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Pete Buttigieg Slaps Back at Fox News Questions About Hunter Biden Laptop by Calling Out Trump’s...

Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg slapped down vague Fox News questions on the latest allegations about Hunter Biden’s involvement in China, pointing to the latest revelation that President Donald Trump has had a secret...
Topics: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, China

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US Emphasizes Joint Security Concerns as It Deepens Ties With Brazil

Warming relations between the United States and Brazil received a boost this week with an update to an existing bilateral trade agreement, along with the commitment of billions of U.S. dollars to boost Brazilian industries.While Washington seeks to...
Topics: Brazil

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Russia plans to interfere in the election to help Trump by 'exacerbating disputes around the...

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks on the USS Iowa in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California, United States September 15, 2015. Reuters Russian agents plan to interfere in the 2020 election to help President Donald Trump by...
Topics: Russia, Donald Trump, Reuters

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Video: Jens Petter Hauge seals AC Milan’s victory over Celtic with a fine finish

Jens Petter Hauge had already been making a big name for himself in Norway with Bodo/Glimt, but he managed to earn a move to AC Milan after impressing against them in the Europa League. He’s... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
Topics: World Videos, Norway

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Real Madrid nightmare continues for misfit as prosecutors push for six month jail term for ignoring...

Luka Jovic didn’t have a great first season at Real Madrid, but at least it looked like he could have a fresh start this season with a chance to carve out a role in Zinedine Zidane’s... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
Topics: Spain, Madrid

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QAnon’s spread into Europe

Halloween is approaching in the UK. I know this because every supermarket here tells me so. With the eager help of retailers, this quintessentially American tradition has taken over Europe, where people have happily embraced the additional...
Topics: United Kingdom

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Russian hackers infiltrated state and local government networks, officials say - CNET

Hackers stole information about how governments secure their systems and which vendors they buy products from, according to the FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Topics: Hackers, FBI

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France: Muslima screaming ‘Allahu akbar’ threatens jihad suicide bombing at railway station

“Indeed, Allah has purchased from the believers their lives and their properties, for that they will have Paradise. They fight in the cause of Allah, so they kill and are killed.” (Qur’an 9:111) And if the whole thing was a hoax, at least...
Topics: France

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"We Are Asking for Justice": #EndSARS Anti-Police Brutality Protests Grow as Nigerian...

Mass protests against police brutality continue in Nigeria after security forces shot and killed 12 peaceful protesters in Lagos this week. Video widely shared on social media shows security forces firing directly into a crowd of demonstrators in...
Topics: Police, Protests, Nigeria, World Videos, Social Media

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Human Rights Watch calls Lebanon probe of port explosion flawed

(Beirut) – A domestic investigation into the devastating explosion at Beirut’s port on August 4, 2020 has failed to yield any credible
Topics: Human Rights, Lebanon

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Why Asian American voters in Texas may hold outsized importance in key races this year

When Debbie Chen temporarily closed her Houston restaurant in March due to the coronavirus, she was worried about her health and her financial livelihood. But as a Chinese American, she was also worried about vandalism and her physical safety, given...

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Affirmative action is on the ballot in California. The split between me and my Korean parents shows...

Reuters California voters are deciding on the reinstatement of affirmative action as they cast their ballots on Proposition 16. A majority of Asian-Americans support Prop. 16, despite outspoken dissent by a few prominent Asian-American...
Topics: Reuters

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Poland's Top Court Tightens Near-Total Abortion Ban

Poland’s Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that abortions for fetal abnormalities violate the Roman Catholic country’s Constitution. Prior to the new near-total ban, the country already had some of the strictest abortion laws in Europe....
Topics: Poland

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Czechs to Get Ventilators from EU as Coronavirus Cases Soar

The Czech Republic will get 30 ventilators from the European Union and is seeking more help and equipment abroad to help grapple with the continent's worst outbreak of the new coronavirus, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Thursday. The country of...
Topics: Czech Republic

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Seychelles Votes in Presidential, Legislative Elections

Voters in the Seychelles on Thursday begin the three-day process of choosing a president and lawmakers.Voters in the Indian Ocean archipelago of 115 islands will decide if President Danny Faure will be elected for the first time after taking over...

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Lebanon names Saad Hariri as prime minister, almost one year after he resigned

After a year of economic collapse, the coronavirus and calls for change, Lebanon is bringing back its old prime minister.
Topics: Lebanon

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Turkey Is Prolonging The Bloodshed In Nagorno-Karabakh

Maya Carlin Nagorno-Karabakh, Asia As the civilian death toll continues to rise at the site of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, Ankara fuels the fire.  More than 1,000 people have been killed since a flare-up in violence in the Nagorno-Karabakh...
Topics: Turkey, Ankara

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Will Hariri be able to form a government?

Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun on Thursday asked Saad Hariri, a former prime minister, to form a new government to tackle
Topics: Lebanon

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UK: “I Stopped Wearing My Hijab Because I Was Scared for My Life”

Meanwhile, the real victims are Muslim women who dare not to wear the hijab. My latest in FrontPage: The UK’s Metro on Thursday published a sob story entitled “I stopped wearing my hijab because I was scared for my life,” all about...
Topics: United Kingdom

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Sudan Will Be Next to Normalize Relations with Israel

Sudan will soon be taken off the American list of state sponsors of terrorism. It has first to agree to pay $335 million dollars to the families of victims of Sudan-sponsored terrorism. And the next step, which is not being made explicit but that...
Topics: Sudan, Israel, Terrorism

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