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10 Oct
London police have made nearly 500 arrests as climate-change protesters continue two weeks of announced protests to push for more to be done to protect the environment. The protests are the latest stage in a...
10 Oct
Residents of Ecuador's port city of Guayaquil gathered for a 'White March' on Wednesday to call for peace in the Andean country currently wracked by violent protests. Earlier on Wednesday,...
10 Oct
England Head Coach Eddie Jones held a press conference for the international media on Thursday in central Tokyo. England's match against France has been cancelled due to the typhoon. Rugby World Cup organizers...
10 Oct
The U.N. refugee agency is among the possible contenders for this year's Nobel Peace Prize. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was set up in 1950 and has already won the Noble Peace Prize twice...
10 Oct
Heads of state, CEO's and NGO leaders arrived in Lyon in central France on Wednesday to join a summit organized by French president Macron to seek $14 billion to eradicate aids, tuberculosis and malaria. Niger...
10 Oct
Protesters in Quito, Ecuador clashed with police in the capital's colonial district on Wednesday. Ecuadorean protesters held a national strike and clashed with security forces after President Lenin Moreno...
9 Oct
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer were back on the campaign trail on Tuesday. Trudeau went north to Iqaluit, Nunavut, where he promised a push for green energy,...
9 Oct
Up to 30 homes were destroyed in bush fires which intensified in parts of Australia on Tuesday. Fires in northern New South Wales have been burning over the past few weeks. On Tuesday in Queensland, fires forced...
9 Oct
The F-16 warplane belonging to the United States Air Force crashed over uninhabited territory in western Germany on Tuesday. But the pilot escaped with minor injuries after ejecting, officials said. Public...
9 Oct
UK parliament was suspended on Tuesday for a short period to launch its new legislative agenda. Johnson's previous suspension of parliament was ruled as unlawful after critics argued that it was being used to...

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