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good morning! Former Minister Kamp will visit the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee in Groningen for the second time today, the winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine will be announced in Stockholm and the Russian parliament is likely to ratify President Putin’s decision to annex four Ukrainian regions.
First the weather: the day is dry, with clouds and sun. The temperature is about 18 degrees, and the wind is westerly moderate.
What do you expect today?
- Former Minister Henk Kamp visits the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee in Groningen for the second time. Camp was Minister of Economic Affairs from 2012-2017, when the worst earthquake in the affected area was measured.
- The winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine will be announced in Stockholm. It is the first announcement in a series of six prizes for literature and peace on Thursday and Friday.
- The State Duma, Russia’s parliament, is expected to ratify Putin’s decision to annex four Ukrainian provinces.
What did you miss?
The second round to determine the winner of the presidential elections in Brazil. Left challenger Lula da Silva He defeated President BolsonaroBut his victory was much lower than what polls had predicted. The two contenders will face each other head-to-head on October 30th.
Other news from the night:
In Delft, a laughing gas user went on a crazy ride when police wanted to put him on the side of the road. The man drove against traffic on bike and pedestrian lanes, ignoring several stop signs. The cyclists had to swerve during the chase, and according to the police, the man was “still on the balloon” during the ride. In the end, the driver, aged 26, was beaten and arrested. No one is hurt.
Crazy chase in Delft after report of gas user laughing
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