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Game changer? The battle over Trump's third Supreme Court pick
Does the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg ensure Donald Trump's legacy?The U-S president says that by the end of the week, he will nominate a new supreme court justice.
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Belarus protests: Opposition appeal to EU fails to unblock sanctions
European Union foreign ministers failed to overcome a diplomatic standoff over Belarus on Monday despite an appeal by the country's main opposition leader to approve sanctions on officials accused
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Fake guns and pushups: Inside China’s school for bodyguards
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Italy local elections: Right seen ahead in regional vote, but no whitewash
Italy's rightist bloc has won at least three of seven regions at stake in local elections, but League leader Matteo Salvini looked unlikely to end half a century of centre-left rule in Tuscany, exit
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EU weighs Lukashenko sanctions, meets his Belarus opponent
European Union foreign ministers on Monday were weighing whether to impose sanctions on dozens of Belarus officials, including President Alexander Lukashenko, after his main opponent urged Europe to
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RBG's Supreme Court seat: Could Trump succeed in rushing through a nomination?
Cécile Coquet-Mokoko from Versailles Saint-Quentin University explains how the Supreme Court could now limit abortion rights.
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UN marks 75 years with virtual meeting as pandemic keeps world leaders at home
The United Nations marks its 75th anniversary on Monday but, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there will be barely any guests.
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Israel: What’s left of the utopian ideal of the kibbutz?
In 1909, Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, fueled by Zionist and socialist ideas, founded the first kibbutz on the shores of Lake Tiberias in Palestine.
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Thurston Moore on his new record and keeping communication going during lockdown
Sonic Youth founding member Thurston Moore is back with a seventh solo album, " By The Fire,"  which is full of  guitar layers and pretty melodies.
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Aoun says Lebanon faces cabinet crisis, no solution on horizon
President Michel Aoun said on Monday that Lebanon faced a crisis over forming a government and proposed annulling sectarian quotas in the main cabinet ministries.
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Italy local elections: Far-right eyes Tuscany as Italy's left trembles
Italians voted Monday in elections that could see the far right take the historic left-wing bastion of Tuscany, one of several regions up for grabs in a ballot that risks weakening an already
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In Brussels, Belarus opposition urges EU to move on sanctions
The main opposition leader of Belarus urged the European Union on Monday to approve sanctions on officials accused of rigging the presidential election last month, travelling to Brussels to tell the
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Paris 2015 terror attacks trial: Court hears harrowing survivor testimonies
In January 2015, a series of terrorist attacks in Paris left 17 people dead, including four Jewish men in a kosher supermarket.
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A Supreme Court battle …and a Schitt’s Creek sweep
IN THE PRESS- Monday, 21.09.2020: We take a look at how the French and the American press are discussing the political battle to fill the next US Supreme Court seat.
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France-Canada: The quest for recognition of the hidden children of the French colonies
In the time of French colonial Africa, children born to white settlers and to mothers who, at the time, were described as "indigenous" were often disowned by their French fathers and taken away from
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Taj Mahal reopens as India's coronavirus cases soar
The Taj Mahal reopened to visitors on Monday in a symbolic business-as-usual gesture even as India looks set to overtake the US as the global leader in coronavirus infections.
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UN marks 75 years with virtual meeting as pandemic keeps world leaders at home
The United Nations marks its 75th anniversary on Monday but, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there will be barely any guests.
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Lithuanian Foreign Minister: Belarus sanctions are ‘the least we can do’
As protests continue in Belarus over the widely discredited August election, Lithuania persists in pressing its EU neighbours to impose sanctions on Belarussian figures.
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Belarus crackdown: EU ministers welcome Belarus opposition leader
The main opposition leader of Belarus urged the European Union on Monday to approve sanctions on officials accused of rigging the presidential election last month, travelling to Brussels to tell the
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Paris 2015 terror attacks: Hearing of kosher supermarket killings begins this monday
In January 2015, a series of terrorist attacks in Paris left 17 people dead, including four Jewish men in a kosher supermarket.
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Belarus crackdown: In Brussels, Tikhanovskaya calls on EU to be 'stronger & braver'
Belarus opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya holds talks with EU foreign ministers Monday as they prepare sanctions against the Minsk regime over election rigging and a brutal crackdown on
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The State of the European Union: Covid, Brexit damage limitation, foreign policy challenges
Covid, economic recovery, green goals, and testing times on foreign policy:EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has now given her first ever “State of the European Union” address, putting
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US Supreme Court battle: Biden accuses Trump of abuse of power
White House hopeful Joe Biden on Sunday branded Donald Trump's moves to fill a Supreme Court vacancy less than two months before the US presidential election an "abuse of power," as some of the
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Belarus crackdown: Thousands join weekly protest against Lukashenko regime
Tens of thousands of opposition supporters marched in the Belarusian capital of Minsk Sunday, defying a heavy security presence that included water cannon and armoured vehicles.
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Alzheimer's Awarness Day: What Is Happening in Our Brains If We Have Alzheimer?
First described in 1906 by doctor Alois Alzhemier, the disease bearing his name has been studied by doctors around the world for decades.
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Lost and confused: When people with Alzheimer's go missing
Some 60 percent of those with Alzheimer's disease are expected to wander off at least once. It's a serious and little-known consequence of the condition.
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'Welcome to the PandEmmys!': A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek’, ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards
“Schitt's Creek,” the little Canadian show about a fish-out-of-water family, made history at Sunday's #Emmy Awards with a comedy awards sweep, something even TV greats including “Frasier” and
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Coronavirus pandemic: UK at critical point, second lockdown possible
Britain is at a tipping point on #Covid-19, health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday, warning that a second national lockdown could be imposed if people don't follow government rules designed to
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Alzheimer's Awarness Day: What Is Happening in Our Brains If We Have Alzheimer?
"Cholesterol in the brain is a big risk factor", explains the Co-leader of the Alzheimer’s Disease team at the ICM, Marie-Claude Potier.
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What's next with the Supreme Court vacancy?
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is putting the Senate in unchartered political terrain. There's no recent precedent for a confirmation vote so close to a presidential election.
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