Macron pension reform: France enters second day of strike

Macron pension reform: France enters second day of strike

A strike over planned pension reforms that paralysed France on Thursday has entered its second day. Several unions, including rail and metro workers, voted to extend the strike action, meaning another day of major disruptions to key services. It comes...
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Indian doctors remove giant 7.4kg kidney from man

Indian doctors remove giant 7.4kg kidney from man

Organ nearly 45cm-long was cut from 56-year-old suffering from autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease. Indian surgeons have cut a kidney weighing the same as a bowling ball out of a man with a life-threatening genetic condition, a surgeon has said....
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White supremacist manifesto at Syracuse University ignites some tension after recent racist incidents

White supremacist manifesto at Syracuse University ignites some tension after recent racist incidents

An investigation is under way after US officials received reports a “white supremacist manifesto” was sent to students at Syracuse University. The school said it has added security as the reports are investigated. “People need to understand t...
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Plague in China was confirmed as 2 cases of highly-infectious disease treated in Beijing

Plague in China was confirmed as 2 cases of highly-infectious disease treated in Beijing

Two people in Beijing have been diagnosed with the pneumonic plague, a rare instance of the highly-contagious disease that is fatal if left untreated. The two individuals were being treated Tuesday at a hospital in China’s capital city, which is...
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“We are at war”: Chile’s Pinera extends state of emergency as violence continue

“We are at war”: Chile’s Pinera extends state of emergency as violence continue

The clashes between protesters and almost 9.500 police and military officers have come to using tear gas and water cannons. Five people have already been killed when rioters burn a garment factory in Santiago suburb as police detain 1.462 demonstrators....
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Arch Bridge Collapses In Taiwan Bay, Sending Divers To Search For Victims

A towering arch bridge over a bay in eastern Taiwan collapsed Tuesday, sending an oil tanker truck falling onto boats in the water below. An air force helicopter, fishing vessels and more than 60 military personnel, including divers were searching...
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Donald Trump blames California laws and tolerance for street sleeping and homeless crisis

Donald Trump blames California laws and tolerance for street sleeping and homeless crisis

Taking direct aim at California, a new report from President Donald Trump’s administration says homelessness could be dramatically lowered by reducing the restrictions on housing construction and being less tolerant of people sleeping on the streets. The...
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