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French anger after UK PM calls on Paris to ‘take back’ migrants crossing Channel 

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French anger after UK PM calls on Paris to ‘take back’ migrants crossing Channel 

Tensions between Paris and London are rising after 27 migrants died off the coast of Calais in the largest tragedy of its kind in the English Channel. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, left, greets French President Emmanuel Macron, at the COP26 U.N. Climate Summit in Glasgow   –   Copyright  Credit: AP  French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin cancelled on Friday […]

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Half gram Bayer Aspirin tablet on blister pack. (File photo) Aspirin can increase risk of heart failure by more than 25 percent: Study

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Half gram Bayer Aspirin tablet on blister pack. (File photo) Aspirin can increase risk of heart failure by more than 25 percent: Study

Aspirin use is associated with a 26 percent risk of heart failure in people who have at least one predisposing factor or condition, according to researchers from the European Society of Cardiology. Predisposing factors that were taken into consideration in the study included high blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, obesity, high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. Half gram […]

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At Least 11 Dead, Dozens Injured in Siberia Coal Mine Fire

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At Least 11 Dead, Dozens Injured in Siberia Coal Mine Fire

    A mining fire in Siberia’s Kemerovo region has killed at least 11 miners and injured dozens more, regional authorities said Thursday. The Listvyazhnaya coal mine in the Kemerovo region town of Belovo in southwestern Siberia.Administration Governments of Kuzbass At least 285 miners were inside when the blaze erupted at the Listvyazhnaya coal mine in Kemerovo — also […]

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Deadly explosion rocks Somali capital Mogadishu At least eight people killed and 17 others injured

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Deadly explosion rocks Somali capital Mogadishu At least eight people killed and 17 others injured

At least eight people have been killed and 17 injured, including school students, in Somalia’s capital in a car bombing that targeted a United Nations security convoy, officials and witnesses said. Security forces and rescue workers search for bodies at the scene of a blast in Mogadishu [Farah Abdi Warsameh/AP Photo] The armed group al-Shabab […]

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UAE invests $10 billion in Turkey as Erdoğan, MBZ meet

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UAE invests $10 billion in Turkey as Erdoğan, MBZ meet

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has set aside a $10 billion fund to invest in Turkey, the chairperson of one of the emirate’s sovereign wealth funds, ADQ, said in a statement late Wednesday. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (R) and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed (MBZ) speak at the entrance of the Presidential […]

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Sweden’s first female PM resigns hours after being elected

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Sweden’s first female PM resigns hours after being elected

Newly elected Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has announced her resignation just hours after making history as the country’s first woman premier. “I have told the speaker that I wish to resign as prime minister,” Andersson told reporters on Wednesday in Stockholm, after the coalition led by her Social Democratic Party unraveled. The 54-year-old Andersson […]

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France and UK vow ‘to do more’ after 27 migrants die in Channel’s worst tragedy 

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France and UK vow ‘to do more’ after 27 migrants die in Channel’s worst tragedy 

France and the UK vowed to step up cooperation to stop illegal crossings after at least 27 migrants died off the coast of Calais on Wednesday in the largest tragedy of its kind in the Channel. French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin answers the press in Calais, northern France, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021   –   Copyright  Credit: APThe regional maritime […]

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Sudan’s PM Hamdok says he expects new government to be formed within two weeks

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Sudan’s PM Hamdok says he expects new government to be formed within two weeks

Sudan’s newly reinstated Prime Minister Abadalla Hamdok told Al Arabiya on Tuesday that he expects a new government to be formed within two weeks.  “I will make every effort to accomplish [forming a new government] within a time period of no more than two weeks,” he said in an interview with Al Arabiya. Hamdok signed […]

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Today in Sweden: A roundup of the latest news on Wednesday

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Today in Sweden: A roundup of the latest news on Wednesday

Find out what’s going on in Sweden today with The Local’s short roundup of the news in less than five minutes. Per Bolund, vice prime minister (Green Party) and Magdalena Andersson leader of the Social Democrats at the prime ministerial vote. Photo: Erik Simander/TT Social Democrat Magdalena Andersson confirmed as Sweden’s first female prime minister […]

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Update: Listing Taiwan as participant to democracy summit among sovereign countries ‘dangerous provocation’: experts

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Update: Listing Taiwan as participant to democracy summit among sovereign countries ‘dangerous provocation’: experts

Shortly after the Biden administration officially released the list of participants to its upcoming “summit for democracy,” which includes the island of Taiwan, the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office said “it’s a mistake” and reiterated its firm opposition to any formal interaction between the US and the island.  Photo taken on July 21, 2019 from […]

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