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Learn moreFor as long as I've lived in apartment buildings with older plumbing, I've relied on a water filter to make my tap water more palatable. My first choice was one of the best water filter pitchers, as it seemed easy to maintain and a cost-effective alternative to buying bottled water. Berkey Travel Berkey Water Filter System The stand-alone water filtration system uses gravity and activated charcoal filters to remove contaminants and store potable water in the 1.5-gallon lower chamber. If a freestanding filter system is too much of a commitment, consider a smaller countertop system or a filtering pitcher. Bernadette Machard de Gramont/Business InsiderThe Berkey systems are tried-and-true — I've been using the Travel Berkey at home for nearly two years now with no issues.
Persons: Bernadette Machard de, microfiltration, It's Organizations: Business, Shop, Machine
Make It has spoken with plenty of millionaires over the years and often asks them, "What do you refuse to spend money on?" "It's actually really fun being able to buy something and then choosing not to," he previously told CNBC Make It. Here's what he and four other self-made millionaires say they never spend money on. Fast fashionJonathan Sanchez, a self-made millionaire and founder of Parent Portfolio, maintains a low clothing budget by keeping things straightforward. That's Crush Your Money Goals founder Bernadette Joy's thinking when it comes to workout clothes.
Persons: Todd Baldwin, frugality, It's, Jonathan Sanchez, I'm, Steve Adcock, Adcock, Jim Cramer, wouldn't, Cramer, Bernadette Joy's Organizations: CNBC, Parent
I made a plan, paid off my debt in three years and ultimately became a millionaire in my thirties. Today, I run a coaching business called Crush Your Money Goals, where I teach others how to make their money work for them. Regardless of how much wealth I continue to build, these are seven frugal habits that I don't intend to quit— no matter how much money I have. I've even repurposed those extra toothbrushes and toothpastes to clean my shoes when they've gotten dirty from long walking tours. Why these frugal habits will always mean so much to me
Persons: I'm, Bernadette Joy, It's, I've Locations: Charlotte , North Carolina, Asia, Seoul
This is the opening scene from “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”, which first screened at Cannes Film Festival 30 years ago this month. In the film, Tick (Hugo Weaving) and Bernadette (Terence Stamp) help Adam (Guy Pearce) realize his dream of climbing King Canyon in full drag. “I think that’s definitely one of the most iconic looks,” drag artist and costumer Philmah Bocks told CNN. Bocks has been designing costumes for 30 years, having broken into the drag scene around the same time “Priscilla” was hitting screens. The film’s legacy can also be seen in Australia’s drag scene today and, since 2021, has been broadcast to new audiences via contestants on “Rupaul’s Drag Race Down Under”.
Persons: CNN —, Belrose, Hugo Weaving, Mitzi Del, Priscilla , Queen, , Tim Chappel, I’d, Elliott, Bernadette Bassenger, Terence Stamp, Adam Whitley, Felicia Jollygoodfellow, Guy Pearce, Priscilla, Queen, Bernadette, Adam, Chappel, ” Chappel, Susan Barber, Priscilla ”, Lizzy Gardiner, Oscar, Mitzi Del Bra, , Gloria Gaynor’s “, costumer Philmah Bocks, Bocks, Tim Chappel's, Priscilla ’, they’ve, couldn’t, I’ve, “ Priscilla ”, she’s, London’s, Katy Perry, they’re, Katy Perry’s, ” Bocks, Felicia Jollygoodfellow's, ” Stephan Elliott Organizations: CNN, Cannes Film, Miss Teen USA, Sydney, Cannes, Chappel, First Nations, Royce Locations: CNN — Sydney, Silicon, Sydney, Australia, Tasmania
Insider Today: Skip the supplements
  + stars: | 2024-04-20 | by ( Joi-Marie Mckenzie | )   time to read: +5 min
Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The singer's rollout strategy for "The Tortured Poets Department" — releasing zero singles and barely promoting — is a true power move. Bernadette RankinThis week's dispatchGet into destination dupesAre you sick of high prices to travel to your favorite destination across the pond? AdvertisementAccording to Expedia, one of the biggest trends of 2024 is destination dupes — places where you can travel for way less. More of this week's top reads:The Insider Today team: Joi-Marie McKenzie, editor-in-chief, in New York.
