Saturday, Jun 19, 2021
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The Daily Climate Show: Millions of homes at risk around the world
Sky, 10 Jun 2021
Sky News' Anna Jones examines how millions of homes around the world could be lost to climate change.
Landowners in England will be offered grants to grow sustainable native forests on their land, and keep them in perpetuity as a carbon sink.
The UK's first fully electric coach, and why halogen bulb sales will be banned throughout the UK.
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Irán elige nuevo presidente
AP, 19 Jun 2021
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Google adtech business to face formal EU probe: sources
Reuters, 19 Jun 2021
Alphabet unit Google could face its biggest regulatory threat, with EU antitrust regulators set to open a formal investigation into its lucrative digital advertising business be...
Gulf Coast prepares for possible tropical storm as West swelters
CBS, 19 Jun 2021
As the western United States endures a record-breaking heatwave, the Southeast is under a tropical storm warning Friday.
CNN host Don Lemon blasted for calling out 'privilege' of critical race theory critics
FOX, 19 Jun 2021
The 'Outnumbered' panel reacts after CNN host Don Lemon told
Thousands rally for Armenia opposition ahead of snap polls
AFP, 19 Jun 2021
At least 20,000 supporters of Armenia opposition candidate Robert Kocharyan pack a central square in the capital Yerevan, ahead of snap parliamentary polls this weekend.
Indian police summon Twitter chief over viral video
DW, 19 Jun 2021
A long-running dispute between the Indian government and Twitter escalated on Thursday, when police in northern Uttar Pradesh state summoned Twitter India's chief for questioning.
Louisiana Declares State Of Emergency, 20 Million On Flash Flood Watch
NBC, 19 Jun 2021
Louisiana has declared a state of emergency as a tropical storm is set to cause heavy rain and massive flooding in the state and up to the Alabama-Florida border.
Can a new president make a difference in Iran? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 19 Jun 2021
Iranians have voted in an election to decide the fate of four candidates competing to succeed President Hassan Rouhani.
Canada to receive 18M+ doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine by end of July | FULL
CA, 19 Jun 2021
Canada is set to receive over 68 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine by the end of July, thanks to an increased shipment of Moderna supply.
Twin describes saving her sister during crocodile attack
BBC, 18 Jun 2021
The sister of a British woman who was attacked by a crocodile in a Mexican lagoon earlier this month has spoken to the BBC about their ordeal.
HK pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily increases production after police raid
FRANCE24, 18 Jun 2021
#HongKong pro-democracy #tabloid #AppleDaily increased its Friday press run after 500 #police officers #raided its newsroom the previous day and seized reporting materials as pa...
BREAKING: PM reacts to by-election defeat: 'It was a disappointing result'
Sky, 18 Jun 2021
Boris Johnson has given his response after the Conservatives suffered a humiliating by-election defeat to the Liberal Democrats in Chesham and Amersham.
Boris Johnson rejects 'bizarre' claim he is neglecting southern voters in wake of by-election defeat
Telegraph, 18 Jun 2021
Boris Johnson has rejected the "bizarre" suggesting that he is neglecting southern voters, following the Conservatives' historic defeat in Chesham and Amersham overnight.
Morning Stock Movers: United, Delta, U.S. Steel, Nvidia
Bloomberg, 18 Jun 2021
Jun.18 -- Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick runs down the biggest moving stocks in today's pre-market trading.
Why brutal protests have been sweeping across Colombia
Guardian, 18 Jun 2021
From the Amazon to the Caribbean coast, Colombia has been swept by several weeks of protests which has seen dozens die as demonstrators have faced sometimes deadly retaliation f...
The British govt has legalized rape, murder & torture by undercover police, Richard Medhurst for RT
RT, 18 Jun 2021
In the last six months, people across Britain have protested in opposition to a proposed bill which restricts their very right to protest.
At least 11 people killed, 25 missing after heavy rains during monsoon season in Nepal
SCMP, 18 Jun 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Flash floods wreaked havoc in Nepal’s Sindhupalchowk district on June 16, 2021, as heavy monsoon ...
China launches new remote-sensing satellite group
CGTN, 18 Jun 2021
For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2021-06-18/China-launches-new-remote-sensing-satellite-group-11cev2PPenu/index.html A Long March-2C carrier rocket blasts off from the Xicha...
Hidden Heroes: Strength in the Gobi Desert
CD, 18 Jun 2021
Qi Hongyan has lived in the Gobi #desert for 15 years. After
Nevada bets on cash prizes to boost vaccinations
AP, 19 Jun 2021
A new kind of jackpot is coming to Nevada, the governor said Thursday, but only for state residents who have gotten at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.