Iran’s nuclear program has gone too far

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Monday Iran had crossed all “red lines” in curbing its nuclear weapons program, but Israel “will not allow” Tehran to acquire the bomb, the news agency reported. AFP. In his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, Bennett claimed in recent years the …

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US State Department Spokesperson Tests Positive for COVID-19

US State Department spokesman Ned Price said he tested positive for COVID-19 early Monday (27/9) and will remain out of the office for the next 10 days, according to standard protocol. The announcement came after Price attended a meeting in New York on the sidelines of the United Nations General …

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US Senate Fails to Pass Government Budget and Debt Limit

FLY — The United States Senate, Monday (27/9), failed to pass a bill to prevent a partial government shutdown and avoid the federal government’s failure to pay debts at the start of an important legislative week. This failure highlights the challenges facing a deeply divided Congress. Republican congressmen late Monday …

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UK warns citizens of threat of extradition to Hong Kong

Concerns are rising after the Chinese government imposed a national security law on Hong Kong that led Britain to warn some of its nationals that they could face arrest and extradition to the former British colony. China enacted a national security law in June 2020 in response to months of …

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Free Training to Repair Various Devices

Most Americans choose to throw away their belongings or equipment if they are damaged. But now there is a movement to encourage residents to learn to repair themselves, either through repair training clinics or free tutorials on the internet. Here’s the Mouab team’s report.

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Pfizer Begins Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Preventive Drugs

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer said it had started large-scale clinical trials for a drug made to prevent people from contracting COVID-19. The trial for this oral antibiotic will involve 2,660 healthy adult participants living in a house with a person infected with COVID-19. Pfizer is also conducting studies of the drug …

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Den Haag Prosecutors Request Extended Afghan War Crimes Investigation

Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague on Monday requested the court’s permission to continue its war crimes investigation into the actions of the Taliban and the Islamic State group-Khorasan in Afghanistan. The ICC has for 15 years investigated alleged war crimes in Afghanistan, but that investigation …

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