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Tidligere generaladvokat ved EU-Domstolen kritiserer Hækkerups lognings-forslag

Version2 - Seneste nyheder - Tue, 01/18/2022 - 09:30
Danmarks nuværende lovgivning om telelogning er af EU-Domstolen kendt ulovlig. Derfor har justitsminister Nick Hækkerup (S) fremlagt en lovændring, men den er ifølge tidligere generaladvokat ved EU-Domstolen heller ikke tilstrækkelig.
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DIF udtager grønlandsk skiskytte til vinter-OL

DR Sporten - Tue, 01/18/2022 - 07:59
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Fire patches på en uge: Millioner af nye brugere presser dansk spiludvikler

Version2 - Seneste nyheder - Tue, 01/18/2022 - 03:45
Deep Rock Galactic fik fordoblet antallet af spillere til 10 millioner efter den første uge, hvor spillet var en del af Sony's Playstation+-abonnement. Spillets danske udvikler, Ghost Ship Games, er overvældet over den fine modtagelse, men med de mange nye spillere er der også opstået en ræk...
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Mexico missing: 'If I find a body, I recover a piece of my son'

BBC News - World - Tue, 01/18/2022 - 01:01
With nearly 100,000 disappeared people in Mexico, families have taken on the search themselves.
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Purges and piranhas: Why we love a crazy North Korea story

BBC News - World - Tue, 01/18/2022 - 01:01
North Korea is frequently the subject of news stories in Western media. But many stories are unfounded or blown out of proportion.
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KARAKTERER I Gidsels fravær stjal skarp skytte rampelyset mod Nordmakedonien

DR Sporten - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 23:04
Trods sparede profiler vandt de danske håndboldherrer med ti i den sidste EM-gruppekamp.
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Efter tre storsejre står Danmark et godt sted, inden de store drenge venter i mellemrunden

DR Sporten - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 22:50
Danmark vandt 31-21 over Nordmakedonien og er klar til mellemrunden ved EM i håndbold med tre sejre i gruppespillet.
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Danmarks enorme bredde spiller med musklerne og sætter ubesejret kurs med EM-mellemrunden

DR Sporten - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 21:59
Danmark vandt 31-21 over Nordmakedonien i den tredje og sidste kamp i gruppespillet ved EM i håndbold.
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Three major cruise lines just postponed sailings on 18 ships — here are all the cruises that have been canceled amid the Omicron surge

Businessinsider - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:28
Royal Caribbean's Spectrum of the Seas cruise ship docked in Hong Kong in October 2021.
  • Norwegian has postponed sailings across 12 cruise ships amid a spike in COVID-19.
  • Two Royal Caribbean Group cruise lines have also paused sailings on six ships.
  • These are all the cruise ships Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, and Celebrity have postponed.

Three major cruise lines have canceled sailings on a combined 18 ships as COVID-19 continues to spike around the world amid spread of the Omicron variant.

The majority of cruise ships sailing in the US have reported COVID-19 outbreaks in the last several weeks, according to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These ongoing outbreaks have barred cruise ships from docking at ports of calls, forced passengers to quarantine aboard ships, and infected crew members

Amid these disruptions, Norwegian and Royal Caribbean have postponed several sailings, citing travel restrictions or the COVID-19 outbreak. Almost 250 cruises were set to sail throughout the first month of 2022, but this ongoing rise in COVID-19 cases could continue to cause further cancellations.

These are all the cruise vessels now facing cancelations:

Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Pearl in Amsterdam.

In early January, Norwegian announced it will be canceling itineraries aboard eight ships due to "ongoing travel restrictions." Shortly after, the cruise line began reporting additional postponements, bringing the total to 12 vessels:

  • Norwegian Pearl — postponed through January 17 
  • Norwegian Dawn — postponed through January 18 
  • Norwegian Getaway — postponed through January 19 
  • Norwegian Escape — postponed through January 22 
  • Norwegian Joy — postponed through January 22 
  • Norwegian Breakaway — postponed through January 23
  • Norwegian Sky — postponed through February 25 
  • Pride of America — postponed through February 26 
  • Norwegian Jade — postponed through March 3 
  • Norwegian Star — postponed through March 19
  • Norwegian Sun — postponed through April 19 
  • Norwegian Spirit — postponed through April 23
Royal Caribbean Cruise LineRoyal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas ship.

Citing "ongoing COVID-related circumstances," Royal Caribbean has also canceled sailings aboard five ships:

  • Vision of the Seas — postponed until March 7
  • Serenade of the Seas — postponed until April 26
  • Jewel of the Seas — postponed until February 20
  • Symphony of the Seas — postponed until January 29
  • Independence of the Seas — postponed until January 22, 2022

The Vision of the Seas is currently being used as a quarantine vessel for Royal Caribbean crew who have contracted COVID-19.

Celebrity Cruises

The Celebrity Eclipse in April 2010.

Royal Caribbean Group's Celebrity Cruises has canceled four sailings from March 26 through April 16 aboard the Celebrity Eclipse, which has yet to return to service, a spokesperson for the cruise line told Insider on Monday.

