to Russia after poisoning

Par Oliver Carroll

Russian president’s most determined foe detained  minutes after landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport

Thousands protest in Amsterdam against Dutch coronavirus lockdown

Par Bethany Dawson

Amsterdam police tweeted “Go home and keep 1.5 meters away”.

AP News Digest 2 p.m.

Par Via AP news wire

Here are the AP’s latest coverage plans, top stories and promotable content. All Times EST. For up-to-the minute information on AP’s coverage, visit Coverage Plan at

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s family hope jailed Briton could be freed in seven weeks

Par Tom Batchelor

Incoming US administration offers ‘additional possibilities’ for her case, says Dominic Raab 

Iran asks watchdog not to publish 'unnecessary' nuke details

Par Via AP news wire
State TV says Iran has urged the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog to avoid publishing “unnecessary” details on Tehran’s nuclear program

Statehouses, US capital brace for potentially violent week

Par Via AP news wire
Some capitols are closed, fences are up and extra police are in place at statehouses across the U.S. as authorities brace for potentially violent demonstrations over the coming days

The best (and worst) Inauguration Day moments in US history

Par Chris Riotta

Inauguration Day is a momentous occasion every four years, as thousands descend on Washington DC to witness a new president get sworn into office.

Dustin Higgs: Trump administration carries out 13th and final execution

Par Colin Drury

No American president since 19th century has approved so many federal killings

The Latest: UN: Pandemic reduced migrants by 2M by mid-2020

Par Via AP news wire
A new U.N. report estimates that the COVID-19 pandemic reduced the number of international migrants by 2 million by the middle of 2020 because of border closings and a halt to travel worldwide

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell brings notes to White House that suggest calling for ‘martial law if necessary’

Par Justin Vallejo

It comes after Mr Lindell tweeted, then deleted, calls for Donald Trump to impose martial law in the seven battleground states that delivered Joe Biden the presidency

India starts world's largest COVID-19 vaccination drive

Par Via AP news wire
India has started inoculating health workers in what is likely the world’s largest COVID-19 vaccination campaign, joining the ranks of wealthier nations where the effort is already well underway

Covid global death toll tops 2 million, Johns Hopkins data shows

Par Joe Middleton

The US has the highest overall death toll at more than 389,000

Dutch government resigns over childcare scandal

Par Eleanor Sly

A report found around 10,000 families were wrongly accused of fraud by the Dutch tax service 

Anger in states over pace of COVID-19 vaccine allotments

Par Via AP news wire
Uncertainty over the pace of federal COVID-19 vaccine allotments is triggering anger and confusion in some states

Ex lover of former king Juan Carlos tells court her life was threatened by Spanish spy

Par Graham Keeley

Trial threatens fresh embarrassment for scandal-tainted Spanish royal family

Contagious UK coronavirus strain will be widespread in US by March, experts claim

Par Graig Graziosi

America has a little more than a month before new strain expected to grip the nation

Pakistan government urged to act over online hate campaign directed at Independent and BBC journalists

Par Adam Withnall

For two weeks, journalists from Urdu editions of The Independent and BBC have faced death threats and had personal details published online

Paradise lost: How a Mexican party resort is facing environmental disaster

Par Sarah Bladen

The Caribbean idyll is becoming a victim of its own success and a hostage to the tourists it is attracting, reports Sarah Bladen in Tulum, Mexico

Ex-foreign correspondent reflects on risks for US reporters

Par Via AP news wire
There is increasing concern for the safety of journalists covering protests at state capitals across the U.S. and in Washington

Violent force used three times more often against leftwing protests by US police, new stats show

Par Gustaf Kilander

New stats come as law enforcement response to Captiol riots is scrutinized and compared to response to Black Lives Matter protests last summer

Inauguration Week 2020: A day by day guide to events

Par Louise Hall

 National Mall and Washington Monument both closed to public on day following safety concerns

Uganda opposition leader says military has seized his house

Par Rory Sullivan

‘We are in serious trouble,’ tweets presidential candidate 

Don’t go sledging in grounds of Nazi Buchenwald camp, visitors warned

Par Tom Embury-Dennis

Memorial criticises ‘disrespectful’ daytrippers for disturbing mass graves