Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ wins Toronto festival top prize

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LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Steven Spielberg's new film "The Fabelmans" earned its spot as the first Academy Awards nominee Sunday by winning the first...

Queen Elizabeth II dies, Charles III succeeds

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Elizabeth II became queen in 1952 and was Britain's longest-reigning Ballater (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in Britain's history and...

Casper Ruud in the US Open final after his victory over Karen Khachanov

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Casper Ruud qualified this Friday evening for the final of the US Open. The Norwegian dominated Russian Karen Khachanov 7-6 (7/5), 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. After...

Eastern Canada looks to clean up as Storm Fiona calms

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Damage caused by Fiona in the Burnt Islands in Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada MONTREAL (AFP) - Parts of eastern Canada woke up to damage...

AFC Asian Cup Final: Shadab Khan takes responsibility for Sri Lanka defeat

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After losing to Sri Lanka in the AFC Asian Cup Final, the multi-level player, Shadab Khan, took on some sportsmanship, taking responsibility for losing...
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African Union condemns recent coup in Burkina Faso

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Troops are still guarding the National Television Center after Burkina Faso's second coup this year Ouagadougou (AFP) - The African Union on Saturday condemned the...

Hurricanes: have the coasts of Florida become unlivable?

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Florida is frequently hit by successive hurricanes. Do the thousands of inhabitants still want to rebuild and live again with this risk? Trip Valigorsky's house,...

AFC Asian Cup Final: Shadab Khan takes responsibility for Sri Lanka defeat

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After losing to Sri Lanka in the AFC Asian Cup Final, the multi-level player, Shadab Khan, took on some sportsmanship, taking responsibility for losing...

Xi and Putin look to challenge global order at regional summit

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping called for global order change at a summit challenging Western influence.Samarkand (Uzbekistan) (AFP) Russian President...

Facebook whistleblower launched a non-profit organization to deal with big tech

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The first project of a new non-profit organization launched by Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen will be to create an open source database of the...
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Midterms 2022: Republicans ahead in the House of Representatives, very tight battle for the...

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The Republicans had a good thirty seats ahead of the lower house of the American Congress on Wednesday morning, while the two parties are...

White lines in the body causes and treatment

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White lines are one of the most important problems that a very large group of girls and women suffer from at the present time,...

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Mixed day for stocks as European inflation rises

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A woman holds a torch during a demonstration against rising energy prices and the increasing cost of living during a national demonstration in Brussels...

Scotland beat Ukraine to boost Nations League bid

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Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes celebrates after scoring against Ukraine Glasgow (AFP) - Scotland boosted their bid for promotion to the United Nations League and got...
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Republicans Beg For Money From Infrastructure Bill They Once Called ‘Socialism’

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Many Republican lawmakers criticized the massive infrastructure spending bill as "socialism" or "socialist" in order to get their base angry, but a new report...

The losses caused by Hurricane Ian, in the billions, will slow down growth in...

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Residents of mobile homes clean up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida, on September 29, 2022 New York (AFP) -...

Biden visits queen’s coffin as UK counts down to funeral

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London (AFP) - US President Joe Biden paid his last respects in London to Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday, as it was time for...

Pressure builds after World Bank chief dodges questions about climate

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World Bank President David Malpass has been accused of being a "climate denier" after refusing to answer whether he believed human-made emissions contributed to...
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Canada launches review to legalize cannabis after four years

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Canada has launched a review of its cannabis law, four years after it legalized its recreational use - celebrated by thousands including this man...

China doubles down on coal as energy crunch bites

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Coal loading onto trains at a coal plant in Huaibei, east China's Anhui Province, on June 23, 2022 - Coal power still makes up...

Marjorie Taylor Greene Threatens Kevin McCarthy To Give Her ‘A Lot Of Power’ After...

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In a recent interview with The New York Times, Marjorie Taylor Greene issued what could easily be seen as a threat against Republican leader...

Germany controls Russian-owned oil refineries

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By controlling German Rosneft's operations, Berlin can operate refineries using crude oil from countries other than Russia Berlin (AFP) - Berlin on Friday took control...

