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5.1 magnitude quake shakes northeast China; No injuries were reported

conclude Video Volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis: The ‘Ring of Fire’ explains The “Ring of Fire” of the Pacific is a breeding ground for natural disasters. Here’s a look at the recent incidents. BEIJING – A 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit the northeastern Chinese city of Tangshan on Sunday, the government said. No deaths or injuries were reported. Rail traffic to Tangshan, 100 …

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The French bus driver dies after a brutal attack by passengers who refused to wear face masks

A French bus driver died after being brutally beaten by passengers who refused to wear face masks. Prime Minister Jean Castex confirmed the death of Philippe Monguillot on Friday. Monguillot was hospitalized and, after the July 5 attack, was declared brain dead at a bus stop in Bayonne, southwestern France. His 18-year-old daughter Marie Monguillot told Agence France-Presse that doctors …

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New York Times: Trump is considering selling Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, says the former incumbent chief of the homeland security agency

“The president’s first ideas were more business people,” said Elaine Duke, who served as the DHS’s assistant secretary when the hurricane hit the island in September 2017. “‘Can we outsource the electricity? Can we sell the island? Do you know or are we selling this asset?'” Trump said in a newspaper interview, according to Duke. “(She said the idea of …

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Iran blames mistakes for the jet shootdown

At that time, Iranian troops were preparing for a US counter-strike and appear to have mistaken the plane for a missile. The report contained a number of moments in which the shooting down of Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 could have been avoided. According to the report, the surface-to-air missile battery targeting the Boeing 737-800 was relocated and not properly …

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Poland election: clash of ideals in the election of the head of state by the voters

Image rights Reuters The Poles vote in presidential elections, which are seen as a struggle for the future of the country and its strained relations with the European Union. In the second round, the acting ally of the conservative government, Andrzej Duda, will compete against the socially liberal Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski. A Duda victory would introduce controversial changes in …

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The starvation crisis associated with the corona virus could kill more people than the disease itself, Oxfam warns

An estimated 12,000 people a day could die of hunger associated with Covid-19 by the end of the year, Oxfam said. For comparison, data from Johns Hopkins University shows that the deadliest day of the pandemic was April 17, when 8,890 deaths were recorded. “The pandemic is the final straw for millions of people already struggling with the effects of …

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At the United Nations, Russia is forcing restricted access to help for Syrians: NPR

A United Nations-backed protection center in Idlib’s de-escalation zone housed disabled people, children, and the elderly before it was evacuated in January by the Assad regime and Russia. Kusay Sibib / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Hide label Switch label Kusay Sibib / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images A United Nations-backed protection center in Idlib’s de-escalation zone housed disabled people, …

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Frustration grows with the patchwork of corona virus rules in the Bay Area

The Bay Area’s coronavirus response, once a model of regional coordination whose aggressiveness against the virus has outperformed California, has turned into a patchwork of competitive and sometimes contradictory rules, causing business owners and elected officials to become frustrated almost four months after the first blocking orders and confused came into force. Outdoor dining, which is allowed throughout the Bay …

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Trump wanted to sell Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Elaine Duke, former Minister of Internal Security in the summer of 2017, said President Donald Trump was interested in “selling” or “selling” Puerto Rico during Hurricane Maria. Duke, who had been with the Department of Homeland Security and Defense for 30 years, took on the role during the transition from John F. Kelly to the White House chief of staff …

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