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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Wednesday which expands the procedure for residents of Ukraine's eastern Donetsk and Lugansk regions to obtain Russian citizenship, according to The Kyiv Post. Putin already issued a decree in April which simplified the process for Ukrainians in "certain areas" of Luhansk and Donetsk to get Russian citizenship. Ukraine, the European Union, and other Western countries objected to the decree as an attempt to undermine Ukrainian sovereignty.

The United Nation's health agency warned the possibility of the Ebola outbreak spreading from the Democratic Republic of Congo to the region "remains very high" after it declared the ongoing epidemic a "public health emergency of international concern" on Wednesday, according to STAT News. The declaration was issued just weeks before the one-year anniversary of the declaration that an outbreak was underway, with more than 2,500 cases reported over the last 12 months and the death toll

China on Wednesday urged the Trump administration to “make up its mind” about reaching a trade deal with Beijing, warning that additional tariffs could send negotiations further off track.Since the high-profile talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US counterpart Donald Trump at the G20 summit late last month in Osaka, Japan, there has been little sign that the two sides have made any progress towards ending their year-long trade war.US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this week…

In a remote stretch of Costa Rica, where towering trees give way to spindly mangroves, mornings start with a roar. Monkeys high in the canopy howl to greet the sunrise. Hammers bang and tools scrape as workers hustle to beat the heat. Sawmills shriek from a grassy clearing, slicing enormous logs into smooth, broad planks. A makeshift shipyard is emerging here in Punta Morales, a tiny fishing town on the Pacific coast. The skeleton of a sailing ship has taken shape, with tall…

AWASA - The green, blue and red flag of the Sidama people flutters defiantly above government buildings in a southern Ethiopian city where leaders are on the brink of declaring a breakaway region. The Sidama say they plan to unilaterally declare their own federal state this week -- a move analysts say could inflame Ethiopia's political crisis and lead to bloodshed. In Hawassa, the would-be capital of the proposed state, motorbike riders blared their horns on Monday as young men ran through the

The infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years on Wednesday and was ordered to pay $12.6 billion in forfeiture, according to USA Today. Guzman also spoke in court for what will likely be the last time he's seen in public before being sent to Colorado's Supermax Prison for his sentence. He addressed the court to claim "there was no justice here" Guzman, 62, was convicted in February of all 10 counts he faced…

China and Vietnam have been handling their recent South China Sea stand-off in an unusually restrained manner, leading observers to conclude both nations have learned from their deadly crisis of five years ago.The latest confrontation began two weeks ago when a Chinese geological survey ship began conducting a seismic survey near the Vietnamese-controlled – and China-claimed – Vanguard Reef, and has resulted in coastguard vessels from the two countries patrolling the area.But, unlike a similar…

An American woman in Saudi Arabia lost custody of her 4-year-old daughter even though she had videos showing her Saudi ex-husband's alleged drug use and verbal abuse on Sunday, according to The Independent. A judge awarded custody of Bethany Vierra's daughter to her ex-husband since she did not have any male witnesses backing her up, even though the video evidence showed her ex-husband smoking hashish, talking about marijuana use, and yelling at her while their daughter was in the room. The

For those concerned about global warming and about eating healthfully, it’s possible to tackle both issues at once by joining a growing agricultural movement — by planting a no-till garden. Confronting the problem starts with soil. Better soil produces more nutritious crops. Tilling, and/or applying synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides kill the organisms in the soil that produce those nutrients. Recent studies indicate that people would need to eat three times as much fruit and four

President Emmanuel Macron succeeded in obtaining a blueprint for Notre Dame's restoration, which could pave the way for his controversial plan to replace the spire with a "modern" design. ...

TEHRAN: Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday that the Islamic republic will keep rolling back its commitments under the landmark 2015 nuclear deal. "You did not carry out a single one of your commitments, why do you want us to stick to our commitments?" Khamenei said, criticising European countries which are party to the deal. "We have just started to decrease our commitments in the deal and this process will certainly continue," he said in a speech in Tehran partly…

The family of a jailed British-Iranian woman says she has been taken to the psychiatric ward of a hospital in Tehran. The case has fueled tensions between Iran and the UK amid attempts to salvage a 2015 nuclear deal. ...

Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling In Leo Tolstoy’s “Resurrection,” a Russian novel about prisons and a nobleman who sought redemption for a sin committed years earlier, he wrote of an encounter in which an old man mutters semi-coherently his jailers were the Antichrist. When asked what he meant by this and what ought to be done with those who refuse to obey the law, the old man breaks into a sarcastic laugh. Displaying his teeth, he contemptuously says: “The Law! First, they…

UberEats says it is changing its contracts with restaurants so they no longer shoulder the burden of refunds for dodgy deliveries. ...

Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accused British forces of "theft" and "piracy" after authorities seized an Iranian tanker off the coast of Gibraltar while vowing Iran would not "leave such evil deeds unanswered," according to The Independent. The comments were made during a televised address on Tuesday as tensions continued to simmer about the UAE-based Gulf oil tanker, the MT Riah, which went missing on Saturday while traveling through the Strait of Hormuz. A United States defense

Local students, grades 7 through 11, participated in exploratory activities at a STEM camp at SPC this summer.

Germany's Ursula von der Leyen was elected by just nine votes as the European Union's top job on Tuesday after promising to address climate change and address gender inequality while uniting the bloc, according to Politico Europe. The 60-year-old former defense minister of Germany won the secret ballot in Strasbourg to replace Jean-Claude Juncker as president of the European Commission. “I feel so honored and I am overwhelmed and I thank you for the trust you placed in me,” Ursula von der Leyen

A federal judge said Roger Stone is no longer allowed to use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any form of social media after he violated her previous gag order on Tuesday, according to BuzzFeed News. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson told Stone he was no longer allowed to use social media as the case against him moves forward after he proves he was unwilling to adhere to her previous gag orders and refrain from publicly commenting on his case. But she did not…

AMMAN - Jordan appointed a new ambassador to Qatar on Tuesday, a step toward restoring normal relations two years after Amman withdrew its ambassador in solidarity with Gulf Arab allies who severed ties with Doha. Amman downgraded its diplomatic representation in June 2017, a few days after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain scrapped all ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting Islamist militants, which Doha denies. Zeid al-Lawzi, a senior

President Donald Trump lashed out at four minority Congresswomen again on Tuesday while lambasting Congress for rebuking him instead of them as the House of Representatives prepared to hold a vote on a resolution condemning Trump's racist tweets, according to The Guardian. After Trump accused Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) of using "vile, hateful, and disgusting" language ignored by the Democrats. "Why isn’t the House

Christine Lagarde has said she will step down as managing director of the International

Vessel stopped transmitting its location on Saturday, when it was pointing toward Iran Tracking data showing an oil tanker that was heading towards Iranian waters and stopped transmitting its location on Saturday night has raised concerns about the status of the vessel amid heightened tensions

General News Bitcoin Suisse , the Swiss crypto broker, has applied for banking and securities dealer licenses from Switzerland’s finance regulator, joining several other hopefuls from the cryptocurrency space including Bank Seba and blockchain startup Signum. Facebook’s Senate hearing is today, with the House panel’s hearing following on tomorrow. David Marcus, Facebook’s blockchain lead, will testify at both. He expects “that this will be the broadest, most extensive, and most careful

Samsung Electronics Co has managed to secure an emergency supply of key materials to sustain its chipmaking operations for the time being, averting short-term disruption from a Japanese ban of critical semiconductor and display components. That temporary lifeline did not represent a

Commercial and cargo flights can now fully access Pakistani airspace for the first time since a skirmish with India in February. The airspace closure had caused costly diversions to international flights. ...