Pressure on Putin as he called reservists to war

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US President Joe Biden addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly United Nations (United States) (AFP) - Pressure mounted on Vladimir Putin...
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Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ wins Toronto festival top prize

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LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Steven Spielberg's new film "The Fabelmans" earned its spot as the first Academy Awards nominee Sunday by winning the first...

Scotland beat Ukraine to boost Nations League bid

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Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes celebrates after scoring against Ukraine Glasgow (AFP) - Scotland boosted their bid for promotion to the United Nations League and got...

Ukraine: what to remember from Friday, November 18

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As the snow begins to fall on the country, Kyiv has asked for "additional support" from the EU to deal with the energy crisis...

Western arms production ramps up as Ukraine burns stockpiles

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The use of artillery in the Ukraine war is depleting Western ammunition stocks Washington (AFP) - Western governments are mobilizing arms manufacturers to ramp up...

Ocean Viking: legal chaos for migrants

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Friday, November 18, due to lack of time and resources, justice was unable to process all the files of migrants from the Ocean Viking....
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United States: an independent prosecutor appointed to investigate Donald Trump

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The American billionaire reacted on Friday, denouncing a "political" and "unfair" appointment. Donald Trump, in Palm Beach (Florida), November 15, 2022. (AFP) US Attorney General...

Worcester boss fears for crisis rugby club’s future

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Worcester warning - Rugby manager Steve Diamond says the future of the cash-strapped Premier League club is in the balance. London (AFP) - Worcester's rugby...

Putin vows more ‘heavy’ attacks after Russian missiles hit Ukraine

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Police examine a destroyed car after a rocket attack on the center of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - President Vladimir Putin on...

Pakistan gets Shaheen Afridi fitness boost ahead of World Cup

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Pakistan will boost their T20 World Cup finals with bowler Shaheen Afridi's return from injury Karachi (AFP) - Pakistan's captain, Shaheen Shah Afridi, will be...

Zelensky calls on the world to punish Russia as Biden seeks to court the...

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky appears on the screen as he addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly United Nations (United States) (AFP)...
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Iraq’s ancient ruins open to tourism after ISIS atrocities

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Five years after the defeat of ISIS, the first group of tourists visited the archaeological site of Hatra in northern Iraq Hatra (Iraq) (AFP) -...

Ethiopia: First UN food aid convoy to Tigray since ceasefire

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Fifteen trucks entered this region on Wednesday, where 5.4 million people are in food distress according to the World Food Programme. A truck chartered by...

Top Democrat urges US to block arms sales to Riyadh

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US Senator Bob Menendez (Democrat of New Jersey) called on Washington to freeze cooperation with Saudi Arabia over its decision to "guarantee" the Russian...

Elizabeth II: trouble, strife and family life

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Queen Elizabeth II gave birth to Prince Charles in 1948 when she was a 22-year-old princess London (AFP) - As queen, Elizabeth II’s family life...

Western arms production ramps up as Ukraine burns stockpiles

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The use of artillery in the Ukraine war is depleting Western ammunition stocks Washington (AFP) - Western governments are mobilizing arms manufacturers to ramp up...
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After destroying Florida, Hurricane Ian began to recede

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An aerial photograph taken on September 30, 2022 shows destroyed homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Florida FORT MYERS (United...

Ukraine: a first train from kyiv arrives in Kherson, a week after the withdrawal...

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A week after the withdrawal of Russian troops, the railway line between kyiv and Kherson resumed service on Friday, November 18. A week after the...

Biden pledges solidarity with Iranian women as protests spread

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United Nations (United States) (AFP) - US President Joe Biden pledged solidarity with Iranian women Wednesday as eight people were reported killed in growing...

Russia bombards Ukraine before G7 meeting, Kyiv calls for air defences

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Kyiv (Ukraine) (AFP) - Russia said on Tuesday it had launched mass strikes on Ukraine, hours before a meeting of G7 leaders whom Kyiv...

Woman Killed by Shark While Snorkeling on Vacation

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A family vacation ends in tragedy when a Pennsylvania mother is attacked and killed by a bull shark. Caroline Deplacido and her family arrived...
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