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14 minutes ago
Experts on global warming have cautiously welcomed the announcement by Xi Jinping, China’s top leader, to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that his country would stop building coal-burning power plants abroad. https://t.co/GKyvaeJKeh
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2 hours ago
Visitors from 33 countries, including E.U. members, will soon be able to enter the U.S., provided they have proof of vaccination and a negative coronavirus test. But confusion surrounds the fine points. Here is what we know so far. https://t.co/F01ksWtjfZ by @heathertal https://t.co/UxTgkXncnw
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3 hours ago
Salieron de Haití hace mucho tiempo y construyeron su vida en el extranjero, pero luego intentaron llegar a Estados Unidos. Ahora están atónitos al verse deportados a un país en crisis.https://t.co/OB2gauiO0a por @porterthereport

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6 hours ago
A political marriage of convenience that once appeared to be a stroke of genius is unraveling as Argentina’s president and vice president trade blame over their party’s tumbling fortunes, frustrating voters more worried about the sputtering economy. https://t.co/vEXgYaFsfl
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6 hours ago
Experts on global warming have cautiously welcomed the announcement by Xi Jinping, China’s top leader, to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that his country would stop building coal-burning power plants abroad. https://t.co/2VTSlATfKY
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7 hours ago
Nearly one-quarter of the hospitals treating Covid-19 in Afghanistan have closed in recent weeks, and the country’s efforts to respond to the pandemic have declined, World Health Organization officials said Wednesday. https://t.co/dYNldgeETb
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“The French have been ruthless in their arms dealings in the past,” said a political scientist at MIT. While he understood Paris’s rage over the U.S. jumping the submarine deal, “When somebody else plays this same game, the French get upset.” https://t.co/KqyDNLnNsV
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8 hours ago
A giant lava flow from a volcanic eruption on La Palma, one of the Spanish Canary Islands, has destroyed hundreds of homes, forced the evacuation of thousands of people and prompted warnings of toxic explosions https://t.co/lvXecAPs4F
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8 hours ago
Germany's fate in Sunday's election will not be settled by the far right. But the country's future will in part be shaped by it. https://t.co/xqpWLbLayN
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8 hours ago
Ukraine’s president said he would cut short his trip to New York to address the General Assembly, after one of his top advisers survived an apparent assassination attempt on Wednesday.

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9 hours ago
La disputa pública entre el presidente y la vicepresidenta de Argentina profundiza las dudas de que la pareja que lidera una nación agobiada por las deudas, la pobreza y la crisis económica pueda gobernar de manera efectiva. https://t.co/SJ1PkVOZaO

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9 hours ago
The public spat between Argentina’s president and vice president deepened doubts that the pair can govern effectively and again raised the question: Who is actually in charge? https://t.co/ggPVxFdGeN
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9 hours ago
After a day of somber warnings and fiery denunciations that illustrated a world divided, the United Nations General Assembly reconvened on Wednesday with the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change dominating a second day of speeches by global leaders. https://t.co/SiPAlqUieM
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12 hours ago
France's problem: how to assert itself as an independent power, which the country's leaders see as essential, while maintaining the alliances on which they know France relies. https://t.co/F3K7pPGVq0
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12 hours ago
The public spat between Argentina’s president and vice president deepened doubts that the pair can govern effectively and again raised the question: Who is actually in charge? https://t.co/DrXsWosquz
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12 hours ago
The far-right Alternative for Germany party is likely to remain a disruptive force in the next national Parliament. 

“The reality is that the far right has become entrenched in the German political landscape,” said one expert.

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13 hours ago
The Taliban refused to bow to the demands of the UN and the international community to include women in their cabinet, announcing the completion of an interim government with a lineup that was entirely male. https://t.co/UhAk8VbRZh
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13 hours ago
Australia could open its international border up by Christmas, the country's tourism minister said. 

The remarks were a departure from Australia's earlier plans to keep its severe lockdown and travel restrictions in place until mid-2022.

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14 hours ago
Germany's fate in Sunday's election will not be settled by the far right. But the country's future will in part be shaped by it. https://t.co/eDXyzjBA9G
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Brazil’s health minister announced that he had tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday in New York, where he was attending the UN General Assembly along with the country’s defiantly unvaccinated president, Jair Bolsonaro. https://t.co/06rf2Iryni
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