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Month: September 2023

Las 5 cosas que debes saber este 26 de septiembre: ¿Por qué van a deportar inmigrantes?

CNNEspañol sjv Puede que la huelga de escritores termine, pero no los problemas de Hollywood. Este invierno puede ser drásticamente diferente en EE.UU. Esposa de Bruce Willis revela la “difícil” realidad sobre la demencia del actor. Esto es lo que debes saber para comenzar el día. Primero la verdad. 1. ¿Por qué van a deportar inmigrantes de

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South Korea’s Constitutional Court strikes down law banning anti-Pyongyang leafleting

By KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s Constitutional Court has struck down a 2020 law that criminalized the sending of anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets to North Korea, calling it an excessive restriction on free speech. The court issued the ruling on Tuesday in response to a complaint filed by North Korean

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Stock market today: Global shares dip with eyes on the Chinese economy and a possible US shutdown

By YURI KAGEYAMA AP Business Writer TOKYO (AP) — Global shares mostly sank Tuesday over worries about a possible U.S. government shutdown and the troubled Chinese economy. France’s CAC 40 lost 0.7% in early trading to 7,076.82. Germany’s DAX fell 0.5% to 15,329.25. Britain’s FTSE 100 edged up 0.2% to 7,638.01. U.S. shares were set

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UN says cholera and dengue outbreaks have been reported in eastern Sudan as conflict grinds on

By SAMY MAGDY Associated Press CAIRO (AP) — The U.N. health agency says cholera and dengue outbreaks have been reported in eastern Sudan, where thousands of people are sheltering in crowded camps as deadly fighting grinds on between the country’s military and a rival paramilitary force. The World Health Organization said on Tuesday that 162

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Australian prime minister says he’s confident Indigenous people back having their Parliament ‘Voice’

By ROD McGUIRK Associated Press CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s prime minister says he is confident that Indigenous Australians overwhelmingly support a proposal to create their own representative body to advise Parliament and have it enshrined in the constitution. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s remarks on Tuesday came as Tiwi Islanders cast their votes on making

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Piden expulsar a estudiantes de Nueva Hampshire acusados de compartir y “calificar” fotografías de compañeras de clase sin consentimiento

Gonzalo Jimenez (CNN) — Algunos estudiantes de noveno y décimo grado de la escuela secundaria Bedford, en Bedford, Nueva Hampshire, en su mayoría niños, tomaron fotografías de las nalgas y los senos de niñas de 11.º y 12.º grado sin su consentimiento, “calificándolas y compartiéndolas con otros”, según cartas enviadas a los padres el jueves

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2 explosions ripped through dwellings in Sweden. At least one is reportedly connected to a gang feud

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Two powerful explosions have ripped through dwellings in central Sweden, injuring at least three people and damaging buildings. Late Monday, an explosion occurred in Hasselby, a suburb of the capital, Stockholm. In the early hours of Tuesday, a blast in Linkoping, some 175 kilometers (110 miles) to the southwest, ripped the facade

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Brand performed at London's Troubabour Wembley Park on September 16

UK police open investigation after allegations of sexual offenses against Russell Brand

By Jorge Engels and Sharon Braithwaite, CNN London (CNN) — London’s Metropolitan Police said it has launched an investigation into allegations of “non-recent” sexual offenses in the United Kingdom, after a joint investigation by British media outlets revealed the comedian Russell Brand was accused of rape and sexual assault. “Following an investigation by Channel 4’s

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Cassidy Hutchinson’s new book reveals a Trump White House even more chaotic than previously known

By Jake Tapper, Jeremy Herb and Makayla Humphrey, CNN Washington (CNN) — In her new book “Enough,” former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson paints the closing days of the Trump White House as even more chaotic and lawless than she previously disclosed in her shocking televised testimony last summer. President Donald Trump lashes out unpredictably

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India and US army chiefs call for free and stable Indo-Pacific as Chinese influence grows

NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s army chief says the country is committed to maintaining a free and stable Indo-Pacific, where the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations is respected. General Manoj Pande made the comments at the Indo-Pacific Army Chiefs Conference, hosted by India and the U.S., which is focused on boosting military diplomacy

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Filipino diver with a knife helps remove floating barrier installed by China in South China Sea

By Kathleen Magramo and Manveena Suri, CNN (CNN) — A floating barrier installed by China to prevent Filipino boats from fishing in a disputed area of the South China Sea has been removed, Philippine authorities said Monday, in the latest flashpoint between Manila and Beijing over their competing maritime claims. Video released by the Philippine

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After 4 months, Pakistan resumes issuing ID cards to transgender people, officials say

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistani authorities have resumed issuing ID cards to transgender people after a four-month pause and following an Islamic court’s controversial ruling that gutted a law aimed at protecting trans rights. The national database and registry, or NADRA, halted the cards after an Islamic court ruled in May that trans people cannot change

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