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Teens protest in San Francisco, Chicago, New York

CLOSE At just 16, the Swedish teenager takes a stand and tells Congress and the world about climate change. USA TODAY Tens of thousands of high school students concerned about climate change planned to let their feet talk it Friday in a nationwide class to join the Global Climate Strike marches. Organizers said protesters would be expelled in 156 countries …

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Kiribati breaks diplomatic ties with Taiwan, other Pacific Island nation in one week

The church island of Kiribati struck diplomatic ties with Taiwan on Friday, becoming the second country to do so this week, strengthening Beijing's hand. Taiwan's Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said that Kiribati had officially notified his government of the decision. Kiribati is expected to recognize China, which has pledged billions of dollars in support to attract it and 6 other …

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Traveling in California shows that Trump does not always hate the media

Dinner had recently been served on the Air Force one Wednesday evening to hungry reporters who settled on the four-hour flight from San Diego to Washington when President Trump the Donald John TrumpMarine unit in Florida reportedly pressed to hold the ball annually Trump property Giuliani clashes with CNN's Cuomo, calling him a "sellout" and "enemy" Giuliani says "of course" …

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Trump administration orders changes to Duke, UNC curriculum because not positive enough about Judaism and Christianity.

Qurans neatly stacked in a library shed in Christchurch, New Zealand. REUTERS / Edgar Su Corey Lewandowski's Self-Immolation                    Intelligence Official Turns Whistleblower, Alleging Troubling Trump Communication With Foreign Leader                    "Go Home and Just Rest and Do Something Else": Senior Citizens on Joe Biden's Age                    The Iran Crisis Won't End Until the U.S. Rejoins the Nuclear Deal                    …

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"Sonic weapons" used by diplomats in Cuba may have been pesticides, the study notes

The mysterious loud buzzing sound associated with the so-called "sonic attacks" on nearly 40 US and Canadian diplomats living in Cuba may have been caused by a neurotoxic agent used to kill mosquitoes, a new study commissioned by Canadians the government's claims. The strange incidents began in late 2016 when US and Canadian embassy staff began seeking medical care for …

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What To Do After a Car Accident

  Being involved in a car accident is stressful on several levels. Both the mental and physical challenges afterward can be overwhelming. Knowing what to do after an accident can help you move through the process without overlooking any important aspects. Explore these top tips from the experts so that a fair resolution can be achieved. 1. Pull Over The …

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Global climate strike: Greta Thunberg and school students lead climate crisis protest – live updates | Environment

5.37am EDT 05:37 Strikes take place across Africa Ruth Maclean Strikes are planned for at least seven Nigerian cities, such as Lagos, which is clogged by mountains of toxic waste including thousands of tons of e-waste from the EU, particularly the UK and Germany. There will be one in Port Harcourt, capital of the country's oil-producing region, whose residents and …

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The Second Pacific Nation in a week, Taiwan is dying for China and undermining Tsai

Foreign Minister Joseph Wu announced the change at a press conference, saying that in response, Taipei would break diplomatic ties with Kiribati. It comes just four days after the Solomon Islands government voted unanimously to recognize China's mainland over Taiwan, a movement condemned in Taipei and welcomed in Beijing. Wu told reporters that Taiwan regretted and "strongly condemns" Kiribati's decision, …

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Privatbank, President of Ukraine Zelensky and the oligarch Kolomoisky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky looks on during his inaugural ceremony at the Kiev Parliament on May 20, 2019. GENYA SAVILOV | AFP | Getty Images Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is under pressure over how he will resolve a protracted dispute over a nationalized bank and its former oligarchs. How he can continue to be a "deal-breaker" if Ukraine's international creditor, …

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Hurricane Jerry path: Storm devastating as it strengthens into hurricane – MAP | World | News

Hurricane Jerry is currently battling through the Atlantic, whipping out winds of 105 mph. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) upgraded Jerry to a hurricane late Thursday. Jerry goes west-northwest near 16 km / h. Where is Hurricane Jerry heading? Hurricane Jerry is currently heading west-northwest at 16 km / h towards the Leeward Islands. At present, about 340 …

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