Persons: , Taylor, Bernadette Rankin, Expedia, That's, Graham Denholm, Chelsea Jia Feng, Taylor Swift, Amy Sussman, WireImage, Alex Garland, Garland, Michael Pollan, Tabitha Soren, subjug, Tyler Le, Broccoli, Carl Juste, Rebecca Zisser, Birkin, Robert Durst, Riley Keough, Lily Gladstone fictionalizes, Joi, Marie McKenzie, Jordan Parker Erb, Dan DeFrancesco, Lisa Ryan Organizations: Service, Department, Business, Boeing, Danish, Mount, Rights Management, Chelsea, Poets Department, Defense, Food, Miami Herald, Tribune, Getty, Augusta National Golf, Hulu Locations: California, Copenhagen, Netherlands, Mount Vernon , Washington, Paris, New York City, New York
Bernadette Joy started her money coaching side hustle because she wanted to work fewer hours per week — not more. In 2019, Joy was running a Charlotte, North Carolina-based business called Dressed, rented out bridesmaid dresses. She initially loved running her own business, but the experience stopped being fulfilling, she says. Joy works 20 hours per week from Mondays through Wednesdays, leaving her enough free time to sleep, travel and take hip-hop dance classes. I don't want to work all the time," Joy, 39, said during a recent CNBC Make It panel at SXSW.
Persons: Bernadette Joy, Joy, she's Organizations: Boston University, University of North, CNBC Locations: Charlotte, North Carolina, University of North Carolina
I've always dreamed of traveling to the Netherlands to visit the famous tulip festival. Instead, I visited Mount Vernon, Washington, during the height of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. AdvertisementThe Netherlands' legendary tulip fields have always been on my bucket list. After seeing the monthlong event referred to as "the Netherlands of the Northwest" by the festival's executive director, I knew I had to visit the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. AdvertisementIf you have time and don't mind paying the admission price for each farm, I highly suggest visiting all four participating Skagit Valley Tulip Festival farms.
Persons: I've, , Bernadette Rankin, Bernadette Rankin Next Organizations: Tulip, Service Locations: Netherlands, Mount Vernon , Washington, Skagit, Northwest Washington, Seattle, RoozenGaarde
Joy ran Charlotte, North Carolina-based Dressed, which started as a side hustle connecting people who owned bridesmaid dresses with people who wanted to rent them. It helped her pay off her student loans, quit her full-time job, hire employees and open a storefront. "I spent [three months] wrapped up in my blanket on my couch thinking, 'What am I going to do?' 1 tip for starting a side hustle: Try to monetize what comes naturally to you, instead of selling something just because you can. The show grew into a money-coaching business called Crush Your Money Goals, which helped Joy make $279,000 last year, or roughly $23,250 per month on average, according to documents reviewed by CNBC Make It.
Persons: Bernadette Joy, Joy, She'd Organizations: CNBC Locations: Charlotte, North Carolina
In 2019, that picture looked quite different: 29% of new business owners were women, according to Gusto. The US Census does not break out new business formation by gender, and the most recent available data on women-owned businesses is from 2021. The business growth and the community impact garnered her a Young Entrepreneur Award from the US Small Business Administration. Filling the (skilled trades) gapYelp also found that in 2023, women opened more new home services businesses than beauty businesses. “There has absolutely been an uptick in interest over the last few years in this [skilled trades] work” by women, Perez said.
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A quick internet search led me to pursue my dream bucket-list trip at Havasupai Falls. The first step in the journey was securing reservationsThe first part of planning my trip was securing permits to visit Havasupai Falls. We crossed the bridge one by one and ventured on until we got our first jaw-dropping look at the cascading Havasu Falls. AdvertisementOur favorite hike of the trip was on the Havasu Falls Trail, which stretches from Mooney Falls to Beaver Falls. We consoled each other by swearing that we'd be back again to see Havasupai Falls, a place we'd fallen hopelessly and insatiably in love with.
Persons: , van, Hilltop, Bernadette Rankin, I'm, Beyoncé, we'd Organizations: Service, First, Business, Las Vegas Locations: Havasupai, Las, Peach Springs , Arizona, Hilltop, Supai, Supai Village, Havasu, Little Navajo Falls, Navajo, Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls, Beaver Falls, Mooney, Havasu Creek
Growing up in New York as the eighth of nine kids, my immigrant parents had big homeowner dreams for me. Over the course of a decade, we bought and sold three properties: our first home, a four-bedroom house, and a two-bedroom condo. Here's why I'm so much happier now and don't regret leaving homeownership behind. At my rental, I can easily stroll to restaurants and parks, and I'm a five-minute drive to theaters, museums and galleries. I'm glad we didn't settle for something we didn't like as much, just to say we're homeowners.
