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‘For the people that are protesting and looting, please do so carefully and please do so responsibly. Because you cannot hold people responsible for defending what they love,’ Zuma said.

Now they tell us. The Kids Are Alright Why now is the time to rethink COVID safety protocols for children — and everyone else.

Farmers, experts anticipate worst wheat harvest in years after extreme heat, drought

Why Russia Is Refusing To Send Europe More Natural Gas

COVID19 update, July 15, 2021: Israel, UK not panicking about delta variant

Study: Two in five people in U.S. who died of COVID-19 had diabetes

The union of Cooperate and State Power.

Germany floods: Dozens killed after record rain in Germany and Belgium

Florida Man Detained In Assassination Of Haitian President Deepens Mystery

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Biden allied groups, including the Democratic National Committee, are also planning to engage fact-checkers more aggressively and work with SMS carriers to dispel misinformation about vaccines that is sent over social media and text messages.

Report from the looting frontline: I am the closest I have ever been to losing hope

Explaining the above. South Africa: Looters pounce in fallout from Zuma trial

Who is Masih Alinejad, target of an alleged Iranian kidnapping plot?

NASA predicts a “wobble” in the moon’s orbit may lead to record flooding on Earth

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Athletes may have more than twice the risk of irregular heart rhythm

Median vs. average inflation

The IDF is suffering a personnel shortage, especially in the field combat units. One of the root causes of this crisis is the growth of the Arab and ultra-Orthodox Jewish populations, who are not conscripted. These groups now account for nearly 50% of the draft-aged cohort.

Messages from the Mouse Plague – or, how Herodotus is proved right in the modern world yet again.

Rebel Forces in Ethiopia’s Tigray Launch New Offensive

The Crumbling Global Tower

Democrats’ spending flip-flop

Goldfish dumped in lakes growing to more than 1ft, threatening ecosystems

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What Happened To You?

The Cuomo coverup continues

Gangs complicate Haiti effort to recover from assassination

Big batteries could be bigger bombs than Beirut Fertilizer

The transformation of Saudi Arabia’s flagship asset, Aramco, from perpetual cash-generation machine into a debt-laden giant is set to pick up pace in the coming weeks with a series of schemes aimed at raising much-needed funding for the now-beleaguered oil and gas company.

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What the impending rubber ‘apocalypse’ means for the U.S. economy

CDC, FDA contradict Pfizer on COVID-19 vaccine booster

Who holds the welding rod?

They Will Never Stop Hating Us

The Nearly Forgotten Story Of How Russia Let Loose A Deadly Anthrax Strain

Lebanon implements ration card program as economic crisis worsens

Underage ‘martyrs’: Recruiting child soldiers in Yemen

Testosterone therapy reduces heart attack and stroke

‘Rise of the Moors’ Militia Group Arrest Does Not Fit The Media and Government Narrative

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Fears Mount Following Attack on Dutch Journalist

New Money in Venture Capital

Google “bought off Samsung” to limit app store competition, 36 states allege

Retirement for 45-Year-Olds May Vanish in Saudi Pension Reform


Haiti police say 26 Colombians, two US-Haitians took part in Jovenel Moïse assassination

The End of Avenatti: the Rise and Fall (and Fall and Fall and Fall) of the Creepy Porn Lawyer

Turkey proved that blackmail works. Egypt warns Europe against illegal immigration amid Nile dam impasse

Brazil Plans To Be 5th-Largest Crude Exporter By 2030