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Record 60,000 daily deaths in U.S. sweeps world tally past 12 million

NEW YORK, New York - A record 60,000 new cases recorded in a single day in the United States on ...

Attack on Japanese base in 1938 carried out by Soviets, not U.S.

In 1938, the Americans took credit for an unprecedented Soviet air raid on a Japanese air force base in Taiwan ...

Chinese government backs WHO, slams United States

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - China on Wednesday defended the World Health Organization and lashed out at the US decision to withdraw ...

Bullying of International court and Bank of England laid bare

On January 9, 2020, Ambassador Karen Pierce-the United Kingdom's permanent representative to the United Nations-spoke at a meeting on the ...

Countries across the globe re-thinking reopening as coronavirus surges

As coronavirus cases around the world approach 11.5 million, governments are struggling with how to reopen their economies, leading some ...

38% of Americans approve of President Donald Trump's performance

A new Gallup poll showed Monday that 38% of Americans approve of President Donald Trump's White House performance, a figure ...

North Dakota pipeline supported by Trump ordered to be closed

A U.S. federal judge ruled Monday that a controversial pipeline that runs through Native American lands in North Dakota be ...

Philippine military thwarts CNT militants attack on construction site

CAMP SIONGCO, Maguindanao, Philippines - Troops of the 37th Infantry Battalion, under 603rd Infantry Brigade, foiled a communist NPA (CNT) ...

US, Allies Increasingly Agree on Need to Confront China

WASHINGTON - U.S. allies are growing increasingly vocal about their willingness to push back against China on the global stage, ...

Minnesota Judge Issues Gag Order in George Floyd Case

Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill issued a gag order Thursday to all attorneys participating in the trial of four Minneapolis ...

Syria to Face First Severe Bread Shortages Since Start of War

Syria could face the worst bread shortages since the outbreak of its decadelong civil war, a U.N. official said."There is ...

US Warns Sahel Governments About Alleged Extrajudicial Killings

The U.S. State Department, saying it was "deeply concerned" about alleged human rights violations by state security forces in West ...

Hadwin starts strong at Workday Charity Open

Adam Hadwin is the clubhouse leader at 6-under 66 on Thursday as the Workday Charity Open kicked off at Dublin, ...

'Extrajudicial killings by Pakistan establishment not acceptable'

Geneva [Switzerland], July 09 (ANI): Asserting that extrajudicial killings by Pakistani establishment in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir are "not acceptable", activist Sajjad ...

Malaysia supends pilots in domestic airlines with Pakistani licences

Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia], July 9 (ANI): Malaysia has temporarily suspended pilots employed by domestic airlines who hold Pakistani licenses. Malaysia ...

Nationals receive championship rings in locker room ceremony

It wasn't how they envisioned it, but the Washington Nationals received their rings for winning the 2019 World Series in ...

Erdogan Faces Backlash Over Plans to Convert Hagia Sophia Into Mosque

ISTANBUL - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan faces a growing backlash over his plans to turn Istanbul's iconic Hagia Sophia ...

Sure, let's bring production onshore, but it might not ensure supplies

The pandemic has changed the way we think about supply chains, in particular the chains that feed our need for ...

Two dead in DRC protest clashes

A demonstrator has been shot dead during clashes in the DRCPolice in Kinshasa had used tear gas to break up ...

Kimi Raikkonen says 'crazy' to question refusal to take knee

Kimi Raikkonen said Thursday it was "crazy" to question why six drivers refused to take a knee alongside Lewis Hamilton, ...

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More than 100 nations have active force of military drones

GENEVA, Switzerland - A U.S. drone strike that killed Iran's top general, Qassem Soleimani, at Baghdad International Airport in January ...

Record 60,000 daily deaths in U.S. sweeps world tally past 12 million

NEW YORK, New York - A record 60,000 new cases recorded in a single day in the United States on ...

Attack on Japanese base in 1938 carried out by Soviets, not U.S.

In 1938, the Americans took credit for an unprecedented Soviet air raid on a Japanese air force base in Taiwan ...

Chinese government backs WHO, slams United States

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - China on Wednesday defended the World Health Organization and lashed out at the US decision to withdraw ...

Bullying of International court and Bank of England laid bare

On January 9, 2020, Ambassador Karen Pierce-the United Kingdom's permanent representative to the United Nations-spoke at a meeting on the ...

Countries across the globe re-thinking reopening as coronavirus surges

As coronavirus cases around the world approach 11.5 million, governments are struggling with how to reopen their economies, leading some ...

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