Saudi Arabia and Qatar reopen airspace and maritime borders ahead of the Gulf Cooperation Council summit

Saudi Arabia and Qatar reopen airspace and maritime borders ahead of the Gulf Cooperation Council summit

Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Ahmed Nasser Muhammad Al-Sabah said on Monday on state television that “based on the placement of His Highness Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, the Emir of Kuwait, may…

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Dashed hope of a landslide in Norway that left 7 dead;  3 missing

Dashed hope of a landslide in Norway that left 7 dead; 3 missing

Copenhagen, Denmark (AFP) – Norwegian officials insisted on Monday that there was still “hope” to find survivors in air pockets five days after a landslide killed at least seven people…

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A Malaysian court ruled the death of Nora Koren in "bad faith"

A Malaysian court ruled the death of Nora Koren in “bad faith”

In August 2019, the body of 15-year-old Nora Ann Koren, who was suffering from learning disabilities, was found in a valley near the Dusun Resort, where her family was staying…

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Chicago Public Schools reopen: The majority of city councilors are "extremely concerned" that some teachers are refusing to return

Chicago Public Schools reopen: The majority of city councilors are “extremely concerned” that some teachers are refusing to return

The Chicago Teachers Union said Sunday that many of its members expect to return to school on Monday to challenge Chicago Public Schools’ plans and teach only remotely, with a…

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Johnson warns of further lockdown measures as the virus grows

Johnson warns of further lockdown measures as the virus grows

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Sunday that the tight lockdown restrictions in England are likely to lead the country to a new type of coronavirus that has pushed…

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An Israeli soldier shoots and paralyzes a Palestinian in a dispute over an electricity generator

An Israeli soldier shoots and paralyzes a Palestinian in a dispute over an electricity generator

A video clip of the incident, which took place on Friday near Hebron in the southern West Bank, apparently shows Harun Abu Aram, 24, with three other men, trying to…

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A third body was found in a Norwegian landslide;  7 is still missing

A third body was found in a Norwegian landslide; 7 is still missing

Rescue teams are searching for survivors four days after a landslide that led to the displacement of homes in a Norwegian village, and found no signs of life on Saturday…

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Motorcycle workers are the latest horror that New Yorkers fear

Motorcycle workers are the latest horror that New Yorkers fear

Tuesday’s video attack on innocent motorists In Manhattan by a gang of tricky youngsters on cycling was absolutely horrific – but very typical of the kind of chaos and lawlessness…

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8 deaths on New Year's Eve carbon monoxide poisoning in Bosnia

8 deaths on New Year’s Eve carbon monoxide poisoning in Bosnia

Bosnian police said eight young men and women died in a hut in southwestern Bosnia, apparently from carbon monoxide poisoning during a New Year’s Eve celebration. byThe Associated Press January…

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Australia changes one word in its national anthem to honor indigenous people

Australia changes one word in its national anthem to honor indigenous people

Australia changed one word in its national anthem to reflect what the prime minister called the “spirit of unity” and the country’s indigenous people. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on…

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