Unfortunately, the place: the city prohibits walking a dog during the day
A city in southwestern China banned walking dogs during the day and completely banished animals from parks, shopping centers, sports facilities and other public places.
The regulation issued by the city of Wenshan in the Yunnan province on October 29 was named the most restrictive in the country where the dog's property has long been subject to strict regulations.
For the founder of communist China, Mao Zedong, possession of pets was considered a manifestation of the bourgeoisie, but revived in the last decades, when the Chinese were more affluent, but they had smaller families.
However, in many cities, there are still regulations on the size of dogs in a given area, and Beijing prohibits large dogs from the city center. Dog parks are rare, and dogs almost always have to be on a leash.
However, Wenshan's ban seems to go beyond saying that dogs can only be outside by 7 am and after 10 pm.
He also says that leashes can not be longer than 1 meter (3 feet), and dogs can only be walked by adults.
Despite the newly discovered popularity of dogs, many Chinese remain suspicious of the presence of wild or released dogs. Rabies spread by unvaccinated dogs also represent a significant number of around 2,000 deaths due to diseases that the World Health Organization counts in China each year.
Officials to vote under watch in the face of a large turnout
Federal and state officials have been working for almost two years to strengthen the national electoral infrastructure against cyber attacks by Russians or others who want to disrupt the voting process.
It turns out that many problems are closer to home.
Earlier voting before the mid-term elections on Tuesday revealed many problems related to voting and registration systems across the country – from machines that changed electoral choices to registration forms ejected due to clerical errors.
Voters and electoral groups fear that voter confidence in the results can be undermined if these problems become even more common on election day because millions of Americans go to polls to decide on decisive races for Congress and the governor.
There are fears that last-minute judgments regarding voter identity requirements, consideration of ballot papers in absence and other issues in several countries will cause confusion among voters and survey staff.
"We expect voters to be overwhelmed, just like voters are overwhelmed, and there will be many preliminary votes," said Sara Henderson, head of the joint case in Georgia, where voting rights groups raise numerous concerns about electoral security and access to voting.
Problems arise as a result of growing interest in registration and attendance at the beginning of voting, far ahead of what is usually observed during medium-term elections.
Elections mean the first vote in the whole country since Russia elected the state electoral systems in the 2016 presidential race. Federal officials, states and local work to make the electoral system in the United States safer. They have strengthened cyber security protection and improved communication and information sharing.
The US Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and other federal agencies have opened a command center to help electoral offices in the country and in local elections with serious problems that arise.
"We want them to be well informed," said Matt Masterson, senior cyber security advisor at the Department of Homeland Security.
Until now, there were no signs that Russia or another foreign actor tried to implement cyber attacks against the voting system in any state, according to the federal authorities.
But earlier voting and voter registration were problematic in many countries. Problems include defective machines in Texas and North Carolina, inaccurate envelopes in Missouri and Montana, and problems with voter registration in Georgia and Tennessee.
In other states, including Kansas, electoral venues were closed or consolidated on election days, which led to fears that voters would be deprived of electoral rights if they could not find a place and vote.
Questions about the integrity of the elections have erupted in recent days in Georgia, where the Governor's race is one of the most closely watched elections in the country.
A dormant Utah mayor in Afghanistan called on Americans to vote
The body of the mayor of Utah and a member of the National Guard of the Army who died in Afghanistan was returned to the Dover Air Force base in Delaware.
Military officers say the 39-year-old mayor of the northern outbreak of Brent Taylor was shot dead on Saturday by the Afghan commando he trained, and then he was killed by Afghan forces. His wife, parents and eldest children received the body.
Major Taylor expected to return in January as Mayor Taylor. His death leaves his wife, Jennie and their seven children.
His remains are coming back, just as the Americans were ready to vote on election day. Taylor himself urged the Americans to use "their valuable voting rights" in their last post on Facebook, which united democracy with the home.
A man killed in the third shark attack in Australia
The man died after a shark attack on the north-eastern Australian Whitsunday Islands, just over a month after two people were seriously injured as a result of various incidents in the same area.
All three attacks took place in Cid Harbor, a picturesque bay surrounded by beaches in the popular tourist area on the north coast of Queensland.
The last attack took place on Monday, when a 33-year-old man from Victoria suffered fatal injuries.
