Woman and Child Killed, Man Injured in Fort Worth Hit-and-Run

Fort worth accident: The Fort Worth Police Department seeks public support in connection with a fatal investigation. Police say the incident happened just after 2 a.m. on Sunday on the 1300 block of Interstate 20 between McCart Avenue and James Avenue. Police said a man, a woman and a 12-year-old girl were involved in a single car accident on the road. After the accident, the three of them were running...

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India Hosts Talks on Afghanistan, But No Afghan Official Invited

NEW DELHI (India Hosts Talks on Afghanistan): India welcomed senior security officials from Russia, Iran and five Central Asian countries on Wednesday to discuss the impact of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan on boycotted talks by Pakistan and China. A joint statement issued after the meeting stated that the eight participating nations also discussed the threats of terrorism, radicalization and drug trafficking, and the need for humanitarian aid. No details...

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Russia Flies N-Capable Bombers Over Belarus Amid Migrant Crisis

MOSCOW Migrant Crisis: Russia took the rare step on Wednesday to deploy two strategic nuclear-ready bombers to patrol Belarusian airspace to support Belarus's ally at a time when it is in a migration confrontation with the European Union. Moscow's decision to lift the stakes came as the 27-nation bloc on Wednesday considered sanctions to punish Minsk for the so-called artificially caused crisis, which Belarus denies. Migrants trapped in Belarus tried...

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Malala Yousafzai Ties the Knot in Small UK Ceremony

Pakistani Nobel Prize winner and legal activist Malala Yousafzai announced on Tuesday that she had tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at her home in Birmingham. “Today is a precious day in my life. Asser and I got married to be partners for life. We held a small Nikkah ceremony with our families in Birmingham. Please send us your prayers. We look forward to the next journey together,” the...

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Maybe Biden Should Quit While He’s ahead!

Biden Should Quit: What if President Biden signed the important infrastructure bill that just passed... and then not much happens in the next 12 months? No more “better” legislation, democratic power struggles over social spending, no more giving in to Joe Manchin? If Biden's only focus were to regain popularity and give his party a fighting chance in next year's midterm elections, he could simply abandon the huge green energy...

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Migrants Massing at Border With Belarus Help, Poland Says

Warsaw: Poland said on Monday that hundreds of migrants in Belarus would descend to its border to forcibly enter the EU member, which NATO had hit Minsk as an intentional tactic.  “A group of a few hundred people are heading to the Kuznica border crossing. One group has already tried to cross the border, but border guards have arrested some of these people,” Polish government spokesman Piotr Muller told reporters in...

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Drawing inspiration from late father, new Kapolei quarterback Tuli Tagovailoa-Amosa Jr. hoping to make a name for himself in 2021

Based on his name alone, Tuli Tagovailoa-Amosa Jr. will have a lot to do when he takes over the field for the Kapolei football team this fall. After playing for Thompson High School in Alabama last fall, the quarterback will make his sophomore year debut for the hurricanes against Kahuku on Friday night. Tagovailoa-Amosa's brother, Myron, is currently a prominent defensive lineman for Notre Dame. His cousin Taulia was the...

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Twenty-Six Children Die in Niger School Fire

Niamey: Twenty-six schoolchildren died when a fire in southern Niger School devoured their straw and wood classrooms on Monday.  “Right now, we have 26 dead and 13 injured, four of them seriously,” said the mayor of Maradi, adding that the children were between five and six years old. Niger, one of the poorest countries in the world, has sought to address the shortage of school buildings by building thousands of...

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Remember the COVID-19 treatment pill? This country just approved it

The United Kingdom developed the first country in the world Thursday to approve the COVID-19 treatment pill from the U.S. Company Merck, a possibly game-changing move in the fight in contradiction of the coronavirus eruption, per Reuters Britain’s Medicines and Healthcare crops Controlling Agency Thursday optional the drug — called molnupiravir  for those who have mild or reasonable cases of COVID-19 and at least one important risk factor, such as...

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At global summits, Biden seeks to leverage China’s absence

  At global summits, Biden seeks to leverage China's absence: EDINBURGH, Scotland — As Leader Joe Biden appeared a pair of global summits in Europe in the last few days, he required to power the nonappearance of one giant — China — to reassert U.S. leadership on the global stage. At this week's U.N. weather summit in Scotland, as with the G-20 in Italy little days earlier, Biden made an...

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