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Ecuador’s president wants to negotiate with protesters | Opposition Articles

Many people were arrested at the protests and the closure of highways in protest of rising oil prices. Ecuador’s rural…

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Saudi Arabia, UAE calls on Lebanese delegation to join forces to oppose the war in Yemen | Issues of Human Rights

The Gulf states are outraged by what the Lebanese media minister said about the Saudi-led war against Houthi rebels in…

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A deadly painting found in the film Alec Baldwin | Interesting News

Police say the ‘live competition’ that took part in the shooting killed the filmmaker and injured the film’s director, Rust.…

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Khalilzad urges US to join forces with Taliban to prevent Afghanistan | Taliban Stories

The former U.S. ambassador to the United States says Biden should pursue “normal” conditions, defend the peace deal he has…

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A group of US migrants heading to the US is slowly heading north | Migration Issues

2,000 groups at risk of being shut down by the Mexican military, or deported by U.S. officials, if they reach…

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Saudi Arabia and Dubai rivalry in regional HQ begins | Business and Economic Affairs

Saudi officials are talking to 7,000 companies around the world about opening a regional headquarters in the empire. Author Vivian…

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10 Images That Influenced Former Teen Vogue & Them Editor Phillip Picardi

When I was a teenager, magazines were everywhere — the doctor’s office, the magazine aisle at the grocery store where…

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Silence on the radio: The cost of revealing the truth in Mexico

Carmen Aristegui is a well-known Mexican journalist who refuses to be intimidated by powerful and deceptive forces. Source link

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Loss of power: Russia could harvest wind while other countries are shaken | Old Oil Oil Issues

Bangalore, India – Raymond D’Costa woke up sweating. It was midnight, and power was running out of land in Bangalore,…

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China says Taiwan ‘has no right’ to join the UN, after shaking its head | Political Issues

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken had earlier called for Taiwan to ‘participate appropriately’ in the commission. China has also…

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