Persons: We've Locations: New York, Charlotte , North Carolina, Charlotte
Located close to the impoverished Comoro islands off the East African coast, the former French colony has become the centre of fierce social unrest, with many residents blaming undocumented immigration for the deteriorating conditions. Much poorer than mainland France, Mayotte has been shaken by gang violence and social unrest for decades. Since January, island residents have been staging strikes and erecting roadblocks to protest against what they say are unacceptable living conditions, paralyzing large parts of local infrastructure. It comes less than three weeks after France's highest court scrapped large parts of a new immigration law designed to toughen access to welfare benefits for foreigners and curb the number of new arrivals into the country. Immigration is a hot-button issue in France, one of Europe's strongholds for far right anti-immigration parties.
Persons: Gerald Darmanin, Darmanin, Emmanuel Macron, Tassilo Hummel, Sophie Louet, Bernadette Baum Organizations: PARIS Locations: Mayotte, Madagascar, France, Republic
Indonesia Presidential Frontrunner Skips Press Freedom Event
  + stars: | 2024-02-11 | by ( Feb. | At A.M. | )   time to read: +2 min
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Two of Indonesia's three presidential contenders pledged to protect press freedom in the world's third-largest democracy at a weekend event that frontrunner Prabowo Subianto didn't attend. On the last day of campaigning, ex-Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan and ex-Central Java governor Ganjar Pranowo signed the National Press Council's written declarations to uphold democracy and press freedom. It was unclear if Prabowo, represented at the Saturday event by the head of his campaign team, signed the declaration. He denies the accusations, but critics have questioned Prabowo's commitment to protecting human rights. "Two of the main political teams have done Indonesian voters a service by sharing their views," said Elaine Pearson, Asia director at Human Rights Watch.
Persons: Prabowo Subianto didn't, Joko Widodo, Anies Baswedan, Ganjar Pranowo, Prabowo, pip, Rosan Roeslani, Rosan, Ganjar, Elaine Pearson, Bernadette Christina Munthe, Ananda Teresia, Kanupriya Kapoor, Tom Hogue Organizations: Central Java, National Press, Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch Locations: JAKARTA, Jakarta, Asia
Factbox-Policy Pledges of Indonesia's Presidential Candidates
  + stars: | 2024-02-06 | by ( Feb. | At P.M. | )   time to read: +5 min
(Reuters) - Three candidates are running in Indonesia's presidential election on Feb. 14. The following is a summary of policy objectives they have pledged while campaigning. ANIES BASWEDAN- Target 5.5%-6.5% average annual economic growth from 2025-2029- Create 15 million jobs, including 'green' jobs- Raise the tax-to-GDP ratio from 10.4% in 2022 to 13%-16% by 2029- Target annual inflation of 2%-3% from 2025-2029- Offer incentives for renewable energy projects- Impose a carbon tax with proceeds to be used as an endowment fund to finance development of renewable energy- Increase the 'village fund' to 5 billion rupiah ($317,965) for each village, from the current 1 billion rupiah. - Widen access to global markets for palm oil farmers- Strengthen free trade agreements and Indonesia's role in international financial institutions- Minimise imports of staple foods- Create 2 million new affordable housing units, including for informal workers, youth- Expedite forest conservation and rehabilitation projects- Limit new construction of, and retire existing coal-fired power plants, especially in Java, Bali islands- Review debt of state-owned enterprises, continue debt restructuring programme- Revise Jobs Creation Law with goal to ensure fair wages for workers- Evaluate the $32 billion new capital city project- Evaluate food estate programme, replacing it with contract farming, a scheme to ensure farm products will be sold- Impose a wealth tax on Indonesia's 100 richest people- Audit the nickel industry with focus on its impact on the environment and ensuring welfare of domestic workers- Strengthen the anti-corruption agency by revising the law that regulates it- Ease permitting requirements for building places of worshipGANJAR PRANOWO- Continue programmes of outgoing President Joko Widodo's administration- Target average annual economic growth of 7%- Create 17 million new jobs- Expedite construction of new capital city- Increase the defence budget as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) to between 1%-2%, from about 0.8% presently. Modernise military hardware- Target 30% share for renewable sources in energy mix by 2029- Allow more renewable energy producers to use electricity grids of state utility firms to boost green energy adoption- Set up a dedicated ministry for the palm oil sector- Maintain moratorium on deforestation, accelerate reforestation programmes- Create digital tax collection system under the new tax agency separated from finance ministry- Limit permit issuance of new nickel smelter to avoid a further oversupply- Expand social welfare to cover 15 million families, up from 10 million currently- Provide funding to ensure at least one member of a poor family receives education until college- Strengthen national anti-corruption agency- Maintain foreign policy of non-alignment- Strengthen Indonesia's commitment to support fight of Palestinian people- Revitalise the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and its decision-making process, especially regarding South China Sea disputes.
