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Expert: George Floyd had a heart rhythm problem

Defense expert Dr. David Fowler, a retired forensic pathologist, testified at the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin that George Floyd died...

Prosecutors charge cop who killed Daunte Wright

Former Brooklyn Center police Officer Kim Potter is being charged with second-degree manslaughter for fatally shooting Duante Wright, who was black. Potter said she...

Banks to hugely profit as ‘bad’ loans become ‘good’

Banks are starting to move billions of dollars worth of “bad” loans back into the “good” pile where they can now be considered part...

Greece and Libya to reassess maritime boundaries

After a tumultuous dispute in 2019 between Greece and Libya over maritime boundaries, the two countries are finally going to reassess the situation. Greece...

Somalia’s controversial president signs law to stay in office

The U.S. and the European Union are alarmed that Somalian president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has signed a law extending his term in office for...

Survey: Majority want journalists to expose more facts

The Media Insight Project has released a survey about journalists which found that a lot of people want journalists to be more aggressive in...

Biden’s first speech to Congress full of restrictions

Due to COVID-19 and security concerns, President Joe Biden's first speech to Congress will look very different from previous presidential addresses. Only a limited...

Iran’s Khamenei dislikes 2015 nuclear deal offer

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei took the same skeptical stance as Iran's president toward reviving talks about the 2015 nuclear agreement. He said...

Parler accused by Amazon of hiding ownership

After Amazon kicked the conservative social media site Parler off its cloud-computing services, Parler accused the company of bias against conservatives and sued. Now,...

J&J shots paused; Biden says it’s a sign of safety

Federal regulators have recommended pausing the distribution of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine shots after six women developed unusual blood clots. One died and...

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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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