The man was on a sailing holiday with ten friends, and the group wandered around the water rowing deck, police from Queensland said. When the man jumped off the board, he was attacked by a shark.
Steve O & # 39; Connell, Whitsundays patrol inspector, told reporters that a man had lost a lot of blood and was arrested.
Friends and rescue teams on the scene tried to resuscitate a man until he was transported by plane to the nearby Mackay Base hospital, but he was injured.
Police said on Tuesday that they did not publicly disclose this man because they were still working to get in touch with their loved ones.
Police in Whitsunday, as well as boat and fishing patrol and Marine Safety Queensland, conduct patrols warning people not to swim in the waters close to the incident.
Ben McCauley, one of the members of the RACQ CQ rescue team who helped transport the man to the hospital, described the scene as "gruesome", according to CNN Seven News.
"It was one of the most difficult situations for everyone involved: the scene is what you imagine a shark attack: a lot of blood, a lot of confusion," he said.
The attack is the third major incident involving sharks in the Cid port in less than two months.
On September 20, the 12-year-old girl was in a bad condition after the shark bit her in the leg.
Less than a day earlier, 46-year-old Tasmanian tourist Justine Barwick suffered serious injury to the left thigh. The shark bite left her with heavy bleeding and required immediate surgery.
Fox & # 39; s Hannity speaks on stage during the Trump campaign rally
Sean Hannity spoke from the scene of the last electoral rally of President Donald Trump on Monday after the Fox News Channel and its most popular personality insisted that he did not want it that day.
Hannity appeared on the podium in the arena in Missouri after being called to the stage by Trump. On the stage with the president also appeared another Fox News hostess, Jeanine Pirro.
"By the way, all these people in the back are false news," Hannity told the audience.
It was an amazing scene after the information network worked on Monday to determine the distance between Hannity and the campaign. Trump's campaign heralded Hannita as a "special guest" at the rally, but Fox said it was not. Hannity himself wrote on Twitter: "To be clear, I will not fight on the stage with the president.
But Trump called him on stage, saying: "They are exceptional, they have done an amazing job for us, they have been with us from the very beginning."
Hannity embraced the president when he appeared on stage, and after bouncing off traditional trumpets, Trumpa recited some economic statistics.
The Fox News spokeswoman did not immediately ask for a comment.
"Either Fox News lied all day about their direct cooperation with the Trump campaign, or the network simply has no control over Sean Hannity," said Angelo Carusone, chairman of the media authority Media Matters for America, who called Hannity's advertising boycott in the past. "This is a problem, it is dangerous for democracy and a threat to the free press."
Hannity has been reprimanded by Fox in the past. In 2016, he was part of Trump's political film, which Fox said he did not know about it earlier and told Hannity not to do it anymore. When Fox found out in 2010 that the Tea Party announced that Hannity would appear at one of his gatherings, Fox said he did not approve the arrangement and ordered him to return to New York.
Monday's rally performance was not shown on the Fox News Channel, but was broadcast on C-SPAN.
The title "Sexiest Man Alive" goes to Idris Elba
Idris Elba can not be the next James Bond, but he is "the sexiest man live" for 2018.
The 46-year-old Elba is a 33-year-old handsome man who won the honor of the People magazine, which was announced on Monday evening at "The Tonight Show" by NBC host Jimmy & # 39; y Fallon.
In response to recognition, the star "Thor" said she was "very happy about it, my mother will be very, very proud." Elba flashed a shy smile at Fallon's request, bent his biceps and thanked the magazine.
Elba took his time in the spotlight to encourage fans to fulfill their civic duties on Tuesday, tweeting: "I am honored and grateful, and even more important is your vote in the parliamentary elections. Your vote can make a difference!"
Elba, who found her groundbreaking role as drug-king Russell "Stringer" Bella on HBO's "The Wire," has starred in dozens of television series and movies throughout her career, including in the movie "Thor" by Marvel.
The actor is engaged to Sabrina Dhowre, with whom he has been dating for over a year.
A native of the United Kingdom, he is one of a handful of color people who have been honored since the inaugural "Sexiest Man Alive" widespread in 1985, including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (2016) and Denzel Washington (1996).
Blake Shelton received the title in 2017, which caused mixed reactions online. Shelton joked that "you all have to run away from people, like, wow, we're down to someone who's a bit symmetrical."