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16/09/2021
Fox news: Macron hails death of ISIS terrorist who killed US troops as major win...
French President Emmanuel Macron praised the efforts of French service members after they claimed to have shot and killed Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi overnight.  [Read more]
17/09/2021
Cnn News: Trump abandoned this giant trade deal. Now, China wants in...
China has applied to join a major Asia-Pacific trade partnership that the United States ditched several years ago, as the world's second largest economy tries to bolster its relationships in the regio [Read more]
17/09/2021
Abc news: Romanian forest attack highlights illegal logging 'scourge'...
Romanian authorities say two journalists and an environmental activist have been beaten up by suspected illegal loggers in a forest in northeast Romania while making a documentary about illicit defore [Read more]
15/09/2021
Huffingtonpost: Email Mistake Outs Hospital Staff Who Aren't Vaccinated Against COVID-19 ...
The Ottawa Hospital has apologized for the privacy breach, which reportedly affected hundreds of people. [Read more]
17/09/2021
Cbs news: Artist turns seafloor into art by creating underwater museums...
Jason deCaires Taylor's projects often explore the relationship between humans and the natural world. [Read more]
17/09/2021
Cnbc: France, still mad about that submarine deal, just recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia...
France said it will immediately recall its ambassadors to the United States and Australia, in protest of a submarine deal unveiled earlier this week. [Read more]
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18/09/2021
Firefighters stood atop their truck in heavy rain, dozens of people lined up on overpasses from Knoxville to Fairfax County, and many others joined in an escorting motorcade—all to honor fallen U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Knauss, one of 13 service members that were killed in Afghanistan during an attack on the Kabul airport last month. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Dozens of trucks carrying Iranian diesel arrived in Lebanon on Thursday, the first in a series of deliveries organized by the militant Hezbollah. The powerful group operates independently from Lebanese authorities, which are struggling to deal with a crippling energy crisis. [Read more]
18/09/2021
North Korea has been relatively quiet since President Trump last met with Kim Jong Un at the DMZ in June 2019. It has carried out no major weapons tests, and focused largely on dealing with COVID, droughts and keeping its ailing economy afloat.  [Read more]
18/09/2021
Iranian artist Mehdi Rajabian released another album on Friday, once again defying a prohibition that reportedly landed him in prison for two years. [Read more]
18/09/2021
A video of a small child wearing a hazmat suit and undergoing a CT scan all by himself has gone viral after being posted on a Chinese social media app by a nurse in Fujian province where authorities are trying to curb China's latest outbreak of the Delta variant. CNN's Ivan Watson reports. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The sky was blue, the families were smiling, the toddlers were taking tender steps through the grass. Canada's Conservative Party leader was ready to make a childcare announcement and as he approached the microphone, the campaign backdrop was pitch perfect: a giddy child on a bouncy castle. [Read more]
18/09/2021
With Australia making a deal with the United States and United Kingdom to begin a nuclear-powered submarine program, we can expect the Aussie subs will look a lot like the latest versions in the US and British arsenals. [Read more]
18/09/2021
New Prime Minister Najib Mikati urged Lebanon's people to put their trust in his government as he seeks "quick fixes" to help his economically shattered country. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The British government is simplifying its rules for international travel to England during the coronavirus pandemic, heeding complaints from travelers and businesses that the country's regulations were cumbersome and ineffective [Read more]
18/09/2021
A statue of Christopher Columbus that was taken down from Mexico City's central boulevard won't be going back up for months [Read more]
18/09/2021
A gathering of leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean here this weekend is the latest sign of Mexico flexing its diplomatic muscle as it looks to assert itself as the new mediator between the region and the United States [Read more]
18/09/2021
France has recalled its ambassador to the United States in an unprecedented show of anger that dwarfs decades of previous rifts [Read more]
18/09/2021
The British inventor arguably did more than anyone else to inspire a whole generation of children into a life-long passion for computers and gaming. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The Pentagon has retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The French Foreign Minister said Australia's cancellation of a big contract to buy French conventional submarines is “unacceptable behavior.' [Read more]
18/09/2021
The app, supported by imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny, tells voters which candidates are likely to defeat those backed by Russian authorities. [Read more]
18/09/2021
McKee was an increasingly influential journalist who had written powerfully about growing up gay in Northern Ireland and the struggles of the generation of "cease-fire babies" raised after the 1998 Good Friday peace accord. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The suit says the show falsely suggested that former female world champ Nona Gaprindashvili never played competitive chess with men. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Over the past 15 years, sculptor, environmentalist, and underwater photographer Jason deCaires Taylor has used the world's oceans as a space to explore humanity's relationship to the world around us. He met with Elizabeth Palmer at his workshop in southern England to discuss his one-of-a-kind works. [Read more]
18/09/2021
An investigation by U.S. Central Command determined that the August 29 strike in Kabul killed an innocent aid worker and as many as nine of his family members. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Evergrande has warned investors twice in as many weeks that it could default on its debts. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The Pentagon originally said the strike killed two ISIS-K fighters believed to be involved in planning attacks against U.S. forces in Kabul.  [Read more]
18/09/2021
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell owned municipal bonds of the same type bought by the Fed during the coronavirus pandemic. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Stocks edged lower on Friday as investors remain cautious due to a historical tendency for September to be a weak month for equities. [Read more]