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KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) — Leaders of Commonwealth nations are meeting in Rwanda Friday in a summit that promises to tackle climate change, tropical diseases and other challenges deepened by the COVID-19 pandemic. The summit for Commonwealth heads of state ...
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Flags of the Commonwealth member states hoisted in Kigali. Leaders from around the world will meet to make bold commitments towards ending malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases on June 23. Photo: Craish Bahizi. Twitter; Facebook; Email; Whatsapp ...
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Commonwealth leaders meet in Kigali on Friday to discuss cooperation on topics from trade to health to climate, against a backdrop of criticism of the host Rwanda's human rights record and of a British policy to deport asylum seekers there.
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GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters marched in the southern German town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen on Sunday, near where leaders of the Group of Seven countries are meeting, demanding action on climate change.
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Rights groups on Friday urged leaders attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) this month to pressure Rwanda to release dissidents and improve its “bad” record on freedom of expression. The East African country, ruled by President ...
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The newly-expanded Commonwealth made broad commitments on Saturday night to address climate change and boost trade, concluding a summit aimed at shoring up the relevance of a group that evolved from the British empire.
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24 civil society organisations express grave concerns about the human rights situation in Rwanda as it prepares to host the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in June 2022. The silence of the Commonwealth on Rwanda's human rights records ...
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LONDON — Britain has been warned that Taiwan is an “inseparable part of China” after holding one-to-one talks on trade with a top Taiwanese trade official. Taiwan's chief trade negotiator met his British counterparts in mid-June to talk about bilateral ...
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Passengers at Sea-Tac Airport on Sunday reported some travel-related headaches but delays were fewer than a few months ago at Alaska Airlines.
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LondoN: British prime minister Boris Johnson (pic) and chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak have penned a joint article to outline what they are calling “the single biggest tax cut in a decade” in a show of unity on Britain's cost-of-living crisis.
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If you're planning to visit a Home Depot store on the 4th of July, we have found out its working hours for you as it will remain open.
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Unknown Dutchman had the temerity to smack a 214kph ace past the world No 1 to tie the match, giving the Serb a fright before his strong finish.
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LONDON: Euro zone bond yields tumbled on Friday as traders shrugged off a record inflation reading and instead stormed into government debt on renewed fears of a recession. The moves lower accelerated in the afternoon session after US Treasury yields ...
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LONDON : Novak Djokovic said the start times for the evening sessions at the All England Club were effectively turning Wimbledon into an indoor tournament for players scheduled to play late matches on the main showcourts. The reigning champion beat ...
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Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.
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The Trento provincial government said rescue operations were underway following a large "ice avalanche" involving hikers, adding that there was likely to be a "heavy toll." The avalanche took place on the Marmolada ...
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Two of the injured were taken to hospital in Belluno, another in a more serious condition was taken to Treviso and five to Trento. The total number of climbers involved is not yet known. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi expressed his "sincerest ...
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THE BRONX, N.Y. -- An Atlanta United road trip that started with the hope of taking nine points instead finished with just one, albeit a good one, thanks to a 2-2 draw at NYCFC on Sunday at Yankee Stadium. The previous two games ended with losses at ...
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