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Belgium party broken up by police with hoses

Partiers continue to violate coronavirus restrictions around the world, most recently in Belgium, sparking police intervention. The Belgium party attracted up to 2,000, and...

Cherry Blossom Festival only partially opening up

As D.C. remains partially locked down, its famous Cherry Blossom Festival will take place in part remotely again like last year. Tourists can visit...

Va. Supreme Court approves Confederate statues’ removal

Across the country, symbols of the Confederacy are being dismantled as societal attitudes change, feeling they represent slavery. The latest effort is taking place...

Saudis not ready to increase oil production yet

Due to ongoing uncertainty about the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, Saudi Arabia's energy minister said OPEC needs to be very cautious about resuming...

WHO concerned about Europe’s slow immunization rate

COVID-19 immunization shots have only reached about 5.6% of people in the European Union. Dr. Hans Kluge, WHO's regional director for Europe, is concerned...

SCOTUS upholds FCC relaxing media ownership restrictions

Due to times changing with internet and cable companies growing and taking readers and viewers away from traditional media, the FCC has relaxed some...

Russia says relations with U.S. hit bottom

Relations with Russia continue to deteriorate, as Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said they've “hit the bottom.” The remarks come after Russia withdrew its...

Scientists say grizzlies increasing, but need protection

The Fish and Wildlife Service released an assessment of grizzly bears in the U.S. on Wednesday. Although their numbers continue to increase, there is...

Derek Chauvin prosecution reveals his statements

As the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin progresses, more details are emerging from witness testimony. A video played in court showed...

Imprisoned Palestinian leader submits shakeup election slate

Marwan Barghouti, who has been in Israel jail since 2004 due to a terrorism conviction, is shaking up the upcoming Palestinian election. His wife...

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Algeria pro-democracy movement leans toward Islamists

The pro-democracy Hirak movement in Algeria, which forced out President Abdelaziz Bouteflika from office in 2019, is becoming increasingly tied to the Rachad group,...

Israel-Morocco, historical richness and domestic challenges

Today, on Israel’s 73rd anniversary, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin hosted the traditional reception for the foreign heads of mission in Israel in his official...

India asked to provide more vaccines to Africa

Third World countries are having difficulties getting enough COVID-19 vaccines, as initial distributions have favored wealthier nations. African CDC official John Nkengasong is speaking...

Background on the Iran nuclear talks

Negotiations have begun to bring the U.S. back into the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. How did the deal come about, why did the U.S....

U.S. threatens Lebanese politicians with sanctions

After months of political deadlock in Lebanon, U.S. undersecretary of state for political affairs David Hale warned Lebanese officials that U.S. and its allies...
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