Are you a cruise ship worker or did you recently contract COVID-19 on a cruise ship? If you have a story to share, email this reporter at bchang@insider.com.

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Texas synagogue siege: Rabbi describes escape from gunman

BBC News - World - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:20
Charlie Cytron-Walker was one of four people taken hostage by British citizen Malik Faisal Akram.
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Texas rabbi says he threw chair at hostage-taker before escaping

Al Jazeera - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:18
Charlie Cytron-Walker says he 'saw an opportunity' and managed to flee with two other hostages after 10-hour ordeal.
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Several protesters killed in Sudan anti-coup rallies

Al Jazeera - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:16
Security forces kill several protesters, medics and an activist say, as thousands demonstrate against military coup.
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Janet Yellen says in MLK Day speech that the US economy has 'never worked fairly for Black Americans'

Businessinsider - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:13

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen attends the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington on September 30, 2021.
  • Janet Yellen said on Monday that the US economy has "never worked fairly for Black Americans."
  • The US Treasury Secretary's remarks were delivered on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Yellen also said there's "much more" work to do to narrow the racial wealth divide.

The US economy has "never worked fairly for Black Americans" and there's more work to do to narrow the racial wealth divide, Janet Yellen said during a speech delivered on Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day.

The Treasury Secretary referenced in her remarks Dr. King's historic "I Have a Dream" speech, in which he likened the words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence to a "promissory note to which every American was to fall heir."

"It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as her citizens of color are concerned," Dr. King said, in the 1963 speech. "Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked insufficient funds."

During her pre-recorded remarks, which were delivered during Rev. Al Sharpton's annual National Action Network breakfast in Washington, DC, Yellen said Dr. King's words were more than a metaphor.

"He knew that economic injustice was bound up in the larger injustice he fought against," Yellen said. "Our economy has never worked fairly for Black Americans, or really any American of color."

Yellen said the Biden Administration is working to change that. She pointed to recent achievements within the Treasury Department, including:

But, she said, "there's much more work the Treasury needs to do to narrow the racial wealth divide."

Yellen is one of many US leaders, including President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, who spoke on Monday to commemorate what would have been Dr. King's 93rd birthday.

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Ark Invest's Cathie Wood points to El Salvador's bitcoin push as one way innovation is making people's lives better

Businessinsider - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:12
A woman withdraws money from a bitcoin ATM in El Salvador.
  • Cathie Wood noted El Salvador's bitcoin adoption has doubled how many citizens can access financial services.
  • The Ark CEO believes allocating capital to innovation will benefit people's lives around the world in the long run.
  • Through mobile phone technology, billions of people worldwide have been able to access financial services, Wood noted.
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El Salvador's grand bitcoin ambitions may have hit a snag in the crypto slump, but one markets star has a good word for them: Ark Invest's Cathie Wood.

Asked whether the finance industry increases wealth inequality, Wood told Time magazine that allocating capital to innovation will benefit people's lives around the world in the long run.

The widely followed investor pointed to El Salvador, where she believes President Nayib Bukele's bitcoin push has given citizens financial opportunities that they didn't have before.

"The president in El Salvador is giving $30 of bitcoin to every eligible adult," she said in the Time interview published Sunday.

"And what we've seen there is that, roughly, whereas only 1.2 million people have access to financial services, 3 million people now have access to new banking services and new financial services, thanks to blockchain technology."

Bitcoin became legal tender in El Salvador in September, making it the first country in the world to do so. The Central American country has developed its own digital wallet, called "Chivo," which lets people withdraw money from more than 200 ATMs.

Through mobile phone technology, billions of people worldwide have been able to access financial services, Wood noted. This, coupled with blockchain technology, will go a long way to bridging the gap between rich and poor, she believes.

"So in my book, the more we can allocate capital to innovation, the better we can make people's lives around the world," she said.

El Salvador's millennial president is known for trading bitcoin on his phone. As the leading cryptocurrency has fallen, he has touted buying the dip and the Central American country has increased its holdings to about 1,391 bitcoins, according to a Bloomberg analysis.

Recent drops in bitcoin have cost El Salvador around $10 million, Bloomberg estimates. Bitcoin was at $42,262, down about 2.5% on the past 24 hours on Monday, according to CoinMarketCap data. Trading volume was relatively unchanged over the past week.

Despite the slump, other countries and even several US cities have revealed bitcoin plans, and Rio De Janeiro's Mayor said last week he would invest 1% of the city's reserves in the cryptocurrency. 

Elsewhere in the interview, Wood told Time that Ark shares its strategy for investing in innovation freely, so that individual investors know what's coming. 

The Ark CEO and founder became a household name after the firm's flagship Ark Innovation ETF (ARKK) had a bumper year in 2020, when it rose 150%. While the fund has faltered recently — it fell 38% in 2021 — Wood's opinion is highly regarded by many retail investors. 

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'Humøret er fint og alt er godt'. Alligevel kan gratis kamp tage dansk EM-stemning til nye højder

DR Sporten - Mon, 01/17/2022 - 18:11
Nikolaj Jacobsen varsler slutrundedebuter i Danmarks sidste puljekamp inden EM's mellemrunde.
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