President Donald Trump told White House counselor Kellyanne Conway to ignore a congressional subpoena on Monday compelling her to appear before them about a government watchdog finding which said she broke the Hatch Act dozens of times, according to Politico. The House Oversight Committee authorized a subpoena for Conway last month after special counsel Henry Kerner said she blatantly violated the law which bars federal employees from engaging in politics during work. “We’re not requiring her to

The number of people facing starvation has increased over the last three years according to the United Nations' latest report on food security released on Monday, according to Deutsche Welle. There are 820 million people suffer from chronic hunger, including 149 million children under the age of five who are stunted due to lack of food. Cindy Holleman, one of the main authors of the report, said there are 96 people around the world who need to have food provided for them so…

There has been a spate of new cases of polio in Pakistan and Afghanistan on Monday despite an international effort to help eliminate the disease over the last three decades, according to India Today. The two countries have had a total of 42 polio paralysis cases as of July 10, which World Health Organization officials said amounted to a single large outbreak since most cases are in tribal areas along the shared border. Pakistan had 32 of the cases, compared to only three…

As President Donald Trump continued to lash out at several Democrats on Monday, a day after using racist language telling four Congresswomen to go back from where they came from, a new report released by the Pew Research Center said one in five Americans follow Trump on Twitter. The report also said Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama is followed by seven percent more of U.S. adult Twitter users at 26 percent, according to Yahoo News. Since Twitter users can include institutional and automated

Iran is hoping to attract up to one million Chinese tourists from next month in a bid to shore up its falling economy, badly hit by US sanctions.Vali Teymouri, Iran's deputy director for tourism affairs, told the South China Morning Post that the Iranian government’s new visa waiver program for Chinese visitors – first announced in June – could be implemented as early as the end of this month.Teymouri said Iran expected to “attract one million Chinese in the near future” through the…

The most delayed airlines flying from the UK have been revealed, with Vueling Airlines ranked the least punctual. Flights operated by the Spanish carrier were 31 minutes late on average in 2018, according to an analysis of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) data by Press Association. Vueling is owned by the International Airlines Group, which also owns British Airways and Aer Lingus. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. From 15p

The World Health Organization released a report on Monday which warned parents over commercial baby foods containing too much sugar, including savory meals, according to The Bangkok Post. WHO is currently seeking a ban on added sugar in food for children under 36 months old and is calling on governments around the world to crack down on the high levels of sugar in babies' diets. The international health body said infants can see their teeth suffer and are at risk of developing a…

The United States Air Force issued a sternly worded warning after a Facebook event attracted more than half a million people who planned to storm the top- secret Area 51 military base in the desert on Monday, according to Global News. Over 600,000 people have signed up to an event called “Storm Area 51, they can’t stop all of us” which is planning to gather a mass protest before storming the air force base that has been a point of fascination among conspiracy…

The Trump administration filed a regulation on Monday to try and curb the number of Central American migrants who can claim asylum by entering the United States through Mexico on Monday, according to PBS NewsHour. A document filed by the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security in the Federal Register detailed the regulation which aims to decrease access to the asylum process and could affect a large number of migrants who make a perilous journey from their home countries in Guatemala, El

China confirmed on Monday that a Canadian has been detained on suspicion of drug offences in the east coast city of Yantai.Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Monday that the authorities in Yantai, a city in Shandong province, had contacted the Canadian embassy and arranged for consular visits.Geng added that the case was not related to the detention of 19 people, including seven foreign language teachers, in Jiangsu province earlier this month.Global Affairs Canada said on Saturday…

General News Bitpoint , the Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange, has discovered another $2.3 million is missing following their $30-million hack last week. Prasos Ltd , a Finland-based firm offering cryptocurrency brokerage and exchange services, has been granted a Payment Institution License (PIL) in the EU – only the third crypto firm in Europe to receive the license. The PIL enables Prasos to offer additional fiat currency payment services for users of its Finnish Coinmotion exchange platform

US President Donald Trump has told aides and allies that he was considering removing Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross after a Supreme Court defeat on adding a citizenship question to the census, NBC News reported on Monday.Trump retreated on Thursday from adding a contentious question on citizenship to the 2020 census, but insisted he was not giving up his fight to count how many non-citizens are in the country and ordered government agencies to mine their databases.The 81-year-old commerce… ...

Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling Warning signs of intergenerational uprisings and violence couldn’t be more obvious than the ones which just occurred in Hong Kong and Philadelphia. And yet, older generations seem oblivious to three important facts. First, the causes behind these and other uprisings do not cease to exist because they are ignored. Second every generation discriminated against becomes a curse instead of a blessing. Third, it may be possible for older generations to