Friday, Sep 24, 2021
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Proposed Hungary LGBTQ+ legislation could see people abandon the country
Sky, 25 Jul 2021
A pride march becomes a demonstration against new laws that could censor gay culture in Hungary.
Thousands of people at the annual pride march in Budapest are also protesting against a controversial law banning depictions of gay lifestyles and transgender issues in schools.
The legislation proposed by Hungary's Prime Minister Victor Orban has put him at odds with EU leaders, who have accused him of discrimination.
Sky's Europe correspondent reports.
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Indian medics scale rockslides to vaccinate villages
Reuters, 24 Sep 2021
Health workers in India’s Himachal Pradesh overcome the challenge
"Not going to stop": Haitian migrants in Colombia determined to reach US
AFP, 24 Sep 2021
Haitian migrants on the Colombia-Panama border speak of their determination to reach the United States.
Mexico Supreme Court Decriminalizes Abortion
NBC, 24 Sep 2021
Mexico is the second-most Catholic country in the world and the Supreme Court there has decriminalized abortion.
We have a fundamental duty to protect our border: Pompeo
FOX, 24 Sep 2021
Former secretary of state blasts the Biden admin over their handling
The AP Interview: Hungary defends LGBT law
AP, 24 Sep 2021
Hungary’s right-wing government is attracting conservative thinkers from the United States who admire its approaches to migration, LGBT issues and national sovereignty.
COVID-19: US FDA, CDC support Pfizer-BioNTech boosters for people high-risk or aged 65+
CA, 24 Sep 2021
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and an advisory panel for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have largely approved the use of a third dose of the Pfizer-...
WATCH LIVE: 2021 United Nations General Assembly - Day 3
PBS, 24 Sep 2021
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CDC panel recommends Pfizer booster for older Americans and people at high-risk of disease
CBS, 24 Sep 2021
A CDC panel has voted in favor of coronavirus booster shots for people aged 65 and older and those at high risk for severe COVID-19.
Japanese artist turns trash into treasures #shorts
SCMP, 24 Sep 2021
Japanese artist Monami Ohno creates detailed sculptures of fighter jets and anime robots out of little more than cardboard boxes and glue.
China Tells Evergrande to Avoid Bond Default
Bloomberg, 24 Sep 2021
Sep.23 -- Regulators told embattled developer China Evergrande
Jockey Ray Dawson on how drink nearly ruined his life
ITV, 24 Sep 2021
Jockey Ray Dawson talks to ITV News Anglia about his alcohol addiction and how he's now turned his life around.
UK petrol stations close due to lorry driver shortages night
BBC, 24 Sep 2021
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The Death Cleaner: Cleaning Up After Death Is His Business | Op-Docs
NYT, 24 Sep 2021
Death is Donovan Tavera’s business. For nearly 20 years, Tavera has been a forensic cleaner in Mexico City, providing families of the deceased with the solace of a clean home.
What impact does the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan have on the newly formed Taliban regime?
DW, 24 Sep 2021
The World Health Organisation has called on international donors to resume funding of Afghanistan's healthcare program, amid fears of a humanitarian crisis.
Sabina Nessa: 38-year-old man arrested in connection with her murder
Sky, 24 Sep 2021
A 38-year-old man was arrested in connection to the murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa.
The roots of QAnon run deeper than you think
CNN, 24 Sep 2021
The roots of QAnon run deeper than you think, tapping into centuries-old conspiracy theories with echoes of anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic bigotry.
Namibian lawmakers debate German genocide deal I Eye on Africa - France 24 English • FRANCE 24
FRANCE24, 24 Sep 2021
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UN General Assembly gathers for third day of high-level 76th session: afternoon
RT, 24 Sep 2021
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Ryder Cup 2021: Europe team players talk ahead of match
Telegraph, 24 Sep 2021
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🇩🇪 German election: Who can replace Angela Merkel? | The Stream
Al Jazeera, 24 Sep 2021
Germans go to the polls next week in what many are calling the most consequential election in almost two decades.