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After China crackdown, teachers leaving Hong Kong

HONG KONG: Disillusioned school teachers, who feel threatened by Beijing's strict national security law enacted in June 2020, are leaving ...

Children, teens see more obesity due to Covid, says U.S. study

ATLANTA, Georgia: A significant increase in obesity among American children and teenagers is a direct cause of the COVID-19 pandemic, ...

650,000 white flags planted in Washington DC for Covid victims

WASHINGTON DC: A display of 650,000 white flags, one for each American who has died from COVID-19, has been set ...

Notre Dame on track for 2024 reopening, says Paris officials

PARIS, France: Work to shore up Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has been finished, allowing the long-awaited restoration to begin, ...

Poland's Deputy PM Kaczynski says EU law cannot be supreme

WARSAW, Poland: Poland's deputy prime minister and ruling party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has said that the primacy of EU law ...

No injuries as earthquake jolts southern California

LOS ANGELES, California: A magnitude-4.3 earthquake struck near Carson, California on Friday night and was felt in cities throughout Southern ...

World leaders will be shut out of UN if not vaccinated against Covid

NEW YORK CITY, New York: UN General Assembly President Abdulla Shahid and New York City officials have jointly announced that ...

China enacts emergency procedures after earthquake hits Sichuan

BEIJING, China: China is carrying out emergency procedures after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck Sichuan Province in the country's southwest, killing ...

US holds back some Egyptian military aid due to human rights concerns

WASHINGTON D.C.: Military aid worth $130 million, out of a $300 million package intended for Egypt, will be withheld by ...

Sequoia National Park still safe, but wildfires approaching

SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, California: Sequoia National Park and its namesake gigantic trees could be threatened by two large forest fires ...

Crisis strikes Idaho hospitals as Covid cases fill beds, ICUs

BOISE, Idaho: Public health officials in Idaho have warned that they will need to impose an emergency-level rationing of care ...

Lithuania building fence to stop migrants from Belarus

VILNIUS, Lithuania: Lithuania's government said work on the first section of a fence along its 420-mile border with Belarus, which ...

UK budget will not include funds for Scotland-Northern Ireland tunnel

LONDON, England: A proposed 21-mile undersea tunnel to link Scotland and Northern Ireland will not be funded, according to British ...

North Korea unveils cruise missile, adding to its arsenal

SEOUL, South Korea: North Korea successfully tested a new long-range cruise missile, which is thought by analysts to potentially be ...

U.S. Army four star general in firing line

Washington's quasi-official court stenographer, Bob Woodward, has just published another "insider" DC account, which he co-authored with the journalist and ...

Indiana hospitals canceling procedures to make room for Covid patients

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana: Hospitals in Indiana are still reeling from the recent spurt in new Delta Covid cases across the state.According ...

Next Norway prime minster a wealthy leader of Labor Party

OSLO, Norway: The man expected to become the next prime minister of Norway, 61-year-old Jonas Gahr Stoere, was born into ...

China, climate on agenda for meeting of Australia, Japan, India, U.S.

WASHINGTON D.C.: The leaders of Australia, India, Japan and the United States will meet on 24th September to discuss issues ...

First SpaceX tourist flight begins 3 day journey

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida: A rocket carrying four tourists and no professional astronauts on board blasted off into Earth orbit on ...

Trial begins for parents in college admissions bribery scandal

BOSTON, Massachusetts: The first trial in a wide ranging college admissions corruption case is underway in Boston's federal court, more ...

U.S. study finds Covid vaccine prevents hospitalizations, deaths

WASHINGTON D.C.: COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective in preventing hospitalizations and deaths, even against the highly contagious Delta variant, according ...

Delhi's Rohit stuns Hussamuddin to clinch gold

Ballari (Karnataka) [India], September 21 (ANI): Delhi's Rohit Mor stunned the defending champion Mohammad Hussamuddin of Services Sports Control Board ...

UN chief underlines climate change issue at UNGA says, worl

New York [US], September 21 (ANI): Urging the world to wake up to climate change, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stressed ...

