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The Aug. 29 strike near the airport during the U.S. exit from Afghanistan killed ten civilians, including up to seven children, the Pentagon said.
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A top French diplomat spoke Friday of a “crisis” in relations with the U.S. after Paris learned, just before the public announcement, that Australia was scrapping a big purchase of French conventional submarines in favor of nuclear subs built with U.S. technology. The diplomat, who spoke anonymously in line with customary government practice, said that for Paris “this is a strategic question concerning the very nature of the relationship between Europe and the United States about the Indo-Pacific strategy.”
via FacebookST. PETERSBURG—As Russia heads to the polls in what is expected to be the most corrupt parliamentary elections since Putin came to power, one of the opposition candidates was out on the streets of St. Petersburg proving to people that he exists.“Look, here he is, the real Vishnevsky, not a fake one!” shrieked a local woman. She was part of a small group of people at Vladimirskaya metro station in St. Petersburg where a smiling, bearded man was holding court.Boris Vishnevsky is a prof
The August slowdown in U.S. job creation hit harder in states that pulled the plug early on enhanced federal unemployment benefits, places where an intense summertime surge of coronavirus cases may have held back the hoped-for job growth. New state-level data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed the group of mostly Republican led states that dropped a $300 weekly unemployment benefit over the summer added jobs in August at less than half the pace of states that retained the benefits. Elected leaders in those states argued the payments, in place since spring of 2020 to help families through the pandemic, were discouraging people from work and holding back an economic recovery that seemed to be gathering steam earlier this year when the impact of vaccines was taking hold and coronavirus cases were falling.
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory panel voted Friday against approval of Pfizer/BioNTech's third dose for the U.S.
The U.S. military said on Friday that a drone strike in Kabul last month killed as many 10 civilians, including seven children, and it apologized for what the Pentagon said it was a tragic mistake. Senior U.S. officers had said the Aug. 29 strike that took place as foreign forces completed the last stages of their withdrawal from Afghanistan targeted an Islamic States suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to Kabul airport. "At the time of the strike, I was confident that the strike had averted an imminent threat to our forces at the airport," U.S. General Frank McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, told reporters.
As fires spread through the Sequoia National Park, the world's largest tree is protected with a fire-resistant blanket made out of aluminum foil.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., September 17, 2021--N2 Packaging Systems, LLC expands global patent portfolio for cannabis packaging. N2 is awarded patent in Canada for proprietary packaging solution.
A United Nations report released Thursday compiles the latest scientific findings on climate change and shows a gathering disaster unless nations take swift, dramatic action to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
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BEREA, Ohio (AP) — The Browns will be down a key defensive player for Sunday's home opener and maybe an offensive starter as well. Starting linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. was placed on injured reserve Friday and will miss at least three games with a hamstring injury, a loss that will have a ripple effect through Cleveland's defense. “He’s a big part of what we do,” coach Kevin Stefanski said. “Obviously, schematically, X’s and O’s, he’s a big part of who we are, and he’s a great leader. He’s goin
The ice cream truck driver was sentenced to 33 months in prison.
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Investors hope to get more clarity from the Fed regarding the schedule for slowing down its asset purchases, which will also give a rough timeline for when the next rate increase could come. The Fed is expected to tie any policy decision to U.S. job growth in September and beyond. Other than the Fed's two-day meeting ending on Wednesday, the central banks of China, Japan, Sweden, Brazil, the United Kingdom and Turkey are among those scheduled to meet next week to discuss monetary policy.
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In a letter to U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, the lobby groups said the proposal would create "reputational challenges" for large financial services firms, increase the cost of tax preparations for Americans and small businesses, and create serious "financial privacy concerns". "We urge members to oppose any efforts to advance this ill-advised new reporting regime," the groups said in the letter.
Romelu Lukaku is flying at Chelsea while Harry Kane is stuck in stasis . Two elite, 28-year-old strikers face-off at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday after a decade of changing fortunes