Neuralink has in recent years been conducting tests on animals as it seeks US regulatory approval to begin clinical trials in people.
Gangsters had been ejected from Cabaret town north of capital Port-au-Prince several days ago but they returned, killing 12 people and burning many houses, says mayor.
"When it comes to Spirit Mountain and the surrounding ridges and canyons, I'm committed to protecting this sacred place that is central to the creation story of so many tribes that are here today," Biden tells a summit of tribal leaders.
Authorities declare animal health emergency across the South American country, following bird flu outbreak first detected at a poultry farm in the Andean province of Cotopaxi.
Torrent of mud comes rushing down a steep hillside after days of heavy rain in Parana state, hitting highway BR 367, leaving two dead and sweeping some 20 cars and trucks along with it, local official says.
The move follows an emotionally charged debate that reflected divisions on the politically liberal board over support for law enforcement.
Stewart Rhodes, founder of far-right Oath Keepers militia group, is convicted by a jury of seditious conspiracy for last year's attack on the US Capitol in a failed bid to overturn then-president Donald Trump's election loss.
In a flurry of tweets, Twitter's new owner has claimed Apple is threatening to remove the social platform from its App Store and defended his policy vision as a safeguard for free speech.
Republican-led disputes over who should be deported are an example of a litigation strategy in slowing Biden administration policy to prioritise deportation of people who are staying illegally and pose security risk.
If an agreement is not reached by December 9, the world's largest economy could see nearly 7,000 freight trains grind to a halt, at a cost of more than $2 billion a day, according to the American Association of Railroads.
The aim is to confront criminal groups operating internationally with a focus on various illegal industries, which requires collaboration with other countries, the interior minister said.
Apple did not confirm the billionaire's allegations but it is not an unusual move by the tech company as it previously banned Gab and Parler applications.
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