From BBC World News: President Donald Trump will no longer pursue adding a question on citizenship to the 2020 US census questionnaire after efforts were blocked by the Supreme Court in June. Instead, he said he had directed officials to obtain the information through an executive order for government
From Google World News: China had learned from watching the US go to war in the Middle East, and was using those lessons to advance the development of its own military, said current Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services
From Google World News: There’s a simple rule for controlling an unfavorable news cycle that President Trump is yet to learn: Don’t fan the flames. When unfriendly cables by U.K. Ambassador Kim Darroch were leaked, White House officials responded calmly. No big deal, they suggested. But Trump went ballistic,
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From Google World News: Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right president of Brazil, has invited his son to become ambassador to the US. Eduardo Bolsonaro, 35, who is currently serving as a congressman and advises his father on foreign affairs, told reporters he would accept the post if it were offered.
From BBC World News: Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right president of Brazil, has invited his son to become ambassador to the US. Eduardo Bolsonaro, 35, who is currently serving as a congressman and advises his father on foreign affairs, told reporters he would accept the post if it were offered.
From Google World News: At least 14 new women in Florida and New York come forward to accuse Jeffrey Epstein of abuse – including at least five who were minors – while New Mexico opens probe into sex crimes against ‘multiple victims’ at his ranch Four women went to
From Google World News: For first-timers, Tian’s sleight-of-hand illusion is as infuriating as it is entertaining. Some audience members become hellbent on exposing the magician, by any means necessary. “Many have tried to grab my hand mid-act, wrench it open, only to find there was no ball,” says Tian.
From Google World News: MOSCOW — He beat her. He kidnapped her. He threatened to kill her. But this was Russia, where domestic violence is both endemic and widely ignored. Every time Valeriya Volodina went to the police for protection from her ex-boyfriend, she got nowhere. “Not once did
From BBC World News: A landmark trial of corporate responsibility has ended, with telecoms operator Orange – formerly France Télécom – accused of “moral harassment” leading to a wave of suicides in the 2000s. The prosecution has asked for the maximum sentences: a fine of €75,000 (£67,000) for France
From BBC World News: There was a massacre on the streets of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, on 3 June 2019. This is the story of that massacre, told through the phone cameras of those who kept filming, even as they came under live fire. BBC Africa Eye has analysed more
From Google World News: Such an agreement would require migrants who pass through Guatemala to apply for asylum there, rather than continuing to the US. This would likely have the effect of preventing some migrants from applying for asylum in the US. “Every week it’s closer,” said an administration
From Google World News: At least a dozen alleged victims of multimillionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein have come forward to lawyers in New York and Florida with new allegations of sexual abuse, a report said Thursday. The women, many of whom were underage at the time of the suspected abuse,
From BBC World News: More than a third of Germany’s electricity is still produced by burning coal – mostly dirty brown lignite – and environmental activists are fighting to change this. A small area of forest not far from the Dutch border has become the focal point of their
From BBC World News: There has been an outpouring of grief and tributes in Indonesia after the death of national disaster spokesperson Sutopo Nugroho. As the BBC’s former Indonesia editor Rebecca Henschke writes, “Father Topo” played a vital role in a country facing twin battles of disasters and fake
From Google World News: Google Maps Google Maps Related Content NORTH PERTH, Ontario, Canada (CNN) – Police in Ontario, Canada, pulled over a driver after spotting a 2-year-old riding shotgun — strapped to a case of beer doubling as a booster seat. The driver was pulled over Wednesday near
From Google World News: “Since we’ve been here, we have no idea what’s going on to be honest. We’ve been standing in line for about two hours,” said Evan Brown, an Air Canada passenger. “We have no idea if an accommodation is being booked for us, if the flight
From Google World News: A photo tweeted Thursday morning of ambassadors from Germany, France and the European Union with outgoing UK Ambassador Kim Darroch literally showed the other envoys standing shoulder to shoulder with their British counterpart. “Honored to host my colleagues and friends,” German Ambassador Emily Haber wrote
From Google World News: For four years, the United Arab Emirates have been the military linchpin of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, providing weapons, money and thousands of ground troops to a campaign to drive out Yemen’s Houthi rebels. Emirati forces led almost every major advance the coalition made.
From BBC World News: A woman in Texas, US, has been arrested after her mother’s decaying remains were found in the two-bedroom home she shared with her daughter. Police believe the grandmother, 71, suffered a fall in 2016. They allege her daughter, 47, failed to provide adequate help at
From Google World News: The researchers took water samples near a ventilation duct on the Cold War-era sub. They contained up to 800,000 times the normal amount of the element caesium, a metal that can be radioactive. “The levels we detected were clearly above what is normal in the
From Google World News: The driver was pulled over Wednesday near North Perth, about 100 miles west of Toronto, Ontario Provincial Police West said on Twitter. The police said someone called in a traffic complaint. The driver’s creative attempt to fashion an improvised child booster seat earned more than
From Google World News: Vox Sentences is your daily digest for what’s happening in the world. Sign up for the Vox Sentences newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox Monday through Friday, or view the Vox Sentences archive for past editions. Another corruption scandal rocks Puerto Rico; the UN Human
From Google World News: Across a 12-hour period on Thursday, President Donald Trump stepped directly onto some of the most volatile fault lines that could rev up his fiercest supporters. | Alex Wong/Getty Images 2020 elections The president is sending his base a clear message: He’s still fighting even
From BBC World News: “It’s funny if you think about it. We learn about a lot of things that we don’t do, but we don’t learn about something that we do all the time: breathe.” Andien, a popular Indonesian singer, shocked her fans when she posted a lengthy Instagram
From Google World News: IRAN is preparing to ramp up production at a secret nuclear site built under a MOUNTAIN to protect it from US attack, experts have said. Tehran’s nuke scientists are ready to massively step up uranium enrichment at the heavily-fortified Fordow Plant, a top security think