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NEO-NAZIS-FACEBOOK – Dozens of far-right wingers use Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter to promote their brands, new research shows. Carefully following the line of propriety, leading architects from far and wide Germany harness the power of mainstream social media to promote festivals, fashion brands, music labels and mixed martial arts tournaments. by Erica Kinetz. Sent: 1,810 words, photos

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United States-Pakistan-Intelligence – The Taliban’s takeover of Kabul has deepened mutual mistrust between the US and Pakistan, the two allies who are embroiled in Afghanistan. But both sides still need each other. Sent by Noman Merchant: 1,150 words, photos.

VIRUS-OUTBREAK-ISRAEL BOOSTER – Israel is moving forward with its aggressive campaign to offer coronavirus boosters to almost anyone over the age of 12, saying the US decision to give the shot to older patients or those at high risk Its point of view was further justified. By Ilan Ben Zion. Sent: 1,060 words, pictures.

Police training – Since the death of George Floyd and the protests that followed, police departments across the country have been increasingly pushing for training, especially with calls to curb police escalation and crackdown on city police brutality pass reforms aimed at tightening. Sent by David Sharp: 970 words, photo.

Gay in the Military – Students of the Military Academy are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the end of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” this week. They say there is now widespread acceptance of lesbians, lesbians and bisexuals, but not as much for transgender students. More work is needed. by Dave Collins. Sent: 870 words, pictures.

Hungary-Poland-leaving-EU? – When Hungary and Poland joined the European Union in 2004, after decades of communist domination, they longed for Western democratic standards and prosperity. Yet 17 years later, as the EU intensifies efforts to rein in democratic backsliding in both countries, some governing right-wing populists in Hungary and Poland are comparing the bloc with their former Soviet oppressors – in and out Flirting with the possibility of exit. The Block by Justin Spike and Vanessa Gera. Sent: 990 words, pictures.


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Michael K. Williams-Autopsy – Autopsy: Actor Michael K. Williams died of drug intoxication. Sent: 400 words, photo.

PEOPLE-ELON-MUSK-GRIMES – Elon Musk and singer Grimes have ended their romantic relationship after three years. Sent: 190 words, photo.

Tropical-weather – Hurricane Sam strengthens to a Category 2 hurricane in the Atlantic. Sent: 170 words.




VIRUS-OUTBREAK-BOOSTERS-EXPLAINER-Q&A — Millions of Americans are now eligible to receive a Pfizer booster shot, to help increase their protection against the worst effects of the coronavirus. Sent: 640 words, photo.

A look at the nuts and bolts of this new phase of the vaccination campaign:

VIRUS-OUTBREAK-TENNESSEE — A federal judge has dealt a second blow to Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s controversial order allowed parents to opt out of school mask requirements, ruling that Knox County schools must implement mask mandates to help protect children with health problems. amid the coronavirus pandemic. Sent: 440 words, photo.


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United Nations – In today’s world, some conflicts remain local. India’s fight over the Kashmir region is with bitter rival Pakistan, Haiti’s internal turmoil erupting into a migrant crisis on the US-Mexico border and questions about the Ethiopian government’s role in alleged starvation deaths in the Tigre region. Is. When the leaders of those regions address the United Nations General Assembly, everything will be fully revealed. Sent: 390 words, pictures.

UN-Gathering-Pakistan – Prime Minister Imran Khan in his address to the UN General Assembly called for making Pakistan a victim of American ingratitude and an international double standard. Sent: 820 words, pictures.

UN General Assembly-Afghanistan-President – It is almost certain that Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers will not have a chance to speak at the UN General Assembly meeting of world leaders this year. The Taliban challenged the credentials of the ambassador to the former government of Afghanistan, whom they removed on 15 August, and asked to represent the country in the high-level general debate of the assembly. Sent: 500 words, pictures.

UN General Assembly Glance-Check – Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Motley did not call in her speech to the UN General Assembly on Friday. But he had what appeared to be an iPhone in hand while delivering soulful remarks to fellow world leaders. The General Assembly Hall is equipped with a teleprompter, but some leaders use it, with most opting for paper speeches. While phones have become more common for speechmakers in general, they remain rare in the General Assembly. Sent: 260 words, pictures.

UN General Assembly – Telling the story of COVID – The coronavirus pandemic was a topic of discussion at the UN General Assembly this week – launch, publicity…


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