US urges Sudanese military leader to “restrain”

The United States has urged military leaders in the coup in Sudan to refrain from “any and all violence” against peaceful protesters planning Saturday’s large demonstrations. The call to Sudan’s military leaders was delivered by a senior Foreign Ministry official who gave the briefing to reporters on an anonymous basis. …

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Queen Elizabeth asked to rest for at least two weeks

The team of doctors advised Queen Elizabeth to rest for at least the next two weeks. The 95-year-old Queen has been asked not to attend an official visit and only carry out light duties during this time, Buckingham Palace said Friday. But the world’s oldest and longest-serving queen is determined …

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Afghanistan Women’s Football Team Trained in Lisbon

The 26 team members took part in their first practice at the “City of Football” complex in the Portuguese capital.​ “We were so happy and when we saw the football field we couldn’t believe we could play football again. One of my friends said to me, ‘hey, Banin I can’t …

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Government Urged to Increase Commitment to Funding for Cancer Treatment

Cancer treatment is relatively expensive, and even considered to impoverish the patient. For this reason, the state must enlarge its role, through the National Health Insurance (JKN) scheme. The chairman of the Indonesian Health Economics Association, Hasbullah Thabrany, said that the government should not suppress cancer financing, because it is …

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Journalist Survived Shooting Attack in Afghanistan

Gunmen on motorbikes brandish small firearms and shoot a television journalist in his car in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The journalist was hurt. Ali Reza Sharifi, journalist Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), survived Friday’s attack (29/10) night, deputy Taliban spokesman, Bilal Karimi, told Associated Press. “We are investigating to …

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US Student Loan Service Provider Withdraws

A second company servicing student debt has asked the United States federal government to be released from its contract. Navient, based in Wilmington, Delaware, last month announced it had signed an agreement to transfer student debt services to the company Maximus. The deal must be approved by the US Department …

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Biden Cuts Half of the Budget on Social Safety Net Bill

U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday announced a planned $1.8 trillion budget bill that he called the “most transformative” aid to Americans in decades while directing the U.S. toward reducing greenhouse gas pollution. sharp glass. Biden presented his budget bill, now only half what he proposed last week, in a …

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