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As violence in Haiti rises, aid groups struggle to help | World news

By DÁNICA COTO and EVENS SANON, Associated Press PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – An outbreak of violence has worsened hunger and poverty in Haiti while hampering aid organizations fighting these problems in a country whose government struggles to deliver services basic. Few aid workers are willing to speak publicly about the …

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Supreme Court rules abortion clinics can challenge Texas law

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Friday gave abortion providers a narrow legal avenue to challenge Texas’ ban on ending pregnancies after six weeks, but the fragmented ruling left the law in effect for now and has made any rapid resumption of such abortions in the state unlikely. While most …

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United States Enforces Stricter Covid Testing Rules for Travelers

Video transcription Return transcription New York City Institutes Vaccination Mandate for All Private Employers New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said a broad coronavirus vaccine mandate would go into effect for all private employers on December 27 to curb the spread of the Omicron variant. De Blasio said the …

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Falling natural gas prices a sign of hope for consumers

After hitting their highest levels since 2014 just a few months ago, natural gas prices have fallen in recent weeks, falling more than 10% on Monday alone, a development that could provide much-needed relief to many. Americans preparing for high home heating. bills this winter. The latest drop came after …

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Report Ranks Illinois in Bottom Half of States for Personal and Economic Freedom | Granite City News

A new report ranks Illinois 37th in the country in terms of personal and economic freedoms. The CATO Institute’s “Freedom in the 50 States” report ranks the level of state freedom by comparing individual freedoms, tax policies and regulatory policies. Illinois ranked 37th on this year’s list, up seven spots …

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The government is limited to fighting inflation

BY MELISHA YAFOI The high cost of living in Papua New Guinea will not be avoided, as there is little the government can do to prevent it, according to Peter Burnie, PwC tax partner. Mr Burnie was answering the questions in this document about tax changes and this can influence …

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UK government has warned more than 250 unaccompanied migrant children in hotels

A children’s charity has issued a warning to the UK government about the “incredible risk” facing unaccompanied migrant children staying in hotels after their numbers tripled in just two months. Around 250 young people are said to be housed in four temporary accommodation sites on England’s south coast, more than …

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Government Imposes New Restrictions To Fight Omicron As First Cases Are Discovered In UK | Coronavirus

Boris Johnson has expressed his “absolute confidence” that people will enjoy a better Christmas this year than last year, despite the reimposition of a series of restrictions – including compulsory masks – to combat the new highly transmissible Omicron variant of Covid-19. The Prime Minister tried to allay fears over …

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SNP deputy leader at rally cry for indy movement at party conference

“WE will not allow Scotland’s future to be limited” by Unionist parties, Keith Brown told the SNP conference today. The Scottish Government Party kicks off its 87th annual conference this weekend, with decisions again made online due to Covid conditions. In recent days, The National has revealed how the program …

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Americans need help moving to the next phase

You may have already understood it: the pandemic will not have a quiet end. The coronavirus will not raise a white flag. There will be no peace treaty, no parade, no CDC announcement that the United States is done worrying about COVID. You will not get a fence. The signs …

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