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Leaders who are “playing” at unity and stuffing pressing problems into an overflowing bag of woe. A world that's in the same boat, but first-class passengers get the lifeboats. A United Nations that resembles ”a retired superhero" that has lost sight of what it used to be.
Hundreds of Haitian asylum seekers congregated outside Mexico's refugee agency in the capital and in shelters in the northern city of Monterrey on Wednesday, as migrants deterred by a crackdown at the U.S. border sought legal status in Mexico. Nearly 10,000 migrants, mainly Haitian, remain in worsening conditions in an impromptu camp that sprang up under a bridge spanning the Rio Grande from the Texas town Del Rio to Mexico's Ciudad Acuna. Filippo Grandi, the head of the U.N refugee agency, has warned that U.S. expulsions to such a volatile situation might violate international law.
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan has recorded more than 1 million confirmed cases of coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic. Officials said Wednesday that the state crossed that threshold by reporting 6,079 new cases over the last two days. There have been at least 20,781 deaths in Michigan linked to COVID-19, the disease that can be caused by the virus. The state health department says nearly 58% of eligible Michigan residents 12 and older are fully vaccinated. Detroit Mayor Mike Dugga
Police in Australia's second-largest city of Melbourne prepared for a fourth day of anti-lockdown protests on Thursday after more than 200 arrests a day earlier, while COVID-19 cases across the state of Victoria hit a daily record. Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets in the city of 5 million since officials earlier this week ordered a two-week closure of building sites and made vaccines mandatory for construction workers to limit the spread of the virus. Police used capsicum spray and foam baton rounds on Wednesday to disperse protesters who gathered at a memorial honouring war service, prompting veteran groups and some politicians to speak out against using the shrine as a rally point.
The FDA authorized COVID booster doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for people 65 and older and those whose jobs put them at high risk for exposure.
Pictures of border officers rounding up black men have drawn comparisons to US slave patrols.
New Delhi [India], September 23 (ANI): On the occasion of Sign Language Day today, the Indian Sign Language Research and Training Centre (ISLRTC), an autonomous body within the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPwD) under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment will embark on celebrations at the Dr Ambedkar International Centre in Delhi.
Pilot Nicholas Meleski and four others on the hot air balloon died after it struck a power line, caught fire and crashed into a busy street in New Mexico.
The director of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is questioning whether the Arizona Coyotes have considered how the team’s proposed arena in Tempe could impact air travel at one of the nation’s busiest airports.
China's embattled property developer Evergrande faced a Thursday deadline to pay interest on one of its dollar bonds, in a crucial moment for global investors worried that its malaise could spread beyond the country’s property sector. Global markets reacted with relief on Wednesday when the People's Bank of China's injected 90 billion yuan ($13.9 billion) into the banking system and an Evergrande unit said it had "resolved" a coupon payment on an onshore bond. But it faces $83.5 million in dollar-bond interest payments due on Thursday on a $2 billion offshore bond.
UK prime minister uses colourful language to tell world leaders it is time to stop thinking "we will get away it again".
At their Sept.1 meeting, South Algonquin Township council voted to pass a vaccination policy, under new bylaw no. 21-666. They moved forward with this policy to ensure a safe workplace and to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a highly infectious viral disease with a range of symptoms mild to severe, within that workplace and throughout the community through contact with constituents and the community at large. After much discussion, council voted to adopt this vaccination policy for South Algonqui
The USOPC revealed a new policy that requires all Winter Olympic hopefuls to be vaccinated by Dec. 1.
Nursing shortage in Arizona impacting patient care.
Withholding member states’ regional aid money would be a “game-changer”, senior EU diplomat says
OTTAWA — Several federal ridings may not have an elected member of Parliament until Thursday or even Friday, as Elections Canada continues the arduous task of verifying and counting more than 850,000 mail-in ballots. Here is a list of 18 ridings The Canadian Press considered too close to call as of 8 p.m. eastern time on Wednesday as Elections Canada kept counting special ballots: British Columbia In West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, Liberal Patrick Weiler was ahead of Conservati
Americans who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccinations are still waiting to be told if they will receive booster shots
Tuscarawas County starts creates program to get residents vaccinated
OTTAWA — A clutch of close-run ridings, including a nail-biting photo finish in Vancouver Granville, are still waiting for mail ballots to be counted to determine the final result. But Elections Canada says it expects most of the 850,000 postal votes, which were not counted on Monday night, to be tallied by the end of Wednesday. Fourridings that were too close to call on election night — Fredericton, Edmonton Centre, Northwest Territories and Yukon — were declared on Wednesday for the Liberals a