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160 years on, American Civil War rivalries rage on

Trump's politically hopeless, and questionable criminally-culpable, bungling of the Corona Pandemic in the United States; his recent assertions that threaten ...

Fire continues to rage on board USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego

SAN DIEGO, California - Scores of U.S. Navy sailors have been injured as a fire continues to rage on board ...

U.S. allegedly targeting WikiLeaks founder for over a decade

A campaign has been going on for years against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has used the WikiLeaks disclosure platform ...

975 flood shelters opened for a million stranded Bangladeshis

DHAKA, Bangladesh - Officials and volunteers in Bangladesh say heavy flooding is worsening in parts of the country, with more ...

U.S. troops begin to withdraw from war-torn Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan, July 14 (Sputnik/ANI) - U.S. troops have left five bases in Afghanistan and the number of servicemen in ...

Iran admits execution of man for passing military information to CIA

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - A retired employee of Iran's Defense Ministry has been hanged for providing the US Central Intelligence Agency ...

Latin America

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Black Management Forum questions appointment of interim SAA CEO

The Black Management Forum (BMF) has questioned the appointment of Philip Saunders as interim CEO of South African Airways, saying ...

An effective climate change solution may lie in rocks beneath our feet

Why has Earth's climate remained so stable over geological time? The answer just might rock you.Rocks, particularly the types created ...

Besieged New Mexico Sheriff Eyes Smartphones as Body Cams

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A much-criticized New Mexico sheriff who has led an office facing racial profiling lawsuits and has refused ...

Brazil's President Tests Positive for Coronavirus a 2nd Time

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro remained in self-isolation Thursday, a day after announcing he tested positive for coronavirus for a second ...

Peru Eases COVID-19 Rules, Resumes Some Flights

Peru resumed all flights within the country after restricting operations for four months to slow the spread of the coronavirus.Ronny ...

Brazil President Says he Tests Positive for Coronavirus a Second Time

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro remained in self-isolation Thursday, a day after announcing he tested positive for coronavirus for a second ...

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