A 17-year-old student is the fourth victim to die in a shooting at a high school in Michigan. Meanwhile, the alleged shooter, 15-year-old, Ethan Crumbley, has pleaded not guilty on 24 counts including terrorism and 1st degree murder as the attack is now being called ‘premeditated’ by the Oakland county prosecutor, who says they found video and journal entries of him talking about killing students. NBC’s Meagan Fitzgerald reports for TODAY.
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Jon Ralston, founder and CEO of the Nevada Independent, talks with Rachel Maddow about a story that formed the basis of Republican voter fraud claims in Nevada, only to have the man at the center of that story admit in court that he lied about voting on behalf of his own dead wife.
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Europe is once again the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic. In Germany, the rate of infections is climbing rapidly – prompting concerns about the health system’s ability to cope. The worrying spike has prompted Chancellor Angela Merkel to urge all unvaccinated people to get the jab. Germany has a lower vaccination rate than most other western European countries.
The Netherlands is also seeing a surge in coronavirus cases. The government has responded by imposing a partial lockdown. For the next three weeks bars, restaurants and shops will have to close early. Authorities are also calling on people to limit their social contacts. The Netherlands is the first country in western Europe to take this step – one that has coincided with the start of the holiday season.
Austria could approve a lockdown for only people unvaccinated against COVID-19. The government will meet later today to discuss the measure.
Russia has reported a new daily record number of coronavirus deaths. Over 1,200 were registered.
Vietnam has welcomed its first international tourists in almost 20 months after it closed its borders to contain the coronavirus. Two charter flights brought more than 400 fully vaccinated visitors from Japan and South Korea.
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Kaisa Group Holdings needs help to pay investors, workers and suppliers, the developer told a meeting of a Chinese government think-tank, banks and property firms, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.
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