US Gives $144 Million to Afghanistan for Humanitarian Aid

The United States announced Thursday it will provide nearly $144 million worth of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, where millions of people could face acute hunger this winter if aid doesn’t arrive soon. National Security Council spokeswoman Emily Horne said in a statement that US assistance would be directed through independent …

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Former New York Governor Accused of Sexual Crimes

Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been charged with a minor sexual offense, according to a criminal complaint filed by police investigators in a court in Albany. There was confusion about whether the demand document was published intentionally or not. The one-page document filed by investigators with the Albany …

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Amusement Parks Are Back Many Halloween This Year

After a hiatus of more than a year, activities at US theme parks have returned to life or premiered. One of them was “Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios Hollywood, where visitors wanted to experience a gripping experience accompanied by the Guns ‘n Roses soundtrack, Slash.

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Texas Sate Food Truck Introduces Indonesian Sate

Barbeque or grilled meat is a favorite food of Americans in the state of Texas. This is what made a mixed Vietnamese and Indonesian diaspora couple, decided to open a ‘Sate Texas’ food truck and position it as a barbecue packaged into satay to attract US citizens to try it.

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Indonesia Beware of Delta Variant Threat AY.4.2

JAKARTA – The recent increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the UK and countries in Europe caused by the AY.4.2 variant has received special attention from the Indonesian government, which is currently trying to maintain the downward trend in cases that has been achieved in recent months. Spokesman …

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In the midst of the crisis, Facebook changed its name to Meta

Social media company Facebook is now struggling to change its company name to Meta Platforms Inc – or “Meta” for short – to reflect what CEO Mark Zuckerberg has to say about his commitment to developing around-yourself-technology known as “ metaverse.” But the social media network itself will still be …

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New York Firefighters Protest About Vaccine Mandate

Hundreds of firefighters, New York city government employees and their supporters protest against the COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy in front of the official residence of the mayor of New York on Thursday (28/10). Police officers, firefighters, and most other city government employees must show proof that they have received at …

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