Police said that up to six shots were fired outside the Massachusetts Department of Transportation depot, but no injuries were reported.
City officials rejected conclusions from an engineer hired by the condo association that the building is structurally sound.
The new measures include closing spas, limiting hours for public transit and restricting the opening times of markets and convenience stores.
"If there is such a loss of confidence in certain vaccines, then the government needs to order a third dose and free up the capacities for giving them," Budapest Deputy Mayor Ambrus Kiss said.
The announcement of no spectators attending events in Tokyo was widely expected after Japan placed the region under a state of emergency that is scheduled to last through the Summer Games.
Authorities said the ship was carrying containers full of unspecified "flammable materials."
"It's a crackdown on the editorial office in the worst Soviet-era tradition," Nasha Niva journalist Аrtsem Harbatsevich said.
Critics say Hungary's law, which went into effect Thursday, stigmatizes and marginalizes the LGBTQ community.
"The government has admitted by these changes that it has failed miserably in handling the pandemic as it should have," journalists and political analyst Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay said.
According to government data, COVID-19 patients need 1,928 tons of oxygen a day. The country's total available production capacity is 2,262 tons a day.
The attacks come as tensions continue to rise between U.S. troops and Iran-backed fighters after American airstrikes in Syria killed four Iraqi fighters late last month.
Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to weaken to a tropical depression as it moves up the mid-Atlantic coast on Thursday.
China has relied on lockdowns and mass testing to contain the COVID-19 virus.
Zuma was found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced to 15 months in prison after failing to appear in court before the commission investigating allegations of corruption during his presidency.
"We should use this as a lesson so that similar problems won't be repeated elsewhere in Japan," Osaka Governor Hirofumi Yoshimura said.
"We must not let their methods become the new normal," RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said in the report.
Elsa brings heavy rainfall and 85 mph winds as it moves through the Caribbean Sea.
President Joe Biden said that there is still no "firm proof" behind why the Surfside condominium collapsed last week as 147 people are still missing and eighteen confirmed dead.
Kim's message came a day after state media said he had told a powerful Politburo meeting that a "crucial" lapse in the anti-virus campaign has caused a "great crisis."
Trump's trip comes days after Vice President Kamala Harris visited with Border Patrol agents in El Paso.
During a live call-in show, Putin said the U.S. aircraft's mission was a "provocation" to test Moscow's response to the British vessel.
"It's clear that something significant happened and it was big enough to warrant a reprimanding of senior officials," Hong Min, a senior analyst at Seoul's Korea Institute for National Unification said.
A record 353 people died from gunshot wounds in Iowa last year, including both homicides and suicides, an Iowa Department of Public Health spokeswoman said.
The lawsuit accuses detective Eric DeValkanaere of violating Lamb's civil rights when he ran onto Lamb's property without a warrant and fatally shot Lamb.
"We have continued to expand our capacity, and as a result we're able to discharge more of these children into the hands of a responsible, vetted custodian, which then frees up a bed for another child," the Health and Human Services secretary said.
"Woman's Head" by Picasso and Mondrian's "Stammer Mill with Summer House" will go back on display nine years after they were stolen in January 2012.
"Finally, Zuma will find himself where he belongs—behind bars," said opposition politician Herman Mashaba in reaction to the sentence.
"There are significant road closures in place and we are asking people to avoid the area and keep windows and doors closed whilst firefighters work to bring the fire under control," Station Commander James Ryan said.
"The students of Puerto Rico have suffered enough," U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said. "It's time to get back to school safely and quickly."
The nation is reporting its highest number of new daily coronavirus cases since February, with hospital admissions increasing about 30 percent over the past week.