Persons: ANIES, GANJAR, Joko Widodo's, PRABOWO, Joko, Stanley Widianto, Ananda Teresia, Stefanno Sulaiman, Bernadette Christina Munthe, Martin Petty Organizations: Reuters, Association of Southeast Asian Nations Locations: Java, Bali, South
By Sam TobinLONDON (Reuters) - Madagascan President Andry Rajoelina's ex-chief of staff offered to use her influence to obtain bribes from precious stone miner Gemfields in exchange for help with lucrative mining rights, prosecutors told a London court on Tuesday. Romy Andrianarisoa, 47, is accused of seeking substantial payments from Gemfields between 2021 and 2023 to help the company expand its business into Madagascar. Prosecutor Alex Leach told jurors at Southwark Crown Court that Andrianarisoa was, at the time of the alleged offending, a "trusted adviser" to Rajoelina. At the meeting, Andrianarisoa "made it clear she had direct influence on the president", Leach added. He said Gemfields later approached Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) after it became clear Andrianarisoa and her associate Philippe Tabuteau were seeking a bribe.
Persons: Sam Tobin LONDON, Andry Rajoelina's, Romy Andrianarisoa, Andrianarisoa, Alex Leach, Leach, Sean Gilbertson, Gemfields, Britain's, Philippe Tabuteau, Tabuteau, Sam Tobin, Bernadette Baum Organizations: Southwark Crown, Crime Agency, NCA, Gemfields Locations: London, Gemfields, Madagascar, Southwark, Tabuteau
MANILA (Reuters) - At least 20 people have died after days of torrential rains in parts of the southern Philippines, provincial disaster agencies said on Monday. Thirteen people died in Davao de Oro province while two were missing, and seven people were killed in neighbouring Davao del Norte, disaster agency officials said. A northeast monsoon and trough of a low pressure area brought rains in southern Mindanao region from Jan. 28 to Feb. 2, resulting in deadly floods and landslides, data from the national disaster agency show. In mid-January, 18 people died due to floods and landslides triggered by heavy rains in southern Philippines. Landslides and floods are frequent in the Southeast Asian nation, an archipelago of more than 7,600 islands that is hit by about 20 tropical storms annually.
Persons: Neil Jerome Morales, Bernadette Baum Locations: MANILA, Philippines, Davao de Oro, Davao del Norte, Mindanao, Jan
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will announce plans on Monday to ban the sale of disposable vapes to prevent their use by children, and reiterate the government's intention to introduce a law preventing younger generations from buying tobacco. Under the new powers, there would be restrictions on vape flavours, a requirement for plain packaging, and changes to how vapes, or e-cigarettes, are displayed to make them less attractive to children. The World Health Organization (WHO) said in December all vape flavours should be banned. "That is why I am taking bold action to ban disposable vapes – which have driven the rise in youth vaping – and bring forward new powers to restrict vape flavours, introduce plain packaging and change how vapes are displayed in shops." The government says that along with the health benefits, the ban on disposable vapes would help the environment, with five million thrown away each week.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Sunak, vaping, Michael Holden, Bernadette Baum Organizations: British, World Health Organization, WHO, Vaping Industry Association
ANKARA (Reuters) - Two masked gunmen shot one person dead during Sunday service at a church in Istanbul, Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya said, adding that authorities were working to capture the assailants. Yerlikaya, who condemned the attack, said it took place around 0840 GMT at the Italian Santa Maria Catholic Church in the Sariyer district. "C.T., who was among those participating in the service, was the target of a gun attack by two masked individuals and sadly lost his life," the minister said on social media platform X, referring to the initials of the victim. Turkish officials tend to not use the full names of victims or perpetrators of attacks. Footage from the church showed several police cars and an ambulance outside the building.
