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US carries out air strikes in Syria - The US military on Thursday struck a site in Syria used by two Iranian-backed militia groups in response to rocket attacks on American forces in the region in the past two weeks. Fri, 26 Feb 2021 22:06:42 GMT
Ex-USA Gymnastics coach found dead - John Geddert, who coached the 2012 US Olympic women's gymnastics team, was found dead Thursday after being charged with 24 felonies in connection with the abuse of young gymnasts, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Thursday. Fri, 26 Feb 2021 09:22:12 GMT
Tiger Woods car crash update - Even after his emergency surgery, the path to recovery is long and uncertain for golf legend Tiger Woods, following his car accident in California. Fri, 26 Feb 2021 03:16:21 GMT
Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, two of her dogs stolen - Lady Gaga's dog walker was shot and her two French bulldogs, Koji and Gustav, were stolen Wednesday night in Hollywood, a source close to the singer tells CNN. Fri, 26 Feb 2021 02:05:33 GMT
How Brazil gambled on unproven drugs to fight Covid-19 - Documents show Bolsonaro's government spent emergency funds on chloroquine and continued to produce and distribute unproven drugs throughout 2020, while rejecting at least one offer to purchase a vaccine, saying the terms were "abusive."
Carlos Menem, former President of Argentina, dies at 90 - Former Argentine President Carlos Menem died on Sunday, his daughter, Zulema Menem, has confirmed to CNN. He was 90 years old.
Peru's foreign minister resigns in furor over secret vaccination of government officials - Peru's foreign minister has stepped down amid a furor over government officials being vaccinated against the coronavirus, even before the country began rolling out doses to health care workers.
Hundreds secretly vaccinated early in Peru scandal, says President - More than 480 people, including several ministers and a former president, were quietly vaccinated against Covid-19 in Peru even before the country's official vaccination campaign began, says President Francisco Sagasti.
Analysis: The crisis of democracy on America's doorstep - Turmoil in Haiti could soon test democratic leaders' support for embattled president Jovenel Moise, a former banana exporter whose claim to another year in office has sparked protests in the capital, arrests and the abrupt dismissal of several Supreme Court judges.
Mexico will file complaint at UN over unequal vaccine distribution - Wealthier countries like the United States, Israel, China and the United Kingdom are at or near the top of the list in number of vaccines administered so far, while many poorer countries have yet to offer a single dose.
NASA photo shows 'gold' Peruvian Amazon rivers - All that glitters is not gold, the saying goes, as proven by a new photo taken from the International Space Station (ISS).
Indigenous leader becomes surprise contender in Ecuador's presidential election - He wouldn't be caught dead wearing a suit. Instead of a tie round his neck, Yaku Pérez wears a Wiphala, a multi-colored flag that symbolizes indigenous identity in the Andes. His long, black hair either hangs freely or is tied in a ponytail, although he has worn a Panama hat on the campaign trail. A long time ago he changed his given name from Carlos to Yaku, which means "water" in Quechua, although he has kept his Spanish last name.
Haiti's government claims it stopped coup amid dispute over presidential term limit - Dozens were arrested in Haiti for an alleged coup attempt on Sunday, while protesters accused President Jovenel Moise of unconstitutionally extending his term.
Haitian opposition picks interim leader as row over President's term limit intensifies - Haiti's opposition movement wants a Supreme Court Judge to lead a transitional government in the country, arguing that President Jovenel Moise's term has expired and escalating efforts to force him to step down.
After a long wait, Cuba opens door to more capitalism - Cuba's communist-run government announced Saturday that Cubans will soon be able to seek employment or start businesses in most fields of work.
Canada will not implement a national handgun ban, instead, they'll leave that up to individual communities - The Canadian government proposed legislation Tuesday that would allow local communities to ban handguns, but stopped short of supporting a national handgun ban, which many gun control advocates had called for.
Blobs of brain tissue with Neanderthal DNA grown by scientists - Scientists from the University of California San Diego have inserted Neanderthal DNA into clusters of human brain tissue. Their work could shed light on how our brains evolved and how they differ from those of ancient human ancestors.
American woman accused of killing a UK teenager proposes 'mediation' with his family - Anne Sacoolas -- the woman accused of killing 19-year-old Harry Dunn while she was driving on the wrong side of the road in England -- says she is willing to enter into "mediation" with his family, after a court in Virginia ruled against her attempt to have a civil case for wrongful death dismissed.
CNN exclusive: A solar panel in space is collecting energy that could one day be beamed to anywhere on Earth - Scientists working for the Pentagon have successfully tested a solar panel the size of a pizza box in space, designed as a prototype for a future system to send electricity from space back to any point on Earth.
Canada's parliament says China committed genocide against Muslim minorities - Canadian lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a non-binding motion accusing China of committing genocide against its Muslim minorities in the western region of Xinjiang, further straining ties between the two countries. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |