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The Briton was found guilty of killing 39 Vietnamese immigrants found behind a refrigerated truck

A truck driver on Friday pleaded guilty to killing 39 people from the deaths of dozens of Vietnamese immigrants who were discovered from behind a truck in south-east England last year. BRITISH POLICE IDENTIFIES 39 VIETNAMESAL MIGRANTS DETECTED DEAD INSIDE REFRIGERATED TRUCK LAST MONTH Ronan Hughes, 40, from the County of Armagh in Northern Ireland, has joined the criminal court …

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What happens when a pandemic blocks a pope trotting on the ground?

ROME (AP) – On the day of March, when Italy recorded the largest jump in coronavirus deaths, Pope Francis broke free to offer extraordinary prayer and a request from his flock to reconsider his priorities, claiming that the virus had proved they need each other. Francis’ words from the rainy promenade of St. Peter’s Basilica summed up the basic messages …

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Once the epicenter of COVID-19, Arizona broke free

For months, Arizona has excelled as one of the worst coronavirus hotspots in the world, suffering from an outbreak that has disgusted hundreds of thousands of people. The hospitals were so impressed that the Ministry of Health adopted crisis standards of care in preparation for the increase in capacity. Now, however, cases have spread after big cities have introduced new …

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Democrats seek Hatch Act to try to prevent Trump administration from politicizing government – Newsweek

Democrats try to act to try to prevent the Trump administration from politicizing the government’s news week The home panel seeks to keep Pompeo despised by The New York Times Congress At the time Trump named the Hatch Law Defenders, officials who are caught are punished by The Washington Post The Speaker of the House is trying to threaten Congress …

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The buzzing of an American B-52 aircraft by two Russian jets was “dangerous and unprofessional”, claims the air force

The US Air Force said in a statement on Saturday that two Russian jets flew on Friday morning in a “dangerous and unprofessional” way within 100 feet of the American B-52 bomber. The Air Force said that Russian Su-27 Flanker pilots repeatedly crossed 100 feet from the nose of the B-52, which caused turbulence and limited the maneuverability of the …

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Japan’s Suga hopes to win the race in PM Abe’s successor: the media

Tokyo (Reuters) – Japan’s chief secretary, Yoshihide Suga, will take part in a race for his boss’s successor, Shinzo Abe, as prime minister, local media reported on Sunday as competition loses to succeed Japan’s longest-running leader. PICTURE PHOTO: Japan’s top government spokesman, Yoshihide Suga, the government’s secretary-general, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo, Japan, on August 26, 2020. …

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Xi argues that China must step up efforts to combat “splittism” in Tibet China News

China must build an “impregnable fortress” to maintain stability in Tibet, protect national unity and nurture the masses in the fight against “splittism,” according to state media, President Xi Jinping told senior officials. China seized control of Tibet in 1950 in what it describes as a “peaceful liberation” that helped the remote Himalayan region blow up its “feudalist” past. However, …

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A new rule for exports to China could jeopardize US sales of TikTok

TOPLINE The Chinese government has added artificial intelligence technology to its export control list, including tools to “recommend customized content,” a move that could potentially jeopardize the pending sale of TikTok operations in the United States, Nikkei Asian Review first reported. US sales of TikTok may be affected by restrictive regulations from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce … [+] foreign …

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