Persons: Ali Yerlikaya, Yerlikaya, Bernadette Baum Organizations: Italian Santa Maria Catholic Church Locations: ANKARA, Istanbul, Italian, Sariyer
By Steven ScheerJERUSALEM (Reuters) - Air travel to and from Israel plunged in the last three months of 2023 amid the Israel-Hamas conflict, but the number of passengers travelling through Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv still rose 10% in 2023. The number of international travellers reached 21.1 million in 2023, up from 19.2 million in 2022, the Israel Airports Authority (IAA) said in a report on Sunday. But since then, traffic has plunged, culminating in a 78% drop in November and 71% dive in December, the IAA said. Ryanair was third with a 5.4% share, although its number of passengers dipped 12% in 2023. In 2023, 3 million tourists visited Israel, up from 2.7 million in 2022.
Persons: Steven Scheer JERUSALEM, Ben Gurion, Oz, Israel . Bar Oz, Steven Scheer, Bernadette Baum Organizations: Ben Gurion, Israel Airports Authority, Palestinian, Hamas, IAA, Al Israel Airlines, Ryanair, Israel ., Airlines, Lufthansa, Swiss, Tel Aviv . Air France Locations: Israel, Tel Aviv, Gaza, El Al, United States, York's JFK, France, Britain, Austrian, Aegean
By Sergio Goncalves and Joan FausLISBON/BARCELONA (Reuters) - Portugal's caretaker government has ordered cuts to the amount of water used in farmland irrigation and in urban environments including hotels in the tourism-dependent southern region of Algarve, where a severe drought has nearly emptied reservoirs. Across the Iberian peninsula, Spain's northeastern region of Catalonia is suffering its worst drought on record and authorities in the greater Barcelona area said on Thursday they would reduce water pressure in some towns' supply systems. If nothing was done in relation to moderation on the consumption side, we would reach the end of 2024 without water for public supply," he said. In the southern region of Andalusia, officials on Thursday said there would be water restrictions in big cities such as Seville, Cordoba or Malaga by the summer in the absence of substantial rain before then. (Reporting by Sergio Goncalves; additional reporting by Joan Faus in Barcelona and Emma Pinedo in Madrid; editing by Andrei Khalip and Bernadette Baum)
Persons: Sergio Goncalves, Joan Faus, Duarte Cordeiro, Emma Pinedo, Andrei Khalip, Bernadette Baum Locations: Joan Faus LISBON, BARCELONA, Algarve, Catalonia, Barcelona, Portugal, Andalusia, Seville, Cordoba, Malaga, Madrid
Tensions With Iran Add to Pakistan's Economic Challenges
  + stars: | 2024-01-18 | by ( Jan. | At A.M. | )   time to read: +3 min
Pakistan conducted strikes inside Iran, targeting separatist Baloch militants two days after Tehran said it had attacked the bases of another group within Pakistani territory. It is undergoing a tough $3 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout programme that pulled it from the brink of default last summer. Pakistan's international bonds fell after its foreign ministry said it conducted strikes inside Iran on Thursday, two days after Tehran attacked the bases of another group within Pakistani territory. Earlier in the day, Pakistan's benchmark share index fell 1.6% after Pakistan said it conducted strikes inside Iran, before recovering some ground. Pakistan's economic ties with Iran, while not huge, are important for Islamabad as it struggles to supply its western- most regions in Balochistan with critical commodities, including fuel and electricity.
Persons: Aneel Salman, Salman, Pakistan's, Hasnain Malik, Ariba Shahid, Karin Strohecker, Amanda Cooper, Bernadette Baum Organizations: Baloch, Monetary Fund, Liquified Petroleum Gas, Islamabad Policy Research Institute, Pipeline Locations: KARACHI, LONDON, Pakistan, Iran, Tehran, Tradeweb, Islamabad, Balochistan, Afghanistan, Russia, India, Karachi, London
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia has allowed three Boeing 737 MAX 9 planes to fly again after grounding them, as they have different configurations from a jet that was forced to make an emergency landing in the United States on Jan. 5, its transport ministry said on Thursday. A cabin panel broke off a new Boeing 737 MAX 9 jet operated by Alaska Airlines in mid-flight, leading to the grounding of the model and inspections by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). After grounding the three planes operated by Lion Air on Jan. 6 and later inspecting them, Indonesia's transport ministry said it had allowed them to fly again since Jan. 11. Lion Air said in a statement the planes had different configurations from the Alaska Airline plane. The transport ministry said the Lion Air planes had a "mid cabin emergency exit door type II" whereas the Alaska Airlines plane had a "mid exit door plug."
