England and Man Utd star Maguire 'fully co-operating' in Greece after reports of police brawl
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire is due in court following his arrest on the island of Mykonos, Greek police have said.
The England footballer was arrested following an alleged fight along with two other Britons.
Police said there had been an altercation and an exchange of words with officers, and that the three men would appear before a prosecutor on the nearby island of Syros.
Manchester United said the club had been made aware of an "alleged incident" involving their player and had made contact with him.
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Nearly 300 Rohingya have come ashore in Aceh, on the northern tip of Indonesia's Sumatra island, authorities said, in one of the biggest such landings by the persecuted Myanmar minority in years, after a months-long voyage at sea during which more than 30 refugees are thought to have died.
The group, mainly women and children, were spotted at sea by locals who helped them land near Lhokseumawe early on Monday, according to Munir Cut Ali, head of Ujong Blang village.
"We saw a boat coming ashore in Ujong Blang and so then we helped them land safely," Ali told the AFP news agency.
At least one member of the group - 102 men, 181 women and 14 children - was ill and had to be rushed to a local hospital for treatment, according to the area's military chief Roni Mahendra.
It was not immediately clear how long the Rohingya had been at sea or what type of vessel they arrived in.
Al Jazeera's Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta, Indonesia. Health Secretary Matt Hancock explained the decision to MP's speaking of the areas announced having an infection rate that have over 100 cases per 100,000 which he called 'concerning'.
Stoke-on-Trent say they made the request for the move itself while Coventry and Slough have not responded.
It will mean people will be banned from meeting those from other households indoors, whether that's in their home or in a pub from Saturday.
The three-tier system for England was unveiled by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a bid to simplify the rules, as countries see a winter spike. The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police sparked protests nationwide against police brutality and racial injustice. CBS News' Brandi Kellam spoke with local leaders in Minneapolis to find out what has changed in their community outreach in the aftermath of Floyd's death. Colombia suspended national and international flights at the end of March, in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus. On Sept 1, the country approved a select number of national flights.
One of the airports to resume operations is International El Dorado Airport in Colombia's capital.
El Dorado Airport gave CGTN a first look at biosafety protocols in place at the airport - regular temperature checks, cleaning crews, and new check-in equipment to help reduce wait times.