NFL to host International Combine in London

The NFL plans to host the International Combine in London on Oct. 12. Up to 50 players will attend the ...

This is decisive decade for our world: Biden at UNGA

New York [US], September 21 (ANI): In his first speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) since taking office, ...

Pakistan authorities kept us safe at the hotel: Latham

Dubai [UAE], September 21 (ANI): Tom Latham, New Zealand's stand-in captain for the now-cancelled Pakistan series, stated that New Zealand ...

High-level segment of 76th UN General Assembly begins

New York [US], September 21 (ANI): The high-level segment of the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) began in New ...

Afghanistan: Over 150 media outlets shut down after Taliban

Kabul [Afghanistan] September 21 (ANI): Over 150 media outlets in Afghanistan have shut down their operations in the last one ...

UK: Balochs, Sindhis pay tribute to Balochistan nationalist

London [England] September 21 (ANI): Human rights defenders from Baloch, Sindhis and other communities living in the UK paid tribute ...

IPL 2021: PBKS win toss, opt to bowl against RR

Dubai [UAE], September 21 (ANI): Punjab Kings (PBKS) captain KL Rahul won the toss and elected to bowl against Rajasthan ...

How clothing giants Gap and Benetton once ruled the fashion high street

In 1969, Don Fisher was having difficulty finding the right size of Levi's jeans in traditional clothing stores. His solution ...

Why have Canada and Australia taken such a different approach to China?

Over the past two years, China has punished Canada and Australia for actions that the Chinese deem objectionable - and ...

CMS IT Services releases the CXO's guide

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], September 21 (ANI/NewsVoir): CMS IT Services today unveiled their guide - 'Staying competitive in the post-pandemic decade' ...

PM Modi to speak on cross-border terrorism at UNGA

New Delhi [India], September 21 (ANI): During his address at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 25, Prime ...

REAN Foundation launches mobile health platform

Virginia [US], September 21 (ANI/NewsVoir): REAN Foundation has unveiled an innovative mobile health platform that provides a companion app and ...

It is out of our hands: Knight on ECB cancelling Pak tour

Leicester [UK], September 21 (ANI): England women's cricket team captain Heather Knight on Tuesday stated the England and Wales Cricket ...

Ben Affleck says he's in 'awe' of Jennifer Lopez

Washington [US], September 21 (ANI): Hollywood star Ben Affleck recently gushed about his girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez, and explained he admires ...

Jaishankar to hold nearly 15 bilateral meetings on sideline

New York [US], September 21 (ANI): External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will hold around 15 bilateral meetings on the sidelines ...

Important to build on Tokyo Oly performance: Nikki Pradhan

New Delhi [India]: September 21 (ANI): India women's hockey defender Nikki Pradhan, who has played 112 matches for the national ...

EU leaders express dismay at AUKUS deal, demand clarifications

© Provided by Xinhua European Council President Charles Michel also expressed concerns about the AUKUS agreement, demanding an explanation from ...

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Justin Trudeau set for third term after 156 seat victory

OTTAWA, Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- Canada's Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau is to continue his third mandate as prime minister ...

After China crackdown, teachers leaving Hong Kong

HONG KONG: Disillusioned school teachers, who feel threatened by Beijing's strict national security law enacted in June 2020, are leaving ...

Children, teens see more obesity due to Covid, says U.S. study

ATLANTA, Georgia: A significant increase in obesity among American children and teenagers is a direct cause of the COVID-19 pandemic, ...

650,000 white flags planted in Washington DC for Covid victims

WASHINGTON DC: A display of 650,000 white flags, one for each American who has died from COVID-19, has been set ...

Notre Dame on track for 2024 reopening, says Paris officials

PARIS, France: Work to shore up Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has been finished, allowing the long-awaited restoration to begin, ...

Poland's Deputy PM Kaczynski says EU law cannot be supreme

WARSAW, Poland: Poland's deputy prime minister and ruling party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has said that the primacy of EU law ...

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