Persons: Stanley Widianto, Bernadette Christina, Mark Potter Organizations: Boeing, Alaska Airlines, U.S . Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, Lion Air, Lion, Alaska Airline Locations: JAKARTA, Indonesia, United States, Portland , Oregon, Ontario , California
Jordan Says Its Gaza Hospital Damaged by Israeli Shelling
  + stars: | 2024-01-17 | by ( Jan. | At A.M. | )   time to read: +1 min
AMMAN (Reuters) - The Jordanian army's military field hospital in Khan Younis in Gaza was badly damaged on Wednesday by Israeli shelling in the vicinity of the building, and the army said it held Israel "fully responsible for a "flagrant breach of international law." A hospital staff member was injured and would be flown back to Jordan for treatment while a patient was hit with shrapnel, the army said in a statement. The government will take all the measures necessary as a result of the aggression," the statement said, without elaborating. The Israeli military could not immediately be reached for comment. The kingdom, which has been among Arab neighbours pushing Israel to allow more aid, is the only country that airdrops aid to Gaza, channelling it through these two medical facilities.
Persons: Jordan, Suleiman Al, Khalidi, Andrew Cawthorne, Bernadette Baum Organizations: Hamas, Food Programme Locations: AMMAN, Jordanian, Khan Younis, Gaza, Israel, Jordan, channelling
She was kidnapped by Matthew Muller in Vallejo, California, in the middle of the night. When Huskins reappeared after her ordeal, Vallejo police accused her of staging the abduction as a hoax. Muller was ultimately ID'd as Huskins' kidnapper, and the Vallejo police eventually apologized publicly to Huskins for the labeling her ordeal a hoax. AdvertisementMuller was indicted in a Sacramento federal court on kidnapping charges in October 2015, nearly seven months after Huskins' abduction. AdvertisementBut state charges for the rape of Huskins were filed in Solano County Superior Court against Muller in 2018.
Persons: Denise Huskins, Matthew Muller, Muller, , Felicity Morris, Bernadette Higgins, Huskins, Aaron Quinn, Quinn, fiancée, Andrea Roberts, Vallejo, Gillian Flynn's, David Fincher, Amy Dunne, Rosamund Pike, Nick Dunne, Ben Affleck, Quinn weren't, Misty Carausu, " Muller, Phillip A, Talbert, Huskins hadn't, he'd, Muller wasn't, He's Organizations: Service, San Francisco, Authorities, Netflix, Dublin, FBI, San Francisco Chronicle, US, Court, Napa State Hospital, CBS, FCI Tucson, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Vallejo Locations: Vallejo , California, partner's California, South Lake Tahoe, Huntington Beach, Vallejo, Dublin , California, Netflix's, Dublin, Huntington, South Lake, South, Tahoe, Sacramento, Alameda, Solano County, Napa, Arizona
The two members of the former Law and Justice (PiS) government - of which President Andrzej Duda is an ally - announced they were going on a hunger strike after their imprisonment. It couldn't immediately be determined which court Duda was referring to, and the order could not immediately be confirmed by Reuters. PiS has sought to portray Kaminski and Wasik as political prisoners, a description that has been rejected by the government and human rights activists. "Today I received information from the wife of Mariusz Kaminski that... a court order has been made that he should be force-fed," Duda told reporters at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos. In that case, lawyers questioned whether Duda had the power to pardon Kaminski before an appeals court issued a final ruling.
Persons: Mariusz Kaminski, Maciej Wasik, Andrzej Duda, Duda, PiS, Kaminski, Wasik, Bodnar, Adam Bodnar, Donald Tusk, Alan Charlish, Bernadette Baum Organizations: Law, Justice, Reuters, European Union, Economic Locations: WARSAW, Warsaw, Swiss, Davos
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