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About 17 hours ago

School bus drivers stage noisy protest in Los Angeles

School bus drivers led a noisy protest caravan through downtown Los Angeles on Thursday to demand government and state funding to help reopen schools safely amid the coronavirus pandemic. The drivers, from the Los Angeles Unified Schools District (LAUSD), which is the nation's second-largest, were joined by other vehicles as they circled City Hall and honked their horns. Earlier this month, the Los Angeles teachers union and local education officials agreed on ...
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About 19 hours ago

Press TV The Lite Bulletin

The oldest captive alligator is now in his 80s. A Mexican zoo is celebrating the birth of two adorable African elephants, which marks another success in a breeding program for threatened species. A trial motorcyclist has turned a technology museum in Germany into a course to show off his extraordinary skills. German couple has dedicated to hearing-impaired and mute people in China by training them to become qualified bakers. ...
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About 1 day ago

Turkey says to continue northern Iraq operation

Rahshan Saglam Press TV, Istanbul Turkey says it will press ahead with its cross-border operation in northern Iraq if Baghdad continue to overlook Kurdish militants in the region. Turkey says it will continue its operations in northern Iraq urging Iraqi authorities to cooperate with Ankara in fight against anti-Ankara militants. Turkey regularly attack Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants, both in its mainly Kurdish southeast and in northern Iraq, where the group is ...
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About 1 day ago

Russia rejects vax claims

Amina Taylor Press TV, London Russia is blasting claims its production of the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine is risking the lives of patients. Moscow dismissed the claims as 'groundless’ concerns that are unmerited and motivated by commercial and scientific competition. It could be the silver bullet the world has been waiting on. An effective vaccine to slow down or even eliminate the effects of the dreaded Coronavirus. But in a global pharmaceutical ...
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About 1 day ago

Lebanon parliament extends state of emergency

Rana Aladdin Press TV, Beirut Lebanese lawmakers have extended for another month the state of emergency in Beirut, which was put into effect following last Tuesday’s blast in the capital. Lebanon’s Parliament convened for its first session following the Beirut Port explosion to approve the extension of the state of emergency in the city. Following the blast on August 4 that left Beirut a disaster zone, Cabinet declared a two-week state of ...
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About 1 day ago

Israeli regime reduces Gaza’s fishing limit

Ashraf Shannon Press TV, Gaza The Israeli regime has decided to decrease the fishing limit off the coast of Gaza to eight nautical miles for what it calls launching of incendiary balloons from the blockaded enclave. This is while Gazan fishermen need a fishing area of at least 20 nautical miles to make a decent living. Palestinian fishermen come under Israeli attacks on almost a daily basis and those who get close ...
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About 1 day ago

Afghans rush to visit the country’s first national park

Amin Alemi Press TV, Bamyan This is Kabul, Bamyan highway, and we are on our way to Bamyan Province. The strategic Shibar pass connects Parwan to Bamyan. The first thing to do after arriving in Bamyan is to go some 75 kilometers northwest to a unique natural park and a top tourist destination called Band-e-Amir. Band-e-Amir is Afghanistan’s first national park and it hosts thousands of visitors from across Afghanistan each year. ...
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About 1 day ago

Israel demolishes Palestinian structures in occupied territories

Mona Kandil Press TV, Ramallah Almost every day, Palestinians’ homes and structures are being destroyed by the Israeli authorities under unjustified pretexts. In east Jerusalem al-Quds, nine homes were destroyed in the last twenty four hours, either directly by the Israeli authorities or self-demolished by their owners to avoid hefty fines, following the issuance of demolition orders for lack of Israeli-issued building permits. In the occupied West Bank that is supposed ...
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About 1 day ago

UN school in Gaza damaged in Israeli strike over fire balloons

Israel says it will stop shipments of fuel into Gaza in response to Palestinians in the enclave launching incendiary balloons that have torched tracts of farmland on the Israeli frontier. Overnight, Israeli warplanes and tanks struck what the military said were Hamas facilities, calling it a response to the balloons. Israel had earlier shut down Gaza's main commercial crossing and reduced the area where it permits Palestinians to fish. In Gaza City, ...
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