After Biden and Putin described their meetings as constructive and positive, Biden said the real test will come in the coming months.
"Our priority now is to make sure there are enough hospital beds, enough health workers, enough ventilators, and enough oxygen to give the best possible care to every person who needs it," President Cyril Ramaphosa said.
"We are aware of system issues and are working quickly to resolve," the airline tweeted. "We will share more info soon."
"America is back. We are committed —we have never fully left — but we are reasserting the fact it is overwhelmingly in the interest of the United States to have a great relationship with NATO and with the EU," President Joe Biden said, adding he has "a very different view than [his] predecessor."
One expected order of business is a revision of the NATO charter to include cyberattacks among the actions that would prompt a collective response from the alliance's member nations.
"This trial is clearly the opening salvo in an overall strategy to neuter Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy party as a force that can challenge military rule in the future," the deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch said.
"People are waiting to receive beds," Dr. Nabil bin Muhammed al-Lawait, the Muscat field hospital director, told state-run media. "There is great pressure on hospital beds...and a shortage of medical staff."
"We have been accused of all kinds of things," Putin said, "and not once, not once, not one time, did they bother to produce any kind of evidence or proof, just unfounded accusations."
The Group of Seven met Friday in Cornwall, England for the first in-person gathering in two years. The day also included a reception with Queen Elizabeth II, her son Prince Charles and her grandson Prince William.
"We made this change to ensure that we can accommodate as many individuals as possible as they rejoin the workforce," Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Executive Director Shelley Zumwalt said.
Aduhelm, an Alzheimer's treatment drug approved by the FDA this week, would cost $56,000 annually and raise Medicare premiums, according to a report.
The lawmakers were outraged that children and families were "putting their lives and safety at clear risk."
"This bill is not about the joy that people with disabilities bring to the world," state Senator Sarah Crawford said. "This bill is about controlling women. Simple as that."
"When I saw his friendly, lying look, I felt disgust, and I had a violent reaction," Damion Tarel told the court. "It was an impulsive reaction."
The dossier established "that Uyghurs have been targeted, rounded up, forcibly disappeared and deported from Tajikistan" back into China's western Xinjiang region "by Chinese operatives," the lawyers said in a statement.
"Tens of thousands of good jobs will be eliminated. We are protesting against that," the head of a Solidarity union chapter said.
"We have not yet clearly decided on the [alcohol] policy," Tokyo organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto told Japanese media Wednesday. "We hope to do so by the end of this month."
The Commerce Department will conduct its own "evidence-based" analysis of the apps to assess any national security risks related to user data collection or to Chinese military or intelligence activities.
"It is extremely concerning and at times frustrating," Africa CDC Director Dr. John Nkengasong told the Associated Press.
"EU states are encouraged to refrain from imposing further restrictions, unless strictly necessary and proportionate," Spanish Socialist lawmaker Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, who chaperoned the votes through parliament, said.
"It is a matter for the U.S. itself as to how to develop and enhance its competitiveness. But we firmly oppose the U.S. making an issue of China and treating China as an imaginary enemy," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
"Navalny's team will not stop its activities, they shouldn't hope for that," Ivan Zhdanov, a top Navalny associate who headed his foundation, said.
"This is disappointing to see," Ocasio-Cortex said in a tweet.
Navalny was given the award for his "extraordinary courage and heroic efforts to sound the alarm about the Putin regime's grave violations of the human rights of the Russian people," the executive director of UN Watch said.
"I'm not looking forward to this summer," Douglas Ruopp, chairman of Humane Borders said. "No matter what we do, people keep dying."
The report found that Capitol Police experienced bad intelligence, poor planning, faulty equipment and a lack of leadership during the attack. The force's incident command system "broke down during the attack," leaving officers on the front lines without orders.
"The success of Operation Trojan Shield is a result of tremendous innovation, dedication and unprecedented international collaboration," Calvin Shivers, assistant director of the FBI's Criminal Investigative Division, said.
"These are ordinary, common human problems," said the chief medical officer for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. "And I firmly believe that isolation and shame directly contribute to people not getting help."