Sunday 14th March, Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
The controversies surrounding the murder of Sarah Everard whose suspected killer is a police officer, has been doing rounds for few weeks now, making the public and politicians to protest the stand taken by the police . Things took a nasty turn when the police used heavy-handed tactics in breaking up an outdoor vigil organised for the dead.
Mexican Sergio Perez was fastest for Red Bull on the final morning of Formula One’s pre-season testing in Bahrain and lapped the Sakhir circuit with a best time of one minute 30.187 seconds on soft tyres. Perez, will hand over to Dutch team mate Max Verstappen for the afternoon stint.
In the wake of increasing death tolls, which has already exceeded 80, in protests against last month’s coup, The acting leader of Myanmar’s parallel civilian government said it is planning to give people the legal right to defend themselves.
Calling Syrian civil war one of the worst humanitarian crises of current times Pope Francis said that its 10th anniversary should spur all to seek “a sliver of hope” for a devastated nation.
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